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ARRL QST 1985 November

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ARRL QST 1985 November
"It Seems to Us: Preemption- Two Down, One to Go"9
Up Front in QST11
W0ORE: The Call Kids Saw Round the World13
Beginner's Bench: The Principles and Building of SSB Gear- Part 316
The Loop Skywire20
An Inexpensive Spectrum Analyzer for the Radio Amateur23
A 902 MHz Loop Yagi Antenna30
Direction Finding with the Interferometer33
Under Construction-Part 1: Ham Radio Workshop Essentials38
Simple Conversion of Complex Networks41
The Super Duper-Part 244
A CW Receive Program for Atari Computers51
"Product Review: TAPR, Heathkit and AEA Terminal Mode Controllers"54
Amateur Antennas Get Federal Protection in PRB-160
New Life for Old Clubs64
The Eye Emergency Net: Friends in Need67
A Key to the Future is in Our Own Families68
Happenings: VECs Meet At Gettysburg69
Washington Mailbox: The Novice Exam Process79
IARU News: A Common License84
Public Service: We Tip Our Ten Gallon to the Lone Star State90
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