Step-by-step how to build mcHF kit to fully working radio

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Lucy

7 thoughts on “Step-by-step how to build mcHF kit to fully working radio

  1. Bill Reining

    Great Video! Many thanks.
    Question: What exactly counts as a “turn” when winding a toroid? Can I assume it is one full wrap around the core, i.e. 360 degrees? Do partial wraps at the end count?

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    1. m0nka Post author

      That is very good question. It’s more like how many times the wire goes as a loop on the inside of the toroid. If you are not clear on what I mean by that drop me an email and I’ll draw you a sketch to make more sense (djchrismarc – at- gmail -dot-com). It’s good idea to check with LC meter if the inductance matches the on the schematics. If it doesn’t add a turn or remove a turn to make it match or go as close as possible.

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    1. m0nka Post author

      Hello Dennis
      I should be able to arrange that for you. Price would be slightly higher as the one we calculated with this kit is for internal US postage. Maybe you can drop me an email with your address and I can check how much extra will be for postage before you decide. (djchrismarc( at )gmail.com)
      Lucy

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  2. Harris

    Very nice video. The receive audio sounds good and nice TX audio report. I noted on the screen in red “Sensor!”. What is happening?

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    1. m0nka Post author

      Hello Bill. If you refer to the kit configuration on our order page they don’t come with guarantee as it’s a DIY project. Very rare we have had issues with components being damaged during transportation ( or other similar issues) and we offer replacement in these cases.
      Regards
      Lucy Jeliazkova

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