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73 Amateur Radio June 1980


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73 Amateur Radio June 1980
TitleAuthors 
Page#
One Step at a Time: Designing Your Own Ham Gear28
part I
W4RNL
Down with Interpolation36
a digital display for the Triton and others
W4FQ
Hooray! An AFSk Auto IDer!42
a clean and and legal ending for RTTY transmissions
K3IJ
Let's QSY to .5244
ah, technology
WB2RVA
Five Test Equipment Bargains from Heath46
the 5280 series features plenty of measuring power per dollar
W2QFC
The Phoenix Fix48
an alarming analog-to-digital conversion for out-of-time clock-radios
WA3AJR
QRQ, QRS- By the Numbers!50
a digital CMOS code-speed indicator
W7BBX
Adding a Scanner to Your 2m Rig54
here's a method that works with many scanner/transceiver combos
WA8HEB
Digital Transistor Checker56
a "hands-on" project
W4QBU/PY2ZBG
CB to 1058
part XXV: using those surplus 40-channel boards
AF8B
The Stolen Rig Retriever60
built-in gadget automatically sends your call with every transmission
WB6KBM
Constructing QRP Dummy Loads64
useful and inexpensive
W1OLP
The IC-211 Cookbook68
mods and tweaks to improve performance
K3VGX
Talk a Hike74
backpacking with an HW-8
K4FD
Tuning Antenna-Mounted Preamps78
do it without additional wiring
Staff
PC Artwork Made Easy80
lift layouts from the page with transparent contact paper
W3HIK
Electronic Dice -a Family Pleaser82
Las Ve gas, look out!
W7BBX
Fun with Foozle84
W7BBX
The Demise of Component Stores88
parts places are past their prime
VE3FLE
Priority Frequency Power-Up for the FT-227R90
the right place every time
WA1AUM
Computerize Your Contest Paper-work94
two BASIC programs do it all
WA8WIA
Emulate an Elephant98
but let your micro bear the burden
VE6BB
Prefix Challenge104
try this while you're waiting for the band to open up
AG6P
Check Chirp with a Choke111
get 599 every time with this quick fix
WA2MEL/6
Reawaken that Sleeping Rx112
first steps in receiver alignment
Sara
Rubber Thumbs and Pilot Lamps114
if you're all thumbs, enlighten yourself!
K3MPJ
Tempo S1 2-Meter Portable118
800 channels, to go!
WB9HRV
A Proper Pedestal for PCBs120
handy holder eases circuit board construction and repair
Staff
Surplus Treasures122
assemble a quality ham station for less than $200
K1VIC/2
Listen in Secrecy with a Giant Inductive Loop124
monitor your rig anywhere in the house -without wires
ZL2AMJ
Those Hamtronics Kits... How Can You Use Them?130
an in-depth look at some electronic bargains
WA4PYQ
10 Meters for the SB-221134
add the "missing" band
WA2KSM
Another Place, Another Time136
working the paranormal band
Anon
Who Needs a $40 Soldering Iron?144
here's why you may want to invest in one
Staff
Outboard Power for the 820146
it's easy to connect a second set of ears to the Kenwood transceiver
KL7GRF/6
CB to 6148
convert a 49 MHz HT into something
W9CGI
Digital Boat Anchor152
using pencil, paper, and a frequency counter for receiver readout
WB1ASL
IC-V8000 Ham Radio
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FCC Datbase Lookup
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MaxTrac 900 Ham Conversion
GE MVP Ham Conversion
Weather Station
ICOM OPC-478 Interface
PIC to Network
Morse Code Decoder Circuit