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  1. Easy-to build SSB transceiver for 1296 MHz. Ham Radio 7(9): 8-23, September 1974.

  2. Orbital predictions for AMSAT/OSCAR VII satellite. WorldRadio 4(7): 30+39, January 1975.

  3. OSCAR - a thrill. WorldRadio 4(7): 30, January 1975.

  4. Microstripline preamplifiers for 1296 MHz. Ham Radio 8(4): 12-27, April 1975.

  5. Series-to-parallel conversion in reverse Polish notation. MicroWaves 14(7): 62, July 1975.

  6. How to use double-balanced mixers on 1296 MHz. Ham Radio 8(7): 8-15, July 1975.

  7. Low-cost 1296 MHz preamplifier. Ham Radio 8(10): 42-46, October 1975.

  8. Microstripline bandpass filters for 1296 MHz. Ham Radio 8(12): 46-49, December 1975.

  9. A high performance conversion module for the 23 cm band. Radio Handbook 20th Edition: 20.66-20.73, Howard Sams & Co., 1975.

  10. Correspondence (reply). Ham Radio 9(1): 68-70, January 1976.

  11. Vestigal sideband microtransmitter for amateur television. Ham Radio 9(2): 20-25, February 1976.

  12. Amplifier design pack. HP-25 Programs (1): 7pp. Microcomm, San Jose CA, April 1976.

  13. Impedance matching pack. HP-25 Programs (2): 4 pp. Microcomm, San Jose CA, April 1976.

  14. Microstripline pack. HP-25 Programs (3): 4 pp. Microcomm, San Jose CA, April 1976.

  15. Reflection terms pack. HP-25 Programs (4): 4 pp. Microcomm, San Jose CA, April 1976.

  16. Solid-state microwave amplifier design. Ham Radio 9(10): 40-47, October 1976.

  17. Interstage 50-ohm terminator for VHF converters. Ham Radio 10(2): 26-27, February 1977.

  18. New contest? (Correspondence). QST 61(4): 77, April 1977.

  19. Short circuit (Letter). Ham Radio 10(5): 94, May 1977.

  20. A cost-effective modular downconverter for S-band WEFAX reception. 1977 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium Digest: 430-432, June 1977.

  21. Rat-race balanced mixer for 1296 MHz. Ham Radio 10(7): 33-39, July 1977.

  22. Microwave spectrum analyzer. Ham Radio 10(8): 54-62, August 1977.

  23. W6VMY, a reminiscence. WorldRadio 7(2): 44, August 1977.

  24. Circuit packaging for double-balanced mixers. Ham Radio 10(9): 41-43, September 1977.

  25. Comment (Letter). Ham Radio 10(9): 98-100, September 1977.

  26. Calculating preamplifier gain from noise figure measurements. Ham Radio 10(11): 30-32, November 1977.

  27. A cost-effective modular downconverter for S-band WEFAX reception. IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques 25(12): 1127-1131, December 1977.

  28. Calculating antenna bearings for geostationary satellites. Ham Radio 11(5): 67-69, May 1978.

  29. Pseudo-logarithmic display for the microwave spectrum analyzer. Ham Radio 11(7): 34-35, July 1978.

  30. Improved grounding for the 1296 MHz microstrip filter. Ham Radio 11(8): 60-63, August 1978.

  31. Microstrip - magical PC technique explained. 73 (217): 80-87, October 1978.

  32. Instruction manual, model RX-1691 integral WEFAX downconverter: 50 pp. Microcomm, San Jose CA, January 1979.

  33. Antenna/LNA tradeoff analysis for C-Band video terminals. Microcomm Application Notes (4): 1-6, April 1979.

  34. Vidiot's guide to microwave TV. MicroWaves 18(6): 40-46, June 1979.

  35. UHF local-oscillator chain for the purist. Ham Radio 12(7): 27-33, July 1979.

  36. How to handle amplifier/antenna tradeoffs (Abstract). MicroWaves 18(8): 81, August 1979.

  37. RX-4200 user's manual: 89 pp. Microcomm, San Jose CA, September 1979.

  38. A low cost modular receiver for DOMSAT video. Satellite TV and the Private User: 18-25, WESCON Professional Program Session 25, September 1979.

  39. Low-cost receiver for satellite TV. 73 (231): 38-43, December 1979.

  40. Variable tuning for WEFAX receivers. 73 (231): 70-75, December 1979.

  41. Compact and clean L-band local oscillators. Ham Radio 12(12): 40-47, December 1979.

  42. Gunn-effect oscillator concept examined (Letter). Microwave Systems News 12(5): 8-10, May 1982.

  43. Quiet! Preamp at work. Proceedings, 18th Conference of the Central States VHF Society: 1-10, American Radio Relay League, July 1984.

  44. Quiet! Preamp at work. Ham Radio 17(11): 14-20, November 1984.

  45. Electromagnetic jargon generator. Ham Radio 18(4): 75-76, April 1985.

  46. Checklist for parabolic antenna design. Proceedings, 19th Conference of the Central States VHF Society: 35, American Radio Relay League, July 1985.

  47. Gaining on the decibel, part 1. QST 70(2): 20-22, February 1986.

  48. Gaining on the decibel, part 2. QST 70(3): 28-31, March 1986.

  49. Radian review. RF Design 9(3): 57-58, March 1986.

  50. Gaining on the decibel, part 3. QST 70(4): 29-31, April 1986.

  51. Who is Philip Smith, and why are we afraid of his marvelous chart? Proceedings, 20th Conference of the Central States VHF Society. American Radio Relay League, July 1986.

  52. BiDCAS: a binaural Doppler collision alert system for general aviation aircraft: 94 pp. Master's Thesis, San Jose State University, July 1986.

  53. A five-band microwave transverter. Proceedings of Microwave Update '86: 41-46, American Radio Relay League, August 1986.

  54. What's an A-24? Western Bonanza Society Newsletter: 12, September/October 1986.

  55. War Stories. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 1, January 29, 1987.

  56. Incident Reporting. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 2, February 17, 1987.

  57. Manned vs. unmanned space flight. Ham Radio 20(3): 4, March 1987.

  58. Recurrency Training. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 2, May 26, 1987.

  59. A new approach to collision avoidance. Sport Aviation 36(6): 26-28, June 1987.

  60. Collision Avoidance. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 2, July 27, 1987.

  61. Smith chart part 2 - the scalar approximation. Proceedings, 21st Conference of the Central States VHF Society: 118-122, American Radio Relay League, July 1987.

  62. Violations. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 2, August 25, 1987.

  63. Far field fallacy. QEX (70): 10-11, December 1987.

  64. Binaural Doppler collision alert system for general aviation aircraft. U.S. Patent #4713669, December 15, 1987.

  65. Binaural Doppler collision alert system for general aviation aircraft (abstract). Official Gazette of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office 1085(3): 1492-1493, December 15, 1987.

  66. Wings. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 2, December 24, 1987.

  67. 1st ham in space (Letter). Western Flyer 29(22): 10, December 25, 1987.

  68. Collision avoidance - engineering considerations for aircraft. Sport Aviation 37(1): 25-28, January 1988.

  69. Radios. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 2, February 22, 1988.

  70. BiDCAS (Response), Letters to the editor. Sport Aviation 37(4): 61, April 1988.

  71. Parabolic paradox. QEX (74): 5-6, April 1988.

  72. Stepping Up. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 2, May 25, 1988.

  73. A proximity warning system for light aircraft. RF Design 11(5): 43-53, May 1988.

  74. The Drive To The Airport. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 2, June 26, 1988.

  75. Navigation. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 2, July 28, 1988.

  76. Addiction. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 2, August 26, 1988.

  77. A weather facsimile display board for the IBM PC. QEX (79): 3-7+15, September 1988.

  78. Gemini. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 2, October 24, 1988.

  79. Display Board Feedback (correspondence). QEX (81): 14, November 1988.

  80. Audubon Alert. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 2, December 28, 1988.

  81. Soggy Sod. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 2, January 23, 1989.

  82. A low noise preamp for weather satellite VISSR reception. QEX (84): 3-9, February 1989.

  83. Laser Tag. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 1, February 22, 1989.

  84. MMICs mimic mixer. QEX (85): 3-7, March 1989.

  85. Jumpseat. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 2, May 25, 1989.

  86. Mixer Feedback (correspondence). QEX (88): 11, June 1989.

  87. Preamp Feedback (correspondence). QEX (88): 11, June 1989.

  88. Interstage coupling with an edge-coupled line. RF Design 12(6): 52-55, June 1989.

  89. Touch-And-Go. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 2, July 1, 1989.

  90. HORNGAIN.BAS microwave horn antenna analysis program. Proceedings, 23rd Conference of the Central States VHF Society: 129-131, American Radio Relay League, July 1989.

