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QHB #6 -- August 2001

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The Lowly Doublet ... Or Is It? by Fred Bonavita, K5QLF

Class-E Boots for the SNAP Transmitter  - A Mini-Adventure in RF Design by Lenny Wintfield, W2BVH
Transistor Arrays to the Rescue  by Joe Everhart, N2CX
The St. Louis Switcher - A Cheap Power Supply  by Matt Kastigar, N0XEU & George Heron, N2APB
Frequency Compensated Dummy Loads from TO220 Resistors  by Larry East, W1HUE
The NJ Islander - an Elegant Pad Cutting Technique by Dov Rabinowitz, AD0V
(with outstanding graphic illustrations by Paul Harden, NA5N)
The K8IQY Islander Audio Amplifier (made with Islander Pad Cutter) by Jim Kortge, K8IQY
(with outstanding graphic illustrations by Paul Harden, NA5N)
Make Your Own PC Boards by John Sakellakis, W8GXU
Using the PSK-80 "Warbler" for RTTY and MFSK16  by Bill Jones, KD7S
Build a PSK31 Interface for the FT-817  by Dave Redfearn, N4ELM
Build a "Warbler Deluxe" - Enclosure, RF Power Indicator, Audio Amp  by Ron Skelton, W6WO
(with construction examples by Bill Jones, KD7S and George Heron, N2APB)
An Emergency Antenna Connector  by Dave Ottenberg, WA2DJN

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Last Modified:  December 8, 2001