BVWS Bulletin Volume 16, Number 3 (September 1991)
Front cover: A 1929 Burton 'Empire Two' two-valve receiver with innovative cabinet design, similar to the German 'Blaupunkt VIII'.
|29||Inventor Extraordinairel: David Hughs.
|Inventor of the microphone and “discoverer of radio waves”.|
|34||The Classics: Philips 2511.
|A set voted best of show at the Radiolympia in 1929.|
|38||Letters (The Interdyne).
|Another obscure invention by Dr. Robinson, a twin-anode triode used in the 'Interdyne' receiver of circa 1927.|