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ARRL QST 1984 March


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ARRL QST 1984 March
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It Seems to Us: Amateur Radio is Flying High!9
First Steps in Radio-Part 3: Understanding Resistors11
The Perfect 10: A Power Supply for FM Portables16
Switched Capacitor Filters- An Emerging Technology for Amateur Radio19
Learning to Work with Toroids26
VHF Propagation and Meteorology30
HF DF- A Technique for Volunteer Monitoring34
An Antenna System for the New Novice37
Product Review: Kenwood TS-430S39
Technical Correspondence46
Volunteer Examiner Program: An Update48
How Newsrooms Tick51
"Learn a Language, Make a Friend"53
Third ARRL Amateur Radio Computer Networking Conference55
Announcing the ARRL Antenna Design Competition56
Happenings: RACES Frequencies Expanded During Certain Declared Emer..57
Washington Mailbox: The Net Game70
IARU News: HF BC WARC75
Public Service : Slow Nets88
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