73 Amateur Radio September 1984
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|73 Amateur Radio September 1984|
| Proud of your repeater? Construct this multi-talented identifier and tell the world your who, what, and where |
|Counter-Productive Basics: Part II||8|
| How hard can counting be? K41PV tells us where the errors occur and how to fix them |
|Elementary, My Dear: Watts 'n' Swr||14|
| Stop guessing. Build this no-nonsense VHF/UHF wattmeter and save your hard-earned cash |
|Quick Qwip Conversion Fax||28|
| Seeing is believing. A few dollars and a weekend will turn this surplus unit into a reasonable facsimile |
|No-Etch Circuit Boards||34|
| Produce quality PCs with N6JH's cut and-pry technique |
| Try some dirt-cheap headphones for your HT |
|Ntty Grtty RTTY||38|
| Tomorrow, to Morrow, is too late. Build this easy Timex/Sinclair interface today and be on the air tonight |
|Easy FSK for the IC-730||48|
| Don't settle for less than complete. Four dollars gives you the RTTY the factory left out |