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73 Amateur Radio August 1983


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73 Amateur Radio August 1983
TitleAuthors 
Page#
VisiCode: The VIC 20 Way to Extra Class0
First you get random practice groups Then you get the answers
W7LTH,
Construct This Customized Power Supply8
Whether you want 5 Amps or 30 this supply can give it to you. But you only pay for what you need
W9ODK
Running Scared at Spratly20
Only steel nerves and luck stood between the 1979 DXpeditlon and disaster
KB7NW
The COR of a Reliable Repeater24
Carrier-operated relays are the most-used circuits In any repeater. Use this simple design to get maintenance-free operation
WA7SPR
Precision Speed Control for the Billboard Keyer26
Get more for your money by addling this circuit to last month's project
KD7S
PC Boards for Penny-pinchers30
Get picture-perfect circuit boards without buying a darkroom
W2HCQ
Faultless SSTV Picture Preservation38
The dynamic duo of computer and printer helps save those perfect moments. Just add this program
KF9X
Save Your Signal with Forward Error-Correction44
In a hostile signal environment, you need all the help you can get
W9JD/2
A Colorado-Style Battery Monitor48
Texas has its barbecue and Chicago its pizza. Colorado's claim to fame is this near-perfect device
Wilson
The Totally-Modified 200050
Take Azden's popular 2-meter rig and add all the extras you ever wanted
W1GV/4
Send Your TR-7800 to Obedience School54
This Kenwood rig has some interesting habits-such as a slow scan rate. Can you retrain it in one easy session?
KE6VK
Do You Know Where Your Signal Goes?56
it doesn't just sneak off your antenna and hide. Find out where your lobes are and what they look like with this simple procedure
N4UH
Cheap Scanning for the IC-70164
Here's a device that's stingy in cost but generous in benefits
AG9D
To Go Where No Ham Has Gone Before84
Sealand! -An enterprising team of DXers takes to the high seas to work S1, the smallest country In the world
DF2AO
1001 Uses for the 940088
Experiment WI-5 this cheap chip Ifs the IC you've always wanted, with applications you've never dreamed of
W3KBM
Propagation Explosion on 22090
This theoretical inquiry into the properties of 220 MHz yielded some unexpected results. Find out when and why your signal will be at its best
W9MKE
18 kV with No Transformer94
You need high voltage, but surplus transformers can't turn the trick. Try this solid-state solution
WA4WDL
IC-703 Ham Radio
Popular Callsign Lookups
for this month:

W9CSX
N9SQM
N8UKC
W3CDI
N2OXR

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