73 Amateur Radio September 1987
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|73 Amateur Radio September 1987|
|Radio At Green Bank||16|
| This remote site in West Virginia is home to one of the most impressive collections of radio antennas in the world |
|A Foldover Cheapie||19|
| Convert scrap water pipe to a 40-foot fold-over antenna tower! |
| Here are some ideas to help you gel out on your portable antenna - when you really need to |
|Non-Etched Swr Bridge||24|
| This five-dollar afternoon project will measure swr to better than 1:1 from 7 to 435 MHz |
|220 MHz Portable Pocket J-Pole||27|
| A low-cost quickie with more db-gain than ducks or pullouts |
|Horseflies and Grid Squares||33|
| A true tale of truly amazing VHF/UHF DXing! |
|General Purpose VHF/UHFAntenna||38|
| Build a discone for a fraction of the cost of its commercial equivalent |
|The L'i1 Fixer||40|
| The ultimate in simplicity |
|440-MHz Repeater Antenna||41|
| Now you can build one of the most widely used antennas in the public safety and commercial spectrum |
|The HF Half-Sloper||43|
| A directive low-angle radiating wire antenna that fits in a small city backyard |