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ARRL QST 1992 November

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ARRL QST 1992 November
It Seems to Us: What Do You Like About QST?9
Up Front in QST11
VP8SSI: A DXpedition to the Most Awful Place in the World21
St. Charles County ARES/RACES Mobile Communications26
An Active Attenuator for Transmitter Hunting28
Remote Control Using Your H-T31
"A 12-V, 15-A Power Supply"36
Calibrating the Signal Generator in the Sky42
Recent Advances in Shortwave Receiver Design45
A Dual Radio Speaker56
Why an Antenna Radiates59
Technical Correspondence67
Product Review: M2 Enterprises 2M-CP22 and 436-CP30 Antennas69
HANDI-HAMS Mark 25 Years of Helping Others76
Would a League by Any Other Name Work the Same?77
Equipment Donations as Tax Deductions79
An Introduction to Gray Line DXing80
W3USS: The Amateur Radio Voice of the US Senate83
Wally and Mike: Mildred's Exam86
AMTOR in the Classroom89
160 Meters: You Can Go Home Again91
The Junk Box94
Happenings: Digital Band Plan Hammered Out; 40 Meters Only Stumb...96
Public Service: Operation Holidays II: Each One Reach One105
At the Foundation: An Autumn Message to Our Friends114
Club Spectrum: Message From Space115
Field Day 1992118
"Rules, ARRL 10-Meter Contest"129
"Rules, ARRL 160-Meter Contest"132
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