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73 Amateur Radio April 1976


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73 Amateur Radio April 1976
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Carrier Indicator for Your Regency0
WA1SNI
Inexpensive HF-VHF Frequency Standard0
WA5KPG,
Yes, You Can Build This 2m Receiver!18
WA7SCB
A Reprogrammable ID28
WA3MSW
Put That AM Rig on FM34
WB6FVW
A Carrier Operated Relay (COR) for Your Receiver36
W7JSW
A $5 100 Watt Amplifier38
VE6OB
Build A 220 MHz Repeater40
WA1UFE
Long Distance Call Eliminator44
W7JSW
Repeaters in Paradise48
W3EAG
Simple New TT Decoder52
W7JSW
One IC Tone Burster55
WB6ZUA
The Tuna-Two Traveler56
WlRHN
The Mighty TR-22/1560
WB4MYL
Computers Are Ridiculously Simple!68
Wadsworth
A Versatile TTY Generator90
WA6JMM
Chariots of the Hams?98
WB0FKZ
The PLL -Exposed!102
WB2NEL
The Two-Timer106
Deeds
How Accurate Is Your Counter -Really?110
W6YUY
Gray Matters122
W9CGl
TR-22 Tips126
K9POX
A New Fashion in Hats for the Fun Mode?130
W8FJA
Copper Clad134
W6HGX
Bicentennial Seconds136
WA1DFL
IC-746 Pro Ham Radio
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