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Volume13, Number 2

Vol. 13, No. 2

Inspired by February’s “Tunggram Radio” ad, Abel Santoro senrt in this advertisement, clearly from the Hungarian arm of the company, for tungsram-filament light emitting monodes.   In this issue

Volume13, Number 3

Vol. 13, No. 3

A continuous oven for baking-out TV picture tubes before exhausting, sealing-off, and getter-firing, at the Fabbrica Italiana Valvole Radio-Elettriche (FIVRE), ca 1957. Photo: Giuseppe Vulpetti.   In this issue

Volume13, Number 4

Vol. 13, No. 4

Massive “Club 30” TV receiver “designed for use in public places, such as schools, clubs, hospitals, and resturants” (gin mills not mentioned) using the big new 308P4 picture tube. Adapted from the July 1950 issue of the Du Mont Raster. Photo: Wm. Wade, Jr.   In this issue

Volume13, Number 5

Vol. 13, No. 5

Oldie transmitter assembled by Andrew Burge, G6ALB using the massive GM100 tube. It has the rig of “using a platoon of Marines to do a boy’s job” but who’s counting? Other construction projects are documenting on Image copyright @2011 Andrew J. Burge, used by permission.   In this issue

Volume13, Number 6

Vol. 13, No. 6

“Dan’s Used Curve-Tracer Lot” -Daniel Schoo, perhaps better known for herioc radio restorations in the pages of Antique Radio Classified, now appears in our pages with a feature on adapting tracers intended for solid-state devices to use with tubes. Photo: Daniel Schoo.   In this issue