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First Issue of QST, December 1915September 2015, pages 56-57
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June 2017
100/50/25 QST Feb Issue for: 1917, 1967, & 1992                     W1AB 106
ANTENNA:  The Rhombic Loop Twofer, 80-6 Meters WU0I                      43-46
ANTENNA:  An Easy-to-Make Three-Band Dipole for ARRL Field Day W1ZR      47-50
ARES:     Review: The ARRL Introduction to Emergency Communication Course 85-6
CLASSIC:  The Astatic D-104 Microphone                              K2RP 102-3
DIGITAL:  AREDN-A High Speed Data Network K6AH                           36-40
DOCTOR:   Splicing Coax with PL-258 UHF-Type Barrel Connector       W1ZR 68-69
DOCTOR:   How do Pine Trees change my 40 & 20 M antenna characteristics  69-69
DX:       The Southern California Club Introduces the Doctor DX program  101
ECLECTIC: The Outernet - on APRS contains the word "OUTERNET"     WB8IMY 70-70
ECOMM:    Review: The ARRL Introduction to Emergency Communication Course 85-6
HANDS-ON: Experiment #173 The PC Trace at RF                        N0AX 71-72
HINTS:    GPS Interface for the Icom ID-880H Mobile rig            AG1YK 73-74
HINTS:    Dolloar Dummy Load * Wise Word Connectors * More on Load Bank  75-75
NEW:      RFinder Now Offers Point-and-Click DMR Talkgroups Android DMR  105-5
NEW:      Callsight Illuminated Call Sign Display Radio Haus America ~$50 105-
NEW:      WSPRlite Antenna Testing System from SOTAbeams DXplorer        105-5
NEWS:     Ham Radio gains Two New Bands! WW1ME 472-479 & 135.7-137.8 kHz 82-82
NEWS:     International Crystal Manufacturing going out of business      83-83
OPERATE:  6-Meter Polar Es - An Underutilized Propagation Mode JA1BK     41-42
PUBLICSRV Review: The ARRL Introduction to Emergency Communication Course 85-6
REVIEW:   Yaesu FT-891 HF and 6-Meter Transceiver ~$700                  51-56
REVIEW:   Apache Labs PiHPSDR Controller for ANAN SDRs ~$600 downloads   58-62
REVIEW:   Micro-Micro-Node International Nano-AE AllStar Nano-Node $495+ 62-65
REVIEW:   Efactor Dual-Band 144/432 MHz Antenna ~$69                     65-66
REVIEW:   Xuron TK3500 Home Electronics Tool Kit $37, from qsource       66-67
SAFETY:   Lightning Protection for the Amateur Radio Operator's Home     30-35
STATS:    Quick Stats                                                    NA
June 2017

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May 2017
100/50/25 QST Feb Issue for: 1917, 1967, & 1992                     W1AB 106
ANTENNA:  Flying Saucer Resonators for the HF Bands W9UCW                39-40
ARES:     Mini Scaffolding for Mobile Solar Power                   K1CE 85-86
BLOG/WEB: Ham Nation                                                     13-13
CLASSIC:  The National NCX-5 Transceiver KE8RN                           102-3
CW:       Increase Your CW Speed with Wordsworth K1IG                    74-75
DOCTOR:   Connecting the Center pf Yagi Elements to the Boom        W1ZR 60-61
DOCTOR:   144/222 MHz Yagi the 144 is attached to the boom 222 is not?   60-60
DOCTOR:   ESR, Equivalent Series Resistance meters, how do they work?    60-61
DOCTOR:   When does audio frequency become rdio frequency?               61-61
ECOMM:    Mini Scaffolding for Mobile Solar Power                   K1CE 85-86
HANDS-ON: Experiment #172 Wire Characteristics at RF (MFJ-269 used) N0AX 62-63
HINTS:    Generator Cable Pass-Through, Contest Tuning Comfort, +  AG1YK 66-66
HINTS:    Generator Cable Pass-Through KE5HDF                            66-66
HINTS:    Tuning Extension Arm KE5HDF                                    66-67
HINTS:    Coax-Seal Substitute N2DF, Mortite Waether Strip Caulking Cord 67-67
NEW:      openSPOT Digital Radio Gateway from SharkRF ~$240 hamradio.com 34-34
NEW:      AM Radio Log from the Natonal Radio Club                       38-38
OPERATE:  A Portable Full-Duplex Satellite Ground Station N1MDJ          35-38
OPERATE:  WSPR Weekends WB8IMY                                           41-43
OPERATE:  Get in Gear with Portable Operations VE6AB                     71-73
OPERATE:  Field Day 2017: Forms/Scores * Locator * Info-Packet * Rules   93-93
POWER:    Overvoltage Protection a Modern Approach AI2Q & W3NA           32-34
PODCAST:  Valeris Hotzfeld, NV9L co-host Ham Nation                      13-13
PROJECT:  A Low-Pass Filter for HF Operations IK0VVG                     30-31
PUBLICSRV Mini Scaffolding for Mobile Solar Power                   K1CE 85-86
REVIEW:   Elecraft KX2 HF QRP Transceiver 80-10 m, SSB/CW/Digital ~$750  45-50
REVIEW:   LNR Precision MTR-3B QRP CW Transceiver $260 3-Bands 40/30/20  51-54
REVIEW:   Alpha Antenna 10-40 Meter Magnetic Loop Antenna ~$300 + stuff  55-56
REVIEW:   Mastrant Antenna Guy Rope and Accessories                      57-58
REVIEW:   FlexRadio's SmartSDR for iOS ~$50 for iPhone etc               58-59
SATS:     A Portable Full-Duplex Satellite Ground Station N1MDJ          35-38
STATS:    Quick Stats                                                    NA
TECH:     Upper or Lower SB, RF Exposure for Loops, & more         AG1YK 64-65
TECH:     LSB/USB Tradition in Amateur Radio *                           64-64
TECH:     RF Exposure Compliance Distances for TX Loops, & Loop Current  64-65
TECH:     Antenna-Trimming Technique *                                   65-65
TECH:     Specifying Capacitor Temperature Coefficients                  65-65
WSPR:     WSPR Weekends WB8IMY                                           41-43
May 2017

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April 2017
100/50/25 QST Apr Issue for: 1917, 1967, & 1992                     W1AB 110
ANTENNA:  An Omnidirectional 6-Meter Horizontally Polarized Antenna K4ERO38-41
ARES:     Field Solutions: A Mini Utility Trailer for Your Station  K1CE 90-91
CLASSIC:  The Mosley TA-33 Tribander, a 1950s antenna               N1II 106-7
CW:       2017 Straight Key Night Results                           W8JJ 98-98
DOCTOR:   More on Using a 40-Meter Dipole on 15 Meters              W1ZR 65-66
DOCTOR:   I can't Transmit on the JT65 frequencies used on 60-Meters?    66-66
ECLECTIC: WSJT-X in the Plam of Your Hand                         WB8IMY 71-72
ECOMM:    ARES/Public Service                                       K1CE 90-91
ECOMM:    Field Solutions: A Mini Utility Trailer for Your Station  K1CE 90-91
HANDS-ON: Experiment #171 AC Power Distribution                     N0AX 67-68
HINTS:    RIGblaster Interface, Mystery Balun, & Neutral No Longer AG1YK 73-75
HINTS:    Take Advantag of the Data Socate AI4IC *                       73-74
HINTS:    Identifying a Balun W5TA * Power Line Neutral Fault W2DM *     74-75
HINTS:    Storing QSTs KG5AR * More on the Load Bank N5LB                75-75
NEW:      Low Band Preamplifier from Array Solutions * Feedback          80-80
PROJECT:  RF Current Sensor W7SZS                                        34-37
PROJECT:  A Bluetooth Interface for Fldigi W8WKE                         45-47
PROJECT:  A WSPR Transmitter for 30 Meters ZL4SAE                        48-50
REVIEW:   Kenwood TH-D74A Analog and D-STAR VHF/UHF Transceiver ~$620    51-58
REVIEW:   Eoncore USB Digital Microscope at amazon ~$66, 4 left 5/10/17  56-58
REVIEW:   Peak Atlas LCR45 LCR and Impedance Meter ~$120                 59-61
REVIEW:   Tac-Comm TRC-1 Tactical Radio Carrier ~$60 + parts             61-63
REVIEW:   Pacific Antenna 10 W Single-Band Amplifier ~$55 qrpkits        63-64
TECH:     DIY Remote Radio Now WB2REM & K5PA                             30-33
TECH:     Putting You SDR to the Test AA8K                               42-44
TWA50MHz: Amateur Radio Loses a Propagation Pioneer-Pat Dyer/WA5IYX N0JK 101-3
VHF/UHF:  Small Dishes and Digital EME                             W1GHZ 69-70
April 2017

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March 2017
100/50/25 QST Feb Issue for: 1917, 1967, & 1992                     W1AB 106
ANTENNA:  Does Your Antenna Need a Choke or Balun? W4RQ& KE4PT           30-32
ANTENNA:  A Homemade Five-Element 222 MHz Beam WB9YBM                    33-34
ANTENNA:  A Tri-Band Antenna without Radials for 2m, 1.25m, & 70cm WB6IQN35-40
ANTENNA:  A Simple Antenna for the Entire 75/80-Meter Band  K7HIL        41-42
ANTENNA:  The Lazy M: A Vertical Antenna for the Low Bands CO8DM         43-44
ANTENNA:  Safety First! Part 3 - Climbing Safety                         45-57
ANTENNA:  A Technical Adventure with Helical Antennas AF7ZT              72-74
ANTENNA:  Beach Ball Antenna Project KD2ESI Heidi's Web site             75-76
CLASSIC:  The Central Electronics Multiphase 20A K2RP                    101-2
DOCTOR:   Making Your Signal Stronger as that DX Location           W1ZR 62-63
DOCTOR:   Is using an Amplifier worthwhile? KB5DON/Don                   62-62
DOCTOR:   Are different antennas needed for digital modes? Dan/N1GJK (No)62-63
ECLECTIC: Yes, You Can Still Hack Your Router WB8IMY                     64-64
ECOMM:    The Ultamate Portable/Mobile Field Station Operating Plat K1CE 86-87
HANDS-ON: Experiment #170 Noise Figure N6AX                              67-68
HINTS:    TH-F6A Programming Adapter, Paiter's Pole Portable Positioner, 65-66
HINTS:    and Non-Neutral Neutral * TH-F6A HT Prgming Adapter: USB-K5D   65-66
HINTS:    TH-F6A HT Prgming Adapter using the USB-K5D cable John/KA9CAR  65-65
HINTS:    Painter's Pole Antenna Deployer Scott/W3MEO                    65-66
HINTS:    More On Confirming Your Coax Paul/KI4MPZ                       65-66
NEW:      Heil Sound PR 77 Microphone                                    42-42
PUBLICSRV The Ultamate Portable/Mobile Field Station Operating Plat K1CE 86-87
PUBLICSRV The Ultamate Portable/Mobile Field Station Operating Platform  86-87
REVIEW:   BridgeCom Systems D-500 70cm DMR & Analog Handheld Transceiver 48-52
REVIEW:   MFJ-269C HF/VHF/UHF SWR Analyzer ~$400                         52-55
REVIEW:   Low Band Systems HF Triplexer and Band-pass Filters DX-Engring 55-58
REVIEW:   Array Solutions RA-S1 Rotator Controller ~$425                 58-60
REVIEW:   Pro'sKit Electronics Master Kit Tool Set ~$243 Amazon          61-61
TECH:     Phase and Zero Beat Indicator and "Mobile" UHF Interference    69-71
March 2017

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February 2017
100/50/25 QST Feb Issue for: 1917, 1967, & 1992                          110
ANTENNA:  6-Meter Halo Antenna for DXing, classic Mobile, VE6AB          30-33
CLASSIC:  A Classic First Step: The Collins KWM-1 SSB-CW Transceiver     106-7
DOCTOR:   Some Amateurs Operate Outside of Our Bands, W1ZR               66-67
DOCTOR:   Legal limit Tuner on low power, efficient?                     67-67
ECOMM:    ARES/Public Service - SKYWARN Recognition Day 2016        K1CE 95-96
HANDS-ON: Experiment #169, Gas Discharge Tubes-Putting Lid on Lightning  68-69
HINTS:    Weatherproofing a Coax Switch,K3KKH * Resistor Load Bank,N5LB  70-72
HINTS:    A Better Cable Cutter, from Comercial Electric, K4AVU          72-72
INFO:     The Solar Eclipse QSO Party, August 21! N0AX                   82-84
PROJECT:  A Panadapter for your Transceiver or Receiver, WA9PYH          34-38
PROJECT:  A WSPR Receiver for 30 Meters, ZL4SAE                          39-42
PROJECT:  A Resonent Soeaker for CW, K5LN                                43-45
PROJECT:  Consideration for Audio Ascillators, WB9YBM                    46-47
PUBLICSRV ARES/Public Service - SKYWARN Recognition Day 2016        K1CE 95-96
REVIEW:   FlexRadio Systems FLEX-6500 SDR Transceiver & Updated SW       53-59
REVIEW:   SDRPlay RSP1 Radio Spectrum Processor ~ $150                   59-63
REVIEW:   Pacific Antenna Easy TR Switch Kit ~$20 qrpkits                63-64
REVIEW:   Hamcrafters K16 Keyer Kit ~$20                                 64-65
SAFETY:   Gas Discharge Tubes - Putting the Lid on Lightning, N0AX       68-69
TECH:     A Panadapter for your Transceiver or Receiver, WA9PYH          34-38
TECH:     Intro to Twitter, jglifort                                     73-75
February 2017

