Radiotron Designer's Handbooks 3rd, 4th Edition RCA PDF on CD
4 handbooks, 1 book, 2 RCA radiotron manuals and 6 RCA Call Logs on CD in PDF format
Radiotron Designer's Handbook 3rd Edition ( 1941) by F. Langford Smith: 357 pages
Radiotron Designer's Handbook 4th Edition (1953) by F. Langford Smith: 1538 pages
Radio Designer's Handbook 4th Edition (1957) by F. Langford Smith: 1540 pages
Format: PDF, Language: English
"These handbooks have been prepared expressly for the radio set designer, but will be found invaluable to all radio engineers, experimenters and service mechanics."
Also included on the CD as bonus:
The RCA Radiotron Manual, Technical Series, No R-10: 87 pages
Modern Radio Reception, by Charles R. Leutz (1928): 392 pages
The RCA Radiotron Broadcast Station Directory (1928): 46 pages
The RCA Radiotron Broadcast Station Directory (1929): 24 pages
RCA Radiotron Radio Log (1931-A): 76 pages
RCA Radiotron Radio Log (1931-B): 76 pages
RCA Radiotron Radio Stars and Station (1933): 40 pages
RCA Radiotron Radio Travel-Log (1936): 36 pages
The RCA Radiotron Manual, Technical Series, RC-12 : 164 pages
RCA Tube Handbook HB-3 Vol. 5-6 (1955): 915 pages
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Windows and Mac compatable
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