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Contents de Radiofil magazine 42
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Ivory sheets :
Huffy Radiobike 1955 by D. Maignan.

Life of the club :
Nouvelles de l'agrandissement du musée de Saint-Fargeau by J-C. Montagné.

Restoration :
The plastics and the radio cabinets by J. Le Page.
This article has been picked up in the Radiophilie Québec magazine which is published by the Société Québecoise des Collectionneurs de Radios Anciens Inc. and is reproduced in the lines of Radiofil magazine with the kindly agreement of Daniel Labelle, president of the SQCRA. It lists in a almost exhaustive way the various plastics and their properties which were used for housing the radiosets until the 50’s, when appeared modern plastics, derived of oil products.
Comment renait un poste Grundig by G. Chevaillier.
I recently discovered in the attic of the house of my parents, buried since about forty years under boxes, a radio Grundig 1041W dating 1955, made in Germany. Wishing to get it working again, I undertook its restoration. An american GI gave it to my parents, when the troops of the NATO were still present in France.
Restoration of a SFER34 by J-C. Montagné.
Il s’agit d’une réponse faite à Patrick Dehayes, au sujet du dépannage d’un poste SFER 34.

Realization :
Les sondes de mesure by R. Houzé.
Nothing is more annoying than to be confronted with a radio set suddenly dumb, while no visible cause allows to detect the origin of the failure: a vacuum tube which goes out while its anode or its screen is becoming quite red, a blown resistor, a dry electrochemical capacitor, a shorted capacitor, the winding of the audio power transformer cutted or simply a fuse of the power supply transformer blown. All this can easily be checked with a multimeter. It is almost commonplace, because it should be said that they are the most evident breakdowns observed in our respectable lamp receivers.

Trick :
Comment expédier une radio by P. Neslon, J-P. Tonnelier.
I followed this link on our forum: http://www.antiqueradio.org/welcome.htm that I found very interesting. I thus thought that he could be useful for our members. I thus copied it and translated by means of the translator of Google but the result being rather poor, I undertook to turn it into good French.

In the course of Web :
Au fil du forum by D. Maignan.
Principe du détecteur magnétique, valeur d'un condensateur, remplacement d'un cadre ferrite
As everybody already knows, the Radiofil forum initiated by Radiofil for all the amateurs of early radio and audio techniques, is a great place of courteous chats where participants from all countries are exchanging information about their common hobby which are always interesting. We are choosing and reproducing some files that are supposed to be of great interest to our readers, especially for those not ready to use the web yet.

Military radio :
The Hellschreiber and the teleprinters by B. Pauc.
The Hellschreiber is a very interesting machine which was used in a very extensive way by the German army during the World War II.

Introductory courses :
Les montages Tesla
À propos des primaires et des secondaires
Electricity experiments by D. Masia.
The fairy electricity is the main operating element of all the telecommunication purposes: telegraph, telephone, fax, radio, television, computing. Contrary to the other elements as the water, the fire, the earth, we do not see it. But we can notice its effects indirectly. Each of us was able to feel itches by combing, by removing his garment or by getting out of a vehicle. The cause is the presence of a small quantity of static electricity which passes off towards the ground.

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