(1) Short Wave Wireless Communication (2) Handbook of Technical Instruction for Wireless Telegraphists (3) Principles of Radio

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    THE first and third of these books are second editions, the other is the fifth edition of that firmly established work which began as “Hawkhead”, and later became “Hawkhead & Dowsett”. All of them have thus had the benefit of friendly aid from reviewers, and are better books because of that aid.

    (1) Short Wave Wireless Communication.

    By A. W. Ladner C. R. Stoner. Second edition, revised and enlarged. Pp. xiv + 384 + 13 plates. (London: Chapman and Hall, Ltd., 1934.) 15s. net.

    (2) Handbook of Technical Instruction for Wireless Telegraphists.

    By H. M. Dowsett. Fifth edition, revised and enlarged. Pp. xix + 572. (London: Iliffe and Sons, Ltd., 1934.) 15s. net.

    (3) Principles of Radio.

    By Keith Henney. Second edition. Pp. xii + 491. (New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc.; London: Chapman and Hall, Ltd., 1934.) 21s. 6d. net.

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    (1) Short Wave Wireless Communication (2) Handbook of Technical Instruction for Wireless Telegraphists (3) Principles of Radio. Nature 134, 45–46 (1934). https://doi.org/10.1038/134045a0

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