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ARRL QST 1922 May

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ARRL QST 1922 May
3ZO---An Amateur Paradise7
Rotten Broadcast12
The Old Man
An Efficient Tuner for Short Waves15
H. J. Goddard
The Governors-President Relay17
K. B. Warner
Police Chiefs Relay21
F. H. Schnell
An Electromagnetic Changeover Switch22
Harold L. Olesen
The Importance of High Voltages for Amateur Spark Communication27
S. Kruse and D. W. Richardson
Report on Receptions by British Amateurs in the Transatlantic Tests, December, 192128
Philip R. Coursey
Hawaiian Relay Established32
The Operating Deparment35
Who's Who---B. W. Benning, A. J. Lorimer46
With the Affiliated Clubs47
With Our Radiphone Listeners51
Calls Heard55
Amateur Radio Stations--5HK, 9AAS61
Radio Communications by the Amateurs64
Classified Advertisements132
QST's Index of Advertisers135
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