NZVRS Bulletin Index

The following is a brief index of the NZVRS Bulletins.

These items are available for a minimal charge from the NZVRS Librarian.

 

Bulletin number (Volume / issue)

 

Article Outlines / Details

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28/4

SOUTHERN SOUNDINGS. PETE INGRAM

28/4

SPUTNIK � 50 YEARS AGO 4 OCTOBER 1957 DAVID CROZIER

28/4

A SKYSCRAPER TALE. MURRAY DICK THE SERVICEMAN WHO TELLS

28/4

THE OTHER SIDE � TV RECEIVERS OF 1959. IAN SANGSTER

28/4

KERRIDGE ODEON SUBMISSION ON TV, TV TEST AT AUCKLAND, 22 JUNE 1959
ULTIMATE RADIO 1936 LTD TV DEMONSTRATION

28/4

HMV FIRST TV, AUCKLAND
TV COVERAGE MAP,

28/4

EARLY TELEVISION HISTORY IN NZ RON WEDDELL

28/4

BBC WORLD SERVICE 75TH ANNIVERSARY

28/4

THE FIRST 1YA 1932 NZ RADIO GUIDE AND CALLBOOK

28/4

IYA IN SYMONDS ST, AUCKLAND. W J TRUSCOTT FROM THE RADIO
RECORD 1936

28/4

BRUNSWICK MODEL 12 FOUND. PAUL BURT

28/4

ERIC BATTERSHILL, 1913 JUNIOR LEADER. DAVID CROZIER

28/4

MY START IN TRANSFORMERS. BILL FARMER

28/4

OBITUARY. BILL FARMER

28/3

VALVE GLOW TIPS FROM SYLVANNA. REG MOTION

28/3

ZC1 INITIAL PLANNING MEETING (CIRCA 1942) SUMMARY

28/3

HEMITANGI RADIO PART 3. GEORGE KING

28/3

RADIO REPAIR CRADLE DAVID FAHY INVENTIVE AID

28/3

AUCKLAND MEETING CRYSTAL SETS – PHOTOS

28/3

POWER SUPPLY FROM DON BESWICK

28/3

AUSTRALIA COLLECTABLES � SOME VALUE IN
RADIO

28/3

JACK OF ALL TRADES � SAM LOWE. GRAEME LEA

28/3

AKRAD WO POSTSCRIPT. WARWICK WOODS

28/3

CHRISTCHURCH REPORT FROM PETE INGRAM

28/3

TAIT CENTURY 102 CIRCUIT

28/3

OBITUARY. ERNA STOKES. ANGUS TAIT

28/2

REGULATED POWER SUPPLIES. RODNEY CHAMPNESS

28/2

SERVICING HINTS. MURRAY STEVENSON

28/2

ADMIRALTY B50 RX. DES WRIGHT

28/2

COMPONENTS PART 2. GEORGE NEWLANDS

28/2

HIMITANGI RADIO PART 2. GEORGE KING

28/2

HANGING HORROR ULTIMATE RBP. IAN SANGSTER

28/2

OBITUARY DES MCNICOL

28/2

HRSA 25TH BIRTHDAY REPORT. JACK
WHITTAKER

28/2

AGM COMPETION WINNER CRYSTAL SET
.
COLIN BOWRING

28/2

NZVRS FIELD TRIP TO THE HENDERSON TRANSMISSION HALL

28/2

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE JOHN COLINS GARAGE SALE

28/2

NZVRS AGM 2007 UPDATE

28/1

SIXTY YEARS AGO IN NEW ZEALAND
– DICK STEVENSON – REMINISCENCES OF RADIO IN DICK’S� BOYHOOD DAYS

28/1

AN EARLY FEDERAL RADIO –
ARTHUR WILLIAMS – SCHEMATIC AND DESCRIPTION OF THE TUNER AND DETECTOR PANELS.

28/1

ON THE PURPOSE, FUNCTION AND
VALUE OF COMPONENTS – Pt 1 – GEORGE NEWLANDS – WHAT THE ITEMS IN A SIMPLE SET
ARE THERE FOR.

28/1

CAMPBELL ISLAND IONOSONDE – PETE INGRAM – COVERS SOME OF THE
AUTHORS EXPERIENCES WITH THIS INSTRUMENT.

28/1

INDEX TO VOLUMES 24 TO 27
OF THE NZVRS BULLETIN

28/1

THE FREQUENCIES USED BY
EARLY NZ BROADCASTING STATION – REG MOTION – 1923, 1929 & 1931 LISTINGS

28/1

HANDLING SEMICONDUCTORS –
CLIFF MAXWELL – PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN WHEN WORKING WITH SEMICONDUCTORS

28/1

NEWS FROM CHRISTCHURCH – PETE
INGRAM

28/1

HIMATANGI RADIO
TRANSMITTING STATION – Pt. 1 – GEORGE KING – COVERS THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THIS
HF STATION BY THE NZ POST OFFICE.

27/4

A RESTORATION CHALLENGE.
GEORGE KING – EXTENSIVE WORK ON A� 1926
“DACOMA 5″� BATTERY
RECEIVER

27/4

REGULATED POWER SUPPLIES
FOR THE WORKBENCH. JOHN WALKER -�
CONSTRUCTIONAL DETAILS FOR TWO VALVE REGULATED SUPPLIES��

27/4

POST OFFICE RADIO DEPOT, HAMILTON – PART 2.� KEN GRAHAM�
– INSTALLATIONS AND STAFFING

27/4

THE RCA 155 CATHODE-RAY
OSCILLOGRAPH. GRAEME LEA. – PHOTOS AND DETAILS

27/4

TUNERS AND CALL SIGNS.
DICK STEVENSON – EARLY RF TUNER DESIGN AND ASSIGNMENT OF CALL SIGNS

27/4

HALVING THE ZC1. DON BESWICK
– SALVAGING THE RECEIVER FROM A ZCI TRANSCEIVER

27/4

VINTAGE MODEL OR FM TUNER
– E DEXTER.� EXPLORES WHAT IS GOOD
TONAL REPRODUCTION AND DISCUSSES FACTORS INFLUENCING IT

27/3

HAMILTON RADIO DEPOT – PART 1.� KEN GRAHAM – HISTORY OF TH IS POST OFFICE
RADIO DEPOT ESTABLISHED IN 1957

27/3

DESCRIPTION AND SOME
HISTORY OF THE ARC TRANSMITTER. GEORGE NEWLANDS – THEORY OF OPERATION AND
PAST HISTORY OF USAGE ETC.

27/3

DE LUXE SUPERHET. JACK WHITTAKER
– SCHEMATIC AND DESCRIPTION OF AN 18 VALVE RECEIVER DESIGN OF 1937

27/3

SOME FINER POINTS OF
VALVE OPERATION. PETER LANKSHEAR – VALVE BIASING METHODS – SCREEN SUPPLIES.

27/3

MAGIC-EYE� TESTER. MURRAY STEVENSON – DESIGN FOR AN INSTRUMENT
TO TEST MAGIC-EYE TUBES.

27/3

EARLY HISTORY OF AWARUA
RADIO. HENRY OSBORNE – SIGNIFICANT EVENTS IN THE HISTORY OF THAT RADIO
STATION.

27/3

RESTORATION OF FRONT
PANELS, LABELS AND DIALS.� KEVIN
POULTER – USING A COMPUTER FOR THIS PURPOSE.

27/2

TARANAKI OPEN WEEKEND – PHOTOS

27/2

THE FIRST FLYING DOCTOR SERVICE RADIOS – RODNEY
CHAMPNESS – PHOTOS AND DIAGRAMS OF THE EQUIPMENT WITH HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

27/2

MAKARA RADIO RECEIVING STATION – PART 3.� GEORGE KING – FREQUENCY MEASUREMENT,
SERVICE UPGRADES, HOUSING OF STAFF

27/2

TRIODE AND CATHODE RAY DISPLAY UNIT – ROD OSBORNE –
AWA VALVE COMPANY DEMONSTRATION UNIT – DESCRIPTION WITH PHOTOS

27/2

DESIGN FOR A CUSTOM BUILT RADIO – CEDRIC SUTHERLAND
– SIMPLE SIX VALVE DESIGN FOR HOME CONSTRUCTION

27/2

LONG DISTANCE TELEVISION – DICK STEVENSON –
EXPERIENCES OF AN ENTHUSIAST IN BRITAIN FORTY YEARS AGO.

27/2

AGM 2006 – REPORT ON PROCEEDINGS WITH HIKER’S ONE
COMPETITION RESULTS AND PICTURES

27/2

1920S ERA
RADIO BUILDING
BLOCKS – JOHN WALKER – PHOTOS AND REQUEST FOR IDENTIFICATION

27/1

MAKARA RADIO PART 2 –
GEORGE KING – CONTINUING DEVELOPMENT OF FACILITIES AT THE STATION.

27/1

RADIO DESIGN VARIATIONS –
JACK WHITTAKER – REFLECTIONS ON DIFFERENCES IN DESIGN OF TWO DOMESTIC
RECEIVERS.

27/1

R J ORBELL -� A BRIEF BIOGRAPHY OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER OF
RADIO (1936) LTD.

27/1

RADIO IN RETROSPECT – R J
ORBELL HIGH LIGHTS SOME IMPORTANT RADIO EVENTS IN NZ IN THE 1900 – 1950
PERIOD

27/1

MURRAY TYPE PRINTING MULTIPLEX� -� A
BRIEF NOTE ON DONALD MURRAY WHO DEVELOPED THIS MACHINE PRINTING SYSTEM

27/1

LINEAGE OF THE SCR AND
ARC-5 EQUIPMENTS.� DETAILS OF THESE
EQUIPMENTS AND THEIR USAGE

27/1

OBITUARY� – RAY KELLY FOUNDATION MEMBER OF THE
HISTORICAL RADIO SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA

27/1

“EF50” THE
VALVE THAT WON THE WAR – DICK STEVENSON – HISTORY OF ITS DEVELOPMENT.

26/4

RCA DID MAKE AN OCTAL 2.5V
TUBE – PETER LANKSHEAR – REQUEST FOR REASON TYPE 1619 VALVE WAS PRODUCED

26/4

MAKARA RADIO RECEIVING
STATION� PT. 1- GEORGE KING –
DESCRIPTION OF THIS STATION IN ITS EARLY DEVELOPMENT

26/4

RANDOM THOUGHTS ON
SERVICING A VALVE CHASSIS – GEORGE NEWLANDS – PROBLEMS AND THEIR SOLUTIONS

26/4

DESIGN APPRECIATION IN
HOBBY ACTIVITIES – JACK WHITTAKER – ON APPRECIATION OF THE ELECTRICAL AND
MECHANICAL DESIGN OF EQUIPMENT

26/4

CHRISTCHURCH RADIO PRESERVATION SOCIETY
– PETE INGRAM – DESCRIPTION OF WORK OF THIS SOCIETY AT FERRYMEAD

26/4

BOOK REVIEWS – THE TAMING
OF DISTANCE AND ANTIQUE RADIO RESTORATION GUIDE

26/4

THE BEAM TETRODE – DICK
STEVENSON – DEVELOPMENT OF THIS TUBE IN USA
AND EUROPE

26/4

SPARK TO ARC – S. K.
WALLACE -� OPERATION AND HISTORY OF THE
POULSEN ARC TRANSMITTER

26/4

ADVENTURES OF A
TRAVELLING RADIO MAN -� BILL HEINZ – AT
GODLEY HEAD , MICROWAVESYSTEM OPENING AND ON INSTALLATION AT TURANGI

26/3

ADVENTURES OF A
TRAVELLING RADIOMAN – PART5.�� BILL
HEINZ. EXPERIENCES DURING SERVICING AND INSTALLATION WORK.

26/3

THE HIKER’S ONE.� PETER LANKSHEAR.� HISTORY AND EXPERIENCES WITH CONSTRUCTION
OF THIS SET.

26/3

GETTING IT TOGETHER.
PETER LANKSHEAR.� TESTING AND REALIGNING� OF RADIOS OF THE 1930/50 PERIOD

26/3

REPAIR WORK.� PETER LANKSHEAR.� INTRODUCTORY NOTES ON SERVICING� RADIOS OF THE 1930/50 PERIOD.

26/3

VALVES. PETER
LANKSHEAR.� PROBLEMS IN SERVICING

26/3

POTENTIOMETERS. PETER
LANKSHEAR.� PROBLEMS IN SERVICING

26/3

RESISTORS.� PETER LANKSHEAR.� PROBLEMS IN SERVICING

26/3

CAPACITORS. PETER
LANKSHEAR.� PROBLEMS IN SERVICING

26/3

RF COILS. PETER
LANKSHEAR.� PROBLEMS IN SERVICING.

26/3

IF TRANSFORMERS. PETER
LANKSHEAR.� PROBLEMS IN SERVICING.

26/3

LOUDSPEAKERS.� PETER LANKSHEAR.� PROBLEMS IN SERVICING.

26/3

AUDIO TRANSFORMERS. PETER
LANKSHEAR.� PROBLEMS IN SERVICING.

26/3

POWER TRANSFORMERS. PETER
LANKSHEAR.� PROBLEMS IN SERVICING.

26/2

CABINET REFURBISHING.� ROD OSBORNE. FULL DESCRIPTION OF METHODS
SUITABLE FOR USE IN NEW
ZEALAND.

26/2

GENERAL PURPOSE HT/LT
POWER SUPPLIES. JOHN R L WALKER.�
DESIGNING POWER SUPPLIES USING SCRAP BOX PARTS.

26/2

ADVENTURES OF A
TRAVELLING RADIOMAN – PART 4.�� BILL
HEINZ. SERVICING MOUNTAIN HUT EQUIPMENT.

26/2

A SOLID STATE
FILTER CHOKE OR FIELD COIL REPLACEMENT. LEIGH BASSETT.� SIMPLE CIRCUIT USING SEMI-CONDUCTOR
TECHNOLOGY.

26/2

THE CANADIAN MARCONI
CSR-5 IN ACTION.� PETER LANKSHEAR.� USE OF THIS RECEIVER AT QUARTZ HILL CIRCA
1950/60

26/2

THE DELIGHT OF REVISITING
TUBE AUDIO.� JACK WHITTAKER.� DESIGNING VALVED AUDIO AMPLIFIERS.

26/2

GAS-FILLED VALVES. DICK
STEVENSON.� THEIR USES AND
CHARACTERISTICS.

26/2

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.
FROM A “BETTER HALF’. BULLETIN COVER PAGE. BULLETIN CHANGES.� BELL
‘GENERAL ‘ RADIOS.

26/1

SOLID STATE MAGIC
EYES.� PHOTO AND DESCRIPTION OF
SUBSTITUTE CONTAINER DEVISED BY GEORGE NEWLANDS.

26/1

THE MUSINGS OF A NEW BOY
ON THE BLOCK.� DAVID CHAPPLE.� NEEDS OF A NEWCOMER TO VINTAGE RADIO AND
POSSIBLE WAYS OF MEETING THEM.

26/1

LETTERS TO THE
EDITOR.� BULLETIN COVER PAGE.� RADIO AND LADIES. MILITARY RADIO NUMBERING.
WW2 SW SETS.� THE AUSTRALASIAN PLUG.

26/1

MAKING VALVE BASE
ADAPTORS. MURRAY
STEVENSON.� CONSTRUCTIONAL DETAILS.

26/1

ADVENTURES OF A
TRAVELLING RADIOMAN- PART 3. BILL HEINZ.�
ASSIGNMENTS ON THE WEST
COAST,� OPENING OF HAAST PASS ROAD.

26/1

INFLATION AND
OBFUSCATION. PETER LANKSHEAR.� DESCRIPTION
OF SOME TRICKS TO REDUCE AND TO INCREASE VALVE COUNTS IN RADIOS.

26/1

A MYTH EXPLODED. GEORGE
NEWLANDS.� AUTHORS EFFORT TO USE CAR
BULBS AS DIODE RECTIFIERS FOR RF.

26/1

BILL’S 870.� PETER LANKSHEAR.� HISTORY OF AN EDDYSTONE 870 RECEIVER MODIFIED� BY BILL
FARMER TO RUN OFF 230V AC MAINS.

26/1

BAY OF PLENTY GROUP
END-OF-YEAR MEETING. GORDON BAKER. DESCRIPTION WITH PHOTOS.

26/1

THE JOHNSEN-RAHBEK
LOUDSPEAKER. DICK STEVENSON.� DIAGRAMS AND
DESCRIPTION OF THIS VINTAGE MECHANICAL AMPLIFYING SPEAKER.

26/1

FROM MY COLLECTION. THE
MARCONI CSR-5, TYPE 110-930. JOHN WALKER.�
DESCRIPTION AND PHOTOS.

26/1

 BELL “GENERAL” RADIOS.� CLIFF MAXWELL.� HISTORY OF BELLS ALLIANCE
WITH GENERAL RADIO OF JAPAN
AND THE “GENERAL” RADIOS.

