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73 Amateur Radio February 1988


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73 Amateur Radio February 1988
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Welcome, Newcomers!4
Low power isn't always a disadvantage
KA1HY
Hamming Around11
High tech trekking
KA8OVA
AEA 10-meter Handheld15
CQ DX with an HT
WB8VGE
TR-751A Kenwood18
This 2-meter multimode has smarts
N1BLH
Commodore 64 Power Supply19
Use your C64 in the field
NA5E
1750 Experimenters Band20
Fun VLF transverter
WD4PLI
The Winners (Who says there's no action at 23 cm?)27
unknown
20 meter Mini Receiver28
Super small superhet
K1BQT
Intro to 1750 meters31
The lowdown on license-free fun
W2IMB
Tone Gen Software32
The C64 becomes a workbench asset
NA5E
Drifting Along the Telegraph Trail34
Landline brass pounding -looking back
W6CK
Two Circuits Texts42
WB9RRT
License-free Transmitter44
Share the broadcast band with the big boys
W4THU
International Radio's Filter Test46
Two ways to improve reception
W4THU
LF/MF Scrapbook47
WB9RRT
Helping HW-950
Making a good rig even better
W0WUZ
HTX-242 Ham Radio
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