  91. Taxi Clearance. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 2, August 27, 1989.

  92. General aviation collision avoidance alternatives. Journal of Transportation Engineering 115(5): 474-492, September 1989.

  93. Oshkosh Bound. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 2, September 19, 1989.

  94. Wideband microwave amplifier design. QEX (92): 3-13, October 1989.

  95. Klingons. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 2, November 27, 1989.

  96. Near midair collisions as an indicator of general aviation collision risk: 214 pp. Institute of Transportation Studies, Dissertation Series UCB-ITS-DS-90-2, University of California, Berkeley CA, March 1990.

  97. UHF/microwave experimenter's manual: 1.1-1.20, 5.1-5.40, 6.20-6.27; American Radio Relay League, Newington CT, 1990.

  98. Measuring the mass of the earth: the ultimate moonbounce experiment. Proceedings, 25th Conference of the Central States VHF Society: 25-30, American Radio Relay League, July 1991.

  99. Near midair collisions as an indicator of general aviation collision risk (abstract). Dissertation Abstracts International 51(9): September 1991.

  100. Measuring the mass of the earth: the ultimate moonbounce experiment. QEX (115): 8-10, September 1991.

  101. Maxwell without tears: another look at his infamous equations. Proceedings of Microwave Update 91: 94-104, American Radio Relay League, October 1991.

  102. Demonstrating celestial mechanics through measured Doppler shift. Proceedings of the AMSAT-NA Ninth Space Symposium: 140-150, Amateur Satellite Corp., November 1991.

  103. Winging it with Dr. Paul: forty tales your flight instructor never told you. 55 pp., Paradox Press, Williamsport PA, 1991.

  104. Maxwell without tears. QEX (119): 6-10, January 1992.

  105. Corrigendum (Correspondence). QEX (119): 14, January 1992.

  106. Corrigendum (Correspondence). QEX (121): 9, March 1992.

  107. Demonstrating celestial mechanics through measured Doppler shift. QEX (122): 3-7, April 1992.

  108. Technical correspondence. QST 76(7): 72-73, July 1992.

  109. Correlating sun noise measurements to solar activity data. Proceedings, 26th Conference of the Central States VHF Society: 1-10, American Radio Relay League, July 1992.

  110. The flight instructor's role in midair collision avoidance. AOPA Air Safety Foundation Flight Instructor's Safety Report 18(3): 5-7+16, July 1992.

  111. Hitting the road (Action and Reaction). Discover 13(8): 6+8, August 1992.

  112. The influence of flight experience on midair collision risk perception. Accident Analysis and Prevention 24(6): 655-660, October 1992.

  113. SAREX goes to college (abstract). Proceedings of the AMSAT-NA Tenth Space Symposium: 292, American Radio Relay League, October 1992.

  114. Wavelength Division Multiplexing without fuss or filters. Proceedings of Microwave Update 92: 57-63, American Radio Relay League, October 1992.

  115. Calibrating the signal generator in the sky. QST 76(11): 42-44, November 1992.

  116. Fast track to Nobels? (Letter). Science News 142(24): 403, December 12, 1992.

  117. Caffeinated Verse. 16 pp., Paradox Press, Williamsport PA, 1993.

  118. An excellent article, but . . . (letter). Communications Quarterly 3(1):106, Winter 1993.

  119. Feedback, Technical Correspondence. QST 77(3): 72, March 1993.

  120. The large and the small of it (Letter). Science News 143(14): 211, April 3, 1993.

  121. So you want to win a Nobel Prize? Sensors, the Journal of Machine Perception 10(4): 4, April 1993.

  122. TCA incursion trends: a statistical analysis. AOPA Air Safety Foundation Flight Instructor's Safety Report 19(2): 7 - 11, April 1993.

  123. Untitled poem in A Break in the Clouds. Watermark Press, Owings Mills MD, 1993.

  124. Driving subsidy as social overhead (Letter). Science News 143(23): 355, June 5, 1993.

  125. VersErotica: love poems by H. Paul Shuch. 68 pp., Paradox Press, Williamsport PA, 1993.

  126. Engineers can't write! One College Avenue 2(3): 2-3, Summer 1993.

  127. Wavelength Division Multiplexing. Communications Quarterly 3(3): 39-42, Summer 1993.

  128. Ballad of the Sober Pilot. Rec-Room Rhymes (10):15, August 1993.

  129. We Love You, Enterprise. Rec-Room Rhymes (10):18, August 1993.

  130. Combless generator tests radar warning receiver. RF Design 16(8): 89-93, October 1993.

  131. Computer-based instruction. Great Ideas for Teaching, Preview Edition, Pennsylvania College of Technology: 48-49, December 15, 1993.

  132. Cemetery, in Outstanding Poets of 1994. Watermark Press, Owings Mills MD, 1994.

  133. Predicting the past (Letter). Science News 145(5): 67, January 29, 1994.

  134. We Are The Borg. Contata 1994 Program Book: 13, June 1994.

  135. Fiber optics: waveguide of the future. Proceedings of Microwave Update 94: 280-294, American Radio Relay League, September 1994.

  136. Orbital analysis by sleight of hand. Proceedings of the AMSAT-NA Twelfth Space Symposium: 109-121, American Radio Relay League, October 1994.

  137. What's an A-24? World Beechcraft Society: 12, September/October 1994.

  138. SETI made simple: what can we do? Proceedings of the 1995 TAPR Annual Meeting: 45-54, Tucson Amateur Packet Radio, March 1995.

  139. Fiber optics in amateur radio. Communications Quarterly, 5(2): 9-15, Spring 1995.

  140. SearchLites, 1(1), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Spring 1995.

  141. Searching for life among the stars. One College Avenue 4(3): 4-5, Summer 1995.

  142. SearchLites, 1(2), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Summer 1995.

  143. SETI range: how near do we hear? Proceedings, 29th Conference of the Central States VHF Society: 1-14, American Radio Relay League, July 1995.

  144. Vampire's Lullaby. ConCertino 1995: 37, July 1995.

  145. Computer-based instruction. GIFT Book 1995, Pennsylvania College of Technology: 50-51, August 1995.

  146. Searching for life among the stars. QST 79(8): 37-39, August 1995.

  147. Orbital analysis by sleight of hand. Communications Quarterly, 5(3): 35-42, Summer 1995.

  148. SearchLites, 1(3), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Autumn 1995.

  149. Exploding the Arecibo Myth. Proceedings of Microwave Update 95: 83-95. American Radio Relay League, October 1995.

  150. Searching for life among the stars. Radio Communication: 37-39. December 1995.

  151. Sing a Song of SETI, the official songbook of The SETI League, Inc. SETI League, Little Ferry NJ, 1996.

  152. The SETI League Technical Manual, SETI League, Little Ferry NJ, 1996.

  153. SearchLites, 2(1), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Winter 1996.

  154. SETI made simple: what can we do? Analog CXVI(3): 61-69 , February 1996.

  155. Backyard SETI. Mercury 25(2):28, March - April 1996.

  156. SearchLites, 2(2), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Spring 1996.

  157. Search for extraterrestrial intelligence (abstract). Electro '96 Professional Program: 10. IEEE, April 1996.

  158. Optical SETI and the Arecibo Myth. In Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) in the Optical Spectrum II, SPIE Proc. Vol. 2704: 80 - 91, May 1996.

