Bell Telephone System Technical Publications, monographs, 8.5x11 blue-gray covers, stapled bindings, var. pagination, 5-hole punched at margins.
Condition: Good to very Good overall, 23 individual Monographs; 8.5x11, light blue and gray covers, var. pagination; five-hole punched at margins; the pages are clean and sound, some issues with fading or old stains along front cover margins, one issue rather bumped/frayed along bottom corner and edges of pages not affecting text.
Categories: 1950's computers and computing, 1960's computers and computing, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Technical Journals, Proceedings, Conferences, Bell System Technical Journals, BSTJ 1950 - 1959, BSTJ 1960 - 1969
Item DescriptionIncludes -- The Permalloy Problem (Bozorth); On the Motion of Gaseous Ions in a Strong Electric Field (Wannier); Stress Relaxation in Plastics and Insulating Materials (Wright); In Search of the Missing 6 db (Munson and Wiener);
Measuring Liquids with Traveling Torsional Waves (McSkimin); Energy of a Bloch wall on the Band Picture (Herring); Motion of Gaseous Ions in Strong Electric Fields (Wannier); Field Emission Microscope and Flash Filament Techniques for study of metal surfaces (Becker and Hartman);
Analysis of Measurements on Magnetic Ferrites (Owens); Broad-Band Matching with a Directional Coupler (Jakes, jr); Lifetimes of Metastable States of noble gases (Phelps and Molnar); Methods in Electron Microscopy of Solids (Heidenreich);
The Formation of Negative Ions of Sulphur Hexafluoride (Ahear and Hannay); A Theoretical Study of an Antenna-Reflector Problem (Jakes); Outdoor Exposure Testing of racks and test fences (Compton); Vitreous Silica for Ultrasonic Delay Line applications (Pennell);
Connection Formulas between solutions of Mathieu's Equation (Wannier); DC Field Distribution in a 'swept intrinsic' semi-conductor configuration (Prim); Circular Electric Waves in Bends (Miller); Properties of Tetragonal Crystal ND4D2PO4 (Mason and Matthias);
Experiments with Linear Prediction in Television (Harrison); Photoelectric Properties of Ionically Bombarded Silicon (Kingsbury and Ohl); Multichannel single-sideband Radio Transmitter Design (Klenk, Munn, Nedelka et al); Determination of Al and Be in non-ferrous alloys (Luke, Braun and Campbell).