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73 Amateur Radio July 1980


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73 Amateur Radio July 1980
TitleAuthors 
Page#
The Rites of Spring0
Dayton does it again
N1AUI,
One Step at a Time: Designing Your Own Ham Gear36
part II
W4RNL
Top-Banding the DX-60B44
put a classic rig on a classic band
WB1ASL
Forward into the Past!48
a solid-state restoration project for a vintage BC receiver
W5JJ
ADDSCAN52
now you can be two places at once
WB9FSC
Flat Cells are No Fun!56
build a battery status monitor
WA3ENK
When Plus Goes Minus58
a 555-based negative power supply
Minchow
Depolarize that Power Supply!60
positive or negative grounds won't bother you anymore
AA6C
Transform Noisy Fluorescents64
"temporary" solution
W2OLU
Early Radio Detectors -A Backward Glance66
pulling rf from the ether was (and is) no easy trick
WSJJ
Sheathe Thyself70
a cheap trick to pull on old rubber duckies
WA8WTE
CB to 1072
part XXVI: the Cobra 132
WA1UQC
FT-227 Update74
more mods for the Fox-Tango set
WA1GPO
"That's the Way It Was"78
K2VGV
All About Coordinated Universal Time80
GMT has become UTC, but the reasons for using it are as valid as ever
WA7NEV
Don't Be a dB Dummy!82
use a pocket calculator to deal with decibels
McMahan
The Sweet Sounding Probe84
W7BBX
Silence is Golden91
reassemble noisy transformers to eliminate hum
Powell
Welcome to the '80s92
Radio Shack and Macrotronics make computerized operation a reality
K3PUR
The Multi-Media Bench Tester106
this audio/visual device will test your diodes, SCRs, transistors, and more
WD4KFF
CB to 10108
part XXVII : new life for SSB CB rigs
N6SD
Build the ZL Paddle118
brass with class
ZL2GA
Repeater Time-Out Warning120
put time on your side (relatively speaking)
KA6A
CB to 10122
part XXVIII, double your channels in SSB conversions
WB2EQG
Ham Economics: Selling Used Gear124
be wily
K5CA
A Final Solution125
make life easy for your filaments
W4ANL
The NMX Relay Deceiver128
pull in those 24-V relays with a mere 12 V
W9NMX
Who Needs SSB?130
using your FT-101 on 10m AM
K6JS
Like to See My Etchings?132
chemical technique keeps your property at home
W6OJJ
A Low-Life Antenna134
tune in on the life below 500 kHz
AB5S
The Don Nobles Descramblers148
listen to what you're not supposed to hear
WA4PYQ
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