February 1988: Valve equipment power supply, shorting stick
March 1988: One valve QRP transmitter, Two valve audio amplifier
April 1988: A tune up indicator
May 1988: An ATU, antennas and operating
September 1988: One valve regenerative receiver
August 1990: ATU in a cake tin
July 1995: 80m CW transmitter
September 1995: VK6 80 direct conversion receiver
December 1995: A compact 80m loop antenna
January 1996: Garran 40m CW transmitter
July 1996: Experimental receiver for 2m FM using a car radio
November 1996: Micropower 2m FM transmitter
March 1997: Morse Mouse
June 1997: 70 centimetres from a two metre rig
September 1997: A receiver for the Garran
October 1997: Receive SSB on your Shortwave AM radio
March 1998: Further thoughts on the Garran
April 1998: Six to two receiving converter, Two way Morse practice set, Super VXO heads south
June 1998: Junk box regenerative receiver, The versatile end-fed wire
July 1998: DSB 40m transmitter
August 1998: One transistor frequency synthesiser
October 1998: Yoghurt container sound projector
March 1999: Receive SSB on your FM receiver
November 1999: Moorabbin simple regenerative receiver
January 2000: ACT 3.5 80m CW transceiver
September 2000: Receive SSB on your VHF/UHF handheld
October 2000: Build the 'Funway 80' receiver
January 2001: The 'good enough' Morse key
April 2001: More crystal sets
September 2001: An antenna coupler for the FT-817
October 2001: DC2000 experimental direct conversion receiver
2. General interest
July 1997: Book review - CB PLL Data book
October 1997: Producing an amateur radio news broadcast
February 1998: Amateur radio on the world wide web
February 2001: Australia's new electromagnetic radiation requirements
April 2001: How much do you know about your WIA?
November 2001: The Australian Amateur Radio FAQ
3. Novice Notes
This beginners column started in the 1970s and has had several sub-editors.
I compiled it between 1995 and 2002 every two months.
Old articles are available online.
They still have good information but verify important details for currency.
Some of my items have been enlarged, updated and republished at Amateur Radio beginner articles.