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NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2002 15:10:23 -0600
From: "Arthur Jernberg"
Subject: Re: morse code transmitter help
Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2002 16:10:27 -0500
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Pick a copy of an ARRL Handbook. I'm sure that is a basic CW and Modulated
type transmitter circuits included with circuit description. Also some very
basic AM reciever circuits.
"Reagan Thomas" wrote in message
> David Jones wrote:
> > I'm looking for a simple, very short distance morse code schematic.
> > preferably one where the transmitter and reciever are totally seperate,
> > can understand how it works but either will do.
> > thanks
> > dave
> The simplest is a spark-gap transmitter, though probably not what you
> were looking for.
> http://www.qsl.net/g4rfr/marconi.htm for an example.
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