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73 Amateur Radio September 1985


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73 Amateur Radio September 1985
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Again, the CCD12
The continuing story of ham radio's most amazing antenna
KC8BN/7
The Downunda Project: Part II17
How to assemble and align the DSE 2m transceiver described last month
Simpson
Fighting Fire With Wire26
If 15m is hot and your antenna's not, try the V-bomb array
W6TYH
Brew a Coffee Ground Plane30
No cream, no sugar-just a 440 antenna that really percolates
WA2OVG
Takin' It to the Streets-Part I32
Work the world from your HT! Crossbanding expert WA6AXX explores the how-to of remote and auxiliary operation
WA6AXX
Build the Broadband Bow Tie38
It's every ham's dream: An 80m antenna with a flat swr of 1.5:l from 3.5 to 4.0 MHz. And it couldn't be simpler
WD9ELG
Don't Fall for Swr Fraud40
Your feedline may be swindling you. Find out how much power you are losing and how to stop it
W1GV
Whip the Competition42
Improve your 2m HT's "mileage" with this custom antenna from Datsun!
N3DRW
Exponential Potential44
The problem: A broadband antenna fed with coax exhibits narrowband re-sponse. The solution: Use this exponential-line matching system
W6TYH
Wheatstones Are Not Crackers!50
Here's the slickest application of the Wheatstone circuit yet devised. The Nuller Bridge is the only instrument you'll need to adjust your antenna matching unit to peak performance
K4KI
A New Angle for Dipoles54
Stand them on end! Sounds odd, but WlGV presents an excellent case for HF vertical dipoles
W1GV
Six for Two58
Get range-tested 12 dB gain for under $5! K.C. Jones engineered this 2m delta beam for maximum bang per buck
KA8RCJ
Dr. Frankenstein's CB Beam62
Ravage the countryside with ten-meter rf! Create your antenna with refuse from the Citizen's Band graveyard
KA3JOM
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