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Contents du Bulletin de l'AEA série normale 103
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Technical pages :
Construction des cadres by G. Malgorn.
Guy Malgorn was a well known officier, expert for the signal techniques in the French Navy. We are indebted to him for many articles and technical books concerning radio electricity. It seems to us useful, for the old-radio collectors, to give a reprint of these pratical advice for a loop antenna making.

Retro press :
Le but est atteint… ou presque ! by A. Boursin.
We reprint hereafter a WW Ianectocte, related by Alain Boursin who was one of the new radio pioneer and propagandist near the radio enthusiasts. He was a well know editor and lured many young men in the exerience of wireless.

Retro ad :
Un détecteur à cristal perfectionné pour télégraphie sans fil
Reprintend from "La Nature", the description of an improved detector during the cristal time.

History of techniques :
Le mini poste Sinfonic-Radio by D. Falgoux.
For a radio collector having only a small sets, it's a good fortune to find small sets. This is one of the smallest, containing 2 tubes in a superheterodyne diagram where the ECH81 is used for an unusual function. After the author, the results are better than a reactive reciever with an easier tuning and a better sound reproduction.
Une histoire de téléphonie by J.-C. Montagné.
An old story about téléphone lines which were made of bimetal cables at the end of 19th century. This was a new and wondefrul technique in the USA!

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