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Image from page 334 of “Radio for everybody; being a popular guide to practical radio-phone reception and transmission and to the dot-and-dash reception and transmission of the radio telegraph, for the layman who wants to apply radio for his pleasure and
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Title: Radio for everybody; being a popular guide to practical radio-phone reception and transmission and to the dot-and-dash reception and transmission of the radio telegraph, for the layman who wants to apply radio for his pleasure and profit without going into the special theories and the intricacies of the art
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: Lescarboura, Austin C. (Austin Celestin), 1891-
Publisher: New York, Scientific American publishing company [etc.]
Contributing Library: Boston College Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries
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geis impressed on the plate circuits of the two oscillatortubes by means of a reactance, which is common to themodulator and oscillator plate circuits. This modulationof the oscillator plate potential results in speech frequencyvariation of the amplitude of the antenna current. Thefrequency of the antenna current when not modulated isnearly that corresponding to the free period of the antennacircuit. A Record to be Proud Of Since the radio link is the only telephone channel be-tween the island and the mainland, it was very heavilyoverloaded from the day of opening until the cessation ofthe summer tourist traffic in the latter part of September,1920. Due to the methods employed, the high grade cir-cuit, and so on, a great deal more traffic is handled overthis circuit than is generally handled by a single toll line. A record of all of the interruptions to service is keptat both of the stations together with the cause of the delay,its duration, and other information. It is interesting to
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Vacuum type employed in radio transmission, especially forthe sending: end of the radio linli. 316 RADIO FOR EVERYBODY note that althouo^h the circuit was open to commercialservice during the worst of the static season, subscribershad but Httle or no difficulty in using the circuit. Trans-mitting frequencies! of 400 and 470 meters were chosen forthe stations after an extensive survey of the ether, so thatthe telephone would cause the least interfernce to and beinterfered w^th the least by radio stations in the vicinity.Some trouble was experienced from the Avalon sparkstation located about one mile from the receiving station.Avalon transmits on 300 meters, while the Pebbly Beachstation had its receiving apparatus tuned to 470 meters.Upon investigation it proved that the wave emitted by thespark transmitter was a broad one, and that when thewave is kept sharp and within certain definite limits ofpurity, so to speak, little or no trouble is experienced fromthis station. The circuit, due
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I would not want to run into whatever made this in a dark alley at night…
WUOG, the UGA radio station, did some volunteer work at the Athens-Clarke County Animal Control Center.
Everything was shot with a 50mm prime lens and f/1.8
Iso varied from 100 to 200 and shutter speeds from 1/3000 to 1/4000.
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