[AMRadio] FS: Magazines, Mostly Popular Electronics


Merz Donald S merz.ds at mellon.com
Fri Jul 14 19:13:51 EDT 2006


For Sale: Miscellaneous Electronics Magazines. For some of these, I included a mention of one article in that issue that might be interesting.

 

Electronics Illustrated: $1 each

            January, 1962: 30-50mc 4-tube RX

            March, 1962: Golden Anniversary of ham Radio

            May, 1962: CB Special Issue. Articles by 1W5733 and 12Q1747 (both names you would recognize)

            September, 1962: How to Tune SSB With Your BFO! Who knew?

            July 1964: Frye’s Vacuum Tube Course; Kit report on Heathkit HW-12

            November, 1965: 80M 40W TRCX In An Attache Case--uses 6GJ5

            January, 1967: 1 Tube All-Bander RX Uses 2AT7 Tube & Plug-In Coils

            September, 1969: “The Ham Shack” column written by Wayne Green…

            January, 1970: Wayne predicts more transistors and then ICs in future ham gear.

            November, 1971: Sideband Adapteor Using 2 Transistors

 

Radio-TV Experimenter: $1 each

            Fall, 1960

            Fall, 1962

 

QST: 50 cents each unless noted.

            1937: March (cover torn and taped), October ($1)

            1938: May ($1), July (cover spots--$1)

1938: Poor covers: August, Sept, Oct, Nov

1939: Feb, May ($1 each), June (no covers--free), July ($1), August (poor--free)

1941: August, November (no covers--free)

1942: January, October

1949: June (no covers--free)

1952: June (no covers--free)

1963: May

1964: June

1965: February

            1966: December

            1974: January

            1975: November

            1990: January

            1991: January, May

 

Elementary Electronics: 50 cents each

            Fall, 1965: Thermoelectric Beer Cooler project

            Sept-Oct, 1967: Radio Shack DX-150 review

July-Aug, 1971: Build a wrist radio for receiving the aircraft band

            Sept-Oct, 1971: Roll your own capacitors

            Nov-Dec, 1974: The Vacuum Tubes Of Early Radio

 

Popular Electronics: $1 each unless noted.

            November, 1954: Heathkit Ar-2 review

            December, 1954: Build a simple coil-winding jig--uses hand drill

            February, 1956: Collins 32V/Hallicrafters S-85 station on the cover

            February, 1957: HQ-100 on cover. 2-tube VHF RX project

            March, 1957: Bill Orr 70 Watt Novice TX for 15/10M--6AG7 driving 6146

            June, 1957: Superregen BCB “Pocket” RX using CK533AX wire lead tube

            July, 1957: Double Your Heathkit At1 Output

            August, 1957: Cover Heathkit DX-?? TX/AR-2 RX/QF-1. Article: Modulating

your Hetahkit station.

            September, 1957

            October, 1957: Convert Heathkit CR-1 to loudspeaker operation

            November, 1957: Hallicrafters S-85 or similar on cover

            December, 1957: Printed circuits come of age

            January, 1958: Adding a Communications Switch--to your Scott Philharmonic!

            March, 1958: Play Games With Nixie Tubes

            November, 1958: Computer Plays Tic Tac Toe

            October, 1960: Mobile SWL Converter

            April, 1961: New Life for Obsolete Converters (Gonset 3002)

            May, 1961: Nuvistor RF Amplifier

            June, 1961

            July, 1961: 6M Mobile TX

            August, 1961: Cover shows woman in love with handheld EV mic.

            January, 1962: Fire and Police RX converter (3 copies available)

            February, 1962: Miliwatt Tunnel Diode TX on 6M

            April, 1962: Eye-tube mod for Heathkit CB-1

            May, 1962: Must We Have UHF TV?

            September, 1962

            October, 1962: 2-Tube 2M Super-regen RX

            November, 1962: 100mw BCB Short Range TX built into a rural mailbox!

(2 copies available)

            January, 1963: One Tube 6AF11 All-Band Plug-In Coil RX

            February, 1963: Satillites On The Air (2 copies)

            December, 1963: VHF Adventurer Moidular RX

            January, 1964: 2-Tube Superhet for 80M 6U8-12AT7 (2 copies available)

                        Bonus: The Girl Detector (A Carl & Jerry Adventure)

            ISSUES BELOW ARE 50 CENTS

            April, 1964: Convert The Knight C-100 for 15, 10 or 6M

            January, 1965: 2 Halos Stacked for 2M

            February, 1965: Compactron Regulated Power Supply

            March, 1965: Oscilloscopes and Broad Phone Signals

            June, 1965: The Night Ben Franklin Called It A Day

            1967: 1, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12

            1968: 3, 5, 6, 10, 11, 12

            1969: 1, 2, 4, 7

            1970: 4, 5, 9, 11, 12

            1971: 1, 2, 4, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12

            1972: 2, 3, 5, 6, 7

            1973: 1

            1980: 6

            

Thanks for looking.

73, Don Merz, N3RHT
 
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