2 Feb 2012

More on the German "Chirpy"

Today I got this email from Martin about his build of Chirpy:
Hi Roger,
Somehow the text of my email got lost when I send it from my phone. I like your blog very much, especially your homebrew projects. Yesterday I took the time to get the chirpy from the breadboard into a nic enclosure. I have plenty of this tins since my xyl likes to eat some paste that comes in them. My rebuild of chirpy puts out 210 mW and has a lot of chirp. Perhaps we can have a chirpy qso when the band is open.
Thank you very much for the design and your nice blog.
73 de Martin, DL8MAR

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