5N10.67 - Crystal Radio Set
Stretch out 50 to 100 ft. of antenna and ground the crystal radio unit to a copper pipe or some other good ground. Listen with the ear phones and tune to the nearest AM radio station.
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- W. Bolton, A Simple Radio Receiver", Book 4 - Electricity, Physics Experiments and Projects, 1968, p. 87-88.
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