A Beginner's Guide To Radio - 28 Vintage Lessons - Cd For Sale
Up for sale in CD-ROM format is that classic hard-to-find bookentitled "A Beginner's Guide to Radio" (1966, 166 pages).
Specially planned for teachers and students, this elementary first course in radio transmission and reception, written in simple language which the very beginner will understand, approaches the subject from a new angle. The student is taught how to build simple receivers and the theory and function of each part is explained as the student builds.
1. Understanding the Circuit 2. Converting the One-Valver into a Two-Valver 3. Adding a Further Low-Frequency Stage 4. The Purpose of Grid Bias 5. Automatic Bias 6. The Purpose of Decoupling 7. Adding Tone Control 8. Ohm's Law 9. About Meters 10. Testing Without Instruments 11. About Inductance 12. Inductance and Capacity 13. Condensers Explained 14. The Electrolytic Condenser 15. The Superhet 16. Radio Transmission 17. About Electric Current 18. The Detector Valve 19. Methods of Coupling Valves 20. The Transformer and Output Stage 21. Reading a Circuit 22. Using Testing Instruments 23. The Characteristic Curve 24. The Loudspeaker 25. Mains Valves 26. Rectifiers, Chokes and Smoothing 27. Accumulators 28. The Transistors Abbreviations Useful Tables Index
If you are new to vintage radio servicing then this book is for you!!!
The originalbook was scanned at a resolution of 300 dpi and converted into this digital book in Adobe Acrobat .pdf format.
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