|ARRL QST 1997 April|
|It Seems to Us... Magic||9|
An interview with House Telecommunications Subcommittee Chairman W.J. "Billy" Tauzin; Congress takes up cellular privacy issue; Subcommittee hearing focuses on digital TV.
|Steve Mansfield, N1MZA|
|The Radio Clubs of Hungary||28|
George puts on his traveling galoshes and heads for goulash country.
|George Pataki, WB2AQC|
|A Single-Board QRP SSB Transceiver for 20 or 75 Meters||29|
What this little rig lacks in power, it makes up for in fun!
|Dave Benson, NN1G|
|DTMF/LT Decoding Made Easy||34|
Build this compact tone decoder and "take control" of your life!
|Bryan H. Suits, WB8WKN|
This weekend project records and plays 20 seconds of audio. Hook it up to an H-T and you have a nifty simplex repeater.
|Jay Craswell, WB0VNE|
|CQ from Superfort Fifi||40|
A special-event station inside a World War II bomber.
|Fred Tuck Jr, WD4KTI, and Al Lark, KD4SFF|
|Heathkit's 50th: The Green Turns to Gold||42|
A half-century with the wizards of Benton Harbor.
|Chuck Penson, WA7ZZE|
|Tips on How to Break in New Coax||44|
Just like a pair of shoes, you have to break in new coax to get it ready for use!
|Chuck Pearce, K3YWY, and Bud Ziegenfus, N3LJK|
|Get Ready for Phase 3D! Part 2||45|
Part 4 - Meet the 10-GHz Supersatellite.
|Steve Ford, WB8IMY, and Zack Lau, W1VT|
|Operating from Ground Zero||48|
A taste of what it's like to operate from the center of a Cold War bullseye.
|J. Lee Baker, WK3U|
|The Doctor is IN||50|
Truckers on packet; catching the band openings on 6 meters, another FM repeater in space; power limitations on 10 meters; more!
|Me? Operate W1AW?||52|
Facing your fears at the most famous Amateur Radio station on earth!
|James David Peach, KE4ROB|
|Transatlantic Multimode Experience||53|
Sailing the North Atlantic and using ham radio to stay in touch with the folks back home.
|Al Bishop, VE1MDD|
|A Fun Filled Morning with Ham Radio||55|
A lot can happen between sunrise and your last cup of coffee.
|Arthur R. Lee, WF6P|
|The Phonetic Dilemma||56|
The Origins of the on-the-air alphabet we all know and love.
|Lee Aurick, W1SE|
|Test Your Knowledge!||57|
Get reacquanted with Part 97.
|H. Ward Silver, N0AX|
|Morse at the Movies||58|
Morse code at the flicks - sometimes good, sometimes gibberish.
|Donald Cox, AA3EK|
QST scrutinizes the Tasco TSC-70U SSTV system, the ICOM R-8500 communications receiver, the TigerTronics BayPac BP-2M multimode modem, and the Alpha-Delta variable-response console.
|Rick Lindquist, N1RL|
ARRL opposes little LEO efforts ro include 219 to 225 Mhz; Ham radio loses its leading lady; YLRL founder Ethel Smith, K4LMB; FCC resumes vanity processing; Permission granted for Linenger to ham it up for Mir; WRTC-2000 to be held in Slovenia; more...
|Rick Lindquist, N1RL|
|1997 IARU HF World Championship Rules||100|
|Billy Lunt, KR1R|
|Straight Key Night 1996||101|
|Al Brogdon, W1AB|
|The 1996 ARRL 160-Meter Contest Results||102|
|Billy Lunt, Kr1R|