  159. SETI made simple: what can we do? Communications Quarterly, 6(2): 89-95, Spring 1996.

  160. SETI receivers: how should we scan? Radio Astronomy, Special SETI Issue: 2. Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers, May/June 1996.

  161. SETI League water-hole low noise amplifier. Radio Astronomy, Special SETI Issue: 4-5. Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers, May/June 1996.

  162. What is the SETI League? Radio Astronomy, Special SETI Issue: 7. Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers, May/June 1996.

  163. Parabolic reflector (dish) antennas. Radio Astronomy, Special SETI Issue: 8-9. Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers, May/June 1996.

  164. Amateur SETI: is it even possible? Radio Astronomy, Special SETI Issue: 9-10. Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers, May/June 1996.

  165. Karl Jansky. Conterpoint, Too!: S-15, July 1996.

  166. Project Argus and the challenge of real-time all-sky SETI. Program and Abstracts, 5th International Conference on Bioastronomy, IAU Colloquium No. 161: S4-12. Capri (Naples) Italy, July 1996.

  167. Searching for life among the stars (abstract). Announcer 26(2):101, American Association of Physics Teachers, July 1996.

  168. SearchLites, 2(3), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Summer 1996.

  169. Project Argus and the challenge of real-time all-sky SETI. Proceedings of the 30th Conference of the Central States VHF Society: 62-69, American Radio Relay League, July 1996.

  170. Brass Tacks (reply). Analog CXVI(10): 155-157 , August 1996.

  171. Sierra sports three bladed prop. Sierra Newsletter 605: 2, August 1996.

  172. SearchLites, 2(Special Edition), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., August 1996.

  173. SearchLites, 2(4), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Autumn 1996.

  174. SETI sensitivity: calibrating on a Wow! signal. Proceedings of the AMSAT-NA Fourteenth Space Symposium: 130-141, American Radio Relay League, November 1996.

  175. The search goes on (Letter). Science News 150(22):339, November 30, 1996.

  176. Tips for the Sierra owner. Sierra Newsletter 607: 2, December 1996.

  177. The rock that's from the fourth rock from the sun. Xenofilkia (50):1010, December 1996.

  178. SearchLites, 3(1), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Winter 1997.

  179. Cosmic cousins (Technical Conversations). Communications Quarterly, 7(1):4, Winter 1997.

  180. Project Argus and the challenge of real-time all-sky SETI. in Astronomical and Biochemical Origins and the Search for Life in the Universe, 693 -700, IAU, January 1997.

  181. Cosmic Carl. Xenofilkia (51):1028, February 1997.

  182. Conquering communications, ISBN 0-8273-7507-7. Delmar Publishers, Albany NY, 1997.

  183. The darkest day of the year. Metroplex Newsletter 20(2): 1, March 1997.

  184. SearchLites, 3(2), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Spring 1997.

  185. SETI made simple: what can we do? B-2 Radio Club Newsletter: 2-8, March 1997.

  186. SETI and the amateur radio astronomer. Proceedings of the 1997 Southeastern VHF Conference: 18-33, American Radio Relay League, April 1997.

  187. Karl Jansky. Xenofilkia (52):1059, April 1997.

  188. SETI made simple: what can we do? Northrup-Grumman Radio Club Newsletter: VI(V): 4-8, April 1997.

  189. New SETI email reflector. Radio Astronomy: 9. Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers, May/June 1997.

  190. SearchLites, 3(3), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Summer 1997.

  191. Darkness. Xenofilkia (53):1068, June 1997.

  192. SETI and the amateur radio astronomer. Chapter 2 in Amateur Radio Astronomy Systems, Procedures, and Projects: 44-61, Radio Astronomy Supplies, July 1997.

  193. Care and feeding of a SETI dish. In Amateur Radio Astronomy Systems, Procedures, and Projects: 76-78, Radio Astronomy Supplies, July 1997.

  194. The amateur SETI program. In Amateur Radio Astronomy Systems, Procedures, and Projects: Chapter 5, Radio Astronomy Supplies, July 1997.

  195. Darkness. Second ConCerto: 16, July 1997.

  196. STAR-1: a Spectral and Temporal Analysis Receiver for advanced SETI. Proceedings, 31st Conference of the Central States VHF Society: 35-44, American Radio Relay League, July 1997.

  197. Arecibo and SETI (Correspondence). QST 81(8): 24, August 1997.

  198. SETI and the amateur radio astronomer. Electronics Today International (London) 26 (9):13-25 + cover photo, 15 August 1997.

  199. Introduction to amateur SETI. AMSAT Journal 20(5): 14-17, September/October 1997.

  200. SETI made simple: what can we do? (excerpts). Geo-Monitor 7(7): 61-63, September/October 1997.

  201. SearchLites, 3(4), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Autumn 1997.

  202. Introduction to amateur SETI. Proceedings of the AMSAT-NA Fifteenth Space Symposium: 92-101, American Radio Relay League, October 1997.

  203. Dawson's Tenure. Xenofilkia (55):1116, October 1997.

  204. Care and feeding of a SETI dish. Proceedings of Microwave Update 97: 35-39, American Radio Relay League, October 1997.

  205. The search for extraterrestrial signals (and how you can join the SETI team). On the Air! (Canada) 1(2):10-13, November/December 1997.

  206. The suns shall never set on SETI. Xenofilkia (56):1128, December 1997.

  207. SearchLites, 4(1), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Winter 1998.

  208. Participatory SETI: A model for public involvement (abstract). Scientific and Cultural Aspects of the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence: 14, SETI Australia Centre, January 1998.

  209. MIR. Xenofilkia (57):1156, February 1998.

  210. Introduction to amateur SETI. RadioScience Observing Chapter 22 (370 - 380), Sams/PROMPT Publications, 1998.

  211. SearchLites, 4(2), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Spring 1998.

  212. SETI and the amateur radio astronomer. European Radio Astronomy Club Newsletter 9: 81-92, Spring 1998.

  213. Scan ye bands in the morning. Xenofilkia (58):1169, April 1998.

  214. Search for ET from your own backyard! Satellite Times 4(7):10-14, May 1998.

  215. SearchLites, 4(3), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Summer 1998.

  216. ET, speak up. Xenofilkia (59):1195, June 1998.

  217. A hydrogen-line receiver for radio astronomy and SETI (Abstract). Proceedings, 32nd Conference of the Central States VHF Society: 70, American Radio Relay League, July 1998.

  218. Perhaps ET is not phoning home at all (Part I). Rogers County Wireless Association Newsletter 15(7):2-5, July 1998.

  219. Perhaps ET is not phoning home at all (Part II). Rogers County Wireless Association Newsletter 15(8):2-4, August 1998.

  220. As Photons Fly. In the Key of Piracy: The Bucconeer Filk Book: 7, August 1998.

  221. SearchLites, 4(4), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Autumn 1998.

  222. Little Green Man. Xenofilkia (61):1235, October 1998.

  223. SETI on the cheap: affording the ultimate DX. Proceedings of the AMSAT-NA Sixteenth Space Symposium: 48-59, American Radio Relay League, October 1998.

  224. A hydrogen line amplifilter for radio astronomy and SETI. Proceedings of Microwave Update 1998: 145-148, American Radio Relay League, October 1998.

  225. First Flight at Frazier Lake. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 2-3, October 1998.

  226. Ballad of the Pueblo. Xenofilkia (62):1254, December 1998.

  227. SearchLites, 5(1), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Winter 1999.

  228. The SETI League Anthem. Xenofilkia (63):1278, February 1999.

  229. Search for ET from your own backyard! in Technical Collection 1998, RSGB (UK): 17-24, February 1999.

  230. SearchLites, 5(2), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Spring 1999.

  231. The Female Is More Specious Than The Deadliest Of Males. Xenofilkia (64):1279, April 1999.

  232. Qu'est-ce que SETI@home? Le Bulletin de la Cabine Telescope (XII):4, Avril 1999.

  233. SearchLites, 5(3), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Summer 1999.

  234. And the band played the Star Spangled Banner. Xenofilkia (65):1290-1291, June 1999.

  235. Join the worldwide, backyard search for extra-terrestrial intelligence. Monitoring Times 8-13, June 1999.

  236. Setting up for SETI. RadioScience Observing, Volume 2 Chapter 14 (284-291), Sams/PROMPT Publications, 1999.

  237. Join the search for extra-terrestrial intelligence. Popular Electronics 16(7):29-32+34-36+79, July 1999.

  238. Project Argus: a global search for our cosmic companions. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society 52(7/8):276-285, July/August 1999.

