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Thanks for reading and hope that we just had a QSO. First licensed in 1974 as WN6LXA, then upgraded to WB6LXA in 1975. First station was home brew and Military surplus gear. Now days I run strictly CW and am very interested in building and operating QRP gear. I have been spending the last 4 years building many different styles of direct conversion receivers and VFO controlled QRP transceivers. In 2008 I have made a goal to build at least two Superhet CW receivers with narrow bandwidth xtal filters. This includes learning the proper procedures and building the needed test gear for adjusting and testing crystal filters such as test sets and sweep equipment. Have been having a blast building gear in tandom with several other hams including VE1DY, K6PJV and others. To all out there; keep on pounding brass and building gear! 73's, Doug, KM6OR.

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