The Dream of the West, Part IV, The Amazing Radio

eBook (PDF), 368 Pages
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This book is a history of the men and the science that led to the development of the transistor radio. It begins with Charles Augustin de Coulomb and ends with Bardeen, Shockley and Bratain, who developed the transistor. It examines the major scientic advances in magnetism and electro-magnetism, electricity and and electrical components, like the capacitor, tarnsformer, resistor, inductance and transistor. It looks at the develpment of the radio itself, and the remarkable contributions of men like Edwin H. Armstrong, who develped the regenerative radio, the superheterodyne receiver and the system of FM transmission and reception. It also examines some of the educational hobby kits that are availbale in this field.
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First Edition
Lulu Enterprises, Inc
September 30, 2011
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27.05 MB

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