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== P.01 - Front Cover ==
The Australasian Radio World
Registered in Australia for transmission by post as a periodical.
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Vol. 14 - No. 11; June 15, 1950


== P.01 - Rola Ad ==


== P.02 - R.C.S. Radio Ad ==


== P.03 - Contents Banner ==
THE AUSTRALASIAN RADIO WORLD
Devoted entirely to Technical Radio
and incorporating
ALL-WAVE ALL-WORLD DX NEWS
VOL. 14 - June, 1950 - No. 11.


== P.03 - Publication Notes ==
Published by the Proprietor — A. G. HULL, Box 13, Mornington, Vic. Phone: Mt. Martha 264.
Short-wave Editor — L. J. KEAST, 7 Fitzgerald Rd., Ermington, N.S.W. Phone: WL1101
Representatives —
In Queensland: John Bristoe, Box 82, Maryborough, Q.
In New Zealand: H. Barnes & Co., 4 Boulcott Terrace, Wellington & S.O.S. Radio Ltd., 283 Queen St., Auckland
In England: Anglo Overseas Press Ltd., Ulster Chambers, Regent St., London, W.1.
Distributed throughout the World by Gordon & Gotch (A/asia) Ltd.
Subscription Rates: 12 issues - 16/-; 24 issues - 30/-;  To N.Z. and Overseas - 12 issues, 18/-; Post free
Address for all correspondence - Australasian Radio World, Box 13, Mornington, Vic.
Printed by The Clyde Press, 608 High St., Thornbury, for the Proprietor of the Australasian Radio World, A. G. Hull, Box 13, Mornington, Victoria (Footnote P.36)


== P.03 - Contents ==
CONTENTS
Reliable Tuning Unit . . . . 5
The Parry Cathamplifier . . . . 7
Resistor Troubles . . . . 13
Testing Small Motors . . . . 15
A Sectional Analysis . . . . 19
Our Technical Directory . . . . 26
Among Our Readers . . . . 28
Short-Wave Review . . . . 31
Speedy Query Service . . . . 34


== P.03 - Editorial ==
EDITORIAL
I read in the "Newspaper News" that broadcasting station 2UE decided to increase their advertising rates (their first rise since 1940) as from April 1st. They advertised this fact, then found that it was impossible to get a printer to print the new rate cards, so they had to postpone the increase until May 3rd. That is not a joke. It is a fair summary of the printing game as I have found it for some time past. To get any printing done at all seems to call for more than mere love or money. To get a printer to tie himself up to a regular monthly periodical seems to be tougher than winning the lottery. All of which is the start of the alibi for the late arrival of this issue. After much battling, quite by accident, I came across a printer fellow who was civil to me. It took some time to recover from the shock, but now he is on the job, and it looks as though it will be possible to have a June issue out on time, if we skip the April and May issues! A sad state of affairs, but the prospects are much brighter. For years past the printing job and its economics have been like the sticky stuff on the fly-paper, holding back any possibility of turning out the sort of periodical I know you would appreciate; so let’s all join in wishing the new printer lots of luck. Yours faithfully, A. G. HULL.


== P.05 - Reliable Tuning Unit ==


== P.07 - The Parry Cathamplifier ==


== P.13 - Resistor Troubles ==


== P.15 - Testing Small Motors ==


== P.19 - A Sectional Analysis ==


== P.26 - Our Technical Directory ==


== P.28 - Among Our Readers ==


== P.31 - Short-Wave Review ==


== P.34 - Speedy Query Service ==