Build a nine-band shortwave receiver

Williams, Lyle Russell
March 1994
Popular Electronics;Mar94, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p33
Details the construction of a nine-band shortwave receiver. Template for the printed-circuit layout; Power supply; Parts list for the world-band regenerative radio; Favorable characteristics of regenerative radios; Frequency limits of the international band.


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