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73 Amateur Radio February 1983


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73 Amateur Radio February 1983
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Unleash the TS-90010
A rig like this deserves more room than 2meters can give. Get on HF (including WARC bands) with this transverter
W4BF
Four-Tone Audio Oscillator: A Potent Troubleshooter20
For any test that requires a tone, this oscillator does the job It can also be computer-controlled
W7BBX
Superman's Repeater Control System32
This simple system offers four independent on/off outputs. Just duck into any phone booth to use it
K3IJ
Up and Coming: Direct-Broadcast Satellites38
The only thing not up in the air in this business is the satellites, so this budding technology is not just pie in the sky
N8RK
Work the Russian Robot Ops44
The robots aboard Russia's two new satellites are cantankerous and challenging. Here are some tips on how to work them
K4TWJ
Ham Radio Hits the '82 World's Fair50
When the gates In Knoxville opened, would WA4KFS be ready? Here's the inside story of the World's Fair station
N4AQI
Beef Up Your CB-to-CW Conversion56
A good bfo will bring your receiver performance up to par. This one is easy to add on
W1BG
The Denali Connection60
Disaster struck these two hams in the back-country of Alaska. Only a tenuous radio link to civilization could save them
KL7RD
Error Protection for Your Digital Transmissions64
Block coding can make your signal 100% error free
W9JD/2
Drive-Time SWLing70
This simple car radio converter will open up a whole new world of driving
AG9C
Stop That Heist!72
What would you say about an alarm that's portable, inexpensive, and goes off when a thief just touches the doorknob? We say build it
WD5JWY
Get the DX Edge!76
There are ways to stand out in the pileups for Spanish-speaking stations. One is to speak their language
KB9SP
Power-Line Protection: The Weak Link83
Solld-state equipment may be extremely reliable, but just microseconds of overvoltage can change that
N8ADA
Higher Voltage, Less Weight84
A voltage quadrupler that weighs ounces? You bet-and cheap surplus capacitors make it possible
W7CSD
Make Room for More Agc86
Automatic gain control is useful In many applications. With this simple circuit, you'll never have to be without it
N7APE
You Can Troubleshoot Mobile Noise88
K5CA tells what to do when a signal IS 5-7 and the noise is 5-9
K5CA
Electronics vs. Creepy Crawlers90
Build this ultrasonic oscillator and drive pests crazy. Your pet hamster, too
K7YZZ
Slimming and Trimming the R-100092
In crowded conditions the 6-kHz filter may not cut the QRM. Here's the way out
5Z4CL/K5PAW
Add a Touch of Class to CB Conversions94
Converting a Hy-Gain board to 10 meters is only half the story Try addling a digital readout and scanning capability
N2DS
IC-746 Pro Ham Radio
Popular Callsign Lookups
for this month:

K2US
AB4TX
W2RZ
N8UKC
WE4V

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