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73 Amateur Radio November 1983


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73 Amateur Radio November 1983
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The World's Cheapest Modification0
All you need to put the FT-101 on 30 meters is three pieces of wire. What could be cheaper than that
WB9DDF,
Construct the Callsign Power Supply10
KAIQZ put together aesthetics and electronics to produce a power supply that gives you more than good regulation
KA1QZ
The Magical Audio Filter14
A variable frequency notch filter plus a peaking circuit will do wonders for your reception. And this project will almost build itself
W6QIF
Keyboard Your Way to Happiness20
If happiness is perfect Morse, then this project is pure heaven. Special construction tips make putting it together as much fun as using it
N7AGK
Reveal the Receiver Behind the Specs36
Here's a program that will make sense out of all those numbers
N6RY
Terrific Top-Band Conversions40
Jump up to 160 meters and beat the coming sunspot drought. Surplus gear will get you there cheaply
K9QLL
Cardsoft: The Transportable QSL Generator46
If your machine runs Basic, it can run this program
WB5LLM
The Six-Meter Vfo That Won't Quit48
This hybrid has the best of both worlds. It's as steady as a rock and has broad-band tuning
N7APE
Foolproof Logging58
KL7CRF designed a logbook program that any TRS-80 owner can use. And if manages your QSLs, too
KL7CRF
The Program No Net Control Should Be Without62
Every net generates lists. Keep yours up to date with this TRS-80 Basic program
WA4VLE
A Two-Tone Squelch to Solve Your Scanner Woes84
Selective listening is the key to success This squelch will help you cut the chatter
WA3REY
Electronic Mail Comes of Age86
These mailboxes may be thousands of miles away, but they're instantly accessible
K0VKH
Octal Ingenuity88
It's an old radio. You can't find a replacement tube Now what do you do
W9SIA
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738 Silver Marshall
IR Widget
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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