SWTPC in Radio-Electronics 1972

For Men With Ideas In Electronics

Radio Electronics, copyright 1972 Poptronix, Inc.; used by permission.


Radio-Electronics, January 1972, IC-67 Metal LocatorPopular Electronics, January 1972

Plug-In Modules Are Here
By Larry Allen



Radio-Electronics February 1972Radio-Electronics, February 1972

Binary counting demonstrator.
By Frank Gross (aka Don Lancaster)

Solid-state dual-clock generator.
By Don Lancaster



Radio-Electronics March 1972Radio-Electronics, March 1972

4-Channel Stereo



Radio-Electronics April 1972Radio-Electronics, April 1972

Build RE's digital printing computer.
By Don Lancaster and Leon Schoenfeld



Radio-Electronics May 1972Radio-Electronics, May 1972

Build Digital IC Tester
By Jack Cazes - MITS

Build R-E's logic demonstrator.
By Don Lancaster



Radio-Electronics June 1972Radio-Electronics, June 1972

Experiment With A $32 Solid-State Laser
By Forrest Mims



Radio-Electronics July 1972Radio-Electronics, July 1972

Superclock: new digital timekeeper.
By Don Lancaster



Radio-Electronics August 1972Radio-Electronics, August 1972

Superclock: new digital timekeeper. (Part 2)
By Don Lancaster



Radio-Electronics September 1972Radio-Electronics, September 1972

Build this $40 IC function generator.
By Don Lancaster

With photos of an actual unit.
MITS, SWTPC and DIGI-KEY Ad



Radio-Electronics October 1972Radio-Electronics, October 1972

Build this $40 IC function generator. (Part 2)
By Don Lancaster

MITS and SWTPC Ads



Radio-Electronics November 1972Radio-Electronics, November 1972

Build R-E's Grinchwal digital test equipment.
By Don Lancaster



Radio-Electronics December 1972Radio-Electronics, December 1972

Build a zero distortion stereo preamp.
By Gary Kay

Build R-E's Grinchwal digital test equipment. (Part 2)
By Don Lancaster



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