  239. Tax cutters on the hill. Xenofilkia (66):1317, August 1999.

  240. The SETI League Mini-Manual. Proceedings, 33rd Conference of the Central States VHF Society:87-94, American Radio Relay League, July 1999.

  241. Standards of proof for the detection of extraterrestrial intelligence (abstract). Bioastronomy '99 Program: 135, SETI Institute, August 1999.

  242. SearchLites, 5(4), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Autumn 1999.

  243. Star voyager. Beyond, (1):42, September 1999.

  244. NASA's engineers. Xenofilkia (67):1340, October 1999.

  245. Anatomy of a SETI hoax. Proceedings of the AMSAT-NA Seventeenth Space Symposium: 81-84, American Radio Relay League, October 1999.

  246. L-band gain at sixty percent off! Proceedings of Microwave Update 1999:359, American Radio Relay League, October 1999.

  247. Quella est la relation entre la SETI League et le SETI Institute? Bulletin de le Cabine Telescope XIV:4, Octobre 1999.

  248. The GA fleet. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 5-6, December 1999.

  249. SETI goes mainstream. Radio Today (18):1, 11-15, January 2000.

  250. SearchLites, 6(1), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Winter 2000.

  251. Fantasy flight. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 5, January 2000.

  252. Silver bullet. Penn Central: 1 + 3, January/February 2000.

  253. Extraterrestrial relays. Xenofilkia (69):1366, February 2000.

  254. SearchLites, 6(2), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Spring 2000.

  255. Fling wing. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 6, March 2000.

  256. Make a SETI station from the junk behind your home. Xenofilkia (70):1392, April 2000.

  257. Looking for company. New Scientist (2232): 48-49, 1 April 2000.

  258. Political (sea)food for thought. Penn Central: 6, May 2000.

  259. Prepositions Mensans write about. Penn Central: 7, May 2000.

  260. Distributed processing goes galactic. TCF 2000 Proceedings of Talks: 65 - 73, 6 May 2000.

  261. Arecibo. The Astronomer's Songbook:5, Hallstrom Planetarium, May 2000.

  262. SearchLites, 6(3), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Summer 2000.

  263. Ballad of the Wow! Signal. Xenofilkia (71):1423, June 2000.

  264. Distributed processing goes galactic. Proceedings of the 34th Conference of the Central States VHF Society: 75 - 83, American Radio Relay League, July 2000.

  265. Qu'est-ce que SETI? Le Bulletin de la Cabine Telescope (17):8, Juillet 2000.

  266. Lies. Xenofilkia (72):1435, August 2000.

  267. Distributed processing goes galactic. 9th Internacional EME Conference CD, August 2000.

  268. SearchLites, 6(4), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Autumn 2000.

  269. SETI and the amateur radio astronomer. ERAC Newsletter, (17):0046-0060, August 2000.

  270. These are the days. Xenofilkia (73):1451, October 2000.

  271. One hundred up, 4900 to go! A Project ARGUS update. 51st International Astronautical Congress Preprints IAA-00-IAA.9.1.04, IAF, Rio de Janeiro Brazil, October 2000.

  272. Distributed processing goes galactic. Proceedings of the AMSAT-NA 18th Space Symposium: 66 - 74, American Radio Relay League, October 2000.

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  275. The Green Bank Telescope. Xenofilkia (74):1454, December 2000.

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  278. Deep pockets and probable cause. Frazier Lake Airpark Newsletter: 6, January 2001.

  279. Optical SETI comes of age (Abstract). In LASE 2001 Technical Summary Digest: 55, SPIE, January 2001.

  280. The Carnahan tragedy (Letter). AOPA Pilot: 32+35, February 2001.

  281. It ain't windows. Xenofilkia (75):1504, February 2001.

  282. SearchLites, 7(2), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Spring 2001.

  283. Care and feeding of a SETI dish. ERAC Newsletter 19:0013-0018, March 2001.

  284. Project Argus: an amateur SETI update. Amsat Journal 24(2):16-21 March/April 2001.

  285. Proceedings of SETICon01 (editor). American Radio Relay League, April 2001.

  286. Array2k: sixteen dishes, five designs. Proceedings of SETICon01: 20-28, American Radio Relay League, April 2001.

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  289. A proper measure has four beats. Xenofilkia (77):1544, June 2001.

  290. The Leaving of Terra. Thus Filked Zarathustra: 44-45, June 2001.

  291. SearchLites, 7(3), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Summer 2001.

  292. Sing More Songs of SETI. SETI League, Little Ferry NJ, 2001.

  293. A sixteen-dish array for radio astronomy and SETI. Proceedings of the 35th Conference of the Central States VHF Society: 129-137, American Radio Relay League, July 2001.

  294. What is the water-hole? WaterHole 2001(C), July 2001.

  295. When life was a bitch. Xenofilkia (78):1560, August 2001.

  296. Array2k: sixteen dishes, five designs (abstract). Small Radio Telescopes in Modern Astronomy: SRTMA-109, Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute, August 2001.

  297. 2001: a moonbounce odyssey (PowerPoint and PDF formats). Small Radio Telescopes in Modern Astronomy: Proceedings CD-ROM, Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute, August 2001.

  298. Optical SETI comes of age. In Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) in the Optical Spectrum III, SPIE Proc. Vol. 4273: 128-135, August 2001.

  299. SearchLites, 7(4), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Autumn 2001.

  300. Banned from filking, in Bastard Children of Argo, 37, Random Factors, RF-2001, 2001.

  301. The SETI League anthem, track 14 on Smoked Fish and Friends, RF-1004, Random Factors, 2001.

  302. Amateur SETI update. Proceedings of Microwave Update 2001: 283-292, American Radio Relay League, September 2001.

  303. Array2k: sixteen dishes, five designs. 52nd International Astronautical Congress Preprints IAA-01-IAA.9.1.02, IAF, Toulouse France, October 2001.

  304. 2001: a moonbounce odyssey. Proceedings of the AMSAT-NA 19th Space Symposium: 67-74, American Radio Relay League, October 2001.

  305. 2001: a moonbounce odyssey. QST, 85(11): 38-43, November 2001.

  306. What The SETI League has heard so far. WaterHole, 2001(G): 3, 15 November 2001.

  307. Trad and Anon. Xenofilkia (80):1589, December 2001.

  308. Tune In The Universe! (ISBN 0-87259-854-3) American Radio Relay League, Newington CT, December 2001.

  309. SearchLites, 8(1), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Winter 2002.

  310. Piscine evolution. Penn Central: 11, January 2002.

  311. SearchLites, 8(2), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Spring 2002.

  312. Mamas, don't let your daughters grow up to be interns. Xenofilkia (81):1613, February 2002.

  313. The Halted Surplus Store. Consonantal Drift 2002: 18-19, March 2002.

  314. Fun-Funaro. Consonantal Drift 2002: 32, March 2002.

  315. Star Trek TNG. Xenofilkia (82):1632, April 2002.

  316. Proceedings of SETICon02 (editor). American Radio Relay League, April 2002.

  317. 2001: a moonbounce odyssey. Proceedings of SETICon02: 101-106, American Radio Relay League, April 2002.

  318. What is the water-hole? ERAC Newsletter 22: 87-89, April 2002.

  319. Dr. SETI's Starship: Star voyager. CQ VHF 5(1):84, Spring 2002.

  320. Pegasus 51. Xenofilkia (83):1659, June 2002.

  321. SearchLites, 8(3), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Summer 2002.

  322. The VSA: thinking big on a small scale. Proceedings of the 36th Conference of the Central States VHF Society: 147-156, American Radio Relay League, July 2002.

