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73 Amateur Radio November 1979


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73 Amateur Radio November 1979
TitleAuthors 
Page#
"Hey! That Sounds Like .01 uF!"0
intended for the blind, this audible multitester is great for everyone
W4KIX,
New Rig for 10 FM38
a review of the Comtronix FM80
K4TWJ
The Black Art of Antenna Design40
shedding some light on the workings of vertical whips
Reynolds
Introducing the 2m/220 Connection48
give crossband operation a try with this inter-connection scheme
WB4HXE
A Fresh Start for your Old Tx52
modernize it with grid-block keying
KE4Y
An Inflation fighter for 22054
join the fun inexpensively
WA3HWG
Building Long Yagis for UHF56
some pitfalls to avoid
W8DMR
Working with FETs60
part I
WA2SUT/NNN0VB
The MARC Success Story64
your club can do it, too!
K9EID
Want to Upgrade? Take a Tip from a Ham Who Did!66
previewing the new code test
KB8FC
A Microwave Primer68
waveguides, x-band, and other fun stuff
W1SNN
CB to 1072
part XX: converting the Royce 1-655
N8AMR
Something New: the MVM74
"most versatile meter" measures capacitance and frequency
Ogushwitz
Amplify Your 6-Meter Fun80
a cheap but effective linear
N4QH
CB to 1082
part XXI : the Johnson Viking 352
WA6OYS
Exploring Uncle Sam's Bookstore84
what's for you at the GPO
WB3DRF
Computerized Slow Scan Revisited90
further enhancements for the K6AEP system
K6AEP
Son of Keycoder106
an even Slmpler CW typewriter
W4RNL
Sloppiness will Get You Nowhere116
organize your coax
WA5TDT
The Satellite TV Primer120
thousands watch satellite TV every day, here 's how they do it and what they see
W5KHT
A Three-Digit Timer for TTL Illiterates136
c'mon, tube fans, give it a try
K3VTQ
Sound for the CMOS Logic Probe138
keeps your eyes on your work
WB9PHM
External Relay Control for Converted CBs140
switch anything with this setup
W5JJ
Preserve Your Sanity with this Midland 509 Mod144
why put up with rotten noises?
WA6MPG
Touchtoning Your Memorizer146
Yaesu's made it easy
AD1B
The Small But Mighty Arboreal Aerial148
tree-hanging tri-band vertical
K5JRN
What Do You When Your Rotator Dies!149
you fix it like this
W5JJ
Beams vs. Linears: Which Should You Buy First?156
get the most bang for your buck
N4OE
The Chicken Delight Beam158
a tasty morsel for 10
K8SD
The TR-7500 Goes Inverted160
see you on the flip-flop
WA2JKN
Ready for the New Repeater Subband?162
your FT-221R can be
WA6FWQ
The W4HCY Antenna System178
give this new design a try
W4HCY
A 3-Band Mast-Mountable Miniquad182
a quad need not be monstrous
WA6UHU
Bargains in Remote Antenna Switches185
watch for these surplus gems
W5JJ
A No-Nonsense Operating Table186
basically, it's a flat surface on legs
Anderson
IC-746 Pro Ham Radio
Popular Callsign Lookups
for this month:


N0KK
KD4FRB
N9SQM
N8UKC

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