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ARRL QST 1988 October


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ARRL QST 1988 October
TitleAuthors 
Page#
It Seems to Us: Black Thursday9
Up Front in QST11
A Relative RF Ammeter for Open Wire Lines15
The Spiderweb Quad18
Build a Simple 12 Meter Beam21
A Three Channel CW Emergency Transceiver- Part 126
Product Review: Kenwood TS-680S31
Improved Anode Parasitic Suppression for Modern Amplifier Tubes36
Technical Correspondence43
FCC Reallocates 220-222MHz; ARRL Fights On!45
Instructor/Teachers of the Year 198747
A W1AW Vignette: A Concise History of the ARRL49
Emergency Communication: Is It Legal?54
ARRL Diamond Jubilee Award59
"At the Foundation: Now, That's An Incentive"60
Happenings: $75 Fee Proposed by Six Forest Service Regions62
Washington Mailbox: Amateur Operation on the High Seas78
Public Service: Running on the Edge of the Western World80
IARU News: International Amateur Radio in Birmingham85
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