ARRL QST 1984 November
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|ARRL QST 1984 November|
|It Seems to Us: This Month in QST||9|
|Up Front in QST||11|
|Amateur Radio and the Games of the XXIII Olympiad||15|
|Amateurs at the Stanford Olympics: The Rewards of Service||18|
|Coaxial Cables: Their Construction and Use||19|
|Digital Signal Processing for the Experimenter||22|
|The Smith Chart in Basic||28|
|"Improvisation, and Finding Parts"||32|
|The Effect of Real Ground on Antennas-Part 5||35|
|First Steps in Radio-Part 11: The Basics of Transmitters||40|
|A Bubble Etcher for PC Boards||45|
|Meet the Curtain-Quad Antenna||48|
|Product Review: Yaesu FT-980||50|
|"FEMA Communications, from the Top Down"||60|
|"The Making of the Handbook, 1985"||62|
|Happenings: ARRL Opposes 220 MHz Takeover Attempts||64|
|IARU News: IARU Regional Conferences||78|
|Public Service: Ham Radio Helps Out at Red Clay||84|