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January 1947 Radio & Television News
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January 1947 Radio News

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Wax nostalgic about and learn from the history of early electronics. See articles from Radio & Television News, published 1919-1959. All copyrights hereby acknowledged.


January 1947

Vol. 37, No. 1


Radio Controlled Flight, by the Information and Public Relations Division, Headquarters Army Air Forces 25
New Parasitic Beam Design, by R. G. Rowe, W2FMF 40
Ring Oscillators for U.H.F. Transmission, by Tom Gootée 48
Farnsworth Models EC-260, EK-262, EK-263, EK-264, EK-265 Schematic & Parts List 62
Detrola Models 571A, 571B Schematic & Parts List 62
General Electric Model 250 Schematic & Parts List 62
Admiral Models 6EI, 6EIN Schematic & Parts List 63
United Models 980744, 980745 Schematic & Parts List 63
Howard Model 920 Schematic & Parts List 63
Electrolytic Condenser "Blows Its Top" 92
Facsimile Receiver 94


January 1947 Radio News Table of Contents - RF Cafe



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