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March 1930 Radio News
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March 1930 Radio News

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Wax nostalgic about and learn from the history of early electronics. See articles from Radio & Television News, published 1919 - 1959. All copyrights hereby acknowledged.

 

March 1930

Vol. XI, No. 9

 

The Broadcasting Goose, by Arthur H. Lynch 782
A Radio Dream Come True, by Senatore Guglielmo Marconi 784
Solving a Broadcaster's Dilemma, by C. S. Gleason 791
How My Radio Helped Me Break the Transcontinental Air Record, by Capt. Frank M. Hawks 797
A New Tool for the Serviceman, by Joseph Heller 806
Television Forges Ahead, by Kenneth A. Hathaway 816
A New Arm of the Law, by Ralph L. Peters 826
This Chart and a Ruler Will Give You All You Need to Know About Coil Design, by W. Bruce Ross 831
Radio News Information Sheets, by Elmore B. Lyford 834-836
Scott Transformer Company Advertisement 857

 

March 1930 Radio News Table of Contents - RF Cafe

 

 

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