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December 1931 QST
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December 1931 QST

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Wax nostalgic about and learn from the history of early electronics. See articles from ARRL's QST, published December 1915 - present. All copyrights hereby acknowledged.

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December 1931

Vol. XV, Number 12

 

De Forest Radio Company Advertisement 1
Leeds Advertisement - "The Home of RADIO" 6
Editorial - Origin of Ham, by Kenneth B. Warner 9
An Old Spark Soliloquizes, by Earnest Sinclair Hook, W3IY 24
Improving the Receiver Using a Screen-Grid Coupling Stage, by Howard R. Cassler 29

In the Field with IPH, by Bertram Sandham

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Experimenter's Section - A Winding Machine for Spaced-Turn Chokes, by W. H. Heathcote 37
Amateur Radio Stations - VE2CP, by John Stadler, VE2AP 39
Allen-Bradley Resistors Advertisement 59

 

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