THE RADIO ANTENNA HANDBOOK 1936
THE "RADIO" ANTENNA HANDBOOK Above is shown the unusual 75 meter beam antenna of W9PZ. It is "aimed" merely by punching the proper push-button at the operating position inside the station. The vertical duraluminum poles are the 1/4 wave vertical antennas. The wcx)d poles in the foreground support the transmission line and the control wires.[PDF]
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ANTENNA HANDBOOK Rato, December, 1936, no. 214. Published monthly except August and September by Radio. Ltd., 7460 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif. By subscription, $2 yearly in U.S.A. Entered as second -class matter February 6, 1936, at the postoffice at Los Angeles, Calif., under the Act of Match 3, 1879. e3
Regenerative receiver from the 1936 ARRL Handbook - The
Jun 11, 2010Re: Regenerative receiver from the 1936 ARRL Handbook. C1 and C2 are the band set capacitors and are 100 pf units. C3 and C4 are ganged and are the bandspread capacitors. They are probably about 20 pf. And no, I don't have a way to properly ground the antenna input from where my radio table is--the cold water pipe is on the opposite side of the basement.
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