25/4

FIVE TUBE TRF RECEIVER. PETER BYAM. CONSTRUCTIONAL
DETAILS OF A VALVED AMATEUR BAND RECEIVER FOR AM, CW AND SSB.

25/4

COLUMBUS MODEL 75. MARK SMITH. HISTORY OF
THE DEVELOPMENT AND THE PRINCIPAL STAFF INVOLVED INCLUDING FRED GREEN, BOB
RICHARDS & STAN DALLAS.

25/4

RESTORATION OF A COLUMBUS MODEL 90X. GRAHAM DONALDSON. SET
FOUND IN AUSTRALIA.
RESTORATION DETAILS.

25/4

RESTORATION OF A MARCONI “OCEANSPAN” MARINE
TRANSMITTER. DAVID SMITH. PHOTOS, DESCRIPTION AND DETAILS.

25/4

SERVICING A GEC BRT 402 E. GEORGE NEWLANDS. DETAILS
OF PROBLEMS SOLVED IN RESTORING THIS COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVER.

25/4

THE EARLY DOUBLE GRID VALVES. DICK STEVENSON. VALVES
USING A SECOND GRID TO REDUCE THE SPACE CHARGE THUS DECREASING THE NECESSARY
ANODE VOLTAGE

25/4

GOLDEN KNIGHT CONSOLE CIRCA 1930. IAN SANGSTER.
RESTORATION DETAILS.

25/3

SIR AMBROSE J FLEMING – CENTENARY OF THE FLEMING
VALVE. GERRY BILLMAN. PHOTOS AND BRIEF HISTORY OF FLEMING AND HIS VALVE.

25/3

FIELD WIRELESS SET ZC8 MARK 1. REG MOTION. PART
COPY OF MANUAL INCLUDING SPECIFICATION, OPERATIONAL INSTRUCTIONS, DRAWINGS
AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAM.

25/3

THE GOLDEN YEARS OF RADIO. PETER INGRAM.
REMINISCENCES OF EARLY RADIO BROADCASTING.

25/3

THE CABINETMAKERS SKILL. GRAEME LEA. A BRIEF
PORTRAIT OF SAM LOWE WITH DESCRIPTION AND PHOTOS OF SOME OF HIS
RECONSTRUCTION WORK.

25/3

FROM MY COLLECTION – JOHN R L WALKER. THE GRUNDIG
HF 35 TUNER AMPLIFIER. DESCRIPTION, PHOTOS AND PART CIRCUIT.

25/3

THE AUSTRALASIAN 3 PIN PLUG – PART 8. MURRAY STEVENSON – CORD
BODY AND MOUNTED TYPES OF SOCKETS. PHOTOS, DESCRIPTION AND HISTORY.

25/3

ZC2 YES/NO?. REG MOTION.
PHOTOS AND DESCRIPTION OF A PARTLY DISSEMBLED UNIT WHICH CARRIED A TAG NAMING
IT AS A ZC2.

25/3

PHOTOS OF TWO VINTAGE RADIO ACTIVITIES IN AUCKLAND. IAN SANGSTER.

25/3

A SOLUTION OF THE MAGIC EYE PROBLEM. CLIFF WRIGHT.
USE OF LED’S IN A SEMICONDUCTOR CIRCUIT TO SIMULATES
A MAGIC EYE VALVE.

25/3

SIGNAL FROM SPACE. REPRINT OF A HUMOROUS ARTICLE BY
DENNIS FRATER AND FIRST PUBLISHED IN “BREAK-IN” OF FEB 1960.

25/3

PHOTO OF SENIOR STAFF MEMBERS AT THE LAUNCH OF THE
THORN TX9 TV SERIES IN THE MID 1970S.

25/2

THE ALEXANDERSON ALTERNATOR. DIAGRAM, DESCRIPTION,
HISTORY

25/2

RADIO CORP AND THE CLAIM OF “WORLD
FIRST”. REG MOTION. RE-EXAMINATION.

25/2

STRINGING DIAL CORD DRIVES. SUGGESTED PROCEDURES,
MATERIALS

25/2

MODIFIED EDDYSTONE S.924 “SLAB” POWER
UNIT. JOHN R L WALKER. CHANGES TO HAVE DIAL LIGHTS ON CONTINUOUSLY.

25/2

THE LEIBEN-REISZ RELAY. DICK STEVENSON.
DESCRIPTION, PHOTO, CIRCUIT

25/2

A SELF-CONTAINED 67.5 VOLT B BATTERY
FOR PORTABLES. TONY MAHER. DESCRIPTION, CONSTRUCTION, PARTS LIST.

25/2

Q-MAX G5/10X COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVER. JOHN R L
WALKER. PHOTOS, DESCRIPTION.

25/2

THE AKRAD WO SERIES. IAN SANGSTER. PHOTOS, DESCRIPTION
OF THE AKRAD 5WO

25/2

THE SCANDAL OF NZ BROADCASTING. REPRINT OF BOOKLET
PUBLISHED AT TIME OF DISPUTE OVER “B” CLASS STATIONS.

25/2

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. NZVRS BULLETIN, PERFORMANCE.
A SET FOR THE GRANDSON , HIKERS TWO. OLD MARCONI HF
SIGNAL GENERATOR. DETAILS SOUGHT.

25/1

A LITTLE FRENCH FLAIR. GRAEME LEA. SOCIETE
FRANCAISE RADIO TYPE RU 93. PHOTOS, DESCRIPTION.

25/1

THE LOFTIN-WHITE AMPLIFIER; AN EARLY ATTEMPT AT
HI-FI. DICK STEVENSON. CIRCUITS, DESCRIPTION, ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES.

25/1

BUILDING THE LOFTIN-WHITE AMPLIFIER. E H L LOFTIN
AND S Y WHITE. CIRCUIT AND PHOTO. CONTRUCTIONAL DETAILS.

25/1

GERMAN PROPAGANDA RECEIVERS OF THE THIRD REICH – PART
2. JEREMY STEVENS. CIRCUIT OVERVIEW, IMPROVING PERFORMANCE WITH A PRE-AMP.

25/1

NEW YORK WANDERINGS. DON STRANGE. TIME
TRAVEL TO NEW YORK
OF THE MID 1920S, RADIO AND GRAMAPHONE SHOPS VISITED.

25/1

SPLITDORF MODEL RV695, 1923 6 VALVE BATTERY SET. GERRY BILLMAN. PHOTOS, CIRCUIT,
RESTORATION.

25/1

A VALVE TESTER FOR THE AMATEUR. J H INDER.
CIRCUITS, DESCRIPTION, CONSTRUCTIONAL DETAILS.

25/1

FROM MY COLLECTION – THE MEISSNER “TRAFFIC
MASTER”. JOHN R L WALKER. PHOTO. DESCRIPTION.

25/1

LETTER TO THE EDITOR. GRID DIP OSCILLATOR. H.T. BATTERY SUBSTITUTE.

24/4

WITH THE COLLECTORS. FRANK STRETCH. HIS COLLECTION,
POSSIBLE DEVELOPMENT OF A RADIO
MUSEUM AT PICTON

24/4

GERMAN PROPAGANDA RECEIVERS OF THE THIRD REICH. WRITTEN
BY JEREMY STEVENS. ORIGIN ELECTRONIC’S WORLD, AUG 2003. HISTORY, PHOTOS,
RESTORATION.

24/4

COLUMBUS MODEL 15. IAN KING. PHOTOS, RESTORATION DETAILS.

24/4

TUNING THE SUPERHET LOCAL OSCILLATOR. DON BESWICK. EXPLANATION
OF TECHNIQUE TO GIVE CORRECT TRACKING.

24/4

INDEX OF ARTICLES AND AUTHORS FOR NZVRS JOURNAL, VOLS 20
TO 24.

24/4

TARANAKI VINTAGE WIRELESS MEETING – AUG 2003

24/4

THE RADIONE R-3. JOHN WALKER. PHOTOS AND DESCRIPTION OF THIS
GERMAN COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVER.

24/4

SIGNAL GENERATORS I HAVE KNOWN- PART 2. REG MOTION.
GENERAL RADIO TYPE 605-B. PHOTOS, DESCRIPTION, CIRCUIT.

24/4

FIFTY YEARS AGO IN WELLINGTON.
GORDON COOPER. REMINISCENCES ON EARLY CIVIL AVIATION DAYS.

24/4

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. COURIER CC RADIO. PHOTOS,
RESTORATION DETAILS.

24/3

SOME HINTS ON CABINET REFURBISHING. REPRINT OF ARTICLE
FROM WELLINGTON
NEWSLETTER (APRIL 20, 2003)

24/2

WHEN IS AN EDDYSTONE NOT AN EDDYSTONE? PETER LANKSHEAR. HISTORY
OF THE IMR54 RECEIVER. INSTALLATION ON THE QUEEN MARY.

24/2

A VISIT TO AN HISTORIC LANDMARK. PHIL MCGECHIE. UNVEILING
OF COMMEMORATIVE PLAQUE AT MUSICK RADIO STATION

24/2

INFORMATION PLEASE. GEORGE NEWLANDS. PHOTOS AND DESCRIPTION
OF RADIO INSTRUMENTS WAVEMETER

24/2

TARANAKI RADIO WEEKEND. DONNELLA BAKER. DESCRIPTION WITH
PHOTOS OF WEEKEND MEETING ON 22/23 FEBRUARY 2003

24/2

AN ESOTERIC STORY WHICH MIGHT APPEAL TO RADIO ENTHUSIASTS.
JACK WHITTAKER. DESCRIPTION OF BUILDING A BIG RADIO IN 1940S

24/2

LIFE OF COLLECTING RADIOS THROUGH THE EYES OF THE BETTER
HALF AND NOT FORGETTING THE FAMILY.

24/2

THE AUSTRALASIAN 3 PIN PLUG – PART 7. MURRAY STEVENSON. HISTORY OF TAPONS AND TWO WAY
ADAPTORS WITH PHOTOS

24/2

NOTES ON SERVICING A QUAD 22 CONTROL UNIT. DON BESWICK.
CAPACITOR PROBLEMS AND THEIR SOLUTION.

24/1

IMR 54 (A GIANT EDDYSTONE). GORDON BAKER. INTERNATIONAL MARINE
RADIO COMPANY SHIPBOARD COMMUNICATION RECEIVER, DESCRIPTION, PHOTOS.

24/1

A VERY TESTING PROJECT. GRAEME LEA. RESTORATION OF A VALVE
TESTER CONSTRUCTED BY DSIR DURING WORLD WAR TWO. PHOTO, CIRCUIT.

24/1

WHAT CAN I HEAR ON MY SET? FRANK BELL. REPRINT OF 1923
ARTICLE ON RECEPTION AND RADIO SET DETAILS AT THAT TIME.

24/1

WAIKATO BRANCH XMAS MEETING 23/24 NOV.
2002. DONELLA BAKER. ATTENDANCE, DESCRIPTION OF EVENTS

24/1

TARANAKI BRANCH OCTOBER 2002 MEETING. DESCRIPTION OF
EVENTS ETC

24/1

TARANAKI OPEN WEEKEND, 22/23 FEB. 2003. DETAILS OF
PLANNING FOR THIS EVENT.

24/1

BOOK REVIEW. AUCKLAND
RADIO – ALPHA – OMEGA. WRITTEN BY DOUG MORRIS.

24/1

ZC1S I HAVE MET. PETE INGRAM. PLACES WHERE ARMY
TRANSMITTER-RECEIVER TYPE ZC1 HAS BEEN FOUND IN PEACETIME USE.

24/1

THE “SUPER WASP” SHORTWAVE RADIO. DICK
STEVENSON. DESCRIPTION, CIRCUIT

24/1

HISTORY OF THE AUSTRALASIAN 3 PIN
PLUG
(PART 6).
MURRAY STEVENSON, DESCRIPTION, COMMENTS, PHOTOS.

24/1

INDEX OF COLLIER AND BEALE RADIO. JOHN STOKES. DATE OF
PRODUCTION, NUMBER OF VALVES AND BRIEF DETAILS

23/2

OSTER-GANZ VALVES (1) – DICK STEVENSON – THEIR CHARACTERISTICS
AND AVAILABILITY OF THE BERNARD/BABINI VALVE GUIDES

23/2

SOUTHLAND COMMUNICATIONS
MUSEUM – PROPOSAL TO SET UP A COMMUNICATIONS MUSEUM AT THE DISUSED AWARUA RADIO
STATION

23/2

RESTORING A QUAD 11 AMPLIFIER – ROD OSBORNE – METHODS USED
AND TESTS CARRIED OUT ON A SURVIVOR OF THIS CLASSICAL DESIGN

23/2

USA RADIO IN NEW ZEALAND – PETER LANKSHEAR – US FORCES
RADIO IN NZ DURING WARTIME AND THE AUTHORS “HIKERS THREE”

23/2

OSTER-GANZ VALVES (2) – PHILIP TAYLOR – SUMMARY DATA SHEET
COVERING THESE VALVES, DISCUSSION ON THEIR HIGH HEATER VOLTAGES & ON B9G
VALVES.

23/2

COUPLING A SIGNAL GENERATOR TO A RECEIVER – BRUCE CHURCHER
– MAKE-UP AND USE OF THE DUMMY AERIAL & COUPLING LOOP
FOR FERRITE ROD RECEPTORS

23/2

HISTORY OF THE AUSTRALASIAN 3 PIN PLUG (PART 5) – MURRAY STEVENSON –
ENGLISH DESIGNS, CRABTREE, SPERRYN, SPERSOM, KERSON & TUNION

23/2

JOHN STOKES NZ RADIO MODEL INDEX – IAN SANGSTER – LIST OF
COLUMBUS & COURTENAY RADIO MODELS.

23/1

LATER DAYS AT MUSICK MEMORIAL STATION – GORDON COOPER –
EXPERIENCES OF A CIVIL AVIATION TECHNICIAN WORKING THERE

23/1

OUR RADIO SERVICE – HISTORICAL ARTICLE DESCRIBING STATIONS
AND SERVICE OF THE NEW ZEALAND RADIO BROADCASTING COMPANY CIRCA LATE 1920S.

23/1

THE DEATH OF THE PINCH – DICK STEVENSON – USE OF THE PINCH
IN EARLY RADIO VALVES AND ITS LATER REPLACEMENTS

23/1

ALIGNMENT OF RADIO RECEIVERS – GERRY BILLMAN – PROCEDURE
FOR ALIGNING A MEDIUM WAVE RECEIVER USING A SIGNAL GENERATOR

23/1

HISTORY OF THE AUSTRALASIAN 3 PIN PLUG (PART 4) – MURRAY STEVENSON –
ENZIDE, TAURUS, GROVER ELECTRICAL, RADIO CORP, HPM, AND CLIPSAL

23/1

TANTALUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS – CLIFF MAXWELL – READING
THE COLOUR CODE FOR THESE CAPACITORS

23/1

AUCKLAND MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT AND TECHNOLOGY –
REPORT ON A MEETING OF A WORKING GROUP TO REVIEW RADIO EQUIPMENTS

22/4

A SHORT HISTORY OF THE NEW ZEALAND HIGH POWERED SPARK
WIRELESS STATIONS – GEORGE NEWLANDS – 1910/30, AWANUI, AWARUA, TELEFUNKEN

22/4

GEORGE ASKEY’S RADIO COLLECTION AUCTIONED IN CHRISTCHURCH – PHOTOS

22/4

SOME IDEAS AND ADVICE ON THE DISPOSAL OF A COLLECTION –
GEORGE NEWLANDS – TO A MUSEUM – BY AUCTION – PRIVATE SALE

22/4

THE AUSTRALASIAN 3 PIN POWER PLUG – PART 3 – MURRAY STEVENSON –
HISTORY – PDL – AMALITE – GREY AND ROLLINSON

22/4

WAIKATO GET-TO-GETHER – ROD OSBORNE –
SHORT REVIEW – PHOTOS. – SIEMENS R1084

22/4

FILAMENTS AND REACTIVATION – DICK STEVENSON – HISTORY –
METHOD OF REACTIVATATION OF THORIATED TUNGSTEN VALVES

22/4

TUBE RESTORATION – PHIL MCGECHIE – FIRST HAND EXPERIENCE –
METHOD

22/4

ADVENTURES OF A TRAVELLING RADIOMAN – PART 2 – BILL HEINZ

22/3

MUSICK MEMORIAL RADIO STATION – IAN WALKER – ARCHITECTURAL
DESCRIPTION – HISTORICAL DETAILS.

22/3

QUARTZ CRYSTALS AND THE NEW ZEALAND POST OFFICE. – REG
MOTION – HISTORY OF THE RADIO SECTION QUARTZ CRYSTAL PROCESSING LABORATORY.

