“How to Build Your First Vacuum Tube Regenerative Receiver” by T. J. Lindsay. Published in 1997, the book is a soft cover measuring 5½ x 8½ inches with 127 pages. It is in very good gently used condition.
Build a vacuum tube regenerative receiver! Why? Because they are incredibly simple sculptures of metal, plastic and glass that come to life and perform far better than most people would ever expect. And besides, anything built from vacuum tubes these days look like science fiction. Your impressionable neighbor (who can’t tell a memory chip from a cow chip) will think you are a certified mad scientist. Here you will learn the practical aspects of finding old components and adapting them to your goal of building a neat little radio