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73 Amateur Radio May 1968


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73 Amateur Radio May 1968
TitleAuthors 
Page#
The UFO Network2
Setting up to track the whetever they ares
W2NSD/1
Practical Miniature Antennas for 80-10 Meters6
Only 80 inches for 80 meters!
W8VVT
The Diamond Array10
One-element 40M quad which also works on 20 and 10
W6LLN
Why Not?11
Why not put a VHF yagi beam on your low-band beamm boom?
W6HGX
Do It With Wire14
A wire antenna fed with twinlead that works all bands
K3QKO
Durable Gamma Match16
Clever idea by one of our DX newcomers
K4IIF
How to Hang a Dipole18
Including a haywire bridge to get it right
W2DXH
Matching Stubs24
SWR depends on matching the antenna to the feedline
WA5STM
Ten Meter Dipole30
Simple, effective, wideband vertical dipole
W6BLZ
Duo-Vee Beam32
10 and 15m beam on one boom with no interaction
K1UFQ
Computer Design of Beam Antennas34
Great for those of you with a nice computer handy
WA4WWM
A Primer of Basic Antenna Theory40
This should count towards the Advanced study course
W6ZGO
73 Hamfest for July 6th49
Come on up to New Hampshire end have some fun with us
W2NSD/1
Triangular Loop Beams50
40 through 10 meters.  These may become very popular
W6DL
The Selcal58
An RTTY stunt box using ICs
K8ERV
Hardware Store Groundplane71
Flanges, nylon pipe, aluminum tubing, it is all there
WA4UZM
Are Phone Patches Legal?72
If we tell you here you won't read the article
K6MVH
Amateur Radio and Public Service74
Getting set up on 7255 for emergency traffic
W2CFP
Microfilm Your Magazines76
How to do it
WA4HRX
Advanced Class Study Course - Part 282
Simple way to know your theory instead of memorizing answers
Staff
Technical Aid Group92
These fellows will answer your technical questions
Staff
A New Quad98
The Reginair 321 quad
WA1BUN
IC-V8000 Ham Radio
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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