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Ham Radio 1988 January


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Ham Radio 1988 January
TitleAuthors 
Page#
"Build a QSO beeper"""""54
KF6CU
Power speaker enhances mobile operation54
K1ZJH
Sight and sound CW54
W6NRW
Technology of commercial television part 2: hardware54
KL7AJ
New uses for old tuners54
W6WTU
Practically speaking: drift and shift54
K4IPV
"Build a QSO beeper"""""54
KF6CU
Ham Radio techniques: the year was 1923...54
W6SAI
Radio addiction: case history of an enthusiast54
W7SX
Elmer's notebook: power measurements54
W1SL
Ode to older oscilloscopes54
KR6A
"Build a QSO beeper"""""54
KF6CU
New uses for old tuners54
W6WTU
Power speaker enhances mobile operation (weekender)54
K1ZJH
INUS system (comment)54
XE1MD
Practically speaking: drift and shift54
K4IPV
Battery-backed master power system54
K9ES
DX forecaster: Solar cycle update54
K0RYW
Elmer's notebook: power measurements54
W1SL
Morse code teaching tools for the C-64 and 12854
KB8CS
Technology of commercial television- part 2: hardware54
KL7AJ
IC-V8000 Ham Radio
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