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ARRL QST 1922 October

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ARRL QST 1922 October
Electric Wave-Filters7
The A.R.R.L. Transatlantics, 192211
F. H. Schnell
Some Further Improvements in My Tuner12
John L. Reinartz
Radio Amplification with the Reinartz Tuner14
Simple Audio Regeneration15
Another Month of Super-Regeneration16
K. B. Warner
A 122-Foot Tower18
Leroy Moffett. Jr.
New Books Received20
QST Subscription Contest21
Multi-Stage Amplifiers25
M. C. Batsel
Break-In for C.W.28
"And the Land Shall Be Visited by Plague and Pestilence"30
"The Prophet"
Amplifier Operation from A.C. Supply32
P. D. Lowell
A Week in Baltimore with Portable Station 3OI35
John Evans, Jr.
A Calibrated External Heterodyne and Wave Meter37
A. A. Learned
High-Power Vacuum Tubes37
"SA" in 190438
"An Old Timer"
Death of James L. Autry40
Tube Supply from A.C.40
The Operating Deparment44
International Amateur Radio55
Who's Who in Amateur Wireless---Winifred Dow, M. Adaire Garmhausen58
The Junior Operator60
Amateur Radio Stations----BQ, A Holland Station, 9AUU, 8BO62
With the Affiliated Clubs65
Calls Heard69
Power Factor Applied to Radio Condensers74
Paul G. Watson
Radio Communications by the Amateurs77
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