Pixie kit from China

My low cost 40m Pixie kit – although G1KQH only paid about 60% of what I paid – is on its way from China but has not yet arrived here. I assume, with free shipping, this comes by sea. I am in no great hurry. As I mentioned before, I very much hope to build this unit as I have not built much in ages because of my brain bleed.

UPDATE 1600z:   My kit arrived in the post today.  Still to open the package, but judging by the speed this must have come by air. It looks well packed.

Roger Lapthorn, G3XBM, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Cambridge, England.

2 Responses to “Pixie kit from China”

  • Dave KG0YR:

    Little or no documentation. I measured the electrical value of each part and found them to be close to the values of the diagrams on line. I went back to the U.S. kitted project Dave

  • Kenny K6HRN:

    What is a 40m pixie ket

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