19 Mobile Burglar Alarm System WA4SAM
Beit beeping burgJar baffler,
25 The Burst Box WA7NMO
A real tone-ic for the FMer.
29 Power inverter w/Sine Wave Output , . . W70XD
For people with short extension cords.
33 450 MHz Preamp WB6BIH
1 0 dB gain on the receiver is a Jot easier than on the transmitter.
39 Roof Mounted VHF Whips WB6HYD
Phacts and phaJlacies.
47 LED Readout Crystal Switch WA3AJR
Make everyone green with envy,
53 Voltage Limit Sensor W4UXJ
Car battery warning light.
55 Build a Digital Clock with 19 inexpensive fCs WA6QVQ
Is th$ round clock doomed?
61 Portable Use for the Hfl-2A W2KPE
Judi Repealer approves of this.
63 Fixed and Mobile 2m Antennas WB8HEE
How to make your car look ridiculous.
65 Two Meter FM Transmitter WB6BIH
Roll your own.
71 Mini-Repeater Control System, Part II WA0ZHT
Have you >ead the book yet?
81 Audio Boost for Mobile Transceivers W2EEY
Mobile audio booster IC.
83 6m 5W Amplifier . K1CLL
For the kitchen table builder.
89 Hand Transceiver Madness W2NSD/1
Got yours yet?
93 QFSP on 180 kHz W5SOT
Tried 1 700m yet?
97 Solid State Automobile Burglar Alarm WA1KON
Blows horn or siren.
105 Circuits, Circuits, Circuits WR1AAB
Keep 'em coming.
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