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ARRL QST 1972 April


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ARRL QST 1972 April
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Amateur Radio on the Move11
Double Standards13
Phased Verticals for 4018
The Line Sampler21
A 10 Element Yagi for 220 MHz24
The Super Simple 80-20 Receiver26
Thermal Design of Transistor Circuits30
An Audio Synthesizer35
VFO/Xtal Controlled Gate/Grid Dipper41
A High Performance Tunable FM Receiver44
A Strip Line Kilowatt Amplifier for 432 MHz49
Fundamental Raser Principles56
Recent Equipment: HUA Electronics Frequency Counter 1BV-1a60
On Several Modern Advances in Amateur Radio63
"Oh, Math, Where Is Thy Sting?"64
Some QST Abbreviations67
Coax and Indicator Cable Supports for Beam Antennas68
The Fine Art of Mobile Radio70
Personal Preparedness72
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