ARRL QST 1973 February
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|ARRL QST 1973 February|
|A Transmatch for QRP Rigs||11|
|High Speed Break In via a Keyed Vacuum Relay||13|
|A Twin Paddle Key Made from Surplus Straight Keys||16|
|An Efficient 2 Meter Amplifier at Moderate Cost||18|
|A Constant Voltage Divider||22|
|A Homemade Linear Amplifier that Doesn't Look Homemade||24|
|An IC Keyer with Programmable Erasable Memory||26|
|The Folded Mini Quad||35|
|"ATV with the Motorola T44 UHF Transmitter, Part II"||36|
|New VHF RF Transistor Provides 70 Watt Output||44|
|The Fetron- A Solid State Tube||48|
|Recent Equipment: Inoue Icom IC-21||52|
|Recent Equipment: Swan WM-1500||54|
|Notes on the Extra Class Examination||56|
|Have You Forgotton the Radio Telegraph Code||59|
|New On Two?||61|
|The ARRL QSL Bureau System||63|
|The Real Thing||68|
|Van Lear and the Khmer Republic||81|