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DC Loves Dilla – 9th Annual Tribute and Fundraiser (2014)
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Some pictures taken at the DC Loves Dilla – 9th Annual Tribute and Fundraiser Concert held at the Howard Theatre in Washington, DC on Thusday, July 17, 2014 by Mary Nichols (DJ Fusion of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast).

James “J Dilla” Yancey was a GRAMMY award-winning producer who inspired millions with his music including artist like Common, Raekwon, Erykah Badu, Mos Def, Talib Kweli, A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, and many many more. On February 10, 2006 just three days after his 32nd birthday, J Dilla passed away after a long time of suffering with Lupus.

Cultural Curator Munch Joseph and HedRush Music created the DC Loves Dilla movement as a way to celebrate J Dilla and honor his career works. "Carrying on the musical legacy of J Dilla for the 9th year and counting is something HedRush and myself look forward to. Personally, it’s my way of paying homage to a great creator as well as doing our part to continually add balance to urban music. Dilla’s music accomplishes that on many levels," says Munch Joseph when asked the motivation behind the Tribute Concert ad Fundraiser.

All pictures taken with a Sony A58 camera with various lenses.

Image from page 466 of “The principles underlying radio communication” (1922)
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Identifier: principlesunderl00unit
Title: The principles underlying radio communication
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: United States. National Bureau of Standards Ould, Richard Sheldon, 1889- United States. Army. Signal Corps
Subjects: Telegraph, Wireless Radio
Publisher: Washington, Govt. Print. Off.
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able Resistance.—An alternate method ofexpressing characteristics is by plotting the volt-ampere rela-tions of each electrode by itself—that is, in Fig. 258, to obtainthe volt-ampere characteristics of the plate circuit, fix the gridvoltage at a given value, and determine all possible relationsbetween plate volts and plate current. These relations for atube used in transmitting equipment are shown in Fig. 261,using grid voltages from —40 to +50 by steps of 10. From thesediagrams it is seen that a three-electrode tube may be thoughtof as a variable resistance, the setting of which depends uponthe grid voltage. The higher the grid voltage, the less is theresistance, and vice versa. For low grid voltages on this dia-gram the resistance changes mth plate current in a manner CHARACTERISTIC CURVES. 463 similar to a carbon lamp, the resistance of which goes down asthe lamp heats up. At high grid voltages it changes as doesa metallic filament lamp, the resistance of which increases with

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-^ -I.O 0.6 0.6 Off- O.Z -O-^ OZ 0.4- 0.6 0.3 /.o. increasing current. This conception of a tube is very helpful in studying its operation, especially in transmitting equipment. The resistance of the tube can not be clianged without the dissipation of power in the grid-filament circuit. The amount 53904°—22 30 464 ELECTRON TUBES. of input power which is thus dissipated and must be suppliedis always very much less than the power output which is liber-ated by the change in resistance. This small input power whichis required to control the resistance can be calculated from thecharacteristic curve showing the relations between the currentand the voltage in the input circuit, or grid-filament circuit.These characteristics, which are shown in Fig. 262, are ob-tained in a manner similar to that employed for obtaining thecharacteristics of the plate circuit, by keeping the other coldelectrode, in this case the plate, at a fixed voltage, and deter-mining the relations between the grid curre

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