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73 Amateur Radio July 1983


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73 Amateur Radio July 1983
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Page#
Down-Under Depth Sounder0
Get your feet wet with this Australian construction project We promise that you won't get In over your head
Harleck,
Yasme and the Call of Abu Ail0
It was just a speck in the Red Sea, but it created pileups as big as a mountain
W6KC,
You Can Build This Code Trainer12
More than a mere code-practice oscillator this CPU-controlled trainer features burned-in practice groups Flick a switch and you have a keyer
K7ZOV
The True Story Behind Heard Island20
Fighting bad weather, shady ship owners, and bad press, the HlDXA expedition forged its way to the DXer's dream. But getting there was only half the battle
VK9NL
More Stable Than a Rock32
An Honorable Mention winner in 73's Home-Brew II Contest, this 10-MHz generator is a sure cure for the drifting frequency blues
DJ3NW
Build the Billboard Keyboard Keyer44
Get perfectly-tuned CW without a buffer. Then join the crowd at 60+ wpm
KD7S
Construct the Lead-Foot Key48
If you like your CW In the fast lane, you'll love this key And it is guaranteed not to slip any speed
W5JQE
The $2 Infinite-Memory Keyer50
Take a break Your cassette recorder will send any message for you
W0XI
Apple, Morse, and You54
Simple software and cheap hardware make for a great CW keyboard recipe Just add one operator
AF2M
Micro McElroy56
Is Pet BASIC fast enough for solid CW copy? You bet-and this program will work miracles with a sloppy fist
VK3BHM
QRP Keyer for Misers58
Get machine-perfect code with this keyboard. All it costs is 30 mW and a few dollars
VE7DHD
The Easy FIFO Keyboard64
First in, first out means you type as fast as you want to. It will send at the speed you set
N7BH
The ROM-less, RAM-less CQ Sender90
Automatic CW can be yours for the price of a few diodes. And you can reprogram without spending a dime
VU2VIZ
IC-V8000 Ham Radio
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738 Silver Marshall
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FCC Datbase Lookup
Pixie Transceiver
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The Iambic Mouse
MaxTrac 900 Ham Conversion
GE MVP Ham Conversion
Weather Station
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