Heathkit DX-60 AM Net

W9DYV Radio Symposium Flyer (.pdf)


Friends 0 Comments 11/11/2019 

Winterfest 2020 – St. Louis Friday January 24th, 2020

Click the link above to view and/or print the PDF file

The 8th W9DYV's Amateur Radio Symposium
January 24-25, 2020

If you boatanchor guys in the Midwest really wanted to attend the W9DYV Radio Symposium in past years but didn't relish so long of a drive, fret no longer - the Symposium is coming near you!

Next year, boatanchor/restoration enthusiasts, historian-hobbyists and those wishing to hone new skills will have two venues to choose from: Winterfest 2020 in St. Louis and our New Orleans home base.

Already we have a great cast of speakers lined up to present important topics that involve SDR design, vintage gear restoration, Rob Sherwood's latest HF rig performance observations and, for the heavy metal crowd: Bob Allison's Gates BC-1T restoration.

Pencil in January 24th and 25th. Plan new to be in St. Louis to network with fellow restoration/homebrewers and enjoy a truly fun hamfest.

Watch this space for forum schedules to be posted soon!

For more information about Winterfest visit: https://winterfest.slsrc.org/


   Above is a picture of my latest project.  After doing the transceiver thing, with a CE20A, mated to a SX-115, then the next transceiver project, a 10A mated to any Drake R4 series receiver, I had an idea.  Those transceiver projects have a lot of oscillators, and even the crystal oscillators can drift as they warm up, which requires re-zeroing the transmitter to the receiver from time to...  READ MORE
- Bradley Stone (stonebs),  10/27/2019 
  

Remembering Mike, N8ECR (SK)

Tributes and pictures submitted by net membership
Category: Friends
If you have some pictures or a small tribute you'd like to submit in memory of our former net control, please send them to brad@nb9m.com or W8TOW.dx-60.net for inclusion here.Here is Mike N8ECR at the QTH of Ron/K8FG. Mike N8ECR stopped  by with his new dog, the pic was taken on 06-29-2011.Mike and Ron N8UUH would head over to my area (14mi SW of Tawas City) so we could enjoy a lunch at H...  READ MORE
- Bradley Stone (stonebs),  12/24/2018 
   *** The PDF is Downloadable below ***Thanks to Mike, W5KRL, for making a good copy of a DX-60 Assembly Manual....  READ MORE
- Bradley Stone (stonebs),  12/08/2018 
   *** The PDF is Downloadable below ***Thanks to Mike, W5RKL, for making a good copy of a DX-60B Assembly Manual....  READ MORE
- Bradley Stone (stonebs),  12/08/2018 
   *** The .PDF file is downloadable below ***There are lots of mods for the Heathkit DX60 on the internet. These include audio and PTT mods. The PTT mods address an issue with the function switch and makes switching between RX and TX more flexible. The Function wafer switch on an unmodified DX60 switches the high voltage secondary of the power transformer when going from standby (receive) to transmi...  READ MORE
- Bradley Stone (stonebs),  12/08/2018 
   *** The PDF is Downloadable below ***Very crisp, legible, printable schematic.  Original link: https://www.nostalgickitscentral.com/heath/schematics/heathkit_schema_dx60b.pdf ...  READ MORE
- Bradley Stone (stonebs),  12/08/2018 
   ** The .PDF file is downloadable below ***One of the biggest short comings of the DX-60 is the function switch, and the need to switch the phone operation to Push-To-Talk (PTT), which should enhance the operation and save the function switch. I also wound up using a D-104 unamplified microphone with my DX-60B. Parts List: 1 – Two pin Microphone connector 2 – 6 or 12 VDC 4PDT Relay (If ...  READ MORE
- Bradley Stone (stonebs),  12/08/2018 

VIEW News Item

WA8SAJ's Nouveau 75

$99 75M AM QRP Transceiver
VIEW News Item

K5LYN's SB-10/Collins 310B/DX-60 Experiment

Check out Lynn's unusual DX-60 application!
VIEW News Item

17th Annual AM Get-Together

Gary, KI8BQ, Hosts Another Swapmeet

(There are currently no Blogs.)
We appreciate your donations to Heathkit DX-60 AM Net, because without them this site would not be possible.

You do not need a PayPal account in order to donate with your credit card. Just click on the Donate button below. You will be prompted for the amount you wish to contribute.