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We depend on our readers to supply material for Electric Radio. Our reader’s interest is in articles that pertain to vintage amateur or shortwave equipment, with an emphasis on traditional AM, but articles on CW and SSB are also needed. Photos of hams in their  radio shacks are always appreciated. We invite those interested in writing for Electric Radio to write, call, or E-Mail the editor. Electric Radio wishes to thank all of our regular contributors for their fine work.

The new November 2019 issue #366 was mailed November 7th!
Expect about 3-4 days for 1st class delivery and up to 3 weeks for Periodicals-class delivery.

What's in the ER #366, November 2019 Issue:
Article Author
The SX-71 from Berryville Tom Marcellino, W3BYM
The Lyon Connection, Part 2 Mike Murphy, WU2D
The Men Who Have Made Radio: G.W. Pickard A Radio Craft Reprint by Gary Halverson,
An ALC Box for Transmitter Control Jeff Covelli, WA8SAJ
Vintage Nets ER Readers,
EFJ Viking Desk KW Gets a Picture Window! Joe Eide, KB9R
Low-End AC/DC Receivers with a "Hot Chassis" George Misic, KE8RN
Lafayette KT-200 Receiver Transformer Replacement Tom Lewis, N4TL
Safety First! (Electrical Wiring Safety) Ed Richards, K6UUZ
Classified Advertising ER Readers,

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