[AMRadio] FS: Radio Books List Five


Merz Donald S merz.ds at mellon.com
Mon Apr 3 09:44:30 EDT 2006


For Sale: Radio Books List Five. All prices plus $2 US
media mailing. Shipping cost combined on multiple
books.

RF Noise Bridge, Ham Radio Magazine reprint, no
covers, fair. $1

Stoner and Earnshaw, The Transistor Radio Handbook,
Editors and Engineers, 1963 hardback, 175 pages. This
is modeled on the Orr Radio Handbook. So it has
chapters that start with theory and go through
building various ham receiver and transmitter
projects, plus ham test gear. But everything is
transistor-no hollow state. $10

John T. Frye, Radio Receiver Servicing, Sams
paperback, 1st ed., 1955, 186 pages. Excellent
servicing guide. $10

Joseph J. Carr, Secrets of RF Circuit Dsign, Tab,
1997. There is a ton of interesting stuff in this book
and it's very clearly laid out the way all of Carr's
books tend to be. 568 pages. $13

Gavin Electronic Systems, Maverick and Maverick II
tuneable filter instrction sheet. Free.

Hallicrafters T.O. Keyer HA-1 original green
instruction book. Hole-punched. $8

Design of Modern Radio Reciving Sets, by M. B.
Sleeper, 1922, Radio and Model Engineering Series,
Number 1. 50 pages. With cover that says Gimbel
Brothers Radio Headquarters, New York. Oustanding
antique in excellent condition. Great pictures. $45

Radio & Model Engineering magazine set, edited by M.
B. Sleeper, all in nice condition, each magazine is
about 31 pages and has a particular receiver project
as it's main article, plus many other smaller
articles. $60/all. Issues included in this set are 
Feb-March, 1922 Vol 2 #2
April, 1922 Vol 2 #3
May-June, 1922, Vol 2 #4
August, 1922 Vol II, #6
September, 1922 Vol II #7
October, 1922 Vol II #8
November 1922 Vol II #9
December 1922, Vol 2 #10
April, 1923 Vol III #3
May, 1923 Vol III #4

Radio & Model Engineering magazine set, edited by M.
B. Sleeper, all in nice condition, each magazine is
about 31 pages and has a particular receiver project
as it's main article, plus many other smaller
articles. $15/all 3 issues. Issues included in this
set are 
October, 1922 Vol II #8
November 1922 Vol II #9
December 1922, Vol 2 #10

Popular Science Third Radio Annual, Seventh printing,
1946 (originally copyright 1934), light cover wear.
137 pages. Lots of projcts and troubleshooting. Very
nice. $17

Popular Radio magazine, April, 1924, 100 pages. Cover
with many problems at edges and taped at spine. Other
wear. $4

Quaker Electronics Surplus News, August 1975, Vol 1
#1. Newspaper format. This is a catalog of surplus
manuals with large schematics for some popular surplus
radios. $1 each, 2 copies available.

Eldico AM-30 modulator schematic only. Free

Harold S. Black, Bell Laboratories Series, Modulation
Theory, D. Van Nostrand hardback with dust jacket,
1953, 350 pages. Excellent text. $28

The Radio Antenna Handbook, 2nd ed., Radio Magazine,
111 pages, paperback. Undated byut it is 1930's
vintage. Covers dirty and scruffy. $7

Joseph D. Carr, The Radio Hobbyist's Handbook, Tab
hardback, 375 pages, 1st ed., 1982. Excellent. $7

John  Kuecken, How To Measure Anything With Electronic
Instruments, Tab paperback, 1981. 336 pages. $7

John  Kuecken, How To Measure Anything With Electronic
Instruments, Tab HARDback, 1981. 336 pages. $10

Harry D Hooten, Amateur Radio SSB Guide, Sams
paperback, 126 pages, 1968, $6.

Bertram M. Freed, Point-To-Point Resistance Analysis,
Radio Craft Library Number 18, Radio Craft Magazine,
1938, 61 page paperback. Well-done. $8

Harry D. Hooten, Amateur Radio Antenna Handbook, Sams
paperback, 160 pages, 1st. ed., 1962. Pretty well
done. $5

Z. H. Meiksin & Philip C. Thackaray, Electronic Dsign
With Off-The-Shelf Integrated Circuits, Parker, 1980,
360 page hardback with dust jacket, autographed by
Thackaray. $20

Robert L. Goodman, How To Troubleshoot & Repair
Electronic Circuits, Tab hardback, 1st. ed, 1981, 350+
pages. Slightly bent from improper storage. $5

Watson, Welch, Eby, Undertsnading Radio, McGraw-Hill
hardback, 1940, 600 pages. Excellent text. $10

J. Douglas Fortune, Amateur Radio, A Beginner's Guide,
Thordarson Mfg., 1940, hardback. Projects and simple
theory for building a complete station. Very nice. $12

Leo G. Sands, Easy Way To Service Radio Receivers, Tab
hardback, 1968, 170 pages, ex-library, slight spine
damage. $8

Joseph J. Carr, Antenna Data Reference Manual, Tab
paperback, 1st ed., 1979. $10

Ladner & C. R. Stoner, Short Wave Wireless
Communication, 4th ed., John Wiley, 1942, hardback
with torn just jacket, 525 pages, Extra-nice text. $12

Thomas M. Adams, Radio Circuits, Sams paperback, 1963,
160 pages. This does ananysis of currents in popular
circuits, using color-coded flow to trace the currents
in circuit diagrams. Actually pretty interesting. $5

Art Seidman, CQ Antenna Roundup, CQ, 1963, paperback,
155 pages. Good. $5

Rider, John, Vacuum Tube VoltMeters, Rider, 1951. 180
page hardback with dust jacket, worth it for the
way-cool dust jacket alone. $10

Rider, John, Alternating Currents in Radio Receivers,
937 hardback, Rider, 91 pages. $8

Rider, John, The Cathode Ray Tube At Work, Rider, 1955
hardback, 325 pages, stain on cover. $8

RCA Transmitting Tube Manual TT-4, 1956, loose covers
and pages. $5

RCA RC-14 Receiving Tube Manual, 1940, cover corner
chip and covers dirty. $5

RCA RC-26 Receiving Tube Manual, covers dirty. $9

Robert L Goodman, Tab Double Hardback, 600+ pages,
Practical Troubleshooting With The Modern Oscilloscope
and Practical Troubleshooting With Modern Electronic
Test Instruments, 1st ed., 1979. Impressive. $10

1935 Radio Man's Guide, Radio News, 1935, Lawrence M.
Cockaday, ed. This is 60 pages in a large, magazine
format with receiver projects and ham refernece notes,
plus some test gear projects, etc. robably extracts
from Radio News. Good pictures and diagrams. Cover
spine has been taped. $8

Electro-Voice 1957 catalog. Mostly microphones. 30
pages, large format. $10

Philco, Single Sideband Communicatons, 1957, 140 page
paperback, covers beat-up. Complete theory up through
maintenance. Page 118 has a super photo of 3
Hammarlund Super-Pros SP-600 in a 3-receiver diversity
setup. $10

Thanks for looking.
73, Don Merz, N3RHT
 
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