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December 1959 Electronics World
Table of Contents

December 1959 Electronics World

December 1959 Electronics World Cover - RF Cafe Table of Contents 

Wax nostalgic about and learn from the history of early electronics. See articles from Electronics World, published May 1959 - December 1971. All copyrights hereby acknowledged.

December 1959

Vol. 62, No. 6

 

Electronic Countermeasures - The Art of Jamming, by D. J. Blattner 47
Phosphors and Their Uses, by David F. Fortney 50
Mac's Service Shop: Grasshoppers & Compatibility, by John T. Frye 52
Fix Those Printed-Board Defects, by Chester S. Lawrence 54
Recent Developments in Electronics 60
Financing a Service Business, by William Leonard 65
Resuscitation for Electric Shock 68
Quadrature FM Detectors: Function and Failure, by Ken Bramham 118

 

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