73 Amateur Radio February 1985
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|73 Amateur Radio February 1985|
|VIC RTTY Resource||12|
| Is your VIC-20 ready for RTTY? Make it happen with N5ALE's foolproof software! |
| Sometimes 15 Watts just doesn't cut it with OSCAR 10. The solution? Use W2GEF's 60-Watt uplink amp-stripline construction makes building it a snap! |
|CB to Six||22|
| Why stop at 10 meters? KB5LF's Hy-Gain conversion will take you to VHF just as easily |
| The strange tale of the KA5S experiment. Was he a genius or a madman? |
|Swr: A Modern Myth?||32|
| From rig to radials, noted expert W6YUY reveals the path to a perfect antenna system. Be ready for a few surprises |
| Circular polarization on HF? A forty meter helix with oil-drum forms? W1ZB's signal runs rings around the rest. Folly, indeed! |
|Build a Better Box||44|
| Most hams cram their circuits into any old case that's handy, but a little planning can turn a so-so project into a master-piece of packaging |
|Super Surplus Surprise||54|
| It's super: 50 Watts on 160,80,40, and 30 meters! It's surplus: That means inexpensive! It's the GRC-9: Still surprised? |
|The Texas Trans-Tester||60|
| Here's how to measure small-signal gain with a transistor checker you've built from scratch |