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ARRL QST 1923 January

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ARRL QST 1923 January
Loop Transmission7
Leon W. Bishop
In Which We Get Across9
Bureau of Standards Calls Standardization Meeting10
10,000 Miles in 4 Minutes11
Vacuum Tube Amplification15
S. E. Anderson
Trans-Pacific Amateur Reception24
"The Amateur is Doomed"27
The Deparment of Commerce's 1922 Cup27
The Daylight Transcons----Preliminary Report29
A Snowstorm Emergency and the A.R.R.L.30
A Tuned Radio-Frequency Amplifier32
Wm. F. Diehl
The "Radio Hound"33
Data Wanted on Filters34
The Old Boy
Antenna Resistance Measurement37
Boyd Phelps
Operating Deparment42
International Amateur Radio58
Who's Who in Amateur Wireless---J. V. Wise, A. A. Hebert60
Amateur Radio Stations---9ZAF, 8BAS, BY461
With the Affiliated Clubs64
The Junior Operator66
Calls Heard70
Radio Communications by the Amateurs77
Classified Advertisements140
Index of Advertisers143
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