73 Amateur Radio July 2000
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|73 Amateur Radio July 2000|
|The Hybrid Vee||0|
| Revisit the original Taylor Vee -and improve it |
|The Universal Loop||10|
| A novel, efficient. modularly constructed receiving loop antenna covering from 55 kHz to 40 MHz (or even more) |
|String Up the GPU 80||14|
| This compact antenna could be part of your clandestiny |
|Return of the Amazin' Hall Tree Vertical||18|
| This time for 40/30 |
|Twinleads To Go||20|
| Keep these emergency antennas for 2m and 70cm in your glovebox |
|Tuner King Strikes Again -Part 2||24|
| Make a basic VHF/UHF signal source from your TV/VCR tuner |
|The Rocky Road to a Great Radio Club||29|
| An interview with Jeff Seligman WA2VNT/7 |
|When They Say Multiband, They Mean It!||34|
| 73 reviews the Comet CA-UHV antenna |