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    Page Two WIRELES S WEEKLY Friday, llfa)' 28, Hrl6.

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    Page Fout' WIRELESS WEEKLY Friday, Msy 28, 1926.

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    Priday, ~lny 28, 1!!26. WIRELESS WEEKLY

    CONTENTS ~

    !:'age Five

    Pa1:e

    Pu.bH h1•d hy Publlc1t.V" Prt•H Ll,1 • 71 / 75 R.->tcut F,t , ~yilntJ, .._a\u-5trnH11 'Pllonu: Bed.fen> ee, &Dd 930, Winiless Wcddy Reflex

    An Efficient Aerial !or nereption of Shol't Waves ......

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    Man&ginC lldllor: E. 0. UUMFORD,

    lldilor: A. W. WATT, ToobnlctJ Edllor: 0. W, SLADE, 15 Adnrtlslng Manager: J , T. REEDill.

    Tbe Editor will be pad lo conald•r Tecbnlc&I aod Topical Anicloo of lnt1r11t. to An1trali&Ji E.xfer1menten. All Manux.rlpts &114 Ilh1st.ra-tJ0111 are sent a\ the author • rt.It, and although the create•t ca.re W1l1 be taken to return unsuitable matter (tr accom-p•nled bJ trtuap•), the Edltor cannot accepL reapon1lblllty for tu H,fe return.

    Queries :\let by Every Ht'ginncr •.

    On the Air

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    Snbscrtption lt.a\u.-T•ell'e mo:a.tba (&2 illllH), lS/·. 'P09' frte. SJ:x man~• (28 b•netl I ' I. pen free. Slagle Co,Se• Sd~ eaci:a, or polt frH !4,

    Advortt,tng. 00111 muat be ll> t.110 hands or Lbe Monaglus Editor 'by tlle Friday prececllna each l1•ue. If copy t. t\Ot received 1Jl tllllt, the prn1oaa ,reek' 1 &dYtrtlaement wW be rep~at.ed..

    What They Write .

    Amongst the Traders

    From Here and There •·QauUons a.ad Aunre.n!' All re.1uuu b,.- non-111.b.Bc.rlber• callln1

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    4ieu11 ln Groat BrUatn.-Tho Colonial 'l'echnlcal Pr .. , Ltd., DutlleJ Route, loulh&mptoo Street. St.rand, W.O. 2. Broadcasting

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    ''Wlrelen Weekly" t, fully protected lty copyrlgllt, anti noLblDJ I.bat appoaro ID It Dl&1 bt reprinted, wholly or In parL. witbout apeolal panaluton~ Tbt u•• ol our artielea or quotation• from tbttD for any purpo11• wbatsoe-,er lt oe:vn aatbortsed.

    wrnEu:ss ON smrs.

    Amongst the co11dusions reached by the Board of Inquiry into the lo~~ of thi, stcaml•r "Oorrigo" on the Que .. nsland coast was that had the ship carri

    The po•it ion with regttl'd lo Interstate ships is dearly defined. The wireless section of the J\."avigation Act is a,lministcn•d Federall~· and, as ~uch, each sl.tl.l' i, t•J

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    Pa,te Six WIRELESS WEEKLY Friday, Ma::, 28, 1926.

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    i ANNOUNCEMENT I g INCREASED SALES REDUCE COSTS. BUYERS GET THE BENE- ~ 5 FIT. REDUCED PRICES OF jg I HEATH CONDENSERS I j The strictly low loss non-dielectric distance getters. ~ 0 BUILT LI.KE A WATCH ----- NOTHING BETTER MADE "' I Highest grade condenser now within the reach of all. ! i! Selected from all make." to be used by :\Iarconi Co. :_;; fi With geared Vernier Plain = ii .001 34 - 28/ - is iil .0005 2:7 / - 21 • g ~ ~ll_gllllt .00025 25 /- 19/ · ~ a .ooos5 20 ,. ~ a Dials: 3 inch, 3 6; 4 inch. . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . 5, - ,1 El The New Heath Vernier Condcn,;er with frory s i micrometer inclicato1·, .0005, '12 -: .00025, . . . 39/ - I ~ Remember: ·what you gain in cheap condensers you lose = ~ in reception. INS]S1' ON ~ g HEATH STRICTLY LO\V-LOSS CONDENSERS j _ PARSONS & WHIITEMORE LTD., 30 Market Street, Sydney i ->11emnu11nun111111um1rnuo1111111c1111~,rn11mmmum11111m1ui111miuurnm111111urnL111111111101111mm11rnuiummuou111m1tU11mum1011 ·11,111nmuur,uic,11""1Uun11 .111 u 1• ifllU❖

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    The .. Wireless W eek.ly " Reflex Full Loud Speaker Strength with One Valve

    "Wireless Weekly" has very much plea~ure in pre.

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    WIRELESS WEEKLY Fri4ay, May 28, 1920.

