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Image from page 1018 of “QST” (1915)
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Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: American Radio Relay League
Subjects: Radio Radio
Publisher: [Newington, Conn., etc., American Radio Relay League]
Contributing Library: Internet Archive
Digitizing Sponsor: Internet Archive
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te in to the ARRL Communications Department forbooking information. 1) And a Voice Shall Be Heard, 22 minutes, blackand wliite sound. The importance of communications incoordinating the reUef activities of a disaster-strickencity is demonstrated with emphasis on the part played bythe radio amateur. 2) Principles of Electricity, 20 minutes, color sound.This animated film gives individual treatment to the volt,ampere, ohm, etc. The latter portion explains the essenceof magnetism and magnetic fields. Note too the new addition of a slide collection, producedby the Rochester Antique Wireless Association, the objectof wide acclaim throughout the country. Titled The FirstThirty Years of Amateur Radio, the slides and accompany-ing tape-recorded lecture are sure to please old and newclub members alike. Affiliated club officers are urged to fol-low standard booking procedure, allowing ample notice andchoice of dates. Address all correspondence to the LeaguesCommunications Department. 70 QST for
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The dates for this years Simulated Emergency Test havebeen set as October 8th-9th (see Activities Calendar, Juneand subsequent issues of QST). Now dont say you werentgiven advance notice. The customary bulletin will be in thehands of ECs by the end of this month. Weve been doing some thinking about the SET. Wish youwould, too. In past years, we have been most liberal withdates on each side of the designated week end, and this hasresulted in ability of ECs to combine SET with local ciildefense or Red Cross activities, or pick a date or week endmore convenient for AREC registrants. It has had the dis-advantage of detracting from the nation-wide demonstrationaspect of our SET, about which we are usually called bynewspapers and press associations. The SET is the ARRLs and the amateurs own exercise.It has been conducted every year since 1947, in conjunctionwith whatever agencies the AREC is sering. Naturally,since the Red Cross is and always has been one of the pri-mary agencies to be se
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The UHF and VHF preamps were mounted on peg board, covered in a plastic bag and attached to the mast with zip ties.