Articles related to servicing valve equipment, scanned from old editions of Electronics Australia.

Last Updated  Description
2015-01-05   1947-07: Short circuited input capacitor
2015-01-02   1963-09: What will it cost to fix it?
2014-12-24   1967-07: What's in a name - or a brand?
2014-12-24   1967-08: Ned Kelly - TV serviceman!
2014-12-18   1975-10: A routine fault that wasn't
2014-12-18   1976-01: More on foreign set conversion
2014-12-18   1976-12: Handyman successes - and failures
2014-12-09   1977-11: Detecting intermittents needs time and patience
2014-12-09   1978-04: First aid for an ageing B & W set and its owner!
2014-12-09   1978-11: You're never too old to learn even about valves
2014-12-09   1979-12: First aid (and last gasp) for an old TV set
2014-12-09   1980-04: No fault Is simple when it's three layers down!
2015-01-12   1981-03: Two capacitors in one can
2015-01-12   1981-04: In-home servicing is not all beer and skittles!
2015-01-12   1981-09: Kriesler Multisonic radiogram
2015-01-12   1982-08: Just when I thought 1 knew all the tricks.
2015-01-20   1988-09: New and familiar problems with old sets
2015-03-19   1991-07: Rejuvenate a 6V6G
2015-03-12   1996-03: Repair of an AWA 520M
2015-03-26   1998-09: Repair of a Radford amplifier



Neville Williams "When I Think Back", scanned from old editions of Electronics Australia.

Last Updated  Description
2016-04-08   1989-02: Ross Hull
2016-04-08   1989-03: Our family's first wireless
2016-04-08   1989-04: And the magazine was very young
2016-04-08   1989-05: Organs
2016-04-08   1989-06: Ernest Fisk - 1
2016-04-09   1989-07: Ernest Fisk - 2
2016-04-14   1989-08: Fritz Langford-Smith
2016-04-09   1989-09: John Murray Moyle - 1
2016-04-09   1989-10: John Murray Moyle - 2
2016-04-09   1989-11: Alexandr Stepanovitch Popov
2016-04-14   1989-12: Readers have their say
2016-04-09   1990-01: Raymond Allsop
2016-04-09   1990-02: FM broadcasting in Australia
2016-04-09   1990-03: Father Archibald Shaw
2016-09-25   1990-04: Sir Ambrose Fleming
2015-01-27   1990-05: The Rise and Fall of thermionic valves - 1
2016-04-09   1990-06: The Rise and Fall of thermionic valves - 2
2016-04-09   1990-07: Major Edwin Howard Armstrong - 1
2016-04-09   1990-08: Major Edwin Howard Armstrong - 2
2016-04-09   1990-09: George Cookson
2016-04-09   1990-10: From Sparks and Arcs - 1
2016-04-09   1990-11: From Sparks and Arcs - 2
2016-04-09   1990-12: From Sparks and Arcs - 3
2016-04-21   1991-01: Sydney Newman
2016-04-21   1991-02: Shadders on the wall - 1
2016-04-09   1991-03: Shadders on the wall - 2
2016-04-09   1991-04: Samuel Morse
2016-04-09   1991-05: Readers have their say
2016-04-09   1991-06: Vintage Radio Receiver Design - 1
2016-04-09   1991-07: Vintage Radio Receiver Design - 2
2016-04-09   1991-08: Vintage Radio Receiver Design - 3
2016-04-09   1991-09: Vintage Radio Receiver Design - 4
2016-04-09   1991-10: Hidetsugu Yagi
2016-04-09   1991-11: Vintage Radio Receiver Design - 5
2016-04-09   1991-12: Reader comments
2016-04-09   1992-01: Vintage Radio Receiver Design - 6
2016-04-09   1992-02: Vintage Radio Receiver Design - 7
2016-04-09   1992-03: Vintage Radio Receiver Design - 8
2016-04-09   1992-04: Vintage Radio Magazines
2016-04-09   1992-05: Vintage Radio Design
