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ARRL QST 1923 March

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ARRL QST 1923 March
Who's Who in Amateur Wireless-----W.W. Lindsey, Jr.,J. A. Gjelhang0
The Inverse Duplex System of Amplification7
Boyd Phelps
Across the Pacific Again11
Exploring 100 Meters12
S. Kruse
Two-Way Tests with Europe13
A Study of Filter Systems for Transmitter Tube Plate Supply14
M.G. Goldberg
The Trans-Canadian Relay16
The Traffic Manager
Transatlantic Test Notes17
What the Deparment of Commerce Thinks of our A.R.R.L. Voluntuary Lid19
The Best American Amateur Transatlantic Sending Stations20
Making Edison "B" Batteries for C.W. Transmission23
G.H. Hall
Seventh District Executive Council Formed25
H.F. Mason
Conference on Radio Standardization27
Tuned Grid Chokes for Tube Sending Sets30
R.C. Curtis
Operating Deparment31
International Amateur Radio47
Who's Who in Amateur Wireless----J.L Reinartz, A.H.K. Russel50
Amateur Radio Stations---1XM51
With the Affiliated Clubs53
The Junior Operator55
Calls Heard60
Radio Communications by the Amateurs66
Classified Advertisements123
Index of Advertisers127
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