Experimenters notes on Vacuum Tube Substitutions, Inexpensive Tube Power Supply, Grid-Leak Detectors, Regenerative Receiver and more! Vacuum tubes are to the electronics industry what steam locomotives are to the railroading industry: hot, inefficient maintenance headaches. But like a steam locomotive, a tube has a simple fascinating charm that no high-tech chip can match. You must try building a simple radio with tubes!
This Second Handbook complements the original Practical Radio Repair Handbook and provides additional information including DIY Projects. Other subjects include: Supplies Chemicals Shop Setup Special Tools Test Adapters Test Equipment Documentation Find the first volume here.
By Philip N. Anderson A practical how-to" book of crystal radio construction. Contains a simple oat box projectformulas for coil inductance and coil Qa procedure for measuring coil capacitance and theory for L-C circuit matching. 130 pages0.5 lb5.25" x 8.25".