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Lots of us have crysals in the FT-243 type holder from our Novice days and since, but the sockets needed for them are becoming hard to find. To address this I designed a socket that can be 3D printed in about 15 minutes that will substitue for the old style panel-mounted socket used on many transmitters and in homebrew projects. You'll need to scavenge two conta... READ MORE
"The most sensational beam power tube to come your way!" was the banner headline for RCA's 1952 ad promoting the new 6146 tube. Sensationalism aside, there's no doubt that more Novices first RF came from a 6146 than any other tube and its popularity even grew during the sideband era when "a pair of 6146s" was found in many SSB transceivers from the high-end Coll... READ MORE
The 1950s were a time of high growth for many companies - especially those involved in communications and electronics. So what young ham would not be tempted to think about working for one of the largest data communications companies in the world - a future with Teletype?Download the booklet at the attachments link below for a look at how Teletype sought to attract technicians, enginee... READ MORE
Download the document "The New Look At Teletype" which appeared in 1960 that offers a glimpse into the operation of one of the largest data communications companies of its time.The Teletype Corporation of Skokie IL, a part of American Telephone and Telegraph Company's Western Electric manufacturing arm since 1930, came into being in 1928 when the Morkrum-Kleinschmidt Company changed its name... READ MORE
Lots of Johnson Viking II transmitters were made but every so often the much less seend "CDC" model turns up. What was different about it, other than the Civil Defense decal on the front panel? Find out by reading the EF Johnson "Design File" below.... READ MORE