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How WSUI got its start

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1916 antenna on the Old Capitol
 

The 1916 issue of The Transit, the technical journal of the University of Iowa College of Engineering, reveals that by 1916 a rather conspicuous aerial stretched from the "Hall of Physics" to the Old Capitol dome for the use of the SUI wireless station, 9YA. The transmitter was a 2 kilowatt Clapp-Eastham (spark) device operating at 400 kHz, and the receiver utilized an Audion vacuum tube similar to the one invented by Lee De Forest in 1906.

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History of WSUI, 1919-1999
Sara Epstein, FYI, 04/09/1999

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WSUI studios


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WSUI Transmitter—Location & Specifications

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Official website: Iowa Public Radio

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WSUI broadcast schedule

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Browse WSUI historic archives

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Ever listen to This Way Out? The TWO weekly program stream is still available.

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Contact WSUI.info

 
 
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WSUI historic photos
Kent, Frederick W. (Frederick Wallace),
1894-1984
Iowa Digital Library
University of Iowa Libraries
Iowa City

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