RF prototyping using perspex

Discussion in 'Wireless & RF Design' started by garvin, Feb 4, 2011.

  1. garvin

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    I have been looking for a RF prototyping system for a long time and recently found the dead bug idea which seems ideal. I wonder if anyone has used a modified Radionic kit of the 60s onwards for prototyping. It uses a perspex board drilled with 6BA holes in a 3/4" grid. The components are mounted on carriers which bolt down with brass strips of various lengths. Any views if this would work up to 30 MHz. I would like to try it using a design from RA Penfold's book "How to build advanced SW Receivers" (1977).
     
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