is a compilation of links that describes radios built by amateur radio
enthusiasts. The rights
belongs to their respectives authors.
I am sure that there are more projects available on the net. Check
your bookmarks and send me what you have for this page.
If you have any projects that could be added on this page please inform
me so I can add it.
If you want to learn about building an amateur radio transceiver, you
can have a look at the Elmer 101 web
If you need some test equipment for testing something during the time
you build your project, have a look at my homebrew
test equipment page. I am sure you will find something that suit your
need (or at least your interest).
NOTE: You need an amateur radio licence to operate many of these
radios. Consult your local amateur radio club for the details of
what you need to do to obtain one. No it is not so difficult!
If a link is broken please tell me so.
135.7 - 137.8 kHz
30m (10 Mhz)
20m (14 Mhz)
12m (25 Mhz?)
10m (30 Mhz?)
Here is my description of multiband:
The multibands are radios that can be built or are described for more
than one band. These are one bander.
They also can be radios that are designed to be able to work on more
than one band. These are the usual multiband.
General coverage receivers
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