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73 Amateur Radio April 1967


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73 Amateur Radio April 1967
TitleAuthors 
Page#
The Super Duper Super6
It may not be a super, but it's sure super duper
WN1ECCH
A Toroidal VFO10
An excellent VFO with many interesting mechanical features
W4BRS
Transceiver CW Filter and Monitor14
Improve your transceiver's CW capability
WlDCG
Dreadful Ham Cliches16
Special for April
K3SUK
The Converter Converter18
Stick it between your UHF converter and your low-frequency receiver
W1OOP
The Ratnick Two'er22
It's a simple transmitter for local contacts
WA2RAT
The Clinic24
More first-of-April nonsense
K3SUK
Cardboarding26
An interesting approach to experimenting and records
W6FTA
Buried Antennas34
They don't work too well, but they may be the best you can do
W1DCG
A Transistor Wien Bridge36
20-200,000 Hz with a simple, easy-to-build circuit
W6GXN
Ham vs. Ham40
We hope these things don't make you MAD
K3SUK
Air Mobile42
Like to try operating from an airplane?
W3ZP
FM Subcarrier Generator46
A simple way to add sound to your TV transmissions
W6ORG
James Dandy Diode Tester50
Check your diodes very quickly with this simple instrument
W2DXH
Some Commandments for DXing58
CQ's new DX editor offers some excellent hints
K4IIF
High Frequency Single Side Band Transceivers, Receiver-Exciters, and Linear Amplifiers for Hams64
Here's a complete listing of all high frequency SSB gear by comparison table. This special section also includes a photograph and description of each unit
W2DTY
Ferromagnetic Beads84
Tiny ferrite beads can make excellent chokes from plain wires
W6SFM
A Canadian Assault on FP886
A DXpedition-vacation to Ste. Pierre
VE1ADH
he Clegg 66'er90
Squires-Sanders mate to the 22'er
W1DTY
Climbing the Novice Ladder: Part 598
A stroke of luck for Judy
W7OE
Gus: Part 22106
If you enjoy this series, you should get the DX'ers magazine
W4BPD
IC-V8000 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