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73 Amateur Radio November 1961


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73 Amateur Radio November 1961
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Linear for Sunspot Lows0
Do-it-yourself F2 layer. A kilowatt six meter linear for SSB
K6QQN
Transistor Mike Pre-Amplifier10
Outboard pre-amp to make up for audio deficiencies of your rig
K6PZT
Transistorized RTTY Audio Oscillator12
Printed circuit, generates mark and space tones for RTTY
W5SFT
Have You Met These Characters15
TVI brings out some remarkable characters
K3HNP
TV Tuner Receiver16
The standard coil tuner makes a wonderful basis for a fine inexpensive homemade receiver
W0RQF
Solid Power20
What diodes to use for what voltage power supply
K5JKX/6
Phasing For Audio Selectivity24
Simple gadget makes the 80M Novice band sound almost vacant
K5JKX/6
Quick and Simple Mobile Rig30
CB is good for something! Convert those CB rigs to 6-10-15-20M featured here
K5JKX/6
Single-Sideband Transceiver33
All band, 200 watt PEP. VOX, etc. Everything you could want in a transceiver
W6BUV
A Quad for Six48
The quad works excellently on six meters too, and is awfully easy to build
W3TBF/0
Evolution of Antennas50
Short history of the early ideas in antenna design and how they grew
W7OE
Propagation Charts for November58
What time, to where, when, on what bands... Maybe. Including short-haul inter-U.S.
K2IGY
Two Uses for a Birdie62
1) Super accurate alignment of IFs. 2) Substitute for xtal standard for bandsetting
K5JKX/6
Horn Antennas64
1296 MHz requires an entirely different approach to antennas and feedlines
T12NA
Audio Hither & Thither66
Connecting the tape recorder and phone patch into your rig and receiver
W3KBM
Rewinding Relays and Transformers70
Rewinding for different voltages or in case of failure under the smoke test
K0RRM
Surplus Utilization72
General discussion: where to buy, what to buy, and how to best use it after you have it
W4WKM
Testing the Gonset Communicator TV80
Thorough rundown of this popular piece of gear
W4API
HTX-242 Ham Radio
Popular Callsign Lookups
for this month:

KC2OBW

N9SQM
KE5BYF
KD7KHY

Stewart Warner R113
Stewart Warner 301-A
738 Silver Marshall
IR Widget
Reading Morse Code on your PC
FCC Datbase Lookup
Pixie Transceiver
PSK31 Circuit Interface
The Iambic Mouse
MaxTrac 900 Ham Conversion
GE MVP Ham Conversion
Weather Station
ICOM OPC-478 Interface
PIC to Network
Morse Code Decoder Circuit