It's the exceptions that make us what we are, not the rules.
Monday, October 12, 2009
This is the last of the NRI booklets It is the largest at 37 pages and it is jam-packed with details on those old obsolete receivers of the 1940s. It is titled "Broadcast all-wave and television super heterodyne receiver principles." It's a little hefty. All the more interesting now in the sunset of analog TV broadcasting to read about what we just lost.
Sections about short-wave, and broadcast are equally interesting.
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