2016-04-09   1992-06: Smithy and the Southern Cross - 1
2016-04-09   1992-07: Smithy and the Southern Cross - 2
2016-04-09   1992-08: Aeronautical Radio Navigation Beams
2016-04-09   1992-09: Fred Thom and Tasma - 1
2016-04-09   1992-10: Fred Thom and Tasma - 2
2016-04-09   1992-11: Charles Slade and Calstan Meters
2016-04-09   1992-12: Price's Radio
2016-04-09   1993-01: PA systems - 1
2016-04-09   1993-02: PA systems - 2
2016-04-09   1993-03: PA systems - 3
2016-05-06   1993-04: Australian Radio Factories - 1
2016-05-06   1993-05: Charles Slade and Fred Paton
2016-05-06   1993-06: Murray Stevenson - 1
2016-05-06   1993-07: Murray Stevenson - 2
2016-05-15   1993-08: Murray Stevenson - 3
2016-05-15   1993-09: Australian Radio Factories - 2
2016-05-20   1993-10: Tropadyne and Ultradyne
2016-05-20   1993-11: W E Coxon and 6WF
2016-05-27   1993-12: Fred Paton
2016-05-27   1994-01: Mailbag Month
2016-06-12   1994-02: Charles D Maclurcan - 1
2016-06-12   1994-03: Charles D Maclurcan - 2
2016-06-12   1994-04: Wally Coxon - 1
2016-06-12   1994-05: Wally Coxon - 2
2016-06-18   1994-06: Lay Cranch
2016-06-18   1994-07: Howard Kingsley Love - 1
2016-06-25   1994-08: Howard Kingsley Love - 2
2016-06-25   1994-09: Stromberg-Carlson and Admiral - 1
2016-07-13   1994-10: Stromberg-Carlson and Admiral - 2
2016-04-09   1994-11: Harry Mauger - 1
2016-07-13   1994-12: Harry Mauger - 2
2016-07-13   1995-01: Archie Caswell - 1
2016-07-13   1995-02: Archie Caswell - 2
2016-07-13   1995-03: Readers have their say
2016-07-13   1995-04: Readers have their say
2016-07-13   1995-05: Radiovision
2016-07-13   1995-06: Disposals stores
2016-07-13   1995-07: Readers think back
2016-07-22   1995-08: Max Byer
2016-07-22   1995-09: Car Radio Industry
2016-07-22   1995-10: Victor Harris - 1
2016-07-28   1995-11: Victor Harris - 2
2016-07-28   1995-12: War Stories
2016-07-28   1996-01: Dr Ernest Benson - 1
2016-08-24   1996-02: Dr Ernest Benson - 2
2016-08-24   1996-03: Vincent Stanley
2016-08-24   1996-05: Readers have their say
2016-08-24   1996-06: Arthur Spring - 1
2016-08-24   1996-07: Arthur Spring - 2
2016-08-24   1996-08: Ferris Brothers Radio - 1
2016-08-24   1996-09: Ferris Brothers Radio - 2
2016-08-24   1996-11: Maxwell Howden - 1
2016-04-09   1996-12: Maxwell Howden - 2
2016-04-09   1997-01: Neville Williams



Articles from the Vintage Radio column, scanned from old editions of Electronics Australia.

Last Updated  Description
2015-01-20   1988-06: Getting started
2015-01-20   1988-07: The remarkable Philips V7A Theatrette
2015-01-20   1988-08: The Methuselah of valves
2015-01-20   1988-09: Early receiver developments
2015-01-20   1988-10: Early receiver developments: 1925-1930
2015-01-20   1988-11: The brief heyday of CATKINs
2015-01-27   1988-12: Cabinet Restoration
2015-01-27   1989-01: Cabinet Lacquering
2015-02-18   1989-02: The Atwater Kent 20C
2015-02-18   1989-03: Horn Speakers
2016-12-03   1989-04: STC Model 506
2015-01-27   1989-05: MATE - A handy accessory
2015-02-18   1989-06: The 6J7 Fraternity
2015-01-27   1989-07/08: Restoring a classic STC
2015-02-18   1989-09: Kolster-Brandes 930 Amplifier
2015-02-18   1989-10: The Hikers
2015-02-11   1989-11: A vintage remote control
2015-01-27   1989-12: Magnetic Speaker
2015-02-18   1990-00: A 50 year old (trans) portable radio
