SOLD Book, 1952, Introduction To Radio Equipment, NAVY Training Course

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  1. AE0Q

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    Introduction To Radio Equipment, NAVY Training Courses NAVPERS 10172-A

    Published by US Government Printing Office, 1952
    Edition of 1946, Revised 1952

    Softback, 267 pages, Good condition, very tight and very little wear, no writing in covers or on pages.

    From the Preface: "This is one of a series or Training Manuals issued to aid the RADIOMAN in performaning his duties. The first 20 chapters contain a brief discussion of basic electricity, principles of vacuum tubes, receivers and transmitters. Chapter 21 will be of interest to personnel of the radio communications rates, since it contains information on radio wave propagation used in selecting the correct frequency for a transmission. The last two chapters contain brief descriptions of typical Navy transmitters and receivers."

    Chapter 1 - What is Electricity
    Chapter 2 - Batteries
    Chapter 3 - Circuits
    Chapter 4 - Ohm's Law
    Chapter 5 - Magnetism
    Chapter 6 - Electromagnetism
    Chapter 7 - Generators
    Chapter 8 - Motors
    Chapter 9 - Induction
    Chapter 10 - Capacitors
    Chapter 11 - Resonance
    Chapter 12 - The Vacuum Tube
    Chapter 13 - The Triode
    Chapter 14 - Tetrodes and Pentodes
    Chapter 15 - Vacuum-tube Applications
    Chapter 16 - Background to Modern Radio
    Chapter 17 - Introduction to Transmitters
    Chapter 18 - Introduction to Receivers
    Chapter 19 - Remote-control Systems
    Chapter 20 - The Antenna
    Chapter 21 - Wave Propagation
    Chapter 22 - Navy Transmitters
    Chapter 23 - Navy Receivers
    Answers to Quizzes

    Lots of drawings and illustrations, and photos of Navy receivers and transmitters in use in 1940's and 50's.
    There are quizzes at the end of each chapter.

    Photos of TBK, TBM, TDE, TDZ, TDQ, AN/URT-4 Transmitters and RAK, RAL, RBH, RBA, RBB/RBC, RCK, RDZ Receivers.

    I have owned this book since 1965 when my father brought it home for me to study for my ham license. He was a Navy LCDR in a Reserve Communications Unit at Wold-Chamberlain Field in Mpls.

    $43 with shipping, PayPal OK, contact

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  2. AE0Q

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    The book is SOLD
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