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construction and test of a high quality, moderate sensitivity, push-pull radio receiver.

Nazzareno Peter Cedrone

construction and test of a high quality, moderate sensitivity, push-pull radio receiver.

by Nazzareno Peter Cedrone

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Construction and test of a high quality, moderate sensitivity, push-pull radio receiver by Nazzareno Peter Cedrone Download PDF EPUB FB2

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RADIO TUBES STEP AHEAD. TYPE T The new DEPENDABLE PENTODE achieves extraordinary moderate sensitivity by combining extremely high amplifica- tion and power output.

TYPE T Push -Pull Drivers, Part Ill Construction (Pages 63 ) High -Quality AM Tuner A Multi- purpose Audio Amplifier Theory and Engineering (Page 66) Electricity from Atoms New Design (Pages 78 ) Automatic Headlamp Control New Tubes Amateur (Pages 88 ) Short -wave Regenerator Lee Robinson General Manager John J.

Lamson. The radio Circuit Sheets in the Sets a r e designed on a p r o g moderate sensitivity e s s i v e basis starting with simple diode detector circuits and leading on through various forms of amplification to reflex circuits and ultimately to high quality s i x - t r a n s i s t o r superheterodyne circuits with push-pull.

This is a list of vacuum tubes or thermionic valves, and low-pressure gas-filled tubes, or discharge the advent of semiconductor devices, thousands of tube types were used in consumer electronics. Many industrial, military or otherwise professional tubes were also produced.

Only a few types are still used today, mainly in high-power, high-frequency applications. This isn't a class A/B push-pull amp, it's class A. It also has quality transformers and while not a shiny STlike finish, it is a brushed aluminum that is actually rather nice.

At the current price, I was expecting to have to re-tube the amplifier to get it to sound good but again, a pleasant surprise.3/5(7). This example is similar to how the test is applied in practice. A low frequency of 60 Hz is applied to the amplifier under test, along with a high test frequency of Hz (Metzler, ).

The amplitude of the low frequency is applied at a level four times higher than that of the high by: 9. Radio Boulevard Western Historic Radio Museum. RACAL British High-Performance Receivers RA and RA RACAL Company History, RA and the Wadley Loop RA Mark II, RA Mark III, RAC, List of RA Versions RA, RA USA-built version, List of RA Versions Receiver Set-up and Operation Hints, Performance Expectations.

Clearly the radio was a very high quality and early model but my research was in vain. It is a full sized cathedral radio and the electronics were patented by RCA during the Armstrong patent era. My tech offered the chassis resembled those made by the Chicago, IL, based RPC.

RPC made many radios for other companies and especially house brands. Though the 75A-1 is a design, the receiver's performance is a pleasant surprise - more like a receiver from the s with impressive stability, dial accuracy, sensitivity and selectivity. The 75A-1 is a first-class receiver for a vintage ham station with performance that is still competitive, even on 10 meters.

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Sensitivity: The ICF is about as sensitive on shortwave as the G, even a bit more sensitive under certain conditions, but read on.(The G was tested with the same batteries once, made no real difference vs.

the rechargeables it normally uses.) Could get Radio Australia on quite listenably shortly after z on when the same signal was still stuck in the mud on the. The Classic Archives: Shed & Gazebo Plans, Vintage Books, Magazines, Comics on DVD General Radio Experimenter Manuals books Ham Crystal Wireless Set DVD [CA-B62] - General Radio Company (later, GenRad) was a broad-line manufacturer of electronic test equipment.

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Started in Cambridge, Massachusetts in by Melville Eastham, the company moved to West Concord in the Rating: % positive. The electromagnetic susceptibility to third-order intermodulation (IM3) of radio-frequency (RF) receiver front-ends is studied.

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High fidelity—or hi-fi or hifi—reproduction is a term used by home stereo listeners, audiophiles and home audio enthusiasts to refer to high-quality reproduction of sound to distinguish it from the lower quality sound produced by inexpensive audio equipment, or the inferior quality of sound reproduction that can be heard in recordings made until the late s.

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In fact. THAT "READY FOR TELEVISION" BUSINESS tryin Page Course in for DECEMBER, Oldest, largest Badln- Television school in West trains you for good pay job. A great article utilizing and augmenting on this technique receivers is by Jacob Makhinson, N6NWP in QST magazine for Feb with "A High Dynamic Range MF/HF Receiver Front End".

Makhinson arranged 2 in push-pull to obtain excellent results. Obtain a backissue of QST for closer study. The Venere’s crossover point is set at 2kHz, and sensitivity is a relatively low 85dB, a predictable trade-off for a speaker of modest internal volume that is expected to produce authentic bass.

*not measured To calculate cumulative NF and cumulative input intercept, please look at Chapter 4, "Receiver Design", in W E. Sabin and E. 0. Schoenike, Single Sideband Systems & Circuits, 2nd Ed., MeGraw Hill, now also "HF Radio System & Circuits" ARRL laboratory test 16 have reported about the good performance of the Elecraft K2 receiver with respect to 5 kHz spacing, two-tone IMD test.Proc.

SPIEInternational Conference on Optical and Photonic Engineering (icOPEN ), (27 July ); doi: /SAW-less analog front-end receivers for TDD and FDD Article in IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits 48(12) December with Reads How we measure 'reads'.