QRP Transceiver Homebrew Ham Radio Russian




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lcfgroup: yay for qrp :D

n4ktz: if you ever want to sell this let me know. 73's Steven K4ATZ

Electronoob: yay for qrp :D

Mykola40: All the parts for this HAM radio were stolen from a soviet military factories. The designer of this radio could be shot. :)))

Костя Молчанов: Супер, молодец чел!

Ano Pau: @lcfgroup The Arctic is very much in the focus of current Russian politics. They have cities, for heaven's sakes, in the polar regions, which are home, hold on to your hat, worldwide movie festivals! Look up Hanty-Mansiisk, which is a modern city in the middle of nowhere sitting on top of a mammoth oilfield and a natural gas bubble like none other. Free municipal transport and other perks. I own some property in Russia :)

poisanjp: この無線機を市販して欲しいと思いました。

Ano Pau: I'm reading a book in Russian, by a Navy officer. the hidden harbour, a secret Russian submarine hideaway on Yamal Peninsula, the Russians and Germans fighting in the Arrctic, sub fleets pitched against each other. Soviets had radio outposts along the Northern Sea Route. Amazing firsthand experience

Ano Pau: *Call u. Fushin youtube's limit on characters

poisanjp: hi im a JH4MGA.

Michael Parker: Very nice rig. A keeper for sure.

maciej wrotek: the frequency display is beautiful...

lcfgroup: Hi Thank you - this is interesting - your friend must have made that ski trip as well. when I was a lot younger I would have been interested in doing something like that but now I sure don't like the cold weather. I remember listening on 20 meters years ago to some conversations from the N Pole coordinating and airplane pick up at the NP of explorers. It was a real thriller to hear - don't know the date but just maybe is was your radio and the group of Ski folks - Dave KK4WW @ N4USA 73

BreakChannel23: Agree 100%. Thank you.

lcfgroup: I am recovering from my fall from roof in June 2012 - I broke my leg, wrist and cracked pelvis. Good thing and blessing - I did not do more damage and have got back to functioning in all regards. Still have some healing but will not do anymore roof work. My wife and I just returned from Ireland and had a grand time. Posted several video's from trip. Dave KK4WW

lcfgroup: Hi Michael - Yes this is great radio and example of how hard some of the Soviet hams worked to make a good rig. I have had it for at leaset 22 years now so guess I will keep it. My wife is correct at my age I need to start getting rid of some of these items. Dave KK4WW Computer Collector/Historian.

Ano Pau: Dave (may I call that? I'm Zen :) If you do finally plan a trip to the Ukraine (which means borderland, Outlands in Ancient Russian) make sure you go to Crimea. Thousands, literally thousands of nations and tribes once passed therere and fought for every inch of Crimean soil. The majority of scholars view Krym and neighbouring areas as the heimland (homeland) of Indo-Europeans — and yes, Cymmerians too. Conan the Cymmerian, yo :))) Krym is great.

Ano Pau: @lcfgroup Not that I know of. My first language is Afrikaans, Russian was used in my family when I was a kid. This makes English my third 'native' tongue :) My mother was Russian and father, an Afrikaner colonial officer in the British army during WW II. He served with the Brits as leut on Lend Lease accting and that is how they met.

poisanjp: tnks a comment. its a fb rig!! i hoop a QSO on the aer! im using a IC-706&DP-ant.

lcfgroup: Hi - Thank you for the nice comment- I agree and the whole unit is a great construction and design job. Much more than I could ever do. I am very glad to have this unit. 73 Dave KK4WW

Ano Pau: @lcfgroup Dad once sailed the NCR to Murmansk. That, and my interest in WW 2, make for my interest in the subj

Mykola40: :) Be careful from now on, Dave. Let the luck falls on you. But do not allow yourself to dump from the height. :)) With best regards, Nick from Kiev

lcfgroup: Hi great to have such a rig used in Artic exp. Do you have any info about the expedition? It would be interesting to know about it. Dave KK4WW

John Ratko: Exotic.

Precious Grey: @lcfgroup A very happy New Year 2 u, dear friend! Will "talky" as soon as I can. Like what's that ###ing extra thingie here 4 and why it dunna work when I juss thro it out :) hee. May it be a good year 4 us. Like the ancients said, dum spiro, spero. But I think, it's the other way around. Dum spiro, spero.

lcfgroup: Hi Nick - My wife and I have visited Ukraine many times starting in 1990 . We were in Kiev several times as well. We have operated ham radio everytime and have local license in Liviv. Do you know our friends in Liviv - Victor Goncharsky UR5WE, Helen Goncharsky UR5WA & Vlad Goncharsky (SK) U5WF ?

lcfgroup: Started with crystal radio at 9 yrs old ham radio at 15 yrs old - Navy electronic tech - grad basically as electrical engineer - faculty member for 31 years at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg Va teaching electronics and instrumentation, I guess I must like it. You cad see my profile on LinkedIn and some on my Facebook page. You may want to join me on Facebook I have several pages their - one is Bugbook Microcomputer museum - look at links on channel page youtube LCF group Dave KK4WW

Ano Pau: I need to apologise here for my overly enthusiastic view of Russia and the Russians. I do find them profound, sophisticated and highly cultured. Save for one thing. I am gay. This does not fit in in their universe. Neither does it it yours, I gather, as you Yanks say --...--

Precious Grey: *Rutgers

Mykola40: I hope you are OK now. 73 from HAMs of former USSR. :)

poisanjp: HI thes RIG is VERY DOOD! Ineed a thes rig! from japanan.