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January 2017
100/50/25 QST January-2017 Issue for: 1917, 1967, & 1992                 108
ANTENNA:  How Long Half-Wave Dipoles Should Be The DOCTOR                70-71
CLASSIC:  The Hallicrafters SR-160, covers ONLY the active bands of time 103-4
DOCTOR:   How Long Half-Wave Dipoles Should Be                           70-71
DOCTOR:   Adjusting Antenna Tuner using RF Ammeter                       70-71
DOCTOR:   PEP Maximum Output Power? * Loops for RF Chokes?               71-71
ECLECTIC: Texting Off the Grid, using "goTenna"                          72-72
ECOMM:    ARES - Writers on the Storm: The After-Action Report      K1CE 93-94
HANDS-ON: Experiment #168, Evaluating Filters                            75-76
HINTS:    Connector Wrap, protecting a splice W8DD                       79-79
HINTS:    Repairing Astron Connector Blocks, bad set screws K1WCC        79-80
HINTS:    Opening Secur Torx Screws KS5KIP * Handheld Holder W3MPG       80-80
HINTS:    Pipe Plug Mobile Mount, Plastic test plug fits cup holder KI7L 80-80
MAKER:    Maker Faire Success for Ham Radio Clubs W6DTW                  81-83
PROJECT:  A Small Lightweight High-Voltage Switch-Mode power Supply N0KC 30-34
PROJECT:  A 222 MHz Transverter for the Yaesu FT-817 - Revisited W1GHZ   35-37
PROJECT:  Squelch Delay Lights, LED Indicators for Signals W6RYO         38-39
PROJECT:  Arduino CW Serial IDer  AA5OY                                  40-43
PROJECT:  Telescoping Motorized Mast and Controller  KD6X                44-49
PROJECT:  Modulation-Demodulation Software Radio  VE7DXW                 50-57
PUBLICSRV Writers on the Storm: The After-Action Report             K1CE 93-94
QEX:      300th Issue, Recreated the 1st issue                           43-43
QEX:      QEX Celebrates 300th Issue                                     84-84
REVIEW:   Elecraft PX3 Panadapter for the KX3 Transceiver AD5X           58-60
REVIEW:   Excelvan M6013 Capacitance Meter N1II Amazon price ~$29        61-62
REVIEW:   Pacific Antenna Easy Audio Bandpass Filter Kit                 62-64
REVIEW:   Carson optical Pro Series Magnifying Visor with LED Light ~$28 64-65
REVIEW:   DX Engineering Coaxial Cable Preparation Tools K1RO ~$20       65-67
REVIEW:   HamLog Logging App for iOS N0SSC iTunes ~$1, visit: pignology  68-69
TECH:     IR Thermometer Accuracy N0KC                                   77-78
TECH:     Solar Power Optimization RFI HB9AZO                            78-78
TECH:     Pico-fuse Project Protection KC2LNC                            78-78
VHF/UHF:  Don't Wait for Contests (need more UHF activity!)              73-74
VHF/UHF:  ARRL Repeater Directory now leverages Crowdsourcing Technology 89-89
VHF/UHF:  Routes RFinder * Demo of RFinder * Subscribe to RFinder $10/yr 89-89
VHF/UHF:  Report Radio Jamming * Coordinators Jamming Reports            89-89
VHF/UHF:  The Worl Above 50 MHz: HackRF One, a Liniux SDR 1MHz-6GHz T/RX 99-00
YL:       Geek Girl Makes Good, W1BXY                                    85-86
January 2017

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December 2016
100/50/25 QST December-name Issue for: 1916, 1966, & 1991                106
ANTENNA:  Weatherizing Outdoor Inductors and Traps, K5QY                 33-36
BuildIt   A Simple APRS Tracker, F4GOH & his HamProjects site            30-32
BuildIt   A Long-Wave Upconverter, W6HPH                                 37-38
CLASSIC:  The Heathkit AT-1 Novice * Transmitter ~ 30W in 2-tubes  W1ZR  102-3
DOCTOR:   Can I use my 40-Meter Dipole on 15 Meters?                     53-54
DOCTOR:   Why does my S-Meter go up as I turn the gain down?             54-54
ECOMM:    ARES * Field Notes on Solar Power, Reader tips            K1CE 71-72
ELMERING: A "Steadi" Road to Relicensing, young mentor older mentee N3CB 59-61
HANDS-ON: Experiment #Clean Audio Makes for Comfortable Listening        55-56
HINTS:    Easy Homerbrew PTT, WA7BRL * Repairing IF Transformer, K9BF    57-57
HINTS:    Locking Powerpoles. N7CFO * Buried Cable water Wick, WT6C      57-58
HINTS:    Intraoral Camera Magnifier, K6TAR * Mic Clip Fix, K1MTD        58-58
HINTS:    More of J-38, W3HBM                                            58-58
INFO:     Cheers for College Amateur Radio: Sis-boom-bah! NY2RF          09-09
INFO:     Dr. Kim Andrew Elliott, KD9XB - VOA Radiogram Net, JGILFORT    13-13
NEW:      Keyer Cables from Aloha Radio * QRP J-36 Telegraph Key         36-36
NEW:      Easy TR Switch Kit from Pacific Antenna - QRP Kits             36-36
PUBLICSRV . Field Notes on Solar Power, Reader tips                 K1CE 71-72
REVIEW:   Yaesu FTM-3200DR Digital/Analog 2-Meter Transceiver, ~ $200    42-44
REVIEW:   DV4mini Multimode Digital hotspot SW & HW Linux reflect DMR DS 46-48
REVIEW:   Arlan Communications Radiosport RS60CF Headset ~$300 + $79-99  49-49
REVIEW:   Pacific Antenna 40-Meter Easy Receiver Kit - qrpkits ~$25      50-51
REVIEW:   QRPme AM Broadcast Interference Filter Kit  BCI doc            52-52
SAFETY:   Safety First! Part 2 Grounding                                 39-41
TECH:     A Simple APRS Tracker, F4GOH & his HamProjects site            30-32
W1AW:     W1AW Schedule                                                  105
December 2016

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November 2016
100/50/25 QST November Issue for: 1916, 1966, & 1991                     108
ANTENNA:  A Multi-band Antenna for Kayaks and Boats KD6JUI               30-32
ANTENNA:  Controlling Unwanted Feed Line Resonance in VHF Vertical K4ERO 33-36
CLASSIC:  .                                                              104-5
CLASSIC:  The Gonset G-66 and G-77 Mobile Receiver and Transmitter KE8RN 104-5
DOCTOR: It's Better to Choke than Dissipate Common-Mode Current          71-71
DOCTOR:   Coax better in PVC or not underground? * Baud vs Bit-Rate      71-72
DOCTOR:   Measure Impedance of open-wire/antenna w coax antenna analyzer 72-72
ECLECTIC: .The Scourge of Ransomware  WB8IMY                             44-44
ECOMM:    ARES/Public Service                                       K1CE X
ECOMM:    .                                                         K1CE X
FEEDBACK: June 2016 "Eclectic Technology" LED DS1 50mA max needs 330Ohm  32-32
HANDS-ON: Experiment #165 Optimizing Placement of Stubs                  73-74
HINTS:    TS-440 Connection Upgrade (to Anderson Power Poles)            75-75
HINTS:    Ladder Line Construction * Bench Helper *                      75-75
HINTS:    Float Supply Fire Danger (Power supply has crow-bar on output) 75-75
NEW:      Low Pass Filter Kit from Pacific Antenna (QRPkits) $15         36-36
QEX:      Articles list, lunar echos * low pass Chebyshev designs *      70-70
QEX:      grayline propagation investigation * ionosphere ionization     70-70
QEX:      L-network matching * long path echoes *                        70-70
REVIEW:   Elecraft K3S HF and 6 Meter Transeiver, ~ $2900 - $4100        45-51
REVIEW:   BridgeCom Systems BCM-220 222 MHz FM Transceiver ~$240-290     52-54
REVIEW:   FlexRadio Systems Maestro Control Console  ~$1200              54-58
REVIEW:   KN2C DDF2020T Radio Direction Finder ~$400 w GPS, $350 w/o GPS 59-62
REVIEW:   Siglent Technologies SSA3021X Spectrum Analyzer+ 2.1GHz ~$1600 63-66
REVIEW:   QRP Labs Ultimate 3S Multimode Beacon Transmitter Kit ~$90 all 66-69
REVIEW:   PackTenna Mini End-Fed Wire Antennas - Contact: Support ~$90   69-70
SAFETY:   Safety First! Part 1 Station Power. (From 2017 Handbook).      39-43
SOFTWARE: Online Log Upload for ARRL Contests     N0AX                   82-83
TECH:     Frequency Measuring Test November 2016 2000L-EDT 11/02        95-95
November 2016

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October 2016
100/50/25 QST October Issue for: 1916, 1966, & 1991                      108
ANTENNA:  Near Fields of a Mobile Mounted 2 Meter Antenna  KI6BDR        33-35
ANTENNA:  Omnidirectional Microwave Antennas, W1GHZ Slot Ant Spreadsheet 56-57
CLASSIC:  What is Classic Radio? Exploring how a radio becomes a classic 104-5
DOCTOR:   CB Antenna for 10m Spring adds length * PSK interferes wid SSB 54-55
DOCTOR:   HF Linear Amp, how get it in operation? Prob Tube Amp tune it! 55-55
ECLECTIC: Battery Technology & the Pitfalls of "Conventional Wisdom"     60-60
ECOMM:    ARES/Public Service: CERT Comms - Voices From the Field   K1CE 91-92
HANDS-ON: Experiment #165: Propagation Prediction beacons VOACAP predict 58-59
HINTS:    Improve Your Ameritron, Cub & L-4B Tuning * Build Coax Checker 64-65
HINTS:    Ameritron Modification: add 2 20-turn pots better tuning W7WOO 63-64
HINTS:    Confirming Your Coax - Build a coax checker  KC7O              64-65
HINTS:    MFJ Cub Tuning Upgrade (10-turn pot) KM7Q                      65-65
HINTS:    Drake L-4B Precision Tuning Scale, use plastic protractor W3EX 65-65
NEW:      Digital Rotator Controller from Array Solutions RA-S1: $425    35
NEW:      Sienna XL Transceiver Kit from The DZ Company  $2995 - $5345   35
NEW:      Audio Filter Modules from SOTABEAMS var exchange rate so ~$58  37-37
OPERATE:  The Reverse Beacon Network  N4ZR and N0AX                      30-32
PROJECT:  Build the Infinite Looper, replay on-air audio  WM6H           36-37
PROJECT:  A Wide Range Audio Oscillator  N1II                            42-43
PUBLICSRV CERT Comms - Voices From the Field - K1CE                      91-92
REVIEW:   Expert Electronics SunSDR2 Pro HF/VHF SD Transceiver ~$2100    44-49
REVIEW:   SSB Electronic SP-200 and SP-70 RX-preAmplifiers 2m 70cm  $?   49-51
REVIEW:   Alinco DR-735T VHF/UHF FM Transceiver ~$370 Distributor        51-53
TECH:     Safe Mobile Mounting * Diode Voltage Drops * Batt Pwr Demand   61-62
October 2016

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September 2016
100/50/25 QST September Issue for: 1916, 1966, & 1991                    107
ANTENNA:  Activate Your Loop Receiving Antenna  DK6ED                    36-38
APPS:     Keeping an Eye on APRS Telemetry, software &  TW Group  NA6BR  30-31
ARES:     Cascadia Rising 2016: Pacific NW Amateurs Called to Serve KX7YT65-68
ARES:     Reviving Your ARES Training Net WB4ZKA                         71-73
ARES:     2016 Simulated Emergency Test WV1X                             78-78
DOCTOR:   Best Coax for Frugal Engineer? * How 1/4-wave matching work?   56-57
ECLECTIC:When a Signal is Barely a "WSPR"  WB8IMY                        60-60
ECOMM:    ARES/Public Service/PUBLICSRV/K1CE:                            83-85
ECOMM:    Cascadia Rising 2016: Pacific NW Amateurs Called to Serve KX7YT65-68
ECOMM:    Reviving Your ARES Training Net WB4ZKA                         71-73
ECOMM:    2016 Simulated Emergency Test WV1X                             78-78
ECOMM:    Power to the Public Service Operator - Part 3 K1CE             83-85
HANDS-ON: Experiment #164 Dividers (Voltage, Current)                    58-59
INFO:     Facebook Basics  Jen Gilfort - JGILFORT                        74-76
LONGWAVE: A Simple Low-Power Transverter for 472 - 479 kHz  G3XBM        32-35
NEW:      DV4mini USB Hotspot supports D-STAR, C4FM, DMR, dPMR & P25     45-45
PROJECT:  Arduino CW Trainer  N4TL                                       39-41
PROJECT:  Web-Controlled Receiver Antenna Switch  KE2ZT                  42-45
PUBLICSRV Power to the Public Service Operator - Part 3 K1CE             83-85
QEX:      microwave assemblies, printed horn antennas, crystal test      45-45
QEX:      oscillators, low freq receiving antennas, & RF filters         45-45
REVIEW:   BridgeCom Systems BCH-220 222 MHz Handheld FM Transceiver  $85 46-48
REVIEW:   Comet CAA-500MarkII Antenna Analyzer - list: $449.00           49-51
REVIEW:   DX Connection QSK 2500 High-Power External QSK Switch $375?    52-55
TECH:     Simpler Solar * SDR Receiver Upgrades * MFJ Tuner Feedback AG1 61-62
September 2016

