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Items of interest to builders and experimenters
Projects and Gadgets
Kickoff Edition
A message from our President, Jim Powell
    and an article on wood cabinet refinishing by Mark Palmquist
Uses a TTL clock chip and 2 transistors
A continuation of an article by Mark Palmquist and 
an article on early frequency measurement by
Jim Del Principe
Interesting applications
Design by Ben Ward
Design by Reed, W2CQH
Would you believe this was done in 1907?
Third installment (3/3) of the article by Mark
President’s message, technique for replacing
caps and resistors by Aries and a new section:
My Favorite Radio, by Lloyd Tate.
Paul Hart’s presentation on tube testers
This edition opens with an inspirational message 
from our President, Jim Powell. Next, our roving
reporter, Jim Milholland, tells us about radio news
from the Big Apple. Last but certainly not least, our 
own Newsletter Editor, Lloyd Tate, writes a fine tech 
article on how to recreate that AA5 loop antenna.
The Summer newsletter opens with a message
from our President, Jim Powell and includes an article on 
“Transition from Wavelength to Frequency”.
The Fall Newsletter begins with a note of thanks to our outgoing
President, Jim Powell and a heardy thanks to our new President,
Reed Fisher.
Highlights include cabinet refinishing by Dwight and
Memorable Radio Projects by Lloyd.