By Thomas Petruzzellis

ISBN-10: 0071489290

ISBN-13: 9780071489294

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22 Radio and Receiver initiatives for the Evil Genius encompasses a designated. choice of initiatives that educate you radio and electronics. necessities comparable to the radio spectrum, find out how to learn schematics,. and the way to solder. After every one venture is done, you could. get pleasure from hearing and utilizing their new receiver.

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18–19 satellite radio, 11, 20–22, 28 serials, 15–16 Sirius Satellite Radio, 21 soap operas, 16–17, 26 “spark-gap” transmitters, 6, 8, 11 sporting events, 14–15 streaming, 22 syndication, 16 telegraph, 4, 12, 24 television, 11, 20, 21, 27, 29 Tesla, Nikola, 29 Time Warner Cable, 29 Today’s Children radio show, 26 transmitters, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 29 triode audion, 9, 10 vacuum tubes, 9 World War II, 19 XM Radio, 21, 28, 29 Sarnoff, David, 12–15, 19 About the Author Philip Brooks is a freelance writer living in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife, Balinda, and son, Felix.

I N N O VAT I O N I N E N TE R TA I N M E N T 30 amplify (AM-pli-fye) to make something louder or stronger amplitude-modulated (AM-pli-tood MAH-joo-lay-tid) a frequency or format of radio, known mostly as AM radio electromagnetic (i-lek-troh-mag-NEH-tick) relating to a temporary magnet created by running electricity through a wire coil medium (MEE-dee-uhm) a means for communicating to a large number of people programming (PROH-gram-eeng) television- or radio-show scheduling receiver (ri-SEE-vur) equipment that receives radio or television signals serial (SIHR-ee-uhl) a story that is told in several parts on radio or television sponsor (SPON-sur) to pay the costs of a radio or television program in return for having your product advertised stereotypes (STER-ee-oh-tipes) overly simplified pictures of, or opinions about, people or groups of people telegraph (TEH-luh-graf) a device that is part of a communication system in which electrical signals are used to send messages over wires transmitters (transs-MIT-uhrz) devices that send out radio or television signals vacuum tube (VAH-kyoom TOOB) a glass tube, surrounding an area from which all gases have been removed, that can be used to modify an electrical signal Ra di o 31 BOOKS Fedunkiw, Marianne.

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