    I • • • •

    UAM ~dio:S 73est Speafter lu,·ent.cd nnd J.U~11u!u•-t11ro

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    appearance but also the results. Carefully follow-ing our back view showing the point to poinL wfr-ing. Particular care should be taken tQ see that Lhe six flll.lcible wires used for connecting up the coil holders are o:t' good quality, and that the spills at the ends ',>f the wire are making proper contact with the wire. If either pairs of flexible leads going to the grid and plate coil are reversed, the proper reactio11 effect between these two coils will not be obtained. A Word of Waniing.

    Don't substitute other values of fixed conden-sers. Exhaustive ex-periments have been tried with all reputable makes of transformers and valves, and Ior general all-round efficiency the values as shown have been found the best. Be particularly careful with th-a soldering of joints; a clean hot iron, a good flux (not spirits), and well cleaned

    surfaces will e11sure a professional looking joint which will run and hold like glue.

    The wiring completed, connect up the batteries as shown. H will ae readily observed that the positive A goes direct to left hand F terminal of valve holder, tbe negative A goes to the -F ter-minal of transformer. The positive A and negative H are linked together permanently (positive = red terminal or + sign; negative = green terminal or - sign). Where dry cell valves are used for filament lighting the centre terminal or carbon con-nection is the positi--re, and the side terminal or ~inc connection iii the negative.

    The following \"alves were used during the tests of the receiver, all of which gave very excellent results: Bright-emitters, Radiotron 201A, D.V.5, True Blue, Marconi R, Ediswan, Cossor; Dull-emit-ters, D.V.3, True Blue, Philips B406, From 60 to

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    MaxitnUDl Volunie 111ith Perfect Tone

    This exceptional Transformer, with polished black finish, now priced

    at 25/-Thek«n~tTrarufurme.r value in Australia to.day. Made in two ratios, 5-1

    a11d 3!-1 Amalr,.,:~~ Wi ... 1 .. , ~7 .. ,,~

    P7 Clare-nee 51:tt•t. S,dney

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    90 volUI will be found to be Lhe most suitable plate voltage, but the constructor will be very wisil to experimenL with vmious voltages, until he finds the one which gives him lhe best results.

    The tuning of the receivex is very simple; if the fixed carl.Jorundum crystal i$ nsed, no cry8t.al adjustments whatever are necessary. For pre-liminary tuning the primary and grid coil should be coupled fairly close together. Rotate both vari-able condensers until the station is raceiv!!d. Then tighten the coupling of the plate coil until lhe dr-,ired volume is obtained. For local loud speaker work the reception is very hat·d to beat; Lhe purity, volume and faithfuh1esR of reproduction can only br realised by giving iL a lrial. Pride of creation 1s in every Australian, but lack of technical and merhanical knowledge often deters the crystal en-thusiast from attempting to build the Ol"dinary type of multi-valve loud speaker rt!ceiver. With these buck of panel view~, however, and the knowledge 1hal the hook-up :is of Austrnlian origin, together with the facts Lhat the upkeep and initial cost is ,·ery low, we trust that each and eyery cryinal owner will not be satisfied until hi; has built the "Wireless Weekly" R~ftex.

    For the more advanced reader~ we have plea~-ure in briefly describing the theory of the above Reflex. The ordinary typ(l or crystal receiver is

    not alway, suLiijfaclory for loud speaker 1·eccption, even when it is followed by two stages of audio frequency amplification. It will be readily w1der-

    ~toocJ lhal the amplifier cannot amplify what the crystal cannot detect, so that if a crystal becomes 1,ven ~lightl;v less sensitive than when new, the ultimate loud :,pl'aker reproduction is considcra&ly reduced. By reflexing" a valve ahead of the crystal, however. th~ volume and range is f11r in excess of Lha t possible with an ordinary audio am• plifior attached to the crystal. From a study of th\' eireuit diagram it will iJe seen that both grid and plate circuils ;1re tuned. The energy .from the aerial i,s directly and magnetically coupled to the grid of the valve, which in the first instance amplitie,; Lh~ incomfog energy, then passes on to the fixed crystal detector, where il is rectified and passc-d through the audio Lransformer, bnck to the grid of lh~ valve again. Outing Lhi. process it is nguin amplified. Coil recommended for use with this receiver:-

    Station. Primary. Secondary Tuned Plnte. 2'.V\\ 15 :l5 35 or 50 2KY 15 ;.ii; 35 or 50 2BL :m 50 50 or 75 3LO 35 50 50 or 75 4QG 35 50 o0 or 75 5CL 35 50 50 or 76 2FC 100 160 lli0 or 200

    W ANTED.-All kinds Secondhand Wireless Sets, Parts, Speakers, etc. Best prices given. JACK RAPKEN, 16 George Street West. MW 1201.

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    WIRELESS WEEKLY Friday, Mny 28, 1928,

    FAMED THE WORLD OVER FOR QUALITY, TONE AJ\7) DEPENDADILlTY.

    IGRANI C. We hove recwtly landed • complete range of uddit1ons to 1hei ftuuoos Jgranic componeme., and the Dual VoriaLJe Condenser is a typicru sped. men.

