Wireless World

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Wireless World is a UK published magazine, first published in 1913. It has had a number of names in the more than 100 years of its life including The Wireless World and Radio Review, Electronics & Wireless World, Electronics World + Wireless World and is currently published as Electronics World.

The magazine became a subscription only magazine from June 2011, but is still in publication today.

Electronic music projects

Although not as well known for Electronic Music articles as some other magazines, a number of articles have been published over the years, including a synthesiser designed by Tim Orr (Of EMS fame) and some early MIDI implementations.

Wireless World was also know for some famous audio designs, such as the Baxendall Tone Control Circuit and Linsley Hood Audio Amplifiers.

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