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ARRL QST 1995 March


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ARRL QST 1995 March
TitleAuthors 
Page#
It Seems to Us9
A Journey to the Center of Asia21
A Rope Ladder 2-Meter Quad25
An Audio Break Out Box28
A High Performance Hybrid Frequency Synthesizer30
Try Building Your Own Equipment39
Gypsy Hams Go North43
The San Bernadino Microwave Society Turns 4046
1995 W1AW Listener's Survey51
Get Behind the Diamond52
Listen to Learn56
Otherwise Occupied58
Getting Your Club Started in Transmitter Hunting59
The Doctor is IN61
Put Your Pencil Away63
HF DXing: A Beginner's Primer66
Whatever Happened to the A-1 Operator Club?79
Product Review: ICOM IC-820H VHF/UHF Transceiver80
Strategic Plan Emerges at the Alamo87
Happenings: Final Arguments in 2400 MHz Auction94
Calling All Hams: Get Ready to Roll Your Own Call Sign98
"The ARRL Outgoing QSL Service, and How to Use It"101
"Results, Ninth Annual ARRL 10 GHz Cumulative Contest"121
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