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Issue 2 • Date August 1966

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  • Electronic engineering in oceanography

    Publication Year: 1966
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  • I.E.R.E. Conference on electronic engineering in oceanography

    Publication Year: 1966, Page(s):66 - 78
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  • The 1964 B.R.E.M.A. colour television home viewing tests

    Publication Year: 1966, Page(s):79 - 93
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    Summary: During the summer and autumn of 1964 the British Radio Equipment Manufacturers Association (B.R.E.M.A.) carried out extensive tests of N.T.S.C. colour television receivers, to assess their performance under typical domestic operating conditions. This paper describes the organization of these tests and records the results obtained. It was found, somewhat unexpectedly, that the viewers foun... View full abstract»

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  • The detection performance for some cases of multiplicative radar signal processing

    Publication Year: 1966
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    The detection performance for four typical cases of multiplicative radar signal processing is determined and a comparison is made with similar cases using linear addition. Both i.f. multiplication as it might be used in multiplicative arrays and video multiplication as used in radar diversity combiners are considered for non-fading and Rayleigh-fading signal amplitudes. In most of the cases consid... View full abstract»

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  • Transfer function synthesis with active unbalanced equivalents of the lattice

    Publication Year: 1966, Page(s):101 - 111
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    In communications and control practice increasing use is being made of active-RC networks instead of the conventional passive RLC types. The network theory literature contains a number of different procedures for the synthesis of such networks but so far there has been very little correlation of these procedures either with each other or with the well-known methods of passive synthesis, which are ... View full abstract»

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  • Univibrator analysis for a tunnel diode with a transmission line

    Publication Year: 1966, Page(s):113 - 118
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    A univibrator circuit using a tunnel diode and a transmission line is analysed. A graphical method is presented to calculate the width and the magnitude of the univibrator pulse. Conditions for the univibrator action to take place are derived. The effects of variation of the tunnel diode bias and the characteristic impedance of the line on the pulse width are also studied. The modifications to be ... View full abstract»

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  • Analysis and synthesis of feedback compensated third-order control systems via the coefficient plane

    Publication Year: 1966, Page(s):119 - 131
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    Third-order unity numerator control systems arise from the use of feedback compensation in order to meet the system specification. The normalization technique described in the paper permits the complete analysis and synthesis of third-order unity numerator linear or quasi-linear control systems by reference to the coefficient plane. Attention is concentrated on systems with a pair of complex roots... View full abstract»

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