  323. The Pentium PC. Xenofilkia (84):1684, August 2002.

  324. Dr. SETI's Starship: In the beginning. CQ VHF 5(2):84+82, Summer 2002.

  325. 2001: a moonbounce odyssey. Proceedings of the 10th International EME Conference: 25 - 34, August 2002.

  326. SearchLites, 8(4), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Autumn 2002.

  327. The very small array. QST, 86(9): 28-30, September 2002.

  328. The only game in town. Future Generations Forum, World Future Society, September 2002.

  329. Publisher's Page. Contact In Context 1(1), September 2002.

  330. Thinking big on a small scale. Amateur Scientists' Bulletin, 20 September 2002.

  331. The Very Small Array: proof-of-concept for Array2k. 53rd World Space Congress Preprints: IAC-02-IAA.9.1.02, IAF, Houston TX, October 2002.

  332. The very small array. Proceedings of Microwave Update 2002: 196-198, American Radio Relay League, October 2002.

  333. Dr. SETI's Starship: A fork in the road. CQ VHF 5(3):84, Fall 2002.

  334. Where are the sharps? Xenofilkia (85):1722, December 2002.

  335. SearchLites, 9(1), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Winter 2003.

  336. Fly again. Xenofilkia (87):1740, February 2003.

  337. SearchLites, 9(2), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Spring 2003.

  338. Dr. SETI's Starship: Does SETI theory hold water? CQ VHF 5(4):84, Winter 2003.

  339. Poor Eliza! Penn Central: 6, February 2003.

  340. Marketing Hell. Penn Central: 5-6, April 2003.

  341. So, when did you steal the key? Drum Beat 1(2):12-13, April 2003.

  342. Ponderous peer review. Contact In Context 1(2), April 2003.

  343. Considering cosmic CONELRAD. Contact In Context 1(2), April 2003.

  344. Proceedings of SETICon03 (editor). American Radio Relay League, April 2003.

  345. Reviewing the review process. Proceedings of SETICon03: 1, American Radio Relay League, April 2003.

  346. SETI Horn of Plenty: an Argus antenna alternative. Proceedings of SETICon03: 109-115, American Radio Relay League, April 2003.

  347. The Very Small Array. Proceedings of SETICon03: 116-118, American Radio Relay League, April 2003.

  348. The search for extraterrestrial intelligence. The Futurist 37(3):52-55, May-June 2003.

  349. Dr. SETI's Starship: Marriage made in heaven. CQ VHF 6(1):84, Spring 2003.

  350. SETI Horn of Plenty. CQ VHF 6(1):cover + 6-8 + 80-82, Spring 2003.

  351. SearchLites, 9(3), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Summer 2003.

  352. SETI sneak attack: lessons learned from the Pearl Harbor Hoax (abstract). 28th Annual Trenton Computer Festival program: 17-18, May 2003.

  353. SETI League 2002 Annual Report (20 pp). The SETI League, Inc., Little Ferry NJ, 30 June 2003.

  354. Feminist threes. Xenofilkia (89):1776, June 2003.

  355. Fly again II. Xenofilkia (89):1788, June 2003.

  356. Confessions of a draft dodger. Penn Central: 9, July 2003.

  357. Vampire's lullabye. The Scarèd Harp: 18, Mewsic.com, July 2003.

  358. Adaptive microwave antenna array. U. S. Patent #6593876, July 15, 2003.

  359. SETI Horn of Plenty: an Argus antenna alternative. Proceedings of the 37th Central States VHF Conference: 138-144, American Radio Relay League, July 2003.

  360. Dr. SETI's Starship: Testing the null hypothesis. CQ VHF 6(2):84, Summer 2003.

  361. Spook's honor. Penn Central: 9, August 2003.

  362. SearchLites, 9(4), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Autumn 2003.

  363. Belle of the ball. Penn Central: 9, September 2003.

  364. SETI sneak attack: lessons learned from the Pearl Harbor Hoax. 54th International Astronautical Congress Preprints: IAC-03-IAA.9.2.03, Bremen Germany, October 2003.

  365. Fire engine red. Penn Central: 5, October 2003.

  366. Dr. SETI's Starship: The night that Elvis died. CQ VHF 6(3):84 + 82, Fall 2003.

  367. Barbershop quartet. Penn Central: 5, November 2003.

  368. You are my router. Xenofilkia (92):1851, December 2003.

  369. Occam's rusty blades. Penn Central: 5-6, December 2003.

  370. The band played the Star Spangled Banner, track 16 on Millennium Pandemonium I, Conglomeration Inc., Arlington VA, 2003.

  371. If then do loop, track 16 on Balticon tapes CD1, Kludge Audio, Williamsburg VA, 2003.

  372. Cosmic Carl, track 20 on Balticon tapes CD2, Kludge Audio, Williamsburg VA, 2003.

  373. SearchLites, 10(1), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Winter 2004.

  374. The Satellite Rebellion. Xenofilkia (93):1858, February 2004.

  375. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Then I'd Have To Kill You." CQ VHF 6(4):84+74, Winter 2004.

  376. Boy scoots off chair. Penn Central: 3, January / February 2004.

  377. The only game in town. Journal of Futures Studies (Taiwan) 8(3):55-60, February 2004.

  378. Proceedings of EuroSETI04 (editor). SETI League, March 2004.

  379. SearchLites, 10(2), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Spring 2004.

  380. What's left of the stars. Xenofilkia (94):1886, April 2004.

  381. Proceedings of SETICon04 (editor). SETI League, April 2004.

  382. Winning the SETI Olympics (abstract). 29th Annual Trenton Computer Festival program: 12, May 2004.

  383. SETI League 2003 Annual Report (18 pp). The SETI League, Inc., Little Ferry NJ, 15 May 2004.

  384. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Postcards from beyond." CQ VHF 7(1):84, Spring 2004.

  385. SearchLites, 10(3), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Summer 2004.

  386. Abduction song. Xenofilkia (95):1901, June 2004.

  387. Multiband reconfigurable synthetic aperture radar antenna. Proceedings of the 2004 Earth Science Technology Conference: B1P1, NASA, June 2004.

  388. The SETI League's observing awards program. Proceedings of the 38th Central States VHF Conference: 115-120, American Radio Relay League, July 2004.

  389. The last honest cabbie. Penn Central: 2, August 2004.

  390. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Worked all worlds." CQ VHF 7(2):84+83, Summer 2004.

  391. The hummer song. Xenofilkia (96):1928, August 2004.

  392. The SETI League's observing awards program. Proceedings of SETICon04, The SETI League, Inc., August 2004.

  393. SearchLites, 10(4), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Autumn 2004.

  394. The other path. Penn Central: 1, October 2004.

  395. Winning the SETI Olympiad: the role of the dedicated amateur. 55th International Astronautical Congress Preprints: IAC-04-IAA.1.1.1.07, IAF, Vancouver BC Canada, October 2004.

  396. The con without any rooms. Xenofilkia (97):1940, October 2004.

  397. Winning the SETI Olympiad: the role of the dedicated amateur. Proceedings of the AMSAT-NA 22nd Space Symposium: 259 - 265, American Radio Relay League, October 2004.

  398. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Remembering John Kraus, W8JK." CQ VHF 7(3):84, Fall 2004.

  399. Can I play EQ tomorrow? Xenofilkia (98):1968, December 2004.

  400. Quantifying our ignorance. Contact In Context 2(1), 2004.

  401. Winning the SETI Olympiad: The Role of the Dedicated Amateur. Contact In Context 2(1), 2004.

  402. One Hundred Up, 4900 to Go! A Project Argus Update. Contact In Context 2(1), 2004.

  403. SearchLites, 11(1), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Winter 2005.

  404. Burning rubber to the edge of space. Xenofilkia (99):1976-7, February 2005.

  405. Stealing the key. Penn Central: 2, February 2005.

  406. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Quantifying our Ignorance." CQ VHF 7(4):84+76, Winter 2005.

  407. SearchLites, 11(2), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Spring 2005.

  408. Stealing the key, redux. Penn Central: 2, March 2005.

  409. SETI League 2004 Annual Report (15 pp). The SETI League, Inc., Little Ferry NJ, 7 March 2005.

  410. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Blame It on Rio." CQ VHF 8(1):82, Spring 2005.

