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Post-War Planning in Radio Telecommunication

Nature volume 149, pages 614615 (30 May 1942) | Download Citation

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THE meeting of the Wireless Section of the Institution of Electrical Engineers on May 6 was devoted to a discussion on “Post-War Planning in Radio Telecommunication”, which was opened by Sir Stanley Angwin, engineer-in-chief of the Post Office, and a member of the committee of the Institution studying the possibilities of post-war planning in electrical engineering in general. While it is true to remark that all possible efforts on the part of radio engineers and physicists should be devoted to ensuring that the present conflict will lead to a victorious issue for the Allies, it is equally wise to observe that those with experience and responsibility should divert a little of their time to the consideration of the problems which will most certainly arise at the termination of the War.

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