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73 Amateur Radio May 1964


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73 Amateur Radio May 1964
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Flying Noise Lock6
K2TKN
Matching VHF Antennas12
K5JKX
Where Have Our Bands Gone?16
W2DUD
The Quad-Quad20
for two
W8HHS
Class D Amplifier26
introducing a new type of audio circuit for transistors
K5JKX
12 Volts from 632
K6BIJ
Single Tube Oscillator-Multiplier34
K5JKX
SSB, DSB, AM, etc.36
K6HJH
Inboard Calibrator for the NCX-342
WB2MAH
Push-to-Talk for the HT-3746
W2ZBS
Gardner Modulator Revisited50
WA2AKK
Now Hear This, Fellow Amateur54
W4ICY
Frequency Standard60
W2YLH
More on the Vertical J62
K5JKX
Big Brother and How He Grew64
or House or Seven Gables, Ham Version
K4ZJF
Amateur Radio Emergency Service68
K7KYG
Correspondence from the Members69
Letters we bet you won't see in QST
Staff
TVI76
K6BIJ
Novice Transmitter78
K1WXY
H.S.T80
XYL-G3NMR
Hobbyist? Write!83
W1MEG
IC-746 Pro Ham Radio
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GE MVP Ham Conversion
Weather Station
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