  411. SearchLites, 11(3), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Summer 2005.

  412. The Martian rovers. Xenofilkia (101):2021, June 2005.

  413. Contata Lament. Against The Odds: 17, New York Metropolitan Filk Organization, June 2005.

  414. Ask Dr. SETI. Penn Central: 2-3, June 2005.

  415. Updating the multiband reconfigurable synthetic aperture radar antenna. Proceedings of the 2005 Earth-Sun System Technology Conference: B5P1, NASA, June 2005.

  416. Programma di osservazione MStar (Abstract). Asteroidi, Minaccia Dallo Spazio, Universus 2005, XXIV Edizione: 29, July 2005.

  417. The world that passed us by. AMSAT Journal 28(4):4, July/August 2005.

  418. The satellite rebellion. Xenofilkia (102):2044-5, August 2005.

  419. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Remembering W8FIS, the Father of SETI" CQ VHF 8(2):82, Summer 2005.

  420. SETI: the role of the dedicated amateur. QST, 89(9):43-47, September 2005.

  421. SearchLites, 11(4), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Autumn 2005.

  422. Suing the Blues. Xenofilkia (103):2073, October 2005.

  423. The San Marino Scale: a new analytical tool for assessing transmission risk, (with Ivan Almar). 56th International Astronautical Congress Preprints: IAC-05-A4.1.01, IAF, Fukuoka Japan, October 2005.

  424. Testing a claim of extraterrestrial technology, (with Allen Tough). 56th International Astronautical Congress Reprints: IAC-05-A4.2.09, IAF, Fukuoka Japan, October 2005.

  425. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Shouting in the Jungle" CQ VHF 8(3):82-83, Fall 2005.

  426. Deja vu once more. Xenofilkia (104):2089, December 2005.

  427. SearchLites, 12(1), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Winter 2006.

  428. Quantifying SETI. QEX, (234):22-30, January/February 2006.

  429. SETI League 2005 Annual Report (15 pp). The SETI League, Inc., Little Ferry NJ, 10 February 2006.

  430. The Frozen Waitress. Xenofilkia (105):2107, February 2006.

  431. Dr. SETI's Starship: "When did we become obsolete?" CQ VHF 8(4):82-83, Winter 2006.

  432. SearchLites, 12(2), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Spring 2006.

  433. Computer chanty, track 5 on Technobabble, FIDIM Interactive, LLC, March 2006.

  434. AMSAT in education. AMSAT Journal 29(2):12, March/April 2006.

  435. The Friged Filker. Xenofilkia (106):2128, April 2006.

  436. The Orbital Classroom: "Coordinating The Effort." CQ VHF 9(1):31+36, Spring 2006.

  437. Dr. SETI's Starship: "The Listeners." CQ VHF 9(1):82, Spring 2006.

  438. SearchLites, 12(3), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Summer 2006.

  439. Hams in Space! AMSAT Journal 29(3):23-24, May/June 2006.

  440. Proceedings, 25th Anniversary Conference of the Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers (editor). ARRL, June 2006.

  441. W2ETI moonbounce beacon update. Proceedings, 25th Anniversary Conference of the Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers, 109-114, ARRL, June 2006.

  442. Built from unobtainium: an ATDM multiband reconfigurable synthetic aperture radar antenna. Proceedings of the 2006 Earth-Sun System Technology Conference: B6P1, NASA, June 2006.

  443. W2ETI moonbounce beacon update. Proceedings of the 40th Central States VHF Conference: 31-35, ARRL, July 2006.

  444. Adventures in curve-fitting. QEX (237): cover + 30-36, July/August 2006.

  445. The Sober Spacer. Xenofilkia (108):2168, August 2006.

  446. The Orbital Classroom: "1000-cc science." CQ VHF 9(2):42-43, Summer 2006.

  447. Dr. SETI's Starship: "This I believe." CQ VHF 9(2):82, Summer 2006.

  448. 1000cc science. AMSAT Journal 29(4):20-21, July/August 2006.

  449. SearchLites, 12(4), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Autumn 2006.

  450. Updating the San Marino Scale (with Ivan Almar). 57th International Astronautical Congress Preprints: IAC-06-A4.1.01, IAF, Valencia Spain, October 2006.

  451. Reinventing the cube. AMSAT Journal 29(5):12+15, September/October 2006.

  452. The Orbital Classroom: "Hams in space." CQ VHF 9(3):44-45, Fall 2006.

  453. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Testing a dubious claim." CQ VHF 9(3):82-83, Fall 2006.

  454. Education vs. training. AMSAT Journal 29(6):12, November/December 2006.

  455. Wake me up when the con begins. Xenofilkia (110):2208, December 2006.

  456. Publisher's page: Twelve Years and Counting. Contact In Context 2(2), 2006.

  457. SearchLites, 13(1), The SETI League, Inc., Winter 2007.

  458. The San Marino Scale: a new analytical tool for assessing transmission risk (with Ivan Almar). Academy Transactions Note, Acta Astronautica 60(1): 57-59, January 2007.

  459. Convention. Xenofilkia (111):2225, February 2007.

  460. The Orbital Classroom: "Reinventing the cube." CQ VHF 9(4):62-63, Winter 2007.

  461. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Journalistic exuberance." CQ VHF 9(4):82-83, Winter 2007.

  462. Following suit. AMSAT Journal 30(1):16-17, January/February 2007.

  463. SETI League 2006 Annual Report (15 pp). The SETI League, Inc., Little Ferry NJ, 2 February 2007.

  464. SearchLites, 13(2), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Spring 2007.

  465. Shouting in the jungle: the SETI transmission debate (with Ivan Almar). Journal of the British Interplanetary Society 60(4):142-146, April 2007.

  466. Testing a claim of extraterrestrial technology (with Allen Tough). Journal of the British Interplanetary Society 60(4):154-156, April 2007.

  467. New AMSAT lab completes first satellite. AMSAT Journal 30(2):16, March/April 2007.

  468. Isn't it iconic? Xenofilkia (112):2249, April 2007.

  469. The Orbital Classroom: "Education vs. training." CQ VHF 10(1):40-41, Spring 2007.

  470. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Their past, our future." CQ VHF 10(1):82, Spring 2007.

  471. SearchLites, 13(3), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Summer 2007.

  472. Tommy Atkins (arrangement). Xenofilkia (113):2256, June 2007.

  473. What hath God wrought? AMSAT Journal 30(3):14, May/June 2007.

  474. The satellite rebellion. SatFACTS 13(153-4):8, June 2007.

  475. The SETI transmission debate (abstract). Astrobiology 7(3): 529-530, June 2007.

  476. Proceedings of the 2007 SARA Conference (editor). ARRL, July 2007.

  477. Shouting in the jungle. Proceedings of the 2007 SARA Conference, 62-66, ARRL, July 2007.

  478. Archimedes' lever: how long is 'long enough'? Proceedings of the 2007 SARA Conference, 67-72, ARRL, July 2007.

  479. Oh, be a fine girl, kiss me. Xenofilkia (114):2278, August 2007.

  480. The Orbital Classroom: "Following Suit." CQ VHF 10(2):72-73, Summer 2007.

  481. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Light Speed." CQ VHF 10(2):82-83, Summer 2007.

  482. Morse Code redux. AMSAT Journal 30(4):13, July/August 2007.

  483. SearchLites, 13(4), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Autumn 2007.

  484. Quantifying Past Transmissions Using the San Marino Scale (with Ivan Almar). 58th International Astronautical Congress Preprints: IAC-07-A4.2.04, IAF, Hyderabad, India, September 2007.

