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Volume14, Number 1

Vol. 14, No. 1

A celebration of the addition of an LRS Relay and ita AEG amplifier to the museum of the University of Electro_Communications in Chofu City, Tokyo. The celebrents are, left to right, Hisashi Ohtsuka (who assembled the collection), Prof. Yukawa (museum curator, Bengt Svensson (who played a mojor role in having the LRS transferred from the...

Volume14, Number 3

Vol. 14, No. 3

A classically styled promotion poster for the Italian tube maker Zenith, with Factory located in Monza. Beginning about 1929, it made a line of European and American- designed receiving tubes. The original art is 10″ by 15-1/2″. It has been reproduced as a lithograph on steel and in a book on old-time posters.   In...

Volume14, Number 4

Vol. 14, No. 4

“Cut-away view of a special-quality double triode wth frame-grid construction (E88CC)”, from a Philips promotion for premium “10,000-hour” tubes. The US version is the 6922, a cousin of the 6DJ8 TV-tuner tube now highly respected as an audio type.   In this issue

Volume14, Number 5

Vol. 14, No. 5

Joe Knight showing Jim McConville his official replica of the Lieban-Reiss-Strauss (LRS) Relay, made by Siemans & Haiske, at the TCA meeting in October, The carton is emblazoned with warnings like “Achtung! Vorsichtig Behandeln. Attention! Manier avec soin”   In this issue

Volume14, Number 6

Vol. 14, No. 6

The Philips TBL6-4000 air-colled triode for industrial RF heaters, rated for continuous dissipation of 1.3 kW. Its “EIA identity is 7753, as registered by Amperex in 1960. From J. Haanjes and H. Carter, Classificatio of Electron Tubes, 2nd edition (New York, Macmillan, 1962), courtesy Bro. Patrick Dowd.   In this issue