American Telephone & Telegraph, July 1954; pp 799-1022; illus, photos, refs; light blue paper wraps.
Condition: Very Good overall, 6x9, blue paper wraps, name blacked out upper corner front cover, extremities sunned, internally tight & clean. Slight abrasion at upper edge of front cover, very light, small spot of bleed-through from inked-out name onto margin of first page.
Item DescriptionSeparate issue of Volume 33, no. 4, the July 1954 issue containing Shockley's article on pp 799-826 inclusive.
Also in this issue -- Transistor and Junction Diodes in Telephone Power Plants (Chase, Hamilton & Smith); Wire Straightening and Molding for Wire Spring Relays (Brunnre, Cosson and Strickland); Some Fundamental Problems in Percussive Welding (Sumner); Automatic Contact Welding in Wire Spring Relay Manufacture (Quinlan); Electronic Relay Tester (Davis & Blaha); Topics in Guided Wave Propagation trhough Gyromagnetic Media, Part II - Transverse Magnetization and Non-Reciprocal Helix (Suhl and Walker); Theoretical Fundamentals of Pulse Transmission - II (Sunds); also, Technical Papers not published in this Journal; Recent Bell System Monographs; Contributors to this Issue.
Shockley's paper was later offprinted as a Bell Telephone Laboratories Monograph (2280).