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73 Amateur Radio June 1965


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73 Amateur Radio June 1965
TitleAuthors 
Page#
A VFO With FSK Provisions18
A stable VFO for the SSB-RTTY man
W6TKA
Shoulder Strap Portable22
An easy-to-build 6 meter rig for portable operation
K1CLL
Superimposing 6 Meters on Your Tri-Bander25
The ideal match for a transmitting converter
W4API
The Waters Cadax26
A very fine all-purpose electronic key
WA2TDH
73 Tests the Henry 2K Linear28
An Imperial Gallon
W2NSD/1
Gus, Part 230
In which a country boy from South Carolina finds true happiness
W48PD
Interlaced Sync Generator for Ham TV34
A reply to the anguished cries for more TV information
WlJJL
Fixed or Mobile36
Some notes on hamming for the handicapped
WA9AFI
A Compact DC-to-DC Converter38
Especially useful for that one tube in a transistor rig
W6GXN
Oscar Round-Up40
Who was worked and who was heard
K0CER
A Surplus Sleeper44
Here's one you may have overlooked
W9SLM
The Kitchen Heat Sink46
We try to get the best titles
W0CGQ
Converting the R-508/ARC48
A modern surplus receiver for 118-148 MHz
W4WKM
Using the 416B on 220 MHz52
In the CG-50ABM
W5AJG
High-Power with the ART-1356
Souping up an old reliable
K4PFK
Converting the ARC-460
A versatile 2 meter transceiver with little work
W4WKM
The CV-253/ALR Converter66
A useful receiver for 38 to 1000 MHz
W1KSZ
220 MHz Converter from the ARC-2768
Tunable to get rid of the trash and birdies
W5AJG
Adding GDO Features to the TS47A/APR74
Every VHF-UHF ham needs a GDO. Here's an easy one
W5AJG
A Surplus Gold Mine78
More specifically, the R-105A/ARR-15
W4WKM
432 MHz Pre-Amplifier From the TD282
Uses a 416B
W5AJG
Fantastic Surplus Catalog Section91
Needs no explanation. Just drool and order
Staff
Icom 7800 Ham Radio
Popular Callsign Lookups
for this month:

AB4TX
WB5PPV

KE6QED
KB1OPY

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