ER #185, October 2004

Out of stock


Issue Contents

0W7MD,Photographs of Hams
2Stancor 100-MB Band Switching Transmitter, TheTeeters,Transmitters
8Drake 2-B… One More TimeLucas,Modifications
10British Army Wireless Sender No. 53, TheMorriss,Military
16Vintage Field Day Reports June, 2004Brown,Contests
17KO6NMJennings,Photographs of Hams
17W6GYJennings,Photographs of Hams
18N6CC,Photographs of Hams
18W7QHO,Photographs of Hams
19W3BYM,Photographs of Hams
19W3MTG,Photographs of Hams
19WA3FFC,Photographs of Hams
19WC3E,Photographs of Hams
19WN3B,Photographs of Hams
20W0FD,Photographs of Hams
20WA0GAG,Photographs of Hams
22K1VV (In 1957),Photographs of Hams
24W4CKH,Photographs of Hams
251-Tube K6DPZ 6AQ5 Transceiver UpdateGuretzky,Construction
26Restoration of my BC-610E, The (Part 1)Feldmann,Collecting/Repair/Restoration
35WA1HUD,Photographs of Hams
36The Restoration Corner - Dynamic Microphone Troubleshooting TipsMarcellino,Collecting/Repair/Restoration
37W1AW de W9BSP, After 62 Years the Magic ReturnsRosine,Companies and Individuals
38W9BSP (Vintage),Photographs of Hams
38W9UA (Vintage),Photographs of Hams
40Versatile PTT for Vintage Transmitters, ALyon,Construction
42W. J. Halligan, Newspaper Reporter and the State of Radio, 1923-1924 (Part 5F)Grinder,Companies and Individuals


October, 2004 Electric Radio #185

Additional information

Weight3.4 oz
Dimensions9 × 6 × .25 in