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73 Amateur Radio May 1962


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73 Amateur Radio May 1962
TitleAuthors 
Page#
6M Double-Sideband AM Transmitter0
Uses circuit board. Whole bunch of fellows are getting on with this simple rig
K8AOE,
Two Meter Tank and Coupler6
Part 1 on a marvelous two meter rig
W9DUT
Simple Antenna Mast8
22 feet for $4.00
K3LTB/5
Two'er Modifications16
AC/DC power supply, new osc. circuit. Applicable to 10'er & 6'er too
K2ORY
73 Tests the Telco 201 Converter18
This six meter nuvistor converter is amazing
WA2INM
ARC-5 VHF20
Inexpensive surplus rig auto-tunes to 6, 2, and 1-1/4 meters
WA2FHC
73 Tests the Clegg 99'er22
Everybody probably already knows that this rig is great
WA2HVK
7077 Two Meter Converter24
73 is first again with an application of this new ceramic tube
WA6EWV
Four Layer Devices30
Keeping you abreast of fast moving developments in solid state gadgets
K4CPR
A New Broom32
Sweep generator for aligning filters and stuff
K6JHJ
All Band Linear34
Using four EL-34's (those hi-fi tubes) 300 watts
W9CJS
FSK Without Relays38
Diode keying unit replaces polar relays for the RTTY group
W5QJR
Do Hams Have Fun?40
You'll have fun with this one
W4WQT
Receiver Prices46
Original prices and dates on old receivers. Nostalgia, Inflation!
W0HKF
The 85 B14 Receiver50
This receiver should keep you out of trouble for this month
Bernard
Vacuum Capacitor Traps60
Surplus vacuum condenser units for multi-band traps
W4API
Budget VTVM62
Easy to build gadget. Get out the soldering iron
W7INX
Notes on Silicon Rectifiers66
We'll have to start a silicon rectifier department soon
K5IPY
73 Tests the Heath HA-10 Linear68
Another Heath rig proves out FB
K3KMO
Complete Fire Insurance70
Or, how to keep your transistors out of the garbage
W6VAT
73 Tests the Knight RF Z Bridge and Pocket VOM74
For $5.85 and $9.95 you sure don't go wrong
WA2INM
73 Tests the Hallicrafters HT-40K76
New kit from Hallicrafters
W3UZN
Propagation Charts78
What time to where, when, on what band... Probably
K2IGY
RF Q Multiplier80
More fun with the 2N169A
K6BIJ
High Power Antenna Switching Unit82
Using one of the ART-13 antenna switching units to good effect
W4WKM
A Cheap, Simple, Plate Modulator86
The surplus Command Set MD-7 is cheap and works fine
WA2PGX
Keep Your Key from Crawling89
Without bolting it to the table
Pyle
IC-746 Pro Ham Radio
Popular Callsign Lookups
for this month:

KB2KYC
N9DAX
K2US
W9CSX
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