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73 Amateur Radio September 1968


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73 Amateur Radio September 1968
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Going VHF - In the Mobile6
W9HDF
Communicator Reborn14
W6HCX
432 MHz Amplifiers16
W6AJF
Quick Converters20
W9NLT
So You Think You're on Frequency27
K6MVH
Parallel T-Network Design30
Kyle
Starting Off on VHF32
WA1GEK
Learning - The Radio Code if You're Over 3034
W1EZT
1296 Megacycles - 196842
K2TKN
The VK3ATN Moonbounce Rhombic44
W2NSD/l
K2US: 1968 Ham Radio Expo48
WB2DLW/K3AFW
Appliance Operators - Please Turn Page59
WA4WAI
A Review of the Heathkit SB-110A60
Matthew
Six Meter Transceiver62
W2AJW
Rejuvenating Old RTTY Ribbons67
W5AQN
Two Sidebands From the Tower70
W4KAE
Getting Your Higher Class License - Part 674
Transmitters
Staff
The Care and Feeding of a Ham Club86
W5NQQ
Tables of Electronic Symbols for 73 Contributors94
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