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15
September
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new
cumulative
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TECHNICAL
SUMMARIES
GENERAL
RESEARCH
15
May
1965
15
August
1965
15
November
1965
DDC
No.
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1
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1966
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1966
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No.
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QUARTERLY
PROGRESS
REPORTS
DIVISION
2
AIRCRAFT
CONTROL
AND
WARNING
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No.
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No.
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1952
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February
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1954
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No.
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1962
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February
1963
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SYSTEMS
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No.
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1965
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600838
604590
609005
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DIVISION
5
INFORMATION
PROCESSING
Quarterly
Progress
Reports
t
15
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1959
t
15
December
1959
t
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March
I960
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June
1960
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December
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March
1961
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1961
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No.
231801
233920
237551
242284
247050
252199
256371
260633
263607
268698
273508
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285165
294454
401494
Hayden
Serial
and
Prices
H-223
M$1.50
P$25.30
H-139
1.50
24.10
H-126
1.50
24.40
H-443
1.50
12.65
H-442
1.50
13.90
H-441
1.50
4.90
H-450
1.50
3.90
11-440
1.50
4.65
H-439
1.50
5.15
H-438
1.50
7.40
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6
SPACE
COMMUNICATIONS
15
September
1963
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December
1963
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March
1964
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No.
424909
431198
434292
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1964
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vis
ION
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SOLID
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Quarterly
Progress
Reports
15
January
1962
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April
1962
15
July
1962
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October
1962
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1963
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July
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July
1964
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1965
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281678
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287199
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439365
603514
608569
456768
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Prices
H-399
M$1.50
P$3.15
H-416
1.50
2.15
H-435
1.50
4.40
H-470
1.50
2.40
H-502
1.50
2.20
H-541
1.50
2.20
H-547
1.50
2.20
H-574
1.50
3.00
H-578
1.50
2.20
H-597
1.50
2.40
H-619
1.50
2.40
H-631
1.50
2.40
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1952
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1953
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April
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1953
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1954
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AND
SOLID
STATE
Group
35
DDC
No.
Hayden
Serial
and
Prices
28579
t
1
May
1954
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1
August
1954
t
1
November
1954
t
1
February
1955
t
1
May
1955
t
1
August
1955
SOLID
STATE
RESEARCH
Group
35
Transistors
Group
37
Ferrites
41457
41456
53355
62359
70113
79337
t
1
November
1955
t
1
February
1956
t
1
May
1956
t
1
August
1956
t
1
November
1956
t
1
February
1957
t
1
May
1957
SOLID
STATE
RESEARCH
Group
35
82483
92623
102207
98859
110008
137607
151262
t
1
August
1957
SOLID
STATE
RESEARCH
Groups
35,
37,
310
151261
t
1
November
1957
SOLID
STATE
RESEARCH
Groups
35,
37,
310,
63,
24
110024
H-5
M31.50
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SOLID
STATE
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Quarterly
Progress
Reports
t
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February
1958
t
1
May
1958
t
1
August
1958
t
1
November
1958
t
15
.January
1959
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15
April
1959
t
15
July
1959
t
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October
1959
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January
I960
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15
April
1960
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July
1960
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October
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January
1961
t
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April
1961
t
15
July
1961
15
October
1961
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No.
110037
133853
133866
204401
215804
214567
226851
231991
234915
239537
243927
249058
254036
257442
262282
266878
Hayden
Serial
and
Prices
H-14
1.50
29.70
H-13
1.60
33.70
H-601
11-7
1.80
38.50
H-20
1.60
39.40
H-45
1.95
31.00
H-22
1.60
34.60
H-44
2.05
38.20
H-64
1.50
29.50
11-119
1.50
16.90
H-168
1.50
18.40
H-360
1.50
10.65
H-279
1.50
16.90
H-305
1.50
12.15
H-331
1.50
13.65
H-360
1.50
10.65
SOLID
STATE
RESEARCH
LINCOLN
LABORATORY
1961:4
1962:1
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1962:3
1962:4
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1963:2
1963:3
1963:4
1964.1
1964:2
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1964:4
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No.
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277393
285456
291546
400709
413089
417686
427340
435023
601830
606126
609828
613961
Hayden
Serial
and
Prices
H-391
M$1.50
P$22.40
H-406
1.50
13.40
H-428
1.50
12.15
H-457
1.50
19.65
H-491
1.50
12.65
H-517
1.50
11.80
H-539
1.50
7.20
H-554
1.50
7.80
H-57
3
1.50
8.80
H-587
1.50
8.00
H-606
1.50
10.60
H-627
1.50
9.20
H-639
1.50
8.40
Quarterly
Progress
Reports
1965:1
1965:2
1965:3
1966:1
1966:2
SOLID
STATE
RESEARCH
LINCOLN
LABORATORY
(Continued)
DDC
No.
Hayden
Serial
and
Prices
622446
H-67
8
M$1.50
P$11.40
624611
H-686
1.50
9.20
629048
H-705
1.50
15.60
632998
11-721
1.50
15.80
639064
H-740
SEMIANNUAL
TECHNICAL
SUMMARY
REPORTS
TO
ADVANCED
RESEARCH
PROJECTS
AGENCY
REENTRY
PHYSICS
PROGRAM
REENTRY
PHYSICS
&
PROJECT
PRESS
PROGRAMS
t
1
Oct.
1958
to
30
June
1959
t
31
Dec.
1959
t
30
June
I960
t
31
Dec.
1960
Hayden
Serial
DDC
No.
and
Prices
228431
H-125
M$1.50
P$38.80
234627
H-127
M$1.50
P$22.00
241226
H-269
M$1.50
P$10.30
252669
11-276
M$1.50
P$11.80
DDC
No.
t
30
June
1961
262543
t
31
Dec.
1961
273072
t
30
June
1962
283478
Hayden
Serial
and
Prices
H-361
M$2.65
P$35.90
H-453
M$2.05
P$48.15
H-454
M$1.80
P$37.90
RADAR
TECHNIQUES
STUDY
HIGH-POWER
TUBE
PROGRAM
DDC
No.
234063
Hayden
and
P
Serial
rices
31
Dec.
