Extremely Rare: Herring-Aid 5 Receiver PC Board - circa 1976

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Extremely Rare: Herring-Aid 5 Receiver PC Board - circa 1976

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Here’s something you don’t run into every day. It is the PC board for a 40-meter receiver designed by Jay Rusgrove, WA1LNQ at the time, called the Herring-Aid 5. It was featured in the June 1976 edition of QST – more than 40 years ago. This is a genuine relic. The board was produced by Circuit Board Specialists of Pueblo, Colorado, at the time, one of a very few producers of affordable, etched PC boards for radio amateurs. Most of the parts were from the late RadioShack, so you’ll have to scrounge for the components you don’t already have. Hobby Town USA now sells many RadioShack parts: https://bit.ly/2uMN0TK. Store locations: https://bit.ly/2Vv6Sds. Order online: https://www.hobbytown.com. A copy of the original QST article is included, although it is of rather poor quality. Please check the work of the original builder for accuracy.

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