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73 Amateur Radio June 1962


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73 Amateur Radio June 1962
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Echo Deluxe6
Two meter transmitter with a commercial appearance
W9DUT
The Friendly Frequency14
52.525 MHz
W9YCB
Six and Two Meter Nuvistor Pre-Amplifiers16
Pre-amplifiers are easier to build than converters
K9ARA
Milliwatt RF Power Measurements18
For those low power transistor rigs and transceivers
K4UWX
Noise Limiter for the NC-30020
Rate-of-change type limiter
W8IQN
Six Meter Transistor Converter22
Runs directly from your 12 volt system
W3HIX
Simple Tuner for Long Waves24
Explore these long-forgotten frequencies
K0VQY
A kW/SWR Power Meter26
You can leave it in the line if you want
W6VAT
Selectivity Plus30
Putting a mechanical filter in the homebrew receiver
W9OFD
Overload Relay34
Beats fuses all hollow
W0OPA
73 Cent Noise Clipper36
A good price. Connects between receiver and headphones
K0WML
Tape Recorder on SSB38
Use tape loops for those long, long CQ's
KZ5SW
Phase Inversion40
Hi-Fi on the hambands? Forsooth!
W4JKL
Electronic Keyer42
Cheap, simple and effective. Get cracking!
K3KMO
Pop Box44
Now you can generate your own ignition interference. Make friends with the neighbors
K8ERV
Selected Circuits46
Looking at the RF Communications Assoc. sideband transceiver
W4WKM
Diathermy50
If it isn't too late you might grab any available units
W4WKM
160 Meter Converter52
Lots doing down on 160, but maybe your receiver doesn't cover the band
W1OOP
Crystal Control for the DSB-10054
For nets, Novices. etc
W2BZN
73 Tests the Knight Kit Code Practice Oscillator56
Inexpensive and works fine
WA2INM
Break-In CW with the 20-A58
Or any other imitation of the 20-A
K2ISP
Seneca Modulation and Keying60
Couple of modifications for Seneca owners
WA2GCF
How is Your Ham Image?62
Martin makes some good points
K7NZA
Calibrate Your Antenna System64
Getting some mileage out of your SWR meter
K2DHA
A Review of the NC-190 and the NC-15569
They're OK
Staff
The Perfect Setup74
Some improvements on overall station setup
K0OFB/2
Propagation Charts78
Goodbye ten meters
K2IGY
A Crystal Diode Noise Generator80
Exceptionally handy for tuning up receivers. Builds in minutes
W5TEV
Receivership82
Ray has had his problems
W2TAM
Values, Etc.86
Some basic discussion on parts values. Read
K5JKX
IC-V8000 Ham Radio
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for this month:

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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