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January 1965 Electronics World
Table of Contents

January 1965 Electronics World

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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.

January 1965

Vol. 73, No. 1

 

What You Should Know About Film Resistors 2
Electroluminescence: Theory and Practice, by Lester W. Strock, Ph.D 23
Semiconductor Heat Sink Design Chart, by Frank D. Gross 28
Loss Figures for 300-Ohm Twin-Lead, by Mark L. Nelson 30
Magnetic Hammer 35
"Chirp" A New Radar Technique, by Donald Lancaster 42
Electronics-Themed Comics 54
Electronic Crosswords, by James R. Kimsey 63
Co-Inventors Quiz, by Robert P. Balin 90

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