AIEE 1956, published bimonthy.
Condition: Very Good overall, orange-paper wraps, 8.5x11 individual issues, January 1956, March 1956, May 1956, July 1956, September 1956, November 1956. Some corners creased, some fading to covers, bindings are tight and secure, pages clean, unmarked.
Keywords: Communication and Electronics 1956, vintage electronics magazines, vintage 1956 electronics, magnetic amplifer, IBM Type 702 System, reactor irradiation effects, Analogue Computer synthesis and error matrices, A Flat-bed Facsimile Telegraph Transmitt
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Item DescriptionContents includes --
The IBM Type 702 System (Bashe, Johnson, Mussell, Winger); Analogue Computer synthesis and error matrices; ; A New Five Digit Plugboard system; Static elimination in Teletypewriters; Cyclic Decimal codes for Analogue Converters; A First look at random noise; A Flat-bed Facsimile Telegraph Transmitter;
Linear Programming on an electronic analogue computer; The Type P1 Carrier system; The Wisconsin Computer (Asmuth, Davidson et al) -- The Wisconsin Integrally Synchronized Computer, a university research project (with photographs);
Transmission of Business Machine Data by Telegraph; Sampled Data Servomechanisms on the IBM Type 650; Design Features of Bell System Wire Spring Relays; magnetic data recording theory - head design; Microwave for telephone companies; Dynamax, a new magnetic core material;
Engineering Aspects of Machine Translation of Language; Magnetic Amplifier control of switching transistors; The Triductor; Magnetic Logic Circuit Control design; A Data Transmission Machine, the IBM Data Transceiver; much more.