RADIO RECEIVER SERVICING 1959
PREFACE TO SECOND EDITION - americanradiohistory
the service technician from a possible fatal shock when he is working on hot-chassis receivers certainly makes it a must for the service shop. It will be found that when such a receiver is isolated from the line, the signal-generator and meter connections can be made to the set without observing the special precautions and hum-reducing
Radio receiver servicing. (Book, 1959) [WorldCat]
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The Superheterodyne Book - Antique Radio Servicing - West
"The Superheterodyne Book – All About Superheterodynes – How They Work, How To Build and Service Them" by Clyde Fitch, 4th Edition, 1940, 68 pages, Radcraft Publications. This book was prepared to present in simple and clear terms as possible the theory, design and construction of Superheterodyne receivers.
Links to Old Radio Frequency Books - Archive Collection
The Radio Handbook - (1959) - Editors and Engineering 15th edition; Radio Radio Receivers (1958) - Department of the Air Force; Radio Receiver Design - Part 1 - (1945) - K.Rley Radio Receiver Design - Part 2 - (1945) - K.Rley; Radio Telegraphy Servicing Superheterodynes (1934) - Jr; A Handbook of Electrical