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ARRL QST 1989 January


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ARRL QST 1989 January
TitleAuthors 
Page#
It Seems to Us: Why Morse Code?9
Up Front in QST11
The Evolution of the Mighty Big Antenna15
A Speaker Amplifier for Hand Held Transceivers20
Adding 160 Meter Coverage to HF Amplifiers23
Conversion Between Geodetic and Grid Locator Systems29
A VFO with Bandspread and Bandset31
Product Review: ICOM IC-228H34
Technical Correspondence41
The Non-DXpedition or Taking Your Radio on a Business Trip44
"Father Mike, the Voice of IMRA"47
Novice Notes: Contests and You- Perfect Together48
Beyond the Ham Bands53
The Future Generation55
At the Foundation: So Your Club Wants to Give a Scholarship?56
The Listener58
President Reagan Signs Bill Lauding Radio Amateurs60
Happenings: League Members Elect Representatives62
Major ARRL Operating Events and Conventions- 198965
License Renewal Information76
"US Amateur Frequency and Mode Allocations, Power Limits"77
Public Service: Future Shock? Real Traffic Handlers Use CW!80
IARU News: The Seventh Conference of IARU Region III91
HTX-242 Ham Radio
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