My home brew S/C Gem for sale.

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RON
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My home brew S/C Gem for sale.

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As I no longer use this radio transmitter I’ve decided to sell it. It’s my own design and my take on the SC Gem transmitter. It uses one of Phil’s encoders and a Frsky module.
Comes complete with homebrew retail box too.
Here’s the original thread on it
viewtopic.php?p=2619#p2619

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Any interest please email me on ronstv@me.com preferably and not DM as I rarely check on here.

Offers? UK only.
G0MBV Class A Radio Amateur, North Yorkshire
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Re: My home brew S/C Gem for sale.

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I'm surprised that no-one has snapped this up yet, I've seen the Gem and its absolutely beautiful, built to Rons trademark perfection and attention to detail. I'm also surprised the genuine collectors have passed it by, obviously its not a commercial set but as a homebrew it is a superb example of the 'state of the art' achieved during the Single Channel revival, which maybe in decades to come some might remember as a significant stage of R/C history! Image

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Re: My home brew S/C Gem for sale.

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Phil_G wrote: 26 Jul 2022, 13:27 I'm surprised that no-one has snapped this up yet, I've seen the Gem and its absolutely beautiful, built to Rons trademark perfection and attention to detail.....
I have to agree from afar, and as one well outside the geographic eligibility criteria :( ;)
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Wayne
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