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73 Amateur Radio March 1979


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73 Amateur Radio March 1979
TitleAuthors 
Page#
10 cent: Mod for the 2250
extra channels for $.00455 each
K5XT,
RAM Scan Your KDK26
amazing flexibility for $30
WB2JHN
The NCX-Match32
build something useful
WA6NCX/l
The Memorizer Goes to MARS38
expanded frequency coverage
KH6JMU
Build a Hybrid Capacity Meter40
digital circuitry, analog display
WA4HUU
Power Plus!42
a 20-Amp, adjustable, regulated dc supply
W6YUY
Reaching for the Top46
why stop with the General ticket?
N1PL
Universal Alarm Circuit50
detects heat, light, moisture... you name it
Staff
Exorcise Those Unwanted Frequencies54
try coaxial stub filters
Staff
The 10-GHz Cookbook60
monster article
K6IQL
Legalized ASCII! The Quad-S System!80
even the FCC approves
W2FJT
Brew Up a Beam for Two88
double-barreled design
VE3BSM
Keyboard Serialization90
when parallel isn't enough
Bosen
Ignition Noise and 2m FM94
one ham's cure
W3QG
An 8080 Repeater Control System100
part II: hardware
N3IC
DX Fantasy109
a moment in the sun
VE3FLE
Try a Log Periodic Antenna110
with a computerized design
WA1ZAC
New Coax Cable Designations112
watch for them
W5JJ
The Micro Magic Pi Designer114
figure networks with a minimum of fuss
Boelke
A Better Micoder116
no more battery woes
KG6JIF
Winning the QSO Name Game118
sure beats 3 x 5 cards
WA3MWM
A New Approach To Nicad Care119
charges up to ten at a time
W0LM
On the Razor's Edge122
it could happen
W5WY/l
Tips for VOM Users128
current topics
Staff
Chamber of Horrors144
a true story
WB6WFI/LB
An Intelligent Scanner for the HW-2036150
it's programmable
WA9TAH
Trickle-Cost Trickle Charger163
junk-box project
W5JJ
HTX-242 Ham Radio
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for this month:

WE8O
AB4TX
KD8BTQ
AC4F
KK4DOD

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