22/3

THE VARIOMETER – DICK STEVENSON – TECHNICAL DETAILS,
CONSTRUCTION AND APPLICATION OF THE VARIOMETER

22/3

ANOTHER OLD BULB – GEORGE NEWLANDS – DESCRIPTION AND PHOTO
OF AN EDISON CARBON FILAMENT LAMP OF C1890.

22/3

RESTORING A GEC RADIO. – GERRY BILLMAN – PHOTOS AND
DETAILS OF RESTORATION OF A LW/MW/SW GEC RADIO.

22/3

OH WELL, HERE GOES….ANOTHER PHILIPS !
– TONY LIGHTFOOT – RESTORATION OF A DUTCH LW/MW/FM PHILIPS, MODEL B3X42A/04
RECEIVER, CIRCUIT, PHOTOS AND DESCRIPTION.

22/3

ADVENTURES OF A TRAVELLING RADIOMAN – BILL HEINZ –
EXPERIENCES IN A WESTERN ELECTRIC TYPE 7A ELECTROMECHANICAL TELEPHONE
EXCHANGE.

22/2

NO WONDER THE COMPANY WENT BROKE – ROD OSBORNE. REPORT ON
A LAMP WHICH HAS REMAINED IN OPERATION FOR 100 YEARS, PHOTO.

22/2

GENERAL RADIO MODEL S9A RESTORATION – GERRY BILLMAN.
PHOTO, DETAILS OF RESTORATION.

22/2

AUSTRALASIAN 3 PIN POWER PLUG – PART2 – MURRAY STEVENSON. SELECTING AND WIRING
PLUGS, HISTORY OF “TITEGRIP”, H C URLWINS, PHOTOS OF PLUGS

22/2

A USEFUL CEMENT – PETER LANKSHEAR. MAKING
POLYSTYRENE CEMENT FROM WHITE PLASTIC CHIPS OR MOULDINGS.

22/2

VINTAGE RADIO EXHIBITS AT NZART CONFERENCE – PAUL
WOODCOCK. DESCRIPTION, PHOTOS

22/2

SOLID STATE MAGIC EYE – GEORGE NEWLANDS. MAKING A SOLID STATE DIRECT REPLACEMENT FOR 6U5/6G5
VALVE, CIRCUIT , CONSTRUCTIONAL DETAILS.

22/2

BAKELITE BAKELITE – ROD OSBORNE.
DEVELOPMENT OF BAKELITE, RESTORING BAKELITE CABINETS, PHOTOS OF RADIOS WITH
BAKELITE CABINETS.

22/2

VINTAGE RADIO COLLECTING CLASSIC OBCESSIONAL DISORDER
SYNDROME – GERRY BILLMAN. THROW-OFF AT COLLECTORS INABILITY TO LIMIT COLLECTION
SIZE.

22/2

POST OFFICE RADIO – PART 2 – REG MOTION – HISTORY OF EARLY
LAND MOBIE SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT – COAXIAL LINE FILTER, TYPE 48 BASE STATION,
PHOTOS, DESCRIPTIONS.

22/2

THE SUPERREGENERATIVE RECEIVER – DICK STEVENSON. HISTORY, THEORY.
PRACTICAL CIRCUIT, RADIATION PROBLEMS.

22/1

A MAJESTIC RESTORATION – GERRY BILLMAN. RESTORING A
MAJESTIC ABBEYWOOD 353 CONSOLE, PHOTOS, DESCRIPTION

22/1

EARLY TIMES AT CIVIL AVIATION WORKSHOPS – GORDON COOPER. LIFE
AT THAT WORKSHOPS IN THE LATE 1940S AND THE 1950S

22/1

THE AUSTRALASIAN 3 PIN POWER PLUG – MURRAY STEVENSON. HISTORY OF ITS
DEVELOPMENT WITH DIAGRAMS

22/1

ON USES FOR WAX AS FOUND IN OLD RADIOS – ARTHUR WILLIAMS. RETRIEVING
DROPPED OBJECTS AND FILLING BORER HOLES.

22/1

RECYCLE THAT METER – IAN SANGSTER. DECODING THE SYMBOLS
USED ON METER DIALS TO DENOTE THE METER TYPE, BS89/1977

22/1

TWENTY PLUS YEARS OF RADIO COLLECTING – PAUL BURT. PERSONAL
STORY WITH PLEA FOR MORE COOPERATION AMONG COLLECTORS.

22/1

THE MK.301; A MYSTERY RADIO REVEALED – JOHN R L WALKER.
DESCRIPTION, USAGE, LOUIS MELSTEE, MILITARY RADIO WEBSITE.

22/1

BRIEF OBITUARY OF ALAN ROYCROFT.

21/4

POST OFFICE RADIO SECTION IN WARTIME – REG MOTION –
PERSONAL EXPERIENCES – RADAR EQUIPMENT CONSTRUCTION – FIJI STATION – US
FORCES – MAKARA RADIO

21/4

THE FORGOTTEN CLIPPER 5M4 – ROD OSBORNE – AKRAD DESIGN –
PHOTO – COLOURS – RESTORATION POINTS

21/4

VALVE EQUIVALENTS – FROM RSGB BULLETIN – INCLUDES CV
NUMBERS

21/4

NEW LIFE FOR OLD VALVES – BAKING TO ACCELERATE GETTER
ACTION – INCREASING HEATER/CATHODE RESISTANCE – IMPROVING EMISSION

21/4

ULTIMATE MODEL CMU (1938) – GRAEME LEA – PHOTOS –
DESCRIPTION

21/4

BOOK REVIEW – THE BEST YEARS OF AUSTRALIAN RADIO -ROD
SMITH

21/4

GRID LEAK DETECTION IN THE 1920S – FINDING THE IDEAL GRID
LEAK – DR HUGO HOLDEN – THEORY AND PRACTICAL RESULTS

21/4

OBITUARIES – DONALD SUTHERLAND – DOUG VIRTUE

21/4

ASK THE TECHNICIAN – HUMOUR

21/4

THE END OF A DECADE – DICK STEVENSON – HISTORICAL COVERING
1920S -DEVELOPMENTS IN EQUIPMENT

21/4

POWER TRANSFORMER PROBLEMS AREN�T ALWAYS EASILY DIAGNOSED
– RICHARD BRADLEY – HIGH FLUX LEAKAGE – FAILURE OF FILTER CAPACITORS.

21-3

TARANAKI AVIATION, TRANSPORT AND TECHNOLOGY MUSEUM – CHRIS
RICKARDS – DESCRIPTION AND PHOTOS.

21-3

WESTCO PRODUCTS LTD – CLIFF MAXWELL – HISTORY –
DESCRIPTION – STAFF

21-3

PACEMAKER TRANSISTOR BROADCAST RECEIVER –
“TRANSPORTABLE 58” – BILL COLLERTON – PHOTO – DESCRIPTION – CIRCUIT
– PRODUCTION CHANGES

21-3

FRIENDLY CHATS – EXTRACTS FROM E H SCOTT�S BOOK OF THAT
NAME.

21-3

OBITUARY – ALF VEART

21-3

AMPLIFYING RF WITH TRIODES – DICK STEVENSON – EARLY
HISTORY – NEUTRALISATION TECHNIQUES

21-3

FRIENDLY CHATS – EXTRACTS FROM E H SCOTT�S BOOK OF THAT
NAME

21-3

AN INTERESTING PROJECT – PAUL WOODCOCK – RESTORING A
GOLDEN KNIGHT BTR 48466 – RADIO LIMITED MANUFACTURE

21-3

PHILCO MODEL 656 – DATA SHEET – CIRCUIT – ALIGNMENT
PROCEDURE – CHASSIS LAYOUT

21-3

SHORTWAVE ON A CRYSTAL SET –
GEORGE KING – EXPLANATION OF ZLT7 BROADCASTS – AWA 3KW BRASS TRANSMITTER AT WELLINGTON RADIO

21-2

A MYSTERY – MAYBE – GEORGE ASKEY – CRUSADER MANTEL MODEL

21-2

A RARE EDDYSTONE – BRYAN MARSH – ATLANTIC TWO – 1929 BATTERY
OPERATED – PHOT O – DESCRIPTION

21-2

A TALE OF 4 ZENITHS, A BELL COLT AND A CRAZY COLLECTOR – ROD
OSBORNE – PHOTOS AND EXPERIENCES

21-2

AUDIO SINCE 1920 – ALAN STANLEY – HISTORY – LOFTIN WHITE –

21-2

BOOK REVIEW – HOW TO BUILD CRYSTAL SETS.

21-2

EARLY PIRATE BROADCASTING IN NEW ZEALAND – BILL HEINZ – ZLT7
IN 1944

21-2

EASTER 2000 – OUR 21ST ANNIVERSARY EVENT – PAUL WOODCOCK –
EXHIBITION DISPLAYS – TALKS – SOCIAL – PHOTOS

21-2

HOW TO CONSTRUCT A UHF BROADBAND YAGI ANTENNA AND SAVE A
DOLLAR – CLIFF MAXWELL – DIAGRAMS – DIMENSIONS – CONSTRUCTIONAL DETAILS

21-2

RADIOLA JUNIOR C87 – ANOTHER BASKET CASE – GERRY BILLMAN –
PHOTOS – CIRCUIT – RESTORATION PROBLEMS

21-2

THE “STOKODYNE” AND THE HMV 2 VALVE MIDGETS. –
IAN SANGSTER -SET PRODUCED BY GEORGE STOKES – PHOTOS – CIRCUITS-

21-2

VACUUM TUBES THAT ARE NOT VALVES – GEORGE ASKEY – GEISSLER
TUBES – MYSTERY TUBES

21-1

A CLASSIC OSCILLOSCOPE – REG MOTION – COSSOR DOUBLE BEAM
TYPE 3339 – RESTORATION – PERFORMANCE – PHOTOS

21-1

AKRAD RADIO – A PERSONAL VIEW AND SHORT HISTORY – ROD
OSBORNE – KEITH M WRIGLEY – E W GRANT – R E SKINNER – PHOTOS OF STAFF AND WAIHI
FACTORIES – HISTORY – VARIOUS PRODUCTS – GEORGE WOOLLER

21-1

AN UNSATISFACTORY ENCOUNTER WITH A RADIOLETTE 27. – GEORGE
NEWLANDS – PHOTOS – CIRCUIT – PROBLEMS

21-1

AND MORE ON HARD TIMES HARDWARE – IAN GREAVES – PAINT TIN LIDS
USED AS DIAL DRUMS – PHOTOS – RADIOS WHICH USED THEM

21-1

BOOK REVIEW – THE ATWATER KENT
RADIOS – WILLIAMS

21-1

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR – MRS E H SCOTT – SURVIVAL – C&B
5155 – TV SERVICING – FOUNTAIN COLT MODEL O.A. NOSTALGIA OF RADIO

21-1

RADIO(1936) LTD MODELS RA & RB – MURRAY STEVENSON – TECHNICAL DETAILS –
CIRCUIT- CHANGES MADE OVER THE YEARS

21-1

THE MARCONI MAGNETIC DETECTOR – PHOTO – SHORT DESCRIPTION

21-1

WORKING FOR THE RADIO CORPORATION OF NEW ZEALAND – BILL HEINZ – EARLY
EXPERIENCES – MICA CAPACITORS – ZC1 PRODUCTION

20-4

CAN YOU HELP? – PAUL BURT – KESTRAL SET AND SKIPPER 10 –
PHOTOS

20-4

COLLIER & BEALE LTD RADIO MANUFACTURERS – A TRIBUTE BY
MARTIN KIMBLE – HISTORY OF THE FIRM – PHOTOS OF PERSONNEL – LIST AND PHOTOS
OF SOME UNUSUAL PRODUCTS

20-4

PHILCO MODEL 860 – SPECIFICATION ALIGHNMENT – CIRCUIT –
LAYOUT – DIAL DRIVE
DETAILS – BAND SPREAD TUNING MECHANISM

20-4

RADIO COLLECTING AND THE INTERNET – DAVE MCLAREN – SOME
NET ADDRESSES AND THE AUTHORS EXPERIENCE USING THEM

20-4

THE NOSTALGIA OF RADIO – A PURELY PERSONAL VIEW – GEORGE
NEWLANDS – HIKERS ONE ETC.

20-4

WHEN IS ENOUGH ENOUGH – GERRY BILLMAN
– REVIVING AN AUDIOLA JUNIOR MODEL 492 – PROBLEMS – PHOTOS – CIRCUIT

20-4

SOME COMMON FAULTS IN ATWATER
KENT
RECEIVERS – RESISTORS – VALUES OF GRID DAMPERS – AUDIO TRANSFORMERS

20-3

FROM THE RESTORATION DEPARTMENT – GERRY BILLMAN – BEFORE
AND AFTER PHOTOS – RESTORATION METHODS.

20-3

JOHN STOKES – A LIFETIME DEVOTED TO RADIO AND ITS HISTORY
– BIOGRAPHY – PHOTOS

20-3

WITH THE COLLECTORS – GEORGE NEWLANDS – PHOTOS – VALVE
COLLECTION

20-3

4ZM DUNEDIN
– STATION CARD – MCCRACKEN AND WALLS – PHOTO SHORT DESCRIPTION

20-3

A LOOK AT PUSHBUTTON TUNING – ARTHUR WILLIAMS BUSH PB63 – COLUMBUS 60 STEWART
WARNER 910-51 – DESCRIPTIONS CIRCUITS OF PB63 AND COLUMBUS 60

20-3

A RANDOM REMINISCENCE – GEORGE NEWLANDS – SHARP RD438H
PICKED UO IN FLORENCE, ITALY.

20-3

CALLING THE ROLLS – IAN SANGSTER – ULTIMATE BWU AND BWC –
SKYSCRAPER BWS – PHOTOS – CIRCUIT – DESCRIPTIONS – HISTORY

20-2

EARLY MICROWAVE COMMUNICATION – REG MOTION – USE OF ARMY
NO.10 SET TO REESTABLISH TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION AFTER A STORM IN CANTERBURY HISTORY –
PHOTOS

20-2

MORE OM HARD TIMES
HARDWARE – IAN GREAVES – PAINT TIN LIDS AS DIAL DRUMS

20-2

SERVICE DATA – COLUMBUS
MODELS 66, 66E & 66J – ALIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS – CIRCUIT – CHASSIS LAYOUT

20-2

AN INTRIGUING POSTCARD – CONNECTED WITH THE 1912 POST
OFFICE INSTALLATION IN THE GPO WELLINGTON
– PHOTOS

20-2

BOOK REVIEW – REPRINT OF STC RADIO ..1938
SALES MANUAL

20-2

COLLIER & BEALE TYPE 5155 USED A BAKELITE CHASSIS –
IAN SANGSTER – DESCRIPTION – PHOTOS – CIRCUIT – HISTORY.

20-2

RADIOLA…HERE AND THERE – JOHN STOKES – USE OF THE NAME
RADIOLA – HISTORY BTH – RCA – NEECO

20-2

THE FLYING DOCTOR SERVICE – RODNEY CHAMPNESS – HISTORY –
REVEREND JOHN FLYNN -ALFRED TRAEGER

20-2

WITH THE COLLECTORS – IAN GREAVES – PHOTOS – ACTIVITIES

20-1

“CLEM” – SERVICE SHOP NOTES REASONS FOR
ASSIGNMENT OF LETTERS GT ETC TO RADIO VALVE

20-1

A GREAT HOBBY – KEVIN HORN DESCRIBES HIS EARLY EXPERIENCES
IN RADIOS AND COLLECTING

20-1

A MARRIAGE OF CONVENIENCE – ROD OSBORNE -VICTOR TALKING
MACHINE COMPANY AND BRUNSWICK – ULTONA REPRODUCER -RCA AR812 SUPERHET – UV199
VALVES -CIRCUIT – PHOTOS.

20-1

BOOK REVIEW – HISTORY OF GEC AND THE MARCONI VALVE

20-1

COLUMBUS RECEIVER SERVICING NOTES – PETER
LANKSHEAR – DISCUSSES COMMON FAULTS AND POSSIBLE REPLACEMENTS

20-1

RCA BRUNSWICK
RADIO/PHONOGRAPH COMBINATION OF 1924 – PHOTO

20-1

A WW-II MYSTERY MINIATURE RADIO – JOHN WALKER – PHOTOS – DESCRIPTION – BLOCK
DIAGRAM

20-1

ELECTRONIC MULTIMETERS – REG MOTION – RCA VOLTOHMYST –
CIRCUIT – PHOTOS.

