Issues of The Feedline published between Sep. 2004 and Aug. 2005
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Inside: 170 Year Old Morse Code Beats out Modern Text Messaging by Conrad, VE3LOS.
Inside: View from VE3RNR Repeater. Don’t be a Lid, Q signals Origin and Use. Evening Project: Electret Boom Mic, Headphone Adapter by Len VE3TC.
Inside: The Heart of Amateur Radio - Passing Traffic by Eric,VE3ISD. Keeping a Great Hobby Alive by Conrad, VE3LOS.
Inside: Plans for 1/2 Delta Loop Antenna by Ron,VE3GAN. The Flex Radio Systems SDR-1000:A Software Defined Radio by Rick,VE3MM.
Inside: Wave of Destruction,Wave of Salvation; An article about amateur radio in India after the tsunami by Rama Lakshmi.
Inside: Field Day Results. Hams Lending a Helping Hand, from The Hindu, the online edition of India’s National Newspaper.
Inside: Photo of Jake (VE3NCL) working on repeater VE3WCR antenna. Stuff for sale.
Inside: Article on the New Salvation Army Mobile Kitchen including photo. As the Rookie Learns:Micro-Controller Joy by Conrad, VE3LOS.
Inside: Photo of John Ludwig aligning yagi antenna in Fonthill. Silent Keys. The HAM pulse by Dave Digweed,VE3FOI. A Case of Interference by Tom Vince, VE3HM.
Inside: Photo of VE3BBN and VE3KYA at Field Day. Future Hams Net. June Field Day Photographs.