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73 Amateur Radio November 1976


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73 Amateur Radio November 1976
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Ham Time-Sharing is Here for You!0
via a repeater
WB4YTU/
Baudot and BASIC0
an interpreter for a Baudot computer
W5CUD,
Cordless Iron Tips26
when you're up against the Wahl
K9POX
Bicycle Mobile30
cover feature
WB4SNC
Build a Simple "Lab" Scope32
costs less than $70!
K8JWR
Get on Six with Surplus40
the el cheapo RT-70 is a natural
WA5HLE
The Beam Saver46
rotor memory system
W6YUY
Updated Universal Frequency Generator50
extremely versatile test unit
K3EZ
Who, me? A Pioneer?54
some fantastic frontiers are wide open
W5WGF
The Shirt Pocket Touchtone58
auto-patch from your HT or car
K4TWJ
Put Your Name in Lights60
giant nixie message display
W4LLR
Liquid Crystal Display Guide62
for low, low, low power consumption
WB5DEP
Self-Powered Mi ke Preamp65
when you need to SPEAK UP
WA5KPG
See the World and Get Paid!75
merchant marine radio officers: part I
Hargett
The Wind Counter84
the digital wind sock
W9CGI
The S38 Is Not Dead!88
a tale of resurrection
W6GXN
ID with a PROM90
and program it yourself
W7JSN
The Amazing Inverted L94
antenna for 20, 40 and 80m
K8ANG
Battery Chargers Exposed98
more than you probably wanted to know
W6GXN
How Do You Use ICs?106
part III
WA2SUT/NNN0ZVB
Thirty Years of Ham RTTY110
from the Model 12 to the microprocessor
W2NSD/l
Big Noise Burglar Alarm114
lights flashing, horns blaring
WA3SWS
Dandy Digital Dial Decoder116
to control whatever you want
W9CGI
Weather Satellite Display Control122
integrating CRT and FAX displays
WB8DQT
The Soft Art of Programming140
part II
Didday
OSCAR Orbits on Your Altair146
the software you've needed
G3ZCZ
ASCII /Baudot Converter for Your TVT150
series or parallel to boot
Roloff
The Smoke Tester159
power supply checker outer
W7RXV
The Coffee Flipper162
and executive decision maker
WA3VXH
The Man Who Invented AC164
Tesla, the greatest pioneer of them all!
Goldman
Baudot to ASCII172
you want to learn programming?
Borgerson
Toward a More Perfect Touchtone Decoder178
Ma's system can be made to work well
WA3VXH
Using a Wireless Broadcaster184
two good ham uses
WA9VGS
The Quiet Spy188
amateur uncovers spy ring in U.S.!
Matlack
The Benefits of Sidetone Monitoring191
and how to do it
Staff
Paolo258
W7IDF
IC-V8000 Ham Radio
Popular Callsign Lookups
for this month:

K2US
WA2ECL
N8UKC
KD7KHY
KE5TZT

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