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Discussion in 'General Ham Radio Discussion' started by Tweetybird, Oct 8, 2019.
I saw one for sale for 40.00 looked real clean on the inside? They work fixing?
Even the lightning crashes sound good on that!
One guy got ahead of me I hope he dont show it right by my work
I like ramen noodles
Man is it clean inside
I will know by 8 am
Case is solid copper!
It just copper plated
Cant wait to get it home and on bench. Forty bucks is worth it if it is totaled inside for decoration but pictures of inside looked clean. 2meters to six meters is that right?
AM/CW SSB (BFO)
1.5 - 18 MHz...160 meters thru 17 meters
The BC-312 is a rugged and uncomplicated receiver to work on, but sometimes you get problems with the mechanical dynamotor (works like a motor with a mechanically coupled alternator) and many sets have been modified to mains operation with an external mains power supply bypassing the dynamotor.
The BC-312 is intended to be powered from a car battery from 12 - 14 V DC, the high tension(voltage) is generated by a rotary converter, a so-called "Dynamotor".
All the Best
PS: Think I'll keep my eyes out for one of these at the Hamfests...It looks like a fun project piece!!