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From this you will see that any regenerative set can be used for autodyne, or self-heterodyne, reception.
THE RADIO AMATEUR'S HAND BOOKA. FREDERICK COLLINS
They readily adopted, it in memory of the regular and regenerative ablutions with water which their ancient creed prescribed.
MYTHS OF THE RHINEX. B. SAINTINE
As the greatest of all these, take the single tremendous question of regenerative braking.
THE RAILROAD PROBLEMEDWARD HUNGERFORD
More generally it is known as the “regenerative circuit” because the tube keeps on generating an alternating current.
Many other objections equally unanswerable have been urged to the "regenerative" hypothesis, but this one suffices.
It is known that the formation of the regenerative bud and the differentiation of this bud follow each other.
In the regenerative circuit the tube is performing two jobs at once.
Wind and Wave and Sun: how regenerative these elder brothers are.
With due attention to the regenerative plan, a great part of the acid may be recovered, at no expense but that of a little fuel.
It involved three controls, the wave-length tuning, the regenerative coil, and the filament rheostat.

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