2015-02-18   1990-01: Pilot's Super Wasp
2015-02-11   1990-02: Battery eliminators
2015-02-11   1990-03: A universal battery eliminator
2015-02-11   1990-04: Repairing valves
2015-01-27   1990-05: The first moving coil speaker
2015-02-11   1990-06: Early tuning indicators
2015-02-18   1990-07: The Williamson Amplifier
2016-11-24   1990-08: Loop aerials
2016-09-23   1990-09: NZVRS conference 90
2016-09-23   1990-10: Ancestors of batteries
2015-02-18   1990-11: National's Legendary HRO
2015-02-11   1990-12: Overhauling an AWA Radiolette
2015-01-28   1991-01: Doctor Robinson's Stenode Radiostat
2015-01-27   1991-02: The curse of audio transformers
2016-09-23   1991-03: Rewinding output transformers
2015-02-18   1991-04: The Grand Old 01A
2015-02-18   1991-05/06: A Decade of Radio Development
2015-03-19   1991-07: The story of Reflexes
2015-02-18   1991-08: The Loftin-White Amplifier
2015-03-19   1991-09: Rewinding audio coupling transformers
2015-03-19   1991-10: The Philips 2510 receiver
2015-03-19   1991-11: Class B amplification
2016-09-23   1991-12: Societies and the NZVRS badge
2015-03-19   1992-01: Rejuvenating valves
2015-03-21   1992-02: Something different from the UK
2015-03-21   1992-03/04: Understanding automatic gain control
2016-09-23   1992-05: A really fine collection
2015-03-21   1992-06: Australia's most popular mantel radio - the Little General
2016-09-23   1992-07: Building your own classic radio
2015-03-21   1992-08: The Majestic 90
2015-03-21   1992-09: Hints on restoring old cabinets
2015-03-21   1992-10/11: First RCA TRF receiver - the Radiola 20
2015-03-21   1992-12: The advent of American metal valves
2015-03-21   1993-01: An Australian receiver with metal valves
2016-09-23   1993-02: Displaying your vintage equipment
2015-03-21   1993-03: The Eddystone 940 communications receiver
2015-02-05   1993-04: The vintage Beverage
2015-02-05   1993-05: Vintage radio in London
2015-02-05   1993-06: IF amplifiers and their transformers
2015-02-05   1993-07: Vintage reading matter and references
2015-02-05   1993-08: The Telefunken Arcolette 3W
2015-02-05   1993-09/10: Some popular output triodes
2015-02-05   1993-11: Shortwave adaptors and converters
2015-02-05   1993-12: A Russian Radiola
2015-02-25   1994-01/02/03: Capacitors in vintage radio
2016-12-03   1994-04: Early mechanical TV systems
2016-12-03   1994-05: Moving coil loudspeakers
2016-12-03   1994-06: Repairing moving coil loudspeakers
2016-12-03   1994-07: The saga of crystal sets
2015-02-25   1994-08: The Vintage Serviceman
2015-02-25   1994-09: RCNZ's Columbus in Australia
2015-02-25   1994-10: The unusual Wunderlich valve
2016-09-25   1994-11: Browning-Drake
2016-12-03   1994-12: Building a Browning-Drake
2015-02-25   1995-01: How Astor radios were made
2015-03-03   1995-02: Good advice: Caveat Emptor
2015-03-03   1995-03: A Quiz on vintage radio servicing
2015-03-03   1995-04: A miniature Eddystone
2015-03-03   1995-05: Restoring a monster
2015-03-03   1995-06: Old power transformers
2015-03-03   1995-07: Revisiting the Philips Theatrette
2015-03-03   1995-08/09: The excellence of Hammarlund
2015-03-03   1995-10: Vintage electronic music - the Theremin
2015-03-03   1995-11: AC mains heated valves
2016-12-03   1995-12: Who invented the superhet?
2016-12-03   1996-01: Ancestral electronics - 1
2016-12-03   1996-02: Ancestral electronics - 2
2015-03-11   1996-03: Diode detectors
2016-12-03   1996-05: Workshop
2015-03-11   1996-06: RF gain control and variable-mu valves
2015-03-12   1996-07: Valve filament/heater voltages
2015-03-11   1996-08: Converters, first detectors, or mixers
2015-03-11   1996-09: Two different centennials, one for Atwater Kent
2015-03-26   1996-10: The year that was 1923
2015-03-11   1996-11: The Astor Mickey Mouse and its descendants
2016-09-25   1996-12: Workshop equipment and safety
2015-03-26   1997-01: The Personal Portable
2015-03-20   1997-02: One-Valve Receivers from 1916 to 1926
2015-03-26   1997-03: One valve receivers 1927 onwards
2015-03-26   1997-04: The value of vintage sets & components
2015-03-20   1997-05: The Year That Was 1924
2015-03-20   1997-06: Battery powered valve sets
2015-03-20   1997-07: The Fisk Radiola 257 Big is beautiful
2016-12-08   1997-08: Early test equipment - 1
2015-03-20   1997-09: Super-regenerative receivers
2015-03-20   1997-10: Revisiting the Philips 2510 receiver
2015-03-20   1997-11: The year that was 1925
2015-03-20   1997-12: Making something from nothing
2015-03-26   1998-01: Kriesler 11-4 and 11-29 mantel sets
2015-03-26   1998-03: The Philips 1052 and 1044
2015-03-26   1998-04: Taming the Autodyne
2016-12-08   1998-05: Early test equipment - 2
2016-12-08   1998-06: Car radios
2015-03-26   1998-07: Early two valve sets 1922 to 1926
2015-03-26   1998-08: The year that was 1926
2015-03-26   1998-09: Two Valve Sets 1927 to the pre octal era
2015-03-26   1998-10: The year that was 1927
2015-03-26   1998-11: Aerials, coils and how it all works
2015-03-26   1998-12: Mick Fitzpatrick and his wireless
2015-04-03   1999-01: Raycophone 41E
2015-04-03   1999-02: The Ultra-audion and Marnikay Receivers
2015-04-03   1999-03: Tasma Roller-blind sets
2015-04-03   1999-04: The Last TRF Receivers
2015-04-03   1999-05/06: Vibrators - 1 & 2
2015-04-09   1999-07: Vibrators - 3
2015-04-09   1999-08: Three Healing vibrator radios
2015-04-09   1999-09: The year that was 1928
2015-04-09   1999-10: Battery-Electric portables
2015-04-09   1999-11: Tapped Volume Controls and Bass Boost
2015-04-09   1999-12: Some unusual Healing practices
2015-04-20   2000-01: The Year That Was 1929
2015-04-20   2000-02: The Zenith Trans-Oceanic
2016-12-08   2000-03: Limits of restoration
2015-04-20   2000-06: Building an old classic Little Jim
2015-04-20   2000-08: Four-Valve Sets
2015-04-20   2000-10: Oddball Pre-octal Four-Valvers
2015-03-26   2000-11: The better short wave sets
2015-04-20   2000-12: Two magnificent consoles



Articles from the Vintage Radio column, scanned from old editions of Silicon Chip.

Last Updated  Description
2015-04-30   1988-10: Checking out the power supply
2016-09-02   1988-12: Restoring the dial mechanism
2016-09-02   1989-01: Troubleshooting the transformers
2016-05-06   1989-05: How to date old valve radios
2016-09-02   1989-07: Old Henry
2016-05-06   1989-08: Rebuilding a vintage radio receiver
2016-05-06   1989-09: Valve portables - hard on batteries
2016-09-02   1989-10: Collectables and non-collectables
2015-04-30   1989-11: The humble 4-valve receiver
2016-09-02   1989-12: Scrounging bits and pieces
2016-09-05   1990-01: Obtaining spare parts
2016-09-05   1990-02: Safety
2016-09-05   1990-03: Wave traps
2016-09-05   1990-04: Finding 1920s receivers
2016-09-05   1990-06: AC/DC sets
2016-09-05   1990-07: Solving unusual problems
2016-09-05   1990-08: TRF receivers
2016-05-06   1990-10: The different types of radio valves
2016-05-06   1990-11: Testing old radio valves
2016-09-05   1990-12: Old books and magazines
2016-09-08   1991-01: European radios
2016-09-08   1991-02: Potentiometer repair
2015-04-30   1991-03: Automatic gain control - what it is & how it works
2016-09-08   1991-04: Adding AGC
