73 Amateur Radio November 1985
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|73 Amateur Radio November 1985|
|Convert and Converse||0|
| Transform your C-64 Basic programs into Hamtext-readable sequential files. |
|Toss Out Your Tubes!||5|
| Replace them with high-performance FETs. OA4KO shows you how |
|"Just Leave Me Here To Die!"||14|
| In June, 1985, two VHF contesters trudged 4200 feet to the top of Slide Mountain. Fifty-pound packs, wet weather, and pernicious porcupines were simply a part of the fun |
|Improve Your Audio Report||28|
| Are you tired of lying to your fellow amateur? Try the QRI signal reporting system. Let him know what he really sounds like |
|Conjure an Rf Genie||32|
| 73's Weekend Special: A 3-22-MHz signal generator/i-f aligner you can build in under two hours |
|Operate OSCAR on 10 Meters?||36|
| It's a snap-all you need is this versatile satellite converter! |
|A Gentleman's Antenna||44|
| The solution to an age-old problem: How do you fit a 160m wire onto a 40m lot? |
|Probe the Unknown||46|
| Looking for an easy way to measure rf? Use the "electric pen," a no-load active probe with real flair! |
|It's a Dangerous Obsession||50|
| Growing up and learning about electronics is like driving a car before you can reach the brake pedal, KB4YJ tells how he lived through it |