IRE 1949, pp 466 - 592 inclusive, plus sep. numbered adverts. at front and rear. Whole issue in original wraps, as issue.
Condition: Good to very good overall, blue and white paper wraps, stapled binding as issued. Some smudges front cover, rear cover lower corner crease and thumbsized tear; some rubbing at ends and along spine; wear at head and tail of spine with slight loss of paper. Overall dinginess and slight mustiness. Binding is tight, however, and the pages unmarked. With original Table of Contents page intact after front matter advertisements.
Keywords: Proceedings of the IRE 1949, proceedings of the IRE, institute of radio engineers, vintage radio, vintage engineering, vintage magazines, vintage electronics, transmission of information, superregeneration, traveling wave tubes, travelling wave tubes
Item DescriptionIncludes -- Proposed Standard Frequency-Band Designations; Theoretical Limitations on the Rate of Transmission of Information (Tuller, W.G.); Some Relations between Speed of Indication, Bandwidth, and Signal-to-Random-Noise Ratio in Radio Navigation and Direction Finding (Busignies, H.; Dishal, M.);
Calculation of Ground-Wave Field Strength over a Composite Land and Sea Path (Kirke, H.L.); Automatic Frequency Phase Control of Television Sweep Circuits (Clark, E.L.); Superregeneration -- An Analysis of the Linear Mode (Glucksman, H.A.); A Modulator Producing Pulses of 10-7Second Duration at a 1-Mc Recurrence Frequency (Morgan, M.G.); Circuits for Traveling-Wave Tubes (Pierce, J.R.);
The Effect of Pole and Zero Locations on the Transient Response of Linear Dynamic Systems (Mulligan, J.H., Jr.); Books; Abstracts and References; electronic classifying, cataloging and counting systems; quality control in radio tube manufacture; more.