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Old 1st Apr 2022, 7:08 pm   #1
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Default Library: links to books and magazines

A place to collect together links to on-line resources of books and magazines.

Post them here. Such info is scattered throughout the forum. It seemed to deserve a proper place where those looking could find it.

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Default Re: Library: links to books and magazines

Are these suitable?

https://worldradiohistory.com/

https://frank.pocnet.net/index.html
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Default Re: Library: links to books and magazines

Radtechman suggested this site which kicked-off the idea for the thread:

http://www.tubebooks.org/technical_b...line.htm#Radio

If I copied his post, it would appear before the introduction, as will any pre-existing posts, because of the way the forum software works. So existing good links will need quoting to get them here and still leave the intro at the beginning.

There's a separate thread for data sheets and data books. So that's a good place for an r-type link and AVO VCM data books.

The idea is to help people looking for things.

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Default Re: Library: links to books and magazines

One of my websites, containing a mix of articles, books and other documents etc that may be of interest.

https://www.vintage-radio.info/
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Default Re: Library: links to books and magazines

Top of the list (after World Radio History!) is
https://archive.org/
search for things like 'wireless telegraphy' or 'valve radio'. Even 'microscope' etc. Anything.
I just found : http://w0is.com/miscpages/oldradiobooks.html
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