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Proceedings of Microwave Update '94

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:

Chicago-Area Amateur Microwave Activity--Gary Hess, K3SIW/9
Low Noise Amplifier for 2304 MHz Using the HP ATF-36077 PHEMT Device--Al Ward, WB5LUA
Using the MGA-86576 GaAs MMIC in Amateur Microwave Applications--Al Ward, WB5LUA
A Broadband Dish Feed for Amateur Radio SHF--Tom Williams, WA1MBA
Secrets of Parabolic Dish Antennas--Paul Wade, N1BWT
Simply Getting On the Air from DC to Daylight--Rick Campbell, KK7B
A Universal Phase Lock Loop System for Microwave Use--Dave Glawson, WA6CGR
YIG Tuned Devices in Ham Radio--Wes Atchison, WA5TKU
HP 8551 YIG Driver Circuit--Jeff Kruth, WA3ZKR
Microwave Operations--California Style--Jack Henry, N6XQ
Amateur Lightwave Communication--Practical and Affordable--Steve J. Noll, WA6EJO
Estimating Sun Noise at Various Frequencies, Based on the 10.5 cm Flux Reported by WWV--Melvin B. Graves, WR0I
Power Amplifiers for 903 Through 3456 MHz--Jim Davey, WA8NLC
Bibliography of 33-cm (902-928 MHz) Articles--Ron Neyens, N0CIH
3456 MHz IMFET Amplifier--WB5LUA and WA5TNY
2304 MHz Power Amplifier Using the 7289 Tube--Barry Malowanchuk, VE4MA
2 GHz to 6 GHz Amplifiers--Don Hilliard, W0PW
2.3 GHz Power Amplifiers--Rick Campbell, KK7B
2304 and 3456 MHz Power Amplifiers--Greg McIntire, AA5C
A 7289 Amplifier for 3456 MHz--Barry Malowanchuk, VE4MA
Update on 7289 Amplifier for 3456 MHz--Barry Malowanchuk, VE4MA
Bias Circuit for 7289 Tubes--Barry Malowanchuk, VE4MA
Using Impedance Matched Power GaAs FETs at Other Frequencies--Barry Malowanchuk, VE4MA
Control Unit for RWN 220/221 TWT Power Supply--Rick Beatty, NU7Z
Variable Bias Supply for Grounded Grid Power Triodes--Al Ward, WB5LUA
5.7 GHz HPAs using IM5964-3A--Toshihiko Takamizawa, JE1AAH
10 GHz No Tune Single Board Transverter--Toshihiko Takamizawa, JE1AAH
HEMT has broken through a barrier of 2.0 dB NF for 24 GHz--Toshihiko Takamizawa, JE1AAH
Topics: Millimeter Wave and Submillimeter Wave--Toshihiko Takamizawa, JE1AAH
A Sweep Generator Using a YIG Oscillator--John Petrich, W7HQJ
A Replacement 2 GHz IF Strip for the HP 8551 Spectrum Analyzer--Jim Davey, WA8NLC
Modernizing the 3456 MHz No-Tune Transverter--Jim Davey, WA8NLC
Improved Battery Regulation for No-Tune Transverters--Paul Wade, N1BWT
3456 No-Tune Transverter Mod--Dave Mascaro, WA3JUF
Shielding Printed No-Tune Filters--Rick Campbell, KK7B
Subharmonic IF Receivers--Rick Campbell, KK7B
A Simple 5 Band CW Transceiver (for 2.3, 3.4, 5.7, 10.3 and 24.2 GHz!)--Rick Campbell, KK7B
Building Blocks for a 10 GHz Transverter--Paul Wade, N1BWT
AA5C 24 GHz Beacon--Greg McIntire, AA5C
Another EHF Contact--The 120 GHz Band--Tom Williams, WA1MBA, and Jim Mead, WB2BYW
A Simple High Performance Microwave Transverter--Philip Gabriel, AA0BR
Up, Up & Away to 10 GHz, or 10 GHz, Semi-Commercial Style--Bruce Wood, N2LIV
Programming Surplus Synthesizers for Use on 10 GHz--Bruce Wood, N2LIV, and Bob Schoenfeld, WA2AQQ
Fiber Optics: Waveguide of the Future--H. Paul Shuch, N6TX
Index to Proceedings of Microwave Update 1986-1993--Dave Meier, N4MW

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