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In another post I remarked on how I would like to be able to fabricate the occasional faulty PEC that we find in antique radios and televisions. I had forgotten that Gerry Shand in Edmonton presented a comprehensive article entitled “Printed Electronic Circuits in Vacuum Electronics” in the Nov/Dec 2016 issue of our Newsletter ‘Canadian Vintage Radios’. Gerry’s article includes fabrication details and circuit board layouts for a variety of the Couplate configurations. Thanks, Gerry.
Thank you Gary. It’s been awhile since I have been on the forums but finding a little breathing room at this time. So apologies to anyone who has been trying to get a hold of me.
Looking forward to any questions anyone may have on the topic.
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