1959
DDC
No.
234064
Hayden
Serial
and
Prices
31
Dec.
1959
30
June
I960
241910
30
June
1960
241412
t
31
Dec.
1960
251040
t
31
Dec.
30
June
t
31
Dec.
t
30
June
31
Dec.
30
June
30
Nov.
1960
1961
1961
1962
1962
1963
1963
250687
260544
270734
278675
294963
411458
425185
H-549
M$1.50
P$7.20
TECHNICAL
REPORTS
TR
No.
*
t
1
Ionospheric
Scattering
and
Reflection
t
2
Some
Mathematical
Remarks
on
the
Boolean
Machine
t
3
Use
of
a
Delay-Line
Memory
to
Reduce
Radar
Pulse-Type
Interference
(Wildcatting)
t4
A
Moving-Coordinate
Radar
Display:
Operator
Limitations
*
t
5
Multiplexing
a
Radio
Teletype
System
Using
a
Random
Car-
rier
and
Correlation
Detection
*
t
6
Echo-Box
Pulse
Doppler
Radar
*
t
7
Noise-Like
Signals
and
Their
Detection
by
Correlation
t8
Results
of
Ground-Clutter-
Elimination
Experiments
t
9
A
New
Method
of
Teletype
Modulation
*
t
10
A
Unified
Approach
to
MTI
and
Doppler
Radar
til
Wide-Deviation
Frequency-
Modulated
Oscillator
Hayden
Serial
DDC
and
No.
Prices
R.
M.
Whitmer
5
Dec.1951
3311
I.S.
Reed
19
Dec.1951
165903
T.
F.
Rogers
21
Feb.1952
165380
L.
A.
Ames
J.
A.
Dumanian
F.
R.
Naka
20
Mar.
1952
165374
B.
B.
Welles
B.
J.
Pankowski
16
May
1952
168857
L.
D.
Smullin
R.H.
Fox
6
May
1952
172738
B.
L.
Basore
26
May
1952
4641
R.
H.
Baker
H.
M.
Elliott
30
June
1952
969
D.
J.
Gray
22
Sept.
1952
928
R.
M.
Fano
22
July
1952
4905
D.J.
Gray
V.
P.
Gurske
W.
E.
Morrow,
J:
6
Aug.1952
r.
958
t
12
Boolean
Functions
of
a
Real
Variable
and
Its
Applications
to
a
Model
of
the
Digital
Com-
puter
and
Discrete
Probability
t
13
An
Analysis
of
the
Detection
of
Repeated
Signals
in
Noise
by
Binary
Integration
t
14
An
Application
of
Matrix
Theory
to
the
Tracking
and
Smoothing
Equations
I.S.
Reed
14
Aug.1952
J.
V.
Harrington
14
Aug.
1952
I.S.
Reed
G.
P.
Dinneen
3
June
195
3
968
949
19276
H-645
M$1.50
P$5.00
H-31
M$1.50
P$6.40
II
Technical
Reports
TR
No.
115
116
117
Symbolic
Synthesis
of
Digital
Computers
The
Measurement
of
Frequency
Modulation
in
Pulse
Magnetrons
with
a
Microwave
Interferometer
The
Applicability
of
Generating
Electrostatic
Voltmeters
to
the
Detection
of
Exhaust
Trails
of
Aircraft
t
18
An
Analytic
Study
of
the
Symmetric
P-N
Junction
in
Semiconductors
t
19
Use
of
H
Field
Coupling
in
Directional
Couplers
t
20
An
Analysis
of
Signal
Detection
by
the
Sequential
Observer
t
21
Correlation
Analysis
of
VHF
Signals
t
22
Signal-to-Noise
Improvement
through
Integration
in
a
Delay-
Line
Filter
System
t
23
PPI
Light-Spot-Brightness
Probability
Distributions
t
%
24
Automatic-Alarm
Radar
for
PROJECT
COUNTER
CHANGE
(Final
Technical
Report)
*
t
25
Some
Notes
on
Transistor
Circuits
t
2b
The
Lower
Modes
of
a
Concentric
Line
Having
a
Helical
Inner
Conductor
I.S.
Reed
J.
J.G.
McCue
F.
A.
Rodgers
R.N.
Dexter
L.
Bess
C.W.
Jones
I.S.
Reed
A.J.
Lephakis
J.
Freedman
J.
Margolin
G.C.
Sponsler
F.
L.
Shader
H.G.
Weiss
F.R.
Naka
J.
Freedman
W.
P.
Harris
J.
W.
Meyer
J.
F.
Bennett
R.
R.
Adler
M.
Boisvert
C.
R.
Hurtig
S.
J.
Mason
L.
Stark
17
Oct.
1952
16
Oct.
1952
12
Nov.1952
14
Nov.1952
5
Mar.
1953
12
Mar.
1953
18
May
1953
13
May
1953
17
June
1953
4
Aug.1953
6
Jan.1953
2
July
1953
DDC
No.
2230
11811
4906
17010
17081
17082
11808
19279
20232
20233
Hayden
Serial
and
Prices
17007
19277
H-16
M$1.50
P$9.70
H-291
M$1.50
P$3.65
t
27
The
Transient
Response
of
Transistor
Switching
Circuits
t
28
A
Waveguide-Coax
Hybrid
Junction
I.
L.
Lebow
R.
H.
Baker
R.
E.
McMahon
C.
W.
Jones
7
July
1953
14
July
1953
21107
20234
H-25
M$1.50
P$7.60
12
Technical
Reports
TR
No.
t
29
Land
System
TPI
Signal-
Detection
Capability
t
30
Tracking
Targets
on
the
Land
Target
Position
Indicator
t
31
Matching
Filtered
and
Unfiltered
Displays
t
32
Transistor
Shift
Registers
t
33
Correlation
Detection
Using
Stored
Signals
*
t
34
Statistical
Theory
Applied
to
Communication
through
Multipath
Disturbances
t
35
The
Statistical
Theory
of
Detection.
