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Wireless Weekly Magazine, Sydney

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Name: Wireless Weekly Magazine, Sydney    (AUS)  
Abbreviation: wirelesswe
Products: Model types
Summary:

Wireless Weekly started as an amateurs' magazine, it gradually became a broadcast listener’s journal and with the start of commercial broadcasting in 1923, it featured information about commercial stations and programs.

Over the duration of the magazine they published many how-to-build projects for the home radio enthusiast to construct both in the magazine and a supplementary booklet, The Superheterodyne Book, 1932-33.

The projects are listed here as Models.

Founded: 1922
Closed: 1939
History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Gary Cowans.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
AUS  38 Little Jim 6A6  The Little Jim was a regenerative receiver project designed by John Moyle and published in... 
AUS  33 1933 Standard Superhet 58  7 valve superhet kitset radio with RF stage and push-pull audio output. The IF frequenc... 
AUS  33 One valve Receiver 210RC_Cossor  A simple one valve TRF regenerative radio. 
AUS  38 Stereoscopic 8 6U7G  TRF receiver designed by John Moyle and presented in Wireless Weekly Magazine, November 19... 
AUS  38 Stereoscopic 9 6K7  Dual Wave radiogram with separate tuner and amplifier chassis. Designed by John Moyle a... 
AUS  32 8 Valve "Class B" 234  An 8 valve, Class “B” Superhet using a Kriesler coil kit. 
AUS  38 Little Jim [Battery] 19  The Little Jim Battery was a battery version of the Little Jim regenerative receiver proje... 

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Further details for this manufacturer by the members (rmfiorg):

Advertisement for the first edition of the Wireless weekly combined with an advert for Miss F.V. Wallace’s Wireless Shop., Evening News (NSW) Jul 29, 1922 Page 7tbn_aus_wirelesswe_evening_news_nsw_jul_29_1922_p7.jpg
Superhetrodyne book cover with constructional details for eight receivers. Produced by Wireless Weekly in 1932.tbn_aus_wirelesswe_superheterodyne_book_cover.jpg
The 22 November, 1922 edition featured a photo of Miss F.V. Wallace who was one of the founders of Wireless Weekly.tbn_aus_wirelesswe_1922_09_22_cover.jpg
1924 advert for the Wireless Weekly. Evening News 1924, Wireless Handbook, page 7.tbn_aus_wirelesswe_evening_news_1924_wireless_hb.jpg

  
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