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73 Amateur Radio December 1979


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73 Amateur Radio December 1979
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Build this $50 Mini-Counter0
three-IC design goes to 135 MHz
New Product: Swan's Astro 150 SSB Transceiver32
WB8BTH
Low-Cost Receiver for Satellite TV38
this modular design uses readily available technology
N6TX
A Simple 2m/10m Crossband Repeater System44
work the world with an HT!
K9EID
Audio Booster for Mil-Surplus Receivers50
a must for headphone haters
McClellan
Working with FETs54
part II : experiments with gain and supply voltage
WA2SUT/NNN0ZVB
A Versatile, variable Active Filter66
dc switching and 8-pole response make this one a winner on RTTY or CW
WA8HEB
Variable Tuning for WEFAX Receivers70
why be rockbound?
N6TX
Ham Radio Marriage Manual76
a YL and her understanding spouse
WB5YVE
The Space-Saving Square Vee Antenna80
a directional radiator for cramped quarters
W7DJB/6
License Upgrading -A Plan of Attack84
you need not fail!
WB2RVA
Muffin Fan Mania!88
a compendium of knowledge about electromechanical air movers
WA6NCX/1
Are Repeaters Ripping Us Off?92
some thoughts about open access to scarce frequencies
KB2JN
My TR5-80 Is Here... Now What?96
first steps in programming your computer
W3KBM
Teaching Your Micro to Count104
two methods for adding counter capability to your 6502 machine
K6EW
Operation Santa!118
spread holiday cheer with this super club project
WD8LPN
Tools and Techniques for Wire-Wrapping126
an excerpt from 73's new book
W6SWZ
Working with Transistors132
useful knowledge begins where gobbledygook ends
WA2SUT/NNN0ZVB
A Digital Clock with Analog Readout138
this is progress?
W9IEA
Turn Off Repeater Windbags144
HT mod brings welcome relief
WD5HYQ
Build a $5 Coax Switch146
why pay more?
W8HXR
Hamdom's Evangelical Crusade148
born-again ops, arise!
WB8TCC
The Memorizer Flies Inverted150
something Yaesu never told you
W1WUO
Double-Duty Decoder Project152
listen to SCA and tune in RTTY
WA1UFE/5
Build a Simple HT Charger158
doubles as a 12-V supply
W6SMJ
Do-it-Yourself Carrying Case for Wilson HTs160
save $14.88
K2GMZ
Come On In- The Viewing Is Fine168
an update on trends and developments in SSTV
K4TWJ
Rack 'Em Up172
glass jars and orange crates are "where it's at" for parts storage
VE2BVW
Gadzooks! A variable 0-260 V Ac Supply!174
junk-box delight
WB8JCQ/LU1AKO
Scrounger's Special: Used Dental Tools176
your DDS throwaways make dandy PCB drills
WA7OYX
First Look at Latest Radio Laws188
the official work
KB5AO
The Induction Relay: Self-Powered Switching192
this unusual actuator doesn't require a separate control voltage
K6DZY
The Further Adventures of Keycoder196
simplified wiring for the toroidal cores
AD9K
All About Ground Rods200
getting connected to Mother Earth
Staff
Icom 7800 Ham Radio
Popular Callsign Lookups
for this month:

KB2KYC
N9DAX
K2US
W9CSX
N7MXQ

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