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August 2016
100/50/25 QST August Issue for: 1916, 1966, & 1991                       101
ANTENNA:  Antenna Analyzers - The Basics, W1ZR                           32-34
ANTENNA:  A Stealthy Quad Vertical Antenna K3KKH                         37-40
ARRL:     ARRL, Community Associations Institute Find Common Ground      76-79
DOCTOR:   High Dynamic range is Good for You - Explain it & intercept pt 51-52
DOCTOR:   How do I start an SSB 40m Net? * Digital Modes & the ALC Meter 52-52
DX:       3C7A - Equatorial Guinea, getting on the air w high security   95-96
ECLECTIC: The Flavors of PSK                                             53-53
ECOMM:    ARES/Public Service/PUBLICSRV/K1CE: Get With the Program K1CE  81-82
HAMSCI:   HAMSCI: Ham Radio Science Citizen Investigation N0AX           68-71
HANDS-ON: Experiment #163  E- and H-Field Probes                         54-55
HINTS:    Mobile Hook Mount, VA3DDN * Fitting Ferrite Beads K9DJT        56-57
HINTS:    Two-Range AC Power Supply K2AOP * Moldable Mount WT4K          57-58
HINTS:    Silver Tape Inductor W9JEF * More on PVC - UV sensitive -paint 58-58
INFO:     Kickstart your Group with aClub Contesting N3FJP               61-63
NEW:      Portable Torsion Bar Key from W1SFR  $175                      34-34
NEW:      Low-Power End-Fed Half-Wave Tuner Kit from SOTABEAMS  ~$9      40-40
NEW:      Siglent SSA3000X Series Spectrum Analysers ~ $1595             50-50
NEW:      New at Hamvention: IC-7300, * DPM6000 * KX2 * Sienna XL etc    74-75
OPERATE:  National Parks on the Air - August 2016                        67-67
PROJECT:  Convert an Aviation Headset for Amateur Radio Use KB3VZL       35-36
PUBLICSRV ARES/Public Service/PUBLICSRV/K1CE: Get With the Program K1CE  81-82
QRM:      Wind Profilers: Our VHF/UHF Neighbors NA4CW                    64-66
REVIEW:   Icom IC-7300 HF and 6 Meter Transceiver ~$1500                 41-47
REVIEW:   JYE Tech Ltd Capacitance Meter DIY Kit ~$10 buy from sparkfun  47-49
REVIEW:   MyAntennas OCF-4010E-3K Off-Center Fed Dipole Antenna ~$140    49-50
RFI:      A Tale of Two Air Conditioners, W0GXA                          30-31
RFI:      Wind Profilers: Our VHF/UHF Neighbors NA4CW                    64-66
TEACHING: Antenna Analyzers - The Basics, W1ZR                           32-34
TECH:     Antenna Analyzers - The Basics, W1ZR                           32-34
TECH:     Wind Profilers: Our VHF/UHF Neighbors NA4CW                    64-66
VHF/UHF:  Wind Profilers: Our VHF/UHF Neighbors NA4CW                    64-66
VHF/UHF:  Worst Sporadic E Season Ever? N0JK                             97-99
August 2016

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July 2016
100:      An Induction Excitation Transmitter                            106
50/25:    50: W1CER transistor 6-m TX * Intro to Digital Signal Process  106
ARRL:     Centennial QSO Party QSL Cards                                 74-75
CLASSIC:  The Lysco Model 600 K2RP (Transmitter of its time)             101-2
DOCTOR:   Making COM Ports Communicate * 5/8 Moble, Something shorter?   53-54
ECLECTIC: VOA Radiogram                                                  42-42
ECOMM:    ARES/Public Service/PUBLICSRV/K1CE: Online Resources, Training 82-83
ECOMM:    2015 Simulated Emergency Test Results WV1X                     70-71
HANDS-ON: Experiment #162 - Oscilloscope Triggering and RF  N0AX         55-56
HINTS:    Patriotic Tower, QSL Replies, and Remembering Your Memories *  62-63
HINTS:    Flying the Flag * Postage Sticker * Rotate Your J-38 *         62-63
HINTS:    Remembering Repeaters * Hocky Puck Rig Raise                   63-63
PROJECT:  The ZZRX-40 Direct Conversion 40 Meter Receiver AA0ZZ          34-37
PROJECT:  Auditory Gimmicks and Testers for the Blind WA6NPC             38-41
PUBLICSRV Online Resources, Training, and Services for the Public Srv Op 82-83
QEX:      July/August * PLL, Beverage Antennas, RF Filters, Coax         37-37
REVIEW:   Icom IC-7851 HF and 6 Meter Transceiver ~$13k                  43-49
REVIEW:   SPE Expert 1.3K-FA Solid-State Linear Amplifier ~$3.8k-$5k     50-52
TECH:     A Cabinet for the DS0138 Digital Oscilloscope * Wall Wart Batt 57-58
TECH:     Wall Wart Battery Backup Improvements (01/16p49 by N1II) * Pr  58-59
TECH:     Protoboard Battery Safety (This is GOOD!) WA6IVG               59-59
VE:       Extra Pool Update and Maintaning VE Accreditation              103
VHF/UHF:  Microwave Impedance Matching W1GHZ                             60-61
W1AW      Schedule                                                       99-99
July 2016

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June 2016
100:      Bigger Antennas, QST $0.10 price, RadioRelay Bulletin, etc     106
50:       66: Field Day Cover * Build SSB Transmitter * Pres Hoover W6ZH 106
25:       91: Field Day Cover * - Min Power Problems * Builf HF VFO W1FB 106
ANTENNA:  Verticals on the Beach - Some Modeling Results KZ1W            32-34
ANTENNA:  The Case of Declining Beverage-on-Ground Ant Performance N6LF  38-41
ANTENNA:  If You Can Hang a Full-Size Vert Loop, Then Hang a Dipole KM2KM45-46
ANTENNA:  HF Portable in Your Own Back Yard WB8IMY                       47-47
ARRL:     A Rainbow of Badges, AG1YK                                     79-79
ARRL:     A New Era begins at ARRL Headquarters, WW1ME New CEO NY2RF     80-80
ARRL:     ARRL Review & Improve OO Program * SBE Urges FCC to Improve    80-81
ARRL:     SBE Urges FCC to Improve Medium-Wave Noise Environment         80-81
ARRL:     ARRL MF Experiment Coordinator Sees Ongoing Research Role      81-81
ARRL:     Jamboree * Awards * Silent Keys * Summer Olympics              82-83
ARRL:     Commenorative ARISS Slow-Scan TV Transmission a Success        83-83
DOCTOR:   Every Part of an Antenna Can Count * Compute AHr I need? W8CRO 63-64
DOCTOR:   Isotropic Antenna vs Dipole gain? W2BFJ.                       64-64
ECLECTIC: A Digital Interface in Time for Field Day WB8IMY see: g4ilo.com67-67
ECOMM:    ARES/Public Service/PUBLICSRV/K1CE: Inside Madison County EOC  84-85
ECOMM:    Madison County EOC The Inside Story, rural EOC small dedicated 84-85
FIELDDAY: June: 25-26, Field Day with Limited Space, W4MC                73-74
HANDS-ON: Experiment #161 Transistor Subtleties N0AX Miller Effect       65-66
HINTS:    Installing Antenna Ropes with a Fiberglass Mast, W1VT          68-69
HINTS:    Two Meter Mag-Mount Ground Plane, KB3VZL                       69-70
HINTS:    Matching Aluminum Tubing to PVC Fittings, W6NBC                70-70
HINTS:    Copper Wire Tie-DownN0TW * Cell Phone Safety Belt, AC6SL     70-70
HINTS:    Project Box Covering, EI8FH                                    70-70
HISTORY:  The Evolution of the ARRL Traffic System, 1914 - Present       101-2
NEW:      Bridgecom Systems, BCH-220 1.25 Meter Handheld 5/2W $85        31-31
NEW:      Station Automation Products from 403A, force12                 31-31
NEW:      Lightweight Baluns from SOTABEAMS, Pico Balun                  41-41
NEW:      DXtreme reception Log X Software                               41-41
NEW:      Wi-Fi Antenna Antenna Switch from SnapTekk Technologies $40    49-49
OPERATE:  Tuning Up Your Station W1ZR (on the air but make it better)    50-52
OPERATE:  US Amateur Radio Bands - Effective Date March 5, 2012          62-62
OPERATE:  National Parks on the Air - June 2016, KX9X                    75-76
PODCAST:  Podcasts (How to find, stream, download, & listen...) JGLIFORT 77-78
PROJECT:  Build This Counterpoise Tuner AB0VI                            30-31
PROJECT:  The Courteous Timer for Repeater ID WB9YBM                     48-49
PROJECT:  A Digital Interface in Time for Field Day WB8IMY see: g4ilo.com67-67
PUBLICSRV Madison County EOC The Inside Story, rural EOC small dedicated 84-85
REVIEW:   MFJ-5008 Ultrasonic Receiver, ~$180                            53-56
REVIEW:   LabNation SmartScope Model A14 ~$230 ~10MHz tequipment circuit 56-57
REVIEW:   MFJ-845 SWR/Wattmeter $100    * QSK 11c TP-1 Touch Paddle $159 58-60
REVIEW:   Leo Bodnar Electronics GPS-Disciplined Oscillator $227/$271    60-61
TECH:     Radio Frequency Measurements with a Digital Oscilloscope WA2BVK42-46
June 2016

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May 2016
100:      New Cover * The Audion Detector * Naval Radio Service          98-98
50/25:    '66: W1CER's Varimatcher swr bridge * '91: EME Dish of SM2CEW  98-98
ANTENNA:  A Field-Portable Multi-Band Rotatable Dipole Antenna, N1KDO    30-32
ANTENNA:  A Ham gentelman's VHF/UHF Walking Stick Antenna, W6NBC , W6ND  33-35
ANTENNA:  A Lightweight Rotary Dipole for 40 Meters, K8CIT               40-41
ANTENNA:  Another Look at the Full-Wave HF Loop Antenna, W1ZR            42-45
ANTENNA:  Improved Antenna Matching and Direct Frequency Dongle, AG1YK   61-62
ARRL:     A Final Word, K1ZZ (David Retires & give us a parting shot)    09-09
CLASSIC:  A Hallicrafters Novice Station: The HT-40 and SX-140 WB1GCM    93-94
DOCTOR:   Simple Wire Antenna for 30, 17, & 12m? * Measuring PEP         57-58
DOCTOR:   Coax to window line to loop antenna questions                  58-58
DX:       What Time Is It? W3UR                                          87-88
ECLECTIC: Can Your Hear Me Now?K8YSE EIDX Network Satellite site         46-46
ECLECTIC: JTMSK: Software Suite K2MO JTMSK comm youtube video w VE1SKY   46-46
ECOMM:    ARES/Public Service/PUBLICSRV/K1CE:                            77-78
ECOMM:    AUXCOMM-Intense Training for Incident Communications K1CE      77-78
FEEDBACK: March 2016 pgs 37-38, 2m Antenna from TV Sat Dish, Figure 5 prob -62
FEEDBACK: Feb 2016 pg 30-6, Understanding Con Envelope SSB mislabeled axis -62
FEEDBACK: Mar 2016 p 64, Figs 4 & 9 is 12V in Quick Coax Checker N5RPZ   62-62
HANDS-ON: Experiment #160 Transistors at High Frequencies                59-60
HINTS:    Sound Detector K8CMD * Anchoring Tape Measure Elements WB8SVS  63-63
HINTS:    Stand-up Radio (HT) N1YPS * Mic Cord Protector DU1EV           63-64
HINTS:    Lever Nuts K1APJ * Where Am I At? W2BEE * Surface Saver VA3DDN 64-64
LETTERS:  QST on Talking Books, loc * Straight Key Century Club, skcc    24-24
MEMBER:   Jerry Clement, VE6AB, by jglifort                              13-13
MOBILE:   Parachute Mobile: In the Air, On the Air - Jen Glifort         69-71
NEW:      Ground Braid from ABR Industries Start: $7 1.5, 3, 5, & 10' OR 39-39
NEW:      Dual Time Zone App for the Pebble Smartwatch                   39-39
NEW:      Custom cable Builder from DX Engineering                       41-41
NEW:      RFinder Now Includes Coverage Maps, CloudRF  subscribe         45-45
NEW:      Fused DC Distribution Panel from SOTABEAMS ~$28kit/$43+Box/$67 60-60
PUBLICSRV AUXCOMM-Intense Training for Incident Communications K1CE      77-78
REVIEW:   ELAD FDM-DUO SDR HF and 6 Meter Transceiver ~$1300, QRP        47-52
REVIEW:   Aerial-51 Model 404-UL Asymmetrical Inverted V Antenna ~$125+  52-53
REVIEW:   Emtech ZM-2 Z-Match Low Power Antenna Tunner ~$65/$90 Kit/Built54-55
REVIEW:   SOTABEAMS Band Hopper 2, 3, or 4 Dipole, ~$73 + $60/Mast+ $13  55-56
VHF/UHF:  Portable Operation in the Great Outdoors N0JK                  89-91
May 2016

