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ARRL QST 2006 June
It Seems to Us: The Third Battle of Bull Run9
David Sumner, K1ZZ
This Just In12
New Technician online license course; Inside HQ; Media Hits; more.
Joel P. Kleinman, N1BKE
Squeezing More from Winlink 200028
A look at the more esoteric uses of Winlink -- such as for emergency communication.
Bob MacDonnell, VE0RDM / VK4BDM / YJ8DM
ARRL Emergency Communications Course Honor Roll31
A Low-Cost Active Audio Filter for CW Reception32
This practical weekend project brought the author's CW transceiver up a few notches.
Jim Kocsis, WA9PYH
An Effective 160 Meter Receiving Loop35
Can a small loop bring in those sometimes-elusive top-band signals?
Dick Stroud, W9SR
Homebrew Solid-state 600 W HF Amplifier39
A low-voltage amp based on one of K7ES' classic application notes.
Tom Sowden, K0GKD
No Fueling: Field Day with Hydrogen44
A Utah club's lighter-than-air approach to FD.
Kim Owen, KO7U
"Micro-Local" Weather Available Globally via APRS46
Need to check your local weather from anywhere there's a computer? Here's how to do it.
Brian Wruble, W3BW
In Loving Memory: Father Moran, 9N1MM48
Whether you remember him as an educator or as the station providing Nepal to DXers, . Father Moran remains an iconic figure 100 years after his birth.
Ulrich Bihlmayer, DJ9KR
The Microphone: A Short Illustrated History50
Noted audio engineer K9EID provides some perspective.
Bob Heil, K9EID
Kids Day: "A Great Time"53
"Ryan got bitten by the Ham Radio bug last Kids Day and is studying for his license." June 17 is the next time Ryan and other youngsters can get on the air during their day.
Mark Spencer, WA8SME
Take Your Handheld to Work Day54
Start something at work June 20 -- a discussion about what ham radio is all about and why ..... you love talking to people about it!
Allen Pitts, W1AGP
The Doctor is IN55
Velocity factor of insulated house wire; plasma TV noise; flipping transformers; more.
The Knots of Ham Radio57
We'll be tied up during Field Day weekend, but that's no excuse for not knowing which knots to use.
Ray Collins, WX3A
Getting to Know Your Radio59
Receiver Gain Control
Joel R. Hallas, W1ZR
Short Takes61
Kill-A-Watt Usage Monitor
Steve Ford, WB8IMY
Hands-On Radio62
Experiment #41 -- Damping Factor
H. Ward Silver, N0AX
Hints & Kinks64
Lightning protection; keeping wire nuts greased; radial installation made easy; more.
Joel R. Hallas, W1ZR
Product Review66
Yaesu FT-1802M 2 meter FM transceiver; Ten-Tec/TAPR 6000 Vector Network Analyzer; Heil Pro Set Quiet Phone Noise Canceling Headset
Mark J. Wilson, K1RO
ARRL Alleges Misrepsentation by BPL Operator, Lack of Action by FCC; Arizona BPL Field . Trial Ends; Mississippi Adopts PRB-1 statute; FCC News; more.
Rick Lindquist, N1RL
2005 ARRL Phone Sweepstakes Results100
Kelly Taylor, VE4XT
2005 ARRL 160 Meter Contest Results104
Ford Peterson, N0FP
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