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Issue 8 • August 1974

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  • Start again?

    Publication Year: 1974
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  • Future organization of the engineering profession

    Publication Year: 1974, Page(s):390 - 391
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  • Reduction of mush-area distortion in common-frequency m.f. transmitter networks

    Publication Year: 1974, Page(s):393 - 399
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    The present crowding of the medium-wave band has made it necessary for several transmitters which broadcast the same programme to operate at a common carrier frequency. Reception is impaired by ground-wave interference between pairs of such transmitters in regions where the ratio of their field strengths is less than about 10 dB. At night, mutual interference is caused by sky-wave signals from oth... View full abstract»

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  • Sir Owen Richardson, F.R.S.: Nobel prizewinner in physics 1928

    Publication Year: 1974, Page(s):400 - 406
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    O.W. Richardson was a prolific scientist who published the first of his 133 papers, on the mechanism of thermionic emission, when he was only 22 and the last at the age of 74. This essay traces his development of the science of thermionics. View full abstract»

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  • Standard frequency transmissions#2014;June 1974

    Publication Year: 1974
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  • Comparison of transformerless ring modulators and cross modulators

    Publication Year: 1974, Page(s):407 - 413
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    Two types of transformerless modulators with single-ended outputs are compared : ring modulators and cross modulators. Equivalent circuits, transfer ratio, efficiency, carrier power and diode operating conditions are considered. It is shown that the cross modulator outperforms the ring modulator in many respects. Some practical applications of the cross modulator are given together with the result... View full abstract»

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  • The application of lumped element techniques to high frequency hybrid integrated circuits

    Publication Year: 1974, Page(s):414 - 420
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    Lumped element techniques as employed in a production range of high-frequency hybrid power amplifiers are described in the first part of this paper. The lumped inductor is a component not commonly employed for integrated circuits and such an application requires novel design considerations. In the second part, some of these are identified from the theory of lumped inductors and compared with the p... View full abstract»

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  • Digital transmission codes: properties of HDB3 and related ternary codes with reference to broadcast signal distribution

    Publication Year: 1974, Page(s):421 - 427
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    An investigation has been carried out to assess the implications for broadcast signal distribution of the use of HDB3 as the proposed customer interface code in the Post Office digital communication network. HDB3 is a three-level transmission code with no d.c. component and with a bound on the maximum number of successive equilevel symbols. These two characteristics are important since a.c. coupli... View full abstract»

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  • The 48th Annual Report of the Council of the Institution. For the year ending 31st March, 1974

    Publication Year: 1974, Page(s):431 - 448
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  • Allan Robin Wood Blanchard

    Publication Year: 1974
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  • Alexander Bruce Henderson

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  • Thomas Smith

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  • Edward Chilcott

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  • Stephen Frank Dainty

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  • Avionics news

    Publication Year: 1974
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  • Technical news

    Publication Year: 1974
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