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April 2016
100:      Unlicensed Amateurs urged to get their licenses                104
50/25:    ARRL Convemntion, Invisable Tower / Connectors, ESD damage     104
ANTENNA:  Ground Influence on Antenna Patterns, KE4PT                    41-42
ANTENNA:  Antenna Modeling - What's it All About? W1ZR                   43-45
ANTENNA:  Artful Antennas, Sheila Clarke, KI4WKY                         74-75
BOOK:     The Radio Boys and Girls, McFarland ISBN 978-1-4766-6354-8 $40 47-47
DOCTOR:   How to Choose - Pi or T? * Antenna Modeling Free space vs real 59-60
ECLECTIC: Rasberry Pi 2: Maximum Processing Power for Minimum Dollars    48-48
ECOMM:    ARES/Public Service/PUBLICSRV/K1CE: Getting Started with CERT  84-85
EVENT:    Snapsshots from HamCation 2016 Florida                         79-80
HANDS-ON: Experiment #159, More L Network Design, N0AX                   61-62
HINTS:    The KX3 Grows Legs W6JHB * Homebrew USB Hub KM4BLG             65-66
HINTS:    Radial reel W3MEO                                              66-66
HISTORY:  The Radios that Started and Ended WWII in the Pacific, AH6CY   70-72
HISTORY:  The B&W 6100 - unique transmitter design, K2RP                 99-00
IN ONE:   CW Tone Detector, N1II                                         46-47
PROJECT:  PICAXE-Based Timer, KT4WX, Darrell Davis                       30-32
PROJECT:  The PropKeyer IV - A Multimode CW Keyer, K1QW                  38-40
PROJECT:  Makerspaces, get into a group for microwaves etc  W1GHZ        63-64
PROJECT:  Artful Antennas, Sheila Clarke, KI4WKY                         74-75
PUBLICSRV Getting Started with CERT, K1CE                                84-85
REVIEW:   HobbyPCB RS-UV3 Radio Shield (for Arduino), K1RO               49-51
REVIEW:   RM Italy HLA 305V 160-10 Meter Amplifier, $700, WB1GCM         51-54
REVIEW:   Siglent SDS1102X Oscilloscope - 100 MHz, $500 - N1II           54-57
REVIEW:   Seek Compact Thermal Imager ~$250 connects to smartphone       58-58
SOLARPWR: Can Home Solar Power and Ham Radio Coexist? K1KP, Tony Brock   33-37
April 2016

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March 2016
100/75:   1916: Radio Communication by Amateurs * 1966 Varactor Multipli 99-99
50/25:    1991 Log-periodic dipole array cover photo * Plane Crash & 2m  99-99
ANTENNA:  A Shortened 60 Meter Dipole That Also Covers 15 Meters, LA8OKA 30-32
ANTENNA:  Four-Band UHF Contest Antenna, KI5WL                           33-36
ANTENNA:  An Efficient 2 Meter Antenna Disguised as a TV Satellite Dish  37-38
ANTENNA:  A Compact Multiband Dipole, W1VT                               45-46
ARRL:     Changes, New President, New CEO, ect.                          09-09
ARRL:     Inside HQ: Special Event Stations                              13-13
CLASSIC:  The Gonset G-76, K9OCO a unique radio with innovative pedigree 94-95
DOCTOR:   Steel Wire for Radials? KF0SY * Top-Fed Wire Vertical? K1RF    57-58
DOCTOR:   Update: Protecting Transceiver's Outputs Linear Amp short KD1I 58-58
ECLECTIC: Listening for EPIRBs (Emergency Position-Indicating Rescue     61-61
ECLECTIC: Beacons) - EPIRBs EPIRB PLOTTER                                61-61
FEEDBACK: Typos, Figure 4, "Antenna Gain Part III" QST Jan 2016 pp 45-48 46-46
FEEDBACK: Formula, "Microwavelengths"  QST Oct 2015, pp 57               46-46
FEEDBACK: Typos, "All-Mode 1kHz to 1.f GHz SDR Receiver" QST Jan 2016p30 46-46
FEEDBACK: Drawing, "Battery Backup for Your Wall Wart" QST Jan 2016 p49  46-46
FEEDBACK: 741 OpAmp Pins 1 & 2, "Battery Backup Wall Wart" QST 01/16p49  46-46
FEEDBACK: Fig 1, "Desk Microphone Power-On & PTT Indicator" QST 01/16p43 46-46
HANDS-ON: Experiment #158 Test Sets, Dummy Load, RF Analyzer, It Worked? 59-60
HINTS:    Tuner inside plastic rock K8JHR * Coax Checker N5RPZ           64-65
HINTS:    Keyboard Feet KD0HKD  *  Lead-free solder N3TTE                65-65
HISTORY:  The Irish Hurdy Gurdy Vintage Radio Museum, W5ZAX - film       69-70
MICROS:   Arduino: A Modular 40 Meter CW Transceiver with VFO, W8TEE, +  39-44
NEW:      Spyverter Extended Range Frequency Converter VLF-LF-MF-HF      68-68
PROJECT:  A Modular 40 Meter CW Transceiver with VFO, W8TEE  K2ZIA  W6DQ 39-44
PUBLICSRV Education - The Foundation of Preperation - FEMA * Auxcomm     81-82
REVIEW:   Alinco DR-B185HT VHF FM Mobile Transceiver 5/85W ~$???         47-49
REVIEW:   M2 LEO-Pack Satellite Antenna System ~$600                     60-61
REVIEW:   MyAntennas End-Fed Half-Wave Antenna for 80 - 10 Meters $150   52-53
REVIEW:   RigExpert AA-230 ZOOM 0.1-230 MHz Antenna and Cable Analyzer   54-56
TEACHING: ARRL Teachers Institute on Wireless Technology                 73-73
TECH:     Measurement techniques, Capacitances ~20mfd, Internal R, Tuner 62-63
March 2016

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February 2016
100/75:   1916 Plain Cover Record of long distance reception             105
50/25:    1966 Stack of Log Sheets * 1991 Astronaut in Orbit             105
CLASSIC:  A Hot Water Revival (HW101MM years in the making) WU0L         100-1
DMR:      Digital Mobile Radio                                           X
DOCTOR:   Loop for 160 Meters, Warm Balun Concern, W1RZ                  62-63
ECLECTIC: HF ARPS with Robust Packet Radio, WB8IMY                       64-64
ECOMM:    ARES, Public Service (PUBLICSRV:) Power for ALL (Anderson) K1CE90-91
ECOMM:    Power for ALL (Anderson Powerpoles), K1CE                      90-91
HANDS-ON: Experiment #157, Matching Network - Design and Build, N0AX     65-66
HINTS:    Rewindable Radial Idea WA7JII * Phone Patch Revisited KA6GSE   68-69
HINTS:    Powerpole Crimping Problem N2DF * Aluminum Tubing Source AF7W  69-69
HINTS:    Powerpole Fuse Holder N1RFK                                    69-69
IN ONE:   Software Oscilloscopes, N1II                                   47-48
OP ED:    Ham Radio - New Century, New Skills, W2IY                      102
PUBLICSRV Power for ALL (Anderson Powerpoles), K1CE                      90-91
REVIEW:   Yaesu FTM-100DR and FT2DR Dual-Band Transceivers, K1RO         49-53
REVIEW:   Yaesu FT2DR Handheld Transceiver, W1BXY                        53-55
REVIEW:   Signal Hound USB-SA44B 4.4 GHz Spectrum Analyzer and    AD5X   55-60
REVIEW:   Signal Hound USB-TG44A Tracking Generator, AD5X                55-60
REVIEW:   RT Systems radio Programming Software Kit  RFinder  RadioRef   60-61
TECH:     Understanding Controlled Envelope Single Sideband, W9GR        30-36
TECH:     Radio Wave Propagation: how Waves Attenuate with Distance KE4PT37-40
TECH:     Meter Bands and Megahertz - Wht We Use Both, K4ERO             41-42
TECH:     An Introduction to Coaxial Cable for RF Applications, W1ZR     43-46
February 2016

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January 2016
100/:     1916 * List of Stations Book * Oscillating Audion              -102
50/25:    1966 * W1AW's transmitter panel * 1991 * 20 m station on rocks -102
ANTENNA:  Amntenna Gain Part III: How Much Signal Gets Received? W1ZR    45-48
BOOK:     Radio Frequency Interference Pocket Guide $20                  48-48
DOCTOR:   Splicing Window Line * Multi-Band Verticals No Radials *       65-66
DOCTOR:   20 m Dipole add wire for 40 m, doesn't work on 20 m now, why?  66-66
ECOMM:    ARES:  Public Service (PUBLICSRV:) VOAD                        84-84
ECOMM:    VOAD-Another Way to Serve, National Volutntary Organizations   84-84
ECOMM:    VOAD - Volutntary Organizations Active in Disaster             84-84
ECOMM:    Basic Public Service Operating - AndersonPower, Wire Antennas  84-85
HANDS-ON: Experiment #156 Designing a Broadcast-Reject Filter, N0AX      69-70
HINTS:    Heil Headset Adapter for Icom-7100 * EnergyBar Booster LiFePO4 74-75
HINTS:    Magnetic Fan Control * Storing Battery Back * Coax Cutter      75-75
HISTORY:  When Shortwave Was the Gateway (to amateur radio) WB8IMY       97-98
NEW:      Alpha S9 vertical Antenna                                      37-37
NEW:      Headset for Handheld Transceivers from Heil Sound              41-41
NEWS:     Radiocomm Conference Approves Global 60 Meter Allocation WW1ME 80-80
OPERATE:  Using Unmodified Command Set ARC-5 Radios on d Ham Bands K4ERO 38-41
OPERATE:  You, Too, Can Work 630 Meters, WD8DAS                          76-78
PROJECT:  All-Mode 1 kHz to 1.7 GHz SDR Receiver, WA3TFS                 30-34
PROJECT:  A 3D Printed Key for Straight Key Night, W2MDW                 34-37
PROJECT:  The Double-Nickle QRP Key, K5RCR                               42-42
PROJECT:  Desk Microphone Power-On and PTT Indicators, VA3DDN            43-44
PROJECT:  Battery Backup For Your Wall Wart, N1II                        49-50
PUBLICSRV VOAD-Another Way to Serve, National Volutntary Organizations   84-84
PUBLICSRV VOAD - Volutntary Organizations Active in Disaster             84-84
PUBLICSRV Basic Public Service Operating - AndersonPower, Wire Antennas  84-85
REVIEW:   Ameritron ALS-ALS-1306 HF and 6 Meter Power Amplifier          55-58
REVIEW:   MFJ-939I Automatic Antenna Tuner                               58-60
REVIEW:   Rowetel SM1000 FreeDV Adapter by aliexpress                    60-62
REVIEW:   JYE Tech Ltd DSO138 DIY Oscilloscope Kit at accudiy            62-64
TECH:     About SSB, N0AX                                                51-54
TECH:     A Feedback Primer, W1GHZ                                       67-68
TECH:     Accurate Time with WSJT-X, KE4PT                               72-72
TECH:     Power to the Public Service Op - an update by WB4SON           72-73
TECH:     Putting up a low hanging 75/80 Meter Dipole, KD6SF             73-73
TIPS:     Essential Ham Tools - The Nibbler, WB8IMY                      50-50
VHF/UHF:  A Feedback Primer, W1GHZ                                       67-68
January 2016
Done in one, 49-

