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73 Amateur Radio January 1977


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73 Amateur Radio January 1977
TitleAuthors 
Page#
The Beeper0
NASA-type beeping
WB8VQD,
SSTV Test Generator22
invaluable diagnostic tool
WA6VVL
How Does Your Rig Perform?28
an example using the HW-1
W6AGX
Art and the PC Board32
new uses for copperclad boards
W7RXV
The "New" 88 Channel IC-22v36
add two switches and flip
WA6OAZ
A No Hands Telephone Dialer40
mobile accessory using a ROM
WA1PNG
What's the Best Antenna for 160?44
the inverted vee compromise
W5USM
Ten Meters: Dead or Alive?48
K2HTO
200 lb. Cookie57
microwave repeater control
WA6ITF
Weather Satellite Simulator58
do-it-yourself satellite?
W9CGI
An Automatic Thermostat62
saves 10% on your fuel bill
W1HCI
Mod for the Heath IO-102 Scope65
faster warm-up
WB4MYL
The UFO Connection68
that was somebody fooling around, wasn't it?
K8NQN
Go Forth and Multiply!76
the space age approach
W1HCI
How to Find a Forgetful Memory80
diagnostics for a thoughtless computer
VE3DWC
A Super Log83
a program for the ham shack computer
WA7SCB
Short On Memory?90
build this 2K board for your 6800
WB2ZCF
A Software Replacement for the Muffin Fan96
IC cooling program
WA1FEF
1,000 WPM Morse Code Typer100
for the bionic brass pounder
WB2DFA
It Works! The First Time!104
the Seals Electronics memory board
WB4WRH
The New Improved TT Decoder Updated107
better
W7JSW
The Polarity Changers108
plus to minus
Staff
Repeaters in New Zealand110
quite a few
ZL2AMJ
A VFO for Sidebanders116
5-5.5 MHz
VK3XU
Practical Solar Cell Power118
great for remote repeaters
W2EUP
A Simple RC Substitution Box120
using a matrix
Staff
The Compactron Audio Driver122
three tubes in one
WA5SWD
The Junk Box as an Art Form126
new use for blown capacitors
W8GI
The Mod Squad Goes 220128
pub serv receiver for pocket 220
WA6JMM
Double Sideband: Something New?130
one for voice, one for SSTV
K7YZZ
Carbonize Your Crystal134
a return to the carbon mike
WB6MXD
How Does Sideband Really Stack Up?136
the SSB solution?
WB6JNN
Son of the Overload Relay140
if you can't buy 'em, build 'em!
W2OLU
No-Wire Antenna Switch142
a clever remote system
WA0NUX
Ham Phone Answering Service148
leave messages
W6GUU
Dear Good Buddy152
the perils of radio
W7IDF
SWR Myth Exploded Again156
how does swr really affect signal strength?
WA1JFU
Dirt Cheap Regulation158
virtually freebee
W3GAT/2
A Vest Pocket QRP Rig160
if you have a big one
K5JRN
Where You Can't Solder or Weld162
joining dissimilar metals.
WA4VWY
Exciting New Touchtone IC164
make phone calls with your HT
WA0CKG
Revisiting the COR166
improvements on the April 76 model
W7JSW
The Mighty Magnet Mount Antenna168
the price is right: zilch
WA1PDY
A 15.75 kHz Oscillator170
simple TV test unit
XE1CMB
Behavior Mod for the HM-l02172
pretty simple
W3VT
Antenna Magic174
good advice on antenna fundamentals
WB0HAF
See Yourself Talk178
build a sideband monitor scope
VK5YH
The Hidden Charger180
simplest charger yet
WB8IMY
IC Compressor-Expander182
why go only halfway?
Staff
Measure Your Wasted Power184
how much are you losing in your feedline?
Staff
IC-703 Ham Radio
Popular Callsign Lookups
for this month:

WE4V
N8UKC
KK4DOD
KE5BYF
N9SQM

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