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Issue 8 • Date 13 Sept. 1990

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  • The all-electric aircraft

    Publication Year: 1990, Page(s):309 - 311
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    The author discusses the use of electric power in both civil and military aircraft. In particular the author discusses engine starting using electrically driven compressors using squirrel cage motors. The advantages over other methods are discussed. The use of electric motor driven pumps for the hydraulic system is also discussed. The author then gives a brief history of the development of electri... View full abstract»

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  • Packet video

    Publication Year: 1990, Page(s):315 - 318
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    The 1990s will see a large increase in the use of video for many purposes, made possible through the use of new optical storage and transmission methods, as well as radio and satellite communication. HDTV, new broadcast services and 64 kbit/s ISDN video are all at an advanced stage of development. Digital methods of transmission and storage feature prominently in future scenarios of video usage. T... View full abstract»

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  • Personal communications-the dream and the reality

    Publication Year: 1990, Page(s):299 - 303
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    Mobile communications promises to be one of the biggest growth areas in electronics in the 1990s. The author aims to set out some of the basic issues: some of the questions that remain to be resolved, and others to which the answers are gradually becoming clear. The author discusses cellular systems and digital technology. The author then describes CT2, second generation cordless telephony. The co... View full abstract»

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