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73 Amateur Radio August 1969


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73 Amateur Radio August 1969
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Listen In on Two-Meter FM Repeater4
Two little ole transistors in this simple monitor receiver
K0VQY
An FET Regenerative Receiver for 3.5 mhz and Up6
Or use two FET's and have a ball on the low bands
W6OSA
Multi-Channel FM Operation12
Adding relay crystal switching to commercial FM gear
WA7EVX
The Case for the 5/8 wave Vertical14
John makes a very good case indeed for this antenna
W2EEY
The Genesis of Radio Reception22
History Lesson
WlUSM
An Introduction to Integrated Circuits26
Let's hope that an intimate relationship results
WAlFHJ
RTTY Tone Generator32
Now you can mark and space up a storm
W7FLC
General Purpose Good-Bad Transistor Tester41
Use less if all your transistors are in excellent shape
W0KKA
A Compact Two-Meter Transmitter42
2E26 output, phone
W4UOY
Measuring f t of Surplus Transistors46
There are some enormous bargains around
WA1FRJ
Skylines for 160, Made Simpler49
160M antennas, from A to exhaustion
WlEZT
The Triac59
New gadget you should know about. Wot next?
K8TSQ
430-470 khz Sweep Frequency Generator62
That's khz, not mhz. This is for aligning i-f strips
WA5SWD
What Do You Think?64
A special 73 metaphysical feature
KlOXK
Leaky Lines66
Grumbles by Sam ... err, Dave
K2AGZ
Magikey -- for Automatic Didahs68
Another automatic key and a good one - 2 transistors
W3SGV
FM = Fun Maker72
Say, are you missing out on the FM bandwagon?
K2PTS
The SB100 on Six Meters74
It's possible
WB4CXL
Measuring the Frequency of Unmarked Crystals76
Different simple ways of doing this
K1EUJ
Extra Class Study Course. Part VII78
There is no excuse for failing the test if you read this
Staff
Now You Too Can Have A Deviation Meter96
Don't deviate too much
K9STM
Two Transistor 1500 Mile Transmitter98
1/4 watt super QRP rig for some excitement
K0VQY
Long Circular Quads101
Our cover feature for moon bounce work
WA4KAE
Measuring FM Receiver Noise Figure112
Taking the mystery out of this for FM receivers
W8BBB
Would You Like To Be A Broadcast Engineer?117
No
K2ULR
Distress : The Amateur and the Coast Guard122
What happens when an amateur passes along a distress call
WB6UKX
A Transistor Parameter Tracer128
Useful, unless tubes come back again
K3PUR
What Are We Here For?134
Sometimes, as we tune the bands, perhaps we wonder too
W8RHR
Icom 7800 Ham Radio
Popular Callsign Lookups
for this month:

KC2OBW

N9SQM
KE5BYF
KD7KHY

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