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73 Amateur Radio October 1962


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73 Amateur Radio October 1962
TitleAuthors 
Page#
VHF'ing with the Standard Coil Tuner6
The cheapest really hot VHF converter yet published
W4WKM
50 Watts on 50 MHz in 50 Seconds10
Starting with the Heath DX-20
K9STH
20 Meter SSB Exciter12
Completely transistorized to boot
W5FRC
Four Layer Semi-conductors16
Self completing automatic bug and other adventures of these new gadgets
K8AOE
Improved Base Clipper20
Eliminates all signals below a given adjustable amplitude
Ives
This May be the Cause of Your Chirp22
If you've been chirpy lately
K7MSL
73 Tries the Irving Preverter24
Two and six meter pre-amplifier. Boyoboyoboy!
Staff
Tone Modulated Crystal Standard26
Standardizes you up to 225 MHz and you don't need a BFO either
W9DUT
Transmitter Design30
Big technical article for the month. Passably interesting or better
K5JKX
Are You Being Lied To, OM?42
SWR bridges can be big liars
KZ5SW
How to Scrounge a Deluxe Junkbox44
Without having to work for a parts distributor
K9AAI
The Local Net50
29,560 kHz.  Many other groups are using 52.525 MHz FM, etc
W4MLE
Modernizing the VF-154
Stabilizing this fleet-footed sprinter
W2RHD
Mobile Whip60
Har!
Rodgers
Control Circuit for RTTY62
Why use ten switches when one will do? Laziness, that's why
W0PHY
Sirnplescope, Part 263
Part 1 was back in September 1961. Great gadget
K8AOE
V-Beam64
They stand up to the gales remarkably well
G3BID
Metailic Rectifier Circuitry66
Sort of a supplement to our article on power supplies in July '61
K9MYZ
Imagination70
A call for the trial of new ideas
W4API
On the Use of the Amateur Bands72
Someone is always proposing a new division of the bands
KZ5SW
The AN/ARC-282
Stop writing in for this conversion, here it is
W4WKM
FM Rejecting Stub90
In case you don't like FM birdies in your receiver
W8HOA
Converting the BC-65292
Inexpensive 2-6 MHz surplus receiver
W1MEG
HTX-242 Ham Radio
Popular Callsign Lookups
for this month:

K2US
WA2ECL
N8UKC
KD7KHY
KE5TZT

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