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Last updated September 16th 2019, mike@g4kfk.co.uk

War Surplus Radio Equipment
  • WS-19 Set Modifications, SWM November 1967
  • WS-19 Set Modifications for 80m and 160m, SWM April 1968
  • WS-19 Set Modifications for LF bands, SWM March 1969
  • Improving the 19 Set, Part 1, Practical Wireless, March 1960
  • Improving the 19 Set, Part 2, Practical Wireless, April 1960
  • WS-36 Transmitter, SWM February 1959
  • WS-46 for Amateur Use, RSGB Bulletin June 1961
  • WS-46 on 160m, RSGB Bulletin January 1964
  • WS-62 Transceiver and Canadian Marconi 52 Receiver, SWM May 1961
  • R.107 Receiver for Amateur Use, Radio Constructor, May 1963
  • R.109A Receiver, SWM August 1962
  • A Mains Power Supply for the R.109A, SWM October 1962
  • R.1155 Receiver, SWM May 1957
  • R.1155 Receiver Modifications for 160m, SWM September 1956
  • R.1155 as a General Purpose Receiver Part 1, Radio Constructor, November 1960
  • R.1155 as a General Purpose Receiver Part 2, Radio Constructor, December 1960
  • T.1154 Transmitter, SWM December 1955
  • T.1154 Transmitter Modifications, SWM June 1955
  • B.2 Transmitter, Ham Radio Today, August 1990
  • Mark 123 Conversion, Ham Radio Today, August 1989
  • B.44 Modifications for 4m, RSGB Bulletin September 1964
  • B.44 Modifications, RSGB Bulletin April 1967
  • B.44 Remote Tuning Modification October 1965
  • BC-611 Walkie-Talkie, 73 Magazine, June 1967