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73 Amateur Radio July 1972


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73 Amateur Radio July 1972
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71 Meteor Shower DXing0
Real easy way to work 50 states on 2 meters. Haw!
W5KHT
Modern VHF Counter5
Part 2 of 3. This will be followed by a frequency synthesizer as part of the system
K2OAW
Solid State VHF Amplifier15
FM again? Well, actually any VHFer should enjoy building th is experimental amplifier. Looks ideal to beef up the new International Signal rigs
W9ZTK
The Phased-Lock Loop19
Hey, read this and snow everyone on 3999 with your tremendous technical knowledge. The P-L-L is here to stay so you might as well come to terms with it. The terms are easy
K4ZFD
VHF Converters23
Dual gate Mosfets, the best thing since DUZ?
W8RHR
Add $15 T-Power31
Vibrators are out, right? So here's a replacement to help you get that old kluge FM rig on the air
WB2BJN
1296 MHz Mixer33
Don't sneer, odds are you'll be looking back on this article in a year or so when you start thinking 1296 seriously
WB2YVY
Thick Film R-F Pre-amplifier45
For any band, really - but great for FMers
K9STH
The Heath IB-102 Prescaler63
The 73 Tech Ed checks it out. Likes
W4FQM
The VHF Specialists FM Amplifier69
Ten in, fifty out for 2m FMers
K1NUN
Tone Decoder and Carrier Relay Circuits83
Using the 741 op amp. Face it fellows, the 6SN7GT is no longer state-of-the-art and you might just as well start reading these op amp and phased lock loop articles without gnashing your teeth
K2OAW
Flying Spot Scanner for SSTV89
Solid state unit, simple, relatively. Are you going slow scan right now or going to wait and miss a lotof fun you could have had ?
WB8DQT
Active Filter Design, Part II97
Another chapter in the exciting "Filters Can Be Fun" series. Don't miss the madcap ending next month
K3PUR
IC-703 Ham Radio
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