73 Amateur Radio January 1986
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|73 Amateur Radio January 1986|
|More Cheap Talk||12|
| Here's the beginning of the end of your sanity -a text-to-speech algorithm that lets your computer speak its mind! |
|Try an Inverted-Psi Wire ||22|
|Selcal and State Machines||28|
| WA7NBF takes the mystery out of this powerful technique with a hands-on selective-calling project |
|Little or No Resistance||36|
| Explore the strange world of superconduction, where current flows forever and a picosecond is an eternity |
|Run Silent, Run Beep||40|
| Is your FT-227RB scanning? You won't have to guess with this easy add-on |
|A Better Money-Maker||42|
| WA6TTY stiffens up his original power supply to deliver a solid 13.8 volts at 20 Amps. The cost? Under three bucks! |
|The Commodore Cable Caper||44|
| Need a printer cable? Strapped for cash? Don't just sit there— build the darn thing! |
|The Perfect RTTY Filter||46|
| Its tunable shift covers 80 to 1160 Hz with a flat gain and Q. And you can build it for less than ten dollars !|
|Double Your Computing Power!||50|
| Try "parallel processing" with a second CoCo keyboard |
| Can RTTY get any simpler? |