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December 2015
100/75:   Dec 1915 First Issue Ever * Dec 1940 Rotary Spark pag at work  102
50/25:    1965 Looking back at 50 Years * 1990 Looking at 75 yreas       102
ANTENNA:  Orthogonal Loops - A Medium Wavelength Receiving Antenna KI5FJ 30-32
ANTENNA:  Antenna Gain, Part II: How Do We Get real Antenna Gain?, W1ZR  33-36
DOCTOR:   Help your Transceiver Survive a Short in your Amplifier        49-49
DOCTOR:   Will Grounding my Equipment one a strip casue Ground Loops?    49-50
DOCTOR:   Contesting Contact Numbers, where do I get one?                50-50
ECLECTIC: AllStar Link with a Raspberry Pi 2 * Eye Candy at Public Event 51-51
ECOMM:    ARES:  Public Service (PUBLICSRV:)                             67-68
ECOMM:    Getting Started in Public Service - Part 1, K1CE               67-68
FUTURE:   The Past, Present, and Future of the Elser-Mathes Cup (Mars)   59-60
HANDS-ON: Experiment # 155 - Negative-Voltage Circuits                   52-53
HINTS:    Coiled Cord Cable Control * RJ45 Mic Extension *               54-54
HINTS:    Cutting Epoxy-glass PCBs * Quick Solder Gun Tip *              54-55
HINTS:    Supporting Balanced Window Line * More on Furnace RFI          55-55
HINTS:    Indicator Lamps Help with Remote Troubleshooting               55-55
HISTORY:  The Past, Present, and Future of the Elser-Mathes Cup (Mars)   59-60
NEW:      Alpha Delta Model TLM Tower Leg Grounding Mount ~$70           36-36
PUBLICSRV Getting Started in Public Service - Part 1, K1CE               67-68
QST 100:  Dec 1915: Pictured Electro-Magnetic Waves                      37-38
QST 100   A Century of QST, AG1YK                                        61-63
REVIEW:   MFJ-226 Graphical Antenna Impedance Analyzer, AD5X             39-42
REVIEW:   SSB-Electronic MHP-200 & MHP-70 VHF/UHF Preamps & DCW-2004B ...43-44
REVIEW:   DX-Engineering DXE-RG-5000 & DXE-RG-5000HD Receiver Guards     45-47
REVIEW:   Down East Microwave 2MLDPA75 2 Meter Amplifier                 47-48
TECH:     Dec 1915: Pictured Electro-Magnetic Waves                      37-38
VINTAGE:  The Conar Twins, rigs from the mid 1960s                       96-97
December 2015

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November 2015
75/50/25: W1JEP 2.5m Osc'40/W1CER helical beam ant'65/N6TU's Field Day'90 84-84
ANTENNA: Antenna Gain, Part 1, What do the Numbers Really Mean? W1ZR      42-44
APRS:    Staying on Course with Pascket Trackers, AK4FA                  79-81
DOCTOR:  What to Do if You Don't Live on a Flat Earth, Antenna/hills W1ZR 69-70
DOCTOR:  6 & 2 Meter quad & double shielded coax and choke banun, W1ZR    70-70
DOCTOR:  "Full Quieting" defined (I don't think W1ZR answered this)       70-70
HANDS:   Experiment #154, Power Factor and Phase Angle, N0AX              72-73
HINTS:   Filament Rejuvenation * Make a Tuning Knob Dimple                77-78
HINTS:   Antenna Mount Drilling Holes * High Power Sunds an Alarm RFI     78-78
HINTS:   Torx Screws with Center Pin Removal                              78-78
HISTORY: Ross Hull, Amateur Radio Innovator, K4XAR                        82-83
NEW:     bhi Compact In-Line Noise Cancelling Module                      44-44
NEW:     HobbyPCB RS-UV3 VHF/UHF Radio Module, hobbypcb, $90              68-68
NEW:     Ladder Snap Open Wire Feed Line Insulators from 73cnc.com        68-68
PROJECT: The Digital Fist Recorder, N2HTT                                 38-41
QST 100: Editorials DE American Radio relay League, Nov 1919              84-84
REVIEW:  Yaesu FT-991 HF/VHF/UHF Transceiver, $1550                       45-51
REVIEW:  Icom IC-2730A Dual-Band FM Transceiver, $340                     51-54
REVIEW:  LNR Precision LD-5 QRP Transceiver, $575                         54-57
REVIEW:  Elecraft KSYN3A Synthesizer Upgrade for the K3 HF/VHF TXRX, $220 58-59
REVIEW:  M2 6M-1K2 High-Power 6 Meter Amplifier, $2699/$3299              60-62
REVIEW:  SARK-110 Vector Impedance Antenna Analyzer, $389                 62-65
REVIEW:  SCS Tracker/DSP TNC for HF APRS, $350  in US: farallon or white  66-68
TECH:    Introduction to the Arduino Microcontroller, KW5GP               30-32
TECH:    High-Speed Wireless Networking in the UHF & Microwave Bands W2LNX33-37
TECH:    The WristRig, WB8IMY                                             71-71
TECH:    ARRL Laboratory Handheld Transceiver Testing, WR1B               74-76
TIPS:    HF Digital and Audio Overdrive, WB8IMY                           102
VINTAGE:  The Cosmophones, K9OCO                                          100-1

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October 2015
100 YRS:  The Making of an Amateur Packet-Radio Network, K8MMO, W4RI     42-44
75/50/25: 1940, Amateur Television Camera * 1965 Photos ARRL DX Contest   -104
75/50/25: 1990, Photo 3Y5X Team Bouvet DXpedition                         -104
ANTENNA:  "Rotating Antennas" without Moving Parts, WB8IMY               59-59
ARRL:     The Value of ARRL Membership                                   76-79
BOOK:     Electronics from the Ground Up - Learn by Hacking, KI6AZB      35-35
BOOK:     The CW Geek's Guide to Having Fun with Morse Code, KB6NU       35-35
CHART:    US Amateur Radio Bands, Effective on March 5, 2012             75-75
DMR:      Intorduction to Digital Mobile Radio (DMR), W2XAB              30-34
DOCTOR:   Ways To Shorten an Antenna, KD6SF                              55-56
DOCTOR:   Fifth Wheel RV Antenna Mounting, W1JD - backrack               56-56
ECOMM:    ARES:  Public Service (PUBLICSRV:)                             87-88
ECOMM:    Power to the Public Service Operator - Part 2, K1CE            87-88
FEEDBACK: WA3TFS Audio Patch Filter resistor location update QST Aug 2015  -41
FEEDBACK: Repair and Restore your Mosley beam, K5QY QST July 2015 website  -41
HANDS-ON: Experiment #153 Learn by Fixing, N0AX                          60-61
HINTS:    Wireless Remote Antenna Switch, VA3DDN                         62-63
HINTS:    HW-100 Dial Indicator Repair, KC2REN * TO-3 Top Hat, W0PPF     63-64
HINTS:    Button Battery Testing, W3GIS * Mobile HF Power RFI, W0LTL     64-64
HINTS:    Bungee That Mast, KD6SF                                        64-64
IN ONE:   One Switch Does it All, N1II Multiple devices on One Switch    40-41
NEW:      Crimp Tools for LMR-500 & LMR-600 - Times Microwave Systems    39-39
NEW:      KF7P Metalwerks Pully Block, KF7P * QRP Dummy Load frm SOTAbeams -41
QST 100:  The Making of an Amateur Packet-Radio Network, K8MMO, W4RI     42-44
REVIEW:   Apache Labs ANAN-100D SDR HF/6 Meter Transeiver, AA6E ALSupport45-52
REVIEW:   MFJ-2910 80/160 Meter matching Network for 43-Foot Verticals   52-54
TECH:     Five Myths of Propagation Dispelled, K9LA                      36-39
TIPS:     That Flea Market Classic Mic - What to Do With it?, W1ZR       39-39
VHF/UHF:  DX at Microwaves and Higher, W1GHZ - MicrowaveUpdate Site Path 57-58
VHF/UHF:  Predicting Tropospheric Openings, N0JK                         92-94
VINTAGE:  The 60's Novice, WJ1B                                           -100
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September 2015
100 YRS:  First Annual Field Day Report, 1933                            75-75
75/50/25: 1940 Parabolic UHF Antenna * 1965 Radio Astronomy Antenna       -104
75/50/25: 1990 LASER Communication Station                                -104
ANTENNA:  Take-Down Yagi for the 2-Meter band, VE6AB                     30-33
ANTENNA:  Antenna Tuners as Preselectors, Loop Skywire WV3E              61-61
ANTENNA:  High Pass Antenna Tuning Unit as a Preselector, K4ERO          61-61
ANTENNA:  Grounding Issues in Antenna Switches, VA3DDN                   61-62
DIGITAL:  FSQ - Fast Simple QSO, ZL1BPU                                  34-39
DOCTOR:   Electret Mic needs Bias Voltage, Bill, WB0BBO                  56-56
DOCTOR:   Half-wave telescoping HT Antenna used indoor? Ken N2DF         56-57
DOCTOR:   Grid Square map for Gulf of Mexico? Daryl, KC5SL!Q             57-57
DOCTOR:   Motorola Standars and Guidelines for Communication Sites-Pub R56 -57
DOCTOR:   Lightning Protection Grounding, Motorola Publication R56       57-57
ECLECTIC: Water, Water Everywhere, Flash Flood Coating Video buy $45     60-60
ECOMM:    ARES:  Public Service (PUBLICSRV:)                             67-70
ECOMM:    A Generalized Structure for Deployment Planning, KD9LA, KF7VBO 67-70
ECOMM:    Starting (or Restarting) an ARES Group, K1CE, ARES Manual      79-80
FEEDBACK: Hands On Radio August 2015, Puzzle 1 Pg 60 should be 4A/0.25A  57-57
HANDS-ON: Experiment #152, Improvisation (An Interesting Antenna)        58-59
HINTS:   Dollar Continuity Checker, NJ1X * Thrust Bearing Template WA3SRU63-64
HINTS:    Plating Nichrome Wire, AF2RF * Cooling a Hot RF Problem, W0ZX  64-64
HINTS:    Handheld Hanger, NM1K                                          64-64
NEW:      Compact High Frequency Receiver from National RF               33-33
NEW:      Power Supply Module for Raspberry Pi  from GeppettoElectronics 33-33
OnTheAir: Transmit and Receiver on Frequency, K4TAX                      44-45
PROJECT:  Build a Rapid Deployment Radio Go-Box, KW5GP                   40-41
PROJECT:  An Anderson Powerpole Adapter for Your Power Supply, AD5X      42-43
QST 100:  First Annual Field Day Report, 1933                            75-75
REVIEW:   Wouxun KG-UV8D Dual band Handheld Transceiver, NJ1Q            46-49
REVIEW:   West Mountain TARGETuner Screwdriver Antenna Controller, N0AX  49-51
REVIEW:   Heil Sound Pro 7 Headset, W1ZR                                 51-52
REVIEW:   Audio Filters MFJ-752D Signal Enhancer II & Idiom Press SCAF-1 53-55
TECH:     Antenna Tuners as Preselectors, Loop Skywire WV3E              61-61
TECH:     High Pass Antenna Tuning Unit as a Preselector, K4ERO          61-61
TECH:     Grounding Issues in Antenna Switches, VA3DDN                   61-62
TECH:     Repairing "Tinsel Wire" (Foil/Cloth) Connections 09/2014 KF9CI 62-62
VINTAGE:  The E. F. Johnson Viking II AM and CW Transmitter, W1ZR        96-97
September 2015

