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73 Amateur Radio June 1985


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73 Amateur Radio June 1985
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Tune In the TU-100014
Has your RTW budget hit bottom? Then dust off that soldering iron-K9EUI's no-nonsense terminal unit gives store-bought performance at a build-it-yourself price
K9EUI
Secrets of Telehamming24
When the bands are dead, try trading your transmitter for a telephone. Operators are standing by
K9EI
CoCo's Counter26
Use this dirt-cheap method to tune up your AFSK generator
KG4Q
Is Ham Radio Baking Us?28
What damage occurs when human bodies are subjected to electromagnetic fields is not fully understood. Here, an expert in biostatistics examines the problem from an amateur's perspective-and offers some practical preventative suggestions
VE3KSP
AFSK, And Ye Shall Transceive32
A sine from heaven is what you'll get when you build the AFSK-1020
K9EUI
Through the Looking Glass34
If you could peek at a RTW signal through magic audio glasses, what would you see? You'll find out with KN4L's Apple opus. a program that whispers. "Run me"
KN4L
Perfection Plus36
It's not often a prize-winning package can be improved. Here's a new look for a popular RTTY tuner
W1PDI
Speak-No-Evil RTTY40
This tiny routine is all you need to transform your Heath H-8 into a RTTY receiving demon!
WA6NHC
On the Flip Side42
Here's how to add reverse shift to your Kantronics Interface
K1QPS
Quash QRM44
Add a "RTTY Narrow" position to your TS-520's mode switch-you'll never copy hits again!
KA4MTO
The D-Day Demodulator46
When the CV-89A joins forces with your micro. you'll take the RTTY bands by storm!
WB5LLM
Slick VIC Trick50
Here's the cheapest way we know of to add a printer to your VIC-20. First, find a Model 33
KW9L
QSK for Your Vintage Vfo54
All it takes is an hour
KA3GCQ
IC-V8000 Ham Radio
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for this month:

K2US
WA2ECL
N8UKC
KD7KHY
KE5TZT

Stewart Warner R113
Stewart Warner 301-A
738 Silver Marshall
IR Widget
Reading Morse Code on your PC
FCC Datbase Lookup
Pixie Transceiver
PSK31 Circuit Interface
The Iambic Mouse
MaxTrac 900 Ham Conversion
GE MVP Ham Conversion
Weather Station
ICOM OPC-478 Interface
PIC to Network
Morse Code Decoder Circuit