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73 Amateur Radio December 1965


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73 Amateur Radio December 1965
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Gus, Part 80
Gus descends on Lebanon, Egypt and the Seychelles
W4BPD,
Solid-State 432 Exciter6
Puts out 8 watts on 432 MHz. A ham scoop
W9SEK
Two Through Twenty Field Strength Meter9
Tunable and transistorized, too
W7OE
8058 Nuvistor Preamp for 432 MHz10
Complete plans and layouts
I1L0V
UHF-VHF Dipper11
50 to 500 MHz with no work
WA1CCH
Transistorized FSM14
Printed circuit board available for this one
W1JJL
Ham Christmas Gifts16
Ho, ho, ho! It's that time again
unknow
RF Measurements20
Build a Q-meter and impedance bridge
K5JKX
Licensing in the Belgian Rallies24
A report on the 1964 rallies
G3BID
A New Two Meter Heterodyne Exciter28
Use a suppresser balanced mixer to get on two
WA2JAM
A Regulated Solid-State Supply34
Here's the supply for the 432 exciter on page 6
W9SEK
Transistor Twenty38
A tunable twenty meter converter
Scott
Frame Your Awards40
A few hints on showing off your prizes
W7OE
Lazy Man's Phone CQ'er42
A voice controlled relay
WA2MTB
The 1215 Transistor Superhet46
Part 1; The Mixer
K1CLL
The Solid-State Slippery Six50
A transistorized heterodyne VFO
K1CLL
A Crystal Controlled Front-End52
Put that old pre-selector to work
K1QIM
Field Effect Transistor Primer54
Another ham scoop. FET's are mighty useful
WA6BSO
A Doll for Serifina66
Reminiscences of an old ship sparks
W7IDF
Build a 4-1000A Socket70
The tubes can be cheap, but the sockets!
W7CSD
An Audio Frequency Standard72
Transistorized, of course
K8ERV
A Bumper Mount for "Impossible" Cars78
If one won't do it, why not use two?
W7SMC
The Full-Wave Tripler Myth100
We don't like to rush things
W6LWE
A Low-Power Standby Transmitter104
AM on HF?
W7CSD
The Three-in-One Birdcage Beam110
For 10, 15, and 20
ZS3NZ
Icom 7800 Ham Radio
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