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73 Amateur Radio March 1962


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73 Amateur Radio March 1962
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Printed Circuit VFO6
Extreme stability and simplicity of construction in this 50 MHz VFO may bug you to build
W5UB
Regulated Bias Supply12
Great for linears, develops -20 to -120V @ 0-70 mA and presents only 6 ohms to grid
W5IUR
Check Transistors with an Ohmmeter14
Here is the simplest test for transistors yet, and it's safe and works
W9QKC
Radar Detector18
All you 2,500 MHz SWL's (UNFL's?) will appreciate this mobile receiver
W6JAT
Ham TV Survey22
W0KYQ
Blind Fasteners Aid Construction24
Using explosive rivets to hold things together
W4WKM
Half-Wave Transmission Line26
This gets around a lot of your antenna problems
W2KPE
50 MHz, No Crossmodulation28
Six meter converter designed for high signal density areas
K6RNQ
Page from a Designer's Notebook30
Transistorized carbon mike pre-amps
W5SUC
Brew or Buy?32
Brew
W4KOC
500 Watt Linear Amplifier33
Not 811A's again? Well, er... They're cheap!
W0RQF
The Strings the Thing35
We'll print anything. What a kookie magazine!
W7CSD
Nostalgic V-Beam37
Think piece
W2RWJ
The Tiny Terminator38
50 ohm 20 watt dummy load built in Canada Dry Cola can. Too bad if this is not your brand
K5JKX/6
Old Vikings Never Die40
Little hints to improve the Viking rigs. Might work on the DX-100 too
W4AWM
73 Tests the Knight T-60 Transmitter42
Here's another rig we can recommend. 80-6 meters, 60 watts, CW-AM
W4WKM
Antenna Protection and Switching Unit46
Built outdoors, where it should be. Keeps lightening out
W5EHC
Is Marconi Like Spaghetti, Daddy?50
Saga of the visiting amateurs, as reported from England
Margolis
Faithful, Long-lasting, Signal Booster52
It also works well and is simple to build
W9ZDN
Evolution of the Bug54
Historical aspects of this oft used, little mustered device
W3WRE
Cure that Angry Band57
Audio's selectivity with the FL-8 surplus audio filter
W4THU
BCI in Your QSO?58
K2DHA
73 Tests the Viking Ranger II61
Johnsen has nicely updated their most popular rig
W4API
Zero-Beatnick64
More fun with transistors
K6BIJ
High-Level Mixer66
You can mix the full output of your exciter to any band you desire
W5EHC
Modulation70
Our big technical article... This will make you an expert
Staff
Propagation Charts74
K2IGY
HTX-242 Ham Radio
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for this month:

KB2KYC
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W9CSX
K2US
N7MXQ

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