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73 Amateur Radio July 1967


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73 Amateur Radio July 1967
TitleAuthors 
Page#
North of the Border6
Amateur radio in Canada
VE1TG
Suppressed Carrier Amplitude Modulator10
Double-sideband adapter for AM rigs
VE7PQ
A Homebrew 50-Foot Tower12
Low-cost, self-supporting, tilt-over construction
VE6KS
Simplified Transistor Design for the Ham14
It's easy when you know Ohm's law
VE1ADH
VE0 Ahoy22
Canadian maritime-mobile stations
VE1TG
World's Fair - 193930
And the W2USA radio club
Staff
Plain Ground Plane: Antenna36
An economical antenna for working DX
VE7BBM
The Hybrid G4ZU Superbeam38
A very effective three-band beam for 10, 15, and 20
VE3AHU
A Slow-Scan Television Monitor42
An economical design using surplus components
W9VZL
FET Pre-Amplifiers for 144 and 432 MHz48
2.5 dB noise figure on 432
W6OSA
A 30 MHz IF Strip Using Integrated Circuits52
85 dB gain in a small package
W7AKS
An Un-Guyed Vertical Antenna56
Very useful for small backyards
W6JTT
Two Cheap Crank-Knobs58
Great arm savers for wide tuning ranges
VE3BUE
The Tri-Amp61
Versatile audio test unit
K6UGT
Wide-Range VHF-UHF Dipper64
130 to 1,300 MHz with transistors
K1CLL
A Few Tower Hints70
Protecting your rotator against the weather
WA1ABP
Monitoring With an Oscilloscope72
Check the quality of your transmissions
W0OPA
The Basic Desk76
A neat operating desk for the itinerant operator
W0QOJ
Is Rock Bounce Practical?78
Mobile experimenters take note
G3BID
Moonray80
Amateur radio on the moon
W1DTY
Transmit Control With the 32S-1 Receiver82
Without modifying the receiver
W6EUV
Project: High School Amateur Radio Club84
How to get one going and maintain it
WA0NDV
Heath HR-10 Modifications86
Increased sensitivity and selectivity
VE3FYL
Glub, Glub, I'm Drowning88
In a sea of noise
WA0NQL
The Galaxy V, Mark 294
A review of Galaxy's newest transceiver
W1DTY
The Heathkit SB401 Transmitter98
Benton Harbor's new companion to the SB301
W2DJL
Climbing the Novice Ladder: Part 8102
Judy and Joe approach the pinnacle of achievement
W7OE
Gus: Part 25108
Capetown, South Africa
W4BPD
IC-746 Pro 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