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August 2015
75/50/25: 1940-RC Airplane, 1965-Morse Typewriter, 1990-Youth & Ham Radio -101
100 YRS:  The Beverly Hills Disaster, August 1977 QST - Not just an fire 72-73
APPS:     Program Android Amateur Radio Apps with MIT Inventor 2, WB5KIA 39-42
APPS:     Dire Wolf: A Virtual TNC for APRS & Other Applications, WB8IMY 74-74
BOOK:     The Art of Electronics, Third Edition ISBN:9780521809269 $120  38-38
DIGITAL:  Dirty Digital, WB8IMY                                          43-46
DOCTOR:   Making Sense of RF Ammeter Readings * HF Vertical Tuning       57-58
DOCTOR:   TNC vs Sound Card Interface                                    58-58
ECLECTIC: Dire Wolf: A Virtual TNC for APRS & Other Applications, WB8IMY 74-74
ECLECTIC: HDMI "Stick" Computers, Windows: $150, Linux: $90              74-74
ECOMM:    ARES:  Interfacing with Local Emergency Officials, K1CE        79-80
FEEDBACK: Don't Blow Up Your Balun, June 2015, p 32 corrections          56-56
FEEDBACK: Kenwood TS-590SG Transceiver Review, July 2015, p47-53 update  56-56
HAMVENTN: Hamvention 2015: It's a Wrap                                   68-71
HANDS-ON: Experiment #151 Quist Quizzes, 1956 - 1961                     59-60
HINTS:    Bad But Not Blown - Fuse (Looks good but isn't), KD4SFD     HK 61-61
HINTS:    Hacksaw straight cut - use two blades, K8CMD                HK 61-61
HINTS:    Advantages of Binaural Reception, K6KZM                     HK 61-62
HINTS:    Moldable Plastic PTT, W8MQW, RS "U Mold Plastic" #2770161   HK 62-62
HINTS:    Rotator Wiring, N0TW * Headphone Holder, WA1ZJL             HK 62-63
HINTS:    Amertron Repair Connection, N2HO                            HK 63-63
NEW:      Powerpole Power Distribution Blocks from Powerwerx $24/$35     35-35
NEW:      DX Engineering Skyhawk, Skylark, & Butternut Yagi Antennas     35-35
NEW:      Wide Band Analog/Digital Receiver from AOR, AR-DV1 0.1-1300 MHz   42
NEW:      Common Mode Choke from SOTAbeams ~$20                          42-42
PROJECT:  WA3TFS Audio Notch Filter and Clipper, WA3TFS                  33-35
PROJECT:  headphone Amplifier for the Hearing-Impaired Ham, W7IEQ        36-38
PUBLICSRV Interfacing with Local Emergency Officials, K1CE               79-80
QST 100:  The Beverly Hills Disaster, August 1977 QST - Not just an fire 72-73
RADIOTIPS Essential Ham Tools - The Nibbler, N2EI                        46-46
RADIOTIPS The Volt-Ohm Meter, WB1GCM                                      -103
REMOTE:   The PocketShack Project, KH6TY                                 30-32
REVIEW:   ACOM 600S 160-6Meter Linear Amplifier, $2800, K1RO             47-50
REVIEW:   MFJ 1742 Extended Double Zepp Wire Antenna, ~$80, WB8IMY       50-51
REVIEW:   MDFJ-618 Dual Channel Speech Intelligibility Enhancer $220 W1ZR51-52
REVIEW:   Quicksilver Radio Products Q-PWR Micro Meter, ~$20, WJ1B       53-54
REVIEW:   Micro-Node International IRLP/EchoLink Nano-Node, $495, VE5EIS 54-56
TIPS:     Essential Ham Tools - The Nibbler, N2EI                        46-46
TIPS:     The Volt-Ohm Meter, WB1GCM                                      -103
VHF/UHF:  Transatlantic Tropo, N0JK                                      93-95
VINTAGE:  Atlas Radio, Part 2, K90C0                                     98-99
August 2015

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July 2015
75/50/25: 2.5 m Transmitter * ARRL National COnvention * Computer Contest 104
ANTENNA:  Building a Receiving Flag Antenna for 160 Meters, WB6RSE       35-38
ANTENNA:  Log Periodic Basics, Experiment #150, N0AX                     61-62
DOCTOR:   Peak Angle Elevation * Fan Dipole * Transmitting Capacitor     57-58
ECOMM:    ARES:  Public Service (PUBLICSRV:) Outside the Go Box, K1CE    79-80
HANDS-ON: Experiment #150, Log Periodic Basics, N0AX                     61-62
HINTS:    Vertical Antenna Truck Mount * Quick Auto Power Tap            66-67
HINTS:    12 V DC Power Strip * Clothspin Spreaders                      67-67
HOMEBREW: The Joys of Homebrewing, WB8IMY                                20
PROJECT:  Repair and Restore Your Mosley Beam, K5QY  www.k5qy.net        39-40
PROJECT:  More Uses for the Webcam Microscope, WA4WZP                    41-42
QST 100:  That's a Hot One (funny)                                       74-74
REVIEW:   Kenwood TS-590SG HF and 6 Meter Transceiver, W1RZ              47-53
REVIEW:   RadWAV SkyPi-40 Transmitter Kit, AA6E                          53-54
REVIEW:   YouKits MT-1 QRP Antenna Tuner Kit, WB1GCM or: vibroplex       55-56
SPACE:    Fox-1: The New Era of Amateur Radio Satellites, AA4KN          43-45
SOFTWARE: Eclectic Technology: Windows 10, WB8IMY                        46-46
TEACHING: Handiham Program: Ham Radio Learning 4 People wid Disabilities 68-69
TECH:     Effect of Small HF Loop Near Fields on Direction Finding, WR1B 63-65
VHF/UHF:  Affordable Microwave Test Equipment, W1GHZ                     59-60
VINTAGE:  Atlas Radio, K9OCO                                             99-00
July 2015

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June 2015
75/50/25: 1940, 1965, 1990                                               104
ANTENNA:  Don't Blow Up Your Balun, N6BV R. Dean Straw, N6BV             30-36
ANTENNA:  Field Day Antenna Patch Panel, KW5GP                           45-46
ATV:      DVB-T: A solution for ARES Television Operations, KH6HTV       42-44
BOOK:     Arduion Projects for Amateur Radio, W6DQ, and W6TEE, Amazon    44-44
DOCTOR:   Stacked Antenna Phase, KD6SF * Working Split Frequency AC2CM   62-62
DOCTOR:   Dipole Counterpoise doesn't radiate? KV7AC                     62-63
DOCTOR:   Difference in 40 meter signals then and now? K5ZOI             63-63
DOCTOR:   Installing Solar Panels and EMI to my antenna? W3ULS           63-63
ECLECTIC: Ham Radio Tweets, SKYWATCH Windoo or Amazon                    64-64
ECOMM:    ARES:  Public Service (PUBLICSRV:)                             84-85
FIELDDAY: Field Day Antenna Patch Panel, KW5GP                           45-46
HANDS-ON: Experiment #149 - Accidental Mixers, N0AX                      65-66
MORES:    Are Your Code Skills Qualified? WB8IMY                         77-78
NEW:      Portable 6 Meter Antenna from SOTAbeams                        41-41
OPERATE:  Hotel Alpha Mike - Getting Your Call Across, AH6CY             70-73
OPERATE:  High School Hams Reachable By Satellite, KC5EES.               73-74
OPERATE:  10 Meters - The Band Between, AG1YK                            X
PROJECT:  Add Full Break-in QSK Keying to Your Linear AMplifier, W8ZR    37-41
PROJECT:  The Mute-Til Later, KC70                                       47-48
PUBLICSRV Tips for Drafting an Emergency/Disaster Response Plan, K1CE    84-85
QST 100:  What Does My S-Meter Tell Me?, W1FB (SK)                       49-51
REVIEW:   Alinco DJ-500T Dual Band Handheld FM Transceiver, W1BXY, $140  52-54
REVIEW:   RF Communications Elecronics AT-615B Remote Balanced Ant Tuner 54-57
REVIEW:   YouKits EK1A 40 and 20 Meter QRP CW Transceiver Kit, $149      57-60
REVIEW:   AntLion Audio ModMic Headset, $43                              61-61
VINTAGE:  Vintage Field Day                                              101-2
June 2015

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May 2015
75/50/25: 1940: Electric Key * 65: Homebrew RX * 90: Convention          100
APRS:     APRS In Your Pocket, Jerry Clement VE6AB                       30-31
ARES:     Into the Field, Ditch the Rubber Duck, Hide Radios, K1CE       80-81
BOOK:     Radio Receiver Technology - Priciples, Archit & Apps, OE3RAA   43-43
DOCTOR:   Sideband Reversal or Not?, WB6RSE * TV Antenna for Ham? K0KS   61-62
DOCTOR:   HT as Mobile Radio Coax Grounding? KF6EOJ                      62-62
DONE IN:  Done in One (Or Perhaps Two): Key Your Rig Without a Wire N1II 44-46
DX:       US Amateur Radio Frequency Allocations, W3UR                   89-90
ECLECTIC: State-of-the-Art Homebrewing, WB8IMY                           50-50
ECOMM:    Into the Field, Ditch the Rubber Duck, Hide Eadios, K1CE       80-81
FIELDDAY: 2015 Field Day Announcement                                    88-88
HANDS-ON: Experiment #148, Proof of Performance                          63-64
HISTORY:  A Portable Power Supply for WERS (War Emergency Radio Service) 47-49
INFO:     Short Delayed Echoes Continue to Amaze, Gene Greneker, K4MOG   41-43
MOBILE:   The Modern Mobile, Alan Applegate, K0BG                        35-36
PROJECT:  Done in One (Or Perhaps Two): Key Your Rig Without a Wire N1II 44-46
PROJECT:  A 100 Hz to 10 MHz Signal Generator, WA2EUJ                    37-40
PROJECT:  A Voltage Power Monitor, Mert Nellis, W0UFO                    32-34
PUBLICSRV Into the Field, Ditch the Rubber Duck, Hide Eadios, K1CE       80-81
REVIEW:   Alinco DX-10 10 Meter Transceiver, WB1GCM                      51-53
REVIEW:   Aspect Solar EnergeyBar 250 & EP-55 Solar Panel Charger, K1CE  54-56
REVIEW:   West Mountain Radio DC-to-Go Battery Box with RIGrunner4008 &  56-58
REVIEW:   Spiderbeam Amuminum Telescopic Mast, KX9X  $buy in pieces!     58-59
REVIEW:   Phonema KSP3 Ham Speaker, A1ZR                                 59-60
TECH:     Considerations for Wire Size in Wire Antennas, WR1B            65-66
TECH:     US Amateur Radio Frequency Allocations, W3UR                   89-90
VHF/UHF:  Predicting Meteor Scatter Using TV Video Carriers, N0JK        91-93
VINTAGE:  Collecting and Restoring Vintage Radios, K2RP                  98-99
May 2015

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April 2015
75/50/25: 1940: W2ILE Electric Keyer, 65: W1ICP Transmitter, 90: Launch  100
ARES:     Practical Operating Tips frm the Field, K1CE                   81-82
ARRL:     Member Input Sought on Draft HF Band Plan Proposals, K1ZZ      69-71
ARRL:     ARRL Library Goes Live                                         77-77
ARRL:     Radar Sharing Schemes Could Displace Amateur Radio at 76-81GHz 78-78
DOCTOR:   Vertical Monopoles Can Indeed Be Directional, W1ZR             59-60
DOCTOR:   40 neter Monopole Radial Arrangement? Rich, K1OF               59-60
DOCTOR:   Early 2 meter Transceiver adding CTCSS? Jon, WN4V              60-60
DOCTOR:   Why do Transceivers use 50 Ohm Impedance? Tom, AB2FG           60-60
ECLECTIC: Prototypeing a "littleBit" at a time * Rise of the SSD, WB8IMY 61-61
ECOMM:    ARES:  Public Service (PUBLICSRV:)                             81-82
FCC:      The FCC's "Paperless" License Policy is in Effect              77-77
HANDS-ON: Experiment #147 Capacitors at RF, N0AX                         64-65
HINTS:    Wart Reducer, Ameritron Repair, Fishing Reel Stake             66-68
HINTS:    Plugging the Power Leak, KE3FL * Ameritron Amp. Repair, N2HO   66-67
HINTS:    Fishing Reel Support Stake, W3MEO * S-Biner Mic Hook, K3TA     66-67
OPERATE:  The 500 Milliwatt Man, JQ2UOZ by Steve Ford, WB8IMY            76-76
PROJECT:  Mini-CT: A Curve Tracer for he Ham Shack, N7VK                 34-36
PROJECT:  Voltage Reducer for Lithium-ion Polymer Four-Cell Batts AD5X   39-41
PROJECT:  Ameritron ALS-600 Band Switch Modification, K2DLJ              42-44
PUBLICSRV Practical Operating Tips frm the Field, K1CE                   81-82
QST 100:  A Radical Approach to Single Sideband, WIOU Larson E. Rapp ;)  45-46
REVIEW:   FlexRadio Systems FLEX-6300 Transceiver,FLEX-6700 Transceiver, 47-58
REVIEW:   and SmartSDR for Windows Software, AA6E                        47-58
TECH:     Measuring Frequencies at VE3GSO ~zero-cost frequency measure   37-38
VHF/UHF:  Untangling Digital Voice Above 50 MHz, K1IW                    30-33
VHF/UHF:  Microwavelengths: Dynamic Range, W1GHZ                         62-63
VINTAGE:  The R.L. Drake 4-Line Twins-1960's SSB Technology Leaders W1ZR 96-97
W1AW:     W1AW/p - The Year in Review                                    72-75
April 2015