I:
Optimum
Detection
of
Signals
in
Noise
t
36
The
Time
Required
to
Search
for
Numbers
on
Large
Visual
Displays
t
37
Theory
of
Radio
Transmission
by
Tropospheric
Scattering
Using
Very
Narrow
Beams
t
38
Normal
Tropospheric
Prop-
agation
of
Short
Radio
Waves
Well
Beyond
the
Horizon
t
39
Coding
for
Constant-Data-
Rate
Systems.
Part
I.
A
New
Error-Correcting
Code
t40
A
Theory
of
Magnetic-Domain
Creation
and
Flux
Reversal
in
Polycrystalline,
Ferromagnetic
Materials
|41
Jamming
Tests
on
NOMAC
Systems
t
42
An
Ultrasonic
Continuously
Variable
Delay
Line
G.C.
Sponsler
25
Aug.
1953
B.
F.
Green,
Jr.
22
July
1953
H.
M.
Jenkins
D.
Middleton
2
Nov.1953
B.
F.
Green,
Jr.
18
Aug.1953
W.
J.
McGill
H.
M.
Jenkins
H.G.
Booker
§
16
June
1954
J.
T.
deBettencourt
T.
J.
Carroll
R.
M.
Ring
R.
A.
Silvcrman
M.
Balser
12
Feb.1954
23
Oct.
1953
J.
B.
Goodenough
6
Nov.195
3
N.
Menyuk
B.
M.
Eisenstadt
25
Sept.
1953
P.
L.
Fleck,
Jr.
O.
G.
Selfridge
C.
A.
Wagner
W.
P.
Schneider
22
Sept.
1953
Hayden
Serial
DDC
and
No.
Prices
25813
21108
B.
F.
Green,
Jr.
27
July
1953
25812
R.
H.
Baker
30
July
1953
19278
I.
L.
Lebow
R.
E.
McMahon
P.
E.
Green,
Jr.
4
Aug.1953
20524
R.
Price
3
Sept.
1953
28497
30080
21109
37146
33890
28496
28494
20419
21110
H-374
M
$1.50
P$10.65
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M$1.50
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1
Technical
Reports
TR
No.
t
43
Isolation
of
Trace
Quantities
of
Arsenic
from
Germanium
Samples
by
Solvent
Extraction
t
44
A
Class
of
Multiple-Error-
Correcting
Codes
and
the
Decoding
Scheme
t
45
A
Study
of
the
Holding
Time
for
a
Family
of
Transmitters
t
46
Signal
Detector
for
a
Short-
Pulse-Doppler
Radar
System
f47
Performance
on
a
Visual
Monitoring
Task
as
a
Function
of
the
Rate
at
Which
Signals
Occur
t
48
Coding
for
Constant-Data-Rate
Systems.
Part
II.
Multiple-
Error-Correcting
Codes
t
49
Speed
and
Accuracy
of
Reading
Polar
Coordinates
on
a
Hori-
zontal
Plotting
Table
t
50
A
Practical
Method
of
Designing
RC
Active
Filters
t
51
Folded
Unipole
Antennas
t
54
Magnetostriction
Filters
t
55
Bandwidth
of
Microwave
Ferrite
Devices
t
56
Comparative
Performance
of
10-cm
and
70-cm
Radar
Over
the
Sea
t
57
Probability
of
Error
in
NOMAC
Systems
f
58
Electrostatic
Potential
Dis-
tribution
for
the
Helically
Wound
Postdeflection
Accel-
erator
of
a
Conical
Cathode-
Ray
Tube
M.
Green
J.
A.
Kafalas
J.
Lowen
I.S.
Reed
I.S.
Reed
W.
A.
Clark,
Jr.
G.
P.
Dinneen
2
Mar.
1954
9
Oct.
1953
13
Oct.
1953
M.
Balser
R.
A.
Silverman
B.
F.
Green,
Jr.
L.
K.
Anderson
23
Feb.1954
11
Dec.1953
DDC
No.
30161
25814
25816
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Friend
27
Oct.
1953
28493
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M.
Jenkins
29
Oct.
1953
28492
30162
28491
R.
P.
Sallen
6
May
1954
40828
E.
L.
Key
J.
Leonhard
2
July
1954
39059
R.
D.
Mattuck
A.
J.
Pote
H.
M.
Elliott
4
Aug.1954
47800
R.H.
Fox
11
Aug.1954
40830
J.
Freedman
25
Aug.1954
42667
M.
M.
Kessler
V.
L.
Lynn
D.
A.
McKee
W.
W.
Ward
G.
L.
Turin
18
Jan.1954
30163
G.
C.
Sponsler
20
Jan.1954
30164
Hayden
Serial
and
Prices
H-15
M$1.50
P$5.50
H-9
M$1.50
P$7.75
M
Technical
Reports
TR
No.
t59
A
Helical-Line
Phase
Shifter
for
Ultra-High
Frequencies
|60
Tables
of
n
log2n
and
n
log
1Q
n
for
n
from
1
to
1000
t
61
Storage-Tube
Slowed-Down
Video
System
t
62
A
Preliminary
Design
for
a
Multi-Transmitter
Automatic
Ground-to-Air
Communication
System
Using
the
G.E.
Data
Link
t
63
Modifications
to
the
AN/CPS-lf
Radar
t
64
An
Automatic
Electron-
Trajectory
Tracer
Study
of
Helix-
and
Band-Type
Postdeflection
Acceleration
t
65
Extension
of
Nonreciprocal
Ferrite
Devices
to
the
500-
to
3000-Mcps
Frequency
Range
t
67
A
Common
Co-ordinate
System
for
the
Utilization
of
Data
from
Several
Radars
t
68
A
Nonreciprocal
Four-Pole
Ring
Circuit
t
69
Ferrite
Devices
and
Applica-
tions
at
Microwave
Frequencies
t70
Microwave
Susceptibility
Measurements
in
Ferrites
t
71
Ferromagnetic
Resonance
in
Manganese
Ferrite
Single
Crystal
t
72
Characteristics
and
Capabil-
ities
of
Automatic
Alerting
Radar
X-3
|73
Some
Queue
Processes
Associated
with
Buffer-
Storage
Systems
1)
1
K'
No.
Hayden
Serial
and
Prices
L.
