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Series: Bernards Radio Books

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Transistor Circuits Manual (no.163) by Sir Clive Sinclair163?
The Boy's Book of Crystal Sets (no.126) by W.James May126
How to make your own T.V. (Band 1 and Band 3) and V.H.F. (F.M.) aerials by B. B. Babani138
A comprehensive radio valve guide. Book 3 by Bernard Baruch Babani143
Practical Transistor Receivers (no.148) by Sir Clive Sinclair148
Practical stereo handbook by Sir Clive Sinclair149
Coil Design and Construction Manual (BP) by B. B. Babani160
Radio, Television and Electronics Data Book (Bernards Radio Manuals. no. 161.) by Bernard Baruch Babani161
Transistor Circuits Manual. no. 2 (Bernards Radio Manuals. no. 163.) by Sir Clive Sinclair163
Transistor Circuits for Radio Controlled Models (Bernards and Babani Press radio books) by H. Boys170
Practical transistor audio amplifiers for the home constructor ('Radio manuals;no.173) by Sir Clive Sinclair173
Transistorised Test Equipment and Servicing Manual (no/175) by Sir Clive Sinclair175
Transistor Audio Amplifier Manual (Radio manuals) by Sir Clive Sinclair176
Modern Transistor Circuits for Beginners (no.177) by Sir Clive Sinclair177
Tested transistor circuits handbook using professional printed circuit modules (Radio manuals;no.184) by Bernard Baruch Babani184
Tested Short Wave Receiver Circuits Using Micro Alloy Transistors (Bernards radio manuals) by B. B. Babani185
Reactance Frequency Chart for Audio and R.F.Use by B. B. Babani196

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