2016-09-08   1991-05: Regenerative receivers
2016-05-06   1991-06: The 4-valve Howard receiver
2016-09-08   1991-07: Simple repairs
2016-09-08   1991-08: German Saba
2016-09-08   1991-09: Batteries
2016-09-08   1991-10: Museums
2016-05-06   1991-11: A simple junkbox receiver
2016-09-08   1991-12: Battery eliminators
2016-09-09   1992-02: Consoles from the 1930s
2016-09-09   1992-03: Valve substitutions
2016-09-09   1992-04: Alignment - 1
2016-09-09   1992-05: Alignment - 2
2016-09-09   1992-06: Alignment - 3
2016-09-09   1992-07: Unusual problems
2016-09-09   1992-09: Heathkit RF-1
2016-09-09   1992-10: Repairs made easy
2016-09-09   1992-12: Rats
2016-09-10   1993-01: Restoring a 1920s kit
2016-09-10   1993-02: Amplion Dragon
2016-09-10   1993-03: Paper capacitors
2016-09-10   1993-04: Restoring a chassis
2016-09-10   1993-05: Some 1920s receivers
2016-09-10   1993-06: HT filters
2016-09-10   1993-08: Block capacitors
2016-09-10   1993-09: Palec ET-4a valve tester
2016-09-10   1993-10: Problem repairs
2016-09-10   1993-11: A question of originality
2016-09-10   1993-12: My museum
2016-09-11   1994-02: Build a 1-valve set
2016-09-11   1994-03: Trio 9R-59D
2016-09-11   1994-04: Aligning an Astor
2015-04-30   1994-05: Trash or treasure or how to recognise the good stuff
2016-09-11   1994-06: Vintage radio prices
2016-09-11   1994-07: Crackles
2016-09-11   1994-08: Valve subsyitutions
2016-09-11   1994-10: Hellier Award
2016-09-11   1994-11: AWA C79
2016-09-11   1995-02: Tasma model 65
2016-09-11   1995-04: Fault finding
2017-04-27   1995-05: A console receiver from junk
2016-09-11   1995-06: Darelle 1932 radio
2016-09-11   1995-07: Apex TRF
2016-09-11   1995-08: Repair of a Kriesler and a Philips
2016-09-11   1995-09: Faulty 6BV7
2016-09-11   1995-10: Vibrators
2016-09-11   1995-11: TRF
2016-09-11   1995-12: Radiola 34E C77
2016-09-12   1996-01: Converting anode bend to diode detector
2016-09-12   1996-02: Reflex basics
2016-09-12   1996-03: Peter Pan
2016-09-12   1996-04: transistor radios
2016-09-12   1996-05: Early radiograms
2016-09-12   1996-06: Testing capacitors with high voltage
2015-04-30   1996-07: Making a few odd repairs
2016-09-12   1996-08: Rummaging through the junk
2016-09-14   1996-09: Vintage radio collecting
2016-09-12   1996-10: Hotpoint 4-valve
2016-09-12   1996-11: 2 Astors
2016-09-12   1996-12: Another Astor
2016-09-12   1997-01: Headphones
2016-09-12   1997-03: Grid bias
2016-09-12   1997-04: Signal tracing - 1
2016-09-12   1997-05: Signal tracing - 2
2016-09-12   1997-06: Signal tracing - 3
2015-04-30   1997-07: Revamping an old Radiola
2015-04-30   1997-08: New life for an old Kriesler
2016-09-12   1997-09: Airking 5-valve
2016-08-24   1997-10: Wave traps
2016-08-24   1997-11: 4-valve Airzone
2016-08-24   1997-12: Sick Radiola
2016-08-31   1998-01: Simple Regenerative Receiver
2016-08-31   1998-02: Clean Audio for Old Henry
2016-08-31   1998-03: Speaker Repair
2016-09-08   1998-04: Farewell and Intro
2016-09-08   1998-05: Safety
2016-09-08   1998-06: Astor GPM and BNQ
2016-09-14   1998-07: Kriesler 11-90 and 11-99
2016-09-14   1998-08: Kriesler 41-32
2016-09-14   1998-09: Spy radios - 1
2016-09-21   1998-10: Spy radios - 2
2016-09-21   1998-11: Improving AM reception - 1
2016-09-21   1998-12: Improving AM reception - 2
2016-09-25   1999-01: Improving AM reception - 3
2016-09-25   1999-02: Atwater Kent Model 32
2016-09-25   1999-03: Radiolette Model 31/32
2016-09-25   1999-04: Your first vintage radio
2016-09-28   1999-05: Restoring the butchered set
2016-09-28   1999-06: Radiola B15
2016-09-28   1999-07: Chinese 4-valve radio
2016-09-28   1999-08: Operatic 4-valve TRF
2016-10-22   1999-09: Vintage Stereo AM Radio
2016-10-22   1999-10: Jim Birtchnell
2016-10-22   1999-11: Monochrome TV sets
2016-10-22   1999-12: Astor KM
2016-10-25   2000-01: Building a replica vintage radio
