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73 Amateur Radio February 1984


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73 Amateur Radio February 1984
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Here's the Split-Second Timer0
In the darkroom or the shack, this beeper has 1001 uses. Its simplicity makes it the perfect beginners project
WA3REY,
This Antenna Is Too Good To Be True10
It's cheap. It works well on all bands. And it radiates a super signal
W4HDX
Construct the Minuteman Timer14
As faithful as a grandfather cock. This timer tells when to ID - and when not to
KA8QBQ
The Secret of Remote Control18
In Inside those miniature planes lie some sophisticated circuits
WB3BQO
Calculate Your FT-10122
Here 's how to treat your trusty FT-101 to a truly automatic digital display and get a frequency counter in the same box-at the flick of a switch
VK8DE
Strictly for FM Deviates36
Ever wonder how the- modulation is on your FM rig? Try this simple deviation meter and find out
KA8OBL
Build a Better Hamfest40
These hints from 25 years of experience will help make your event a success
Housholder
Caveman Radio42
With underground inductive transmission, 300 feet is almost DX
W9MKV
Peak Your Picture with Home-Brew SSTV Gear60
Go from gray scale 10 color bars with these simple generators. No monitor should be without them
Cikas
Op Art62
Include the ubiquitous op amp in your next circuit KC0EW tells how
KC0EW
Put the DX World on a Screen69
Everything you need to know about a country can be at your fingertips, you need is a VIC-20 and this program
WB7RIX
Convert the Oddball Hy-Gain Board77
Some of these boards have two crystals and some have three. Now you can put them all on 10 meter FM
N2DS
IC-V8000 Ham Radio
Popular Callsign Lookups
for this month:

K2US
AB4TX
W2RZ
N8UKC
WE4V

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