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73 Amateur Radio October 1978


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73 Amateur Radio October 1978
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Mighty Mods for the 820S0
more power and convenience
K4FK,
Rejuvenate A Pawnee!0
put it on 2
K4GRT,
Antenna Design: Something New!0
controlled-current distribution
W4FD,
DXpeditioning26
a "how to" guide
WA2VMS
VHF On Your Frequency Counter34
an easy-to-build prescaler
WB0KLH
The KM1CC Story38
hams celebrate Marconi's miracle
WA1JWD
Good News!44
easy autoranging for your counter
Lassagne
Improving Heath's HT54
a hall-dozen swell mods
WA6TLK
Total Control60
a versatile TT system
WB2MPZ
Oddball Splits and the IC-22S64
work any repeater
W6YUY
The History of Ham Radio68
part VI
W9CI
Reusing Coax Connectors72
worthwhile salvage job
W0FEV
Building From Magazine Articles74
the breadboard/wire-wrap way
WA7NEV
Super Simple TT Generator78
uses almost no components
WA6AFX
Microstrip80
magical PC technique explained
N6TX
Low-Pass Filler Primer98
tells all
K2OAW
Hello Hamdom!102
a Cber makes the switch
WN3NNY
More "Coming Of Age"103
VE3FLE
High Seas Adventure -Ham Style112
part I
WA6FEI
Build A Better Beeper122
variable time-interval generator
W3QVZ
DMM Buyer's Guide126
expert tells all
McClellan
Triple Threat130
Microlog's RTTY, Morse, and ASCII system
K3CMY
The Ultimate T-Hunt136
repeater jammer foiled again
WB6JPI
Two Meter HT Survey142
data on 21 rigs
K5XY
Interrupts Made Easy146
for 8080/S-100 users
WB6LOA
Use A Computer? Who, Me?154
yes you!
WB2HJD
Bird Watching in BASIC Land156
another use for your micro
K6EW
Computers and the Real World161
practical D/A and A/D conversion
WlFZA
World's Cheapest QSLs166
BASIC program keeps your log too
WA7VZR
The Long-Term Effects of Working with ICs182
learn the five warning signs
WA2SUT/NNN0ZVB
The Lady Saw Red184
if the shoe fits
WB4ZVZ
The Frugal Alternative186
home-brew an HT charger
W8FX/4
PLL Techniques188
a practical guide
Earnshaw
Build A TTY Tester198
works for TTL-compatible printers too
K7YZZ
It's A Ham's World210
show this one to a non-amateur
K2HTO
Attention. Weather Watchers!218
advanced circuitry for WEFAX processing
Cawthon
Interchangeable Test Leads249
individuality has limits
K2MPJ
Happiness Is A Smart Scanner250
mods for the PBM/AWE FMSC-l
K8JS
Tweaking Your Linear252
the right way to tune it
W5VSR
CB to 10254
part XII convert a Kraco PLL rig
W1PI
Tuned Circuits In Your Junk Box256
making do with what's on hand
W3KBM
Support Your Local Fire Chief258
hams and the safety services
W1FYR
Improved Scanner for the VHF/One plus262
a $4.00 mod does it
W7AAY
A Perfect Power Supply?268
well ...almost
WB3BUU/8/K8UR
Mobile Security Blanket270
remote control for older rigs
WA1RTD
Further Adventures of the IC-22S274
our hero gets offset flexibility
W6WUT
Build An Audible Transistor Tester291
it's a CPO, too
WB7NZG/DA1DB
Icom 7800 Ham Radio
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for this month:

WE4V
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N8UKC
KE5BYF
N9SQM

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738 Silver Marshall
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Reading Morse Code on your PC
FCC Datbase Lookup
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The Iambic Mouse
MaxTrac 900 Ham Conversion
GE MVP Ham Conversion
Weather Station
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PIC to Network
Morse Code Decoder Circuit