73 Amateur Radio March 1985
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|73 Amateur Radio March 1985|
| To those would-be satellite enthusiasts wondering which way is "up," W6SMJ offers the comfort of his years of experience in home satellite TV reception |
|All This and PCII!||26|
| Would you like a fully-programmable Morse keyboard that will balance your checkbook and play Sousa marches? Then read on! |
|Do Volunteer Examiners Work? -A 73 Special Report||28|
| National VEC W5YI says yes. He should know |
|The Incredible Digiohm||34|
| How to put ten million resistors in the palm of your hand? Build the ultimate substitution box |
| Here's a talking repeater controller that you can build in no time at all. It gives a whole new meaning to the word "vox"! |
|So Why Do They Call It Wireless?||44|
| One easy antenna. Five hot bands. Need we say more? |
|Cheap Heath Help||48|
| Is your HW-101's offset off? Try this four-dollar fix. Without it, you're being cheated out of QSOs |