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ARRL QST 1923 September

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ARRL QST 1923 September
The Second National A.R.R.L, Convention7
Sidelights on the Transpacifics10
Daylight Transcons11
The Nodal Point Explained11
H. F. Mason
Have You Heard or Worked WNP?14
F. H. Schnell
How to Make a Good 70-foot Mast17
C. R. Sawyer
Financial Report19
Getting Away from 200 meters19
S. Kruse
The Trans-Canada Relay Tets22
A. H. Keith Russell
Filter Tests at 8AJB, Swarthmore, Pa.22
Final Report on the Fading Tests-----Part II23
The Best Dimensions for Amateur Antennas27
Ross Gunn
Antenna Dimensions28
S. Kruse
A.R.R.L. on the Yukon29
Ham Traffic in Any Old Shack31
F. H. Schnell
The Operating Deparment36
Amateur Radio Stations----6ZH, 9AOG, 8GZ, 5KC, 3XM45
International Amateur Radio50
With the Affiliated Clubs54
The Junior Operator55
Deliberate Interference59
Erald A. Schivo
Calls Heard62
Radio Communications by the Amateurs63
Classified Advertisements116
QST's Index of Advertisers119
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