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54 MARCH 1916
New York, Feb. 7,1915.
My dear Mr. Tuska:
Allow me to thank you for your very courteous and carefully considered reply to my letter of the 22nd ult., regarding Armstrong circuits.
Not only have you answered my questions completely, but you have shown me the energy and seriousness of the work you
The sending set is a “Blitzen” one-half kw. Rotary set, mounted in a mahogany cabinet with meters and control switches on a marble board. The sending set is in a separate sound proof room. The receiving apparatus is a Clapp-Eastham type “D” tuner, two Cambridge variables, DeForest audion; Stromberg phones, and loading coils controlled by telephone cams. A mahogany cabinet with a hard rubber face contains the receiving instruments. The antenna made of phosphor-bronze wire is 50 feet high, and 62 feet long. Mr. Todd has been getting very good results lately and would like to hear from amateurs who receive his “Sigs.”
have undertaken. I am sure that the American Radio Relay League is and will be a great and thorough suceess—imitation and rival leagues notwithstanding.
Thanking you again, I am
Most sincerely yours,
(Signed) EDGAR FELIX.
NEW ROCHELLE RADIO CLUB
At a meeting held on Thursday night, Feb. 3, 1916, the amateur wireless operators of New Rochelle, N. Y. organized a club to he known as the Radio Club of New Rochelle. The purpose of this society is to better and further advance wireless telegraphy in New Rochelle. Of an initial membership of twenty the following officers were elected: President, John Bucknam, Vice President, Etienne Donovan, Secretary-Treasurer, Thomas Havard, and Press Agent, Edward Bettels.The president appointed a committee
whose duties it will be to establish and maintain a circulation library of the latest and best books on wireless, and the current magazines on the same subject. A second committee, the electrical, was appointed to take charge of the experimenting station of the club. This committee will perform its experiments before the members of the club.
FALL RIVER, MASS. HAS NEW CLUB
The “Fall River Amateur Wireless Association” has recently been formed. its object is to advance interest in wireless communication in Fall River and vicinity. The officers are: William H. Buffinton, President; Dana Hilliard, Vice—President and Harold C. Bowen, Secretary.
"PORTABLE AEROPLANE AND TRENCH RADIO SETS"
At the last meeting of the Radio Club of America, Mr. William Dubilier presented
Radio station 1ZW is owned and operated by Mr. William H. Allison of Worcester, Mass. Mr. Allison has done a great deal of relay work and his station is one of the stars of the New England States. There are few stations which can boast of a more complete equipment.