20-1

REVALVING A PHILIPS V7A – GEORGE NEWLANDS – USE OF MORE
COMMON VALVES IN THE PHILIPS THEATRETTE – PHOTOS

20-1

RIDER’S MANUALS ON CD ROM – REVIEW BY PETER LANKSHEAR

20-1

SOME UNUSUAL VALVES – DICK STEVENSON – EARLY VALVE DESIGNS
AND THEIR DESIGNERS – PHOTO OF LOEWE TYPE 3NF

20-1

VINTAGE RADIO INTERNET WEB SITES – RALPH BOSHIER – LIST OF
17 ADDRESSES

19-4

A RADIO FOR THE HOLIDAYS – R A STEVENSON – STORY OF THE
CONSTRUCTION OF A “HIKERS ONE”

19-4

BOOK REVIEW – THE GOLDEN AGE OF RADIO IN THE HOME – JOHN
STOKES – 2ND EDITION

19-4

EARLY NEW
ZEALAND RADIO – PIONEER F J O’NEILL AND
EARLY 4YA DAYS – HISTORY

19-4

HARD TIME HARDWARE – IAN SANGSTER – USE OF NAILS AS LONG BOLTS
FOR POWER HOLDING TRANSFORMER LAMINATIONS TOGETHER

19-4

INDEX TO NZVRS BULLETINS VOLS 1-19 – INDEXED UNDER SUBJECT
MATTER

19-4

ONE DAY IN THE AUCTION ROOM – IAN SANGSTER – MAORI FOLK
ART CARVED CASED RADIOGRAM AND ITS SALE
BY AUCTION – PHOTO – STORY

19-4

THE KILORAN – JOHN STOKES – STORY OF AN ENGLISH PHILIPS
716B ON THE BARQUE KILORAN – PART CIRCUIT DIAGRAM OF 716B

19-4

THE RADIO “MULTIMETER” – R MOTION – DEVELOPMENT
OF THE MULTIMETER – PHOTOS – HISTORY

19-4

WHAT PROMPTS US TO COLLECT VINTAGE RADIO EQUIPMENT? – REG
MOTION – APPEARANCE – PRINCIPLES OF DYNAMIC SYMMETRY IN CABINET AND VALVE
DESIGN

19-3

A RADIO ROMANCE – RAY FROST – LIFE STORY OF NATHANIEL
BALDWIN INVENTOR OF THE BALDWIN HEADSET
RECEIVER

19-3

A RADIO WEEKEND IN TAURANGA – ROD OSBORNE – WAIKATO MEETING – PHOTOS OF COLLECTIONS AND SOCIAL HOUR

19-3

AN INTERESTING COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVER – REG MOTION –
MARCONI AD94 AIRCRAFT RECEIVER – PHOTOS – DESCRIPTION

19-3

BALDWIN RECEIVER – DESIGN AND HISTORY OF
BALDWINJ HEADSET RECEIVERS AND THEIR INVENTOR

19-3

BOOK REVIEW – SECRET RADIO – THE ARCH CASWELL STORY
(VK4-CB) – JAPANESE POW STORY

19-3

BOOK REVIEW – THE LOCATOR – INDEX BY TUBE NUMBERS OF SCHEMATICS
IN RIDERS MANUALS VOL 1-23 – LARSEN

19-3

GEORGE ASKEY AND HIS COSMOS RADIOPHONE SET TYPE C4 – 1925
– PHOTOS

19-3

GETTING CURRENT TO THE VALVES PART 2 – R A STEVENSON –
HISTORY OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF VALVE SUPPLIES

19-3

MAJESTIC RESTORATION TRAPS – PETER LANKSHEAR – MECHANICAL
DISTORTION OFTUNING CAPACITORS

19-3

RE MYSTERY PHOTOGRAPH – NED MATICH – ANSWER TO PHOTO OF
COLONEL ALLEN BELL AND FRIENDS IN VOL19/2 – PHOTO OF SHEFFIELD RADIO CENTER
KAITAIA (1942)

19-3

STATION 2YB NEW PLYMOUTH –
CHRIS RICKARDS – HISTORY OF ITS DEVELOPMENT UNDER THE NORTH
TARANAKI RADIO SOCIETY

19-3

THE RCA WAVEMETER – JOHN WALKER – PHOTOS – DESCRIPTION –
CIRCUIT

19-3

THREE BOOKS – AN ANNOUNCEMENT – PHOTOS AND DETAILS OF JOHN
STOKE’S THREE BOOKS ON VINTAGE RADIO

19-3

ULTIMATE’S FIRST BAKELITE SE – IAN SANGSTER – RU AND RT
MODELS – PHOTOS – DESCRIPTION – CIRCUIT

19-3

WHERE OH WHERE HAS MY LITTLE DOG GONE – JOHN STOKES – THE
“NIPPER” STORY – RCA TRADE MARK – EMI LOGO ALSO – PHOTOS – HISTORY

19-2

FREQUENCY MEASUREMENT – THE SECOND NEW ZEALAND FACILITY – MOTION –
MAKARA FREQUENCY STANDARD – DIGITAL READOU WITH VALVE – GEORGE KING – PHOTOS

19-2

GETTING CURRENT TO THE VALVES – STEVENSON – PART 1 –
HISTORY OF VALVE FILAMENTS AND THEIR POWER SUPPLIES

19-2

HOW PHILIPS GOT INTO RADIO MANUFACTURING – TRANSLATED BY
VAN DER WEE – NSF MODEL M4 – NSF HILVERSUM
3 – HISTORY – CIRCUITS PHOTO

19-2

RADIO (1936) LTD’S EA AND FA MODELS – SANGSTER –
COMPARISON WITH BUSH PB63 – DESCRIPTIONS – PHOTOS – CIRCUITS

19-2

SOME NON-EXPERT FEEDBACK ON FEEDBACK – GREAVES – PROBLEMS
FOUND IN RESTORING A COURIER 5CA

19-2

SOME RECOLLECTIONS OF EARLY BROADCASTING IN NEW PLYMOUTH –
LANKSHEAR – 2YB – PHOTO OF STAFF IN 1929 – PHOTOS OF STUDIO AND TRANSMITTER –
HISTORY

19-2

INTERCHANGING 12SA7 AND 12SA7GT – AVOIDING PROBLEMS IN
THIS AND SIMILAR CHANGES

19-1

A LOOK AT TELEPHONE DIAL TUNING – WILLIAMS – WELLS GARDNER – GULBRANSEN – MIDWEST
– MODERNE – PRINCIPLES

19-1

BOOK REVIEW – “AN INDEPENDENT AIR” – SULLIVAN –
STORY OF OTAGO RADIO ASSOCIATION – 4XD

19-1

EARLY DAYS IN NEW ZEALAND TELEVISION – MAXWELL
– BELL RADIO TELEVISION CORPORATION – AL BELL – CHARLES ROUSE – TED COLLINS

19-1

EXTENSION SPEAKERS – STOKES – ZENITH – PHILITONE – MULLARD
– HISTORY OF USE

19-1

FREQUENCY MEASUREMENT – THE CRYSTAL CALIBRATED FREQUENCY METER
– MOTION – LM-10 – CALIBRATOR CRYSTAL NO 10 – OPERATION – PHOTOS

19-1

GLACIAL T6-1
– SANGSTER – RCA – HMV – CIRCUIT – PHOTOS – DESCRIPTION

19-1

HOW HI THE FI – STOKES – COMMENTS ON RETURN TO VALVE
AMPLIFIERS

19-1

SOUTHERN STALWARTS REVISITED – ARTHUR WILLIAMS – IAN KING
– BILL BIRD AT EDENDALE DISPLAY – PHOTO

19-1

THOSE NASTY PCB’S – CROZIER – TESTING FOR POLYCHLORINATED
BIPHENYLS – METHODS – PRECAUTIONS

19-1

VINTAGE RADIO DISPLAY – ONSLOW HISTORICAL SOCIETY CENTRE –
WELLINGTON
BRANCH EFFORT

18-4

A RADIO WIDOWS LAMENT – STOKES – KIT FARMER – PHOTO –
REPRINT OF LETTERFROM 1986 WITH COMMENTS

18-4

A SAD STORY WITH A HAPPY ENDING – OSBORNE – SALE OF AN AMPLIFIER
WITH KT66’S

18-4

A VISITOR FROM SWEDEN – STOKES – BENGT SVENSSON
– GRIMETON STATION – ALEXANDERSON ALTERNATOR – ANTENNA SYSTEM – 1924

18-4

PIONEER BROADCASTERS – 2AH WANGANUI – SUTHERLAND/MOTION – CLUB
DISPLAYS – TRANSMITTER – HISTORY – PHOTO – DIAGRAM

18-4

REPRODUCTION OR FAKE? – SUMMARY OF DAVID READ’S ARTICLE EX
BVWS JOURNAL

18-4

SACRILEGE OR NOVELTY – WILLIAMS – EMERSON CONSOLE CABINET
MOUNTED ON CUPBOARD DOOR – PHOTO – EMERSON CLEF

18-4

SWAP MEETS – TWO PHOTOS TAKEN AT MEETS – BILLMAN – WAIKATO
MEET AUCKLAND
GARAGE SALE

18-4

ULTIMATE BCU – SANGSTER – PHOTOS – CIRCUIT – COMPARISON
WITH GULBRANSEN 7L.

18-4

VALE! BRUCE KELLY – A TRIBUTE FROM THE NZVRS – STOKES

18-3

THE DEVELOPMENT OF RADAR IN NEW ZEALAND – UNWIN – PHOTOS –
HISTORY – SLATTER – COLLINS – WATSON-MUNRO

18-3

A RANDOM REMINISCENCE – NEWLANDS – DISCOVERY OF A COLLIER
AND BEALE 518N RECEIVER IN AN OLD SHED

18-3

BOOK REVIEW – 70 YEARS OF RADIO TUBES AND VALVES – 2ND
EDITION BY JOHN STOKES – LANKSHEAR – IMPROVEMENTS IN NEW EDITION

18-3

COASTWATCHING IN THE SUB-ANTARCTIC 1941-45 – WILLIAMS –
PHOTO – AUCKLAND ISLANDS – CAMPBELL
ISLANDS – SOUTHLAND MUSEUM
DISPLAY

18-3

DC MAINS AND A TRUE STORY – STOKES – EARLY DC MAINS USE IN
AUCKLAND AND
PROBLEMS WHEN CHANGING OVER TO AC MAINS

18-3

FROM THE WHITE SHED – SANGSTER – SPEAKER PLUG AND SOCKET
EXTENSION LEADS

18-3

OBITUARIES – ERIC KIRBY – FRITS WILLEMSEN – PHOTOS –
HISTORY

18-3

THE OLDEST RADIO BROADCASTING ORGANISATION IN THE BRITISH EMPIRE – 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF FOUNDATION OF
OTAGO RADIO ASSOCIATION – 4XD

18-3

THIS BUSINESS OF SOLDERING – NEWLANDS – DESCRIPTION OF
PROCEDURES AND PRECAUTIONS

18-3

WARNING – LETTER TO MEMBERS RE UNSCRUPULOUS DEALINGS IN
RADIO VALVES AND SETS

18-3

WORTH THE WAIT – OSBORNE – RADIOLA MODEL 46 AND 66 –
PHOTOS – DESCRIPTIONS

18-2

BOOK REVIEW – BAKELITE RADIOS BY ROBERT HAWES – STOKES

18-2

TWO EARLY DUAL WAVE SUPERSETS – STOKES – COURTENAY MODEL
108 – PHOTO – DESCRIPTION – 1934

18-2

A LOOK AT AUTOMATIC TUNING – WILLIAMS – PHILIPS 660A –
DESCRIPTION – PHOTOS

18-2

ELECTRICAL WIREMANS REGISTRATION BOARD CERTIFICATE OF
LIMITED REGISTRATION – 1941 LIMITATIONS ETC – FASCIMILE OF CERTIFICATE.

18-2

NZ’S FIRST PRIMARY STANDARD OF FREQUENCY – REG MOTION – DESCRIPTION
– PHOTOS – GENEREAL RADIO C-21-H – SID THOMPSON – SYNCHRO-CLOCK

18-2

OUR LIBRAY AND LIBRARIAN – PHOTO – DESCRIPTION – ERNIE
HAKANSON

18-2

STATION 1ZJ – JOHNS LTD – STOKES – DESCRIPTION – PHOTO V
JOHNS

18-2

WAR ASSETS WIRELESS – SANGSTER – MODERNE – GULBRANSEN 756
– COLUMBUS 44
– PHOTOS – DESCRIPTIONS

18-1

BOOK REVIEW – RADIO BY HALLICRAFTERS – DACHIS

18-1

GEORGE ANCHOR – A PIONEER BROADCASTER – REG MOTION – 1ZH –
HISTORY – PHOTOS

18-1

IN THE BEGINNING – ROYCROFT – ALAN’S INTRODUCTION TO AUCKLAND AND TO RADIO
SERVICING

18-1

RUSSIAN TUBES TO THE RESCUE – MAJESKI – DESCRIPTION OF
PRODUCTION

18-1

SUBSTITUTES FOR ALL METAL OCTAL VALVES – WALKER – MAKING SUBSTITUTES – VALVE EQUIVALENTS

18-1

SUPPLY OF CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS – HOW TO ORDER FROM THE NZVRS
LIBRARY

18-1

THE RADIO CRAFT COMPANY – STOKES – MODEL D6 – PHOTOS –
DESCRIPTION – HISTORY – DE FOREST

17-4

A VIEW FROM WEBB’S RECENT AUCTION IN AUCKLAND – PHOTO

17-4

AUNT DAISY’S OTHER RADIO – IAN SANGSTER – COURTENAY 7
VALVE DUAL WAVE MANTEL – DESCRIPTION – ADVERTISEMENT – CIRCUIT

17-4

ELECTRONIC WHIZ ENJOYS HOBBY SPANNING 45 YEARS – REECE
TURNER – TE KUITI

17-4

LETTER TO THE EDITOR – ALAN DOUGLAS – COMMENTS ON TYPE
“A” ARTILLERY SPOTTING RECEIVER AND NC103XA RECEIVER COIL PACK
ARRANGEMENT

17-4

LETTER TO THE EDITOR – DENNIS SEYMOUR – HISTORY OF RADIO
ENGINEERING LIMITED OF DUNEDIN

17-4

MEASURING FREQUENCY – THE WAVEMETER – REG MOTION – HISTORY
– GR724A WAVEMETER – DESCRIPTION – PHOTOS

17-4

PHILIPS IN NEW
ZEALAND – JOHN STOKES – HISTORY OF COMPANY
– EARLY ADVERTISEMENT

17-4

THE NZ HRO RECEIVER – PHIL MCGECHIE – 941SWB – 938SWB –
DESCRIPTION – PHOTOS – CIRCUIT – HISTORY

17-4

VINTAGE RADIO EXHIBITION IN OAMARU – JOHN THOMPSON –
PACIFIC “MAE WEST” – PHOTOS – DESCRIPTION

17-3

ANOTHER NEW ZEALAND
COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVER – IAN SANGSTER – SHEFFIELD
RADIO TYPE SR2 – DESCRIPTION – PHOTOS

17-3

AUDIO – JOHN STOKES – HISTORY OF AUDIO AMPLIFIERS – EARLY
PHOTOS – OPERADIO – ELECTRAD – WELL MAYDE – MAGNAVOX – PILOT -LEAK TL/10

17-3

CHANGE OF EDITOR – REG MOTION TAKES OVER FROM IAN SANGSTER

17-3

JOURNEY TO MECCA – ROD
OSBORNE – GERRY BILLMAN – ELGIN – PHOTOS – MUCHOW RADIO
MUSEUM – SOME PRICES IN USA

17-2

A RESTORER’S DREAM – IAN SANGSTER – ULTIMATE DOMINO MODEL
REV – DESCRIPTION – CIRCUIT – PHOTO

17-2

AN EARLY AUDIO AMPLIFIER – JOHN STOKES – KOLSTER MODEL 500
– PHOTOS DESCRIPTION

17-2

CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS FROM NZVRS – REQUESTS TO BE MADE TO NZVRS
TREASURER

17-2

LETTER TO THE EDITOR – SHEFFIELD
RADIO COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVER – HISTORY – DESCRIPTION

17-2

REPAIRING ATWATER KENT
MULTIPLE CAPACITORS – PETER LANKSHEAR – PHOTOS – DESCRIPTION OF METHODS

17-2

ROD OSBORNE AND GERRY BILLMAN GP VISITING – PHOTO

17-2

THE RAREST RADIO IN THE WORLD – DAVE MCLAREN – R.E.L. – PHOTOS
– DESCRIPTION – RESTORATION

17-1

HELLO HELLO 1ZQ AUCKLAND CALLING – JOHN
STOKES – HISTORY – PHOTOS – CIRCUIT – ROY KEITH – DEFOREST OT3 TRANSMITTER –
DEFOREST D6 RECEIVER

