American Telephone & Telegraph, NY 1932; complete separate January issue; 196 pages.
Condition: Very Good overall, 6.75x10, light blue paper wraps, toned along outer margins of covers and foxing to rear cover and last few pages of the issue (contributors pages); slight abrasion to upper spine end; the binding is sound and secure, pages clean.
Categories: 1950's computers and computing, Computer Graphics, Computer Music, Computer Graphics, Computer Science, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Hardware, Highspots in the History of Computing, Programming and Programming Languages, General Programming, Philosophy of Programming, Technical Journals, Proceedings, Conferences, Bell System Technical Journals, BSTJ pre-1940
Item DescriptionNyquist's article on pp 126 - 147 inclusive.
Contents includes -- The Cathode Ray Oscillograph (Johnson); The Operation of Vacuum Tubes as Class B and Class C Amplifiers (Fay);
The Time Factor in Telephone Transmission (Blackwell); Constant Frequency Oscillators (Llewellyn); Some Physical Properties of Wiping Solders (McLean, Peek, Jr. and Schumacher);
Regeneration Theory (Nyquist); Contemporary Advances in Physics, XXIII, Data and Nature of Cosmic Rays (Darrow); abstracts of technical papers; Contributors to this issue.
Nyquist's classic paper on stability of feedback amplifiers, now a standard in the texts on feedback control theory; it laid the foundation for a frequency- domain approach to stability analysis of linear control systems and introduced the Nyquist criterion..