Radio equipment comprising:- one-valve, home-constructed self-excited transmitter, made by Alan T Lee, founding member of the Derby Wireless Club, Derby, Derbyshire, England, 1922-1923
Radio equipment comprising:- one-valve, home-constructed self-excited transmitter, made by Alan T Lee, founding member of the Derby Wireless Club, Derby, England, 1922-1923.
When using radio to communicate by voice was still relatively new, amateur radio operators often designed and built their own radio equipment. This is an example of a homemade radio from around 1923, only a year after the BBC was established. It was made by the founding member of the Derby Wireless Club and was used for communicating with other radio enthusiasts.
- Radio Communication
- Object Number:
- copper (alloy), electrical components, mahogany (wood)), metal (unknown), steel (metal), textile
- radio receiver
- component - object
- Kindly donated by Derby and District Amateur Radio Society
- Permanent collection
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