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First time uploaders should read this and then look for the appropriate tube where they find a link below left (scrolling). You will find information about copyright, picture names and format etc. First time users should click the blue info buttons on the tube page first for knowing the different types of searches possible.

Example: EL84 for a tube description in English and different languages.

It is the member's responsibility to collect information like tube pictures, base connection picture, tube characteristics, tube connection diagram and tube data.

For changes to the tube text or to upload new tubes please write to the English language tube administrator: Roy Johnson. The tube picture administrator is Peter Steffen. Members can find their e-mail addresses in the member list. Guests and members can use the Contact Form.

How to target Russian (or soviet) tubes - Transliteration table

Every member can be active here uploading pictures. Only after our work can we enjoy my vision of the following: Instead of sitting in front of a giant puzzle when an untrained radio lover wants to repair a radio he or she should have help.

Where to find what? The member should be able to click the corresponding model page to see whether somebody has already posted some hints (lower part of the page), then print out a possible schematic and also click the tubes on the model page. For each tube the member can get the base connection picture and the tube connection diagram (if there is no schematic). He or she then places them on screen in signal path order and prints them along with the schematic. And there we are!

But it depends on you if that can come true or not. I wish you good success, Ernest (HB9RXQ).
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