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Old 1st Jul 2020, 9:10 am   #1
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Sorry, I've added the .pdf file.

In the Peto Scott write-up it also mentions the "3mc/s" bandwidth as in HKS latest restoration.

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Couldn't see it.


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Maybe because we have not joined the Facebook group.

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Absolutely great! Very accurate answers to viewers problems. Thanks for posting. John.
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Very interesting, thanks very much for posting.

I note that the following:

Page 12: the Cosor 927 has a double-pole mains switch whose contacts are bypassed by 1 MOhm resistors to dissipate any static electricity.

Page 13: the Philips TV1437U uses balanced screened feeder: for all the others, feeder is either 80 Ohm coax or unspecified.

Page 28: the Baird C1815 includes an internal aerial (mains) for use in high signal strength areas, as well as an external aerial socket.

P36: at a TV exhibition, the BBC demonstrated a massive 21' x 16' TV picture. No details of the projector used to produce it. Several manufacturers had large screen projecor models for domestic use.

The last page indicates it is a 1954 reprint of a 1953 publication.

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