Stark
4
Feb.
1954
30165
G.
A.
Miller
P.
M.
Ross
10
Feb.
1954
33889
E.
W.
Bivans
S.
P.
Detwiler
J.
V.
Harrington
15
Mar
.
1954
30166
J.
V.
Harrington
W.
A.
Clark
G.
P.
Dinneen
R.
R.
Fidler
R.T.
McCoy
F.
L.
Niemann
G.C.
Sponsler
R.H.
Fox
B.
Lax
D.
Goldenberg
§
E.
W.
Wolf
R.
H.
Fox
R.
H.
Fox
J.
O.
Artman
P.
E.
Tannenwald
15
Mar.
1954
15
Apr.1954
26
May
1954
3
Sept.
1954
13
Sept.
1954
17
Sept.
1954
27
Sept.
1954
27
Oct.
1954
P.
E.
Tannenwald
30
Sept.
1954
H.G.
Weiss
F.
R.
Naka
I.S.
Reed
15
Oct.
1954
2
Dec.1954
33854
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47799
64026
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50604
55745
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H-18
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Technical
Reports
TR
No.
t74
A
Punch-Card
Abstract
File
on
Solid
State
and
Transistor
Literature
L.
D.
Patterson
12
Jan.1955
DDC
No.
64029
Hayden
Serial
and
Prices
t
75
Some
Results
in
the
Study
of
Narrow-Band
Gaussian
Noise
t
76
Final
Report
on
the
Phoenix
Facsimile
System
t
77
Report
of
Flight-Size-
Assessment
Tests
R.
Price
R.
M.
Whitehorn
A.G.
Favret
J.
J.
Cahill
C.C.
Grandy
D.
R.
Israel
26
Jan.1955
13
June
1955
9
Mar.
1955
64030
72815
64025
H-527
M$1.50
P$3.40
*
t
80
l/f
Noise
and
Related
Surface
Effects
in
Germanium
A.
L.
McWhorter
20
May
1955
64023
*
t
81
Investigations
of
Scattering
and
Multipath
Properties
of
Ionospheric
Propagation
at
Radio
Frequencies
Exceeding
the
MUF
t
82
A
Bistatic
CW
Radar
t83
18-Mcps
Field-Strength
Measurements
Over
Sea
Water
t
84
Investigations
of
Angular
Scattering
and
Multipath
Properties
of
Tropospheric
Propagation
of
Short
Radio
Waves
Beyond
the
Horizon
t85
Effects
of
Dislocations
in
Germanium
and
Silicon
t86
Project
Caterpillar
Antenna
Measurements
t89
Theory
of
Ferrites
in
Rectangular
Waveguides
W.G.
Abel
3
June
1955
J.
T.
deBettencourt
J.
F.
Roche
J.
H.
Chisholm
E.
A.
Sloane
E.
S.
Candidus
J.
Salerno
M.
Skolnik
S.
J.
Fricker
R.
P.
Ingalls
W.T.
Quinn
M.
L.
Stone
C.
A.
Stutt
•J.
II.
Chisholm
P.
A.
Portmann
J.T.
deBettencourt
J.
F.
Roche
6
June
1955
14
June
1955
26
Sept.
1955
76494
76454
76455
85995
A.
I).
Kurtz
13
July
1955
76495
S.
J.
Fricker
22
Dec.
1955
92635
R.
P.
Ingalls
W.T.
Quinn
M.
L.
Stone
C.
A.
Stutt
K.
J.
Button
1
Aug.
1955
70106
B.
Lax
In
Technical
Reports
TR
No.
t
91
192
t
93
t95
f98
t
99
t
100
t
101
t
102
t
103
104
Hayden
Serial
DDC
and
No.
Prices
t
106
107
110
111
UHF
Long-Range
Communi-
cations
Systems
Some
Remarks
on
Statistical
Detection
Phase
and
Amplitude
Varia-
bility
in
Medium-Frequency
Ionospheric
Transmission
Several
Binary
Sequence
Generators
Transistorized
Communication
Receiver
Comparison
of
Signal
and
Noise
in
Full-Wave
and
Half-Wave
Rectifiers
Transistor
Slowed-Down
Video
System
An
Investigation
of
a
2-Mcps
Ground-Wave
Radar
for
Ship
Detection
Designing
for
Reliability
Some
Notes
on
Jamming,
I
Random-Access
PPI
Transistor
Regulated
Power
Supplies
Some
Fundamental
Principles
of
Coherent
MTI
and
AMTI
Maximum
I^fficiency
Transistor
Switching
Circuits
Characteristics
of
Simple
Manual
Control
Systems
G.
L.
Mellen
5
Aug.
1955
W.
E.
Morrow,
Jr.
A.
.7.
Pote
W.H.
Radford
J.
B.
Wiesner
W.
L.
Root
T.S.
Pitcher
D.
G.
Rrennan
M.
L.
Phillips
§
N.
Zierler
S.
Schwartz
M.
D.
Rubin
J.M.
Stacey
R.
H.
Baker
R.
E.
McMahon
A.
J.
Yakutis
10
Aug.1955
16
Sept.
1957
12
Sept.
1955
4
Nov.1955
30
Nov.1955
22
Dec.1955
J.
T.
deBettencourt
13
Dec.
1955
I).
J.
Gray
80774
85993
110016
89135
80773
85994
92634
90351
N.
H.
Taylor
9
Dec.1955
93756
W.L.
Root
3
Jan.1956
90352
E.
W.
Bivans
B.
Cohen
R.
W.
Hofheimer
K.
E.
Perry
J.
Terzian
R.
V.
Wood,
Jr.
24
Feb.1956
92633
F.
G.
Popp
19
Jan.1956
92621
W.
W.
Ward
W.B.
Renhult
3
May
1956
100288
R.
II.
Baker
22
Mar.
1956
96497
J.I.
Elkind
6
Apr.1956
94646
71-230
M$1.50
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17
Technical
Reports
TR
No.
