Annual Meeting

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Friday (12noon):

Registration Hospitality Suite Dinner

Round Tables:

Regional Networking National BBS

Saturday:

TAPR Projects

Contributed Papers/Presentations Lunch

Contributed Papers/Presentations

Futures Symposium

Dinner

Future of TAPR Forum

Sunday: Half-Day Workshop on NOS TCP/IP

by: Johan Reinalda, WG7J/PA3DIS author of JNOS

TAPR • P.O. Box 12925 • Tucson, Az • 85732 • Office (817) 382-2825 _TAPR is a Non-Profit Research and Development Corporation_

Build Your Own Radio?

Absolutely

II you've ever had the urge lo """=; build your own low-power radio gear—simple receivers and transmitters, lor example—you have a taste of what ham radio was like in years past Solder up a lew parts on the breadboard, close the key, and you were on the air.

Even in today's high-tech era, you can en|oy the satisfaction ol working other hams with something you've built yourself. It's a feeling you won't soon forget!

So how do you get started? The books shown here will have you on the air in no time, whether you've built a dozen radios in the "good old days" or you're a newcomer to home-brewed ham radio

WIFB's QRP Notebook and Design Notebook provide a wealth ol information, circuits and projects for simple, yet effective, transmitters. receivers and accessories—enough to build your entire station! Solid State Design lor the Radio Amateur treats the same topics in-depth. and QRP Classics features the best QRP (low-power) projects that have appeared in OST

So warm up your soldering iron and order yours today The exciting world of build-il-your-self ham radio awaits! To get your copies, see the lull-color ARRL Publications Catalog elsewhere in this issue

WIFB's Design Notebook

Here's just the book for the avid builder of Amateur Radio equipment! This plain-language book is filled with simple, practical projects that can be built using readily available components and common hand tools. Also, you'll need little— if any—test gear to make them work. There are explanations of how various circuits function without heavy mathematical analysis. Covered in six chapters are: Diodes, ICs and Transistors; Transistor Applications: Diode and IC Applications; Construction Practices; Practical Receivers and Techniques and Transmitter Design and Practice. 194 pages, #3207 $10 plus $3 ($4 UPS) shipping and handling.

ARRL 225 MAIN ST NEWINGTON, CT 06111

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