#8597
Guenther
Spectator

Hi all,

I just found a photo from one of my Swiss colleagues working with “my” SW superhet and the special frequency counter (see above):

The “real” frequency is shown, and the second line displays the computed radiowave length in meters (1 meter = 3.28 feet or 39.37 inch 🙂

How to calculate: Speed of Light (in km/s) devided by Frequency (in MHz) results in Radiowave Length (in meters):

299792.458 : 6.0006 = ROUND(49.96) = 50 meters

For those who are not familiar with kilometers: 1 km = 0.6213711 miles (US and UK)

And: yes – we could develop a Lectron superhet, but first let me complete the SW area and then complete the required adjustment process for superhets 🙂

Best,

G.