The sixth book in this series of books for the economically minded radio experimenter, this edition features projects on building a loose-coupler, active wire antenna, and regenerative loop reciever as well as information on sigle tube transmitters and transmitter experiments. 48 pages, 5 2/3 x 8 1/2" booklet.
First published in 1945 by the Instititute of Radio Engineers (IRE), this was handed out at the Radio Pioneers Dinner in November 1945. This includes a history of the IRE as well as photos of John Stone Stone, Robert Marriot, Pickard as well as other members. There is also a succinct chronology of radio developments to 1924, a history of the Veteran Wireless Operators association and other historically interesting writings, as well as photos of early equipment and tubes.
Edited By Robert P Murray This book details the contributions, inventors and companies that brought radio to the airwaves of Canada. A great read about the history of Canadian radio. 160 pages, 1.2 lbs,0.5 x 8.8 x 11.2 inches
By Ray Bintliff This is the radio collector's guide to choosing and replacing dial belts. More then 1000 models from 47 manufacturers are covered and has the complete data for JFD & General Cement belts. Also contains background information regarding dial belts and offers practical advice regarding the replacement of missing or defective belts.