73 Amateur Radio April 1987
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|73 Amateur Radio April 1987|
| Heath HW-99 Transceiver |
| DJ2UT XP706 Multiband Beam |
| Glen Martin Engineering M185A Tower |
|Table for two?||24|
| Kenwood TS-711A, 144-MHz Multimode Transceiver |
| Tokyo Hy-Power Labs HL-22V and HL-102V 220-MHz Power Amplifiers |
|On the bench||27|
| OPTOelectronics 1300H Frequency Counter and Wenzel Associates Counter-Mate Frequency Standard |
| If you haven't been to the Dayton Hamvention, you haven't been to a hamfest |
|QRP Antenna Farming||36|
| Work the world from a small lot with a few Watts |
|The Cellular Phony Antenna||38|
| A two-meter mobile antenna with a twist |
| Stop ripping apart your antennas every year in the name of "maintenance" |
| "Before you can leave, you must find an application for every tube in the warehouse" |
|The Ducky Doctor||44|
| Heat-shrink tubing is a flexible fix for your cracked rubber ducky |
| Make the Heath SA-2500 antenna tuner truly automatic |