I have designed a PCB based on the original version of the 30W schematic.
I have used component values that are as close to the original values as I could
find. I also did pay attention to the RCL part on the right side of the original drawing,
and did design this part to be tunable by the use of a variable resistor and variable
capacitor. I did design the PCB to fit standard components for easy soldering.
Attached is the the original version of the 30W schematic drawing,
my design circuit drawing,
my PCB layout image
and all the Eagle design files if anybody wants to make a PCB for them self.
Added: There will be four (4) professional made PCBs that I can give away for free!
If you want a PCB then PM me your snail mail address and country.
It will take a little over a week before I have the PCBs.
I will snail mail the PCBs to the first four PMs I get...................
Added: All four boards are now claimed!
Added: I did choose not to put the component numbers on the PCB to keep the
layout more "clean", so you must use the free EAGLE CAD program and
load the design files to see where the components must be soldered to the PCB.
The free EAGLE CAD program can be found here: http://www.cadsoftusa.com/download-eagle/
Added: I did add the data sheet for the L1 coil, and corrected a minor issue on the PCB.