Ryan Flowers

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Name: Ryan Flowers
Date registered: May 11, 2015

Latest posts

  1. W7RLF talks BITX on Amateur Radio Roundtable with Tom, W5KUB and Dave KE0OG — January 3, 2018
  2. Low Budget Tools and Parts For The Budget Builder — December 14, 2017
  3. MiscDotGeek Co-Sponsoring Builders Fest 2018 — December 9, 2017
  4. The MiscDotGeek uBITX FAQ — December 5, 2017
  5. BITX40 PTT Enhancement for Digital or CW — November 30, 2017

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Nov 20

MultiBand BITX40 Conversion

MultiBand BITX40 Introduction In Several Older Posts I’ve touched on ways that you can make a multiband BITX40 radio. While those methods worked, they were experimental. The Dual BandĀ option will likely work fine, but I found it overly complicated for the purpose. In this post, I’m going to show you a way that you can …

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Nov 19

Building an RF Probe for Fun and Measurements

Who needs an RF probe? Among the many things I’ve learned about ham radio, one of them is that you need test equipment. You can do a lot with a standard Digital Volt Meter, but one thing you can’t do is look at an RF signal in an HF radio. For that, you need an …

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Oct 09

QRP Labs VFO Review [Spoiler: we love it!]

I’ve had the QRP Labs VFO for many many months now and it’s about time I got around to actually writing a review of it. When I originally purchased my BITX40, it did not come with a digital VFO. With the analog VFO, tuning was an exercise in futility. I had never owned an HF …

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Oct 01

WordCamp LAX 2017

WordCamp LAX 2017: Travel and Luggage This will be my first work partially authored at subsonic speeds at 33,000ft. I can see Lake Tahoe from here. Well, I could a minute it’s ago anyway. My employer has asked me to join them at WordCamp 2017 in Los Angeles, and so right now I’m aboard a …

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Sep 25

QRP Labs U3S WSPR Transmitter Build and Test

The QRP Labs U3S is a multi-mode transmitter kit. It outputs 200mw of power on any band you have a filter for, and is extendable to up to 6 bands that it can rotate through. It’s only $33 and is incredibly capable. Let’s check it out! I received the U3S in April 2017, but was …

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