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73 Amateur Radio May 1986


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73 Amateur Radio May 1986
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Army Surplus CW0
Revamp the CIA's secret CW sender
W8MFL,
Lousy Inconsiderate Dummies28
Lids we love to hate
W2NSD/1
Speed-Charge Your PB-2132
Is your TH-21 spending more time on your desk than on your belt?
WA8IZV
The Day the Aliens Landed in Limerick, Maine38
The ultimate eyeball QSO
W1ROM
The Hula Hoop Loop Revisited42
A new twist in deep-null receiving antennas
W6QIF
Are Sine Waves Sacred?44
Plug your toaster into a trapezoid
W6HDM
Transmitter Hunters: Here's Your Ammo For Tracking50
Be the first on your block with a 2m paint can
WB0CMC
What You See Is Where You're At: Part II54
Add a digital frequency display to your favorite radio
WA8YKN
Total Solar How To60
turn sunshine into sine waves
WB8VGE
Agc, PDQ66
A real ear-saver, and cheap to boot
KX6E
Radio to Go68
For the ham whose mike is grafted to his lips: a strap-on, carry-out radio
WB0WPY
Remote-Controlled Everything70
The lazy ham's dream—just point and press!
WB6VYN
Icom 7800 Ham Radio
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