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SHIPPEE THE INTERFERENCE caused by TV receivers to nearby radios is much easier to cope with than is often believed. The whistles and other noises that occur On the AM radios are the result of harks Of the horizontal -sweep signal. The latter are being radiated f the high -voltage section of the TV set, principally from certain leads that act as transmitting antennas. These include the insulated kill to the rap of the horizontal- output tube. the lead fr the flyback transfurn.Tr to the high -voltage rectifier, and the second -anode lead from the rectifier to the picture tube. 'l'he procedure for suppressing this radiation involves winding a few turns of insulated hookup wire around the offending lead and connecting one end of the 1 kup wire to a nearby chassis ground point. Satisfactory results can usually be achieved with ten turns around the insulated lead to the horizontal- output tube. -30- ELECTRONICS WORLD Electron Tube Crossword By JOHN A. COMSTOCK The specs are the proof... now your best buy in ham equipment LJ is THOSE of our readers used to working with tubes will have no difficulty with this crossword puzzle that is based on tube applications and terminology. Have a try and if things get too difficult, turn to page 153 for the answer. ACROSS 1. Five -grid tube used in superhets. 5. In a beam tube the electrons are focused to achieve greater amplification. 7. Used in gaseous electron tubes. 10. Negative potential applied to tube's control grid. 11. Every TV and scope has one (Abbr.). 13. off is bias voltage at which plate current ceases to flow. 15. Male connectors attached to a tube's base. 17. Resonator associated with magnetron circuits. 21. Electrodes of a tube. 22. -triode (tube having two triodes housed in a single envelope). 24. British "treble." 25. Type of light- sensitive cathode. 28. Tube's plate. 30. Extended cut -off vacuum tube. 34. Tube element. 35. Three -element tube. DOWN 1. Tube's collector. 2. Grid bias voltage's polarity. 3. Transconductance (symbol) . 4. Plate current (symbol). 5. An 866 -A is one. 6. Tube capable of converting a.c. to d.c. 8. Letters sometimes found on a tube basing diagram. 9. Not a metal tube (Abbr.) . 10. Potential and polarity applied to tube's plate and screen grid. 12. Plate resistance (symbol) . 13. Letter and sign used to designate point in circuit where the positive terminal of the grid bias source is connected. 14. Unit of measurement in vacuum -tube current flow. 16. Tube in TV set which moves CRT beam from side to side or up and down. 17. It emits electrons in a tube. 18. Non -gaseous tube (Abbr.). 19. Five-electrode tube with two plates. 20. Class of amplification. 23. Found in output circuit of an electron tube. 26. Concentrated stream of electrons passing from cathode to plate in a power tube. 27. Tube with two electrodes. 29. Charge resulting from gathering of electrons near the cathode of a tube. 31. inction is the plate potential at which plate current will not flow in a gaseous tube. 32. uration is condition existing in tube when electron flow within tube is maximum obtainable by increasing plate voltage or cathode heat. 33.Input power to tube (Abbr.) . . . ... 7 8 9 10 14 11 12 3 ,ç 16 17 18 il. 19 20 21 22 23 25 ...31 2 27 34 May, 1959 . . 29 32 . 33 New 90 -WATT CW TRANSMITTER =720 KIT $79.95 WIRED $119.95 Conservative, highly efficient design plus stability, safety, aid excellent parts quality. Covers 80 thru 40, 20, 15, 11, 10 meters (popular operating bands) with one knob band -switching. 6146 final amplifier for full "clean" 90W input, protected by clamper tube circuit. 60.6 Colpitts oscillator, 6A05 clamper, 6A05 buffer -multiplier, GZ34 rectifi ?r. "Novice limit" calibration on meter keeps novice inside the FCC -required 75W limit. No shock hazard at key. 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Ham uses: pre -tuning 8 neutralizing xmitters, power indication, locating parasitic osc., antenna adj., correcting TVI, de- bugging with xmitter power off, determining C,L,O. Servicing, uses: alignment of filters, IF's; as sig. or marker gen. Easy to hold 8 thumb -tune with 1 hand. Continu- ous 400 kc - 250 me coverage in 7 ranges, pre -wound 0.5% accurate coils. 500 ua meter movement. 6AF4(A) or 614 Colpitts osc. Xmfroperated sel. rect. 2'/." H, 2I," W. 6'¡" L. Satin deep -etched aluminum panel; grey wrinkle steel case. IN STOCK! Compare and take them home -right "off the shelf" -from 1900 neigh- borhood EICO dealers. For free catalog mail coupon. Over 1 MILLION EICO instruments In use throughout the world. (Add 5% in the West) Send for FREE CATALOG now R -6 EICO, 33 -00 Northern Blvd., L.I.C. 1, N.Y. Show me HOW TO SAVE 50% on 60 models of top -quality equipment (in box I have checked here: HAM GEAR HI -FI LEST INSTRU- MENTS. Send FREE literature and name of EICO dealer. 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