Welcome, please log-in to participate in this (your) forum, by logging in you agree to abide by the rules of this forum. Until you make your FIRST post you cannot PM a Member.

Antique Radio Forum for Collectors
HomeHome  RegisterRegister  Log inLog in  FAQFAQ  PublicationsPublications  SearchSearch  
Can't Log In?: 1st. thing is to clean out your cookies. if that doesn't work , click on Contact field.
Any other usage, ( other than registration or Login Help) will be ignored. For other questions go to our FAQs link above.

Share | 

 Crystal radio parts and instructions

Go down 
Cliff Jones
Site Administrator
Site Administrator

Join date : 2010-11-22

PostSubject: Crystal radio parts and instructions   December 1st 2011, 11:09 pm

Crystal Radio Parts
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

I'm a Science Thinker, Radio Tinkerer, and all around good guy. Just ask Me!
Back to top Go down
New Member

Join date : 2012-07-28

PostSubject: Re: Crystal radio parts and instructions   July 28th 2012, 9:40 am

This week I was searching for some 1N34A point-contact germanium diodes for one of my projects, and I discovered that Futurlec has those in a package of ten for fifty cents. Seems like a much better price than most other suppliers. They also have 1N60P and 1N270 germanium diodes. I bought some of their 1N60P diodes a few weeks ago, and they checked out well on a curve tracer. Forward voltage was about 0.25 volts at a couple hundred microamps.
Back to top Go down
Crystal radio parts and instructions
Back to top 
Page 1 of 1
 Similar topics
» Nobo radio-controlled time switch
» Detection Probability of Terrestrial Radio Signals by a Hostile Super-civilization (LOL)
» What if you were given instructions in a dream you don't understand?
» Stolen parts on my car
» Blue and White Crystal

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
ANTIQUE-RADIO-LAB :: Radio Repair Bench :: Crystal Radios-
Jump to: