The Legacies of Edwin Howard Armstrong
By The Radio Club of America, Inc.
$30 print version | $15 electronic version
Paperback, 336 pages
The history of Edwin Howard Armstrong, a radio pioneer; invented regenerative circuit, invented superheterodyne circuit making two-way radio possible; invented wide band FM technology; developed with John Bose, FM multiplex transmitting which made radio and television stereo broadcasting possible; the Armstrong Medal.
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Radio Club of America Platinum Jubilee Yearbook
Celebrate 100 years of RCA history, from 1909 to 2009!
$25 (includes shipping & handling)
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Table of Contents:
- All past Radio Club Proceedings and Yearbooks
- President’s Message – Stan Reubenstein
- 2009 Officers, Directors & Committees
- RCA Centennial Editorial – Martin Cooper
- Congratulatory Letters from APCO, the Antique Wireless Association, and the Old-Old-Timers Club
- 100th Anniversary Yearbook Preface – Jack Belrose
- The Radio Club of America – Historical Overview
- First Amateur Radio Club in America – Reprint from Radio Broadcast
- The Many Faces of Radio – Martin Cooper
- The Mythical Shortage of Spectrum – Martin Cooper
- The Amateur Radio Service and the ITU
- Amateur Radio Contributions to the Art and Science of Communications
- Amateur Radio Exploration of 500 kHz
- Peer-to-Peer Wireless Technology Past, Present and Future
- Recent Developments in Antennas at the Communications Research Centre Canada
- Software Defined Radio – Signals You Can See
- The Quest for Higher Frequency
- Ultra-Wide Bandwith Systems
- Weak Signal LF Experimentation in Newfoundland
- Presidents from 1984-2009
- Membership List, October 2009
- Radio Club Honorary Members
- List of Awards, 2009