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simple radio amplifier/radio help

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KeepItSimpleStupid

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I was going to ask what a milli-gigahertz was (200 mGHz)?;)

The rules for capitalization basically honors people. Thus V for Volt instead of v. And a small l for liters and not L.

Some terms changed as time went on such as c.p.s for cycles per second to Hertz and mhos to Siemens. I have a radio from the 50's that's marked in c.p.s. and I had Blaupunkt tube radio that was marked in increasing Wavelength, not frequency.
 

cowboybob

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Good catch, KISS. Everybody (except you) missed that one...:rolleyes:
 

large_ghostman

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i get confused with the capitals sorry :D, i will try out the diodes we have here :D, going to a auction with dad today (sat), hopefuly get time to go and pick up some magnet wire :D. good idea usingt the signal generator.
 
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