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Proceedings of the 1988 Central States VHF Conference

The American Radio Relay League (ARRL) has for some years published the Proceedings of various regional and national VHF, UHF and Microwave conferences. These Proceedings contain a wealth of information which should prove beneficial to the more technically inclined SETI experimenter. They can be purchased through the ARRL, 225 Main Street, Newington CT 06111. Rus Healy, NJ2L, has most generously compiled the following Table of Contents:

A Brief History of the Central States VHF Society--William A. Tynan, W3XO
24 GHz Antenna Range--Kent Britain, WA5VJB
A Third Generation 902 Transverter--Don Hilliard, W0PW
A History of North American VHF Contesting--Curt Roseman, K9AKS, and Ed Fitch, W0OHU
Additional Notes on the Sporadic-E Opening of June 14, 1987--Michael R. Owen, W9IP
Understanding the Uncertainty in Noise Figure Measurements--Al Ward, WB5LUA
VSWR--One of the Contributors to Noise Figure Uncertainty--Al Ward, WB5LUA
PUFF: Computer Aided Microwave Design--Jerry Hinshaw, N6JH
Advances in Computer-Aided Antenna Design--Roger A. Cox, WB0DGF
Simple Magnetometers, or How to Measure Your Own K Index--Russell G. Wicker, W4WD
Predicting Sporadic E on 144 MHz Using the FM Broadcast Band at 88-108 MHz--Joe Eisenberg, WA0WRI
FM Broadcast Band Interference Filter--Joe Eisenberg, WA0WRI
Spatial Polarization and Faraday Rotation--Tim Pettis, KL7WE
Appendix--Spatial Polarization Calculator--Tim Pettis, KL7WE
Receiver Front End Protection--Chuck Clark, AF8Z
Successful Portable Operation--Lauren Libby, KX0O
GaAsFET Preamp Cookbook--Kent Britain, WA5VJB
Moon Data for 1988-1989--J. Derwin King, W5LUU
6 Meter EME--Ray Rector, WA4NJP
Some Notes on 903 MHz Hardware--Jerry Hinshaw, N6JH
Hy-Brid Hi-Power--Tim Pettis, KL7WE
UHF Propagation Beacons--Keith R. Ericson, K0KE
Element Length Disturbances Due to End Chamfering and Insulated Metal Booms--J. Edward Pearson, KF4JU
Easy to Build Beacon--Thomas D. Henderson, WD5AGO
Dipping into the Slime: Things We Must Do to Keep the Amateur VHF/UHF Spectrum All Amateur--Arthur Reis, K9XI
XE1XA Circular Loop Dish Feed for 432 MHz--Max Bachi, XE1XA

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