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ARRL QST 1923 May

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ARRL QST 1923 May
Who's Who in Amateur Wireless0
The Losses of 200-Meter Antennas7
Stuart Ballantine
Topics in Brief11
The Second National Radio Conference12
Multiple-Tuned Antennas15
Young, Newell, Smeby
Receiving Loop Desing17
How to Measure Antenna Resistance and Capacty18
Albert F. Murray
The Perfect Aerial23
M. Adaire Garmhausen
Some Tests of Amateur Antenna Insulators24
General Antenna References29
What I Found Out About Sending Aerials30
John L. Reinartz
How Long Shall We Make Our Antennas?31
The Murphys Build a Mast34
F.M.J. Murphy
Loops for Sending38
The Antenna to Ground40
Notes on the Resistance of Receiving Antenna43
John C. Warner
What Antenna Wire?45
C.P. Sweeny
Your Station According to Underwriters46
Laboratory Oscillators47
White, Walls
Wouldn't This Make an " Ampere-Hound" Sad?49
Amateur Radio Again Proves Its Worth50
The Operating Deparment53
The Junior Operator64
New Apparatus69
Who's Who in Amateur Wireless71
P.E. Wiggin, Wm. D.Wood
Radio Communications by the Amateurs72
Calls Heard----Including the Short-Wave Tests75
Classified Advertisements132
QST's Index of Advertisers135
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