Various scanned technical and historic books that should be of interest to vintage radio collectors etc.
34 files available. Files highlighted as "new" were added in the last 90 days. Click a row in the table below to download the file. You may download up to 5 different files in a 30 minute period.
If you have anything to add please email paul (at) vintage-radio (dot) info.
|77 Selected Circuits||The Wireless Constructor, early 1930s?||3.5 MB|
|A Beginners Guide To Radio||F. J. Camm, 1956||29.6 MB|
|Babani - Modern Crystal and Transistor Circuits||B. B. Babani, Babani No. 10, 1973||2.4 MB|
|Bernards - Boys Book of Crystal Sets||W. J. May, Bernards No. 126, First published 1954, Reprinted 1972||26.8 MB|
|Bernards - Communications Receivers Manual||"Radiotrician", Bernards No. 66, date unknown (poor quality scan)||1.8 MB|
|Bernards - Modern Radio Test Gear Construction||Bernards No. 43||10.0 MB|
|Bernards - One Valve Receivers||W. J. May, Bernards No. 99, 1952-1961||2.5 MB|
|Bernards - Practical Car Radio Handbook||F. C. Palmer M.I.P.R.E. A.M.Inst.B.E., Bernards No. 191, 1964.||3.1 MB|
|Bernards - Radio & Television Laboratory Manual||Edwin N. Bradley, Bernards No. 78, 1950||10.9 MB|
|Bernards - Radio Experimental Circuits Manual||"Radiotrician", Bernards No. 72, 1948||17.6 MB|
|Bernards - Radio Test Equipment Manual||"Radiotrician", Bernards No. 73, date unknown (poor quality scan)||1.5 MB|
|Bernards - Radio and Television Pocket Book||Compiled by B Babini, Bernards No. 120, date unknown||2.2 MB|
|Bernards - Shortwave Circuits & Gear||B. B. Babani, Bernards No. 215, 1975 (poor quality scan)||4.2 MB|
|Bernards - Three Valve Receivers||W, J. May (Editor), Bernards No. 104, 1954-1965||1.3 MB|
|Bernards - Transistor Circuits Manual No. 4||Clive Sinclair, Bernards No. 168, 1960-1967||1.8 MB|
|Bernards - Transistor Subminiature Receivers||Clive Sinclair, Bernards No. 174, 1961-1970||36.9 MB|
|Bernards - Using Ex-Service Radio Apparatus||Donald W. Thomasson, Bernards No. 81, 1949-1954 (poor quality scan)||1.6 MB|
|Hacker Radio||Geoffrey Dixon-Nuttall and Gordon Bussey, G D N Publications 1993||3.7 MB|
|Ladybird - Air, Wind and Flight||F. E. Newing B.Sc and Richard Bowood, A Ladybird Junior Science Book, 1963||10.8 MB|
|Ladybird - How it Works: The Computer||Bavid Carey, Ladybird Books, First Published 1971||8.4 MB|
|Ladybird - How it Works: The Telephone||David Carey, Ladybird Books, First Published 1972||24.4 MB|
|Ladybird - Levers, Pulleys and Engines||F. E. Newing B.Sc and Richard Bowood, A Ladybird Junior Science Book, 1963||10.7 MB|
|Ladybird - Light, Mirrors and Lenses||F. E. Newing B.Sc and Richard Bowood, A Ladybird Junior Science Book, 1962||11.1 MB|
|Ladybird - Madame Curie||L. Du Garde Peach, Ladybird Books, First Published 1970||25.2 MB|
|Ladybird - Magnets, Bulbs and Batteries||F. E. Newing B.Sc and Richard Bowood, A Ladybird Junior Science Book, 1962||13.8 MB|
|Ladybird - Making a Transistor Radio||G. C. Dobbs, A Ladybird How to Make It Book, 1972||18.7 MB|
|Ladybird - The Story of Nuclear Power||E. H. Childs, Ladybird Books, First Published 1972||23.6 MB|
|Newnes - More Simple Radio Circuits||Edited by A. T. Collins, Newnes, 1965||3.1 MB|
|Newnes - Radio Repair Questions and Answers||Les Lawry-Johns, Newnes Technical Books 1979||2.6 MB|
|Practical Transistor Circuits||Presented free with the April 1968 issue of Practical Electronics||3.5 MB|
|Television The First 50 Years||Keith Geddes & Gordon Bussey. Produced by Philips Electronics for the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television. 1986||29.0 MB|
|The Cathode Ray Oscilloscope||Its uses as an aid to Radio Service by W E Miller, The Wireless & Electrical Trader, February 1944||3.0 MB|
|The Post Office Tower, London||40 page brochure published mid-late 1960s||16.0 MB|
|Transistor Radio Circuits||Practical Wireless Handbook, Newnes, 1963.||4.1 MB|
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