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1942 Jan "Electronics" FOREST SERVICE RADIO (Cover) -- A field communications station of the US Forest S
1942 Feb "Electronics" FM NETWORK COVERING NORTHEAST STATES (Cover) -- Illustration showing the seven op
1942 Mar "Electronics" TELEVISION - AN AGENCY FOR PREPARADNESS -- A summary of the first six-months of c
1942 Apr "Electronics" BROADCASTERS DISCUSS WARTIME PROBLEMS -- Broadcasters discuss problems facing eng
1942 May "Electronics" PENNSYLVANIA TURNPIKE (Cover) -- Aerial view looking down an unidentified section
1942 Jun "Electronics" REFERENCE and DIRECTORY ISSUE -- This issue is broken into the following:
1942 Jul "Electronics" AMERICAN FLAG (Cover) -- "United We Stand" PLASTICS AS DIELECTRIC
1942 Aug "Electronics" BROADCASTING UNDER WAR CONDITIONS -- Technical operation of broadcasting stations
1942 Sep "Electronics" BAIRD DEVELOPS COLOR TELEVISION -- John Logie Baird, early television inventor, h
1942 Oct "Electronics" COCKROFT-WALTON VOLTAGE QUADRUPLER (Cover) -- Illustration shows voltage multipli
1942 Nov "Electronics" RCA DEDICATES NEW ELECTRONICS LABORATORIES -- Completely new and modern laborator
1942 Dec "Electronics" AN EXPERIMENTAL TELEVISION SYSTEM -- A description of a 114-Mc television video t
1943 Jan "Electronics" WOMEN AT WORK -- Photographs of feminine design and production workers in the ele
1943 Feb "Electronics" PHILCO RESUMES TELEVISION PROGRAMS -- Television broadcasts were resumed by Philc
1943 Mar "Electronics" NEW WORLD OF ELECTRONICS -- Great article on television history!  (This will
1943 Apr "Electronics" WALKIE-TALKIE AT WAR -- Photos showing some of the practical uses for extremely p
1943 May "Electronics" POST WAR PLANNING PROBLEMS -- A report from electronic equipment manufacturers re
1943 Jun "Electronics" RADAR STORIES RELEASED BY U.S. AND GREAT BRITAIN -- Official Army-Navy and Britis
1943 Jul "Electronics" THE ENGINEER'S PLACE IN THE POST-WAR PICTURE -- How "the boys in the laboratories
1943 Aug "Electronics" RADIO AND RADAR AT WAR -- Photos of Army Air Corps life-raft transmitter, radar g
1943 Sep "Electronics" 3-YEARS OF TELEVISION RELAYING -- A record of actual experiences with the New Yor
1943 Oct "Electronics" WJZ MOVES (Cover) -- Photo shows WJZ's 640-foot tower that is to be moved with th
1943 Nov "Electronics" POSTWAR FM AND TELEVISION -- Informed speculation concerning the probable status
1943 Dec "Electronics" OBJECTIVES FOR POST-WAR TELEVISION -- A broadcaster speaks his mind concerning th
1944 Jan "Electronics" IMPORTANT TELEVISION RECEIVER SURVEY -- The present operating status of televisio