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73 Amateur Radio October 1964


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73 Amateur Radio October 1964
TitleAuthors 
Page#
A Ham In the White House?6
K3SUK
Compact Full Size 20 Meter Beam10
W3PMV
160 Meter Transmitter13
W4MLE
432 MHz Pre-Amp18
K6MIO
The SJS Receiver, Part 226
K5JKX
The P&H 2-15030
K6LOP
The 432'er Transmitter RF Section32
K1CLL
The 432'er Modulator44
KlCLL
The HP-23 Powers the Swan 10047
K6LOP
Modulated Calibration Oscillator48
Ives
Ten'er to Six51
K6GKU
Varactor Tripler to 43252
W6ORG
Blow Up That Meter56
W1ISI
City Life62
WA2WYJ
Crystal Refrigerator64
K3HTB
All About Noise Figure66
K5JKX
APX-6 to 1290 MHz76
I1LOV
IoAR News87
WA4PDX
New Amperex Tubes90
WA1CCH
NCL-2000 Linear92
W1ALU
Propagation Charts96
Nelson
Icom 7800 Ham Radio
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