|Nicholas Farr||17/08/2019 22:24:05|
2067 forum posts
Hi, I was browsing online earlier this afternoon, looking for a Babani book that I had years ago but lost, when I came across this **LINK** which I thought might be of interest to anyone who is into radio and or electronics. it all seems to be downloadable for free.
|Michael Gilligan||17/08/2019 23:30:51|
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What an amazing resource, Nick
Thanks for the link
|Maurice Taylor||17/08/2019 23:55:34|
|56 forum posts|
Thanks for link to this brilliant site. I have several Babani books bought years ago.They still turn up at boot sales etc.
I bought 2 of them about 3 weeks ago.
1403 forum posts
There's a whole lot more to this site if you back up to the basic url:
.... including a few issues of possibly my favourite magazine of all time, "Practical Mechanics".
|Anthony Knights||19/08/2019 03:18:13|
|312 forum posts|
Wonderful home site. I took Practical Electronics from it's first edition until some time in the eighties. I eventually had to give them away as they were taking up too much storage space. I didn't have the same scanning facilities I have now. so it's nice to be able to look at some of the old editions I used to have. I might even built some of the projects I couldn't afford at the time.
|Nicholas Farr||19/08/2019 10:59:55|
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Hi, I didn't actually click on the Home page tab, although I did have a little look at the other tabs. B1 and B39 in the Bernard's section may be of use to some people. I had found ETI, Practical Electronics and Practical Wireless individually some moths ago though. Bandersnatch, I've now had a look at the Practical Mechanics one, but they don't have many issues at present, I've got most of the fifth's ones, but no complete years but now have downloaded those of 1953 which I don't have in print, just goes to show how great a year 1953 was . So much on there it is mind boggling.
Edited By Nicholas Farr on 19/08/2019 11:01:18
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