17-1

INDEX TO NZVRS BULLETINS FROM VOLUME 1 TO VOLUME 16

17-1

LETTER TO THE EDITOR – BELL COLT TRANSISTORISED – FURTHER COMMENT
– ERIC CALEY

17-1

LETTER TO THE EDITOR – RESTORING OLD MAGNETIC RADIO GRAM
PICKUPS – BRIAN LACKIE

17-1

LIBRARY MOVES – NOW IN PONSONBY – ERNIE HAKANSON AS NEW
LIBRARIAN

17-1

THE VICTOR (HMV) RE45 MICROSYNCHRONOUS RADIOGRAM OF 1929 –
ARTHUR WILLIAMS – TYPE RE45 – RESTORATION – PHOTOS – CIRCUIT

17-1

YOU CAN’T TAKE THEM WITH YOU – PETER LANKSHEAR – WHAT TO
DO WITH YOUR COLLECTION

16-4

AN AUSTIN
RADIO – IAN SANGSTER – MODEL J – AUSTIN RADIO CORP LOS ANGELES – PHOTO –
CIRCUIT – DESCRIPTION

16-4

BOOK REVIEW – AUDIO! AUDIO! – JONATHAN HILL – REVIEW BY
IAN SANGSTER

16-4

EXHIBITION IV – PHOTOS – DESCRIPTION

16-4

JOHN STANNAGE RADIOMAN ON “SOUTHERN CROSS” –
KINGSFORD SMITH – HISTORY – PHOTO – MARCONI AD37 TRANSMITTER

16-4

LETTER FROM HAWAII
– FURTHER THOUGHTS ON CROSS MODULATION – ALAN ROYCROFT

16-4

PCB’S – PHASING OUT SMALL PCB HOLDINGS – IAN SANGSTER

16-4

THOUGHT TO BE THE LAST – IAN SANGSTER – SOLID STATE
BELL COLT
MKIII – PHOTOS – CIRCUIT – DESCRIPTION

16-4

WISEMAN’S COURIERS – JOHN STOKES – 1927 – J WISEMAN AND
SONS – H E PARSONS DESIGNER – SHORT WAVE BANDSWITCHED – HISTORY – DESCRIPTION
– CIRCUIT

16-3

NZ POST OFFICE RADIO PICTURE SERVICE – REG MOTION –
FURTHER NOTES ON DESIGN AND TESTING – PHOTO – CARTOON

16-3

PAMPHLET ISSUED WITH VR16/3 – 100 YEARS OF RADIO
COMMUNICATIONS – MARCONI – SPEECH AT 30TH ANNIVERSARY – MARCONI AT BOLOGNA – ERIC KIRBY

16-3

SAID TO BE THE FORERUNNER – JOHN STOKES – ECHOPHONE MODEL
C – EARLY MANTEL RADIO – PHOTOS – DESCRIPTION – CIRCUIT

16-3

BOOK REVIEW ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF PHILIPS VALVES TO 1933
– FIN STEWART – REVIEWER JOHN STOKES

16-3

LETTER FROM HAWAII – EDISON R6 AND R7 RECEIVERS – COMMENTS – ALAN ROYCROFT

16-3

MARCONI MAGNETIC DETECTOR – PHOTO – EX CABLE AND WIRELESS SUVA

16-3

SOME RANDOM OBSERVATIONS ON EARLY NZ PHILIPS RECEIVERS – ARTHUR
WILLIAMS – MULLARD 520 AND 620 – PHILIPS 157 AND 252 – PHOTOS – DESCRIPTIONS

16-2

A HISTORY OF THE INSTALLATION OF THE NZ POST OFFICE RADIO
PICTURE SERVICE – GEORGE NEWLANDS – 1947 – PHOTOS – DESCRIPTION

16-2

AN AUSTRALIAN RADIOPHONE – JOHN STOKES – AWA RADIOPHONE
RECEIVER – 1925 – PHOTOS – DESCRIPTION

16-2

AN EDISON AQUIRED – GRAHAM LINDSEY – DESCRIPTION – PHOTOS
– R-6

16-2

CLARION 220 – DAVE MCLAREN – PHOTO OF DAMAGED CABINET

16-2

CROSS MODULATION – DES WRIGHT – SOURCES – TRACING – CURING

16-2

LETTER TO EDITOR – NED MATICH – INFORMATION GIVEN ON
WAIATA SUPER FIVE – ORIGIN OF WAIATA RECEIVERS

16-2

LETTER TO EDITOR – NEIL BARNETT – SPLITDORF ABBEY RECEIVER
– POSSIBLE REASON FOR UNUSUAL BIASSING ARRANGEMENT

16-2

LETTER TO THE EDITOR – MISTAKE IN THE COLLIER AND BEALE
397AW RECEIVER CIRCUIT – PETER LANKSHEAR

16-2

LETTER TO THE EDITOR – PCB’S AND THEIR LOCATIONS

16-2

SOME NOTES ON THE EDISON R-6
AND R-7 – JOHN STOKES – DESCRIPTION – CIRCUIT

16-2

SOME RECENT AUCTION PRICES – PETER WEBB GALLERIES

16-1

A QUEST FOR ATWATER KENT’S
LAST RECEIVER – PETER LANKSHEAR – TYPES 255 435 AND 725 – CIRCUIT – PHOTOS –
REWOUND TRANSFORMERS

16-1

BOOK REVIEW – JIM CLARK’S SCOTT RADIO COLLECTORS GUIDE –
100 PAGES – COVERS 1925/1946

16-1

LETTER FROM HAWAII
– MORE ON CAPACITOR REBUILDS – ALAN ROYCROFT – BOILING OUT WATER USING HOT
BEESWAX

16-1

PEEK-A-BOO GULBRANSEN – IAN SANGSTER – COLLIER AND BEALE
397-AW – 1939 – DESCRIPTION -CIRCUIT – PHOTOS

16-1

PILOT RADIO INFORMATION WANTED – BILL MOORE USA – LIST OF US AND UK PILOT RADIO MODELS KNOWN

16-1

THE SPLITDORF “ABBEY” – JOHN STOKES – DESCRIPTION
– PHOTOS – CIRCUIT

16-1

THE WADLEY TUNING SYSTEM – DES WRIGHT – DESCRIPTION –
HISTORY – USAGE

15-4

BOOK REVIEW – IN MARCONI’S FOOTSTEPS 1894 TO 1920 EARLY
RADIO BY PETER JENSEN – ERIC KIRBY

15-4

DELCO MODEL 3002 CAR RADIO – 1930 – PHOTO – CIRCUIT

15-4

DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE IN 1934 PART II – REG MOTION – ATWATER KENT
MODEL 112 – AUDIO FREQUENCY DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE

15-4

ERLA OR ALLIED-THAT IS THE QUESTION – RAY KNOWLES AND GRAHAM
LEA – SEEK DETAILS OF A CONSOLE – PHOTO

15-4

THE EVOLUTION OF THE CAR RADIO – JOHN STOKES – PHILCO
MODEL 10 – TRANSITONE 1930 VINTAGE – CIRCUIT – PHOTO – OTHER EARLY MODELS –
PHOTOS

15-3

A PUZZLING HMV – NEW ZEALAND MODEL 465 – DARRYL KASCH
PHOTO – DESCRIPTION – COLLIER AND BEALE

15-3

BOOK REVIEW – THE RADIO YEARS A HISTORY OF BROADCASTING IN
NEW ZEALAND
BY PATRICK DAY

15-3

DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE IN 1934 – THE ATWATER
KENT
112 -PART 1 – REG MOTION – PHOTO – DESCRIPTION – RESTORATION DETAILS –
PERFORMANCE

15-3

HELP WANTED – GEORGE ASKEY – UNUSUAL LOOSE COUPLER – PHOTO
– DESCRIPTION

15-3

LETTER TO THE EDITOR – SIMON WADE – INTENTIONS IN TRADE
WITH AUSTRALIA AND USA

15-3

MY MYSTERY RADIO – NED MATICH – 1929/31 RADIO PHONOGRAPH
COMBINATION – PHOTOS DESCRIPTION

15-3

PHOTO – BRYAN MARSH WITH BARLOW WADLEY RECEIVERS – 1980

15-3

REPLICA ATWATER KENT
CAPACITORS – PETER LANKSHEAR – RESTORATION METHODS – PHOTOS – DESCRIPTION

15-3

ULTIMATE FACTORY IN 1932 – PHOTO

15-2

A TALE OF TWO MAJESTICS – ARTHUR WILLIAMS – MODELS 463 AND
331 – PHOTO – CIRCUIT MODEL 460

15-2

AUNT DAISY AND LEFT HANDED RADIOS – LEFT HAND DIALS ON
RADIO CORP MODELS – ALSO HMV AS WELL AS COLLIER AND BEALE SETS

15-2

BOOK REVIEW – PHILCO RADIO-1928/1942 – MARK THOMPSON –
HISTORY

15-2

BOOK REVIEW – RADAR STORIES FROM THE RNZAF 1939-45 – IAN
SEXTON

15-2

REFLEXING – JOHN STOKES – MAKING ONE VALVE DO THE WORK OF
TWO -EXAMPLES – COLUMBUS
MODEL 4 – 1952 – PHOTO – CIRCUIT

15-2

SETTING THE PACE-1972 STYLE – JACK RHODES – BARLOW-WADLEY
XCR-30 RECEIVER – HISTORY – PHOTO – BLOCK DIAGRAM

15-2

THE HIKERS ONE REVISITED – PHIL MCGECHIE – TESTS – CIRCUIT
– IMPROVED VERSION – 49 VALVE VERSUS 1Q5

15-2

THE OTHER BRIAN SMITH – PETER LANKSHEAR – AUSTRALIAN
SUPPLIER OF PARTS AND SERVICE – NZ SUPPLIER OF SERVICE AND TRANSFORMER
WINDING

15-1

A MODERN GLOBE RADIO – PHOTO – RADIO IN BASE OF A WORLD
GLOBE

15-1

A NEW ZEALAND
MADE SHORTWAVE ADAPTOR – NEVILLE GRUBNER – MONITOR SW CONVERTOR – FARMERS
TRADING COMPANY AUCKLAND
– PHOTOS – CIRCUIT – HISTORY

15-1

A SHORT HISTORY OF THE TYPE 45 POWER TUBE – ALAN S DOUGLAS -PHOTOS – HISTORY

15-1

ACROSS THE SERVICE BENCH – THE THREE VALVE BELL COLT –
REMOVING PUSH-ON KNOBS WITHOUT DAMAGE – AVC READINGS

15-1

CHRISTCHURCH GROUP FORMATION – MEETING DETAILS – RUSSELL
MCKEE

15-1

LETTER FROM HAWAII
– ALAN ROYCROFT – HISTORY – 1ZM – 1ZQ – B CLASS STATIONS

15-1

MORE REPLICA RADIOS – AVAILABLITY – FRANKLIN MINT – AIR KING SKYSCRAPER –
SPARTON 557 – 1935 EMERSON – 1938 RCA 9WX – 1936 CROSLEY

15-1

NZ STAMP WITH AUNT DAISY AND BELL COLT – REVERSED FRONT LAYOUT

15-1

NZVRS VIDEO TAPES – AVAILABLE AT 11/93 – 8 TAPES – COST

15-1

RADIO LOOKALIKES – DAVE MCLAREN – GM AND AIRLINE –
WELL-MAYDE COMPANY – ECHOPHONE S5 – BUSH

15-1

THE INVISIBLE COMPONENT – JOHN STOKES – COMPONENTS NOT
SHOWN ON CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS – GULBRANSEN – COLLIER AND BEALE

15-1

THE MAJESTIC MODEL 20 – JOHN STOKES – 1931 – GRIGSBY
GRUNOW – HISTORY – PHOTOS – CIRCUIT – REPAIR DIFFICULTIES

15-1

ZC178-WHERE DOES IT FIT IN – D K COLLETT – HISTORY – PHOTO
– WWII PROPAGATION TESTING USE

14-4

THE VINTAGE WIRELESS COMPANY CEASE TRADING – DEC 1993 –
DISPOSAL OF STOCK

14-4

MORTON COUTTS-A RADIO PIONEER – BORN 1904 – TAIHAPE 1924 –
2AQ – PHOTOS – HISTORY – ZL1BQ

14-4

RESTORING 1934 WELDON KITSET – GRAHAM LEA – RESTORATION –
PHOTO – AUSTRALIAN KITSET

14-4

THE SILVER-MARSHALL 738 SHORTWAVE CONVERTOR – JOHN STOKES
– DESCRIPTION -PHOTO CIRCUIT

14-4

THE ZC1 – IAN SANGSTER – GEORGE MCLEAN – HISTORY – PHOTOS
– CIRCUIT

14-4

ZC178 WHERE DOES IT FIT IN?- VHF – AM/FM – PHOTO

14-3

ALAN ROYCROFT REPLIES TO REQUEST FOR MEMORIES OF THE KFI
COCONUT GROVE BROADCASTS

14-3

ANOTHER GOODIE COMES TO LIGHT – JOHN STOKES – JACKSON-BELL
SHORTWAVE CONVERTOR – PHOTOS DESCRIPTION – CIRCUIT

14-3

DO-IT-YOURSELF KIWI – DES WRIGHT – SOME EXAMPLES OF
DANGEROUS ELECTRICAL WIRING FOUND DURING SERVICING

14-3

EXHIBITION III – DESCRIPTION WITH PHOTOS – CATHEDRALS –
NOVELTY RADIOS – ATWATER KENT CONSOLE

14-3

REMLER EQUIPMENT – USE ON MONTEREY – LOFTIN-WHITE DESIGN – SOME
OBSERVATIONS ON PERFORMANCE ETC

14-3

THOUGHTS ON SERVICING – DES SMITH – ITEMS TO WATCH FOR AND
PROCEDURES TO FOLLOW

14-3

WITH THE COLLECTORS (17) – DIGGER HOLMES – PHOTO

14-2

SERVICEMAN TELLS – KEITH MCILRAITH – TIPS ON FIXING OLD
SETS

14-2

SOME SYMBOLS – JOHN STOKES – USE OF SYMBOLS FOR RESISTANCE
AND CAPACITANCE IN CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS

14-2

A FRENCH HORN SPEAKER – ALLAN BREHAUT – BRUNET – 14″
DIAM SWAN NECK TYPE

14-2

BROADCASTING NOSTALGIA – PETER LANKSHEAR – DESCRIPTION OF A
PHOTO GIVEN IN A 1993 NZVRS JOURNAL

14-2

EARLY SOUNDS – SHOP OPENED FOR BUSINESS IN QUEENS ARCADE AUCKLAND – GRAHAM
LINDSEY

14-2

HIS DADDY’S CHOICE – EARLY BRITISH MULTIPANEL RECEIVER –
1924 – R TYPE VALVES – HOME CONSTRUCTED

14-2

MORE ON THE GREBE SYNCHROPHASE – JOHN STOKES – DESCRIPTION
– PHOTOS – EARLY MODELS

14-2

MORE THOUGHTS ON THE HUMBLE BELL COLT – DES SMITH – SKYMASTER – JUPITER
TABLEGRAM – MARINE BAND MODEL

14-2

RADIO LICENSING IN THE UK – PAT LEGGAT – EARLY LICENSING
PRACTICES WITH COSTS AND RESTRICTIONS

14-2

RADIOLA SPEAKER – PHOTO – INFORMATION WANTED ON IT

14-2

ULTIMATE EKCO SERVICE BULLETIN – USE OF RESISTOR AS FUSE
IN CIRCUITS RES REU AND REV

14-1

A BIT ABOUT REMLER – JOHN STOKES – COMPANY HISTORY –
CIRCUIT OF MODEL 21-3 – PHOTO

14-1

AIR CELLS AND AIR CELL TUBES – JOHN STOKES – DESCRIPTION –
PHOTOS

14-1

CALLING ALL PHONOGRAPH COLLECTORS – AGREEMENT TO INTERCHANGE
JOURNALS WITH THE VINTAGE PHONOGRAPH SOCIETY

14-1

MISTAKES IN THE AVO VALVE DATA MANUAL – DON BESWICK

14-1

PACK AND SHIP RADIOS – BILL MOORE USA – RULES FOR PACKING AND
TRANSPORTING RADIOS SUCCESSFULLY

14-1

PHOTO OF KEITH
VAUGHAN AT SHORTLAND ST STUDIOS OF THE NZBS –
1950

14-1

ROUNDING UP COLTS – PETER LANKSHEAR – BELL COLT TYPE – DESCRIPTIONS AND PHOTOS –
CIRCUIT – ROLAX

14-1

WITH THE COLLECTORS (16) – MURRAY HALL – PHOTOS OF
COLLECTION – HOW HE STARTED

13-4

DIRE PENALTIES – LICENSING REQUIREMENTS IN CANADA
IN 1932

13-4

GETTING THE BEST OUT OF 78 RPM RECORDS – ALVIN M TAYLOR –
CHOOSING THE PICKUP ETC – PREAMP CIRCUIT

13-4

PHILIPS FIRST AUSTRALIAN SUPERHET – JOHN STOKES – MODEL A –
1934 – PHOTOS – CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS – DESCRIPTION – HISTORY

13-4

TWIN WAVES AND MORE – ALAN ROYCROFT – DUAL SIGNAL
OPERATION ON ONE ANTENNA IN HAWAII

13-3

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO ….? – JACK
RHODES – LAST DAYS OF E H SCOTT – HISTORY

13-3

A TRANSOCEANIC REUNION –
IAN SANGSTER – THE GENERAL MOTORS S9 – PHOTOS DESCRIPTION

13-3

ANOTHER ‘PEOPLES SET’ – JOHN STOKES – PHILCO UK
TYPE 444 – PHOTOS – DESCRIPTION – 1936

13-3

IAN SANGSTER TAKES OVER AS EDITOR OF THE JOURNAL – JOHN
STOKES

13-3

INDEX OF RECEIVERS COVERED IN THE BULLETIN TO VOL 13 – IAN
SANGSTER

13-3

SERVICING IN THE THIRTIES – ALAN ROYCROFT – SOME
EXPERIENCES

13-3

WITH THE COLLECTORS (15) … BOB COOK – PHOTO –
DESCRIPTION

13-2

A RARE FIND – ALAN ROYCROFT – 1928
RCA MODEL 103 LOUDSPEAKER – CIRCUIT – PHOTO – HISTORY.

