Dating rca post war tubes

07-Mar-2017 17:25 by 8 Comments

Dating rca post war tubes

The original Radio and Television categories created within the "Competitive Advertisements" file at J.Walter Thompson Company consistently included various electronics advertisements, for such items as radio tubes, telephones, radar, etc.

These subcategories provide more narrow searching for selected topics within those categories.

He brought to this program the concept of television as a complete system.

This procedure led to the development of a practical commercial black and white television system by 1939.

Entering the Hot 100 at #83 on May 25, 1974, it rockets to the top of the chart six weeks later.

“Rock The Boat” crosses the million mark in sales on June 24, 1974, two weeks before it reaches the top of the pop singles chart.

KPH operator, Fred Baxter, flanked by two RCA CR-88 receivers and a Collins 51J-4 receiver.

The CR-88 receivers were the workhorses for Radiomarine Corp.

On this day in music history: July 6, 1974 - “Rock The Boat” by the Hues Corporation hits #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 1 week, also peaking at #3 on the R&B singles chart on the same date.

Written by Wally Holmes, it is the biggest hit for the Santa Monica, CA based R&B vocal trio.

RCA's AR-88 planning may have chronologically followed their AR-77 ham receiver but the AR-88 owes much of its design concept as a replacement for RCA's aging commercial-military receiver, the AR-60.

The AR-60 had been introduced in 1935 and was still being built as late as 1940.

Engstrom was placed in charge of the company's engineering development and apparatus design. Engstrom joined the Radio Corporation of America as Division Engineer with responsibility for development and design of sound motion picture apparatus for the RCA Manufacturing Company at Camden, New Jersey.