Radio Craft, and Popular Electronics, Incorporating Short Wave Craft, Television News, Radio and Television, July 1945, Volume XVI, No. 10 - Alex Schomburg Cover Art


Pages 539-610. Features: Cover art by Alex Schomburg supports the 7th War loan to 'finish the Nips'; Prescient Editorial entitled "Radio-Light' says "We are still at thevery beginning of the radio and electronic arts. The greatest and undreamt of applications lie as yet in the future. There is sttill much unknown territory in the electromagnetic spectrum which holds out great promist."; Air Radio Mechanic - a great career opportunity;; Television and the Amateur; No Selectivity in This Radio - the Panoramoscope; Motorola Handie-Talkie; "Photopulse"; FM U.H.F. Converter for Pre-War Radios; Cathode-Ray Photo Tests; Handie and Walkie Combat Portables; Tuning on the U.H.F.; Cathode Followers; Disc-Seal Tubes; Broadcast Equipment, Part IX; An Electronic "Omnichecker," Part I; Condensers; Re-activator Saves Tubes; Non-Priority Code Recorder; 32-Volt Receiver for Small Plants; Fixed -Bias Voltage Supply; Carry-Around Receiver; Cylinders for Better Sound. Nice one-page Echophone ad features illustration of scantily-clad young lady; One-page Radio Corporation of America (RCA) ad includes inset photo of Dr. V.K. Zworykin and E.W. Engstrom examining an Iconoscope or television "eye"; Photo-illustrated Meissner Manufacturing ad says "There' no let down in Mt. Carmel (Illinois); Interference-free Fluorescent Installation at World Broadcasting System studio in New York; Great photo-illustrated letter from George Coffee of Providence, R.I. shows his wife using a Talkie-Backie (car phone). Nice photo-illustrated ad on back cover for Galvin Manufacturing illustrates California's use of Motorola Radiotelephone F-M (FM) units and Motorola Radio automatic relay stations by the California Highway Patrol. Average wear. Writing atop front cover. World-Wide Station list has been clipped from page 570 and is not included. 1/4 of page 601 has been removed, otherwise a worthy vintage copy.

Title: Radio Craft, and Popular Electronics, Incorporating Short Wave Craft, Television News, Radio and Television, July 1945, Volume XVI, No. 10 - Alex Schomburg Cover Art

Author Name: Gernsback, H.; Lewis, R.; Schwab, L.Jr.; Queen, I.; Thomas, E.; Carlson, O.; Kearney, J.; Hoefler, D.; Altomare, R.; Hagen, L.; King, J.; Alben, M.; Melvin, B.; Embree, B.; Davis, F.; Bohr, E.Rhita, N.; et al

Categories: Science & Technology, Military, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Springfield MA, USA, Radcraft Publications Inc.: 1945

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 301G3787

Keywords: Radio Craft, and Popular Electronics, Incorporating Short Wave Craft, Television News, Radio and Television, July 1945, Volume XVI, No. 10 - Alex Schomburg Cover Art Cover art by Alex Schomburg supports the 7th War loan to 'finish the Nips'; Prescient Editorial entitled "Radio-Light' says "We are still at thevery beginning of the radio and electronic arts. The greatest and undreamt of applications lie as yet in the future. There is sttill much unknown territory in the electromagnetic spectrum which holds out great promist."; Air Radio Mechanic - a great career opportunity;; Television and the Amateur; No Selectivity in This Radio - the Panoramoscope; Motorola Handie-Talkie; "Photopulse"; FM U.H.F. Converter for Pre-War Radios; Cathode-Ray Photo Tests; Handie and Walkie Combat Portables; Tuning on the U.H.F.; Cathode Followers; Disc-Seal Tubes; Broadcast Equipment, Part IX; An Electronic "Omnichecker, " Part I; Condensers; Re-activator Saves Tubes; Non-Priority Code Recorder; 32-Volt Receiver for Small Plants; Fixed -Bias Voltage Supply; Carry-Around Receiver; Cylinders for Better Sound. Nice one-page Echophone ad features illustration of scantily-clad young lady; One-page Radio Corporation of America (RCA) ad includes inset photo of Dr. V.K. Zworykin and E.W. Engstrom examining an Iconoscope or television "eye"; Photo-illustrated Meissner Manufacturing ad says "There' no let down in Mt. Carmel (Illinois); Interference-free Fluorescent Installation at World Broadcasting System studio in New York; Great photo-illustrated letter from George Coffee of Providence, R.I. shows his wife using a Talkie-Backie (car phone). Nice photo-illustrated ad on back cover for Galvin Manufacturing illustrates California's use of Motorola Radiotelephone F-M (FM) units and Motorola Radio automatic relay stations by the California Highway Patrol.,