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ARRL QST 1920 September


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ARRL QST 1920 September
TitleAuthors 
Page#
A Few Ideas for Amateur C. W.5
Beginning at the End10
The "OLD MAN"
Station Performance During The Bureau of Standars --- A.R.R.L QSS Test of June and July, 192011
S. Kruse
Construction of a Two- Step Amplifier15
McMurdo Silver
Standarzing Cabinets and Parts16
The First Epistle from The Young Squirt to The Old Man17
QRU
Our Less Experienced Brothers19
Hiram Percy Maxim
How to Tune the Honeycombs21
A. L. Groves
Editorials23
The Operating Deparment26
Amateur Radio Stations----8XK and 2NW32
QST's Directory of Calls37
With the Affiliated Clubs39
The Junior Operator---The Transformer40
Wireless vs. Women42
H. A. Perril
"Strays"43
Radio Communications by the Amateurs45
Sad But True56
Cartoon by Hoffman
Calls Heard57
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