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National Radio Institute Home Study Course

National Radio Institute (NRI) Advertisement 1926 - RF Cafe

Old Ad for National Radio Institute: 'I Will Train You at Home!' - RF CafeBob Davis sent me a link to Mike Yancey's (KM5Z) website where there is a scanned version of the 1948 National Radio Institute (NRI) home study course for radio technicians. It is a very extensive collection of 55 volumes (PDF format) covering topics like Simple Radio Circuits and Meters, Radio Coils and How They Work, How Detectors Work in Radio and Television Receivers, Current, Voltage and Resistance Measurements, and How to Eliminate Man-Made Interference. KM5Z also has some other good content that you might be interested in while you're there like a 1958 edition the RCA Radio & TV Course, online calculators for toroids, inductor Q, voltage dividers, and antenna field strength, and radio restoration projects.

 

 

Posted August 26, 2013

 

 

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