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This could very well be a publishing first—a book devoted to the premise that most of the real fun in electronic tinkering is derived from scrounging and swiping, trial and error, and good, old - fashioned cheap - skating. You'll be surprised at the useful and fun things you can put together with a little imagination and available components. You'll be even more surprised when you realize what can be done without tubes or transistors! The purpose of this book is to give you some food for thought along these lines and to clue you in on some tricks of the trade in getting the most for the least.
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Robert M. Brown was the Chief Engineer for Union Pacific Railroad in the 1960s and 1970s. For his work with the railroad, Modern Railways magazine selected Brown to receive the magazine's Man of the Year award in 1978; the award has since been continued by Railway Age magazine as the Railroader of the Year.
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