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73 Amateur Radio July 1985


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73 Amateur Radio July 1985
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Faces of Dayton '850
KW1O,
The Dayton Downlink8
Optimizing your OSCAR downlink system can be frustrating. Use this easy method to measure your improvements and know just when to stop
W9JD
ICOM's Extended Play12
Ten minutes with a Phillips screwdriver gives your IC-751 transmit capability from .1 to 30 MHz!
KS4B
America's Dream Array18
Twenty-seven dishes in a twenty-one-mile pattern make for some serious DXing at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory. Galactic DXCC, anyone?
AJ0N
WARC for the FT-101E22
Here's how to join the fun on our new 12-meter band. And you'll be ready for 18 MHz, too!
ZS2RH
The 30-Meter-Plus Receiver30
Explore the world of 10 MHz with a solid-state receiver you've built yourself! We've come a long way since oatmeal boxes and cats' whiskers
N4EY
The Incredible Inducto-Gauge34
Measure coils with impunity! Better yet, measure them with this weekend project: a do-it-yourself inductance meter
Ketchledge
The Peerless Power Pack38
Simplicity is the key to this rugged 12-volt, 5-Amp supply. If you're looking for quick energy, here's the answer
KO2G
What You See Is Where You're At40
Tired of guessing your frequency? Resolve your problem to 100 Hz with this add-on digital display
WA8YKN
There and Back Again44
Add band-scanning to your TS-930s for under $20
KC7O
Home-Brew the Blockbuster50
In a heroic effort, WB2WIK has created the ultimate 6-meter amplifier. Its single 4-1000A delivers over 2 kW with only 20 Watts in. The power supply alone weighs 120 pounds. When this monster talks, people listen!
WB2WK
Broken Ox Blues56
The grid-dip oscillator is a stellar performer, but missing coils can mean big headaches. Avoid frustration by winding your own
W7RXV
IC-746 Pro Ham Radio
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for this month:

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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