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March 2015
75/50/25: 1940: Antenna Switching * 65: 18-foot Dish * 90: Microwave     104
ANTENNA:  The DK6ED Double Loop (for top band), Chris Kunze              34-40
ANTENNA:  The W0IH Tunable 80 Meter Dipole, Michael Foerster             38-40
ANTENNA:  Easy Two=Band Ground Plane for Other Band Combinations, W1ZR.  41-23
ANTENNA:  Modeling Coupled Resonator Antennas                            42-42
ANTENNA:  An Off Center End Fed Dipole for Portable Op... 40 & 6 m KE4PT 44-46
ANTENNA:  Force 12 XR6 20 - 6 Meter Yagi Antenna, Price: ~$1600, K1RO    54-57
ANTENNA:  MFJ-1896 6 Meter Moxon Antenna, Price: ~$70, WB8IMY            57-58
ANTENNA:  Cubex Mosquito-6 70cm Quad Antenna, Price: $73, WB8IMY         58-59
ANTENNA:  HobbyPCB Hardrock-50 Internal Automatic Antenna Tuner, AD3X    59-62
ANTENNA:  More on Sag in Wier Antennas, WR1B                             69-71
ARES:     Power to the Public Service Operator (Choosing battery), K1CE  87-88
DIGITAL:  PSK63 Rising? WB8IMY                                           66-67
DOCTOR:   Roll Up Your Sleeves and Make a Sleeve Dipole, KC2MM *         64-64
DOCTOR:   One instead of Two Transmission lines? VE3BHQ *                65-65
DOCTOR:   Dual Receive Dual Transmit Radios? N1EQG                       65-65
ECLECTIC: PSK63 Rising? WB8IMY                                           66-67
ECOMM:    ARES: Public Service (PUBLICSRV:) - see ARES above             87-88
FEEDBACK: A Solid State 1.25 kW Linear Amplifier, CORRECTION, zener anod 63-63
HANDS-ON: Experiment #146 Notes on Bonding and Shielding, N0AX           67-68
HINTS:    Converting Camouflage Spreaders and an Antenna Wheel Well Mnt  72-73
HINTS:    Converting Camouflage Spreaders, W8TER                         72-72
HINTS:    Mobile Antenna Lip Mount, WA8MHO                               72-73
HISTORY:  The Transistor - Or 25 Miles on a Hunk of Germanium, K2AH      50-53
NEW:      RANVerter PI SDR Upconverter Kit from Hayseed Hamfest Co       43-43
NEW:      RF Products Catalog from Pasternack Enterprises                43-43
PROJECT:  A Talking Frequency COunter,                                   30-33
QST 100:  The Transistor - Or 25 Miles on a Hunk of Germanium, K2AH      50-53
REVIEW:   Force 12 XR6 20 - 6 Meter Yagi Antenna, Price: ~$1600, K1RO    54-57
REVIEW:   MFJ-1896 6 Meter Moxon Antenna, Price: ~$70, WB8IMY            57-58
REVIEW:   Cubex Mosquito-6 70cm Quad Antenna, Price: $73, WB8IMY         58-59
REVIEW:   HobbyPCB Hardrock-50 Internal Automatic Antenna Tuner, AD3X    59-62
REVIEW:   bhi Desktop Amplified DSP Noise Cancelling Speaker, W1ZR W4RT  62-63
TEACHING: Teaching the Future with Ham Radio, N2ZRW Edith Lennon         81-82
TEACHING: The ARRL Teachers Institute on Wireless Technology, K1DMJ      83-83
TECH:     Standing Wave Ration - What Does It Really Mean? W1ZR          47-49
TECH:     More on Sag in Wier Antennas, WR1B                             69-71
VINTAGE:  Toy Telegraph Keys, WJ1B                                       100-1
March 2015

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February 2015
75/50/25: February 1940, 1865, 1990 (Simple Directional Wattmeter)       104
APRS:     Free Maps for UIView, zero-cost, PA7RHM                        36-38
DOCTOR:   Phased Arrays Must be Connected in the Correct Phase, W1ZR     66-67
ECLECTIC: Deconstructing the Tower of Babel, WB8IMY (HF digital modes)   55-55
HANDS-ON: Experiment #145, Grounding and Bonding Systems, N0AX           68-69
HINTS:    Junk Box Porta-Paddle, W1VIV * Mini TNC Case, N0BII            70-70
HINTS:    Antenna Stretcher, W6OEK * DMM Field Strength Meter, KB3VZL    70-71
HINTS:    Reverse Sawtooth Generator, SV3ORA *                           71-71
HINTS:    Power Pole Rotator Upgrade, KB1NXE *                           71-72
HINTS:    More on the Meter Shunt, AG1YK                                 72-72
NEW:      Tracking Signal Generator from DS Instruments, $725            32-32
NEW:      6 Meter Yagi from JK Antennas, see: DX Engineering             36-38
NEW:      Codeman Smartphone App * DX Engineering Mast Laod Estimator    97-97
PROJECT:  Measure Your Receiver's Digital Noise Reduction, K8KI          30-32
PROJECT:  A Homebrewed Shock-Mounted Boom Microphone, N1GY               33-35
PROJECT:  Make Homebrewed Look Factory Built, KF7PB                      39-42
PROJECT:  Test Setup for Measuring Traps,                                43-44
PROJECT:  A Direct-Reading mw Power Sensor for Your Dig Wattmeter, AD5X  47-50
PROJECT:  A Prototyping Technique, AA1WZ                                 51-54
PUBLICSRV First Aid and Physical Fitness for Public Service Operators    89-90
QST 100:  On the Air with Single Sideband                                76-77
REVIEW:   Icom ID-5100A Dual Band VHF/UHF FM Transceiver, mobile, K1CE   56-59
REVIEW:   YouKits TJ2B Handheld HF Transceiver, WB1GCM                   59-63
REVIEW:   Heil HM-12 Base Station Microphone, W1ZR                       63-65
REVIEW:   RigExpert WTI-1 Wireless Transceiver Interface, WB8IMY         64-65
RFI:      Hunting Down RF Noises, W0IH                                   45-46
STATION:  Grounding and Bonding Systems, N0AX                            68-69
VHF/UHF:  Analog FM Repeaters - an Overview, AG1YK                       82-83
VINTAGE:  The DenTron Story, W9COC                                       99-100
February 2015

