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December 1931 / January 1932 Short Wave Craft
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Dec. 1931 / Jan. 1932 Short Wave Craft

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Wax nostalgic about and learn from the history of early electronics. See articles from Short Wave Craft, published 1930 - 1936. All copyrights hereby acknowledged.

 

December 1931 / January 1932

Vol. II, No. 4

 

Planes Can Land in Fog! Thanks to Short Waves, by Lieut. Myron F. Eddy 249
How Are Shortwaves Propagated?, by F. Bödigheimer 266
How Many Microhenrys in That Coil?, by James K. Clapp 272
The Propagation of Short Waves, by Robert Meyer 274

 

December 1931 / January 1932 Short Wave Craft Table of Contents - RF Cafe

 

 

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