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73 Amateur Radio November 1982


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73 Amateur Radio November 1982
TitleAuthors 
Page#
A Perfect "10"10
Timer, counter, logic probe - 10 functions in all. That's the Multi-Board One and you can build it
WA2BHB
Remote Control Your IC-70114
Simpler than commercial controllers, this home-brew circuit nevertheless features push-button band changing and frequency selection scanning, and expanded coverage
N2GW
Automatic Beam Aimer22
Here is the scoop on adding set-and-forget convenience to your rotator control. Works with most common control boxes
K9AZG
Life Support System For HTs26
At home or in the car, this do-it-yourself charger and accessory box could be the best friend your handie-talkie ever had
WB6BHI
What? Another Audio Filter Project?32
Yep. And even the most modern receivers benefit from this QRM-crusher
W4MLE
A Tuner For Antenna Fanatics42
Anyone experimenting with antennas needs a darn good tuner. Construct this one and save your finals
Staff
Digital Basics46
This is no time to be a digital illiterate. Part III reveals the secrets of multivlbrators, shift registers, and other notorious devices
K4IPV
The Money-Maker Power Supply56
Need 12 volts for your transceiver? Save half the cost of a commercial unit by assembling this 25-Amp monster
WA6TTY
TVRO Q & A: Part III64
LNAs are expensive, but rolling your own is a losing proposition
WB0POP
The Sound of Silence70
Beep!! Your TS-180 is off the air, Charlie
HB9BLU
Build the Re-Fuser72
It's a self-replacing fuse. Why blow one when you can blow two?
K5CN
No Smoking in the Ham Shack74
Overvoltage kills solld-state finals Protect yours for $1.00
N7JJ
Tempo MARSer76
Get the S-1 off those crowded ham channels. Expand your coverage above and below the amateur band
WB6IQN
CW and the Apple II84
The simpllcity of BASIC plus the speed of machine language equals a near-perfect Morse keyboard
N5MR
Everyman's Audio Amplifier90
Make this one chip amp a permanent part of your test bench. It's an easy project for beginning experimenters
W3KBM
Award-Winning Program94
Certificate hunters, cut your paperwork down to size. Let your Pet track your quest for excellence
WB2GFE
Speed Demon102
How fast was that? Find out with this wpm display for Heath's 1410 keyer
K4ZHM
Keyer on a Shoestring104
Hams are cheap and so is this keyer. Big spenders will build the deluxe, two-chip version
WB5PPV
I Got My Ticket! Now What?106
A look at what Elmer forgot to tell you
N1II
Icom 7800 Ham Radio
Popular Callsign Lookups
for this month:

WE8O
AB4TX
KK4DOD
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