13-2

AN EARLY PHILIPS AUTORADIO – TYPE 247/248 – SHORT
DESCRIPTION AND PHOTO OF 247B/248B

13-2

AN EXCELLO ACQUIRED – IAN SANGSTER – PHOTO – DESCRIPTION.

13-2

AUCTIONS AND RADIOS – DAVE MCLAREN – WEBB’S AUCTION OF
HARRY BYRNES COLLECTION

13-2

BOOK REVIEW – RADIO MANUFACTURERS OF THE THE 1920S BY ALAN DOUGLAS – JOHN STOKES

13-2

BOOK REVIEW – ROBERT HAWE – JOHN STOKES – DEALS WITH
CABINET DESIGN

13-2

LAMPHOUSE CLOSED – NEVILLE GRUBNER – SHORT ARTICLE ON THIS
WELLINGTON
RADIO SHOP

13-2

MCMURDO SILVER MASTERPIECE 11 – A CLASSIC RECEIVER OF 1933
– NEVILLE GRUBNER – DESCRIPTION – HISTORY – PHOTOS – CIRCUIT

13-2

RADIO ON THE FARM – OWEN NAIRN – REMINISCENCES

13-2

THE CHANGING NATURE OF HOBBY ELECTRONICS – PETER LANKSHEAR
– SOME OBSERVATIONS ON TRENDS IN THE RADIO AMATEUR CONSTRUCTORS WORLD

13-1

A SCOTT-TAGGART KITSET – NEVILLE GRUBNER – MODEL S.T.300 –
DESCRIPTION – CIRCUIT – PHOTO

13-1

BOOK REVIEW – DISCOVERING VINTAGE RADIO – PETER LANKSHEAR
– ELECTRONICS AUSTRALIA –
115 PAGES – REPRINTS OF ARTICLES FROM ELECTRONICS AUSTRALIA

13-1

COLLECTING…A DISEASE WE ALL SHARE – GEORGE NEWLANDS – PSYCHOLOGY
OF COLLECTING – LIMITING COLLECTIONS – TYPES OF COLLECTIONS

13-1

RCNZ’S BANDSPREAD RECEIVERS – PETER LANKSHEAR – PART 2 –
MODEL 99 – 13 VALVES – 1948 – DESCRIPTION – CIRCUIT – MODEL 91 – CIRCUIT –
PHOTO – MODS

12-4

A HANSCOM RADIO – GRUBNER – 1926 SUPERHET MADE BY HANSCOM RADIO RHODE ISLAND USA – CIRCUIT AND DESCRIPTION

12-4

A HANSCOM RADIO – GRUBNER – NEUTRALISED SUPERHET –
REFLEXED – DESCRIPTION – PART CIRCUIT – ADVERTISEMENT

12-4

A NEW
ZEALAND NOVELTY – LANKSHEAR – HAYWIN
“BROADCASTER” – 1941 – PHOTO – DESCRIPTION.

12-4

A NEW
ZEALAND NOVELTY – PETER LANKSHEAR – HAYWIN
TYPE 52 – PHOTO – DESCRIPTION

12-4

BANDSPREAD SHORTWAVE TUNING IN RCNZ RECEIVERS – JOHN STOKES
– PETER LANKSHEAR – COLUMBUS MODEL 90 – RADIO CORP – MODEL 75 – PHOTOS –
DESCRIPTION

12-4

BOOK REVIEW – OLD TIME RADIOS! RESTORATION AND REPAIR –
JOSEPH CARR – PETER LANKSHEAR – GOOD ON RESTORATION AND REPAIR – HISTORY HAS
FAULTS

12-4

KINKY CIRCUIT IDEAS – JOHN STOKES – AUTODYNE FREQUENCY
CHANGER WITH DYNATRON OSCILLATOR

12-4

RADIO CORPORATION MODEL 75 – PETER LANKSHEAR – DESCRIPTION
– CIRCUIT – DESCRIBES VARIOUS VERSION AS MODEL DEVELOPED

12-4

WELLMAYDE ACE 3 – MODIFICATIONS TO THIS RECEIVER TO
RECEIVE 2YA – HENRY MILNE’S B BATTERY SUPPLY
– COMMENTS – 1ZJ – ALAN ROYCROFT

12-3

A GAS OPERATED RADIO – JOHN STOKES – MILNES GENERATOR –
MILNES RADIO – EAST
MIDLAND GAS
MUSEUM – 1936

12-3

A MUCH USED CABINET – STAN BURRAGE – COLUMBUS 504A – BRITISH PILOT “LITTLE
MAESTRO” OF 1940

12-3

A TALE OF THREE EKCOS – JOHN STOKES – MODEL SH25 – PHOTO
CIRCUIT AND SERVICE NOTES

12-3

AN AUCTION FIND – NEVILLE GRUBNER – W MARKS – 1931/32 – CATHEDRAL
– COURTENAY? – STEWART HARDWARE

12-3

SUPER WASPS – PILOT 4 TUBE BATTERY
– SHORT WAVE – 1929 – DESCRIPTION – PHOTOS – BARRY KING

12-3

SUPER WASPS – PILOT ALL WAVE “NEW SUPER WASP” –
1931- PHOTO – BARRY KING COLLECTION

12-3

WELL-MAYDE ‘ACE 3’ 1930/31 – JOHNS LTD – PHOTO –
ADVERTISEMENT – SHORT DESCRIPTION

12-2

A HAMILTON-WILSON QUENCHED GAP – JOHN STOKES – DESCRIPTION

12-2

BOOK REVIEW – THE BRIGHT SPARKS OF WIRELESS – JESSOP – HISTORY
– AMATEUR RADIO DEVELOPMENT – 1900 ONWARDS

12-2

EARLY CW….1991 STYLE – ERIC KIRBY – UX210 IN 1925
REPLICA AMATEUR TRANSMITTER FOR 40 METRES

12-2

LOFTIN-WHITE AMPLIFIER – USE IN AUDIOLA JUNIOR -1931-
PHOTO AND CIRCUIT

12-2

PEE WEE SETS – JACKSON BELL PETER PAN – FLINT PETER PAN – GILFILLAN DECAL LARK –
HERBERT HORN TIFFANY TONE – PHOTOS – DESCRIPTIONS

12-2

PEEWEE SETS – PHOTOS OF JACKSON BELL – FLINT – GILFILLAN DECAL – HERBERT HORN

12-2

REFLECTING ON COLLECTING – POEM BY JOHN DANKS

12-2

THE MAJESTIC 52 – ALAN DOUGLAS
– DESCRIPTION – PHOTOS

12-1

BATTERY SET DAYS – TONY BEARD – HOME
MANUFACTURE OF HIGH TENSION BATTERIES IN THE EARLY DAYS

12-1

OBITUARY – CHARLES STANLEY BREHAUT – HISTORY – TIMARU –
MAJESTIC – BREMER-TULLY – GILFILLAN AGENCY

12-1

ONE APPROACH TO THE RESTORATION OF VINTAGE RADIOS – JACK
WHITTAKER – CONCLUSION – ALIGNMENT

12-1

THE KREISLER 11-4 ‘SEALED RADIO’ – DARRYL KASCH –
AUSTRALIAN – 1946 – PHOTO – RESTORATION

12-1

THE PHILIPS 2510 – PETER LANSHEAR AND JOHN STOKES –
HISTORY – DESCRIPTION – PHOTOS – CIRCUIT – SPEAKER 2611 – RESTORATION

11-4

AN EARLY AUSTRALIAN RADIO – DARRYL KASCH – UDISCO THREE – BATTERY – 1924/5 – PHOTO SHORT DESCRIPTION

11-4

ANOTHER FIND – KEITH MCILRAITH – 1929 KING 7-V SG MODEL
101 CONSOLE – MONARCH – PHOTO – SHORT DESCRIPTION

11-4

BOOK REVIEW – COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVERS 1932-1981 – RAYMOND
MOORE – HISTORY – COVERS VACUUM TUBED SETS – HALLICRAFTERS – NATIONAL –
HAMMARLUND

11-4

BOOK REVIEW – MORE GOLDEN AGE OF RADIO – JOHN STOKES –
REVIEW BY ARTHUR WILLIAMS

11-4

JENSEN D8 SPEAKER – PHOTOS

11-4

KEITH MCILRAITH REMEMBERS – SERVICING AND RETAIL AT
FARMERS AUCKLAND
– OWN BUSINESS AT ASHBURTON

11-4

NEW IDEAS ARE NOT ALWAYS GOOD IDEAS – SOLIDYNE – UNIDYNE –
STENODE RADIOSTAT – LOFTIN WHITE DIRECT COUPLED AUDIO – LIST OF RECEIVERS
USING IT

11-4

NOSTALGIC WIRELESS – JOHN MANNS – SURREY HILLS MELBOURNE – AWA RADIOLA
BADGES

11-4

ONE APPROACH TO THE REACTIVATION OF VINTAGE RADIOS – JACK WHITTAKER
– INSTRUMENTS REQUIRED – STEPS TO BE TAKEN

11-4

THE FIRST TRIODE HEXODE – JOHN STOKES – TYPE 2A7 – 1933 –
6J8G – 1937 – 6K8 – 1938 – REN704D – HISTORY

11-4

THE WAY IT USED TO BE – TOM WHITE – 4ZO – MR BARNETT –
HISTORY – DUNEDIN
– DX

11-4

TUNABLE OR MODULATION HUM – DES WRIGHT – DESCRIPTION –
REASONS

11-3

A COLUMBUS 25E IN AUSTRALIA
– DARRYL KASCH – PHOTO – RESTORATION

11-3

A COLUMBUS 25E IN AUSTRALIA
– KASCH – CIRCUIT – PHOTO – DESCRIPTION

11-3

BEWARE – SAFETY FIRST – PETER LANKSHEAR – AC/DC RECEIVERS
– TRANSFORMERLESS RADIOS AND THEIR DANGERS

11-3

COULD IT HAPPEN HERE – THE BBC ABANDONS THE BROADCAST BAND
– PETER LANKSHEAR – ALTERNATIVES

11-3

DC DAYS – ALAN ROYCROFT – DC RADIOS BUILT IN NEW ZEALAND FOR USE IN AUCKLAND

11-3

QUITE A FIND – BRYAN MARSH – 1931 ULTIMATE MODEL 856 –
PHOTOS – DESCRIPTION

11-3

WITH THE COLLECTORS – GEORGE ASKEY – PHOTOS

11-2

BEWARE – SAFETY FIRST – PETER LANKSHEAR – TRANSFORMERLESS
RECEIVERS AND THEIR HAZARDS

11-2

BOOK REVIEW – RADIOS – VON GESTERN – WRITTEN IN GERMAN BY
ERNEST ERB – 456 PAGES

11-2

BRANDT RECEIVER USING 3 IN 1 VAVLE TYPE VT139 – PHOTO – DESCRIPTION
– CIRCUIT

11-2

COLUMBUS AND COURTENAY NOTES – PETER LANKSHEAR – NOTES ON
RESTORATION OF RADIO CORP DESIGNS

11-2

CONFERENCE 90 – PHOTOS – DETAILS – AUCTION

11-2

MORE REPROS – ARTHUR WILLIAMS – THOMAS – 1938 ZENITH 5R312

11-2

NZ POST OFFICE TYPE CODING FOR RECEIVERS AND TRANSMITTERS
– PHIL MCGECHIE – DESCRIPTION

11-2

REPRODUCTION OR RESTORATION – CLIFF WRIGHT – REPRODUCING A
1926 DESIGN – PHOTO – CIRCUIT – DESCRIPTION

11-2

RESTORING GLASS SCALES – BRETT HOLDEN – USING SCOTCHCAL
PHOTOGRAPHIC METHOD AND SCREEN PRINTING

11-2

THE VOICE OF NEW ZEALAND – NZ SHORTWAVE
BROADCASTING TRANSMITTERS IN 1945 AND THE START OF THE NEW SERVICE IN 1990

11-2

WIRELESS TELEPHONY IN 1930 – THE ORIGINAL AWA 5KW
RADIOTELEPHONE TRANSMITTER AT WELLINGTON
RADIO – PHOTO – J R SMITH – ZLW

11-1

A COLUMBUS 25E IN AUSTRALIA
– DARRYL KASCH – PHOTO BEFORE RESTORATION – DESCRIPTION

11-1

A KIWI IN RADIO NIRVANA – IAN SANGSTER – VISIT TO ANTIQUE
WIRELESS ASSOCIATION MEETING DESCRIBED

11-1

A VENTURE INTO THE WORLD OF VINTAGE RADIO – JOHN HEALD –
PHOTOS – ULTIMATE MODEL COU – TIFFANY TONE MODEL 158

11-1

AN EARLY MAGNAVOX – ALAN BREHAUT – ELECTRODYNAMIC HORN
TYPE R2B – PHOTO WITH STAN BREHAUT

11-1

CATHEDRALS OR WHAT? – A LOOK AT THE PRESENT CRAZE FOR
ROUND TOPPED RADIOS – DAVE MCLAREN

11-1

MODEL CODES USED BY COLLIER AND BEALE – EXAMPLES – DESCRIPTION

11-1

ONCE IN BABYLON – JOHN STOKES – MARCONI STATION AT BABYLON
– DESCRIPTION – E H ARMSTRONG – CAPT ROUND

11-1

OVERSEAS RADIO-TELEPHONE RECEPTION IN 1930 – REG MOTION –
DESCRIPTION – MT CRAWFORD – P&T RADIO SECTION – E H R GREEN

11-1

THE JAMMING OF UNCLE SCRIM – GEORGE NEWLANDS – GENERAL
ARTICLE

11-1

WITH THE COLLECTORS – DAVE MCLAREN – PHOTO WITH COLLECTION
– DUNEDIN

10-4

A GERMAN WWII MILITARY RECEIVER – GEORGE NEWLANDS – TYPE E5
2B1 – 1944 – LUFTWAFFE – DESCRIPTION – PHOTO – CIRCUIT

10-4

ETIQUETTE FOR VISITING – AT OHM – HUMOROUS NOTES

10-4

JUST BROWSING – VIRTUE – 4XD DUNEDIN – OLDEST IN THE EMPIRE – HISTORY

10-4

NZVRS BULLETIN READERSHIP SURVEY – SUMMARY OF RESULTS

10-4

THE ULTIMATE SCREEN GRID FOUR – JOHN STOKES – 1928
ALL-WAVE DESIGN – PHOTO – HISTORY OF DESIGN AND BRIEF SPECS OF CONTEMPORY
OVERSEAS DESIGNS (NATIONAL ETC)