2016-10-25   2000-02: The Hellier award - 1
2016-10-25   2000-03: The Hellier award - 2
2016-10-25   2000-04: The Hellier award - 3
2016-10-25   2000-05: Converting vibrator sets to mains-powered
2016-10-25   2000-06: Japanese AC/DC set
2016-10-25   2000-07: AWA P1 television
2016-10-25   2000-08: Astor RQ
2016-10-25   2000-09: HMV Nippergram
2016-10-25   2000-10: Monarch battery eliminator
2016-10-25   2000-11: Philips Philetta
2016-10-25   2000-12: AWA 467MA
2016-11-17   2001-01: Operatic Mignon RF A12 (32 volt)
2016-11-17   2001-02: Healing 412E
2016-11-17   2001-03: AWA Radiola C58
2016-11-17   2001-04: Keith Lang
2016-11-17   2001-05: AWA Radiola 7-band radios
2016-11-17   2001-06: STC A-141
2016-11-17   2001-07: How to repair bakelite cabinets
2016-11-23   2001-08: Valve substition
2016-11-23   2001-09: Healing R401E/S401E
2016-11-23   2001-10: Beginner's radios
2016-11-23   2001-11: Test instruments - 1
2016-11-23   2001-12: Test instruments - 2
2016-11-24   2002-01: Titan Tiny
2016-11-24   2002-02: Diason PP32/6
2016-11-24   2002-03: AWA Radiola 719C console - 1
2016-11-24   2002-04: AWA Radiola 719C console - 2
2016-12-03   2002-05: AWA FS6 army transciever
2016-12-03   2002-06: Tasma M290
2016-11-23   2002-07: Airzone 500
2016-12-03   2002-08: Ferris 214 portable car radio
2016-12-03   2002-09: Barlow-Wadley XCR-30 MkII
2016-12-06   2002-10: Radio Corporation WS122
2016-12-06   2002-11: The AWA 532MF 32v Table Receiver
2016-12-06   2002-12: IF Amplifiers - 1
2016-12-06   2003-01: IF Amplifiers - 2
2016-12-08   2003-02: Aligning the frontends of TRF and Superhet Receivers
2016-12-08   2003-03: Antennas and earths for crystal sets
2016-12-08   2003-04: AWA R154
2016-12-08   2003-05: HMV C43B
2016-12-16   2003-06: Building a Browning-Drake replica
2016-12-16   2003-07: STC 205
2016-12-16   2003-08: HMV 42-71
2016-12-16   2003-09: Vibrators - 1
2016-12-22   2003-10: Vibrators - 2
2016-12-22   2003-11: The 4-valve Precedent receiver
2016-12-22   2003-12: AWA car radio and Ferris Tranimate
2016-12-22   2004-01: Armstrong C5 console
2017-01-18   2004-02: HMV 660
2017-01-18   2004-03: Astor OZ
2017-01-18   2004-04: Vintage radio parts: the art of cannibalism and making do
2017-01-18   2004-05: Cataloging and disposing of your vintage radio collection
2017-01-18   2004-06: Restoration tips and techniques
2017-01-18   2004-07: Meet a designer of the legendary WS122 army transceiver
2017-01-18   2004-08: Peter Lankshear
2017-01-18   2004-09: This Little Nipper was a dog
2017-01-18   2004-10: Those troublesome capacitors - 1
2017-01-18   2004-11: Those troublesome capacitors - 2
2017-01-18   2004-12: AWA B79
2017-01-25   2005-01: Flying Doctor radios
2017-01-25   2005-02: Converting a 240 volt set to 32 volts
2017-01-25   2005-03: Astor AJS car radio
2017-01-25   2005-04: Astor Monarch D671/32
2017-01-25   2005-05: AWA Radiola B29
2017-01-25   2005-06: Signal Generators
2017-01-25   2005-07: AWA Radiola 433MCZ
2017-01-25   2005-08: AWA Radiola B32 transistor portable
2017-01-25   2005-09: Sprague 500
2017-01-25   2005-10: Harbros 12/54B
2017-01-25   2005-11: Vintage radio clubs
2017-01-25   2005-12: Ray Kelly and the HRSA
2017-01-26   2006-01: AWA B25/6
2017-01-26   2006-02: Brian Lackie's wireless museum
2017-01-26   2006-03: Healing 403E
2017-01-26   2006-04: Fisk Radiola 50G
2017-01-26   2006-05: Edison R6
2017-01-26   2006-06: Kriesler 41-29
2017-01-26   2006-07: AWA B33
2017-01-26   2006-08: HMV B11A
2017-01-26   2006-09: Admiral 5BW
2017-01-26   2006-10: Reforming electrolytic capacitors
2017-01-26   2006-11: Radio Corporation WS108
2017-01-26   2006-12: AWA 976A
2017-01-26   2007-01: Philips RF5
2017-01-26   2007-02: Breville 801
2017-01-26   2007-03: EILCO 6104 RFDS radio
2017-01-26   2007-04: Build a Super Crystal set
2017-01-26   2007-05: Kurrajong Radio Museum
2017-01-26   2007-06: DC-to-AC inverters - 1
