The Vintage Radio & Wireless Telegraph book collection is a group of 17 books that detail the history, design and assembly of early radio and wireless telegraph equipment. Many of the books are illustrated with detailed diagrams, assembly instructions and the science behind radio technology and broadcast. These books are an excellent resource for vintage radio and telegraph hobbyists.
The books in this collection are:
- Practical Radio (1922) - Williams, Henry Smith - 438 pages
- The book of wireless telegraph and telephone : being a clear description of wireless telegraph and telephone sets and how to make and operate them, together with a simple explanation of how wireless works (1922) - Collins, A. Frederick (Archie Frederick) - 256 pages
- Radio Electronics (1956) - Seely, Samuel - 493 pages
- Practical Radio Communication (1943) - Nilson, Arthur Reinhold - 980 pages
- The Complete Radio Book, 1922 (1922) - Yates, Raymond F. (Raymond Francis) - 398 pages
- Principles And Practice Of Radio Servicing (1943) - Hicks, Herbert J. - 415 pages
- The wireless experimenter's manual, incorporating How to conduct a radio club, describes parliamentary procedure in the formation of a radio club, the design of wireless transmitting and receiving apparatus, long distance receiving sets, vacuum tube amplifiers, radio telegraph and telephone sets, the tuning and calibration of transmitters and receivers, general radio measurements and many other features (1920) - Bucher, Elmer Eustice - 376 pages
- Modern radio reception (1928) - Leutz, Charles Roland - 392 pages
- The A B C of vacuum tubes in radio reception; an elementary and practical book on the theory and operation of vacuum tubes as detectors and amplifiers. Explains non-mathematically the fundamental principles upon which all vacuum tube circuits are based. Includes practical circuits and practical questions and answers. It is written especially for the beginner. All electrical and radio terms are fully explained (1922) - Lewis, Elmer Hugh - 140 pages
- How To Service Radios With An Oscilloscope (1950) - 75 pages
- Practical wireless telegraphy; a complete text book for students of radio communication (1917) - Bucher, Elmer Eustice - 359 pages
- How to make a wireless set (1911) - Moreton, David Penn - 100 pages
- Wireless telegraphy; a handbook for the use of operators and students (1914) - Marchant, William Henry - 271 pages
- Vacuum tubes in wireless communication, a practical text book for operators and experimenters (1919) - Bucher, Elmer Eustic - 230 pages
- Radio simplified; what it is--how to build and operate the apparatus (1923) - Kendall, Lewis F. - 314 pages
- Manual Of Radio Telegraphy For Radio Operators Using Federal Arc Radio Transmitting Equipment (1920) - 122 pages
- American telegraphy and encyclopedia of the telegraph: systems, apparatus, operation. Embracing electrical testing; primary and storage batteries; dynamo machines; Morse, duplex, quadruplex, multiplex, submarine, automatic, and wireless telegraphy; burglar-alarm, fire-alarm, and police-alarm telegraphy; printing telegraphy; military and naval signaling; railway block systems; telegraph wire, cables, and conduits; etc. (1903) - Maver, William, jr - 680 pages
Here are some page images from a few of the books so you can see some of the typical contents of the volumes.
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