Reprints From The Rsgb Microwave Newsletter

Microwave COMB Generator for Receiver Testing, Andy Talbot, G4JNT

Power Conditioner for the Qualcomm 10 GHz One Watt PA MODULE, Andy Talbot, G4JNT

A Novel Dish Feed For 10 GHZ, Jean-Robert, F1DFY

The Chaparall Scaler Feed Horn, Peter, G3PHO TESTING

Antenna Gain Measurements, Twenty-Second Eastern VHF/UHF Conference

Noise Figure Measurements, Twenty-Second Eastern VHF/UHF Conference REPRINTS FROM QEX Mounting RF Connectors, Zack Lau, W1VT

Noise Measurement and Generation, Paul Wade, N1BWT

Finding the Characteristics of Arbitary Transmission Lines, Dave Kirkby, G8WRB

A High RF-Performance 10-GHz Band-Pass Filter, Zack Lau, W1VT

A Simple T/R Sequencer, Zack Lau, W1VT

Microwave Update 1997

Microwave Update 1997 was held October 23-26, 1997, in Sandusky, Ohio. Here is a summary of papers presented. Conference Proceedings are available from ARRL. ISBN. 0-87259-638-9; cost is $15, plus shipping; order number: 6389. Make Any Car Into a Ten Band

Rover, Jim Mitzlaff, WB9SNR

Parabolic Dish Feeds—Performance Analysis, Paul Wade, N1BWT

Care and Feeding of a SETI Dish, Paul Shuch, N6TX

The Interaction of RF and LO Noise During Down Conversion, Chuck MacCluer, W8MQW, and Jeffrey Pawlan, WA6KBL

An Andrew Cable Primer, Tom Whitted, WA8WZG

Horns for the Holidays, Joel Harrison, W5ZN

Dual Band Feedhorns for 2304/3456 MHz and 5760/10368 MHz, A1 Ward, WB6LUA

24 GHz and the East Coast Effect, Sam Jewell, G4DDK

The Art of Building 24 GHz Equipment that Works, Toshi Takamizawa, JE1AHH

Contest Microwave Rover Strategies for the Ohio Valley and Elsewhere, Jack Nyiri, AB4CR

Construction Techniques for 13 cm Coaxial Cavity Amplifiers, Ed Krome, K9EK

High-Performance Microwave Station Design Ideas, Rus Healy, NJ2L

A "Tri-Band Booster"—Improvements for 2, 3 and 5 GHz, Tom Williams, WA1MBA

10 GHz—A Rainy Day Band, Tom Williams, WA1MBA

A 10 GHz Transverter, Dave Meier, N4MW

Getting Started on 24 GHz, John Sortor, KB3GX, and Paul Drexler, WB3JYO

A 13 cm Power Amplifier Using the GS9b Tube, Barry Malowanchuk, VE4MA

Eliminate Low Frequency Intermod of LNA's, Steve Kostro, N1CEI

A Tribute to Dennis Mungham, VE3ASO, Tom Whitted, WA8WZG

Using the Chaparral 11 GHz Superfeed at 10.368 GHz, Paul Wade, N1BWT

Understanding Noise Temperature—A Tutorial, Chuck MacCluer, W8MQW

Practical Experimental Measurement of the Effects of LO Phase Noise on Received CW Signals, Jeffrey Pawlan, WA6KBL

Improved Stability for Microwave Transverters, Chuck Steer, W A31 AC Noise Figure Measurements, A1 Ward, WB5LUA

Pin Diode IF Switch, A1 Ward, WB5LUA Return Loss Conversion Chart+ 1996 Microwave Update Noise Figure Results Low Noise Amplifiers for 2304,

3456, 5760 and 10368 MHz Using the ATF-36077 PHEMT, A1 Ward, WB5LUA

10 GHz Copper Water Pipe Feedhorn, Barry Malowanchuk, VE4MA

1997 Dayton Weak Signal VHF Group Noise Figure Results

1995 Microwave Update Noise Figure Results

1997 NTMS Antenna Measuring Party Results

First Annual Southeastern VHF Society Conference

The First Annual Southeastern VHF Society Conference was held April 4-5, 1997, in Atlanta, Georgia. Here is a summary of papers presented. Conference Proceedings are available from ARRL. ISBN: 0-87259616-8; cost is $15, plus shipping; order number: 6168.

Phase 3D—A New Era for Amateur Radio, Bill Tynan, W3XO

World Above 50 MHz—Preliminary Six-Meter DXCC Firsts Made from the Continental States, Emil Pocock, W3EP

SETI and the Amateur Radio Astronomer, Dr. H. Paul Shuch, N6TX

VHF/UHF Weak Signal Operating for Beginners, Jim Worsham, WA4KXY

Matching of Multiple Yagi Arrays, Ray Rector, WA4NJP

TVI Suppression with Filters, Reed Fisher, W2CQH

A Simple Time Domain Reflectome-ter, Ruddy Ellis, W4LNG

Check Your Local Flight Schedule for the Time of the Next Opening!, Charles Osborne, WD4MBK

6 Meter EME—Past, Present & Future, Robert L. Magnani, K6QXY, and Allen B. Ferrera, WA6MXI

432 and Up.. What's There? Why Go There?, Charles Osborne, WD4MBK

Digital Amateur Television— "DATV," Mike McCombs, KM4YW, and Ned Mountain, WC4X

Conversion of Commander II 2 Meters to 6 Meters, Christopher M. Patterson, WA3HMK

Western States Weak Signal Society Conference

The Western States Weak Signal Society Conference was held October

3-5, 1997, in Kings Canyon National Park, California. Here is a summary of papers presented. Conference Proceedings are available from ARRL. ISBN: 0-87259-634-6; cost is $15, plus shipping; order number: 6346.

A Single-Board Transverter for 5760 MHz and Phase 3D, by Paul Wade, N1BWT

Rewinding Coax Relays for 12 Volt Operation, by Paul Wade, N1BWT

A "Fool-Resistant" Sequenced Controller and IF Switch for Microwave Transverters, by Paul Wade, N1BWT 6 Meter EME—Past, Present & Future, by Robert L. Magnani, K6QXY, and Allen B. Ferrer, WA6MXI A 144 MHz Amplifier using the Svetlana 4CX800A, by Alfred Green, NU8I

Introduction to GPS and Differen tial GPS, by Arthur Lange, W6RXQ

A Luxury Linear, by Mark Mandelkern, KN5S (now K5AM)

Design Notes for "A Luxury Linear" Amplifier, by Mark Mandelkern, K5AM

Troposcatter Inside and Out: Everyday VHF, UHF and SHF Propagation for DX, by Palle Preben-Hansen, OZ1RH

Troposcatter at 50 MHz: 700 km QSOs Any Time, by Palle Preben-Hansen, OZ1RH Author Bios WSWSS Nets Acitivity Nights Sponsors

Constitution and By-Laws of the Western States Weak Signal Society Western States Weak Signal Society Membership List, August 8, 1997 □□

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