Pioneering Wireless

Electrician and Mechanic

Electrician and Mechanic began publishing in July 1906 as a monthly electrical technical magazine, which regularly included articles on Wireless Telegraphy. During its run it successively absorbed the magazines Bubier's Popular Electrician, Amateur Work, Building Craft, and The Collins Wireless Bulletin. In January 1914 the magazine was itself absorbed by its competitor Modern Electrics. Early issues lacking articles on Wireless have been excluded.

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