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73 Amateur Radio November 1981


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73 Amateur Radio November 1981
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Space Spinoffs for Amateur Radio0
the makings of a communications revolution
WA1DCP,
The Satellite TV Challenge14
73 magazine's answer
N8RK
How Big A Dish?20
Satellite central, part 1
Gibson
Satellite Channel Guide24
Part 1
WESTSAT
Satellite TV Receivers26
is there a better way?
K4TWJ
Spread Spectrum32
a report from AMRAD
WB3KDU
A Visit with SV0AY36
the road to paradise
N1BEP
Review: Reviewing Daiwa's New Meters40
fiddle free swr measurement
KA1LR
Ham Shack Design for Beginners42
Novices take note
N1II
SSTV Signal Analyzer46
simple and inexpensive even
K7YZZ
More for Less50
this tune-up procedure gives more RTTY output, less heat to dissipate
WB4PWC
Review: Inside the Palomar Preamp52
big ears for your receiver
W8FX
Review: Four New Books for the Experimenter54
N8RK
CB to 1057
part XXXI, simplified offsets
WA7ZGP
An X-Band Swept-Signal Source60
one for the road
W1SNN
Battery Check!64
do your nicads measure up?
PS7ZAD
Review: Investigating Icom's 73076
quite a rig
K4TWJ
Review: The Complete Idiot's Guide to DX80
AG9V/1
Eyeball QSO with Radio RSA82
Peterson
Review: Micronta's New Multimeter92
an LCD DMM from T-RS
K6UGT
Mods for the Clipperton-L94
smooth sailing ahead
K4JW
The Traveling Ham's Allband Antenna100
in this ultimate portable system?
W3JIP
KIM's Magic Fingers112
RTTY transmit program
VE1AKL
AX-l90 Upgrade118
Collins components can make the difference
VE7DLU
Extra Accuracy for Heathkit Clocks124
a synchronous solution
N5AEN
The 160 Winners!156
W8LRL, and W4CN take top honors
KE7C
Cartography for Kerchunkers156
making repeater maps
W4FXE
Ten-Meter Lunch Hour158
ham radio for school kids
WA8WTE
HTX-242 Ham Radio
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