73 Amateur Radio August 1985
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|73 Amateur Radio August 1985|
|The Downunda Project: Part I||14|
| Stone the crows! This fair dinkum 2m transceiver from Australia really scores a six! |
| Avoid an FCC pink slip by measuring second-harmonic power with the ZS6UP reactance load |
|World War Wireless||32|
| What can you do with a pencil, a razor blade, a paper clip, and a hank of wire? Why, build a radio, of course! |
| W8CHK breaks through the mystique surrounding fast-scan television. You won't believe how easy it can be! |
| Here are not five, not ten, but fifteen ways to perk up your HW-401 |
|Hunt the Auto-Fox||48|
| Has your transmitter-hunting gone sour? DFers will love chasing this wily box, and its variable skill levels give them a run for their money |
|Surviving the Unthinkable: Part III||52|
| WA8YKN outlines simple precautions that will allow your radio equipment to survive an electromagnetic pulse |
|Scope That Signal||56|
| Are you over-modulating? Is your linear linear? Find out with a station monitor you've built from scratch |
|A Scavenger's Radio||66|
| Using it is easier than building it |