Ham Radio DIY projects all around morse
semi-automatic and fully automatic bug keys
construction manuals o semi-and fully automatic Bug keys, portable light weight magnetic loops, making a telegraph set (school project)
and lots of kitchen projects (useful hamradio gear made by easily available material)
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