The January edition of Digital QST on the new PageSuite platform is now available. Click here to view the issue. The new viewing platform brings a number of changes, so members are advised to download and read the QST PageSuite Manual here.
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In the January issue . . .
● Build a high-voltage, lightweight power supply.
● Put a Yaesu FT-817 transceiver on 222 MHz.
● Add squelch delay lights to your station.
● Try an Arduino CW IDer.
● Build a motorized telescoping mast.
● Add Software Defined Radio technology to your existing transceiver.
…and much more!
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