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73 Amateur Radio April 1986


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73 Amateur Radio April 1986
TitleAuthors 
Page#
The Dayton Hamvention '8620
The center of the ham radio universe
WA4BPI
Your Bridge Over Troubled Antenna Tuning24
Is your antenna less than ideal? Put more fire in the wire
W3MT
Stretch the GP Antenna to the Max27
This, the simplest of all antennas, has much to recommend it
GW3SB/G3SB
The Care and Feeding of a Curved Linear Array Antenna System30
For low cost, very low maintenance, yet acceptable performance, try this antenna system for use in high-frequency amateur radio operations
N6BIS
Stacked Vee-Beam Arrays32
If 15 meters sounds dead, you're not using the right antenna!
W6TYH
The Match Maker38
Everyone knows that antennas and transmitters should "match." But what exactly is that? And how is it achieved? Here are the answers
VE3LMP
Antennas Should Be Heard, Not Seen42
Ham radio meets interior decorating! KC3HW's 2m J-pole wins the prize for unobtrusiveness
KC3HW
A Connoisseur's Microwave Converter45
Brent Harry set out to build not the cheapest, but the best downconverter possible. Serious microwave enthusiasts will thank him
Harry
Get With the Program and Speed Up Your Code54
Here's your opportunity to increase your code speed without QRM, QRN, or QSB!
KA2QOU
The Potabilities Are Endless!57
Dunk your next project into icky goo and discover why potting a circuit is even more fun than building it
KA7AWD
The Basics of Computer CW59
Here's a twist: W9ODK preprocesses Morse to make life easier for his VIC-20. The result? A Basic program that copies code from 5 to 50 words per minute
W9ODK
Terminal Teletype62
The last RTTY program you'll ever write for your H-89
W3RWU
Malley's Manchester Monitor66
Listen in on the world's finest conversationalist-you!
K1NYK
Easy Digital Circuit Analysis68
Learn the basics of Boolean algebra while you design an electronic keyer. Then use K5VKQ's techniques to give your project a "software smoke test"
K5VKQ
Rock Solid Rf74
Get pinpoint precision with this PLL-based frequency synthesizer
Ociepka
HTX-242 Ham Radio
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