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73 Amateur Radio January 1983


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73 Amateur Radio January 1983
TitleAuthors 
Page#
An Alarming Procedure0
This false-proof repeater emergency alert won't tie up expensive equipment
WA1LCF,
King of the Pulse Generators10
One-shot or a train, TTL or CMOS, this generator will fit the bill. It's just what your test bench always wanted
WA3RJS
Action Machine for 2012
Are home-brew rigs a lost art? No yet! Here's an SSB transceiver you can build
WB5IPM
Trimming the Fat from ATV32
Why use 3 MHz when 500 kHz will do? WB6FHD proposes a way
WB6FHD
The Forgetful Autodialer Puzzle40
Even Sherlock couldn't figure out how to make an autodialer that reprograms with no hardware changes Elementary, says dear Babe
W7BBX
My Own Silver Mine46
For W1FLP, reclaiming silver fromphotographic fixer is cheap, easy and profitable. King Midas should have had it so good
W1FLP
Fun-Equipment Revisited48
Here are higher-band versions of the ever popular Fun-Mlitter and Fun-Amp. They are based on the Fun-Philosophy: cheap and simple
WA0RBR
The Ultimate Breadboard52
There used to be two styles of prototypes- rat's nest and cramped. Now there is a third style -simple
N6BW
Beating the Untraceable Buzz56
Man-made Interference doesn't have to destroy reception. Not when you use W1GV's buzz-beating antennas
W1GV/4
The Care and Feeding of Optoelectronics62
There are many ways to make these devices earn their keep Here is one
K3VDB
International Success Story: The BBC68
From its battery of transmitters, the BBC fires a dally salvo of news and entertainment around the world. No commercials, either
Peterson
Active-Filter Design Made Easy78
Using this BASIC program, if you don't like the design, then scrap it. All you lose is a few seconds
WD4HPC
The Cornerstone of Equipment Failure: Heat Damage84
The proper heat sink will preserve transistors. Learn how to keep your circuitry from resembling a core meltdown
Shamburger
Your January Home-Brew Project92
No frills-just a sold $10 SSB exciter for HF Who says hams don't build anymore
VE7DOD
Icom 7800 Ham Radio
Popular Callsign Lookups
for this month:

KB2KYC
N9DAX
W9CSX
K2US
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