[time-nuts] Gentlemen, unlimber your Broadband Connections

Dr. David Kirkby david.kirkby at onetel.net
Sun Apr 29 06:33:51 EDT 2007

Neon John wrote:
> For here is the treasure-trove for those of us who like old machines,
> fire bottles and big hunking things that glow and make noise.
> http://www.pmillett.com/
> In particular, 
> http://www.pmillett.com/technical_books_online.htm
> Over a gig of scanned tube manuals, textbooks, reference books, etc.
> Among the goodies, note the Coyne Electrical School encyclopedia,
> perhaps THE best all-in-one summary of industrial electricity
> pre-solid state.  Much is still applicable.  I was gifted a set of
> these when I was about 7 and commenced to memorize them :-)
> Also note one of the Radio Handbooks that has design information on
> designing diathermy machines.  Induction heating, anyone?
> John

Nice site.

I've just downloaded a copy of "Antennas" by Krauss. I own a copy 
(paper) but it is useful to have it on a laptop. That said, I'd much 
rather read from paper, but its not too practical to carry these things 
around in paper format.

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