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* further information about vacuum tubes can be found [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vacuum_tube here]
 
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Note: The symbol labeled gas rectifier (upper-right) is actually the symbol for a voltage regulator tube.
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

Latest revision as of 16:52, 5 June 2015

related Wiki pages: Electronic Theory

Vacuum tube schematics

Some vacuum tube (valve) schematics:

Vk4yeh valves.jpg

  • further information about vacuum tubes can be found here

Note: The symbol labeled gas rectifier (upper-right) is actually the symbol for a voltage regulator tube.

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Radio apparatus
Apparatus Keys - Morse * Kits * Radio/PC Interfaces * Receivers and transceivers * Software Defined Radio (SDR) * Vintage Radio
Manufacturers Alinco * Elecraft * Flex Radio Systems * MFJ * Icom * Kenwood * RF-Space * Ten Tec * Yaesu
Transceivers Alinco DX-70TH * Elecraft K1 * Elecraft K2 * Hendricks QRP Kits * Icom * Kenwood * Yaesu
Projects Build a simple 160 metre receiver * Powering a hand held transceiver from an AC power supply
See also Antennas