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Issue 3 • March 1971

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  • Manpower in the electronics industry

    Publication Year: 1971
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  • Notices

    Publication Year: 1971
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  • Speech scrambling by the re-ordering of amplitude samples

    Publication Year: 1971
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    Many modern communication systems transmit amplitude samples of the original input signal, the sampling being carried out according to the wellknown requirements of the Sampling Theorem. At the receiver the signal is reconstituted by low-pass filtering. This paper investigates the degree of privacy which can be introduced in a speech communication system by deliberate variation of the order of tra... View full abstract»

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  • Measurement techniques in television studios and outside broadcasts

    Publication Year: 1971, Page(s):113 - 125
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    A review is given of some methods of measurement employed in colour television studios and outside broadcasts which are used for acceptance tests which are carried out when new equipment is commissioned. Line-up of major items of apparatus, and the assessment of performance of temporary line or radio link transmission circuits, are also considered. View full abstract»

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  • Relationship between F.M. noise and current noise in a cavity-controlled gunn effect oscillator

    Publication Year: 1971, Page(s):126 - 132
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    A theory is developed to account for the observed ratio of f.m. noise and current noise in a cavity-controlled Gunn effect oscillator. The noise processes are assumed to have their origin in spontaneous fluctuations in the carrier concentration of the GaAs layer which give rise to a modulation of the Gunn diode impedance. The principal parameters of interest in the study are device current and dom... View full abstract»

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  • Avalanche diodes as transfer noise standards for microwave radiometers

    Publication Year: 1971, Page(s):133 - 136
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    Transfer calibrations of radiometers are performed by injecting noise via a directional coupler. The avalanche diode appears to have all of the physical attributes of the plasma noise tube, except for a reasonably predictable absolute noise level. Its saving in space, weight, cost and power consumption render it an attractive proposition for transfer noise calibrations. Results of measurements at ... View full abstract»

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  • Automatic measurement of insertion test signals

    Publication Year: 1971, Page(s):137 - 143
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    This paper describes some of the problems and constraints associated with the measurement of insertion test signals and outlines various techniques which are either being used or under investigation for the automatic measurement of the various elements in the signals. View full abstract»

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