112
113
t
114
115
116
117
119
120
123
124
t
129
130
132
Analysis
of
Freezing
Precipi-
tation
Along
the
Eastern
North
American
Coastline
Broad-Band
Balanced
Duplexers
Markov-Process
Representa-
tion
of
Radar
Detection-Trial
Binary-Data
Sequences
Galvanomagnetic
Effects
in
n-Type
Germanium
Communication
Through
Noisy,
Random-Multipath
Channels
The
Design
of
Characters
for
the
Charactron
Some
Experiments
with
Three
-
Pulse
Cancellation
and
with
Sweep
Integration
Symmetrical
Back-Clamped
Transistor
Switching
Circuits
A
Mathematical
Model
for
the
Radar
Echo
from
a
Random
Collection
of
Scatterers
The
Suggested
Role
of
Stratified
Elevated
Layers
in
Trans-
Horizon
Short-Wave
Radio
Propagation
The
Prediction
of
Ballistic
Missile
Trajectories
from
Radar
Observations
High-Speed
Graded-Base-
Transistor
Switching
Circuits
On
Meteor
Echoes
from
Under-
dense
Trails
at
Very
High
Frequencies
DDC
No.
Hayden
Serial
and
Prices
J.
M.
Austin
§
S.
L.
Hensel
23
Mar.
1956
96755
C.W.
Jones
5
Apr.1956
100287
G.
C.
Sponsler
16
Apr.1956
100289
H-216
M$1.50
P$17.50
W.
M.
Bullis
14
May
1956
96499
G.Turin
14
May
1956
96500
W.
P.
Harris
B.
F.
Green,
Jr.
E.
A.
Wilson
L.
H.
Liaudansky
8
May
1956
101142
J.J.
G.
McCue
R.
H.
Baker
R.
E.
McMahon
F.
L.
McNamara
A.
C.
Parker
V.
J.
Sferrino
H.
A.
Ullman
E.
J.
Kelly
E.
C.
Lerner
8
June
1956
5
May
1956
J.
R.
Bauer
1.1.
Shapiro
R.H.
Baker
E.
J.
Chatterton
A.
C.
Parker
M.
Loewenthal
15
June
1956
24
Sept.
1956
27
Feb.1957
10
Dec.
1957
13
Dec.1956
103579
101141
104260
110003
110025
110030
137608
18
Technical
Reports
TR
No.
t!33
Transistor
Core
Memory
134
Preliminary
Report
on
Ground-
Wave-Radar
Sea
Clutter
135
Topics
in
the
Design
of
Antennas
for
Scatter
136
Classical
Boltzmann
Theory
of
Cyclotron
Resonance
137
Punch-Thru
Diode
(Operation
as
a
Narrow-Base
Diode)
138
Circular
Polarization
for
the
AN/CPS-18
Antenna
fl39
Logical
Design
of
CG
24
(A
General-Purpose
Computer)
141
Symbolic
Design
Techniques
Applied
to
a
Generalized
Computer
142
High-Power
RF
Switch
143
Electromagnetic
Propagation
Effects
in
Ferromagnetic
Resonance
144
Analysis
of
Wet-Snow
Precipitation
Along
the
Eastern
North
American
Coastline
146
High-Power
TR
Switch
Development
at
UHF
150
Some
Studies
on
Group
III-V
Intermetallic
Compounds
151
Proposal
for
Improving
Tropospheric
Propagation
152
Hahn
Decompositions
and
Hypothesis
Tests
DDC
No.
Hayden
Serial
and
Prices
R.
E.
McMahon
F.
L.
McNamara
13
Nov
.1956
110010
H-485
M$1.50
P$6.15
C.
A.
Stutt
S.J.
Fricker
R.
P.
Ingalls
M.
L.
Stone
21
Sept
.1956
110004
J.
Granlund
23
Nov
.1956
110001
H.
J.
Zeiger
B.
Lax
R.N.
Dexter
4
Oct.
1956
110005
R.H.
Rediker
D.
E.
Sawyer
27
Nov
,1956
110011
F.
L.
Niemann
J.
P.
Curtis
7
Jan.
1957
137609
G.
P.
Dinneen
J.
A.
Dumanian
I.
L.
Lebow
I.S.
Reed
P.
B.
Sebring
15
Apr
.
1957
147496
H-19
M$1.50
P$15.4(
I.S.
Reed
3
Jan.
1957
110009
L.
J.
Ricardi
10
Dec.
,
1956
110006
M.
H.
Seavey
P.
E.
Tannenwald
16
Jan.
1957
137610
J.
M.
Austin
§
S.
L.
Hensel
25
Jan.
1957
137711
R.
E.
Slattery
25
Jan.
1957
C.R.
Kolm
L.
J.
Eyges
I.S.
Reed
E.
J.
Kelly
D.
H.
Lyons
20
Feb.1957
1
Mar.
1957
4
Mar.
1957
137712
137716
137717
137718
19
Technical
Reports
TR
No.
153
Optical
Memory
Panels
t
154
Some
Pulse-Doppler
Radar-
Design
Considerations
155
A
Fixed-Gap
UHF
TR
Tube
156
t
157
t
158
1-159
160
t
161
162
164
t
165
*166
167
Hayden
Serial
DDC
and
No.
Prices
\v.
L.
Gardner
7
Mar.
1957
137719
D.
B.
Barker
M.
D.
Zimmerman
R.E.
Richardson
12
Aug.1957
Transistorized
Matched
Filter
for
Pulsed
Sinusoids
Some
Properties
of
Stationary
Gaussian
Processes
C.W.
Jones
C.E.
Muehe
S.
J.
Miller
P.
L.
Fleck,
Jr.
E.
J.
Kelly
I.S.
Reed
The
Detection
of
Radar
Echoes
I.
S.
Reed
in
Noise.
Part
I:
Statistical
E.
J.
Kelly
Preliminaries
and
Detector
W.
L.
Root
Design
The
Detection
of
Radar
Echoes
I.S.
Reed
in
Noise.
Part
II:
The
Accuracy
E.
J.
Kelly
of
Radar
Measurements
W.
L.
