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73 Amateur Radio December 1978


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73 Amateur Radio December 1978
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Space Age Surplus0
your own Saturn V?
Endress,
DX Delight0
a do-it-all program
WA4VQD,
A DXer's Dream Vacation30
try sunny Montserrat
WB6JPZ
Close Encounters36
the eyes of Texans are upon them
K8NQN
The Schizophrenic Triangle44
a split-personality radiator
WA4JTJ
From CW to Computers48
a digital modulation primer
N6RY
A 28 Cent Touchtone Mod56
something for (almost) nothing
W9CGI
An X-Band Transceiver64
more 10-GHz fun
W1SNN
SSTV Recorder Controller82
replaces your index finger
K3JML
Receiver Diseases90
and how to Cure them
K4IPV
Autophasing for WEFAX96
preserve your mental health
Cawthon
The Lunch Counter105
eat it up
WA4PIN
Confessions of a Stripper114
confirmed junkor tells all
K5GNZ
Tuned Feeders and Other Good Stuff118
who needs coax?
W0VM
Build a Realistic S-Meter126
"you're S9 + 40, OM!"
DJ3NW
Wow! A Good Portable Receiver!130
thanks, Panasonic!
WA2EJT
The XITEX Video Terminal132
a quiet alternative to your Model 15
AH6AQ
Light Up Your Life136
the 2036 glows digital
WA4NUE
High Seas Adventure-Ham Style142
part III
WA6FEI
Whither Microcomputers?148
a pro looks ahead
WB2HJD
SSTV Meets SWTPC: Part 2152
micro-enhanced pictures
K6AEP
A Multi-Memory Morse Machine160
using a Motorola micro
WA8TIW
"This is Your Computer Speaking"164
how to dial up your micro
Sorrels
RTTY with the KIM170
one more step
VE1AKL
Big Max Attacks182
it's W2DU vs. K4KI, in the battle of the bazooka
W2DU
The Packet Radio Revolution192
pioneers, take note!
VE2PY
This Voltage Standard Is Precise!200
and makes calibration a snap
WB6NTR
The 22S Goes Digital206
add 7-segment displays
KH6IEL
WARC '79 Preview212
showdown in Geneva
WA9MZS
The "Flim-Flam" Factor216
another biased article
WA2SUT/NNN0ZVB
Build the Flexi-Filter222
a very active device
W3QVZ
The Klassic Kilowatt226
four 811As do it
K4TWJ
Ham Radio Goes to School230
10-year-olds love it
N2CF
What's Your uF?234
a six-digit answer
K5BTV
Fail-Safe250
protecting repeater batteries
WA7DPX
Code-Practice Oscillators256
an exhaustive report
W6GXN
PCs Are Easy270
step-by-step details
VE3CGE
The Games People Play274
why not hams?
WB3EUG
An Improved HV Tube Socket287
easy modification
Miller
Icom 7800 Ham Radio
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for this month:

AB4TX
WB5PPV

KE6QED
KB1OPY

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