2017-01-26   2007-07: Weston model 660 Radio Set Analyser
2017-01-26   2007-08: AWA 948C car radio
2017-02-07   2007-09: Our radio heritage on display
2017-02-07   2007-10: The Volksempfaenger
2017-02-07   2007-11: Pocket-sized valve portables
2017-02-07   2007-12: Kriesler 11-59
2017-02-07   2008-01: Aristone M1
2017-02-07   2008-02: DC-to-AC inverters - 2
2017-02-07   2008-03: The batteries used to power vintage radios
2017-02-08   2008-04: Shortwave converters from the 1930s
2017-02-08   2008-05: Ferris 174 portable
2017-02-08   2008-06: Pye TRP-1 portable HF transceiver
2017-02-08   2008-07: Astor KM
2017-02-08   2008-08: RCA 26
2017-02-08   2008-09: Raycopohone PeeWee Midget
2017-02-08   2008-10: AWA Radiola 653P
2017-02-08   2008-11: Antenna coils and loop antennas
2017-02-08   2008-12: Leak TL/12 Plus
2017-04-27   2009-01: Philco 52-545
2017-04-27   2009-02: Australian Army Signals Museum
2017-04-27   2009-03: The deadly and the difficult
2017-04-27   2009-04: Airzone 520/550
2017-04-27   2009-05: Astor Football GR/GRP
2017-04-27   2009-06: AWA 693P
2017-04-27   2009-07: Lyric 8-valve console
2017-04-27   2009-08: The unnamed console
2017-04-27   2009-09: Kellogg TRF receiver
2017-04-27   2009-10: Developmentof AC mains power supplies - 1
2017-04-27   2009-11: Developmentof AC mains power supplies - 2
2017-04-27   2009-12: The Radiogram bloke
2017-04-27   2010-01: STC Capehart A8551
2017-04-27   2010-02: Mullard Meteor 600
2017-04-27   2010-03: Airzone 503
2017-04-27   2010-04: The spark era
2017-04-27   2010-05: AGC - 1
2017-04-27   2010-06: AGC - 2
2017-04-27   2010-07: Reflex receivers
2017-04-27   2010-08: Airzone 612
2017-04-27   2010-09: All about thermionic valves
2017-04-27   2010-10: Astor DL
2017-04-27   2010-11: Traeger's first pedal radio
2017-04-27   2010-12: Philco 40-40
2017-04-27   2011-01: Portable HF transcievers used by the Victorian Forests Commission
2017-04-27   2011-02: Building the best 2-3 valve receiver
2017-04-27   2011-03: STC A5150
2017-04-27   2011-04: STC 504
2017-04-27   2011-05: How not to build vintage gear
2017-04-27   2011-06: The Wells-Gardner story
2017-04-27   2011-07: Hotpoint Bandmaster J35DE - 1
2017-04-27   2011-08: Hotpoint Bandmaster J35DE - 2
2017-04-27   2011-09: Hotpoint Bandmaster J35DE - 3
2017-04-27   2011-10: Radiola 573MA
2017-04-27   2011-11: Astor P7G
2017-04-27   2011-12: AWA R7077 BFO
2017-05-07   2013-06: Raytheon T2500
2017-05-07   2013-07: AWA B15
2017-05-07   2013-10: AWA C54
2017-05-07   2013-11: Philips 123 and 131
2017-05-07   2013-12: Kriesler 41-47
2017-05-07   2014-01: Philco Safari
2017-05-07   2014-03: Sony Gendis TR72
2017-05-07   2014-04: Pacemaker Transportable
2017-04-27   2014-08: AWA Empire State
2017-05-07   2014-10: Mullard 5-10 10watt amplifier
2017-04-27   2014-11: STC 500A
2017-04-27   2014-12: Kriesler 11-95, 11-102, 11-103
2017-04-27   2015-01: Stromberg-Carlson 5A26
2017-04-27   2015-02: Philco T7
2017-04-27   2015-03: Tela-Verta 204C
2017-04-27   2015-04: AWA 897P
2017-04-27   2015-05: AWA Radiola 523M
2017-05-07   2015-06: Philips 198
2017-04-27   2015-10: AWA Fisk Radiola model 92
2017-04-27   2016-01: Sony TR63
2017-04-27   2016-02: Healing L502E
2017-05-07   2016-04: Westinghouse H618
2017-04-27   2016-05: AWA 517M
2017-04-27   2016-06: AWA 461MA
2017-04-27   2016-07: Grebe Synchrophase MU-1
2017-04-27   2016-08: Astor Aladdin FG
2017-04-27   2016-09: Astor M5/M6
2017-04-27   2016-10: Astor DLP
2017-04-27   2016-11: GE T2105
2017-04-27   2016-12: Grundig Taschen-Transistor-Boy 58
2017-04-27   2017-01: PYE APJ-modified
2017-04-27   2017-02: Hotpoint P64MEX
2017-04-27   2017-03: Sony TR712
2017-04-27   2017-04: Sony TV8-301
2017-05-12   2017-05: HMV 64-52
2017-05-31   2017-06: HMV B61D
2017-07-15   2017-07: DKE38 German radio
2017-08-07   2017-08: STC 512



Other articles related to valve equipment, scanned from old magazines.

