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ARRL QST 1984 February

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ARRL QST 1984 February
It Seems to Us: No Code: Buried Once and For All9
"Well Done, W5LFL"11
The Effect of Ground on Antennas15
First Steps in Radio-Part 2: How to Read a Schematic Diagram19
Sporadic E on 144 MHz- 198323
Z-AMTOR: An Advanced AMTOR Code Converter25
A Beginner's Look at Basic Oscillators35
Product Review: Heath SS-900041
Technical Correspondence48
"1983- An Active, Productive Year"50
Introducing the New ARRL RFI Reporting Form55
"Seventy-Three, OM"56
Happenings: FCC Drops No Code57
Washington Mailbox: Anatomy of a Rule65
IARU News: Picture This!69
Public Service: Ohio Combination Promotes Prepardness87
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