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73 Amateur Radio September 1962


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73 Amateur Radio September 1962
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Synchronous Detection6
A breakthrough article reading signals 40 dB down in the noise
K2TKN
73 Tests the Maverick Filter10
Really picks off those six meter Indians
WA2INM
What's a Vidicon?12
It is the amateur's answer to live TV
W2RWJ
Twin-Cavity Two Meter Filter18
It's what's up front that counts. A thinking man's filter
W3TUZ
Treasures From the Junk Yard22
Car radios can be easily converted to 110 VAC
W5VOH
Low-Current, Sliding Bias, Modulator24
40 watt transistor modulator
VE7QL
How's My What?28
Ken has a good answer for our June article on "How's Your Ham Image?"
W7IDF
Western Ham32
Sense of humor test. 10 points if tears come to your eyes
Rodgers
Improved Grounded Grid Operation34
How to make your exciter load into the final about the same as into an antenna
W6JAT
Rate-of-Change Limiter Revisited36
Using crystal diodes in the noise limiter from the April 1961 issue of 73
K5JKX
Quad Mode Monitor42
Part 2. All band supermagnificent home built receiver
W9DUT
73 Tests the Waters Universal Hybrid Coupler54
A very compelling article. You'll probably be coupling after you read this
K2CM
Propagation Charts60
W6AM complained that we left these out last month. Bet you never noticed
K2IGY
Full Break-In Keying64
You can get along without it, but there is nothing like it
W4MLE
The Frequency Response Argument68
It's what's on top that counts. Keep the highs high
W5SUC
Keying Surplus Transmitters76
Getting some code speed out of old relay controlled surplus rigs
W4WKM
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