Root
Ultrasonic-Delay-Line
Ter-
minating
Circuits
and
Passband
Measurements
A
Search
for
Means
to
Detect
Distant
Low-Flying
Aircraft
Digital-Analog
Function
Generators
The
Chemical
Analysis
of
Manganese-Magnesium
Ferrite
(Memory-Core
Material)
Computer
Techniques
for
the
Study
of
Patterns
in
the
Electroencephalogram
On
the
Statics
and
Dynamics
of
Magnetic
Domain
Boundaries
Parabolic-Cylinder
Reflector
Patterns
M.
Axelbank
E.
W.
Pike
29
Mar.
1957
12
Apr.1957
5
June
1957
20
June
1957
19
July
1957
12
July
1957
18
July
1957
R.
W.
Ilofheimer
23
Aug.
1957
K.
E.
Perry
D.G.
Wickham
23
Aug.
1957
150863
147407
147492
150864
150865
150866
150867
150868
150869
150870
H-482
M$1.50
P$5.40
H-468
M$1.50
P$3.40
H-238
M$1.50
P$7.90
H-215
M$1.50
P$8.80
H-28
M$1.95
P$33.60
B.G.
L.S.
W.
A
J.T.
Farley
Frischkopf
.
Clark,
Jr.
Gilmore,
Jr.
6
Nov.
1957
110027
11-2
M$1.50
P$5.75
J.
V.
Harrington
13
Jan.
1958
110028
R.
L.
Pease
13
Nov.
1957
110029
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Reports
TR
No.
168
169
170
171
172
174
176
177
178
179
181
182
183
184
185
t
186
On
the
Reciprocity
of
Rays
Propagated
Through
a
Hori-
zontally
Stratified
Ionosphere
A
Broad-Band
UHF
Amplifier
and
Mixer
A
64-Pole
RF
Coaxial
Switch
D.
H.
Archer
J.
H.
Phillips
E.
Maxwell
L.
J.
Ricardi
B.
F.
LaPage
An
FM
MTI
Cancellation
System
D.
A.
McKee
Analysis
of
Some
Detection
Criteria
for
Pulse
Radar
Straight
Tapers
in
Rectangular
Waveguides
Theory
of
Nonreciprocal
Ferrite
Phase
Shifters
in
Dielectric-
Loaded
Coaxial
Line
One-Megacycle
Silicon
Tran-
sistor
Circuits
Applicable
to
Airborne
Digital
Systems
Elimination
of
a
Type
of
Natural
Clutter
in
L-Band
Radars
Semiconductor
Delay
Lines
Effects
of
the
Filter
in
Oscillator
Synchronization
The
Local
Behavior
of
Solutions
of
the
Two-Body
Problem
and
Related
Problems
The
Stewart
Air
Force
Base
to
North
Truro
Tropospheric-
Scatter
Communication
System
E.
J.
Kelly
D.
H.
Lyons
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P.
Kelly
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Morrow,
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Reflector
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L.
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Engineering
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Parabolic
Torus
Antenna
System
Radio
Refraction
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Cool
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Atmosphere
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Devane
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R.
Bauer
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1958
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1958
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Characteristics
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UHF
Signals
Digital
Rate
Synthesis
for
Frequency
Measurement
and
Control
Doppler
Phase-Difference
Integrator
Twilight
Region
Propagation
of
Short
Radio
Waves
by
Modes
Contained
in
the
Normal
Air
The
Automatic
Design
of
Logical
Networks
The
Conductance
of
a
Slot
in
a
Array
Antenna
Final
Technical
Report
Antenna
and
RF
Circuit
Design
Millstone
Hill
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J.
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Ring
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J.
Rabinowitz
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C.
Fritsch
Curved-Earth
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N.
Durlach
Airborne
Early
Warning
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Carpenter
Control
M.A.
Herlin
On
sinx/x
Sampling
in
the
Case
K.
R.
Johnson
of
Non-Band-Limited
Functions
The
Magnetic
Properties
of
Thin
Films
Pressure
Distribution,
Sta-
bility,
and
Restoring
Torque
of
an
Externally
Pressurized
Bearing
Transistor
Life
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-
1958
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B.
Goodenough
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Smith
R.
A.
Greenberg
D.
J.
Eckl
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A.
Fergus
R.
L.
Burke
12
Nov.1958
31
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1958
3
Dec.1958
31
Dec.1958
7
Jan.1959
26
Mar.
1959
Preparation
and
Performance
R.
R.
Billups
12
Mar.
1959
of
Sintered
CdS
Photoconductors
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L.
Gardner,
Jr.
M.D.
Zimmerman
A
Simple
Null-Indicating
Saturable-Core
Magnetometer
for
the
Detection
of
Static
Magnetic
Fields
E.
P.
McCurley
C.
Blake
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The
AN/FRC-47
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Mock-
Up
System
Performance
Results
204
A
Probability
Model
for
Coherent
Phase-Only
MTI
Systems
205
Paraboloidal
Reflector
Patterns
for
Off-Axis
Feed
206
The
ACM-52
Automatic
Clutter
Mapper
and
Preliminary
Ex-
perimental
Results
t
207
A
Method
of
Pulse
Compression
Employing
Nonlinear
Frequency
Modulation
208
On
the
Band
Structure
of
Transition
Metals
and
Their
Alloys
209
A
Method
of
Side-Lobe
Suppres-
sion
in
Phase-Coded
Pulse
Compression
Systems
210
Studies
in
Partial
Switching
of
Ferrite
Cores
212
The
Calliscope
-
A
Versatile
Alphanumeric
Display
217
Applications
of
Boolean
Matrices
to
the
Analysis
of
Flow
Diagrams
219
Stochastic
Approximation
and
"Minimax"
Problems
221
Transistor
Life
in
the
TX-O
Computer
After
10,000
Hours
of
Operation
223
Solid
State
Display
Panels
with
Photoconductive
Control
224
Effects
of
Feed
Displacement
on
Patterns
of
Parabolic-
Cylinder
Reflectors
226
Current-Operated
Diode
Logic
Gates
B.
E.
Nichols
23
Apr.1959
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McGinn,
Jr.