  485. Fifty ways to love your liver. Xenofilkia (115):2306-7, October 2007.

  486. The Orbital Classroom: "New AMSAT Lab Completes First 'Satellite'." CQ VHF 10(3):79, Fall 2007.

  487. Dr. SETI's Starship: "When Will We Reach India?" CQ VHF 10(3):82, Fall 2007.

  488. ITAR Attacks! AMSAT Journal 30(5):16-17, September/October 2007.

  489. Sing a Song of SETI, featuring Dr. SETI® and the SETIzensTM (CD - 12 songs). The SETI League, Inc., November 2007.

  490. To the Moon, Alice! AMSAT Journal 30(6):16-17, November/December 2007.

  491. Gravity's rainbow. Xenofilkia (116):2317, December 2007.

  492. Demented!, Filk Songs by Dr. SETI® (CD - 12 songs). The SETI League, Inc., 2008.

  493. SearchLites, 14(1), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Winter 2008.

  494. The Orbital Classroom: "To the Moon, Alice!" CQ VHF 10(4):56-57, Winter 2008.

  495. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Millimeter Magic." CQ VHF 10(4):82-83, Winter 2008.

  496. SETI League 2007 Annual Report (15 pp). The SETI League, Inc., Little Ferry NJ, 1 February 2008.

  497. It takes time to talk to ET. Xenofilkia (117):2348, February 2008.

  498. Lunar link analysis. AMSAT Journal 31(1):16-17, January/February 2008.

  499. SearchLites, 14(2), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Spring 2008.

  500. Burning rubber to the edge of space. Consonance 2008 Songbook CD: 165-166, Fanfare Music, March 2008.

  501. National science education standards. AMSAT Journal 31(2):16-17, March/April 2008.

  502. Remembering Sir Arthur C. Clarke. AMSAT Journal 31(2):22-23, March/April 2008.

  503. The Orbital Classroom: "Lunar Link Analysis." CQ VHF 11(1):74-75, Spring 2008.

  504. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Remembering Sir Arthur C. Clarke." CQ VHF 11(1):82-83, Spring 2008.

  505. SearchLites, 14(3), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Summer 2008.

  506. Clone a Crone. Xenofilkia (119):2381, June 2008.

  507. Burning Rubber to the Edge of Space. Contata 2008 Program Book: 26-27, NEFilk, June 2008.

  508. AMSAT and Teacher Professional Development. AMSAT Journal 31(3):16-17, May/June 2008.

  509. Proceedings of the 2008 SARA Conference (editor). ARRL, June 2008.

  510. Sputnik and SETI: uniting East and West. Proceedings of the 2008 SARA Conference, 125-128, ARRL, June 2008.

  511. Waxing lyrical. Spaceflight 50:234, June 2008.

  512. Blow the flute in the morning. Xenofilkia (120):2402, August 2008.

  513. Saluting the Musical Chairs. Xenofilkia (120):2410, August 2008.

  514. The Orbital Classroom: "National science education standards." CQ VHF 11(2):76-77, Summer 2008.

  515. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Light speed." CQ VHF 11(2):82, Summer 2008.

  516. Project Argus progress report: t plus twelve years and holding. First IAA Symposium on Searching for Life Signatures Preprints: IAA-S8-0202, UNESCO, Paris, France, September 2008.

  517. Introduction to SETI science and technology. 59th International Astronautical Congress Preprints: IAC-08-A4.1.01, IAF, Glasgow, Scotland, October 2008.

  518. Correcting for interdependence of terms in the San Marino Scale (with Jamie Riggs). 59th International Astronautical Congress Preprints: IAC-08-A4.2.04, IAF, Glasgow, Scotland, October 2008.

  519. Aliens among us: learning disability as an analog for extraterrestrial intelligence. 59th International Astronautical Congress Preprints: IAC-08-A4.2.08, IAF, Glasgow, Scotland, October 2008.

  520. SearchLites, 14(4), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Autumn 2008.

  521. It takes time to talk to ET. Xenofilkia (121):2423, October 2008.

  522. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Beckoning beacons." CQ VHF 11(3):82-83, Fall 2008.

  523. How I met Son-of-a-Beech. BACTalk 4(2): Cover + 20-22, Winter 2008.

  524. Rejected. Xenofilkia (122):2441, December 2008.

  525. Sputnik and SETI: uniting East and West. Space Chronicle, Journal of the British Interplanetary Society 61(Suppl 2):89-92, 2008.

  526. Cosmic Carl, track 2 on Skeptics Mix Tape 2009, Skeptics Society, 2009.

  527. SearchLites, 15(1), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Winter 2009.

  528. Is there intelligent life elsewhere in the Universe? (with Ben Zuckerman). Costco Connection 24(1):18-19, January 2009.

  529. Hey There, Osama. Xenofilkia (123):2467, February 2009.

  530. SETI League 2008 Annual Report (14 pp). The SETI League, Inc., Little Ferry NJ, 1 February 2009.

  531. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Beckoning beacons, part 2." CQ VHF 12(4):78-81, Winter 2009.

  532. SearchLites, 15(2), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Spring 2009.

  533. Fifty years of SETI science and technology. Radio Astronomy:16-24. Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers, February/March 2009.

  534. Is there intelligent life elsewhere in the Universe? (with Eric McMillan). Costco Connection (Canada) 22(2):14-15, March/April 2009.

  535. Arecibo Farewell. Xenofilkia (124):2478, April 2009.

  536. Lies (SETI completist). Xenofilkia (124):2488, April 2009.

  537. BAC northeast regional report. BACTalk 5(1):24, Spring 2009.

  538. We look at starshine. Xenofilkia (125):2503, June 2009.

  539. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Betting on SETI Success." CQ VHF 13(1):82-83, Spring 2009.

  540. SearchLites, 15(3), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Summer 2009.

  541. Proceedings of the 2009 SARA Conference (editor). ARRL, June 2009.

  542. Fifty years of SETI science and technology. Proceedings of the 2009 SARA Conference, 1-15, ARRL, June 2009.

  543. Project Argus progress report. Proceedings of the 2009 SARA Conference, 80-87, ARRL, June 2009.

  544. The day the Earth stood out. Proceedings of the 2009 SARA Conference, 160-165, ARRL, June 2009.

  545. Electronic flight phone. BACTalk 5(2):9, Summer 2009.

  546. BAC northeast regional report. BACTalk 5(2):35, Summer 2009.

  547. Beech annual inspection haiku. BACTalk 5(2):38-39, Summer 2009.

  548. A-24/R relocation of rear-seat vents. BACTalk 5(2):50-51 + 54-55, Summer 2009.

  549. Breakfast in Moscow. Xenofilkia (126):2524-25, August 2009.

  550. Dr. SETI's Starship: "The Bet is Already Won." CQ VHF 13(2):83, Summer 2009.

  551. SearchLites, 15(4), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Autumn 2009.

  552. L, S, C, X, and Ku. Xenofilkia (127):2542-43, October 2009.

  553. BAC northeast regional report. BACTalk 5(3):25-26, Fall 2009.

  554. Powder blue Champ. BACTalk 5(3):12, Fall 2009.

  555. Dwight in the afternoon. BACTalk 5(3):12-14 + 21, Fall 2009.

  556. Fifty Years of SETI science and technology. 60th International Astronautical Congress Preprints: IAC-09-A4.1.01, IAF, Daejon, Korea, October 2009.

  557. The Day the Earth Stood Out. 60th International Astronautical Congress Preprints: IAC-09-A4.1.08, IAF, Daejon, Korea, October 2009.

  558. Project Argus Progress Report: t plus 13 years and holding. 60th International Astronautical Congress Preprints: IAC-09-A4.2.07, IAF, Daejon, Korea, October 2009.

  559. Dr. SETI's Starship: "The Day The Earth Called Out." CQ VHF 13(3):82-83, Fall 2009.

  560. Sing More Songs of SETI, featuring Dr. SETI® and the SETIzensTM (CD - 13 songs). The SETI League, Inc., November 2009.

  561. Gamer Lover's Blues. Xenofilkia (128):2565, December 2009.

  562. SearchLites, 16(1), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Winter 2010.

  563. SETI League 2009 Annual Report (14 pp). The SETI League, Inc., Little Ferry NJ, 10 January 2010.

  564. BAC northeast regional report. BACTalk 5(4):23, Winter 2009-2010.

  565. Happy tails. BACTalk 5(4):rear cover, Winter 2009-2010.

  566. Crackberry Phone. Xenofilkia (129):2585, February 2010.

  567. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Watching terrestrial television at Alpha Centauri." CQ VHF 13(4):82-83, Winter 2010.

