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73 Amateur Radio April 1988


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73 Amateur Radio April 1988
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Welcome, Newcomers!4
Hams were meant to serve in the public interest
KA1HY
Ham Radio at Its Best11
The IARN: A shining example of service
KA1PZV
San Salvador Earthquake12
Volunteers, please step forward!
W9ELR
The BEARS Project14
An innovative middle school radio program
KZ1Z
Universal Power Supply Module20
Your power problems arc solved with this project
K1BQT
Emergency Packet25
Definitive portable packet for troubled times
WA1FHB
TR-110 Transceiver25
The tops on ten from Amp Supply
K1BQT
Kenwood TS-14030
The little big rig
WA4BLC
ICOM IC-900 Multi-band FM Transceiver System34
Fantastic FM from the future
KT2B
Stop, Look, and Listen!37
Armchair travel made easy with Passport to World Band Radio
NA5E
AEA FAX Software38
Innovative PC facsimile program for the PK-232
WB0QCD
Bicycle-Mobile Packeteering41
The Winnebiko and AX.25 were meant for each other
N4RVE
Drifting Along the Telegraph Trail50
Part 3: It's nice to be wanted
W6CK
4 + 1 Decoder55
Build this double-duty DTMF decoder
WA3LTJ
IC-746 Pro Ham Radio
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