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Re: WWV

Yes, I keep thinking itÆs all propagation. BD ... Yes, I keep thinking itÆs all propagation. BD On Aug 4, 2017, at 6:10 AM, Don Way don358@...
Duke And Rat
Aug 5
#1980
 
1979

Re: WWV

HF ham-band conditions haven't been very good  in past few months.  dw From: "Duke And Rat dukenrat@... [antiqueradios]"
Don Way
Aug 4
#1979
 
1978

Re: WWV

IÆm noticing here in Santa Rosa that 10Mhz appears to be pretty weak. I donÆt know how long itÆs been that way. BD ... IÆm noticing here in Santa Rosa that
Duke And Rat
Aug 3
#1978
 
1977

Re: WWV

Interesting! Wonder if itÆs directing planes? Once I was listening to LAX travelers info (540Khz?) and all of a sudden, the 50Æs Highway Patrol TV Show theme
Duke And Rat
Aug 3
#1977
 
1976

Re: WWV

Speaking of WWV, does anyone know if they reduced their power since the 1970s-1980s? I believe that I used to be able to clearly hear the voice and ticks, and
Tim Reimers KA4LFP
Aug 3
#1976
 
1975

Re: WWV

I remember when I was a kid back in the '50s, hearing an FM station around 46 MHz (using slope detection) which broadcast "Air Page Long Beach " followed by
Don Way
Aug 3
#1975
 
1974

WWV

At last! I found a shortwave station thatÆs more boring than WWV: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wcv_cGLjxCY Story is here:
Duke And Rat
Aug 3
#1974
 
1973

Re: Schematic Needed For A Cointrola Pay Radio [2 Attachments]

Thanks for the pictures!  OK, from what I can tell at first glance: - Loop antenna goes directly into 6SA7 mixer stage (there's apparently no RF stage).
Don Way
Jul 12
#1973
 
1972

Re: Schematic Needed For A Cointrola Pay Radio [4 Attachments]

Hi Don, You have answered several questions, and cleared a misconception. Attached is a close-up of the innards. The reason why I thought the 6SA7 was a
lionelguy
Jul 12
#1972
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1971

Re: Schematic Needed For A Cointrola Pay Radio

I worked on a newer version many years ago. It had a pilow speaker and a pot in the back to limit the amount of audio. DonÆt remember the make, but it was a
Duke And Rat
Jul 11
#1971
 
1970

Re: Schematic Needed For A Cointrola Pay Radio [4 Attachments]

Sounds like you might have something like an "all-American 6" radio,  because it seems to have a tuned-RF stage, followed by a mixer, IF stage, detector, and
Don Way
Jul 11
#1970
 
1969

Re: Schematic Needed For A Cointrola Pay Radio [2 Attachments]

Hi Don,  Thank you. Here is additional info. I received a similar schematic (sketchy) of a Packard Bell Model 66 (attached) from the Antique Radio Forum
Lionelguy
Jul 11
#1969
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1968

Re: Schematic Needed For A Cointrola Pay Radio [2 Attachments]

No schematic, but some very sketchy info on Cointrola: 1.  Radio Attic's Archives-Western Radio (Westrad) Cointrola (manufacturer of Cointrola products?):
    Don Way
    Jul 10
    #1968
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    1967

    Schematic Needed For A Cointrola Pay Radio

    I am seeking a schematic for this 6 tube mid 1930's radio. The tubes compliment is 6A7, 2-6D6, 76, 41, and 80. The closest schematic I came across is for a
    lionelguy
    Jul 9
    #1967
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    1966

    Re: SCARS Burbank Swap Meet Pix

    Thanks for getting the pictures up Scott. From: "relayer@... [antiqueradios]" To: antiqueradios@yahoogroups.com Sent:
    Mike Simpson
    Jul 7
    #1966
     
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