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 Merry Christmas everyone
 Return to top of page · Post #: 1 · Written at 17:18 on 29 December 2004.
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I have now added the new article on the Life Cycle Evolution of receivers. There is two pages and the links are called Life Cycles 1 and Life Cycles 2. The next article I am going to work on is a description of the many commonly used valves over the last eighty years of radio. This article will naturally include pictures of what is being described.

On an unrelated note, Merry Christmas everyone, eat and drink lots (unless you're driving!) and be merry.


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Brad.

A valve a day keeps the transistor away...


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