Where do radio sine waves come from? From oscillators! This video delves into a simple audio phase-shift oscillator to see how they work. Included is a look at a breadboarded oscillator on an oscilloscope.
I built the ZZRX-40, designed by AAØZZ and kitted by The Four State QRP Group. It’s a small “starter” kit for a 40-meter CW direct conversion receiver. Fun! You can get the kit at https://goo.gl/h7VDDN. To see the K7AGE tutorial video, see https://youtu.be/lheknDnPKbM.
I'm a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or more commonly known as the Mormon Church. There's lots of misinformation out there about the Church. Why read erroneous material when you can easily see what we really believe? Check out mormon.org for an introduction to the doctrines and a chance to see member profiles, or if you want in-depth information, including the various books of scripture, lesson manuals, and policy manuals, go to lds.org. To see my personal profile on mormon.org, click here.