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TRIAL COURSE ON WIRELESS

Wireless Club to Give Course Covering Practical and Theoretical Aspects.

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The Harvard Wireless Club has undertaken to give a course in wireless telegraphy, open to all students in the University. It is intended primarily for those who know little or nothing about the subject, but who wish to gain either a theoretical or practical knowledge of this branch of telegraphy. The course will start with talks by members on the elementary phases of wireless, and when more advanced stages are reached, Faculty members will continue. Particular attention will be paid to the handling of wireless instruments and to sending and receiving messages. The club has an outfit of apparatus at its disposal so that laboratory work will be included with the lectures. The applied and commercial aspects of wireless will also be studied, with its modern organization. Men wishing to take the course or desiring further information should consult or notify H. E. Rawson '15, Apley 2 or W. H. Capen 1G.S., Stoughton 19.

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