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The Radio Room Site Map (www.aj8mh.com)
The Radio Room of AJ8MH ( This page. )
A complete and current site map for "The Radio Room" by Joe Hutchens.
Today - AJ8MH in Marquette
This site includes pictures of the radio room in Marquette, a short autobiography, and spreadsheets of WAS
and DXCC totals.
A close and detailed look at the operating positions of AJ8MH. (Yaesu, Hallicrafters, Heathkit, etc.)
Operations from the Cabin Radio Room
Photographs of the cabin and the AJ8MH "camp" radio room near Gwinn in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan
with limited information about the Navy's abandon Project ELF and our underground alien spaceport.
From Marquette in Michigan's Upper Peninsula
An introduction to Marquette with several interesting links to the area including television, newspaper, weather,
mining, ship traffic and local photography.
What is Amateur Radio
An introduction to Amateur Radio, the greatest hobby in the World. Includes links to the Federal Communications
Commission (FCC), American Radio Relay League (ARRL) and local club Internet sites.
The story of how it all started with pictures of the early years as WPE8EUM and WN8AQL.
Broadcast Station QSL Cards
Broadcast and short-wave listening, as WPE8EUM, were an important part of my early interest in
radio. Site includes old QSL cards.
1320 WDMJ Radio -
A few pictures of the gang at WDMJ in the late 60's, early 70's.
The Active Years
Yes, the radio was always on at WB5FCO - WJ5MH.
Solar Activity and Propagation
Experimental. Information gathered from around the Internet for my personal use and quick viewing.
A Couple Other Projects
From the work bench. A look at many of my projects.
My Old 1945 Clarion C110 and
1960 Roland 4T4 Radios
The two broadcast radios I had as a youngster.
1941 Echophone EC-1 by
World War II. A low cost short-wave receiver.
Early 50's Heathkit AT-1
Novice transmitter from the early years of Heathkit.
1927 Radiola 17 by RCA
Made in the U.S.A. and built to last!
1937 Hallicrafters SX-16 Super
Wow, a real radio.
6L6 Transmitter Project Including
Every good ham needs one of these. Diagrams, notes and pictures.
Old (very old) 12J5/12SA7GT
Wireless Broadcaster/Phono Oscillator
Play music through your favorite antique Broadcast Band AM radio.
Dual 6SN7 Regen Receiver
My project diagrams, notes and pictures from start to finish.
The Notebook Series - Surge
A couple spark-plugs and you're in business.
The Notebook Series - PDC-1 install in MFJ-998,
MFJ-949E and MFJ-962D
Adding better peak reading capabilities.
The Notebook Series -
Linear-Loaded Vertical Doublet (Dipole)
Linear loading? How did he do that?
The Notebook Series - Twin-T
(T-Bar) Vertical Doublet (Dipole)
A shot at building a Multi-band Capacitive Loaded Twin-T (T-Bar).
The Notebook Series - Homebrew
Balanced Tuner Ideas
Photographs of two simple balanced tuners with diagram.
The Notebook Series - Mosley
Photographs and general comments about my TA-33-M-WARC install.
The Notebook Series - Yaesu
FT-950 Related Items
~ Mating the Yaesu FT-950, Elecraft KPA-500 Amplifier and the MFJ-998 Auto-tuner
~ A Short Description and Fix for the FT-950 Button Lockup Issue
~ Build Your Own FH-2 Remote and Save a Few Dollars
~ Using the Audio-Technica ATR-1300 Microphone
~ Electret Headset Adapter
~ Audio to PTT Converter for FLdigi
~ Computer/Radio Interface
~ Use of u-Tune Ports on Yaesu Transceivers
~ Monoprice 4-Channel Headphone Amplifier
Micro Satellites and More
Some history on early packet (digital) satellites.
My Father's WW2 Experiences.
My Father's WW2
Highlights of LST (Landing Ship Tanks) 522.
Guest Contributor: Gerald
Guest Contributors: Donald
Miller, GM1/c and James Leib, S/1c
LST-522 Journal - Europe and The Pacific.
Joe and Pam's Space
The first WEB site we ever created. We managed to salvage it from American On Line (AOL)
before they stopped hosting WEB sites!