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73 Amateur Radio August 1981


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73 Amateur Radio August 1981
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Kenwood's TR-90000
the multi-mode 2-meter rig that's making SSBers out of VHFers
WB8BTH,
Wild Turkeys 1, FBI 012
another foul-up from the feds
WA7UDO
Sailplanes on Six20
these thermal-hunting hems have an edge on the competition
WB3BQO
The Supernova Station Organizer26
in this project, four into one will go!
W3BYM
Butternut's HF5V-1II Vertical34
this one really does work equally well in all directions
KAlLR
The Meterless Ohmmeter36
an audible continuity tester
WB7NEZ
QRM-Free Antenna Tuning40
with this inexpensive noise bridge
Staff
IC-2A Accessories the Cheap Way44
build 'em yourself and save
AD5X
Solar-Powered Alignment Tool48
using Old Sol to find true North
K6BW
The DX Primer50
low power plus low antennas plus good technique equals 300 countries
W8YA
A Flier's Guide to the Airwaves58
off we go into the wild blue yonder
WB6BHI
Cybernet Ten-Meter Offset66
If you've gone (CB to 10, why not go all the way? Add the repeater offset, too!
K3NXU
A Stout Heart for a Simplex Autopatch70
put your KIM-1 to work
WD8CHH
The Bearcat 350 Programmable Scanner78
a first-class act from Electra
WA4PYQ
The Calectro Multi-Tester80
a full-size, lab-type multimeter for fans of analog operation
W8FX
How To Defend Yourself Against Radar85
N8RK
Guide to RTTY Frequencies87
K8DIU/4
The History of Ham Radio88
part XVII
W9CI
The Robot 800H92
a specialty terminal for RTTY/Morse/SSTV and you
WB9PKD
The Better Vertical94
elevated feed means low angle of radiation
WD9AHH
The TET SQ-22 Antenna99
walking the dog with a two-meter quad
KA1LR
Newcomer to Nicads?100
you'll get a charge out of this informative overview
W6OJF
IC-703 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