Here’s a low cost, simple-to-build, portable shortwave receiver. Its design is noncritical and the receiver is easy to get going. With it, you can receive dozens of international shortwave broadcast stations at night, even indoors, using a 39-inch whip antenna. This little radio is perfect for discovering ham-band QSOs, news, music and all the other things the shortwave bands have to offer.
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