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This is my first homebrewed Transceiver. A Rockmite kit from Dave Benson, K1SWL. It does a great job with only 500 mW and it's always big fun watching other people when I open my candy box. It's working on 40m only on one frequency.  After a few qso's I decided to built a device for the 20m-band too.


The next one is a kit by DK1HE. It's called MA12 and makes 5 W output and you can tune the whole CW-section on the 40m band. The case is still missing, but it works very well.


I am sure, that there will follow some more kits.

Using homebrewed devices is the real thing in amateur radio!

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