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1920s Radio Applause Cards
Back in the 1920s, the penny postcard quickly became the preferred medium by broadcast radio stations for listener reports.
The Radio Station that Bridge Built
A fun historical look at how radio broadcasts promoted the game of Bridge.
“Just the (radio) FAX, Ma’am”
During the Great Depression, an engineer named William G.H. Finch applied for his first patent for his simple and low-cost system for transmitting and receiving facsimile (now known as FAX) by radio.
The Colossus of Radio
Meet Crosley Radio Corporation’s 1936 “WLW Model Super-Power Radio Receiver.”
The Man Who Invented The Future
Hugo Gernsback was the world’s first futurist — one who not only speculated about the future, but also worked to make it happen.
Wirespondence, Serial Bluetooth with a Micro, Analog Front End, AM/FM Receiver Restoration
Analog Waves from Digital Signals, DIY Electric Scooter, The Solar Alternative, Driving LEDs with a Microcontroller
Selected questions from past Q&A columns.
Need to brush up on your electronics principles? These multi-part series may be just what you need!