ARRL QST 1972 May
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|ARRL QST 1972 May|
|Some Practical Aspects of VXO Design||11|
|A Frequency Calibrator for UHF Using an Avalanch Transistor||16|
|Increased Power for the Solid State Transmitter||19|
|Conversion of Telefax Transceivers to Amateur Service||23|
|A Coaxial Line Amplifier for 220 MHz||27|
|By the Light of a Diode||30|
|An Inexpensive Secondary Frequency Standard||37|
|Some 2 Meter Solid State RF Power Amplifier Circuits||40|
|How to Handle Telephone Interference||46|
|Adding Letter and Word Spacing to ICKEY||48|
|Recent Equipment: Comcraft CTR-144||52|
|Recent Equipment: Bird Ham Mate Directional Wattmeter||55|
|A Strip Line Kilowatt Amplifier for 432 MHz-Part 2||59|
|Towards a National Plan for 2 Meter FM Channels||64|
|How to Get Ready for Oscar DX||69|
|Time to Regroup||72|