Proceedings of the IRE volume 37 number 12, December 1949. I. R. E. Institute of Radio Engineers.

Proceedings of the IRE volume 37 number 12, December 1949.

IRE 1949, pp 1362 -1496 inclusive, plus sep. numbered adverts. at front and rear, and cumulative 1949 Index at rear.

Condition: Good+ to very good overall, blue and white paper wraps, stapled binding as issued. Some old smudges and general dinginess and mustiness, some rubbing at ends and along spine, some edgewear and slight peeling to spine paper. Binding is tight, pages unmarked.With original Table of Contents page intact after front matter advertisements. Complete, separate issue, in original wraps.

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Price: $10.00

Item Description

Includes -- IRE Standards Publication Policy; Standards on Radio Aids to Navigation: Definitions of Terms, 1949; Standards on Railroad and Vehicular Communications: Methods of Testing, 1949; Tests for Effects of Mistuning and for Downward Modulation, 1949: Supplement to Standards on Radio Receivers: Methods of Testing Frequency -- Modulation Broadcast Receivers, 1947; Standards on Piezoelectric Crystals, 1949; Response of Circuits to Steady-State Pulses (Waidelich, D.L.);

Diode Phase-Discriminators (Dishington, R.H.); Loading and Coupling Effects of Standing-Wave Detectors (Tomiyasu, K.); Analogue Studies of Losses in Reflex Oscillator Cavities (Schott, F.W.; Spangenberg, K.R.); Beam-Loading Effects in Small Reflex Klystrons (Harman, W.W.; Tillotson, J.H.); Fluctuation Phenomena Arising in the Quantum Interaction of Electrons with High-Frequency Fields (MacDonald, D.K.C.; Kompfner, R.);

Design Procedures for Pi-Network Antenna Couplers (Storch, L.); The Application of IF Noise Sources to the Measurement of Over-all Noise Figure and Conversion Loss in Microwave Receivers (Moxon, L.A.); The Effect of Antenna Size and Height above Ground on Pointing for Maximum Signal (Lagrone, A.H.; Straiton, A.W.) Design of Tunable Resonant Cavities with Constant Bandwidth (Smullin, L.D.); and Electrons Section; Abstracts and References; More.