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73 Amateur Radio August 1965


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73 Amateur Radio August 1965
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Switching with Diodes3
It's easy-and very useful
K1SDX
This One Sounds Good - Like a Transmitter Should6
A fancy name for an article about a 20 watt six meter AM transmitter
W2BHT
Polar Versus Solar Beam Orientation7
Personally, I use my Boy Scout compass
W6TAQ
An RF Amplifier for 4327
Not exactly a 3 dB noise figure, but
K1CLL
Going RTTY: Part 312
The scope monitor
W4RWM
Imagineering With Meters14
Put those miscellaneous meters to good use
W8BPY
The EHS Portable Dipole16
Works from 80 to 6
W9FQN
Some Notes on Grounded-Grid Linear Amplifiers18
And some interesting ideas in a 8072 linear
K4ZZV
Simplified Solid-State24
Simple, easy-to-use, practical ham transistor circuits
WA2INM/1
All-Band Tuning for the Drake 28?26
Easier and harder than you think
K9LTD
When Standard Switches Won't Fit28
Making and using odd-ball switching arrangements
Ives
A CHU Time Receiver30
In case you don't have a watch
W2LYH
Improving the Paco GDO41
And other tube-type grid dip meters
K1AMN
Another Way to Measure Noise Figure44
Hmmm. What's the other way
K5JKX
The Big Sail50
The neighborscaring-ist 432 MHz antenna you'll ever see
K6MIO
Gus: Part 462
Now what's he up to?
W4BPD
The SB-3468
Sideband Engineers improves their already excellent SB-33
W8QUR
A DC Dummy Load70
Here's a use for those tubes you were going to use for lamp bases
Lyman
Quick and Easy Add-on Neutralization72
In case, unlike most hams, you don't plan ahead
K1CLL
Parallel Resistance Nomogram76
Now all you have to do is find this article when you need it
WA2BWQ
The National HRO-50080
Sigh
W2NSD
IC-V8000 Ham Radio
Popular Callsign Lookups
for this month:

K2US
W2RZ
AB4TX
N8UKC
WE4V

Stewart Warner R113
Stewart Warner 301-A
738 Silver Marshall
IR Widget
Reading Morse Code on your PC
FCC Datbase Lookup
Pixie Transceiver
PSK31 Circuit Interface
The Iambic Mouse
MaxTrac 900 Ham Conversion
GE MVP Ham Conversion
Weather Station
ICOM OPC-478 Interface
PIC to Network
Morse Code Decoder Circuit