Mykola40: I am a "young ham", though I am 45 years old, so I do not know these people. I know R3LMZH Alexander Shatun from the Kharkov region of Ukraine. He is an excellent designer. I advise to pay attention to his TRX SW2012 MINI, which Alexander makes small batches. Price is of about $ 300, 1-30 MHz, 10 watts, SSB, CW, power sourge 10-15V, 149 Х 130 Х 50mm, weight 700 g, color TFT LCD 2,2'' , exellent RX! Very good for QRP or for HAM backpacking. Search in Google by key words "sw2012c mini ur3lmz". 73!

Precious Grey: @lcfgroup It'not like I knew that much :) He was on the mainland support crew for the Shparo ski trek to the NP. Quote from Wiki: First people to ski from the continent to the North Pole: Expedition of Dmitry Shparo , Jury Khmelevsky, Vladimir Ledenev, Anatoly Melnikov, Vladimir Rakmanov, Vasily Shishkarev and Vadim Davydov (Soviet Union). March 16- May 31, 1979

GalaticTG: are those nixie tubes or 7-segment display.

lcfgroup: Wow I can speak a little Russian but can't read any. The book sounds fascinating. KK4WW

Ano Pau: I'm reading a book in Russian, by a Navy officer. the hidden harbour, a secret Russian submarine hideaway on Yamal Peninsula, the Russians and Germans fighting in the Arrctic, sub fleets pitched against each other. Soviets had radio outposts along the Northern Sea Route. Amazing firsthand experience

lcfgroup: Hi Jay - It took about one year to design and build the transceiver. I recall I paid about $300 USD and that was a lot in 1992 it was not much considering all the work to build it. I am really glad to have it as it is great reminder of our visist to Ulyanovsk Russia. To see more about these visits look at my video 'fairs in the former Soviet Union' on my LCF Group channel. Dave KK4WW Computer Collector Historian

lcfgroup: Great Thanks

Precious Grey: @lcfgroup Friend's name is Oleg, he was not one of those who skied to the Pole but he worked for about 30 years in Russia's Far North. Currently he's sat comms engineer with Panorama HD, Russian company to broadcast the 2014 Winter Olympic Games. The Russians have a long break for the Xmas through Old Style New Year (Jan 13) and he's inaccessable until then. He might fill in on his stint in the Arctic.

RIDDICKorigional: very nice radio!!

Keith Wucherer: Would be nice if i were able or allowed to operate while inside my sandbox but i didn't want to interfere or disrespect those who provide security for us contractors. I did with plenty of time on my hands during my downtime built some ramsey's kits including the separate transmitter and reciver 40 meter qrp kit with some few minor corrections needed to be done before attempting transmission, i have to also cut me a 40 meter wire to receive but its a nicely detailed schematic. 73 de N2OBS.

Precious Grey: @lcfgroup Jelly like hell (guess that's the 'in' slang over there in your neck of the woods :-D ) I'm MA in Linguistics from Rand Afrikaans. I taught at Rudgers 25 years back. Not really tech type but I'm learning. I sure hope to link up on the air after I qualify for my licence. Zen de V. 73

Ano Pau: @lcfgroup Nope :( I think age has its limitations too. I can't go any highier than 15 wpm on receiving and two more chars on hold. Drats, I used to be a good learner

Ano Pau: Russia today is nowhere what you might have seen in the nineties, which were a disaster for them, an apocalypse come true. I was there too circa that time. Russia is a prospering nation compared to those days of national humiliation and perfidy. As of today, the Ukraine is faring far, far worse. Incomparably worse, I should say Good luck to you though.

jim walker: what a great rig everything in the rf seems to be single bipoler transistors and fets which would make repairs easy so many modern commercial rigs are almost impossible to repair by the home brewer I bet that little rig will still be around in another 25 years time good dx on it and best 72/73s gowmj

lcfgroup: Great-Here is wishing you and us the best year ever 2013 - Dave KK4WW

wd23st: Nice homebrew radio

Precious Grey: @lcfgroup By the way, are you into electronics? Probly u r :))) 'Cause I'm a bit shaky on those things. I can solder and I can work up a decent schematic but so far it's more theory than practce. I myself have a Polar explorer on my maternal side (RU) Mikhail Lazarev (q.v.) = 73 K

lcfgroup: Hi I appreciate your comments. Gaynell and I have been to Russia about 10 time or so in 90's and do not intend any more trips their but may do one more to Ukraine next year. Dave KK4WW

lcfgroup: Yes I am doing exceptional well . It was a blessing I did not break anything that would not heal. The folks are amazed at how fast I did get back. I was allowed to drive and put full weight on the leg at 8 weeks. I enjoyed my visits to former USSR - see my video (Fairs in former soviet union) I think you will like it. 73 Spacba Dave KK4WW
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