10-4

TIME FOR TRANSISTORS – WILLIAMS – COLLIER AND BEALE
“TRANSISTOR 8” – HISTORY – DESCRIPTIONS

10-4

WELLINGTON AREA NOTES – NEVILLE GRUBNER –
PHOTO

10-4

WITH THE COLLECTORS – OWEN NAIRN – PHOTO – HISTORY

10-3

BOOK REVIEW – RADIO MANUFACTURERS OF THE 1920S – DOUGLAS

10-3

NZVRS TAPE LIBRARY – LIST OF TITLES AVAILABLE FOR
BORROWING – 17 TAPES DETAILED

10-3

WAS THIS THE FIRST? – WILLIAMS – STELLA MODEL 6A – 1934 –
RADIO CORP – STARRED DIAL

10-3

WITH THE COLLECTORS – BRYAN MARSH – PHOTO – COLLECTION –
NOTES

10-3

A NEW ZEALAND
MIDWEST – MATICH – MIDWEST IMPORT DISTRIBUTORS – AUCKLAND – PHOTO DESCRIPTION

10-3

ATWATER KENT 1926-1936 – PETER LANKSHEAR –
HISTORY AND PHOTOS OF SETS – THEIR DISTRIBUTION IN NZ

10-3

DON’T DESPAIR. THEY’RE ALWAYS OUT THERE – GEORGE ASKEY –
GERMAN – TEKADE VT-139 – PHOTOS – UNKNOWN TYPE

10-3

DXING IN THE EARLY THIRTIES – GILBERT – REMINISCENCES

10-3

EARLY RADIO IN CENTRAL OTAGO
– JOHN BILTON’S EXPERIENCES – INCLUDES DETAILS OF PRIVATE BC STATIONS IN
OTAGO – HE RAN 4ZC

10-3

TIME TO REMEMBER – ERIC KIRBY – HISTORY OF FRANK DILLON
BELL WITH PHOTOS OF HIS EQUIPMENT

10-2

A BRIEF HISTORY OF RADIO IN NEW ZEALAND – REYNOLDS – LORD
RUTHERFORD – PROFESSOR JACK

10-2

AN UNEXPECTED CONSEQUENCE OF AN INEFFECTIVE EARTH –
GILBERT – AN AIRFIELD RADAR PROBLEM

10-2

CRAZED FINISH FOR CABINETS – STRANGE – WOOD OR METAL – MICROTONE
(NZ) LTD ‘MICROCRAZE – APPLICATION

10-2

GETTING IT TOGETHER – PETER LANKSHEAR – SERVICING FOR
BEGINNERS

10-2

VINTAGE RADIO DISPLAY – AUCKLAND SHOWGROUNDS – JUNE 1989

10-1

EARTHING OF THE 50 HERTZ KIND – HEALD – THE MULTIPLE EARTHED
NEUTRAL MAINS – HAZARDS

10-1

SOME THOUGHTS ON THE GREBE SYNCHROPHASE – JOHN STOKES –
DISCUSSES DESIGN INCLUDING MECHANICAL DETAILS

10-1

THE AWARUA RADIO AND COMMUNICATIONS MUSEUM
– ARTHUR WILLIAMS – DESCRIPTION

10-1

THE STORY OF THE GECOPHONE – JOHN STOKES – 2 VALVE
-1923/24 – PHOTOS – CIRCUIT HISTORY

10-1

VALVES (PART 3) – SERVICING FOR BEGINNERS – PETER
LANKSHEAR – NUMBERING – DIRECT EQUIVALENTS – SUPPLIERS OF VALVES

09-4

MORE REPROS .. A SIGN OF THE TIMES
– GE MODEL 4100J REPLICA – RCA VICTOR OR HMV R-7 REPLICA – PHOTOS

09-4

SHORTWAVE CONVERTORS – KNOWLES – GENERAL NOTES ON NZ AND
OVERSEAS DESIGNS – PHOTOS – CROMWELL – ULTIMATE – PACIFIC

09-4

THE AERIAL – GILBERT – DESCRIPTION – DESIGNS

09-4

THE FIRST PHILIPS RADIO – JOHN STOKES – TYPE 2501 – 3
VALVE – 1926 – CIRCUIT – HISTORY

09-4

THE FIRST PHIPIPS RADIO – JOHN STOKES – TYPE 2501 – TYPE
2502 – DESCRIPTION – CIRCUIT

09-4

VALVES (PART 2) – SERVICING FOR BEGINNERS – PETER LANKSHEAR
– REPAIRING LOOSE BASES AND TOP CAPS

09-3

B-D AND H-R REMEMBERED – STOKES – HAMMARLUND ROBERTS 4
VALVE – 4 VALVE BROWNING DRAKE – CIRCUITS – REGENAFORMER – DESCRIPTION

09-3

FIDELITY ON THE CHEAP – MCDIARMID – OVERHAULING EM
SPEAKERS

09-3

GEORGE NEWLANDS – PHOTO AT NZPO MUSEUM
– DEFOREST TYPE 1B RECEIVER – MARCONI 10 INCH SPARK COIL

09-3

REPRODUCTION RADIOS – A NEW COLLECTIBLE -JOHN STOKES

09-3

SOMETHING DIFFERENT – JOHN STOKES – 1939 RADIO CORP MODEL 88
10 VALVE CONSOLE WITH PUSHBUTTON TUNING – PHOTO – DESCRIPTION – CIRCUIT
DIAGRAM

09-3

SOMETHING DIFFERENT – JOHN STOKES – RADIO CORP MODEL 80 –
PHOTOS – CIRCUIT – DESCRIPTION

09-3

THE FAMOUS BROWNING DRAKE – STOKES – CIRCUIT – DESCRIPTION
AND HISTORY

09-3

VALVES PART 1 -PETER LANKSHEAR – SERVICING FOR BEGINNERS –
TESTING VALVES

09-2

THE ‘REESONATOR’ – ARTHUR WILLIAMS – DESCRIPTION – WAVE
TRAP – GADGET

09-2

BATYPHONE RADIOS – TUPPEN – PERTH MANUFACTURE – PHOTOS – 1930S

09-2

CHARLES ECKERSLEY FORREST – EARLY NZ RADIO PIONEER – WELLINGTON CLASS B
STATION OWNER – INTERNATIONAL RADIO CO LTD

09-2

POTENTIOMETERS – SERVICING FOR BEGINNERS – PETER LANKSHEAR
– DESCRIPTION – TAPERS – PROBLEMS

09-2

RADIO SETS – COSTS – HINTS ON INSTALLATION – 1929

09-2

TRANSFORMER HEATING – PETER LANKSHEAR – SAFE OPERATING
TEMPERATURE – MEASUREMENT OF INTERNAL TEMPERATURE

09-2

WITH THE COLLECTORS – FRITS WILLEMSEN – PHOTO –
DESCRIPTION OF COLLECTION

09-1

A BIT MORE ON CAPACITORS – GEORGE NEWLANDS – FAULTY TYPES
– SOLAR – ELECTROLYTICS

09-1

AMPLION RS1 LOUDSPEAKER – RADIOLUX – 1925 – PHOTO

09-1

BOOK REVIEW – RADIOS; THE GOLDEN AGE – COLLINS – PICTURE
BOOK – RADIOS FROM 1933 TO 1957

09-1

RESISTORS – SERVICING FOR BEGINNERS – PETER LANKSHEAR –
TYPES – FAULTS

09-1

SOMETHING OLD – SOMETHING NEW – RANSON – PRODUCTION OF
HORN SPEAKERS IN THE 1980S – ‘SONNAR-PHONE’

09-1

THE CROSLEY 130 – LANKSHEAR – DESCRIPTION – CIRCUIT – 1932
– DESIGN FLAWS

09-1

THE CROSLEY 130 – PETER LANKSHEAR – DESCRIPTION AND
CIRCUIT

09-1

THE RCA VICTOR RE57 – DAVE MCLAREN – 1930 TRF CONSOLE –
PHOTO AND DESCRIPTION

09-1

WHERE HAVE ALL THE CROSLEYS GONE – JOHN STOKES – HISTORY –
FAILURE RATE

09-1

WITH THE COLLECTORS – BILL FARMER – PHOTO – ZENITH CONSOLE

08-4

CAPACITORS – SERVICING FOR BEGINNERS – LANKSHEAR – HISTORY
– TYPES

08-4

50 YEARS OF CATALIN RADIO CABINETS – DESCRIPTION OF THE
CATALIN CASTING PROCESS FOR PLASTICS

08-4

A DIFFERENT DETECTOR – USE OF DIODE DETECTOR AS PHASE
INVERTOR IN THE LAFAYETTE
MODEL D50 PHOTO – CIRCUIT AND DESCRIPTION.

08-4

A GENERAL MOTORS RADIO – STOKES – THE GM MODEL 250C –
BRIEF DESCRIPTION AND PHOTO

08-4

L B SCOTT – RADIO FIRM IN CHRISTCHURCH – 1930’S – PHOTOS

08-4

ORPHEUS RADIO
MUSEUM – BALLARAT AUSTRALIA –
ADDRESS ETC

08-4

THE DUAL-WAVE RADIOLETTES – AWA TYPE R33 AND R37 – PHOTO
AND DESCRIPTION

08-4

THE S.H.B. WIRELESS CO. – CYRIL BRANDON – 1908

08-4

USING YOUR RIDER’S – STOKES – PRACTICAL TIPS

08-4

WITH THE COLLECTORS – IAN BROWN – PHOTO ETC

08-3

BEETHOVENS BABY – THE BEETHOVEN MODEL 555 – PHOTO –
DESCRIPTION AND CIRCUIT

08-3

CLICKS SCRATCHES STATIC – ROYCROFT – SOURCES OF THESE IN RESTROED
RADIOS

08-3

RADAR DAYS – BOWEN – BOOK REVIEW – DEVELOPMENT OF RADIO
LOCATION IN BRITAIN

08-3

RF COILS – SERVICING FOR BEGINNERS – LANKSHEAR –
DESCRIPTIONS – FAULTS

08-3

HOSE BIG BRITISH BOTTLES – STOKES – PX4 – PX25 – PHOTOS – HISTORY

08-3

WITH THE COLLECTORS – ARTHUR WILLIAMS – PHOTOS OF SELF
WITH COLLECTION

08-2

IF TRANSFORMERS – SERVICING FOR BEGINNERS – LANKSHEAR –
DESCRIPTIONS – GREEN SPOTS – SUBSTITUTIONS

08-2

LOEWE IN NZ – JOHN STOKES – HISTORY OF THE LOEWE 3 IN 1
VALVED RADIOS WITH PHOTOS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

08-2

MU AND Q – BROWNING DRAKE CORP – BRIGHTON MASS.
– EMBLEM – HISTORY -1925 – MODEL 5-R ADVERTISEMENT

08-2

THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ATWATER
KENT MODEL 30 – DOUGLAS – HISTORY WITH PHOTOS

08-2

ZENITH CHASSIS IDENTIFICATION – MAKEUP OF THE MODEL NUMBER

08-1

A ‘DOUBLE BACKED ‘ MICROPHONE – STANDARD MODEL 4001 –
DOUBLE BUTTON CARBON TYPE – STC – PHOTO

08-1

BOOK REVIEW – RADIO! RADIO! – JONATHAN HILL – 1986

08-1

CAVEAT EMPTOR – THE GAFFER – PURCHASING PRE 1930 MODELS –
MAJESTIC 100B – FAULTS FOUND

08-1

COLLECTING HEADSETS – ARTHUR WILLIAMS – MODELS USED IN NZ
– DATING – DIAGRAMS – COMPARISON TESTS

08-1

LOUDSPEAKERS – SERVICING FOR BEGINNERS – LANKSHEAR – TYPES
– FAULTS – SUBSTITUTIONS – REPAIRS

07-4

THE FIRST PHILIPS SUPERHET – ARTICLE WITH PHOTOS OF
PHILIPS TYPE 336A

07-4

AN EARLY WAVEMETER – GEORGE NEWLANDS – TELEFUNKEN EGM WAVEMETER
– VLA AWANUI – CIRCUIT – DESCRIPTION – PHOTO (FRONT PAGE)

07-4

WATCH THAT LEAKAGE – MCDIARMID – FORMING ELECTROLYTICS

07-4

ANOTHER VIEW BY ANOTHER WIFE – COMMENTS – SOME HUMOROUS!

07-4

REPAIR WORK FOR BEGINNERS – PART 3 – LANKSHEAR – AUDIO
TRANSFORMERS

07-4

WITH THE COLLECTORS – PETER LANKSHEAR – PHOTO – NOTES

07-3

A WRINKLY PROBLEM SOLVED – MCDIARMID – PRODUCTION OF
CRACKLE FINISH

07-3

EARLY DAYS – J L PASSMORE – DUNEDIN – 1903 TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER –
PHOTO – NOTES

07-3

MY RADIOLA 20 – MCLAREN – PHOTO – RESTORATION

07-3

REPAIR WORK FOR BEGINNERS – PART 2 – LANKSHEAR – POWER
TRANSFORMERS

07-3

SOME NOTES ON THE RADIOLA 20 – DOUGLAS
– HISTORY OF RCA DESIGNS AROUND 1926 – PHOTO

07-3

SOME THOUGHTS ON THE DISPOSAL OF COLLECTIONS – NEWLANDS

07-3

A WRINKLY PROBLEM EXPOSED – DESCRIBES A METHOD OF
OBTAINING “WRINKLE” FINISH

07-3

MY RADIOLA 20 – MCLAREN – NOTES AND A PHOTO

07-3

PHILIPS TWINS – STOKES – MODEL 930A – MODEL 932 – PHOTO
DESCRIPTION – HISTORY

07-2

DC DAYS – ROYCROFT – COLONIAL MODEL 32 – MEMORIES

07-2

LETTER – DISPOSAL OF COLLECTIONS – O’CONNOR – MUSEUMS –
SALES

07-2

MORE ON METAL TUBES – CHISHOLM – CATKIN VALVES – PHOTOS –
DESCRIPTION

07-2

MU AND Q – USE OF TERMS IN ADVERTISING

07-2

REPAIR WORK FOR BEGINNERS – LANKSHEAR – SERVICING –
RESTORING – OVERHAULING – METHODS

07-2

TINY RADIOS – STOKES – EMERSON – ASTOR – DESIGN – PHOTOS

07-2

BOOK REVIEW – E.H.SCOTT THE DEAN OF DX – HOBBS 1985 – HISTORY OF SCOTT

07-2

SOME UNUSUAL VALVES – 3 FILAMENT TYPES – CLEARTONE

07-1

A VISIT FROM “S-T” – LETTER RE VISIT OF SCOTT-TAGGART
TO AN RAF BASE IN LINCOLNSHIRE

07-1

RADIO LTD’S TOP OF THE RANGE IN 1937 – KNOWLES – 14 VALVE
ALL-WAVE – MODEL BO – PHOTS – DESCRIPTION – CIRCUIT

07-1

THE HIKER’S ONE – PHOTO – CIRCUIT – DESCRIPTION – 1937

07-1

VALE KELVIN CUFF – A NZ ELECTRONICS PIONEER – 1929 – CUFF
& THOMPSON – CU-TONE

07-1

WHAT IS A MEROLA? – STOKES – MAGNETIC ELECTRIC REPRODUCER
– CONNECTION

07-1

GETTING STARTED – 1931 – ONE VALVE REGENERATIVE SET –
EXPERIENCES

06-4

78 YEARS LATER – STANTON
HICKS – RAWSON STARK – CYRIL BRANDON – 1908 RADIO TELEGRAPHY EXPERIMENTS IN
OTAGO

06-4

A BOOKWORM – PHOTO OF DAVE MCLAREN WITH NOTES

06-4

A DIFFERENT SCOTT – RHODES
– HISTORY – BIOGRAPHY

06-4

NZ RADIO PERIODICALS – WILLIAMS – LISTING – HISTORY –
RADIO RECORD – WIRELESS AND BROADCASTING NEWS – RADIO TIMES

06-4

RANDOM THOUGHTS ON RANDOM SUBJECTS – NEWLANDS – MUSEUMS –
GIFTING COLLECTIONS

06-4

RESTORING A CROXLEY “GEMBOX” – MCLAREN – MODEL
608 – 1928 – PHOTOS – DESCRIPTION

06-4

SOME TIPS ON RESTORING PHILIPS RADIOS – PATON

06-3

MAGNAVOX
POWER AMPLIFIERS – TYPE R1332 – R1343 – PHOTOS – 1922 – DESCRIPTION

06-3

MAGNAVOX POWER AMPLIFIERS IN 1922 – PHOTOS AND DISCUSSION

06-3

SIMPLE JOBS FOR SIMPLE PEOPLE – ROYCROFT – SMELLY POWER
TRANSFORMERS

06-3

SOUND REPRODUCERS – ROYCROFT – DISCUSSION OF VARIOUS TYPES

06-3

THE ULTIMATE 524 SUPERHET – DESCRIPTION – PHOTOS –
RECONDITIONING EXPERIENCES

06-3

A.W.A.’S FIRST AC SUPERHET – STOKES – 1932 – FISK RADIOLA
120 – DESCRIPTION

06-3

MAKING REPRODUCTION KNOBS – MCDIARMID – PART 2 – CASTING

06-3

THE ULTIMATE 524 SUPERHET – GILBERT – PHOTOS – DESCRIPTION

06-2

FIFTY YEARS LATER – AMERICAN METAL TUBE IN RETROSPECT –
STOKES – HISTORY – DESCRIPTIONS – PHOTO

06-2

THE 6J7 AND ITS RELATIVES – LANKSHEAR – HISTORY –
DESCRIPTIONS

06-2

THE NEW MASTERPIECE VI – MCMURDO SILVER – ADVERT – PHOTO –
21 TUBE – 1937

06-2

THE RADIOLA 26 – DOUGLAS
– DESCRIPTION – PHOTO

06-2

THE RADIOLA 26 – DOUGLAS – PHOTOS – DESCRIPTIONS

06-2

CALIFORNIA VISITED – MATICH

06-2

MAKING REPRODUCTION KNOBS – MCDIARMID – PART 1 – MAKING
THE MOULD

06-2

MCMURDO SILVER “MASTERPIECE V” – KING –
DESCRIPTION – CIRCUIT- PHOTO

06-2

RADIO SERVICE 1985 – SERVICING A LOEWE-OPTA MODEL 716

06-1

HIGH JINKS IN THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT (3) – ROYCROFT

