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Radio Archeology – The Radio Experimenters Guide – 1923

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More radio archeology… a small pamphlet from 1923

The information compiled in these pages is based on material already published in the Radio Section of the Newark Sunday Call, which has gained a wide reputation among amateur experimenters for the accuracy of its data on radio construction.

The hook-up presented herein are therefore reliable.  Each one has been constructed and tested in the Sunday Call’s Radio Laboratory.  This is a policy which the Call has followed for two years in order to protect its readers from the waste of time, material and money on “trick circuits”.

In this booklet will also be found a complete list of the broadcasting stations of the world corrected to Novemver, 1923, a complete operating schedule of the broadcasting stations in the Metropolitan District, and a list of sloagans used by broadcasters

You can even find out how to “Radioize Your Home”

Take a read – Radio Experimenters Guide from 1923

Written by frrl

April 2, 2010 at 5:54 pm

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