ARRL QST 1983 July
Listed below is the Table of Contents for the ARRL QST 1983 July magazine. If there are any issues missing and you would like to contribute, please contact us to make finding good articles easier.
If there is a good magazine you would like listed, please let us know.
Look through the ARRL QST 1983 July magazine index for information needed for amateur radio projects and reviews.
|ARRL QST 1983 July|
|It Seems to Us: 20 Years at 225 Main||9|
|An Introduction to AMTOR||11|
|Spread Spectrum Applications in Amateur Radio||14|
|A Serial ASCII/Baudot Character Generator You Can Build||20|
|Salvaged Parts: A Gold Mine for the Radio Amateur||24|
|Filter Systems for Multitransmitter Amateur Stations||28|
|A Simple Computer Model for VHF/UHF Propagation||32|
|Getting the Most Out of Your Antenna||34|
|Product Review: Spectrum Comm. SCR-1000 and Cushcraft 40-2CD||42|
|W5LFL: First Ham in Space||46|
|International Youths Delight in Amateur Radio||47|
|Disaster Strikes Amateur Operation in Texas||48|
|Happenings: League Members to Choose Board Representatives||49|
|Washington Mailbox: Band Edges||55|
|ARRL Membership Referral Program||56|
|IARU News: How to Become a Licensed Amateur in Japan||60|
|Public Service: Board Adopts Alert Frequency Concept||61|