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crystal set

[′krist·əl ‚set]
(electronics)
A radio receiver having a crystal detector stage for demodulation of the received signals, but no amplifier stages.
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Only six other stations have received this honor in the 31-year history of the NAB Crystal Radio Awards.
Clear Channel Radio announced today that its Beaumont, Texas radio station, News/Talk KLVI 560 AM has received a 2006 National Association of Broadcasters Crystal Radio Award.
He also has overseen radio sessions at the NAB Show in Las Vegas and the Radio Show, and radio awards programs including the National Radio Award, the NAB Crystal Radio Awards and the NAB Marconi Radio Awards.
9 FM and its owners, the James Crystal radio group, while under contract with Infinity, and then violating her non-compete agreement by immediately appearing on WRMF.
The NAB is now accepting entries for its annual Crystal Radio Awards , which honor outstanding community service.
James Crystal Radio has entered into a Licensed Marketing Agreement with Foster Sports that will convert WORL (660 AM) in Central Florida into 660 The Fan.
LAS VEGAS- The NAB has selected 10 winners of its 30th annual Crystal Radio Awards .
The National Association of Broadcasters has named 10 winners of the NAB Crystal Radio Award competition.
The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) is accepting entries for the 30th annual NAB Crystal Radio Awards , honoring outstanding community service, through January 31.
AMEX:IBD) today announced that WFLL AM Radio Station 1400 is the new voice of the sports fan in South Florida after station owner James Crystal Radio Friday signed a Local Marketing Agreement with Foster Sports, Inc.
The National Association of Broadcasters announced the 50 finalists for the 27th Annual Crystal Radio Awards.
My father, an insatiably curious guy and electrical engineer, used to build things with me - crystal radios, electric generators, all kinds of exciting contraptions.