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    Radio Electronics. SAMUEL SEELY, Ph.D. Department of Electrical Engineering. Case Institute of Technology. McGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY, INC. Ryder •. Engineering Electronics. Seely Electromagnetic Engineering. Seely • Electron-tube Circuits. Seely Electronic Engineering. Seely •. Radio Electronics. Radio-Electronics was an American electronics magazine that was published under various titles from to Hugo Gernsback.

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    Radio Electronics Magazine 16 Radio Electronics/Radio- Electronics · 17 Radio Electronics/Radio-Electronics Radio and Electronics. Cookbook. Edited by. Dr George Brown, CEng, FIEE, M5ACN. OXFORD AUCKLAND BOSTON JOHANNESBURG MELBOURNE NEW . Here is a collection of most Radio Electronics Magazines between the years of I have been going through them and have found a.

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    Full sets of curves are provided for 35 different tube types. Many thanks to Robb Legg, who did all the digitization work, including OCR and reproducing the graphs - a tremendous amount of work! Covers tube theory, tuned and un-tuned amplifiers, oscillators, and power supplies. Some nice details about tube-based voltage regulator circuits, and sections on electronic computing circuits, relaxation oscillators and sweep circuits you won't find in the other texts.

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    I think this book has nearly everything you need to know to design and build tubes. Beware, the PDF file is over megabytes! Don't even try it on dialup A collection of technical papers from RCA, covering the period from through Nearly pages of technical papers, covering such topics as "Thin-film emission" and the famous O. Shade "Beam Power Tubes". Seachable DJVU file 7. A continuation of above, a collection of technical papers from RCA, covering the period from through Guntherschulze, , pages - Courtesy of an anonymous donor A translation of an older German text on rectifier tubes.

    McArthur, , pages - Courtesy of anonymous donor A fairly early, concise treatment of the theory of vacuum tubes. Not a lot of math, basic info on circuits.

    Discusses tube life, tube ratings, protection, and other similar topics. Getting the Most Out of Vacuum Tubes , Robert Tomer, , pages - Courtesy of John Atwood This book addresses the "Types and causes of failures, what to expect from tubes, testing methods, and all about tube maintenance programs".

    Quite interesting, this book covers material I've not seen comprehensively discussed elsewhere, like failure mechanisms, what makes a "premium" tube special, etc. Describes graphical design methods for tube circuits as opposed to equation-based design. Sections on reactive loads and balanced amplifiers that discuss topics not seen in many other texts.

    I wish I could read Dutch. This book by Philips appears to be a nice thorough treatment of how vacuum tubes work, how they are built, and how they are applied in radio circuits. Gernsback said after the hearing that his new magazines would be Radio Craft, Science Wonder Stories and Air Wonder Stories and that the first issues would be out in June.

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    The paper shortages during World War II were even more difficult for magazines. Gernsback had to merge Radio and Television into Radio-Craft.

    A few months were combined such as the January—February and the August—September issues. The material shortages eased and the growing electronics industry during the war led to more advertisers and readers. Gernsback felt his Radio-Craft magazine needed a new name; it should be short and contain the word "Television".


    When the staff could not decide on a name, they sent a survey to readers with 13 proposed names. Gernsback accepted his reader's verdict and used the title that did not use the magic word of the period.

    Radio-Electronics appeared as a subtitle in early and became the primary title in October The transistor would not become dominant until the s. A typical television would have a dozen vacuum tubes and one or more would fail each year.

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