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73 Amateur Radio January 1980


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73 Amateur Radio January 1980
TitleAuthors 
Page#
CB-to-10 FM0
best conversion yet?
K1DCS,
NBVM: Dawn of an Era or Promotional Hype?30
the performance and politics of Narrow Band Voice Modulation
N8RK
Frequency Counter Survival Course36
use that gadget wisely
McClellan
DX with a Difference: the Utility Stations40
when the ham bands get frustrating, give SWLing a try
WA3EOP
How to Write a RTTY Program46
machine language is easier than you think
WA4FMZ
The Perfect Morse Machine53
send and receive CW with a dedicated micro
WA5VQK
Microcomputers and Your Satellite Station63
part 1: calculating orbital crossing data
WB8DQT
A Brasspounder Improves Heath's HR-168076
add a crystal CW filter, bfo, noise blanker, and more
KA5N
The Dollar-Saver DVM83
3 1/2- digit unit features autopolarity, auto-zero, and a $30 price tag
McClellan
Personalize Your Repeater with a Voice ID92
low-cost design uses 8-track decks
K9EID
The Nearly Perfect WE-80096
add an on-board charger, a TT pad, and
K1OTW
How to Make Your Own Crystal Filters98
requires considerable patience, but very few bucks
Staff
The Procrastinator's Special: A Simple Six-Band Antenna106
this 10-160 end-fed vee goes up in a jiffy
W6TKA/0
They Don't Make 'Em like They Used To108
home-brewing a hard-to-find neutralizing cap
W2OLU
The Europa-B Two Meter Transverter110
work OSCAR and 2m SSB with this British import
G3ZCZ
Zero In on Zero Beat112
an easy-to-make vernier for your tube-type oscillator
W2OLU
Home-Brew Holders for Icom Portables131
keeps your IC-502, -202, or -215 on the level
KH6IAA
Catch You on the Flip-Flop132
add a handy repeater reverse switch to your Memorizer
K7ACN
Personality Plus for your Repeater136
this low-budget voice IDer will really wow 'em
K9EID
A Better Overvoltage Protection Circuit140
the original was good ...this version is better
W7RXV
IC-703 Ham Radio
Popular Callsign Lookups
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