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The Heathkit HW-32A 20 Meter Transceiver - Nostalgic Kits Central

The Heathkit HW-32A 20 Meter Transceiver - Nostalgic Kits Central

The Heathkit HW-32A 20 Meter Transceiver - Nostalgic Kits

Heathkit HW-32A 20 MeterSSB Transceiver\Vhcn Heathkit brought out their sin glehandtransceivers a little over three yearsago, they immediately b ecame very popular.They were low in cost, versatile, comp actand ideal for the ham who wanted to movelip to SSB with a minimum of effort. No wthe people out in Benton Harbor have goneone better-they have introduced a new setof single-b anders with even more featuresthan the original.These new single-h and el's feature upperand lower sideband selection on all models"improved aud io and Ave response, automaticlevel control (ALe) inp ut for externallinear amplifiers and improved design andstyling. The nicest feature of all is that allthese add itions arc available at no additionalcost. In fact, the price is even lower thanthe original models. \ Vith p rices increasingeverywhere, it's refreshing to see a new pieceof amateur equipment offered with a lowerp rice tag.102Heath's famous quality is evident throughoutthe entire HW-12A, 22A and 32A line.This borne out in on-the-air performance;both the receiver and transmitter have b eendesigned for optimum SSB performance andshow it. The 1 MV sensitivity, 2.7 kHz selectivityand slow AVe action make for veryenjoyable SSB operation. The 200 watt PEPof the single-b anders isn't going to crack anyDX pileups, but all continents can be workedwithout a great d eal of effort. In only acouple of days of part-time operation \VA Cwas m ade from \VI DTY with excellent reports.For the ham who wants to work mobile,the H\V~ series is really the ticket. Mobileperformance with the HP-I3 DC powersupply is excellent. A mobile mount is suppliedwith every unit and the front-panelbias control speeds up conversion from fixedstation to mobile use.III th e receiver, the pentacle section of a73 MA3AZINE

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