73 Amateur Radio October 1984
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|73 Amateur Radio October 1984|
|Find Fault with Your Coax||10|
| Is your cable really doing its job? Find out with this elegant detective method |
|The Aussie Parasol Beam||20|
| What has twelve corners, three bands, and uses 140 feet of wire? Hint: It's not a quad |
|The Incredible Broadband Bowtie||26|
| Truly designed for solid-state finals, this 75m antenna features 50 Ohms at the feed-and less than 1.5:l swr across the band |
|RX for Ailing Antennas||28|
| Maximize your system's performance with this easy-to-construct noise bridge. It's just what the doctor ordered |
|Ryan's Vertical Ecstasy||32|
| Warning: Graphic description of vertical antenna array patterns. Explicit CoCo language. May incite construction frenzy |
|Try Low and Behold||38|
| Here's a shock: You've been wasting money on towers and poles. W1GV explains why low antennas may outperform high-altitude aluminum |
|A No-Holes Barred Beam||44|
| What to do when the lease says "no antennas": Turn your entire house into a broadside dipole |
| Don't be a VHF weakling. Pump up your performance with this simple 2m omni |
|A Tree-Mendous Vertical||62|
| Build an 80m DX-getter that really grows on you |
|When Darkness Calls||66|
| On 160m, success means diligent planning. These tips on gray-line propagation are your key to Top Band DXCC |