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73 Amateur Radio January 1967


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73 Amateur Radio January 1967
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Low-Power Attenuator for Ham Use0
They're cheap, yet useful to 450 MHz
WB6AIG,
Techniques in Tone Signaling0
Tones can be very useful for hams
WB6MOC,
An IC Crystal Calibrator6
10 and 100 kHz markers output; costs $13
KlDCK
Transistor Converter Notes10
Some new developments in Frank's popular VHF converters
W6AJF
A kW with the Amperex 6KG614
A very straight forward SSB grounded-grid linear
W7CSD
FET Transconductance Tester16
A simple, yet effective checker; a scoop
W1DTY
Climbing the Novice Laddar: Part 220
Joe starts a homebrew project
W7OE
The QRZ Machine26
Something for the DXers
W6MUR
Ham TV Converter30
Three transistors are all you need
PA0BVO
A Silect Six Meter Converter32
It uses a FET RF amp and etched circuit construction
W5SJN
Autostart RTTY Gear34
A generator and converter for VHF use
W6AYZ
VOM Transistor Tester38
It uses about five components
Thorpe
A FET S-Meter42
Another good use for inexpensive FETs
W6GXN
Unwanted Feedback46
A lucid discussion from one of 73's top authors
W2DXH
Equipment Protection50
Are you taking adequate steps to protect your gear?
K5JKX
Etched Circuit UHF Dipmeters54
130-480 MHz; very clever
W1JJL
Hamming VK9-Style58
Like to go DXpeditioning on a far island?
VK9TG
SINPO and SINPFEMO62
Another approach to signal reporting
DJ0HZ
432 MHz Antenna Filter64
A coaxial filter for the 70 cm band
W6AJF
Six Meter Final Amplifier65
A useful 100 watt amplifier for low-power rigs
K9EID
73 Reviews the Drake 2-NT and 2-C66
A good 100 watt CW transmitter and hybrid receiver
W1DTY
A Simple Voltage Calibrator70
Jim tells why your meters aren't perfect, and how to live with them
W2DXH
The Link78
A signal grabber for two
W6HGX
The Vanguard 501 Camera86
It's an excellent quality, inexpensive TV camera
WA1CCH
The Shackcom87
A simple ham intercom
W8MQW
Gus: Part 1988
Is a flat Coke better than none?
W4BPD
A Little About Noise92
A technical article for those who really want to understand noise
K6ZGQ
The Knight-Kit KG-640 YOM102
A fine, taut-band VOM at a good price
W1DTY
The Motorola HEP-Line104
Good, available, inexpensive transistors at the corner radio store
WA1CCH
The Knight-Kit TR-107105
Knight's new two meter transceiver looks good
KlRA
What's New For You?109
73's new monthly technical column
WA1CCH
Icom 7800 Ham Radio
Popular Callsign Lookups
for this month:

WE8O
AB4TX
KD8BTQ
KK4DOD
AC4F

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