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73 Amateur Radio April 1980


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73 Amateur Radio April 1980
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Test Gear Bargain from Heath0
a multi-purpose RCL bridge
A Solid-State RTTY Keyboard0
with auto-shift
Sunspots... What Do They Mean?32
your guess is as good as mine
G3WDI
More on Jammer Nabbing36
hints on equipment and strategy
WB0CMC
Cheapy Scanner for the Memorizer38
is $5 cheap enough for you?
WA2ORU
Back to School40
we can still learn a thing or two about basic electricity
W6HDM
Moving Display ASCII Readout46
works with UARTs, keyboards, and micros
W8VL
Lab-Quality Hi I Supply54
part II
McClellan
A Better Car Regulator58
improved reliability
Gelsinger
Semiconductor Test Gadget64
use with your scope
Truesdale
Shoes and Socks for the IC-50266
when your vacation ends, you'll appreciate this amplifler/PS combo
N4QH
Hams on The Trail of UFOs68
the Army's "flying saucer" movie... did you see it?
K8NQN
Hi-Fi CW for the TS-82070
the SSB filter copes with numbing noise
K3HBP
Going 2m All-Mode with Yaesu's FT-225RD72
not just another pretty face
W6OJF
The PL-259 Connection73
reducing adapters need not try your patience
AC5P
A Micro-Controlled Ham Station76
TRS-80 does it
W4UCH/2
CW and the TRS-8080
send Morse with a Level l
WB7TUG
SWLing? Try This Souped-Up SSR-192
digital readout and more for Drake's fine receiver
G3WDI
Off to MARS with the S196
mod is also useful for oddball repeater splits
K5EDS
Field-Strength Fever98
this simple meter eases antenna tuning
W6DOB
CB to 10100
part XXIV: Penny's SSB rig
WA4UUV
Build an Audio VOM104
and keep your eyes where they belong
AC5P
Sound-Sensitive CW Sender106
for hands-free Morse
W2GZ
A Tightwad's FSK Demodulator108
using the 567 PLL
WA5WPQ
Measure Frequency on your DVM115
this 3-chip circuit works to 10 kHz
W3HB
IC-V8000 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