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Old radio magazines and publications.

1926. Successful Wireless Reception.

by Paul D Tyres. Our oldest publication.

Successful Wireless Reception. 1926 Successful Wireless Reception. 1926

Successful Wireless Reception. 1926 Successful Wireless Reception. 1926

Successful Wireless Reception. 1926 Successful Wireless Reception. 1926

No mains power in those days. As you can see only low voltage batteries were used.



Radio For The Million. September 1928.

Radio For The Million.

Radio For The Million.

Radio For The Million.

The Radio Owners Magazine. Vol. 2 No 4.
Another very early radio magazine and a couple of interesting pages.



The BBC Hand Book for 1929.

BBC Hand Book 1929. BBC Hand Book 1929.

BBC Hand Book 1929.

BBC Hand Book 1929. BBC Hand Book 1929.

BBC Hand Book 1929. BBC Hand Book 1929.

BBC Hand Book 1929. BBC Hand Book 1929.

In 1929 very few people had electric power in their home and so the same of batteries was required. Radio batteries
could be taken to a local electrical shop to be re-charged. There was no television in 1929 and the even the
number of radio stations was limited. One company quotes "Why we guarantee 20 stations" This book is full of
information about radio programs and there are many technical articles but it is the adverts which tend
to be the most interesting.



1946. Wireless World. July 1946

Wireless World. July. 1946

There is an excellent picture of a BBC camera on the front on this magazine.

Wireless World. September 1948

Wireless World. September 1948

There is an excellent picture of a BBC camera on the front on this magazine.



Practical Wireless magazine. May 1962

Practical Wireless magazine. May 1962

Here in the 1962 edition, there is a valve radio and a transistor radio on the front cover. It is
interesting as at the start of the 1960s valves gave way to transistors in radio sets.

Practical Wireless magazine. March 1963

Practical Wireless magazine. March 1963

This is an interesting magazine as the main feature details a turntable with parallel tracking.
The idea is to eliminate tracking error due to the tone arm taking a curved patch over the record.

Practical Wireless magazine. July 1965

Practical Wireless magazine. July 1965

This was not a donation. I bought it in 1965.

Practical Wireless magazine. March 1968

Practical Wireless March 1968

Featuring build your own Rhodian portable tape recorder.

Practical Wireless magazine. May 1968

Practical Wireless May 1968

Featuring build your own pocket portable radio.

Practical Wireless magazine. August 1969

Practical Wireless August 1969

Featuring a 3 band portable radio.



The Radio Constructor magazine. March 1968

Radio Constructor magazine.

Featuring an FM radio.



Old Ultra radio leaflet.

Old Ultra radio leaflet.

Old Ultra radio leaflet.

Old Ultra radio leaflet.

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Link to our main site. Satellite TV.

Rewind Museum is sponsored by Vision International. Note. One of our businesses, Vision International (established 1991)
sponsors Rewind Museum and Satellite Museum including financial support for this web site. Vision International
is one of a group of businesses which we have in the field of Satellite TV.

Vu plus satellite receivers 60cm Clear dish

Tune in an extra 10,000 channels? Watch the world? Links to some of the Satellite Superstore pages are below,

Sky Receivers Freesat Receivers All satellite receivers Fixed Dishes Transparent Dishes Motorised systems LNBs
Multiswitches Caravan satellite Satellite finder meters Installation equipment. Catalogue of all satellite products.

Rewind Museum web site is maintained on a non-profit making voluntary basis.
Our main business website is at www.satellitesuperstore.com.
Our main business is satellite TV and we are a specialist satellite company. We
supply satellite goods in the UK and worldwide including fixed and motorised satellite
systems, multiswitches, instrumentation, accessories and installation equipment.




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