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G0FDZ


10 GHz Cavity Wavemeter

10 GHz Detector

10 GHz Gunn Oscillator and Cross Coupler

10 GHz JVL Mixer Transverter

10 GHz Self Calibrating Wavemeter

20 dB 10 GHz Horn

20 dB 24 GHz Horn

24 GHz Cavity Wavemeter

24 GHz Self Calibrating Wavemeter

2K25 Klystron and Mount

3.4 GHz Power Amplifier

5.7 GHz JVL Transverter

Marker Generator up to 10 GHz

Plessey GDHM32 24 GHz Gunn Oscillator

Tom Hook G8DPB
 

G2DSP


G2DSP 10 GHz Wideband Tranceiver

G2DSP 24 GHz Tranceiver

G2DSP Gunn Oscillator Power Supply

KS9-20D Klystron

G3GRO


10 GHz 'Solfan' Wideband Tranceiver

GI-7B

Varian X band TWT VA6152

WJ TWT

G3LYP


10 GHz Signal Source

10 GHz WB Tranceiver

G4DDK


1296 MHz Parametric Amplifier
 

G4ETU


G4ETU 10 GHz Wideband Tranceiver
 

G4NNS


10 GHz Mixer, IF pre-amp and Wavemeter

70 MHz IF Strip

G8AZU 10 GHz Gunn Oscillator

Gunn Power Supply and Modulator

G8ACE


23 cm Converter
 

G8LSD


10.100 GHz Personal Wideband Beacon

2C39A

2C39A

723A/B Klystron

An Assortment of WG16 Components

Cross Channel Microwave, 1934 Style

DET22

ICOM IC202S

Operating Portable on the Cockayne Ridge

PW EXE as Built by G8LSD

PW EXE Original Article

Siemens RW3 Travelling Wave Tube

The Mullard CL8630 Gunn Oscillator

The Range Max Gunn Oscillator

The Solfan Doppler Modules

The Wessex Doppler Modules

V233A/1K Heil Tube

Wayne Kerr Wavemeter

RSGB


A Simple Method of Microwave Frequency Measurement

A Simple Waveguide Feed for Short Focal Length Dishes

Cavity Locking of Gunn Oscillators

Designing Paraboloids

Designing Paraboloids

Designs for 10GHz Bandpass Filters

Gunn Diodes at 10,000 MHz

High Quality UHF Source for Microwaves

Locate - A Computer Program 1971 style

Microwave Associates 10 GHz Transceiver

Modifications to the JVL Transverter Design

Putting Together Waveguide Components

The GM3OXX Portable 3cm Tranceiver

The JVL Transceiver Mixer

The JVL Transceiver Mixer - in Detail

Travelling Wave Amplifiers

Varactors and Parametric Amplification

VHF Field Day 1968

Whither 10 GHz Wideband
 



















































































































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