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Ham Radio 1988 May


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Ham Radio 1988 May
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Yagi vs Quad-part 180
K2SS
"Yagis, stacking is a science"80
K1FO
Ham Radio techniques: why not a two-element Yagi80
W6SAI
Quad antenna: part 1-general concepts80
W4MB
Shortened 40-meter four-element sloping dipole array80
OE5CWL
"Three-band sloper for 7, 18 and 24 MHz (HN)"80
W5FG
"WBJK antenna for 40, 30 and 20 meters"80
N6YC
Helical antenna matching80
"Belliveau, John"
Elmer's notebook: antenna tuner80
W1SL
Practically speaking: feedback80
K4IPV
Practically speaking: feedback80
K4IPV
Battery storage (comment)80
W5JHJ
DX forecaster: 1987 propagation summary80
K0RYW
Pathfinder: improved MINIMUF program80
K3FR
Remarks on television series (comment)80
KB9F0
VHF/UHF world: power splitters and summers80
W1JR
IC-746 Pro Ham Radio
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