Hall Effect and 'Gyrators' employing Magnetic Field independent Orientations in Germanium, Bell Telephone System technical publications, Monograph 2079, October 1953.
AT&T Bell Telephone System technical publications, Monograph 2079, October 1953; orig. published Journal of Applied Physics, Feb. 1953; 10 pages, double-column text, diagrams.
Condition: Very Good, 8.5x11 blue and gray heavy paper covers, three-hole-punched at margin, imprint of electric company on lower front corner. This is one of the larger-sized Monograph series of the Bell Telephone System technical publications. Binding is sound and secure, pages clean, unmarked.
Three uses for the Hall effect in germanium crystals are described. These are, 1) use of Hall effect probes in measuring magnetic flux; 2) use of Hall effect in crystals to produce a pure product modulator; and 3) use of Hall effect in germanium crystals to produce a nonreciprocal transmission... (from the summary abstract on page 1).