By J. Pivnichny, N2DCH

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - Crystal and Capacitor features 1

Chapter 2 - dimension of Crystal Parameters 7

Chapter three - decrease Sideband Filters 21

Chapter four - higher Sideband Filters 41

Chapter five - twin Filters 53

Chapter 6 - Tunable Filters 60

Chapter 7 - CW Filters 81

Chapter eight - Lattice Filters 94

Chapter nine - courses for clear out layout 104

Appendix A - Derivation of Holder Capacitance 120

Appendix В - checklist of Crystal brands and buyers 122

Appendix С - desk of clear out Coefficients 128

References 129

Index 133

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