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Radio Electronics 1985 June


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Radio Electronics 1985 June
TitleAuthors 
Page#
Video News8
The present and future in the fast-changing video scene.
David Lachenbruch
Satellite TV12
The evolution of TVRO antennas.
Bob Cooper, Jr.
Global Specialities Model 1301 Power Supply28
Datak Circuit Fix PC-Board Repair Kit31
Temperature Measuring Add-On for Your DVM39
Why just use your digital voltmeter to measure voltage? Turn it into a precision electronic thermometer.
Harry L. Trietly
Receiving Satellite Television43
If you're thinking about buying a satellite TV receiving station, make sure to read this special section. It not only covers what you need to know before you go out and make your purchase; it also looks at what you can expect once you get everything home.
Bob Cooper, Jr.
Know Before You Buy45
Installing Your TVRO49
Electronic Aids for the Blind57
Electronic technology can't restore sight, but it can help the blind in other ways.
Ray Fish, Ph.D, M.D., Jr.
Bar-graph Voltmeter for Your Car60
The best way to keep tabs on your car's charging system is by using a voltmeter. This bargraph meter is perfect for your dashboard.
Steve Pence
Servicing Cordless Telephones67
As cordless phones grow in popularity, broken cordless phones will grow in number. But you can help put an end to that!
Christopher Kite
Computer Digest70
A light pen for your Commodore - and lots more.
Computer Corner74
The MSX standard.
Lou Frenzel
Communications Corner78
Computer security.
Herb Friedman
Antique Radios82
Restoring the cabinet.
Richard D. Fitch
Service Clinic88
Multichannel television sound.
Jack Darr
Advertising and Sales Offices110
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