Volume 3 Issue 4 • April 1966

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  • [Front cover]

    Publication Year: 1966, Page(s): c1
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  • Table of contents

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  • The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

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  • [Breaker page]

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  • Lodge On "Quasi-Optics"

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  • New type of microscopy reveals internal structures of crystals

    Publication Year: 1966, Page(s): 8
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  • Transients and trends

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  • News of the IEEE

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  • Calendar

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  • People

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  • Obituaries

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  • Spectral lines

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  • Authors

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  • Clear air turbulence detection

    Publication Year: 1966, Page(s):56 - 61
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    Although it is difficult to describe the nature of clear air turbulence (or CAT), we know its effect-the sudden vibration experienced by an aircraft in flight in a stormfree, cloudfree sky. It is evident that this turbulence is an eddy motion of the air that disrupts its uniform flow, a motion such as that associated with jet streams; however, we do not know exactly how it is generated. Because th... View full abstract»

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  • Human factors in engineering Part IIߞ Advanced man-machine systems and concepts

    Publication Year: 1966, Page(s):62 - 72
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    This second and concluding article scans over some of the new kinds of human factors problems that have emerged as a result of recent technological advances. The article discusses aspects of these new problems in the following major areas: man-computer interaction (psychological problems related to on-line usage, the need for more "natural" interaction languages, graphical communication); man-vehi... View full abstract»

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  • Detection of coherent optical radiation

    Publication Year: 1966, Page(s):73 - 78
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    Sensitive coherent detection techniques, identical in principle to the methods applicable in the RF or microwave regions, are being investigated at optical wavelengths. Since we already can reach the natural limit of being able to count individual photons in both the short-wavelength visible and near-ultraviolet regions, there is no possibility for sensitivity improvement in those spectra. However... View full abstract»

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  • High-speed information channels

    Publication Year: 1966, Page(s):79 - 95
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    Following a brief review of the progress in the communication art that has led to today's high-speed transmission of information, including the evolution of the carrier spectrum, the reasons for the growth of high-speed communication are analyzed. The basic operation of parallel and series data systems is illustrated through the use of typical examples. The West Coast operation of The Wall Street ... View full abstract»

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