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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1949. — 620 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 17) This volume is intened primarily as a companion and a reference work for Vols. 18 through 23 of the Radiation Laboratory Series. It contains data on a number of classes of electrical rind electronic components which are of principal interest to the designer of receiving and test equipment. In...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1948. — 491 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 26) A radar scanner, or antenna mount, is the assembly consisting of the antenna and the mechanism that causes the radiated beam to scan. In this volume we are concerned mainly with the engineering of the scanner and its housing. The electrical design of the antenna and the transmission line are...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1949. — 785 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 19) This book deals with the applications of circuit techniques to the generation of waveforms, both sinusoidal and otherwise, and to the manipulation of waveforms to meet specific needs. The title, Waveforms, refers to currents or voltages considered as functions of time in a rectangular...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1949. — 538 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 20) The object of this book is to present the method of approach to the problems of time and distance measurement by manual and automatic means, and the practical circuits employed for these purposes. In addition, important techniques of pulse data transmission and pulse-amplitude cancellation methods...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1948. — 741 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 5) When the Radiation Laboratory was organized in the fall of 1940 in order to provide the armed services with microwave radar, one in of the important technical problems facing this group was that of devising equipment capable of delivering high-power pulses to the newly developed cavity-magnetron...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1948. — 721 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 21) The title of the present volume Electronic Instruments carries with it the implied adjective "some." The specific kinds of electronic instruments which are treated are electronic analogue computers, instrument servomechanisms, voltage and current regulators, and pulse test equipment. Aside from...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1947. — 389 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 2) Radar Aids to Navigation is intended primarily to describe the advantages and limitations of radar equipment when applied to problems of navigation and pilotage, whether the equipment is airborne, shipborne, or ground-based. Radar beacons as aids to navigation are also discussed. While the...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1948. — 533 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 7) This volume of the Radiation Laboratory Series attempts to cover the basic principles underlying the operation of klystrons and planar grid tubes as oscillators and amplifiers. It has been the desire of the authors to present the technical and theoretical aspects of this field as completely and...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1953. — 160 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 28) The 28th volume of MIT Radiation Laboratory Series comprises index to the other 27 volumes. In the United States much of radar research took place at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Radiation Laboratory or Rad Lab. Engineers and scientists at Rad Lab designed almost half of the...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1947. — 375 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 25) It is nearly as hard for practitioners in the servo art to agree on the definition of a servo as it is for a group of theologians to agree on sin. It has become generally accepted, however, that a servo system involves the control of power by some means or other involving a comparison of the...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1951. — 728 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 13) Most of the volumes of the Radiation Laboratory Series are devoted to specific radar subjects such as components, systems and their applications, or measurement techniques. This volume, however, treats the phenomena associated with the propagation of short radio waves between terminal points,...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1950. — 388 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 24) When the plan for this book was made the authors hoped that it would be possible to present a more or less completed account of the experiments and the theoretical ideas pertaining to the problem of the detectability of a signal in noise. However, because it became clear that the literature on...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1947. — 939 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 11) Most of the methods to be described are based on the wave character of high-frequency currents, rather than on the low-frequency techniques of direct determination of current or voltage. The techniques to be described are grouped under four main headings: I. Power Generation and Measurement....
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1948. — 486 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 8) In the engineering application of low-frequency currents, an important step-forward was the development of the impedance concept and its utilization through the theory of linear networks. It was almost inevitable that this concept would be generalized and become useful in the application of...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1948. — 476 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 4) Like radar, the long-range system of navigation described in this volume depends upon the transmission and reception of pulsed radio signals, but it makes use of much lower radio frequencies and does not involve reflection from a target. The Loran system was developed at the Radiation...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1948. — 381 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 16) This volume describes the design of various microwave circuits the have been used as mixers in the microwave region an the Radiation Laboratory. The mixers convert the microwave signal into a signal at a lower frequency, where conventional lumped-constant circuits and multiple-element vacuum...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1948. — 725 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 9). Introduction. Elementary Line Theory. Materials and Construction Techniques. Rigid Transmission Lines. Flexible Coupling Units and Lines. Transition Units. Motional Joints. Tuners, Power Dividers, and Switches. The Theory of Microwave Filters. The Design of Microwave Filters.
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1947. — 748 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 1) This book is intended to serve as a general treatise and reference book on the design of radar systems. No apology seems to be needed for the fact that it deals primarily-though by no means altogether-with microwave pulse radar. Thousands of times as much work has gone into pulse radar as into...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1947. — 489 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 3) This books is about radar beacons. As far as the authors are aware, no other books on radar beacons have yet appeared. Because beacons constitute an important aspect of radar, an attempt will be made in this book to give a comprehensive survey of the present state of the beacon art. Beacons...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1949. — 623 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 12). The need that arose during the war for utilizing the microwave region of the radio frequency spectrum for communications and radar stimulated the development of nelv types of antennas. The problems and design techniques, lying as they do in the domain of both applied electromagnetic theory and...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1948. — 437 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 14) This volume of the Radiation Laboratory Series is connected with the theoretical and practical aspects of the design of duplexing circuits for use in microwave radar equipments, and of the gas-filled switching tubes (TR and ATR tubes) used in these duplexers. For a clearer picture of the...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1948. — 746 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 22) This volume will describe displays and techniques of display production which were developed to provide indicators primarily for radar applications and secondarily for use in the electronics laboratory, although their usefulness is by no means confined to these fields. The cathode-ray tubes...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1948. — 359 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 27) The work on the linkage computers described in this volume was carried out under the pressure of war. War gives little opportunity to the advancement of abstract knowledge; all efforts must be concentrated onmeeting immediate needs. In developing techniques for the design of linkage computers,...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1948. — 443 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 15) The purpose of this book is to present the fund of knowledge on crystal rectifiers that has accumulated during the course of World War II. Because of the need in radar systems for high-quality microwave converters, a large fraction of the work was expended for the development of crystal...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1948. — 743 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 18) The amplifiers discussed in this volume are designed to have extreme values in one of several of the pertinent characteristics: bandwidth, sensitivity, linearity, constancy of gain over long periods of time, etc. In most cases the design of such amplifiers, in which the ultimate performance is...
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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1948. — 618 p. — (MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. Volume 23) The receivers and circuits treated in this volume sprung almost entirely from radar techniques. It is felt, however, that many of the features are applicable in other services where high sensitivity and excellent transient behavior are required. An attempt has been made to reach a sufficiently...
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