  568. SearchLites, 16(2), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Spring 2010.

  569. Superman's Secret Thoughts. Xenofilkia (130):2612, April 2010.

  570. Deep Space is Wide. Xenofilkia (131):2619, June 2010.

  571. Dr. SETI's Starship: "To Venus and back." CQ VHF 14(1):82-83, Spring 2010.

  572. BAC northeast regional report. BACTalk 6(1):19, Spring 2010.

  573. SearchLites, 16(3), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Summer 2010.

  574. Born to fly. Conterpoint 2010: S-28, June 2010

  575. Downsizing to an LSA. Mentor 12(7):16, July 2010.

  576. Four Sad Winds. Xenofilkia (132):2649, August 2010.

  577. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Big enough." CQ VHF 14(2):82-83, Summer 2010.

  578. SearchLites, 16(4), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Autumn 2010.

  579. SETI past, present, and future: 50 years in 15 minutes. 61st International Astronautical Congress Preprints: IAC-10-A4.1.01, IAF, Prague, Czech Republic, September 2010.

  580. BAC northeast regional report. BACTalk 6(2):19, Fall 2010.

  581. Born to fly. Xenofilkia (133):2667, October 2010.

  582. Amateur SETI. Sky and Telescope 120(5):29, November 2010.

  583. Dawson's Tenure, track 15 on Millennium Pandemonium II, Conglomeration Inc., Springfield VA, 2010.

  584. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Remembering Project Ozma." CQ VHF 14(3):80-82, Fall 2010.

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  588. Project Ozma: the birth of observational SETI. Chapter 2 in Searching for Extraterrestrial Intelligence: SETI past, present, and future. ISBN 978-3-642-13195-0, The Frontiers Collection, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, November 2010.

  589. Project Argus: pursuing amateur all-sky SETI. Chapter 12 in Searching for Extraterrestrial Intelligence: SETI past, present, and future. ISBN 978-3-642-13195-0, The Frontiers Collection, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, November 2010.

  590. SearchLites, 17(1), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Winter 2011.

  591. The dish at Evpatoria. Xenofilkia (134):2686-87, December 2010.

  592. AvSport 2010 Annual Report (13 pp). AvSport of Lock Haven, Piper Memorial Airport, Lock Haven PA, 1 January 2011.

  593. SETI League 2010 Annual Report (14 pp). The SETI League, Inc., Little Ferry NJ, 10 January 2011.

  594. It's flying that I love. Xenofilkia (135):2699, February 2011.

  595. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Remembering Malcolm Raff, WA2UNP." CQ VHF 14(4):82-83, Winter 2011.

  596. SearchLites, 17(2), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Spring 2011.

  597. The sports fan's anthem generic. Xenofilkia (136):2721, April 2011.

  598. Sport pilots in the sky. Xenofilkia (136):2724, April 2011.

  599. SearchLites, 17(3), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Summer 2011.

  600. The one that I fly. Xenofilkia (137):2740 - 41, June 2011.

  601. The sports fan's anthem, revised (with Joshua Kronengold). Xenofilkia (137):2743, June 2011.

  602. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Six degrees of SETI separation." CQ VHF 15(1):82, Spring 2011.

  603. Can you here me now? Xenofilkia (138):2767, August 2011.

  604. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Allen Telescope disarray." CQ VHF 15(2):82-83, Summer 2011.

  605. SearchLites, 17(4), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Autumn 2011.

  606. Burning rubber farther into space. Xenofilkia (139):2784-5, October 2011.

  607. Introduction to SETI science and technology. 62nd International Astronautical Congress Preprints: IAC-11-A4.1.1, IAF, Cape Town, South Africa, October 2011.

  608. Dr. SETI's Starship: "The strange case of the oscillating amplifier." CQ VHF 15(3):82-83, Fall 2011.

  609. Epigenetics. Xenofilkia (140):2801, December 2011.

  610. SearchLites, 18(1), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Winter 2012.

  611. AvSport 2011 Annual Report (16 pp). AvSport of Lock Haven, Piper Memorial Airport, Lock Haven PA, 1 January 2012.

  612. The TSA took my freedom away. Xenofilkia (141):2822 - 23, February 2012.

  613. Dr. SETI's Starship: "The politics of protocols." CQ VHF 15(4):84 + 82, Winter 2012.

  614. SearchLites, 18(2), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Spring 2012.

  615. SETI League 2011 Annual Report (14 pp). The SETI League, Inc., Little Ferry NJ, 29 February 2012.

  616. Wichita spam can. Xenofilkia (142):2837, April 2012.

  617. Dr. SETI's Starship: "This Lousy T-shirt." CQ VHF 16(1):82 - 84, Spring 2012.

  618. Fifty ways to love your lever. Xenofilkia (143):2856, June 2012.

  619. SearchLites, 18(3), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Summer 2012.

  620. I'm not alone. Xenofilkia (144):2886, August 2012.

  621. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Remembering Allen Tough." CQ VHF 16(2):84 + 82, Summer 2012.

  622. SearchLites, 18(4), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Autumn 2012.

  623. Shannon's Law. Xenofilkia (145):2905, October 2012.

  624. Introduction to SETI science and technology. 63rd International Astronautical Congress Preprints: IAC-12-A4.1.1, IAF, Naples, Italy, October 2012.

  625. Fanning the flames of SETI passion. 63rd International Astronautical Congress Preprints: IAC-12-A4.2.1, IAF, Naples, Italy, October 2012.

  626. Grandma got screwed over by big business. Xenofilkia (146):2916, December 2012.

  627. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Larry the Dad." CQ VHF 16(3):84 + 82, Fall 2012.

  628. SearchLites, 19(1), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Winter 2013.

  629. AvSport 2012 Annual Report (16 pp). AvSport of Lock Haven, Piper Memorial Airport, Lock Haven PA, 1 January 2013.

  630. Making fuel out of nothing at all. Xenofilkia (147):2938, February 2013.

  631. SearchLites, 19(2), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Spring 2013.

  632. SETI League 2012 Annual Report (14 pp). The SETI League, Inc., Little Ferry NJ, 2 March 2013.

  633. Dr. SETI's Starship: "What's the Frequency, Kenneth?" CQ VHF 16(4):82 - 83, Winter 2013.

  634. Billy Gates. Xenofilkia (148):2963, April 2013.

  635. Dr. SETI's Starship: "How it all began." CQ VHF 16(5):84, Spring 2013.

  636. SearchLites, 19(3), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Summer 2013.

  637. Hey there, Delilah. Xenofilkia (150):2997, August 2013.

  638. SearchLites, 19(4), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Fall 2013.

  639. Introduction to SETI science and technology. 64th International Astronautical Congress Preprints: IAC-13-A4.1.1, IAF, Beijing, China, September 2013.

  640. Analyzing the Stephens Mystery Signal. 64th International Astronautical Congress Preprints: IAC-13-A4.2.1, IAF, Beijing, China, September 2013.

  641. Big Crunch Theory. Xenofilkia (151):3025, October 2013.

  642. Dr. SETI's Starship: "How it all began...Richard Factor, WA2IKL." CQ VHF 16(6):79, Summer 2013.

  643. Dr. SETI's Starship: "Pleiades." CQ VHF 16(6):80, Summer 2013.

  644. SearchLites, 20(1), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Winter 2014.

  645. AvSport 2013 Annual Report (19 pp). AvSport of Lock Haven, Piper Memorial Airport, Lock Haven PA, 1 January 2014.

  646. Western Union man. Xenofilkia (153):3072, February 2014.

  647. SearchLites, 20(2), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Spring 2014.

  648. Ballad of the hockey pros. Xenofilkia (154):3093, April 2014.

  649. SETI League 2013 Annual Report (15 pp). The SETI League, Inc., Little Ferry NJ, 8 April 2014.

  650. Strength potion number nine. Xenofilkia (155):3097, June 2014.

  651. SearchLites, 20(3), (editor), The SETI League, Inc., Summer 2014.

  652. SETI's New Horizons. Proceedings of the 2014 Conference of the Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers, 59 - 62, Green Bank WV, June 2014.


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