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second paragraph, second column on page 24 of the February issue. In this same article, under Notes, Power in kilowatts.
COMING ISSUES OF “QST”
Among the other good things in store for subscribers of “QST” are articles on “Tuning,” “Receiving,” “Long Distance Work,” and an article on wireless telephony describing a system which worked well on sixty cycles. This article will tell you how the Secretary of the LEAGUE carried on a number of experiments and succeeded in transmitting music a distance of twenty-five miles with one-eighth kilowatt on sixty cycles. It was practical work and you will be pleased to see the article. A number of well-known writers are going to contribute articles to “QST.”
INTERESTING MEETING OF THE RADIO CLUB OF AMERICA
not necessary for them to enter or clear. In such cases, however, the Collector is instructed to deliver to the master of the vessel a copy of the printed regulations issued by the Navy Department and inform, him that, as the vessel will not have to enter and clear, he will not be required to seal his radio apparatus or to lower his antennae, but that the apparatus must not be used in any way, either for transmitting or receiving, until after the vessel has left the limits of the port.
THE GROWTH OF “QST”