As the title suggests, this half-hour program debuts before the sun comes up—at 5:30 a.m. EDT—as the lead-in to Morning Joe.
The lead-in for traffic is a cheery: “Now a look at your morning commute.”
In the bulb is a short tungsten filament wound in the form of a tight spiral, and supported between two lead-in wires.
The intruder had taken both aerial and lead-in wire, and Charley hadn't a hundred feet of wire left in the place.
For the antenna and lead-in and ground wires, Jessie purchased three hundred feet of copper wire, number fourteen.
But before he could squeeze off a round we were out of the lead-in road and on the broad highway.
As soon as the aerial dangled aloft, Lumley got tools to bore a hole in the window-sash for the lead-in wire.
Keep antenna lead out of engine compartment to avoid possibility of ignition interference being picked up by the lead-in.
Then there was an additional coil of wire to be used for lead-in and suspension wires.
The lead-in wire which drops to the wireless cabin is attached to the aërial by winding it around each one of the aërial waves.