(1) Principles of Radio Engineering (2) Short Wave Wireless Communication (3) Physik und Technik der ultrakurzen Wellen

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ADVANCES in the science and practice of radio communication lead to a continual supply of new books dealing with various phases of the subject. Some of these are of the nature of monographs describing in detail the technique of a particular application of communications, while others set out in revised form the fundamental principles of the subject and of the various new devices which mark the lines of progress.

(1) Principles of Radio Engineering

By Prof. R. S. Glasgow. Electrical Engineering Texts.) Pp. xii + 520. (New York and London: McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., 1936.) 24s.

(2) Short Wave Wireless Communication

By A. W. Ladner C. R. Stoner. Third edition, revised and enlarged. Pp. xvi + 453 + 11 plates. (London: Chapman and Hall, Ltd., 1936.) 21s. net.

(3) Physik und Technik der ultrakurzen Wellen

Von Dr. H. E. Hollmann. Band 1: Erzeugung ultrakurzwelliger Schwingungen. Pp. ix +326. (Berlin: Julius Springer, 1936.) 36 gold marks.

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S.-R., R. (1) Principles of Radio Engineering (2) Short Wave Wireless Communication (3) Physik und Technik der ultrakurzen Wellen. Nature 138, 822 (1936). https://doi.org/10.1038/138822a0

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