2018 ~ The Year of SSB Transceivers

May 8, 2018 … Winding things down!


This seems like a good place to wrap things up and this will be the last of the blog posts.

Hopefully I have encouraged other to take up the iron and build something. This is such an amazing time for the homebrew enthusiast, whether you scratch build something or build a kit, there is an amazing sense of pride in being able to say I did that.

Good luck and Happy Trails. 

This has been a fun ride and now time to close up the blog and turn off the iron.Thanks for riding along.

73's
Pete N6QW


Comments

  1. Pete, may I pass on my sincere thanks for all your support over the past couple of years. Your advice was immensely helpful and very much appreciated. Thanks also for all that you have done for the homebrew community. I know you have definitely encouraged others to pick up the iron and give it go. Hopefully, we will be able to work each other sometime on air using homebrew-to-homebrew! Again thanks and keep in touch.

    73's
    Charlie ZL2CTM

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  2. That's sad news, Pete. Thanks for all of the inspiration and tribal knowledge that you've provided over the years, it's had a tremendous influence on me and surely many others. There's no way I'd be building things at the level that I am without your "remote elmering" - Thank you!

    Very 73! Steve N8NM

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  3. Pete,
    You sure did a great job with this blog. I've learned so much from you and was looking forward to touching base with you as I try and create my homebrew setup.

    To me, homebrewing is one of the real aspects of this hobby.

    The best of luck to you. 73 Jack W6VMJ Fort Collins, CO

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  4. Pete, I am very saddened to read that you are no longer going to grace us with your wonderful posts and exciting projects, you have been doing this much longer than I have and I have learned so much from you, been inspired by your work and always look forward to what you have next in the pipeline.
    Take care and hopefully we can keep in touch.

    73 and all the best mate.
    Rob 2E1IIP

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  5. Pete
    I'm shocked to learn you're calling it quits out of the clear blue. This is one of about 4 blogs that I follow religiously and now we're losing it. Wow....that will hurt! I hope and expect that you'll pop up in a different venue. Good luck whatever you do.

    Joe
    W3JDR

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  6. Thanks Pete, for all of the advise and moral support that you have provided over the years. Your earlier blogs were what encouraged me to get my amateur radio license and build radios. Please keep in touch and if you need anything, let me know via email. 73's Dean - AC9JQ

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