See 20 pages of the first edition of
I have written before about the incredible resource for RF engineers and hobbyists that is the ARRL's monthly
Since its first edition in December, 1915, the magazine has been chock full of useful information. As would be expected,
the nature of content has evolved over time to have the greatest appeal to contemporary readers. Correspondingly,
reviewing past issues provides a peek back into history not only to learn of vintage equipment and events, but also
it lets us see the difference in the nature of readers, most notably their expectations in content, prose, etc.
The first example is an article titled, "Who Killed the Signal?" It is the first in a series of "radio mysteries."
Stay tuned, more on the way...
All copyrights are hereby acknowledged.
These articles were scanned and OCRed from copies of vintage QST magazines that I purchased on e-Bay. I took
the trouble to OCR them in order to provide searchable text for people who are trying to find specific items: equipment,
companies, friends, even themselves.