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Vacker VFO

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Hey guys. I need a help about a project that i have for homework..
I found that this is a vacker vfo or something like that.But i can't find any more information...My question is what does it do? And what do i expect the output to give...

Here is the picture.Thanx.

 
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RadioRon

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Here's a clue.

"Meet the Vacker: The Simple, Stable VFO You've Been Looking For", By Mark L. Meyer, QEX, July 1997, Page 8
 
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angelmarios87 said:
Hey guys. I need a help about a project that i have for homework..
I found that this is a vacker vfo or something like that.But i can't find any more information...My question is what does it do? And what do i expect the output to give...

Here is the picture.Thanx.


it is simply a stable design for an oscillator. u can use it to feed ne transmitter if u r experimenting with radio circuites.
 
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RadioRon said:
Here's a clue.

"Meet the Vacker: The Simple, Stable VFO You've Been Looking For", By Mark L. Meyer, QEX, July 1997, Page 8
Υeah, that's the article. My problem is that the library of the university i am does not have it...

Purush said:
it is simply a stable design for an oscillator. u can use it to feed ne transmitter if u r experimenting with radio circuites.
Hmmm, it is used on the side of transmitter or the receiver's...I thought the second one...

By the way, thanx a lot for your answers guys...:)
 

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