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January 2015
75/50/25: 1940, 1965, 1990,                                              102
ARRL:     The ARRL Library: A New Online Resource, KX9X                  80-80
DOCTOR:   A Low Yagi Can be Better than No Yagi, Negative Line Fuse      61-62
DOCTOR:   Two U/VHF ANtennas One Tower,                                  62-62
ECLECTIC: Analog to Digital at 400 Gigabits Per Second, WB8IMY           69-69
ECOMM:    PUBLICSRV: Planning and Operations Special Event Comm, K1CE    87-88
HANDS-ON: Experiment #144 The Myth of the RF Ground                      63-64
HINTS:    Watching Your Voltage, Winding Yoy Wire, & Mobile Mount Maint  70-71
HINTS:    A Handy Digital Voltmeter, N0GSG * Antenna Wire Winder, KD6SF  70-71
HINTS:    K400 Mount Problem,  *                                         71-71
HISTORY:  WAR COMES! We Take Our Posts in the Country's Defense, 12/1941 76-79
NEWS:     ARRL to FCC: Continue Making Official Paper Licenses Available 82-85
PROJECT:  A Five-Way Remote Antenna Switch, G8NDL                        30-35
PROJECT:  Hybrid HF Transmitter, 4Z1VC                                   36-41
PROJECT:  A Solid State 1.25 kW Linear Amplifier, K2OP See: March pg 63  42-46
PROJECT:  An Easy WSPR 30 Meter Transmitter,                             47-50
QST:      QST Centennial Photo Contest,                                  81-81
QST 100:  WAR COMES! We Take Our Posts in the Country's Defense, 12/1941 76-79
REVIEW:   Beko-Elektronik HLV-1100 70 Centimeter Amplifier, WA2TEO Array 51-54
REVIEW:   MFJ-223 Vector Impedance Antenna Analyzer, AD5X                55-57
REVIEW:   Portable Rotation 12PR1A Ultra-Portable DC Antenna Rotator KX9X 57-9
REVIEW:   Palstar SP30H Ultimate Communicatinos Speaker, W1ZR            59-60
TEACHING: Resources for Volunteer Examiners,                             98-98
TECH:     The NVIS Myth - A Modeling Study, WR1B                         67-68
VHF/UHF:  Microwavelengths, Microwaves - The DIY Bands, W1GHZ            65-66
VINTAGE:  From Separates to Combos to Transceivers, K2RP                 99-00
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or - |BuildIt|H&K|ar|rl|2| - Hints & Kinks - or - |BuildIt|AG1YK|ar|rl|1| - or - |BuildIt|tc|ar|rl|1| - Technical Correspondence * WR1B Larry D. Wolfgang, WR1B - |BuildIt|WR1B|ar|rl|2| or at |BuildIt|tc|ar|rl|2| Technical Correspondence * WB8IMY QST Editor: Steve Ford, WB8IMY - |BuildIt|sford|ar|rl|2| or: |BuildIt|wb8imy|ar|rl|2| Writes: Eclectic Technology * DOCTOR W1ZR GETTINGONTHEAIR JHALLAS Joel R. Hallas, W1ZR - |BuildIt|w1zr|ar|rl|2| The Doctor: |BuildIt|doctor|ar|rl|2| GETTING ON THE AIR: Joel R. Hallas, W1ZR, |BuildIt|jhallas|ar|rl|2| - A Look at Four Antenna Analyzers, Comet CAA-500 Ranges: 1.53 - 259, & 273 - 508 MHz MFJ-266 Ranges: 1.5 - 71, 85 - 185, 300 - 490 MHz Rigexpert AA-54 Ranges: 0.1 - 54 MHz & YOUkits FG-01 Ranges: 1.0 - 60 MHz * K1RO ARRL Product reviews Members Only Section Product Review Editor: Mark J. Wilson, K1RO |BuildIt|k1ro|ar|rl|2| * N1JEZ Mike Seguinm, N1JEZ - |BuildIt|N1JEZ|am|sat|2| * N0AX HANDS-ON RADIO column, H. Ward Silver, N0AX - |BuildIt|N0AX|ar|rl|2| * K1CE Contributing Editor: Rick Palm, K1CE - |BuildIt|K1CE|ar|rl|1| * K2TQN Vintage Radio, John Dilks, K2TQN - |BuildIt|K2TQN|ar|rl|2| * KI4RGD Dewey Rykard II, KI4RGD - |BuildIt|KI4RGD|ya|hoo|0| I: ARRL Educational Correspondent * W1VT Zack Lau, W1VT, |BuildIt|W1VT|ar|rl|2| or: |BuildIt|zlau|ar|rl|2| I: Zack is the Senior Laboratory Engineer in the ARRL Lab * ECOMM ARES RACES PUBLICSRV K1CE Public Service, Emergency Communications, ARES, RACES Richard K. Palm, K1CE - |BuildIt|k1ce|ar|rl|1| or try: - |BuildIt|k1ce|ar|rl|2| * AB1FMMaria Somma, AB1FM - |BuildIt|ab1fm|ar|rl|1| * K2TQN John Dilks, K2TQN - |BuildIt|K2TQN|ar|rl|2| * W3UR "How's DX?": Bernie McClenny, W3UR - |BuildIt|W3UR|ar|rl|2| * WV1X Steve Ewald, WV1X - |BuildIt|sewald|ar|rl|2|
Section Leadership Officials
Served Agencies and Partners
Family and Business Emergency Preparedness
SET Reporting Forms * W1AGP Allen Pitts, W1AGP - |BuildIt|apitts|ar|rl|2|
or - W1AGP, |BuildIt|W1AGP|ar|rl|1|
Allen is the ARRL Media and Public relations Manager ARRL Emergency Communications Training * W5MPC Mike Cory, W5MPC - |BuildIt|mcory|ar|rl|2|
Mike is the ARRL Emergency preparedness and Response Manager * NN1N Dave Patton, NN1N, |BuildIt|NN1N|ar|rl|2| * N1ND Dan Henderson, N1ND, |BuildIt|N1ND|ar|rl|2| 60m Channel Allocation Don't forget to scroll to the bottom of the page to download the 60-Meter Operations-New Privileges and Recommended Practices * WA8SME Mark Spencer, WA8SME, |BuildIt|WA8SME|ar|rl|2| * WW3DE Rick Lindquist, WW3DE - Managing Editor National Contest Journal: |BuildIt|WW3DE|ar|rl|2| Also: |BuildIt|WW3DE|ar|rl|1| * KI1U Mike Corey, KI1U, |BuildIt|KI1U|ar|rl|2| ARRL Emergency Preparedness and Response Manager * W1BXY Becky R. Schoenfeld, W1BXY, |BuildIt|W1BXY|ar|rl|2| * SME WA8SME Mark Spencer, WA8SME - |BuildIt|WA8SME|com|cast|0|
or |BuildIt|wa8sme|ar|rl|2|
Mark is the ARRL Educational and Technology Program Coordinator * WW1ME Rick Lindquist, WW1ME, |BuildIt|WW1ME|ar|rl|2| Managing Editor of NCJ * TEACHING DEBRAJOHNSON Debra Johnson, |BuildIt|djohnson|ar|rl|2| ARRL Education Services Manager Phone: 800-594-0296 ARRL Teachers Institute on Wireless Technology - To donate * K1SF K1SFA S. Khrystyne Keane, K1SFA, |BuildIt|K1SFA|ar|rl|2| ARRL New, Happenings, Editor * W3IZ Norm Fusaro, W3IZ W3IZ, |BuildIt|W3IZ|ar|rl|2| * NJ1Q Joe Carcia, NJ1Q, |BuildIt|NJ1Q|ar|rl|2| * WW1ME Rick Lindquist, WW1ME, |BuildIt|WW1ME|ar|rl|2| Managing Editor of NCJ * W3IZ W3IZ, |BuildIt|W3IZ|ar|rl|2| * W1MG Mike Gruber, W1MG, |BuildIt|W1MG|ar|rl|2| * W1AB Al Brogdon, W1AB, |BuildIt|W1AB|ao|l|0| Al puts together the bit on QST magazine of yeaster year called: 75, 50, and 25 Years Ago * FDQUESTIONS Field Day Questions, |BuildIt|fdinfo|ar|rl|2| * AA2TX Anthony Monteiro, AA2TX - |BuildIt|AA2TX|am|sat|2| * W1BW Bruce Walker, W1BW - |BuildIt|bruce|w1|bw|2| * KE4PT Kazimierz "Kai" Siwiak, KE4PT - |BuildIt|k.siwiak|ie|ee|2| or try: |BuildIt|KE4PT|ar|rl|1| * ROBERTSCHROEDER Robert Schroeder, |BuildIt|rschroeder|ie|ee|2| * KB5WIA David Palmer, KB5WIA, |BuildIt|KB5WIA|am|sat|2| * KB8UUZ Tom Parkinson, KB8UUZ, |BuildIt|KB8UUZ|port|cars|2| * SCR School Club Roundup email: SCR, |BuildIt|SCR|lim|arc|2| * KO1F Oscur Fuller, KO1F, |BuildIt|oscur|void|star|2| * KR0CK David Anderson, KR0CK, |BuildIt|jumpstart|world|genesis|2| * KX9X KX9X, Sean Kutzko, |BuildIt|KX9X|ar|rl|2| or: |BuildIt|skutzko|ar|rl|2| * TIS Technical Information Service, TIS - |BuildIt|tis|ar|rl|2| * K1DMJ Debra Johnson, K1DMJ - |BuildIt|k1dmj|ar|rl|2| ?? ARRL Education Services Manager * AA6E Martin Ewing, AA6E - |BuildIt|aa6e|ar|rl|2| * W1RZ Joel R. Hallas, W1RZ - |BuildIt|w1rz|ar|rl|2| * KE4PT Kazimierz "Kal" Sewiak, KE4PT - |BuildIt|k.sewiak|ie|ee|2| * AA4KN David Hordan, AA4KN - |BuildIt|aa4kn|am|sat|2| * NM1K Rusty Hack, |BuildIt|NM1K|am|satl|2| * K4TAX Robert McGraw, |BuildIt|rmcgraw|blom|and|2| * K9OCO Joe Veras, |BuildIt|K9OCO|ar|rl|2| * Jen Glifort, JGLIFORT - |BuildIt|jglifort|ar|rl|2| Asstant Editor for QST * W8JJ Bart Jahnke, |BuindIt|bjahnke|ar|rl|2| * HK Hint & Kinks, |BuildIt|hk|ar|rl|2| * N1II Paul Danzer, N1II - |BuildIt|n1ii|ar|rl|1| * ECLECTIC Eclectic technology articles by Steve Ford, WB8IMY, |BuildIt|wb8imy|ar|rl|2| * COMET NCG Companies Inc. 15036 Sierra Bonita Lane Chino, CA 91710 P: 800-962-2611 * 909-393-6133 F: 909-393-6136 @: sales@natcommgroup.com W: http://www.natcommgroup.com COMET CAA_500, 1.8 - 500MHz Antenna Graphics Analyzer (No data dump?) * W1GC Joe Goodell, W1GC - |BuildIt|joegoodell|yah|oo|0| * N1YV John Wittmann, N1YV - |BuildIt|n1yv|ar|rl|1| * N0GSG Tom Wheeler, N0GSG - |BuildIt|tom.n0gsg|gm|ail|0| * KD6SF Arthur McAlister, KD6SF Look him up or QRZ, no e-mail * WR1B , WR1B - |BuildIt|wr1b|ar|rl|1| * AD5X Phil Salas, AD5X - |BuildIt|ad5x|ar|rl|1| * WB9LVI George R. 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Fordham, |BuildIt|KD9LA|ar|rl|1| * W0ZX Tom Traughber, |BuildIt|W0ZX|ar|rl|1| * AF2RF Bennett Wilson, |BuildIt|adastra_2001|ya|hoo|0| * NJ1X Bill Kirk, |BuildIt|wk9879|veri|zon|1| * WA3SRU Lea Ln, |BuildIt|WA3SRU|ar|rl|1| * KF9CI Jim Tolson, |BuildIt|jtolson777|a|ol|0| * K4ERO John Stanley, |BuildIt|K4ERO|ar|rl|1| * VA3DDN Don Dorward, |BuildIt|VA3DDN|ar|rl|1| * WV3E Eric Fowler, |BuildIt|WV3E|ar|rl|1| * KW5GP Glen Popiel, |BuildIt|KW5GP|ar|rl|1| * ZL1BPU Murray Greenman, |BuildIt|denwood|orco|n.net|16| * VE6AB Jerry Clement, |BuildIt|stormchaser|sh|aw|6| * W3GIS Aaron Fineman, |BuildIt|w3gis|ver|ison|1| * W0LTL Mike Zonnefeld, |BuildIt|mikezonn|a|ol|0| * W0PPF George Carsner, |BuildIt|W0PPF|mch|si|0| * KC2REN Paul Willsie, |BuildIt|KC2REN|ar|rl|1| * ALSupport Apache Labs Support, |BuildIt|support|apache-|labs|0| * K9LA Carl Luetzelschwab, |BuildIt|K9LA|ar|rl|1| * KB6NU Dan Romanchik, KB6NU - The CW Geek's Guide to Having Fun with Morse Code, or from Amazon.com * KI6AZB Ronald Quan, |BuildIt|KI6AZB|ar|rl|1| - Electronics from the Ground Up - Learn by Hacking, Designing & Inventing - ISBN: 978-0-07183728-6 ~$23 * W2XAB John S. Burningham, |BuildIt|W2XAB|ar|rl|1| * K4XAR James E. O'Neal, |BuildIt|scm114|a|ol|0| * AK4FA Andrew Gossett, |BuildIt|AK4FA|ar|rl|1| * Glen Popiel, KW5GP - David Bern, W2LNX - Mike Aiello, N2HTT - KI5FJ Joe Ostrowski, |BuildIt|KI5FJ|ar|rl|1| * WD8DAS Steve Johnston, WD8DAS, |BuildIt|sbjohnston|ao|l|0| * WB4SON Bob Beatty, WB4SON, |BuildIt|wb4son|ar|rl|1| * N1II Paul Danzer, |BuildIt|N1II|ar|rl|1| * K5RCR Rick Rogers, K5RCR, |BuildIt|K5RCR|ar|rl|1| * W2MDW Matthew Williams, W2MDW, |BuildIt|W2MDW|ar|rl|1| * W2IY Mike Tortorella, W2IY, |BuildIt|W2IY|ar|rl|1| * WU0L Mark L. Meyer, WU0L, |BuildIt|meyerfin|hot|mail|0| * N1RFK Norm Beausoleil, N1RFK, |BuildIt|N1RFK|ar|rl|1| * N2DF Ken Slusher, N2DF, |BuildIt|N2DF|ar|rl|1| * AF7W Terry Halladey, AF7W, |BuildIt|AF7W|ar|rl|1| * KA6GSE Dennis Smith, KA6GSE, |BuildIt|thepres|the|vine|1| * WA7JII Mike Brown, WA7JII, |BuildIt|WA7JII|ar|rl|1| * W9GR Dave Hershberger, W9GR, |BuildIt|W9GR|ar|rl|1| * N3TTE Joseph Birsa, N3TTE, |BuildIt|N3TTE|ar|rl|1| * KD0HKD Randal Schulze, KD0HKD, |BuildIt|rschulze|ever|estkc|1| * N5RPZ Mark Phillips, N5RPZ, |BuildIt|blueharley|gm|ail|0| * K8JHR James Richards, K8JHR, |BuildIt|k8jhr|ar|rl|1| * W8TEE Dr. Jack Purdum, W8TEE |BuildIt|jjpurdum|ya|hoo|0| * K2ZIA Farrukh Zia, K2ZIA |BuildIt|Farrukh.Zia|us|a|1| * W6NBC W6NBC, John Portune |BuildIt|jportune|a|ol|0| * LA8OKA Martin Storli, LA8OKA |BuildIt|arcticpeak|ya|hoo|17| Martin at arcticpeak * KI5WL Jeff Wadsworth, KI5WL |BuildIt|KI5WL|ar|rl|1| * W3MEO Scott McCann, |BuindIt|W3MEO|ar|rl|1| * K2RP Ron Pollack, |BuildIt|K2RP|ar|rl|1| * KI4WKY Sheila Clarke, |BuildIt|KI4WKY|ar|rl|1| * W6JHB James Bennet, |BuildIt|W6JHB|ar|rl|1| * KM4BLG Zachary Thompson, |BuildIt|KM4BLG|ar|rl|1| * KE4PT Kazimierz (Kai) Siwiak, KE4PT, |BuildIt|KE4PT|ar|rl|1| or try: |BuildIt|k.siwiak|ie|ee|2| * K1QW Larry Cole, W1QA, |BuildIt|K1QW|ar|rl|1| * K1KP Tony Brock-Fisher, K1KP |BuildIt|barockteer|a|ol|0| * KT4WX Darrell Davis, KT4WX |BuildIt|KT4WX|ar|rl|1| * Gregory Andracke, W2BEE - |BuildIt|w2bee|ar|rl|1| * Andrew Jarosik, K1APJ - |BuildIt|k1apj|ar|rl|1| * Eduardo Victor J. Valdez, DU1EV - |BuildIt|du1ev|hot|mail|0| * Phill Grant, N1YPS - |BuildIt|phill12643|veri|zon|1| * Robert Evans, WB8SVS - |BuildIt|beach_bob|m|sn|0| * Art Heft, K8CIT - |BuildIt|artandkaren|gm|ail|0| * ABR Industries Email: |BuildIt|info|abr|ind|0| or can buy ABR stuff at: HamRadio.com * Ernie Sloan, W6ND - |BuildIt|w6nd|ar|rl|1| * Jeff Otterson, N1KDO - |BuildIt|n1kdo|n1|kdo|0| * Eric Howell, W4MC - |BuildIt|w4mc|mind|spring|0| * Maolcolm Joyce, EI8FH - |BuildIt|maljoyce8|gm|ail|0| * John Nogatch, AC6SL - |BuildIt|jnogatch|gm|ail|0| * Terry Webb, N0TW, - |BuildIt|n0twterry|yah|oo|0| * Klaus Spies, WB9YBM - |BuildIt|wb9ybm1|yah|oo|0| * Kris Merschrod, KM2KM - |BuildIt|km2km|t|wc|0| * Arthur Pini, WA2BVK - |BuildIt|arthurapini|gm|ail|0| * Rudy Severns, N6LF - |BuildIt|n6lf|ar|rl|1| * Dick Stroud, KZ1W - |BuildIt|dikw9sr|cit|znet|0| * Bert Kolts, AB0VI - |BuildIt|kolts1|estes|valley|1| * WA6NPC Bill Gerrey, WA6NPC, |BuildIt|bilge|sk|i|2| or |BuildIt|w0web|sr|rl|1| * Craig Johnson, AA0ZZ - |BuildIt|aa0zz|ar|rl|1| * N3FJP G. Scott Davis, |BuildIt|snkdavis|a|ol|0| * NA4CW Dr. Frank Merceret, |BuildIt|fmerceret|cfl.|rr|0| * W9JEF Tim Parkinson, |BuildIt|W9JEF|ar|rl|1| * WT4K Jeffrey Baer, |BuildIt|WT4K|ar|rl|1| * K2AOP John Clark, |BuildIt|K2AOP|ar|rl|1| * K9DJT Gary Drasch, |BuildIt|K9DJT|sbc|global|1| * K3KKH Stan Ekiert, |BuildIt|roadspyder|ms|n|0| * W0GXA Robert C. Lee, |BuildIt|rclee|gm|ail|0| * JGILFORT Jen Gilfort, |BuildIt|JGILFORT|ar|rl|1| * WB4ZKA Mike Pulley, |BuildIt|Mike.A.Pulley|co|x|1| * KX7YT & AF7PQ John Core, |BuildIt|KX7YT|ar|rl|2| and Monte Simpson, |BuildIt|AF7PQ|ar|rl|2| * KX7YT John Core, |BuildIt|KX7YT|ar|rl|2| * AF7PQ Monte Simpson, |BuildIt|KX7YT|ar|rl|2| * KE2ZT Spiro Argyros, |BuildIt|cyborgcnc|gm|ail|0| * N4TL Tom Lewis, |BuildIt|n4tl|ar|rl|1| * G3XBM Roger Lapthorn, |BuildIt|rogerlapthorn|dm|ail|0| * NA6BR Chuck Bland, |BuildIt|na6br|bland|ranch|1| * W3EX Thomas Nolan, |BuildIt|W3EX|ar|rl|1| * KM7Q Bob Crispin, |BuildIt|km7q|ar|rl|1| * W7WOO Leo Schafer, |BuildIt|leoschafer|co|xl|1| * KC7O Allen Wolff, |BuildIt|kc7o|ar|rl|1| * WM6H Robert Hinrichs, |BuildIt|rwhinric|gm|ail|0| * KE8RN George J. 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