BVWS Bulletin Volume 20, Number 4 (August 1995)
Front cover: A bakelite Philco 527 “People's Set” of 1937.
Back cover: Detail of a Pilot U385 superhet receiver of 1937.
|52||The Philco People's Set.
|A discussion with Gerrald Wells on the design of the People's Set, including models 444 and 333.|
|54||Valves: What They Do And How They Do It.
|The triode as a detector and the use of reaction.|
|56||Notes on Piano-Keys.
|Restoring AM.FM receivers with push-button tuning.|
|A circa 1926 receiver manufactured in Finland.|
|62||The Story Of Pilot Radio.
|The products of Pilot during the 1930's and 1940's, including their sub-100$ television.|
|65||An Early Radiogram.
|review of the a P radiogram of 1930|
|66||Letters: Radio Instruments.
|A brief description of a receiver designed for river-side reception of the Oxford and Cambridge boat race commentary,|