Rider Publications

Select Rider
from Search Menu

   Books from the Rider Electronics Library

The Rider library of books on electronics was published by John F. Rider who had previously been an editor of Hugo Gernsback's "Radio Craft" magazine. Rider created his Perpetual Troubleshooter's Manual series and published over 125 technical books on servicing and electronics theory. 
Rider Publications
Rider's Service Manuals Rider's Successful Servicing
Rider's Manuals Rider's Successful Servicing
Other Service Related
Beitman Supreme Schematics Radio Retailing
Beitman Diagrams Radio Retailing
Service RCA Service Notes
Service Magazines RCA Manuals
Hugo Gernsback Publications Radio Maintenance
Gernsback Collection Radio Maintenance
John F. Rider Wiki
Click to View
Rider Books
Servicing Receivers by Means of Resistance Measurement f  RIDER How to Use Meters 1954  The Cathode Ray Tube at Work 1935 Radio Operator's License Q & A Manual 6th 1957 Kaufman  
Rider 166 Vacuum Tube Rectifiers 1958 Rider Metallic rectifiers and Crystal Diodes Conti 1958 The Cathode Ray Tube at Work Rider 1935 FM Stereo Multiplexing
Rider Set Catalog and Index 1921-1933
High Fidelity Simplified Weller
Hi Fi Loudspeakers & Enclosures
Automatic Volume Control
AC Calculation Charts
How to-Use-Meters-Rider-1954
FM Transmission & Reception 1st 1950 Getting Started in Amateur Radio
The Cathode Ray Tube at Work
Alternating Currents in Radio Receiverss
Basic Television
Vol 2  Schure
Test Scope Traces1954 Basic Audio 1 Basic Audio 2 Basic Audio 3 Conductive Curve Design
The Cathode Ray Tube at Work
Aligning Philco Receivers
How To Read Schematic Diagrams 1957 Radio Trouble Shooting Guide Book 1954 Resonance and Alignment 1936
Automatic Frequency Control Systems - 1937 FM Transmission & Reception 2nd Edition 1954 How to Use Meters - 1960 Rider Index Vol 23 - 1954 Inside the Vacuum Tube 1945
Understanding Vectors and Phase Basic Electricity Aligning Philco Receivers #1 
Aligning Philco Receivers #2
Vacuum Tube Rectifiers - 1958
Receiving Tube Substitution Guides
Receiving Tube Substitution Guide
Original - 1950
Receiving Tube Substitution Guide
1st Update 1951
Receiving Tube Substitution Guide
2nd Update 1954
Receiving Tube Substitution Guide
3rd Update 1957
Basic Electricity 1 to 5 1955
Basic Electricity
 Vol 1
Basic Electricity
 Vol 2
Basic Electricity
 Vol 3
Basic Electricity
 Vol 4
Basic Electricity
 Vol 5
Basic Electronics 1 to 5 1955
Basic Electronics
 Vol 1
Basic Electronics Vol 2 Basic Electronics Vol 3 Basic Electronics Vol 4 Basic Electronics Vol 5
Rider Books
Servicing by Signal Tracing Servicing Receivers by Resistance Method Servicing Super-heterodynes The Cathode Ray Tube at Work The Oscillator at Work
How to Use Meters How to Use Test Probes R L C Components Hanbook Radio Trouble Shooting Guidebook Receiving Tube Substitution Guide
Frequency Modulation
Guide to Audio Reproduction High Fidelity Simplified How to Service Tape Recorders How to Trobuleshoot a TV Receiver
Basic Radio Course
Vols 1 to 6
Basic Television
Vols 1 to 5
Basic Transistors Blocking Oscillators FM Transmission  & Reception
Metallic Rectifiers & Crystal Diodes Automatic Frequency Control Systems Basic Electronics
Vols 1 to 5
Basic Pulses Basic Radio Repair
Vols 1 & 2
Basic Audio
Vols. 1 to 3 
Repairing Portable & Clock Radios  Fundamentals of High Fidelity Principles of Transistor Circuits Fundamentals of Transistor Physics
Fundamentals of Transistors Vacuum-Tube Voltmeters Inside the Vacuum Tube Magnetic Amplifiers Signal & Sweep Generators 
A C Circuit Analysis A M Detectors Advanced Magnetism Amplitude Modulation Antennas
Blocking Oscillators Crystal Oscillators D C Circuit Analysis Electrostatics FM Limiters and Detectors
Filters and Attenuators FM An Introduction FM Transmission and Reception Frequency Modulation Gas Tubes
High Fidelity Simplified How to Use Meters Impedance Matching Inside the Vacuum Tube Inverse Feedback
LC Oscillators Limiters and Clippers Low Frequency Amplifier Systems Low Frequency Amplifiers Magnetism and Electromagnetism
Multivibrators Phototubes Practical Radio Repairing Hints RC / LC Time Constant RF Amplifiers
RF Transmission Lines Resonant Circuits Semiconductors and Transistors Servicing Superheterodynes Superheterodyne Converters and IF Amplifiers
Television How it Works The Cathode Ray Tube at Work Transformers Vacuum Tube Voltmeters Vacuum Tube Characteristics
Vacuum Tube Rectifiers Video Amplifiers Wave Propagation Alternating Currents in Radio Receivers Automatic Volume Control
DC Voltage Distribution in Radio Receivers Guide to Audio Reproduction Resonance and Alignment Stereophonic Sound Automatic Frequency Control Systems 
Many Editions of this Rider Library courtesy of ncwalz
Service Manual
Supp. 1