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1959
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1959
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1959
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1959
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1959
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248
Effect
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Higher
Spatial
Modes
on
Predicted
Multicavity
Klystron
Performance
Phased
Array
Radar
Studies,
1
July
1959
to
1
July
I960
Sequential
Encoding
and
Decoding
for
the
Discrete
Memoryless
Channel
Signal
Processing
in
Radar
Astronomy
Communication
via
Fluctuating
Multipath
Media
Phased
Array
Radar
Studies,
1
July
I960
to
1
July
1961
Remote
Display
Console
for
Computer
Processed
Data
Electromagnetic
Theory
of
Spin
Wave
Resonance
GENDARE
(A
Generalized
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Reduction
System)
A
Threshold
Theory
for
Phase-Locked
Loops
A
Solid
State
Memory
System
Utilizing
Impulse
Switching
of
Ferrite
Cores
Application
of
the
Resonant
Cavity
Method
to
the
Measure-
ment
of
Electron
Densities
and
Collision
Frequencies
in
the
Wakes
of
Hypervelocity
Pellets
R.
L.
Pease
J.
L.
Allen
W.
W.
Camp
L.
Cartledge
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P.
Delaney
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1961
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1962
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1961
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249
Cyclotron
Resonance
and
Magneto-Optical
Effects
in
Semiconductors
251
The
DICON
System
25
2
Elementary
Lattice
Theories
and
Their
Application
to
Gas
Adsorption
Phenomena
253
Precision
Frequency
Control
of
a
High-Power
Millimeter
Klystron
254
Ferro-
and
Antiferromagnet-
ism
in
a
Cubic
Cluster
of
Spins
255
A
Diplexer
Using
Hybrid
Junctions
t
256
Radio-Echo
Observations
of
the
Moon
at
3.6-cm
Wavelength
25
7
Secondary
Emission
Charac-
teristics
of
High-Power
Microwave-Tube
Surfaces
258
Error
Probabilities
for
Adaptive
Multichannel
Reciption
of
Binary
Signals
259
The
West
Ford
Antenna
Feed
System
261
Statistical
Mechanical
Theory
of
Magnetic
Resonance
263
The
COBI
Data
Transmission
Modem
264
A
More
Precise
Analysis
of
Multicavity
Klystrons.
I.
Solutions
of
the
Boundary-
Value
Problem
265
Mass
Spectrographic
Lines
of
the
Elements
B.
Lax
.1.
Halpern
30
Apr.1962
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Berg
31
Oct.
1961
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Eshleman
J.
N.
Harris
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M.
Horowitz
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Nagy,
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Daggett,
Editor
J.
M.
Honig
11
Dec.1961
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M.
Steinmetz
3
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1962
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Dresselhaus
11
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Butman
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Morey
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Owens
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Sherman
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1962
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266
Electromagnetic
Studies
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Ionized
Wakes
267
Magnetism
and
Crystal
Structure
in
Nonmetals
268
Calculation
of
the
Surface
Temperature
of
a
Solid
under
Electron
Bombardment
269
The
Preparation
and
Properties
of
Some
Vanadium
Spinels
270
State
Assignment
Algorithm
for
Clocked
Sequential
Machines
271
Echolocation
with
Wide-Band
Waveforms:
Bat
Sonar
Signals
272
Radio-Echo
Observations
of
the
Moon
at
68-cm
Wavelength
273
Scattering
of
Electromagnetic
Waves
by
an
Eaton
Lens
274
Studies
of
the
F-Region
by
the
Incoherent
Backscatter
Method
275
RF
Component
Development
for
the
DICON
System
276
The
El
Campo
Solar
Radar
Antenna
277
A
Luneburg
Lens
as
a
Passive
Reflector
for
Satellite
Commu-
nication
278
The
FX-1
Magnetic
Film
Memory
279
Studies
in
Search
for
a
Conscious
Evader
280
Magnetic
Properties
of
a
Single
Crystal
of
Manganese
Phosphide
281
A
Quantitative
Examination
of
the
Radar
Resolution
Problem
DDC
No.
Hayden
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Prices
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L.
Murphy
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Edelberg
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Pippert
20
Apr.1962
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B.
Goodenough
24
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1962
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25
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1962
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1964
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22
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1962
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28
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1962
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V.
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1962
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Dion
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14
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1962
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Allen
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1962
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No.
282
Radar
Astronomy
Measure-
ment
Techniques
283
A
Data
Processing
Formalism
284
Scattering
from
Density
Fluctuations
in
a
Plasma
(Scattering
and
Absorption
Cross
Section)
285
The
Resistance
of
Bats
to
Jamming
286
The
Measurement
of
Small-
Signal
Parameters
of
Tran-
sistors
at
VHF
287
Incoherent
Scattering
from
a
Plasma:
I.
The
Electronic
Spectrum;
II.
The
Ion-Carried
Electronic
Spectrum
288
Radio-Echo
Studies
of
the
Moon
at
7.84-Meter
Wavelength
289
Optimum
Incorporation
of
External
Observations
with
a
Marine
Inertial
Navigation
System
290
The
Spectra
of
the
Radiation
from
the
Trail
of
Hypervclocity
Spheres
in
Argon
292
Orbital
Scatter
Channel
Propa-
gation
Experiment
t
293
Chemical
Behavior
of
Semi-
conductors:
Etching
Characteristics
295
Energy-Band
Calculations
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E.
Green,
Jr.
A.
W.
Armcnti
B.
J.
Schafer
J.
M.
VVinett
M.S.
Macrakis
D.
R.
Griffin
§
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J.G.
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Macrakis
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Sakrison
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Brvant
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R.
Drouilhet
J.
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Craig
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Fleck
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B.
Smith
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A.
Wagner
H.
C.
Gatos
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C.
Eavine
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Dec.
1962
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1962
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1962
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Nov.1962
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1963
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Sketchpad:
A
Man-Machine
Graphical
Communication
System
I.
E.
Sutherland
Some
Tests
of
Ionization
Gauges
F.T.
Worrell
Phased
Array
Radar
Studies,
1
July
1961
to
1
January
1963
J.
L.
Allen
D.
M.
Bernella
W.
W.
Carpenter
W.
P.
Delaney
J.
DiBartolo
A.
J.
Fallo
H.
J.
Greenberger
W.
