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73 Amateur Radio February 1966


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73 Amateur Radio February 1966
TitleAuthors 
Page#
The Astro Ten0
Simple ten meter transmitter-converter for mobiling
W3YZC,
An 8163 Linear6
An all-band 2 kW linear
W6OVW
Some Ideas on Noise-Free CW Reception8
Why listen to all that trash?
K4DAD
And Then There's Phasing SSB10
Discussion and a simple practical exciter
WA6KLL
Better Selectivity for Your Transceiver16
CW selectivity makes CW operation easier
Roanhaus
A Crystal-Controlled Front-End20
Stable high-frequency reception on your old receiver
W1QIM
The Key to Peaceful Coexistance22
Between six meters and channel two
K6MVH
Breadboarding24
Excellent discussion of experimenting
W2DXH
Noise Considerations in a Pre-Amplifier28
Necessary information for UHF hams
WB2EGZ
Transistor Receiver-VU Style30
Scrounging wins!
VU2NR
Improving RTTY Reception38
Good hints for the teletype fan
W4EHU
Quick and Easy Bias Supplies42
Steal a little bias without fuss
K5JKX
A Word About Crystals44
And not on encouraging one, eitheri
K0JXO
The Design of Parabolic Reflectors46
Now, how do you make them?
K3PBY
Transistor CW Adapter50
Especially for the SB-33
W5JSN
Give and Take52
History of international radio conferences
W2AAA
The Zero Meter Band58
A bit of fine fantasy
WA2TDH
Automatic Tuning for the ARC-562
This one's a real thriller
W4WKM
Boasting Talk Power64
In ALC type transmitters
K2IKZ
Seeing Your SWR66
Clever scheme for antenna work
K5JKX
The 1215 Superhet, Part 374
The final article: if, of and assembly
K1CLL
Put Your SB-33 on CW78
A scheme totally unlike that on page 50
WA6PGA
73 Tests the Tunaverter80
A quick look at a tunable transistor converter
WA1CCH
How to Be a First Class Lid an Phone82
Without really trying
WA5DEL
The Crystal Decade90
Full frequency coverage with crystals
W4ATE
Hero of Ham Bands96
Deke put Nokomis on the map
K9AMD
Amateur Frequencies98
Wonder where forty went?
Schmeling
Semi-Modernizing Vibrator Power Supplies102
Get more power from those old Vibrapacks
W6TKA
Use Your GDO and Z-Meter104
They're very useful, as this article indicates
W0BMW
The Care of Storage Batteries108
At least lead-acid types
W5SOT
IC-746 Pro Ham Radio
Popular Callsign Lookups
for this month:

KB2KYC
N9DAX
K2US
W9CSX
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