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73 Amateur Radio May 1980


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73 Amateur Radio May 1980
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Breakthrough! A Computerized Antenna Rotator!0
KIM-l can do!
K3LF,
The Pope Comes to the Cornfields0
and Iowa amateurs provide the communications
WD0AKB,
The IC Outener0
remove soldered-in chips
WA4WDL,
Home-Brew Rf Impedance Bridge30
indispensable tool for antenna fans
WB6BIH
Rotary Beam for 10 or 15: the LB-236
eliminates nasty matching problems
W6TYH
The 20-Meter Double Bobtail44
W8HXR
Simple Switcher48
a remote antenna switch with no control wires
WB5SFB
Taming the Monster Quad50
a four-element blockbuster you can build
WA4JQS
For Cheapskates Only: A No-Frills Tilt-Over52
requires a friend with a welding rig
W9YFG
VHF Signal Diffraction56
why the highest antenna may not be the best
W5GFE
Wear Your Halo with Style58
Mork would love it
W9NMX
Curtain Raiser60
simple Sterba curtain antennas
W2JTP
Who Needs a Rotator?61
how to do without
W8HXR
A Tri-bander for the Attic62
work 10, 20, and 40 with this compact antenna
W4UCH
Hurricane!68
when David ravaged Dominica, hams were at their best
8P6KX/9Y4JW
A "Short-Yard" Antenna for 40/7578
fits where others won't
W9CRC
Antenna Fans: Try The Skeleton Slot80
an improved driven element for VHF/UHF
Staff
The Capacitive Coaxial Ground Wire82
could this be the end of TVI?
DA1TM/WD9HBB
Stick 'Em Up83
install this 2m Bi-Loop anywhere
W82MYT
Old Fishermen Never Die84
they just learn to raise dipoles
WA4LLE
Antenna Engineer96
predict performance of phased arrays with a TRS-80
K8UR
SWTP/H14 Get-Together100
a driver routine for the Heathkit line printer
WA8GTG
Hustler Minibeam: the Mobileer's Secret Weapon104
two-el beam fits in your trunk
K4TWJ
Confused About Phased Arrays?118
educate yourself with this simple model
W5JJ
A Beam for Less than a Buck122
have a ball for eighty cents
KA8CGE
The California Crank-Up131
most convenient mast around
W6WDF
The Beachside 2-Meter Beam132
stands up to salt spray
K1QPS
Double Duty Mag-Mount Antenna134
it's a portable GP, too
K4IQJ
A 40-Meter Quad for $20136
assuming you own two towers
WA4JQS
A Dirt-Cheap Tower Base138
you can take it with you
WA5TDT
Tri-band Dual Delta146
here's an attic antenna that works
WB6MMV/7
Try a Fox and Hare Special148
antenna for DF operations
SV0WX
IC-V8000 Ham Radio
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for this month:

WE8O
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KD8BTQ
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