Skip to main content

Posts

Pixie CW Transmitter Receiver

Pixie is a very tiny CW transmitter cum recover for 7 MHz, which has a power output in milliwatts, it is a long-range amateur transmitter then could be build for any specific ham radio band, but the kit we have recommended works on 40mt band. The CW transmitters are operated by amateur radio enthusiasts from around the world. It is generally used for two-way communications in cw mode. Pixie has been a very popular design and has been used by many ham radio operators. It has been used in many countries around the world due to its simple and tiny design that has only a handfull of components. The kit is easy to build and there is more then enough information available on Pixie on many websites. The Pixie is so small that it can fit in your shirts pocket.  It can also  be used for outdoor activities using batteries. The Pixie CW transmitter kit can be purchased from Banggood. We leave you with a link o purchase the Pixie CW transmitter jit from Bangood. https://www.banggood.in/custlink/Km

How To Set Up An Antenna For Ham Radio

How To Set Up Ham Radio Antenna  This article will help you to understand the basics of antenna and how to place linear amplifier with swr meter and antenna. The first thing you need to do is to find a good location for your antenna. You should make sure that it is not too close or too far from the transmitter. The best location for an antenna is in the middle of a clear area, away from any obstructions like trees, buildings, or hills. The next step is to measure the SWR (standing wave ratio) of your antenna. This can be done by using a SWR meter which can be purchased at any electronics store or online. You should place the SWR meter on one side of your antenna and then move it around until you find the point where there is no signal coming through on the The antenna is the most important part of a radio system. It is the device that converts the electromagnetic waves into electric signals. The antenna should be placed in a location where it can receive and transmit signals without an

The First Ham Radio Operator

Would you like to know, was the first Radio Amateur ? Well let me tell you .  The first radio amateur radio operator was a man named Reginald Fessenden. He was born in 1866 and died in 1932. He was an inventor and engineer who is best known for his work with the development of the first practical radio transmitter. Reginald Fessenden was an electrician, chemist, and employee of Thomas Edison. Fessenden's work with the development of the first practical radio transmitter led to him being called "the father of modern wireless." — The first radio amateur radio operator was a man named Reginald Fessenden. He was born in 1866 and died in 1932. He was an inventor and engineer who is best known for his work with the development of the first practical radio transmitter. Fessenden's work with the development of the first practical radio transmitter led to him being called "the father of radio." Kindly like and subscribe to our You Tube Channel for more such informati

Ham Radio Modes

The most common mode is voice communication, which is done by using a microphone and speaker to transmit and receive sound waves. Other modes include Morse code, which transmits messages in the form of short pulses of light; radioteletype (RTTY), which transmits messages in the form of long pulses of light; and various digital modes that transmit data over a radio wave.

Easy Bitx Kit

                    NEW VERSION OF BITX KIT AVAILABLE After a break of few years we are back with our new Easy Bitx Kits. The Easy Bitx Kit is an updated version of our earlier kit the Bitx3b Bitx3c.  The Easy Bitx kit is a mono band kit which can be build for 20mt band, 40mt band, or 80mt band.  SSB  The power output is  3watts on 20mt and 5 watts on 40mt using a 12V power supply. The details of Easy Bitx are give on our websites as below. https://amateurradiokits.in https://easybitx.amateurradiokits.in/ The Easy Bitx Kit will be available from our website in the month of May 2020 once the lock down is lifted in India We leave you with some pictures of Easy Bitx                                EASY BITX SSB TCVR Exciter Board Easy Bitx 20mt Front Face plate Easy Bitx                                                             Inside View Easy Bitx                                                                        

New Arrival Bitx Case 40mt SMD

There is a new arrival for the Bitx 40mt SMD case in two models and in three very attractive colors. Black Blue Maroon These are very compact and medium sized case made of Aluminium material, being light weight and elegant to box your Bitx 40 or any other home brew transciever's These enclosures are available from our website https://amateurradiokits.in                                                         PICTURES OF THE CASE   Marron Case With XLL Mic Connector                                                       Blue Case with Mic XLR Connector Blue Case with Mic XLR Connecto r  Maroon Case with Boefing CB Mic  Blue Case with Boefing CB Mic                                                       MORE PICTURES OF THE CASE  All these enclosures are available with complete accessories and without accessories too. Our Store  :   AmateurRadioKits.In

Universal Case Blue Fitting Accessories

Here are some pictures which are being published so that our customers who have purchase the Universal Case for fitting their Bitx 40 smd could follow the same process as we have not provided any building manual for the case. So here is the lovely Blue case which has two stereo socket  connectors to be used as Mic/PTT or headphones in any configuration as desired as there are many ways of using the Mic And PTT pins, the way you like.  Like you could use one socket for PTT And Mic since it is a stereo socket and use other one for a headphone, so both purpose can be met, If you plan to use a baofeng mic then the only problem is that the baofeng mic has two pins, the smaller pin may not fit in the stereo socket as the size will be large for it, on the other hand the big pin will fit okay, so you would need to find a smaller socket, which i could not outsource. The 10K Linear Potentiometers  for Mic Gain And Audio Gain have to be mounted as in the picture, remember you need to enla