73 Amateur Radio January 1985
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|73 Amateur Radio January 1985|
|Eight Mods for the IC-730||10|
| Customize your ICOM! Snip here. solder there, and enjoy perfection |
|VIC RAMification: Part I||18|
| Here's how to turn 3 ICs and half an hour into 24K of extra VIC-20 memory |
|VIC RAMification: Part II||22|
| W6LOB fills the 3K gap of Part I with a quick piggyback RAM expansion |
|Transistors: A Biased Approach||26|
| In Part II, we evaluate base current and gain and use this information to design a working transistor circuit |
|Automate the FT-757||30|
| Ready for robot radio? An inexpensive micro is all that you need to computer control your Yaesu |
|That Glorious Gonset||34|
| With 300 Watts on 2 meters, the Gonset 972 thumbs its nose at solid state. Rebuild one and be heard! |
|A Space-Saver Seven Megger||44|
| Stuffing full-wave 40m loops into tiny places is W8TYX's specialty. We finally got him to tell us how he does it |
| Build a commercial-quality computer interface for under $30 |
|Is Your Repeater Dying?||50|
| With this 16 channel telemetry encoder, you have a remote chance of finding out |
|How Good Is Six?||57|
| Try 50 MHz with a transceiver you've built from scratch. There's no greater pleasure than saying, "I did it myself!" |