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100 1  Miller, Charles E.|q(Charles Edward)|0
245 10 Valve radio and audio repair handbook /|cChas. E. Miller.
       |h[O'Reilly electronic resource] 
246 14 Valve radio & audio repair handbook 
250    2nd ed. 
260    Oxford :|bNewnes,|c2000. 
300    1 online resource (x, 270 pages) :|billustrations 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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500    Previous edition: published as Practical handbook of valve
       radio repair. London : Newnes Technical, 1982. 
500    Includes index. 
505 0  Front Cover; Dedication; Valve Radio and Audio Repair 
       Handbook; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; Part
       1:; Chapter 1. Basic facts you need to know about 
       electricity and magnetism; Electricity from batteries; 
       Electricity and magnetism; Induction and transformers; 
       Practical transformers; Auto-transformers; Transformers 
       and DC; To sum up; Chapter 2. What you need to know about 
       voltage, current, resistance and Ohm's law; Chapter 3. 
       What you need to know about real life resistors; Standard 
       values; Resistors in series and parallel; Series/parallel 
       resistors and wattage. 
505 8  What do resistors do in radio sets?Variable resistors; 
       Chapter 4. What you need to know about condensers; 
       Electrolytic condensers; Leakage current and re-forming; 
       Condensers and AC voltages; Variable condensers; Pre-set 
       condensers; Yes, but what do condensers do?; Chapter 5. 
       What you need to know about tuning; A use for the acceptor
       circuit; Frame aerials; Air cores and iron dust cores; 
       Permeability tuning; Ferrite rods; Chapter 6. What you 
       need to know about valves (1); Valve characteristics; 
       Chapter 7. What you need to know about valves (2); The 
       triode as oscillator. 
505 8  Chapter 8. What you need to know about the principles of 
       transmission and receptionSidebands; Receiver principles; 
       Chapter 9. Practical receiver design (1): battery operated
       TRFs; Sharp cut-off versus variable mu; Extending the 
       tuning range; Improving the output; Automatic Grid Bias; 
       Chapter 10. Mains valves and power supplies; Cathode bias;
       Types of mains valves; Negative smoothing; 'Swinging 
       choke' smoothing; Directly or indirectly heated?; The 
       voltage doubler; Isolated chassis; Different mains 
       supplies; AC/DC receivers; Barretters; Rectifiers in AC/DC
       receivers; 'Live' chassis. 
505 8  Part AC-only setsAppendix; Chapter 11. What you need to 
       know about the superhet; Keeping the local oscillator in 
       step; Automatic volume control; An alternative delay 
       method; The 'short' superhet; A good basis for study; 
       Reflex amplifiers; Part superhets; Battery superhets; 
       Appendix; Chapter 12. Some more special features found in 
       superhets; Tuning indicators; Automatic tuning; Motor 
       tuning; Automatic frequency control; Silence between 
       stations; Amplified AVe; Push-pull output; Better tone 
       control systems; Band-spread short wave tuning; The double
       superhet; 'Television sound' 
505 8  Chapter 13. Battery and mains/battery portable 
       receivers'All-dry' portables; Miniature valves; Chapter 
       14. Automobile receivers; Negative or positive earthing; 
       Constructional aspects; Permeability tuning; Some unusual 
       sets and features; AM/FM automobile receivers; Chapter 15.
       Frequency modulation; Some aspects of FM receiver design; 
       De-emphasis; Design aspects of British FM receivers; Part 
       2:; Chapter 16. Tools for servicing radio receivers; 
       Solder 'guns'; Solder; What about instruments?; What 
       ranges are required?; The ohms-per-volt game; What does 
       ohms-per-volt mean inpractice? 
520    This book is not only an essential read for every 
       professional working with antique radio and gramophone 
       equipment, but also dealers, collectors and valve 
       technology enthusiasts the world over. The emphasis is 
       firmly on the practicalities of repairing and restoring, 
       so technical content is kept to a minimum, and always 
       explained in a way that can be followed by readers with no
       background in electronics. Those who have a good grounding
       in electronics, but wish to learn more about the practical
       aspects, will benefit from the emphasis given to hands-on 
       repair work, covering mechanical as. 
590    O'Reilly|bO'Reilly Online Learning: Academic/Public 
       Library Edition (EZproxy Access) 
590    O'Reilly|bO'Reilly Online Learning: Academic/Public 
       Library Edition 
650  0 Radio|xRepairing|vHandbooks, manuals, etc. 
650  0 Radio|xReceivers and reception|vHandbooks, manuals, etc. 
650  7 ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES|xRadios & Televisions.|2bisacsh 
650  7 Radio|xReceivers and reception.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01087124 
650  7 Radio|xRepairing.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01087137 
655  4 Electronic books. 
655  7 Handbooks and manuals.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01423877 
700 1  Miller, Charles E.|q(Charles Edward).|tPractical handbook 
       of valve radio repair. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aMILLER, CHAS.|tValve Radio and Audio 
       Repair Handbook.|dBurlington : Elsevier Science, ©2000
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