Tag: WLW

via the ARRL: Clyde Haehnle, VOA Museum Board Member, Crosley Engineering VP, is Dead at 95

Clyde Haehnle, who developed the specifications for the Voice of America antenna system at the Bethany (Ohio) Relay Station, died on April 8. He was 95. As a co-op student with the Crosley Corporation at the University of Cincinnati, his first assignment was at the WLW-AM transmitter — at the time the most powerful radio […]

via HACKADAY: More Power: Powel Crosley and the Cincinnati Flamethrower

We tend to think that there was a time in America when invention was a solo game. The picture of the lone entrepreneur struggling against the odds to invent the next big thing is an enduring theme, if a bit inaccurate and romanticized. Certainly many great inventions came from independent inventors, but the truth is […]

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