The Institute of Radio Engineers, September 1958,pp 1571-1682 inclusive; Illustrations, Refrences.
Condition: Good to very good overall, blue and white paper covers, some spinewear, covers rubbed; binding is sound and secure, pages clean, a bit musty from storage.
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Item DescriptionPAPERS - Analysis & Experimental Results of a Diode Configuration of a Novel Thermoelectron Engine (Hatsopoulos, Kaye); Sputnik I's Last Days in Orbit (Kraus, Dreese); Correction to Thermoelectric Effects (Jaumot); Noise in Maser Amplifier - Theory & Experiment (Gordon, White); The Spherical Coil as an Inductor, Shield, or Antenna (Wheeler); Error Probabilities for Binary Symmetric Ideal Reception through Nonselective Slow Fading & Noise (Turin); Diffraction by Smooth Cylindrical Mountains (Neugebauer ,Bachynski);
Refraction Anomalies in Airborne Propagation (Wong); A Cathode Test Utilizing Noise Measurements (Dahlke, Dlouhy); Correction to IRE Standards on Radio Aids to Navigation - Definition of Terms 1954; IRE Standards on Information Theory - Definitions of Terms 1958;
CORRESPONDENCE -- Optimum Finite Code Groups (Storer, Turyn); WWV Standard Frequency Transmissions (George); Storage Capacity in Meteor-Burst Communications Systems (Helbig);
Radio Engineering Use of the Cayley-Klein Model of Three-Dimensional Hyperbolic Space (Bolinder); Properties of Root Loci (Lorens); A Proposed Technique for the Improvement of Range Determination with Noise Radar (Hochstadt);
Estimates of Entropy of a Message Source (Compopiano); Minimum Weight Solenoid Systems (Clarke) Various Definitions of the Delta Entities (Pankraz), Some Comments on Minimum Triggering Signals (Dautremont Jr.); A Low-Noise Nonlinear Reactance Taveling-Wave Amplifier (Engelbrecht); The Electron Optical Action of an Annular Aperature Lens (Harris); Pulse Modulation Transmitted through a Linearly Modulated Transit-Time Device (Met); Phase Dependence of a Ferromagnetic Microwave Amplifier (Whirry, Wang) Analysis of Traveling-Wave Tubes with Tapered Velocity Parameter (Geppart);
reviews, BOOKS-- Mass Spectroscopy IDuckworth); Introduction to Electrromagnetic Engineering (Harrington);Transients in Electrical Circuits (Lago, Waidelich); Modern Computing Methods (reviewed by Ridenour); More.