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September 1945 Radio-Craft
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September 1945 Radio-Craft

September 1945 Radio Craft Cover - RF Cafe[Table of Contents]

Wax nostalgic about and learn from the history of early electronics. See articles from Radio-Craft, published 1929 - 1953. All copyrights are hereby acknowledged.


September 1945
Vol. XVI, No. 12


de Forest's Syncro-Graphic Training Ad 757
Sylvania News Radio Service Edition 758
National Schools Radio Television & Electronics Training Ad 759
Editorial: The New Radio Receivers, by Hugo Gernsback 761
Radio-Electronics Monthly Review 762
Making Wartime Engineers, by Dr. K. R. Sturley 768
A Decibel Nomograph, by Nathaniel Rhita 769
Radios Serviced by Observation, by Lyle Treakle 770
Beware! The Serviceman!, by E.A. Witten 774
Detector Circuits, Part II,  Robert F. Scott 776
Comics 784,
Radio-Craft Sought by Nazi Spies 793
Civilian-Military Service Station 800


September 1945 Radio Craft Table of Contents - RF Cafe



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