The museum has a couple of DIY kits on offer. We sincerely hope that
offering these DIY kits will stimulate the radio amateur hobby, whilst
at the same time provide a modest income for the museum. Below an overview
of the DIY kits currently available from the museum. If you can't find
what you are looking for, please try again at a later date as we will
be adding new DIY kits to the list frequently.
- Corver Radio #1
This is a simple AM receiver that will help new and potential amateurs
to catch the 'ham virus'. All components are placed on a wooden board
and hardly any soldering is required.
- Corver Radio #2
This is yet another AM radio which can be regarded as the successor to
the above CorverRadio (#1). It is aimed a new radio enthousiasts who
want to use their soldering iron for the first time. All components are
placed on a small PCB and output is stright into a loudspeaker.
- FCM3 - RS9044 Conversion kit
A complete conversion kit for the Radio System RS9044 70cm transceiver
as used in the (now obsolete) mobile telephone base stations in The
An electronic replica of the famous coding machine used by the German
Army during WWII. A complete kit, with all components and easy to
read step-by-step building instructions in English. Full historical
backgrounds and some real wartime messages.
An APRS modem (just like the popular Tinytrak) that can be fitted
directly in the Bosch KF161 rig in one of the empty slots.
- EPPO PIC-programmer
A complete PIC-programmer, with all components and software, that
enables you to start right away.