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1935 "Cathode Ray Tubes" RCA softcover technical data booklet about cathode ray tubes and allied types.  Every specifi
1935 Apr "Electronics" COVER: Noise level chart. The move for noise abatement.  The art and science of measuring noi
1935 Aug "Electronics" COVER: Dr. S. M. Kitntner vice president of Westinghouse is a pioneer in electronics.  He was
1935 Dec "Electronics" COVER: Electronics explores the stratosphere.  Article on high-speed radio production
1935 Feb "Electronics" COVER: Directional array of the new WOR station. Automobile radio antennas - where to plac
1935 Nov "Electronics" COVER: ZWORYKIN WITH HIS 10-STAGE ELECTRON MULTIPLIER.  Plus:  TELEVISION SCANNING, A SU
1935 Sep "Electronics" Main article: FARNSWORTH DEMONSTRATES TELEVISION PROGRESS - July 30, Philadelphia
1935 "The Cathode-Ray Tube at Work" Great early reference book on CRTs.  Contains 440 halftones of tubes & screen images, cir
1936 Apr "Electronics" Cover:  Grounding the WBNS antenna in Coumbus, Ohio.  German radio set production. Flyin
1936 Aug "Electronics" DON LEE BROADCASTING SYSTEM gives FIRST public demonstration of high-definition t
1936 Dec "Electronics" TELEVISION ADVANCES - showing apparatus at NBC, Farnsworth and Philco. Co
1936 Feb "Electronics" DETAILS ON TWO GERMAN ELECTRONIC TELEVSION RECEIVERS: TELEFUNKEN AND LORE
1936 Jan "Electronics" 1935 IN REVIEW... W.H. Peck's 60-line and 180-line mechanical scanning with Kerr
1936 Jul "Electronics" Cover: RCA's television antenna - Empire State Building, New York City.  Pho
1936 Mar "Electronics" SCOPHONY TELEVISION ARTICLE... mechanical system developed in England, with an in
1936 May "Electronics" Cover:  G.E. mercury-vapor recitifers.  Frontispiece Illustration:  ICONOSCOPE on v
1936 Nov "Electronics" NBC's 10th BIRTHDAY!  Cover: RCA 50kw broadcast transmitter.  Electron
1936 Sep "Electronics" STORY OF THE BELL TELEPHONE LABORATORIES. Cathode-rays for the UHF spectr
1936 "Man Made Wonders" Wonderful example of the state of the television art in 1936 -- at least as defined in the eyes of
1936 "Television" Volume 1, issued July, 1936 - by RCA - The collected addresses and papers on the future of the new
1936 "Television Reception" Manfred Von Ardenne's book about television reception, with a subtitle: "Construction and Operatio
1936 "Television with Cathode Rays" Small black leatherette 3-ring binder with gilt titles, loose-leaf format.  Contains ten chap
1936 "Television: A Guide for the Amateur" An essential book for any early TV-technology historian or enthusiast, by Sydney Moseley and Herbe
1937 Apr "Electronics" Cover: 441-Line Television Signals First theatre television in Berlin.&nb
1937 Aug "Electronics" RCA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT. Guglielmo Marconi passes on July 20, 1937.&