Wouff hong specs req'd...

Wouff hong specs req'd...

Post by jcr.. » Fri, 09 Sep 1994 23:24:34

   I saw a photo of a wouff hong in last month's QST (p.13) and was
wondering if anyone had a parts list, construction specifications, and
alignment instructions for someone who might be interested in building
this instrument.  I don't recall seeing any QST articles on homebrewing
wouff hongs, nor have I come across any kits in the advertising section.  
This amazes me as no radio club should be without one...

73 Joe VO1NA  

 
 
 

Wouff hong specs req'd...

Post by John E. Taylor I » Thu, 15 Sep 1994 21:08:30



>    I saw a photo of a wouff hong in last month's QST (p.13) and was
> wondering if anyone had a parts list, construction specifications, and
> alignment instructions for someone who might be interested in building
> this instrument.  I don't recall seeing any QST articles on homebrewing
> wouff hongs, nor have I come across any kits in the advertising section.
> This amazes me as no radio club should be without one...

Wouldn't it be sacrilege to try and duplicate the original, hallowed
device?

--
John Taylor    (W3ZID)     |  "The opinions expressed are those of the

 
 
 

Wouff hong specs req'd...

Post by Paul H. Bo » Fri, 16 Sep 1994 02:27:57



>>    I saw a photo of a wouff hong in last month's QST (p.13) and was
>> wondering if anyone had a parts list, construction specifications, and
>> This amazes me as no radio club should be without one...
>Wouldn't it be sacrilege to try and duplicate the original, hallowed
>device?

     Indeed it would!   Not only that, only someone who has been through
the sacred initiation rites of ROWH could possibly understand the correct
application of the device, so to simply turn loose a bunch of copies
willy-nilly into the hands of the uninitiated, however well-intentioned,
would risk misapplication and degrade the original intent and meaning.

     Paul, K4MSG  (ROWH, '76)