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PMR Conversions
  • Relying on Pye, Amateur Radio Magazine, February 1984
  • Pye W15U Westminster
  • Converting Pye Westminsters, Ham Radio Today, March 1986
  • Wessies (Pye Westminsters) for UHF, Ham Radio Today, April 1986
  • Pye Westminster Conversion for 2m, Ham Radio Today, March 1991
  • Pye Westminster Conversion for 6m, Ham Radio Today, May 1989
  • Pye Pocketfone PF1 Conversion, R&EW, July 1983
  • Modifying the Pye Pocketfone PF1 Receiver for 2m, R&EW, March 1984
  • Get on to 70cm with a Pye Pocketfone, Ham Radio Today, February 1986
  • Converting the Pye A200 for 6m, Ham Radio Today, September 1986
  • Converting the Pye A200 for 2m, Ham Radio Today, April 1987
  • Burndept on 70cm, Amateur Radio Magazine, March 1984
  • Burndept UHF Portable 70cm Conversion, Ham Radio Today, December 1990
  • Converting the Burndept BE448 for 2m, Ham Radio Today, July 1990
  • Storno 5000 Conversion for 70cm, Ham Radio Today, March 1996
  • Pye Europa Conversion for 2m or 70cm, Ham Radio Today, March 1989
  • Pye Europa Conversion for 4m, Ham Radio Today, January 1991
  • Pye M294 Conversion, Ham Radio Today, January 1993
  • Pye M296 Conversion for 70cm, Ham Radio Today, May 1993
  • Pye SSB130, Ham Radio Today, January 1989
  • 70MHz - The Forgotten Band, HRT, Sept 1987. Includes info on various Pye models
  • 6m or 4m VFO for PMR Conversions, Ham Radio Today, November 1986
  • A Toneburst for the Pye Europa, Ham Radio Today, September 1989
  • PMR Radio Controller with 16C58 PIC, Ham Radio Today, June 1997
  • A Scanner for PMR Conversions, Ham Radio Today, April 1992