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Issue 3 • Date March 1969

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  • Commonwealth Engineering Conference

    Publication Year: 1969
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  • The development of large scale integration

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s):135 - 142
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  • Electrical efficiency of an acousto-electric oscillator

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s):143 - 148
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  • New British satellite communications Earth station

    Publication Year: 1969
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  • Flashover in picture tubes and methods of protection

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s):149 - 168
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    The aim of this paper is to bring forward and analyse phenomena occurring in a television receiver as a result of a flashover inside a picture tube, and to evolve a systematic approach to a method of protection. The paper first reviews the behaviour of a picture tube under flashover conditions, its effect on receiver circuitry, and a suggestion is made for a possible equivalent circuit. It then es... View full abstract»

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  • A stored microprogram control unit using tunnel diodes

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s):169 - 178
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    This paper is an account of an attempt to perform logic at very high speed (250 MHz) using tunnel diodes. The basic circuit, a derivative of the Goto pair, is described and the rather limited logic power of such an element defined. An account is given of a suitable application for a small amount of very high speed logic, namely a variable microprogram control unit for a transistor digital computer... View full abstract»

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  • Of current interest

    Publication Year: 1969
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  • Experiences with tropospheric scatter propagation experiments

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s):180 - 182
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  • Paper transistors: the foil technique for printed circuits

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s):181 - 182
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  • Sensitivities of six R-C active circuits

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s):183 - 195
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    The R-C active filters investigated use operational amplifiers as the active element and are capable of realizing second-order network functions with no finite transmission zeros. One of the networks uses positive feedback; another uses negative feedback (from an amplifier of nominally infinite gain); two use both positive and negative feedback (from a paraphase amplifier of nominally infinite gai... View full abstract»

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