Oleg Losev - a scientist ahead of his time

 This diploma is dedicated to Oleg Losev, a Soviet physicist and researcher (Nizhny Novgorod, 1923 - research of the enhancement effect on the semiconductor zincite crystals, detector receiver with generating diode; Nizhny Novgorod, 1927 - work on the luminescence of silicon carbide; February 1927, 1931 - two copyright certificates for "Light switch").

 Oleg Losev, who was decades ahead of physics of his time, not only studied fundamental science, but was also interested in practical application of his findings, which is proved by 15 copyright certificates, including two patents for "crystodynes" . He developed 6 types of receivers, including tube radio.

Discoveries made by Oleg Losev were far ahead of their time when there was not enough pure materials, theory of semiconductors was not yet developed to grasp the importance of the results of his research, reproduce them, and most importantly to develop them further. Unfortunately, the premature discoveries usually turn into a drama not only for a scientist, but also for the discovery itself - it becomes completely forgotten, and when the time comes, it gets reopned again. Much of this drama manifested in the fate of Oleg Losev, but he was lucky in the main thing: crystodyne and Losev luminosity will forever remain in the history of technology and human memory.

 Patents

 1. Detector receiver-oscillator. Patent No. 467, 1925

 2. A device for finding the contact detector generating points. Patent No. 472, 1925

 3. Method of manufacturing zincite detector . Patent No. 496, 1925

 4. Method of generating continuous oscillations. Patent No. 996, 1926

 5. Detector radio receiver-oscillator. Patent No. 3773, 1927

 6. Regeneration control method of crystodyne receivers. Patent No. 4904, 1928

 7. Interrupting method of the base frequency of cathode generator. Patent No. 6068, 1928

 8. Electrical oscillation preventing method in LF interstage transformer receiving circuits. Patent No. 11101, 1929

 9. Light switch. Patent No. 12191, 1929

 Copyright certificates

 1. Electrolytic Rectifier. No. 28548, 1932

 2. Light switch. No. 25657, 1932

 3. Frequency transformation method. No. 29875, 1933

 4. Photoresistance generating method. No. 32067, 1933

 5. Contact rectifier. No. 33231, 1933

 6. Photoresistance generating method. No. 39883, 1934

 The diploma is awarded for QSO (observations) of any modulation in HF and VHF range with radio amateurs in Nizhny Novgorod and Nizhny Novgorod region - you need to have at least 15 QSO contacts (number of patents and copyright certificates issued to Oleg Losev) and compose CRYSTADYNE from call letters. Please note, only one letter is credited from each call signal and call signals cannot be repeated.

 Examples:

 RC2T (letter C is credited)

 RA3TT (letter R is credited)

 RA3TYL (letter Y is credited)

 RA3TSM (letter S is credited)

 RW3TJ (letter T is credited)

 RA3TE (letter A is credited)

 RD3TT (letter D is credited)

 RW3TY (letter Y is credited)

 RN3TT (letter N is credited)

 RD3TDE (letter E is credited)

 Thus, the word is composed and you need to add 6 more QSO. Any letter missing in the word can be replaced by 3 additional QSO contacts.

 On special days in November - December 2013 in honor of the 95th anniversary of Nizhny Novgorod Radio Laboratory one contact with a special call signal R95NRL will equal any 6 QSO contacts required for the diploma or any missing letter.

 Contacts are counted from 10.05.2013 - 110th birthday anniversary of Oleg Losev.

 Oleg Losev - a scientist ahead of his time

This diploma is dedicated to Oleg Losev, a Soviet physicist and researcher (Nizhny Novgorod, 1923 - research of the enhancement effect on the semiconductor zincite crystals, detector receiver with generating diode; Nizhny Novgorod, 1927 - work on the luminescence of silicon carbide; February 1927, 1931 - two copyright certificates for "Light switch").

Oleg Losev, who was decades ahead of physics of his time, not only studied fundamental science, but was also interested in practical application of his findings, which is proved by 15 copyright certificates, including two patents for "crystodynes" . He developed 6 types of receivers, including tube radio.

Discoveries made by Oleg Losev were far ahead of their time when there was not enough pure materials, theory of semiconductors was not yet developed to grasp the importance of the results of his research, reproduce them, and most importantly to develop them further. Unfortunately, the premature discoveries usually turn into a drama not only for a scientist, but also for the discovery itself - it becomes completely forgotten, and when the time comes, it gets reopned again. Much of this drama manifested in the fate of Oleg Losev, but he was lucky in the main thing: crystodyne and Losev luminosity will forever remain in the history of technology and human memory.

Patents

1. Detector receiver-oscillator. Patent No. 467, 1925

2. A device for finding the contact detector generating points. Patent No. 472, 1925

3. Method of manufacturing zincite detector . Patent No. 496, 1925

4. Method of generating continuous oscillations. Patent No. 996, 1926

5. Detector radio receiver-oscillator. Patent No. 3773, 1927

6. Regeneration control method of crystodyne receivers. Patent No. 4904, 1928

7. Interrupting method of the base frequency of cathode generator. Patent No. 6068, 1928

8. Electrical oscillation preventing method in LF interstage transformer receiving circuits. Patent No. 11101, 1929

9. Light switch. Patent No. 12191, 1929

Copyright certificates

1. Electrolytic Rectifier. No. 28548, 1932

2. Light switch. No. 25657, 1932

3. Frequency transformation method. No. 29875, 1933

4. Photoresistance generating method. No. 32067, 1933

5. Contact rectifier. No. 33231, 1933

6. Photoresistance generating method. No. 39883, 1934

The diploma is awarded for QSO (observations) of any modulation in HF and VHF range with radio amateurs in Nizhny Novgorod and Nizhny Novgorod region - you need to have at least 15 QSO contacts (number of patents and copyright certificates issued to Oleg Losev) and compose CRYSTADYNE from call letters. Please note, only one letter is credited from each call signal and call signals cannot be repeated.

Examples:

RC2T (letter C is credited)

RA3TT (letter R is credited)

RA3TYL (letter Y is credited)

RA3TSM (letter S is credited)

RW3TJ (letter T is credited)

RA3TE (letter A is credited)

RD3TT (letter D is credited)

RW3TY (letter Y is credited)

RN3TT (letter N is credited)

RD3TDE (letter E is credited)

Thus, the word is composed and you need to add 6 more QSO. Any letter missing in the word can be replaced by 3 additional QSO contacts.

On special days in November - December 2013 in honor of the 95th anniversary of Nizhny Novgorod Radio Laboratory one contact with a special call signal R95NRL will equal any 6 QSO contacts required for the diploma or any missing letter.

Contacts are counted from 10.05.2013 - 110th birthday anniversary of Oleg Losev.

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