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  • Manufacture of piezoelectric crystals - 1943

    Great film about the manufacture of crystals for the Signal Corps during WWII by Reeves Sound Laboratories:

    duncanancy 3 days ago
  • W1SZ / W4SZ

    Hi fellows, After a big mix-up, I am looking for a callbook listing for: Clark C. Rodimon W1SZ or W4SZ managing editor for QST magazine in the 1930's.

    4 days ago
  • Re: Callbook look - up

    He was likely a motorolan they invented such fuses. Karl  do a google on his call. Also search qst archives on pc . Maybe he wrote something or ewon a

    wa2kbz 4 days ago
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This e-mail reflector is for ANYONE interested in Collecting and or Preserving the history of Electronic Communications gear. This includes everything from Telegraph, Spark, Early tube type radios, Military & Commercial, Broadcast receivers for home use, to Transistor radios.




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It is owned and managed by Ron Lawrence W4ROn as a service to the
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