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ARRL QST 1994 July


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ARRL QST 1994 July
TitleAuthors 
Page#
It Seems to Us9
Activating a Rare Island on CW: ZD9SXV19
An SWR Detector Audio Adapter24
"A Pocket Size, Talking Morse Code Practice Computer"26
The Null Steerer Revisited29
"Pacemakers, Interference and Amateur Radio"34
144-MHz Sporadic E37
Key Components of Modern Receiver Design- Part 342
Ham Radio in the Pacific at the End of WW II46
"Wired for Wireless: Ted Rappaport, N9NB and His Vision"48
LARC's Mode-S DXpedition52
1993 Simulated Emergency Test (SET) Results54
Volunteer Examiners Mark a Decade of Service57
Hear the Impact?62
The Doctor is IN66
Understanding Signal Strength67
A Modest Multiband Antenna68
A Gain Antenna for 28 MHz70
Amateur Radio 10171
Such a Deal!73
Over the Keyboard Desk Top75
Producer Review: ETO Alpha 89 Linear Power Amplifier76
Happenings: Action Urged for Call Sign Selection84
"Rules, 1994 ARRL UHF Contest "116
"Results, 1993 ARRL 10-Meter Contest"117
IC-746 Pro Ham Radio
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