73 Amateur Radio February 1995
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|73 Amateur Radio February 1995|
|The Yaesu FT-900AT HF Transceiver||10|
| Base station performance from a compact mobile rig! |
|Dual Bi-Square Loop for HF||18|
| Try this easy, low-cost approach on 20 and 2 meters |
|Reading Morse Code on Your PC||22|
| Decipher Morse code right off the air, or improve your own fist |
|Midland Corporation Models 18-405 and 18-410 Base Station Antennas||28|
| Good VHF/UHF performance at a moderate price |
|Down East Microwave's DEM 144-28K and DEM 222-28K Linear Transverters||32|
| A big step forward in transverter design |
|The Sentech Model Q144-8 2 Meter Quagi Antenna||38|
| Take another look at this VHF workhorse |
|Radio Shack's DSP-40||42|
| A low-cost Digital Signal Processor you can add on |
|Cheap Dual-Band Yagi||46|
| A fine VHF/UHF beam made from old TV antennas |
|Grounding and Lightning Protection, Part 1||52|
| Protect your shack and yourself from lightning |