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2015-01-12   1939-04: Build the 2JU Special Six receiver
2015-01-12   1939-04: Build the Ecomomy Six receiver
2015-01-12   1939-04: Build your First Transmitter
2015-01-12   1939-04: Build the Little Jim receiver
2015-01-12   1939-04: Build the Skyhound Six receiver
2015-01-19   1946-04: Build the 1945 Advance receiver
2015-01-19   1946-04: Build the 1946 Amateur Junior receiver
2015-01-19   1946-04: Capacitance Meter
2015-01-05   1947-07: Build a Miniature 1-valve set, and power supply
2015-01-05   1947-07: Build the 1K5G 2-valve battery set
2015-01-05   1947-07: Build a 6 metre converter
2015-01-05   1947-07: Build a big battery radiogram: the Vibragram 7
2015-01-02   1965-07: Modernising earlier television receivers
2015-01-02   1963-09: Synchrodyne AM receiver
2015-01-02   1965-07: Valve Tester checks for leakage
2015-01-02   1965-07: Crystal-locked standard
2015-01-02   1965-07: Electronic tuning standard
2014-12-24   1967-08: 67 All Wave 3
2014-12-24   1967-07: Playmaster 118
2014-12-24   1967-07: 60 watt Guitar amp
2014-12-09   Death of Stanley Mullard
2014-12-18   1976-01: The world's first integrated circuit
2014-12-18   New life for an old CRO
2014-12-18   1977-02: Restoring & upgrading the Wide Band CRO
2017-04-29   1980-05: Project 456: 140 Watt Valve Amplifier
2015-01-12   1981-01: The radio with 600 speakers
2015-01-19   1981-01: Keith McIlwraith radio collection
2015-01-19   1983-09: Valves are dead - but not forgotten
2015-01-19   1983-11: How to build a 1920s style radio set
2015-01-19   1984-07: Build an antique shortwave radio
2015-01-19   1987-04: Vintage Radio restoration
2015-01-19   1988-02: Restoring a vintage "American Midget" receiver
2015-01-19   1988-03: Introduction to hifi - power amplifiers
2015-01-27   1989-05: Vive les Valves
2015-01-27   1989-05: Bringing back the good old days
2015-01-27   1989-08: Valve class-A amplifiers made in UK
2015-03-20   1991-06: Vintage Radio Receiver Design
2015-03-21   1992-09: Build the Stereo 80 Valve Amplifier
2015-02-05   1993-11: Review of Artemics AS60M amplifier
2015-02-05   1993-12: The sealed set debacle
2015-02-25   1994-10: Build a Valve Preamp for Audiophiles
2015-03-20   1997-05: Build an old-time one-valve radio
2015-03-26   1998-01: Build the KTS30W Valve Amplifier
2015-04-20   2000-12: Introduction to Valve Audio
2016-12-22   2003-11: Build a 12AX7 preamplifier
2017-01-16   2004-02: Build a 12AX7 hifi preamplifier
2016-06-09   2004-10: The Humble "Tranny" Turns 50
2017-01-16   2005-03: A nostalgic look at colour TV in Australia
2017-01-16   2005-08/09: Build the Mudlark A205 Stereo Valve amplifier
2017-01-25   2007-07/08: Build a Nixie Clock
2017-05-07   2009-08: Practical Wireless Eddystone S640 and HRO NC100
2017-04-29   2014-11: Currawong 10 Watt Stereo Valve Amplifier
2017-04-29   2016-01: Stereo Valve Preamp
2017-04-29   2017-03: HRSA 35 years
2017-08-07   2017-08: Build a Battery Eliminator

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