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" Oct. 13, 1931. \, c. J.

BRITTEN 1,826,727
Filed April so, 1928

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I Patented Oct. 13, 1931 I
Application , ?led April- 30, 1928. Serial, No. 273,949.
This inventionirellates to improvements in r ' The inner central wire 35 and theccoil 36
radio apparatus in the natureof an econo-v have their ends connected to suitable binding
mizer and clari?er. ' ' "_ posts. '- The binding post 4 on the lower hori-v i
The objects of the invention are particu zontal part provides the connection to the 1
- '5 larly to economize and conserve the current radio set 5ncontaining the usual A, B and C. 55
and to regulate and to clarify the tone. batteries'and being otherwise organized as.
Further objects and objects pertaining to indicated diagrammatically in Fig. 4.
details and economies of construction and The binding post 6 is provided with con-'
_ operation will de?nitely appear from the de nection 7 leading vto-the positive terminal 8'
10 scription to follow. . > _ ' ' 1 p i of the battery 9. The negative terminal '11
" I accomplish the objects of my invention of the battery 9, which is a 41/2 volt dry cell ' ,
1 by the devices and means described in the battery is connected to the lead 10 to the I i -
followingv speci?cation. The invention is aerial. .
' clearly de?neduand pointed out in the claim. The battery 9yis a duplicate of the 0 battery I
15 A device embodying my invention is clearly 10f Zll/givolt capacity but. is not coupled up to
illustrated 'in the accompanying drawings , act as'a C battery but in the particular auxil
forming a part of this speci?cation, in which : iary relation speci?ed herein.
Fig. 1 is a detail perspective view of my Just how the structure results in the lad-i 1
improvement designed as an attachment to vantages stated is problematical and applij
20 an ordinary radio set." v I _ cant is only able to state the results and define
Fig. 2'is a full size vertical detail longi the structure which accomplishes the same
tudinal elevation view partially in section on without expanding on the theory by which itv . 1 ~ ,
central plane. I _ is accomplished.
Fig. 3 is an enlarged detail sectional View Having thus described vmy invention, what " It
25 on line 3'3 of Fig. 2through the body of I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters It .7 v
the main connectio . ' " _"Patent,is: ' . ' v . I

i Fig. 4: is a detail diagrammatic wiring view" ' The combination with a radio set compris- -
showing the relation of myapparatus in com? ' ing A, B and G batteries and an aerial of an
bination with a radio set. x 1 . . economizer and clarifying device comprising
30 The parts will be identi?ed by . their an auxiliary battery dry cell, a base withv 80
numerals of reference which are the same in post, a metallic tubular casino with a horizon-'
all the views. _ v ' a tal lower part and an upright and an upper
1 is the base which may be of glass or suit horizontal partdisposed through said post, .
able insulating material. 2 is a metal sup< a central conductor, a coil of wire around the '
I' 35 porting column secured to the glass base in conductor, the opposite ends of said conductor 85,
any suitable way. 3' is the main connector and coil being connected to a single binding
of my improvedreconomizer and regulator post mounted on the upper and lower ends of
having a horizontal portion 31, disposed in the tubular casing which casing is suitably
proximity to the base and secured thereto by sealed at the ends, a mica insulationbetween
. 40 a suitable welded or soldered button 32. It the said 0011 and the caslng, a connectlon from 90, l

has an upright portion and horizontal portion; ~ the lower binding post to the antenna connec- '
33 disposed through the upright supporting; vtion'of the radio set and from the'upper
post 2. This connector comprises an outer binding post to the positive, terminal of said
tube or casing 34 preferably of copper, an" battery dry cell, and a'co'nnection from the p
45 inner central wire 35,:arou'nd which isdis1 Q negative terminal of the said battery cell to 95'
posed a coil of wire'36. The coil of-wire is " the aerial or antenna of said radio set.
embraced within a layer of mica insulating Infwitness whereof I have hereunto set my
material 37 . The tube is preferably under hand.
_ partial vacuum. Plugs 38 of insulation are .CHANCY J. BRITTEN; .
v50 in the ends of connector 3. g V " I l?fa