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ARRL QST 1993 January


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ARRL QST 1993 January
TitleAuthors 
Page#
It Seems to US9
Up Front in QST11
Slow Scan TV- It Isn't Expensive Anymore!20
The Beat of a Different Drum: The Cop MacDonald Story31
"High Performance, Single Signal Direct Conversion Receivers"32
"Introducing METCON, a New Remote Control and Telemetry System"41
A $5 Headset Mike48
Club Competition Rules and Contest Disqualification Criteria52
Technical Correspondence53
Excellence in Recruiting55
Announcing the Second Annual Philip McGan Memorial Silver Antenna...56
"Major Operating Events and Hamfests, 1993"57
Product Review: Ten Tec Omni VI MF/HF Transceiver65
Tall Ships Pose a Tall Order for Boston Hams73
A Good Day at Effingham76
Life After Death: A New Beginning77
"Maritime Mobile, Love Boat Style"79
30 Years Between Novice Roundups80
Happenings: Amateurs Needs Outlined for Government Study82
Public Service: Samoan Crisis99
Club Spectrum: ARRL Special Service Clubs Recognized102
"Rules, 1993 School Club Roundup"103
At the Foundation: Join Us for the Celebration!108
"Results, 1992 ARRL September VHF QSO Party"110
"Rules, 1993 Novice Roundup"116
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