RADIO NEWS (Feb. 1929, Vol. 10, #8) Radio & Television Magazine
Vol. 10, No. 8
(Radio's Greatest Magazine). Edited by Hugo Gernsbeck, Experimenter Publishing Co., New York, 1929.
Over 200 illustrations
Radio prospecting is the adventurous theme for this issue. The feature article explains a system then in use, which apparently had some ability to detect large bodies of metallic ore near the earth's surface.
Other interesting articles in this issue:
- The Short-Wave Fan, by Hugo Gernsback
- Electrostatic Speakers Enter the Radio Field
- Condensers and Their Use in Radio
- Outdoor and Indoor Aerials—How Their Signal Pick-Up Qualities Differ
- Radio Tubes and Their Characteristics
- The "Copperclad Special"—A Short-Wave Receiver de Luxe (construction)
- A 250-Type Amplifier and Power Pack (construction)
- Hints on Operation for the Short-Wave Beginner
- Constructing a Modulated Oscillator (construction)
- A Flexible Nine-Tube Superheterodyne (construction)
- Making Good Use of "B"-Battery By-Products
Color illustrated cover. Inch tear at the cover top with small tears at the spine edge and a top corner crease. Scarce illustrated softcover magazine with 705-800 pp. Early television and radio magazine.