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73 Amateur Radio November 1966


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73 Amateur Radio November 1966
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Remove the Drudgery from Ham Radio0
Clever, but facetious, I think
WA2IKL,
Heath SB-400 Modification0
Use the SB-400 and SB-300 more effectively
W4NJF,
80 Watts on Two Meters6
A worthy successor to Bill's 50 watts for 50 meters
K1CLL
The Novice Class - Then and Now12
How it's changed over the years
W7OE
Tuning the RTTY Signal16
You can't receive teletype if you can't tune it
W4EHU
A WWV Receiver for $520
Convert a simple transistor set to receive 2.5 MHz
W2DXH
Streamlined Transistor Modulators24
You can fully modulate without a transformer
Thorpe
Ham TV, Part 226
The conclusion of this excellent article
K3ADS
High-Voltage Power Supplies30
An individualist's thoughts on transceiver power
K6ZGQ
VHF Antennas38
Useful hints from one of VHF's most respected hams
W6AJF
The Minican44
A soup can version of the Cantenna
W6JTT
A Stable VFO for VHF or HF46
Simple, inexpensive and effective. Transistorized, of course
K6RIL
The X-Beam50
Two small V-beams give a Rhombic-like pattern
W4TDI
The Humidivox58
An original scheme to avoid certain FCC trouble
WA2IKZ
A Disappearing Antenna62
Now you see it; now you don't
W6DFT
Custom Decals66
A real thriller
W9SLM
A Simple C-R Bridge68
Every ham needs a capacitance-resistance bridge
WB6AFN
Down Range - AFETR70
Life at missile-tracking stations doesn't sound bad
WA4NXC
The Second Requirement72
Are you getting full output from your transmitter?
WB2HAL
The Heath GR-54 SWL Receiver78
It's a nice inexpensive general-coverage receiver
W3UZN
Healthy Ham Clubs80
Improve your club, it's not hard
W6DDB
Gus: Part 1794
Gus continues his visit in the Indian Ocean islands
W4BPD
Ham Microwave Propagation98
Important information for the ham interested in experimenting in our fascinating microwave bands
WA6PZR
WTW Progress Report106
When are you going to join the growing list of WTW winners?
W4BPD
IC-746 Pro Ham Radio
Popular Callsign Lookups
for this month:

WE4V
N9SQM
KK4DOD
N8UKC
KE5BYF

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