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If you want to enjoy tuning around the medium or short wave bands on your vintage radio and listen to stations from afar, you will need an external aerial plugged into the back of your radio. A length of wire strung around the room will give you average results but, to pick up the far away DX stations, you will need an outside aerial. The diagram below shows an ideal arrangement, but any length of wire strung up outside the house will be pretty good.

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The purpose of this document is to give answers to most common problems and questions relating to radio reception. This connector type was used extensively from '50s valve sets to the latter half of the '60s. Here you can see the antenna connectors of a Beomaster from the s.

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Would you like to be able to hear more stations on both AM and Short Wave with your old radio? If so there are several possibilities. First you want to decide if you want an Inside Antenna or an Outside antenna.

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First, the outdoor antenna. This type is almost always the "Inverted L" category, the longest part of the antenna being horizontal, and the short part leading down to the receiver, like this: A high antenna brings in lots of signal. As the antenna height decreases, the signal strength decreases.

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It works well enough for the most part, but I have trouble receiving radio on either band. Do you have any recommendations? A: Given the age of your receiver, it is possible the tuner is starting to go.

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I am probably not the only person who listens to AM radio, so this might come in handy for somebody else. Back in the day, radios were AM only, and if you wanted to listen to your favorite programs you had to have an outside antenna. With the advent of the transistor radio, there soon ceased to be any way for you to connect your radio to an antenna. Most of the time, admittedly, the internal antenna worked well enough anyway.

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This is a collection of AM radio reception tips from many web sites, with an emphasis on the easy and inexpensive solutions for listening to low power AM radio stations in your home or office. This page is probably the most extensive list of tips for better AM radio reception on the Internet. I started this page and its companion pages to help Catholics bring in low power stations that carry EWTN, but physics is physics so it should be useful for everyone.

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Old radios often require an inconvenient long wire antenna for operation in the AM band. The Philco is one such radio. This top-of-the-line set can be tuned on the AM band plus 2 short wave bands with the slide-rule dial, or by a number of AM-band-only presets, that are selected remotely by the Mystery Dial remote control. My friend Ron Roscoe owns one of these sets.

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