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International Conference on Radio Communication

Nature volume 130, pages 373374 (03 September 1932) | Download Citation



RADIO engineers are looking forward anxiously to the international conference in Madrid on radio communication, which begins in September. In the Wireless World for Aug. 19 and 26, Noel Ashbridge, chief engineer to the British Broadcasting Company, states some of the problems of which a solution will have to be found. He confines himself to the broadcasting problem, and discusses first the problem of separating the frequencies and consequently the wavelengths of the stations in Europe.

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