ARRL QST 1984 May
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|ARRL QST 1984 May|
|It Seems to Us: Federal Preemption||9|
|A Crystal Controlled Q Meter||11|
|First Steps in Radio-Part15: An Introduction to Coils and Transformers||15|
|40 Meters with a Phased Delta Loop||20|
|Eliminate TVI with Common Mode Current Controls||22|
|Broadband and Narrow Band Amplifiers||26|
|The Nearly Ultimate Decoder||31|
|A Battery Powered 30 Meter VFO||35|
|A Simple Function Generator||38|
|Product Review: Yaesu FT-726R||40|
|"70 Years- You've Come a Long Way, ARRL!"||47|
|The Last Days of OSCAR 8||48|
|The Last Steps of JG1QFW||52|
|"Welcome Aboard, from K8KRG on the USS Cod"||53|
|Board Selects New Leaders; Looks Ahead||54|
|Happenings: FCC Proposes Volunteer Examiner Cost Reimbursement||63|
|IARU News: International Assistance and Traffic Net||79|
|"Public Service: ARES, A Team Concept"||101|