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A ll rights reserved. 1 21  NO.1 IN A SERIES GU RDING YOUR MILIT RY EXPERIENCE EXTRA INCOME If you have experience in any branch ofthe Armed Forces, you have the chance to earn good extra income while you hold one of the most impor· tantjobs in America. In an Army National Guard unit close to home . Take income. In the Army National Guard, the work you ve put into military service can really go to work for you. For instance, if you left as an E 4 with three years experience, you can earn overS 1500 a year. As an E 5 with 6 years experience, overS 1700 . And, if you have a critical skill you may also qualify for a cash bonus. To see exactly how far your rank and experience can take you, check out the chart below. E-3with PER YEAR flncluding Annual training 2+years 51375.68 3+years 1427.34 E-4with 3+years 1519.92 4+ years 1630 .17 E-5 with 4+years 1687.11 6+years 1789.80 Plus, a part·timejob in the Army National Guard fits in well with your current lifestyle. Because all it takes is two days a month of your time, along with 15 days annual training. And, in the Guard, you re serving close to home, helping the people in your community and state when natural disasters or emergencies occur . Extra income that s important to you, in a job that s important to your community. It s just one reason to Guard your military experience in the Army National Guard. To learn about other reasons-from benefits to new skills-contact your local Guard recruiter, or call toll-free 800-638-7600. *In Hawaii: 737 - 5255; Puerto Ri co: 723 - 44 50; Virgi n Islands (St. Croix}: 773-6438; Maryland: 72 8-3388; in Alaska, consult local phone di rec tory. The Guard s merica at its best NATIONAL GU RD CIRCLE NO . 5 ON FREE INFORMATION CARD AUGUST 1982 VOLUME 20, NUMBER 8 J\lmlar Electronics · Special Focus on Home Energy avingsã - New Vacation Thermostat, Set to Just Above Freezing, Saves Heating Costs/Tom ox Triac Motor Control for Warm-Air Systems Reduces Fuel Use and Eliminates Cool Spots/Anthony Caristi Power Motor Keeps Tails of How Much Electricity an Appliance Uses/Cass Lewart How to Use Solar Energy to Recharge Your Batteries/Ed Karns: 48 51 53 54 Feature rticles LORAN·C-A MARINE LONG RANGE NAVIGATION TOOL/Ken Englert·   40 Measures precision of coordinates by one-tenth of a mile. A 16-BIT MATH PACKAGE FOR ELF COMPUTERS/A . Scott itzgerald -   -   Operates on a minimum configuration of 256 bytes. 60 Construction rticles PROGRAMMING EPROM's WITH A SMALL COMPUTER/J. Doolittle nd S. Tkalcevic 67 Part 2: Construction plans nd software information for the EPROM programmer. Equipment Reviews HARMAN·KARDON MODEL PM650 INTEGRATED AMPLIFIER _   _   _ 20 GENERAL ELECTRIC MODEL 19PC3708W 19 COLOR TV ___ 22 TOSHIBA MODEL T200·4 COMPUTER SYSTEM 30 TRIPLETI MODEL 7000 UNIVERSAL COUNTER -   71 Columns 14 NTERTAINMENT ELECTRONICS /Len Feldman __   _ _ Stereo TV is Coming Soon. COMPUTER BITS/Car/ Warren --   ----   - -- -   Accessories nd Software. COMPUTER SOURCES / Leslie Solomon SOLID-STATE DEVELOPMENTS / Forrest M Mims PIGs: Photonic Integrated Circuits. 34 73 76 EXPERIMENTER'S CORNER /Forrest M Mims Experimenting with Piezoel ec tric Devices. - 80 Part 2 Piezo-Aierters nd Crystal Oscillators. PROGRAMMER'S NOTEBOOK / Jim Keogh Drawing Ba r Graphs. PROJECT OF THE MONTH/Forrest M Mims A Tunable Notch Filter. 84 90 Departments EDITORIAL / Art Salsberg _   6 Free Energy. LETIERS NEW PRODUCTS 1 0 OPERATION ASSIST 86 PERSONAL ELECTRONIC NEWS 1 06 COVER GRAPHICS BY STEVE N HUNT COPYRI GHT c 1982 BY ZI FF -DAVIS PUBLISHING CO MPANY. All rig ht s reserved. Popul ar El ec tr onics (ISSN 0032-4485) August 1 98 2, Vo lum e 20, Num ber 8. Pub lished month ly by Zi ff · Da vis Publishing Co ., at One Park Av e., New York, NY 10016. Rich ard P. Fri ese , Pr es ide nt ; Selwy n Ta u bman , Tr eas ur er; Be rtram A. A br ams, Sec retary. One yea r subscr iption rate for U.S. a nd Possessions, $15.97; Ca nada, $20.97; all ot h er co untries, $23. 97 (cash orders only, payable in U.S. currency ). Second Class Postage Paid at New York, N.Y. 10016 and at addi tional mailing offices. Authoriz ed as second class ma il by the Post Office Dept., Otta wa, Canada, and for payme nt of postage in cash. POPULAR ELECTRONICS including ELECTRONICS WORLD, Trade Mark Registered. Indexed in th e Reader's Guide to Periodi ca l Literature. Ziff-Davis also publishes Boa ting, Car and Drive r, Cycle, Flying, Popu_ar Photography, Skiing, Stereo Revi ew , Electronic Experime nt er's Handb ook , and Tape Recording & Buying Guide. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to POPULAR ELECTRONICS. Circul at ion Dept. P.O. Box 2774, Bo ulder, CO 80302. Please allow at least eig ht w ee ks for ch ange of address, encl os ing, if possible, an addre ss l ab el from a rece nt ssue. Permissions Material in th is publi ca tion may not be reprodu ce d in any form without permi ss ion. Requests for permis sion should be directed to John Babcock, Rig ht s and Permissi on s, Ziff-Dayis Publishing Co., One Park Ave., New York, NY 10016. POPULAR ELECTRONICS
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