BSTJ, AT&T 1944, 1945, 1946; 460 pages, 466 pages, and 656 pages; diagrams, photographs, References at ends of papers; Index and Table of Contents, etc.
Condition: Original covers not bound-in. Squat thick gray clothbound hardcover with title in gilt on spine, indicating The Bell Sysem Technical Journal, vol. 24-25 1945-46, but actually the bound volume also contains complete year for 1944 (vol 23) as well. Light shelfwear, pages clean and unmarked though toned a bit with age; Textblock edges foxed, some old soiling and smudges, but overall clean and unmarked pages. Complete issues (3 years) bound.
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Item DescriptionOf interest is the complete special issue on the Magnetron -- The Bell System Technical Journal vol. XXV, No. 2, April 1946 -- The Magnetron as a Generator of Centimeter Waves, by J B Fisk; H D Hagstrum; and P L Hartman
Also of interest, lengthy article in vol. XXIII, No. 4, October 1944, on the history of wire telephony -- The Conquest of Distance by Wire Telephony, a story of transmission development from the early days of loading to the wide use of thermionic repeaters, by Thomas Shaw; much more.