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Hello all. My name is Darron my novice ticket was issued 1967. If we had a qso in December of 2005 its a good bet i was on my little one tube crystal controlled 6L6 transmitter that was shown in the 1955 ARRL book called "How to Become a Radio Amateur". This little transmitter was called a "Sucker Stick Transmitter," because the plate and antenna coils were wound basket weave style on penny sucker sticks. It only puts out 8 watts. My receiver is a 30 year old Ten Tec century 21. If I talked with you using this rig a qsl letter and picture of the little rig was sent to you confirming our contact.

Thanks 73 Darron. Fists # 9441 cc 1357 NANFA # 3 SKCC # 206 T

Please check out my web page WA5TCZ.com

Darron Sanchez with his Air Champ 200 Clone
Here is the Air Champ 200 Clone that I built in 2013.
Please see the article published in Electric Radio Magazine
for full details about the Journey of and building the clone.
 

Air Champ 200 Clone Radio
Inside details of the Air Champ Radio.This is a replica.
A present given to me by my parents when I was 11 years old
- this was built from scratch using 1950 period parts.


This is a picture of the entire Kit that I built - including the Box Cabinet,
the Battery Replaement Eliminator, the Pictorial Diagram,
and the Instruction booklet.

   

Oak Hill Research 100 A 20 Meter Radio for QRPp
Built in 2014

Oak Hill Research 100 A 20 Meter Radio for QRPp
Inside Detail Look
 
 

This is my Rock Mite Collection.
80m, 40m, 30m, 20m
These are all QRPP radios

This is the Venerable "Sucker Stick Transmitter"
and Power Supply.
Built in December 2005
 
 



Outside view of the "Tinker Box MKIII"
used in WWII to contact agents in the field.


This is the inside of the "Tinker Box MKIII"
80 and 40 meter transmitter.

   

 

All of the "Bread Board Radios" below were built by Wes Chatellier W5DPM
a longtime firend and Ham Radio Operator from Baton Rouge, LA

Wes is now a Silent Key.

 

"Sucker Stick Transmitter"

6L6 Push Pull Transmitter
   

NX-245 Tube Transmitter

2E26 Transmitter
 
 

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