This pioneer publication first appeared
in June 1926 and became the model for many others to follow (most
notably the HP Journal). It began with engineers talking to radio
amateur customers and gradually changed to engineers talking
to other engineers, who might also be customers. The articles
are noted for their clarity and non-commercial openness, and
served to further the education of several generations of budding
Here we present several examples*, and will continue to add
JPEG images of issues of the General Radio Experimenter from 1926 to 1970, as well as many other documents, are available on CD's. If interested, please email us.
*NOTE: The original documents have been scanned and converted
to .pdf files with an OCR program for easier downloading and
reading. The text and tables may not be as originally printed
and errors may have occurred.