Repurposing an Old Tube

Clement, Jerry
July 2012
QST;Jul2012, Vol. 96 Issue 7, p20
The article offers the author's insights on repurposing of an old tube into a display for his ham shack, and offers information on offers step-by-step instruction of repurposing.


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