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Remembering the Crystal Radio

Remembering the Crystal Radio

By David Goodsell    View In Digital Edition  


In this article, I’d like to share how the primitive crystal sets of the ‘50s and ‘60s worked and hopefully stir some distant memories for those of you who also built one of these mysterious listening devices. I also hope that you’ll consider introducing your kids and/or grandkids to the world of crystal sets.

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