    Tlte mo~I intctuatine;1 l1nwever. ere the lgrnnic Su1>or.wniC Heterodyne Outfit'!, whkh have created a. lrc.mendous impression. The lm\t 1-.hiJ)menL was ill~L«ntly sold, and order& for Lbe n~xl1 .. hortly to arrive. wiU he r.xecuted in rotn-tiu11. • • •

    BROWN. There are n.

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    Materials n~ccssary:-1 pnnel, 12 x 7 x 3/16 inches. 1 baseboard, 12 x 7 x t inch

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    Page Fourteen WIRELESS WE EKLY fo'riday, Hay 28, 1926.

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    It's the Diamond Grid THAT DOES IT ! !

    Avernge voltag~ 6 to 10 per 1•1•nt. higher than \I() volts of dry "B" battery. This is lwcnuse dry cells nre rated al their initial voltal!'e. A 90-v~ll dry "B'' b11ltc1·y deliver• 90 volts only nt tho very l>e.1tinning of lb life. After lhnt the volt.ulfi' falls to M, then to 70, thrn to 60 or b Joy. l,efor

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    An Efficient Indoor Aerial for Reception of Short Waves

    Many visitors admired the small indoor aerial displayed at the Exhibition by 2SX, and the fol. lov.ing con.~tructional details might be helpful. Wbila it is cssantially used for the reception of short waves there is no reason why it could not be used for the higher broadcast wavelengths, when 118ed with a suitable receiver. Those experimen-ters who are real short wave D.X. hunters will be very familiar with the foreign noises caused by vi• brating guy wires, etc. By careful experimenta-tion it is possible to trace these faulty guys, but even when they are broken several times with in-sulators, the interference, which sometimes re-sembles static, is not always entirely eliminat~d when using the outside aerial.

    At the writer's home, on a windy morning 1t is almost impossible to read even moderately strong signals, owing to this annoying interference. By transferring to the short indoor aerial, however, the signal strength is not reduced, but the inter-ference is invariably cul out.

    The ijecret of consistent long distance Morse reception is the quiet operation oI the receiver, and without a doubt the major proportion of the inter-fering noises on short waves can be traced in or very near to the receiver. Don't be in too big a hurry to tell the other chappie that you cannot read his signnb1 owing to ~tatic, if you haven't pnid particular att~ntion to find out where your interfering noise originates.

    By the assistance of a f.riend listening-in on

    your ~hort wave r11cciver you will nol be long finding lhe offending guy or guys. In some cases the clothes line will be found to ca\ll!e quite a loL of trouble, in whieh ca~e you will be forced to remove lbe line to a spot farther away, or else break the wire nt frequent intervals with insulators. Co~•ttuctlon of Aerial.

    First measure the length of the room or shack where the aerial is to be used. Next, cut oft' lengths of aerial wire (Mars preferred), to the desired length, making allowance for the insulators to go on either end. Next, secure two insulators and stretch the wire out fairly taut, making sure that an equal strain is taken by the five lengths of wire. One ladies' glass bangle will be required for every two Loot of wire. Carefully tie on five pieces of yellow thread at equal distances round the glass ring leaving 4 or 6 inches of thread to secure to aerial. They should now be secured to the aerial wires at equal distances apart.

    The feeder may consist of a heavy flexible wire or it may be another SDlliller aerial similar to the main one. See Fig. l. The result of your labours will be an efficient indoor aerial with which you will obtain more consistent long range short wave reception than any outdoor aerial will give you. Try it for yourselves and send along the reports of your reception to "Wireless ,veekly." Those experimenters who intend taking part in Lhe forLh-coming tests wilh our American friends will be very wise to use this type of aerial.

    LSOGil-4 QF AEglAL AC'CQROIWCI TO Sf.Z.&. OF ROOM,

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    .A STUDIO AUDIENCE.

    The absence of a visible audience is a dis-quieting factor to many performers before the microphone, who crave the sympathetic "atmos-phere" which only the presence oj' listeners can create. An attempt to overcome the unrespons-iv~ness of the studio has been made by the dl-rectors of the WLW broadcasting station al Cin-cinnati. An auditorium with seating aecon1moda-tion for several hundred visitors adjoins the studio, rrom which it is separated by soundproof ,vindows. The performance is heard on loud speakers.

    TRADE AMALGAMATION .

    We are informed that an amalgamation has taken place between lhe firms of Keith Stokes Pty. Ltd., and Gelston S. Gow.

    This firm will now be in a position to add new lines to their manufactures, and be able to turn them out at bech'ock prices.

    The head office of the amalgamated companies, tradin_g as Keith Stokes Pty. Ltd., Incorporating 8ehton S. Gow, will be 27-29 King Street, Sydney, and the factory at 130 Sussex Street, Sydney.

    BURGESS-"Ask any Radio Engineer"-BATTERIES

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    me exc,,11,•nt ~ervic~ for the pnsl lhl'{'{' years. It 15 not fitted "ith the cxLra clips nec,o,;1U11-y for charging "Ii" hatteri ~. am! us I hm,e rcccntl} houg-ht n 110 volt l'hill'u battery I would very tnuch 11,preciaLrntions of connections necess.~ry for charging this battery.''

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    THE WIRELESS WEEKLY

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