Wireless World Diary, 1933

Made:
1933 in City of London

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'Wireless World' diary for 1933, published by Iliffe and Sons Limited, City of London, England, 1933.

‘Wireless World' was a magazine aimed at amateur radio enthusiasts. Launching in 1913, a little under a decade before the first BBC broadcasts in 1922, the magazine offered a forum for radio enthusiasts to share their experiences and expertise. This diary was published in 1933 and included circuit diagrams, useful formulae, and practical hints and tips, as well as noting important dates in transmission technology, such as the first International Wireless Conference and the anniversary of the death of Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922).

Details

Category:
Radio Communication
Object Number:
1975-188
type:
diary
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
  • journal - account
credit:
Donated by C. J. Watson