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ARRL QST 1920 April


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ARRL QST 1920 April
TitleAuthors 
Page#
The Vacuum Tube as a Detector and Amplifier5
L. M. Clement
Radio Lighthouse Keeping10
S. Kruse
The Advent of Amateur C. W.13
Our Rotten Hours14
"A Boiled Owl"
Multiple Transmitters15
Variations of Strength of Amateur Station Signals17
J. O. Smith
A Generator for Plate Voltage18
E. B. Duvall
Notes on Improving Transmission19
M. B. West
Rotten Weather Relays21
The "OLD MAN"
Schedules of High-Powered Stations22
Addendum to Article on the Use of Honeycombs24
A. L. Groves
Editorials25
The Operating Deparment28
The Junior Operator34
With the Affiliated Clubs36
Who's Who in Amateur Wireless38
QST's Directory of Calls39
Amateur Radio Stations41
Strays44
Radio Communications by the Amateurs45
Calls Heard50
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