Old Time Radios! Restoration and Repair

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McGraw-Hill, 1991 - Antiques & Collectibles - 256 pages
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Traces the history of radio receivers, explains how vacuum tubes, power-supply circuits, and AM detectors work, and offers advice on troubleshooting and repair techniques

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Contents

Vacuum tube radios
18
Vacuum tubeshow they work
29
The basics
56
Copyright

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Joseph J. Carr was a leading electronics author who has written scores of well-reviewed books and technical articles. An electrical engineer and experienced electronics bench technician with CET and CCE certifications, Carr is a former winner of ISCET's Technician of the Year award. Also a columnist for several prestigious publications, including Nuts & Volts, Carr's other best-selling books include DC Power Supplies: A Technician's Guide; Practical Antenna Handbook, Second Edition; Mastering IC Electronics; and Old Time Radios!

Joseph J. Carr is a leading electronics author who has written scores of well-reviewed books and technical articles. An electrical engineer and experienced electronics bench technician with CET and CCE certifications, Carr is a former winner of ISCET's Technician of the Year award. Also a columnist for several prestigious publications, including Nuts 'n' Volts, Carr's other best-selling books include DC Power Supplies: A Technician's Guide; Practical Antenna Handbook, Second Edition; Mastering IC Electronics; and Old Time Radios!

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