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Radio Telegraphy and Telephony, by Rudolph L. Duncan, Illustrated, 1st Ed, 1929


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Radio Telegraphy And Telephony
A Complete Textbook for Students Of Wireless Communication
By Rudolph L. Duncan
President, R. C. A. Institutes, Ine. (Division of Radio Corporation Of
America); Captain, SCR, United States Army; McMber, Institute
Of Radio Engincers; Member, Radio Club of America
Member, Veteran Wireless Operators Association
Charles E. Drew
Instructor in Radio, and in Charge of Electrical Division, R. C. A. Institutes,
Inc.; Member, Institute of Radio Enginecrs; Member, Radio Club Of
Americ:; Formerly Instructor, United States Naval Wireless
Telephone School; Member, Veteran Wireless
Operators Association


Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York
Copyright: 1929

Comprehensive book on radio/telephony engineering. Includes chapters on: AC current and frequencies, Electrostatic capacity, Vacuum tubes, Receiving circuitry, Receivers, Telephone and Commercial receivers, Voltage dividers, Resistors, Antennas, Resonance, Commercial broadcast, Telegraph transmitters, Arc transmitters, Direction finders, Radio Telephone Equipment, Spark Transmitters, and more.

Condition: This book is in good condition. Hardcover. Red cloth boards are heavily worn along edges and hinges. Cloth is torn along the front hinge. Hinges tight. Binding square. Text block and illustrations are crisp and clean.

950 pages, 6" x 9"
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