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73 Amateur Radio July 1978


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73 Amateur Radio July 1978
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Can A $20 FM Rig Work!0
testing the VHF Engineering TX150 2m xmtr
WB4LJM,
The 22S Programmer Program0
diode selection in BASIC
W6OVP,
VHF Notch Filter0
rejection can be beautiful
WA4WDL,
Counter Accuracy For Perfectionists5
updating the K2OAW counter updates
K0KDT
Enjoy All Five Bands32
with this novice no-trap antenna
W8FX/4
Reincarnating Old Test Equipment40
a 1942 capacitance meter is born again
W3BM
Finding Radio Pests42
basics
WA1UUK
Video Magic For Your Home44
to make boredom disappear
K4TWJ
Novice Guide To Phased Antennas48
part II
W8HXR
Hiss Exterminator54
an ear-saver for the TS-700A
K9POX
Instant Engraving58
to protect your equipment
W7RXV
The New, Improved Automatic Thermostat60
adding a night thermostat
W9YBU
Give 'Em A Break62
with a cheaper repeater beeper
WB6JPI
It's Flora Clock!64
and all is well
W8FX/4
Build Your Own Digital Dial66
great update for your receiver
W1OOP
The FM Rebroadcaster72
flexibllity for the FRG-7
W8FX/4
J.B. Fields, Radioman74
now it's the Navy's turn
WB7SZC
The New Op Amps78
better, lower cost
WA0UVX
22 Remote80
outside programming for your IC-22S
W8FX/4
Handling Ole George84
is amateur radio ready
K5GNZ
The IC-22S Scanner86
still another 22S mod
W9LIJ
Computerized Capacity Meter88
cost $1 plus a computer
Eccleston
A Much Needed Micoder Power Supply90
beets that lily-livered battery
K3MPJ
Your 'Scope Can Be Improved92
simple calibrator
N5KR
How About SSB CB Conversions?96
no strain
W4GMM
The Universal Notcher98
easy as pi
W9CGI
The $5 Memory Keyer100
for lazy cheapskates
WA1EBY
Should Repeaters Use Subaudible Tones?102
theological argument
K9XI
RAMmed By Morrow110
ECONORAM III lauded
Hallen
Six Said His First Words Today!112
and you taught him how
WA3MWM
The Occult Computer116
test for ESP with a micro
WA6VIY
A Baudot Program For Your Micro118
simulated Vegas visit
Fricke
Yes, You Can Build A Synthesizer!124
220 MHz synthesizer for under $50
K2DVQ
Beat the Microphone Blahs134
more oomph for FM audio
KlHQW/4
Forbidden Contacts136
19 countries off limits to 4X4 amateurs
Nobel
A Darn Good IDer142
repeaters get smarter every day
K5OM
Pick A Frequency ...Any Frequency146
ultra-flexible crystal calibrator
W8FX/4
Sometimes A Kit Is Best150
Bullet power supply kit exposed
W6SWZ
Coming In Out Of the Cold154
power supply for your mobile rig
W6GXN
Roy Rogers Special: Triggered Sweep156
lab scope performance for less than a gigabuck
Renaud
VHF Transverters and the FT-l0l168
quickie FM conversion
W6OJF
Instant Paddle170
cheap, too
W3IHA
Watch the Wind!172
with this junk box anemometer
WA4FWR/5
The War Against Rust176
some good news for radio towers
K8AO
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