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This Jim N5IB's copy of a WWII paraset. The 4 State QRP Group will soon be offering a kit for you to make your own copy of Jim's Bayou Jumper paraset.... Image links below. Click on the link to see the large photos.

http://4sqrp.com/kits/Bayou%20Jumper/ba ... penlid.jpg

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http://4sqrp.com/kits/Bayou%20Jumper/ba ... ickers.jpg

Yes, you can buy this kit from 4 State QRP Group soon. And yes, they have a sticker set.

5 watt TX, regen rx, calibrated. All in an appropriate wooden box. Just like the old school WWII parasets.

http://www.qsl.net/g4bxd/nova_set.jpg
Brit Paraset, Mk7, rx/tx WW2

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Also - the QRP Guys (QRPGuys.com) are now offering a 80 M Paraset. This one designed by KD1JV - Steve Weber.

Prior to this recent incarnation of small radios was the SP-1
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Very much in keeping with the Para set

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Buried somewhere in my garage are a few of those old WW2 Bakelite cased plug-in crystal elements :mrgreen:

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teotwaki wrote:
Buried somewhere in my garage are a few of those old WW2 Bakelite cased plug-in crystal elements :mrgreen:



Dig em out and peddle then on QRZ, The commercial version go for 16 USD - each. Off frequencies go for much more

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