Dog’s Tail Forms Radio Receiver (Nov, 1934)

Dog’s Tail Forms Radio Receiver
A DOG’S tail serves as a radio receiver for Frank G. Kerk, Los Angeles experimenter. Kerk attaches an aerial to the collar of his Great Dane and hooks an ear phone to the animal’s tail. The canine radio is then complete and all that is necessary is to place the phone to the ear and listen.

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  1. textually.org says: July 24, 20065:31 am

    Dog’s Tale as Phone Receiver…

    Another blast from the past from Modern Mechanix Blog. Can you hear me now?

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