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ARRL QST 1923 April

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ARRL QST 1923 April
Tuned Radio-Frequency Amplification with Neutralization of Capacity Coupling7
L.A. Hazeltine
Receiver Plate Supply from A.C13
S.T. Woodhull
A Study of Filter Systems for Transmitter Tube Plate Supply14
M.G. Goldberg
Second District Convention Big Succes17
6ZH Graduates by Radio18
Building a Super-Heterodyne and Making it Work19
O.A. Kimball
How to Make a 5-Watt Tube Reach Out21
L.W. Hatry
Getting the Transmitter Down to 100 Meters24
S. Kruse
20M Wins Hoover Cup for 192225
Our A.R.R.L. Board of Direction26
Annual Report of the Traffic Manager27
The Operating Deparment34
International Amateur Radio51
Who's Who in Amateur Wireless-----C.H. Stewart, A.A. Hudgins54
With the Affiliated Clubs55
Amateur Radio Stations---8LR, 6NX, 9AVC58
Calls Heard64
Radio Communications by the Amateurs70
Classified Advertisements122
Classified Advertisements132
QST's Index of Advertisers135
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