Latest Fashions in Beam Antennas for 144 Mc.

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Latest Fashions in Beam Antennas for 144 Mc.

by KirtB » Mon Jul 24, 2017 6:26 pm

So-o-o Big! - Latest Fashions in Beams for 144 Mc., December 1953 QST

Not all amateur radio operators are inclined toward building and/or servicing electronic equipment, even though a basic level of circuit knowledge is required for earning a beginners' license (Technician level). A little additional circuit theory is added at the General level, and a lot more is required for the Amateur Extra exam. Still many prefer to have their only involvement with receivers and/or transmitters be turning dials and flipping switches. High voltages and easily damaged components inside the chassis ... http://www.rfcafe.com/references/qst/beam-antenna-for-144-mc-qst-december-1953.htm

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