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73 Amateur Radio March 1965


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73 Amateur Radio March 1965
TitleAuthors 
Page#
The Parametric-Transistor Multiplier0
A new development in electronics of great interest, no doubt
W6GXN,
Dual VHF Converter8
Combination 144/220 MHz Nuvistor converter
W9DUT
Two-Band Collinear Antenna10
For 40 and 15 meters, by George
W7CSD
Improving the Garden City TU16
Don't let the title fool you; it's a complete TU, whatever that is
W7CJB
Oscar III Orbit Computor20
Be ready for the bird to fly
W7SMC/6
The Ham22
Don't miss this one. It hurts. Illustrated by K3SUK
Pirolo
Converting the CB-1 to Six Meters26
Don't let those old CB rigs go to waste. Most are
WA2INM
The Big Bang28
A g.g. 813 linear
W4BV
A Better Converter32
Six meters, four transistors, two conversions
WA0HQA
Hints for Microwave34
To inspire you to get to work
K7ZFG
A New Power Tube36
The 8236 in an AM modulator. The tube is good for SSB, too
W1KSZ
Hybrid 432 MHz Exciter38
Get on 3/4 meters with only two tubes and a varactor
W9SEK
5/8 Wave Vertical for Two42
For people who live in backward, vertically polarized areas
K4DJG
Printed Circuits-Almost44
An effective method of attractive construction
W3ITO
Scope Pix Trix48
Take pictures of your scope traces
K6UGT
Easy Higher Power50
Using the 6146B
K9FWF
AC Transceiver Supply52
Our SSB power supply for this month
K4PNJ/4
Understanding Mixers54
You won't understand this article
W6BUV
Electronic Antenna Control60
Or how to point your beam the way your indicator points, or something
WA4GTA
DC'izing Scope62
Just what you've always wanted
K5JKX
The Missing Link66
A short discussion of the many troubles that beset our readers
K9AMD
El Toro68
Mosley's limited space antenna that you can use anywhere
W7OE
Heath GR-6472
Every ham should have a general coverage receiver. Here's a good bet
W3UZN
Understanding Schmidt Triggers74
If you want to understand Schmidt triggers, this is a good article for you. You probably don't
K5JKX
Waters Mobile Antenna79
As used on the block behemoth
W2NSD/1
UHF Dummy Load82
More UHF experimenteringistic gadgetry
K1CLL
Improved Halo Mount84
Fine for hams who send their cars to car washes instead of having the XYL do it
K3JZH
Icom 7800 Ham Radio
Popular Callsign Lookups
for this month:

KB2KYC
N9DAX
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