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NRI - Radio Servicing Course for Home Study - 1946


NRI RADIO SERVICING COURSE published by the National Radio Institute (1948, 1949). This was a correspondence course back in the late 1940-s where you would receive some booklets in the mail every other week and teach yourself how to repair radios. There are 55 complete lessons and each lesson booklet is approximately 30-40 pages. There is a wealth of information covered in a total of 1,849 fully bookmarked pages!!! At the beginning of each lesson there is a study schedule highlighting the important topics that are to be covered. At the end of each lesson there are 10 lesson questions that are structured to help reinforce what you have learned. For anyone just getting started in the exciting hobby of antique radio repair this course is an absolute must! Here is what you get:

CONTENTS

Volume 1 - Introduction to Radio
Volume 2 - How Radio Programs Are Sent From The Studio To Your Home
Volume 3 - Simple Radio Circuits And Meters
Volume 4 - Getting Acquainted With Receiver Servicing
Volume 5 - Radio Resistors And How They Are Used
Volume 6 - Radio Coils And How They Work
Volume 7 - Radio Condensers And How They Work
Volume 8 - How Radio And Electronic Tubes Work
Volume 9 - How Tuned Circuits Function - Coupling Radio Circuits
Volume 10 - How Tubes Work In Typical Radio Stages
Volume 11 - How Iron-Core Coils And Transformers Operate In Radio Circuits
Volume 12 - How Operating Voltages Are Obtained From An A.C. Power Line
Volume 13 - Special Power Supplies For Radio Equipment
Volume 14 - How Sounds And Scenes Are Converted Into And Reproduced From Electrical Signals
Volume 15 - Low-Frequency Amplifiers For Sound And Television Receivers
Volume 16 - Radio Frequency Amplifiers For Sound And Television Communication
Volume 17 - How Detectors Work In Radio And Television Receivers
Volume 18 - How Practical Requirements Changed Receiver Circuits
Volume 19 - Manual And Automatic Volume Controls
Volume 20 - How Signal Currents Are Kept In Correct Paths
Volume 21 - The Vacuum Tube As An A.C. Generator In Radio-Television Circuits
Volume 22 - Peak And Band-Pass R.F. Tuning Circuits
Volume 23 - How Broadcast, All-Wave, And Television Superheterodyne Receivers Work
Volume 24 - Tone Control, Volume Expansion And Noise Limiting Circuits
Volume 25 - Light-Sensitive Cells For Control Circuits
Volume 26 - How Sound Reproducers Operate
Volume 27 - How Cone-Type Loudspeakers Work
Volume 28 - Current, Voltage And Resistance Measurements
Volume 29 - Vacuum Tube Voltmeters - Cathode Ray Oscilloscopes
Volume 30 - Measurements At Audio And Radio Frequencies
Volume 31 - Tuning Indicators And Automatic Frequency Controls For Radio Receivers
Volume 32 - How To Use Circuit Diagrams And Locate Chassis Parts
Volume 33 - Behavior Of Radio Waves And Receiving Antennas
Volume 34 - Frequency-Modulated Signals - The F.M. Receiver
Volume 35 - Automatic Tuning Control Systems
Volume 36 - Professional Radio Servicing Techniques
Volume 37 - How To Isolate The Defective Section And Stage
Volume 38 - How To Isolate The Defective Circuit And Part
Volume 39 - Tuning Circuit Troubles - Alignment
Volume 40 - Using The Cathode Ray Oscilloscope In Radio Servicing
Volume 41 - How To Eliminate Hum, Squeals And Motorboating
Volume 42 - How To Eliminate Distortion - Servicing Loudspeakers
Volume 43 - Servicing Noisy And Intermittent Receivers
Volume 44 - Installation And Service Of Auto Radios And Farm Receivers
Volume 45 - Receiver Revitalization - Tube Testers
Volume 46 - How To Eliminate Man-Made Interference
Volume 47 - How To Choose And Install Replacement Parts
Volume 48 - Servicing Record Changers
Volume 49 - Introduction To Public Address
Volume 50 - Acoustics In Public Address Work
Volume 51 - P.A. Transmission Systems
Volume 52 - Commercial P.A. Systems
Volume 53 - Special P.A. Systems
Volume 54 - Maintenance Of P.A. Systems
Volume 55 - Requirements Of A Television System

With the knowledge and experience you gain from this course it should be possible for you to pursue a rewarding and satisfying hobby in antique radio restoration.

All 55 of the original booklets were scanned converted into this fully bookmarked digital book in Adobe Acrobat .pdf format.
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