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73 Amateur Radio May 1967


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73 Amateur Radio May 1967
TitleAuthors 
Page#
The Three-Element Quad0
For cracking DX pileups on 20 meters
K8YIB,
An Easy-to-Erect Quad0
The "Down-Under" approach to building quads
VK5BI,
The Quad-Quad-Quad6
Sixteen quads on a single mast for 144 and 432
VE3DNR
The Expanded Quad16
More gain and directivity on 10, 15 and 20
WA5KXY
An Inexpensive DX Antenna20
A low-cost, two-element quad for DXer's
WA6WUI
The Miniquad23
A practical small size quad for twenty meters
WA2APT
A Full-Size 7 MHz Rotary Cubical Quad26
For hams with big backyards
K6DDO
Experiments with Quad Antennas32
Optimum designs for HF and VHF quads
IIRR
The Half-Quad Antenna35
Half a quad is better than none
W0SII
A Light Four-Element Quad for 20 Meters41
Lightweight but potent
K0UKN
Tilt That Quad at a Dollar a Foot46
Forty feet for $39.75
W7UXX
Quad Bibliography53
Twenty years of quad antennas
W1DTY
A FET VFO for 80 Meters56
High-stability with FET
W1DTY
Tube Symptom Troubleshooting61
If you must use vacuum tubes
WA0NEA
A 200 Watt Dummy Load for $266
For low-interference tuning
W2OLU
The Easy Way to Decibels69
But not completely without math
K3PXT
The Highflyer72
A complete homebrew receiver for 80 through 10
W6BLZ
Geometric Circuit Design82
Designing complex circuits with a ruler and protractor
Bradford
A Field Effect Transistor Converter86
Low cross-modulation on 10, 15, and 20
K6DQB
WWV on the Mohawk89
Without a lot of work
K8KWQ
High-Pass Receiving Antenna Filters90
Eliminating spurious signals in HF receivers
K6KA
Climbing the Novice Ladder: Part 697
Joe and Judy take the code test
W7OE
The Heathkit HW-32A 20 Meter Transceiver102
One of Heath's new single-banders
W1DTY
Gus: Part 23106
A hot trip through darkest Africa
W4BPD
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