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Practical Radio

Published by National Radio Institute, 1937
Condition: Good Hardcover
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This is the home training manual for Advanced Specialization Course in Radio Servicing and Merchandising from the National Radio Institute. Included are 30 soft cover, 29 page stapled booklets in a decorative stamped binding, hung over wires attached to a metal frame mounted on the spine. The frame and wires are lightly rusted. Covers are edge worn with bumped and rubbed corners. Outer joints are rubbed and starting to separate at the top. Inner joints are loose but not broken. Back strip is edge worn. A list of the manual’s contents with the booklet #s hand written is pasted on the FPD. All booklets are firmly attached but have a rust mark along the gutter. First booklet has 4 ½ x 2 ½ sheet pasted in center by publisher stating “YOU ARE STARTING YOUR ADVANCED COURSE This book is The First Lesson of your Advanced Specializing Course.” Pages are unmarked but are edge worn with some bent or chipped corners. First booklet has some fraying to back strip. Booklets 40RH-1 to 49RH-1 are wrinkled & damp stained on upper fore edge. List of Booklets: The Correct Professional Attitude – Installing and Servicing Radios 36RH; Adopting a Service Technique – Set Analyzer Method 37RH; How to Trouble Shoot by the Point to Point Voltage and Resistance Methods 38RH-1; Direct Stage by Stage Elimination Method of Trouble Shooting – Revitalizing Receivers 39RH; Servicing Broadcast and All-wave Superheterodynes 40RH-1; How to Install and Service Auto Radios 41RH-1; Service, Bench and Laboratory Testing of Vacuum Tubes 42RH; Servicing Sound Reproducers and Pickups 43RH; How to Recognize, Locate and Remedy Internal Receiver Noise, and Intermittent Reception 44RH; Receiver Hum 45RH; How to Eliminate Man-Made Interference 46RH-1; Field and Bench Testing of Radio Parts 47RH-1; Service, Bench and Laboratory Testing of Audio Amplifiers 48RH; How the Cathode Ray Oscillograph is Used in Radio Servicing 49RH-1; Impedance Matching Networks, Pads and Volume Controls 50RH; Transmission Lines and Filters 51RH-1; Acoustic of Buildings 52RH; Essentials of Indoor and Outdoor Public Address Systems Part 1 53RH-1; Essentials of Indoor and Outdoor Public Address Systems Part 2 Typical P.A. Systems 54RH-1; Essentials of Television Teletrician Text—Part 1 55RH; The Theory of Light 56RH-1; Geometric and Electronic Optics 57RH-1; Uses for Optics in Electronics and Television 58RH-1; Television Quality Requirements 59RH; Synchronization and Framing 60RH; Mechanical Television Systems – Sweep Circuits 61RH; Electronic Scanners and Radiovisors 62RH; How to Build Radiovisors 63RH; How to Build Television Receivers Part 1 64RH-1; How to Build Television Receivers Part 2 65RH-2. Shipping will be extra due to weight & value (4.2 lbs). Bookseller Inventory # 032094

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Title: Practical Radio

Publisher: National Radio Institute

Publication Date: 1937

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Good

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

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