06-1

NZVRS MEMBERSHIP LIST AT MARCH 1985

06-1

THE HARGUS SCREENED VALVE FOUR – PHOTO – ADVERTISEMENT

06-1

A BRUNSWICK
SPEAKS AGAIN – HOLMES – RESTORATION

06-1

BUILDING THE “GAINER” – BYAM – CIRCUIT –
DESCRIPTION – PHOTO

06-1

HOW WE BEGAN – EARLY HISTORY OF THE NZVRS

05-4

AN EKCO A22 – MCLAREN – THE CIRCULAR DIAL EKCO –
DESCRIPTION AND PHOTO

05-4

FIFTY YEARS AT HENDERSON
– HISTORY – 1YA – PHOTO

05-4

RADIO INSPECTORS VAN 1926 MODEL – PHOTO AND BRIEF
DESCRIPTION

05-4

SSB ON A SHOESTRING – KING – ADDING A BFO

05-4

THE ATWATER
KENT 708 AND ITS SIBLINGS – LANKSHEAR – CIRCUIT – HISTORY

05-4

AN EKCO A 22 – MCLAREN – PHOTO -DESCRIPTION

05-4

BOOK REVIEW – AUSTRALIAN RADIO – THE TECHNICAL STORY 1923
T0 1983

05-4

HIGH JINKS IN THE SERVICE DEPT – ROYCROFT – SECOND ARTICLE

05-4

P & T RADIO INSPECTORS VAN ( 1928 ) – PHOTO

05-3

SETTING UP A VINTAGE HAM RADIO STATION – BYAM – DESIGN FROM
APRIL 39 QST

05-3

THE GREBE SYNCHROPHASE – DOUGLAS – DESCRIPTION AND PHOTO

05-3

AMPLION RADIOLUX SPEAKERS IN THE BREHAUT COLLECTION –
PHOTOS – DESCRIPTION

05-3

BOOK REVIEW – ANTIQUE RADIOS – RESTORATION AND PRICE GUIDE
– STOKES

05-3

HIGH JINKS IN THE SERVICE DEPT – DOUGLAS – JOHNS LTD

05-3

RADIOLA III – PHOTO – DESCRIPTION

05-3

SETTING UP A VINTAGE HAM STATION – BYAM – NATIONAL SW3
RECEIVER – OWN DESIGN TRANSMITTER

05-3

SPEAKING OF NOSTALGIA – RADIO PROGRAMMES OF THE 1950’S –
THOMPSON – LIFE WITH DEXTER ETC

05-3

THE 3D6/1299 AS A REPLACEMNET FOR OBSOLETE BATTERY OPERATED TRIODES – NEWLAND – PERFORMANCE

05-3

THE ATWATER KENT CHASSIS NUMBERING
SYSTEM – LANKSHEAR – DESCRIPTION

05-2

EXHIBITION II – DESCRIPTION – PHOTOS

05-2

IN A TAIHAPE GARDEN – DE FOREST
1921 SET – PHOTO – DESCRIPTION – OWNER MORTON COUTTS

05-2

MEET…TONY MERRALLS – COLLECTOR – PHOTO – HISTORY

05-2

NEUTRALISATION – ANCIENT AND MODERN – ALLEN – METHODS –
CIRCUITS

05-2

NORDEN-HAUCK THE HIGHEST CLASS RECEIVER IN THE WORLD –
STOKES – MODEL SUPER-10(1926) – PHOTO – CIRCUIT – DESCRIPTION

05-2

THE EKCO SW86 – PART 2 – LANKSHEAR – DESCRIPTION – CIRCUIT

05-1

FADA – DOUGLAS – COMPANY
HISTORY – PHOTOS NEUTRO JUNIOR NO 195 – NEUTROCEIVER NO 175A

05-1

KING GEORGE V LIKED R.C.C. – A SET CUSTOM DESIGNED FOR THE
KING – PHOTO – HISTORY

05-1

SOME CURIOSITIES IN THERMIONIC AND RADIO TECHNIQUES –
INDIRECTLY HEATED OUTPUT TRIODES – 2A3H – 6A5H – 6AS7G – 6336A

05-1

SOME CURIOUSITIES IN THERMIONIC AND RADIO TECHNIQUE – NO 3
THE STABILISATION OF TRIODE TRF AMPLIFIERS – SUTHERLAND – GRID STOPPERS

05-1

THE EKCO SW86 – LANKSHEAR – DESCRIPTION – PHOTO

05-1

THE GREBE SYNCHROPHASE – DOUGLAS
– PHOTO – DESCRIPTION – HISTORY

04-4

DE FOREST OT3 TRANSMITTER
USED BY ROY KEITH IN HAWERA IN 1922 – “B” CLASS STATION LICENSED AS
2ZB

04-4

SOME NOTES ON THE RESTORATION OF A PHILCO MODEL 70 –
WILLIAMS – DESCRIPTION – PHOTOS

04-4

THE PEOPLES RADIO – GERMAN WARTIME RADIO TYPE DKE –
DESCRIPTION – PHOTO – CIRCUIT

04-4

GECOPHONE VICTOR 3 – 1929 – TELEFUNKEN ARCOLETTE

04-4

LIST OF TALKS GIVEN TO NZVRS AUCKLAND DURING PERIOD 1980-84

04-4

SOME CURIOUSITIES IN THERMIONIC AND RADIO TECHNIQUES –
LISSEN PT2A – BRIMAR – PHILCO – 41E – 42E – 6F6EG – SUPPRESSOR CONNECTS TO
CONTROL GRID

04-4

THE DKE 1938 – WHAT WAS IT AND WHO MADE IT? – PHOTOS

04-3

IDENTIFICATIONOF PREWAR PHILIPS RECEIVERS SOLD IN NZ –
MODEL NUMBER TELLS ALL

04-3

SCOTT AND THE WORLD RECORD 9 – RHODES – SCOTT’S PORTABLE
SUPERHET USING A FRAME ANTENNA

04-3

THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE RADIOLA 80 – LANKSHEAR –
DESCRIPTION – PHOTOS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

04-3

APIA RADIO PRE 1914 – PHOTO –
TELEFUNKEN SPARK

04-3

BOOK REVIEW – BROADCASTING GRAVE AND GAY – KEN COLLINS

04-3

BOOK REVIEW – PRACTICAL HANDBOOK OF VALVE RADIO REPAIRS –
CHAS MILLER

04-3

CROSLEY RADIO 59AC – WIGIT – ORACLE – PHOTOS

04-3

CRYSTAL SETS – PHOTOS – JOHNS LTD
CATALOGUE – FORTEVOX JUNIOR – TRANSANT – CLIVIC

04-2

RESTORING A PILOT SUPER WASP – KING – DESCRIPTION – PHOTOS
AND CIRCUIT

04-2

THE CROSLEY TRIDYN – DOUGLAS
– 3 TUBE REFLEX – CIRCUIT AND DESCRIPTION

04-2

WHO SAID THAT? RADIO IS A COMMERCIAL FAILURE – EDISON

04-2

MORE YET ON THE THEATRETTE – AUSTRALIAN MODEL – BRITON
THEATRETTE – DESCRIPTION

04-2

THE MINIMICRO TRANSMITTER – PETER LANKSHEAR – MINI
TRANSMITTER FOR DEMONSTRATING SETS USING OLDTIME PROGRAMMES – DESIGN –
CIRCUIT – PHOTO

04-1

EARLY NZ CALLSIGNS – USE OF NZ AS THE PREFIX BEFORE
INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENT

04-1

MORE ON THE PHILIPS THEATRETTE – STOKES – DISCUSSES THE
MATADOR DESIGN USING 4V TUBES

04-1

NOTES ON THE RESTORATION OF AN HMV-RCA A4 – MCLAREN – PHOTOS
ANDE DESCRIPTION

04-1

THE DEFOREST D10 RECEIVER – DOUGLAS – 3 VALVE REFLEXED –
CIRCUIT AND PHOTO

04-1

A SELF RECTIFYING PENTODE – ROGERS 89RS/6Q7S – OUTPUT PENTODE COMBINED
WITH A RECTIFIER

04-1

GOLDIN’S OLDIES – RECORDINGS OF OLD RADIO PROGRAMMES
AVAILABLE BY MAIL ORDER

04-1

MULLARD MAS-12 “WESTMINSTER”
– PHOTO

04-1

RADIOCRAFT MODEL D-4 – PHOTO – SHORT NOTE

04-1

THE BLOOPER – JACK RHODES
– SHORT DESCRIPTION – PHOTO – REGENERATIVE RECEIVER

03-4

THREE DOTS ACROSS THE ATLANTIC
– KIRBY – DISCUSSES MARCONI’S EFFORTS

03-4

VLO – ZLO AN EARLY NZ WIRELESS STATION – STOKES – USE OF A
FLEA POWER MORSE STATION AT MANSION HOUSE KAWAU ISLAND IN 1925

03-4

70 YEARS OF RADIO TUBE COLLECTING – JOHN STOKES – BOOK
REVIEW BY PETER LANKSHEAR

03-4

FOUR-IN-ONE VALVE – QUADRUPLE VALVE COMPANY – 1929 – 12
PIN BASE – PHOTO

03-4

MAN OF HIGH FIDELITY-EDWIN HOWARD ARMSTRONG – BOOK REVIEW
BY ARTHUR WILLIAMS – BIOGRAPHY

03-4

SAGA OF A VACUUM TUBE – DON SUTHERLAND – REPAIR – BROKEN
GRID WIRE – VALVE TYPE 221

03-3

SALVAGING OLD PAPER CONDENSERS – BAKING TIMES ETC

03-3

KILL THAT BORER – DETAILS OF SERVICE OFFERED BY MINISTRY
OF AG AND FISH – COSTS – METHYL BROMIDE FUMIGATION

03-3

MR HAWAKAWA’S PROPELLING PENCIL – JOHN STOKES – SHARP DYNE
FUJI – 1929 – SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION USA – HISTORY

03-3

MUSEUMS – MASS PRODUCTION AND OTHER THINGS – MICK SHEPHERD

03-3

NOVELTY RADIOS OF THE 1930’S – STEWART WARNER PORT-O-BAR –
PATTERSON “RADIO KEG” – COLONIAL MODELS 158 – 700 – 701 – PHOTO –
CIRCUIT – DESCRIPTION

03-3

SOMETHING TO SMILE ABOUT – STAN BREHAUT WITH AN ATWATER KENT
MODEL 10 – PHOTO

03-2

AUCKLAND RADIO – VLD – ZLD – T R CLARKSON
– FROM 2.5KW SPARK PRE 1920 TO MUSICK POINT

03-2

MUSEUMS AND MUSEUMS – SHEPHERD – DISCUSSES RESTORATION AND
CONSERVATION AS SEEN BY MUSEUMS

03-2

ZENITH V PHILIPS – LANKSHEAR DISCUSSES THE RELATIVE DESIGN
AND THE SERVICING DIFFICULTIES ETC

03-2

A COLLECTION OF RADIOS OBTAINED BY BREHAUT FAMILY – TIMARU
– PHOTO

03-2

USA RADIO LABELS – NRA – RMA – UL –
THEIR MEANING

03-1

NOTES ON THE RESTORATION OF A BREMER TULLY COUNTERPHASE
RECEIVER – WILLIAMS – PHOTOS – NO CIRCUIT

03-1

THE DE FOREST ULTRAAUDION AND AMPLIFIER – EX AWARUA – PRE
1920 – NZPO MUSEUM – PHOTO AND DESCRIPTION

03-1

POST OFFICE MUSEUM – SHORT MENTION WITH LOCATION GIVEN

03-1

THE SOUTHERN STALWARTS IN ACTION – PHOTO – ARTHUR WILLIAMS
– PETER LANKSHEAR – IAN KING WITH AMRAD NEUTRODYNE

02-4

AN EARLY JAPANESE RADIO – JOHN STOKES – SHARP DYNE 4 VALVE
TRF – CIRCUIT PHOTO

02-4

A NEW ZEALANDER RECALLS EARLY RADIO MANUFACTURING IN THE USA – ARTHUR
ASLLEN. GILFILLAN FACTORY – PLYMOUTH RADIO CORP TYPE G – CIRCUIT

02-4

BOOK REVIEW – A HISTORY OF RADIO IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA – ROSS

02-4

RESTORATION….WHAT IS IT? – IAN KING – VIEWS OF A MUSEUM
CURATOR

02-3

BRAND NAMES OF NEW ZEALAND RADIOS –
SUPPLEMENTARY LIST

02-3

HOW I GOT HOOKED ON RADIO COLLECTING – PETER LANKSHEAR

02-3

SCOTT AND HIS RADIOS (PART 2) – JOHN STOKES – ALLWAVE 15 –
LABORATORY

02-2

AT THE EXHIBITION – DESCRIPTION WITH PHOTOS OF THE 1981 VRS EXHIBITION IN DOMINION RD
METHODIST CHURCH HALL AUCKLAND

02-2

THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ATWATER
KENT
MODEL 70 – LANKSHEAR – LAST OF THE SCREEN GRID TRF’S – TYPE L2 CHASSIS

02-2

INTERMEDIATE FREQUENCIES (IF) USED IN USA BETWEEN
1930 AND 1937

02-1

EARLY WIRELESS – ANTHONY CONSTABLE – BOOK REVIEW – JOHN
STOKES

02-1

SCOTT AND HIS RADIOS – STOKES – HISTORY OF ERNEST H SCOTT
AND THE RADIOS HE PRODUCED

02-1

A VISIT TO SOME EUROPEAN MUSEUMS – DEUTSCHES RUNDFUNK – MUSEE
DE LA RADIO – MUSEO DELLA SCIENZA E DELLA TECNICA – LONDON SCIENCE MUSEUM

02-1

SERVICING INSTRUMENTS OF THE 30’S – JEFFREYS – COVERS
SUPREME DIAGNOMETER AND SUPREME SET ANALYSER

01-4

ALTONA AND ALTONA GRAND – PHOTO – 5 VALVE AROUND 1925

01-4

HAMMARLUND ROBERTS 4 VALVE REGENERATIVE – PHOTO AND BRIEF
DESCRIPTION

01-4

NZ ARMY WIRELESS SET NO 1 – KIRBY – PHOTO AND BRIEF
DESCRIPTION WITH CIRCUIT

01-4

TEMPLE RADIO – HISTORY INCLUDING NZ PRODUCTION
BY ELLIS AND CO AUCKLAND

01-4

THE “COURIER” RADIO – 3 VALVE – 4 VALVE –
1928/29 – PHOTO – ADVERTISEMENT

01-4

ORIGIN OF THE WORD RADIO – HISTORY – 1898

01-3

BRAND-NAMES OF NEW ZEALAND RADIOS – BRAND-NAME S- DISTRIBUTORS
AND MANUFACTURERS FOR VALVED DOMESTIC AND CAR RADIOS ARE GIVEN – FULL LIST

01-3

SOME NOTES ON THE MAJESTIC MODEL 90B – LANKSHEAR –
INCLUDES PHOTOS

01-3

MARCONI AT BOLOGNA – ERIC
KIRBY – HISTORY ITALY
BIRTHPLACE

01-2

A VACATION DOWN UNDER – FLOYD LYONS – A COLLECTOR HOLIDAYS
IN AUSTRALIA
AND NZ – REPRINT FROM CALIFORNIAN HISTORICAL RADIO SOCIETY JOURNAL.

01-2

RADIO DISPLAY AT THE INVERCARGILL ARTS FESTIVAL

01-2

RESTORATION HINTS ON ATWATER
KENT
RADIOS – PETER LANKSHEAR

01-2

WHAT SPARKED MY INTEREST IN VINTAGE RADIO COLLECTING –
ERNIE WILSON – VICTORIA AUSTRALIA

01-1

1921 DE FOREST MODEL O-T3 RADIOPHONE AS USED BY WILKINS
AND FIELDS IN WELLINGTON
IN 1926 – PHOTO

01-1

BOOK REVIEW – EDISON THE MAN WHO TURNED DARKNESS INTO
LIGHT – COOK – 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF EDISONS
INVENTION

01-1

THE STORY OF ULTIMATE RADIO – HISTORY – RADIO LTD – RADIO
(1936) LTD – SCREEN GRID 4 – PHOTO
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