J.
Ince
M.
Siegel
S.
Spoerri
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H.
Temme
L.
Cartledge,
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1963
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Diamond
Circuit
Optimum
Power
Division
in
Co-
herent
Communication
Systems
Antiferromagnetic
Resonance
Linewidth
in
MnF^
Near
the
Transition
Temperature
Specimen
Preparation
by
Spark-Erosion
Cutting
Mode
Theory
of
the
Active
Magnetohydrodynamic
Waveguide
Improvement
of
the
Measure-
ment
Capability
of
the
UHF
Radar
at
Wallops
Island
The
Baseball
Program:
An
Automatic
Question-Answerer,
Vols.I,
II
The
Measurement
of
Electron
Density
in
the
Wake
of
a
Hypervelocity
Pellet
Over
a
Six-Magnitude
Range
Computation
of
the
Spreading
of
an
Electron
Beam
Under
Acceleration
and
Space-Charge
Repulsion
R.
II.
Baker
R.
E.
McMahon
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G.
Burgess
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Cogdell
J.
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Wolf
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1963
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317
318
319
320
321
322
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325
326
328
A
Fourier
Theorem
and
Its
Application
to
the
Measurement
of
Electromagnetic
Fields
and
Quantum
Mechanical
States
H.
K.
Moses
J.
S.
Lomont
Magnetic
Scattering
of
Neutrons
R.
M.
Moon,
Jr.
by
Hexagonal
Cobalt
The
Guide
Wavelength
of
Cylin-
drical
Waveguide
of
Arbitrary
Cross
Section
and
a
Computer
Program
for
Calculating
Values
Machine
Perception
of
Three-
Dimensional
Solids
Calculation
of
Potential
Depression
in
Klystron
Gaps
Membrane
and
Bending
Stresses
in
Shallow,
Spherical
Shells
Coding
for
Tracking
Radar
Ranging
Radar
Range
Equations
for
Narrow-Band
Optical
Sources
Growing
Helical
Density
Waves
in
Semiconductor
Plasmas
A
Linear-FM
Radar
Pulse
Com-
pression
System
Employing
Thickness-Tapered
Dispersive
Delay
Lines
R.
N.
Assaly
30
Apr.1963
9
May
1963
20
May
1963
Hayden
Serial
DDC
and
No.
Prices
407604
413566
412518
L.
(1.
Roberts
22
May
1963
413529
R.
L.
Pease
23
May
1963
417589
F.
Y.
M.
Wan
11
Aug.1964
607457
T.
C.
Bartee
11
June
1963
416649
P.
B.
Wood,
Jr.
B.
S.
Goldstein
14
June
1963
633634
C.
E.
Hurwitz
17
Oct.
1963
432393
R.
C.
Yost
11
July
1963
417528
Properties
of
Dielectrics
from
Reflection
Coefficients
in
One
Dimension
li.
C.
E.
Moses
M.
deRidder
11
July
1963
422444
The
Theory
of
Array
Antennas
(with
Emphasis
on
Radar
Appli-
cations)
J.
L.
Allen
25
July
1963
422945
Investigation
of
Effects
of
Surface
Deviations
on
Haystack
Antenna
Radiation
Patterns
A.
R.
Dion
29
July
1963
418740
Detection
of
the
Energy
Peak
of
an
Arbitrary
Signal
L.
Kleinrock
23
Aug.1963
425894
Translationally
Covariant
Hamiltonians
II.
J.
E.
Moses
S.
Lomont
26
Aug.1963
422500
Haystack
Antenna
System
Status
Report
A.
O.
Kuhnel
13
Sept.
1963
600930
H-563
M$1.50
P$11.20
29
Technical
Reports
TR
No.
329
330
331
332
335
337
338
t
339
341
342
343
344
345
The
Reduction
of
Electro-
magnetic
Backscatter
from
a
Plasma-Clad
Conduction
Body
Radiometric
Measurements
at
8.5-mm
Wavelength
with
a
28-Foot
Antenna
During
December
1962
Radar
Observations
of
the
Moon
at
8.6-mm
Wavelength
Radio-Echo
Studies
of
Meteors
at
68-cm
Wavelength.
Part
I:
Sporadic
Meteors
Millstone
Hill
Radar
Station
Results
of
Long-Baseline
Radar
Interferometer
Studies
Mariner
A
Plasma
Probe
The
West
Ford
Antenna
System
Signal
Parameter
Estimation
for
Seismometer
Arrays
Radio-Echo
Studies
of
Meteors
at
68-cm
Wavelength.
Part
II:
Shower
Meteors
Measurement
of
the
Diameter
of
the
Electronic
Wake
of
the
Hypersonic
Pellets
Project
West
Ford
Payload
Telemetry
System
Information
Capacity
and
Quantum
Effects
in
Propaga-
tion
Circuits
Interpretation
of
the
Magnetic
and
Crystallographic
Properties
of
Compounds
with
the
B31
Structure
E.
L.
Murphy
V.
L.
Lynn
M.D.
Sohigian
M.
L.
Meeks
V.
L.
Lvnn
M.D.
Sohigian
E.
A.
Crocker
23
Sept.
1963
8
Oct.
1963
8
Oct.
1963
J.
V.
Evans
29
Oct.
1963
R.A.
Brockelman
E.
Gehrels
H.S.
Bridge
§
B.
Rossi
§
F.
Scherb
§
R.H.
Baker
R.S.
Cuikay
E.
F.
Lyon,
III
B.
F.
LaPage
E.
J.
Kelly
M.
J.
Levin
J.
V.
Evans
R.
A.
Brockelman
M.
Labitt
W.
T.
Higgins
L.
A.
Jacobson
J.
B.
Rankin
7
Nov.1963
5
Dec.1963
T.
Hagfors
6
Dec.1963
8
Jan.1964
15
Jan.1964
20
Jan.
1964
20
Jan.1964
24
Jan.1964
D
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430589
430926
426207
439354
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and
Prices
J.
B.
Goodenough
28
Jan.1964
438879
435489
601518
438816
602928
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435758
H-643
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P$6.80
30
Technical
Reports
TR
No.
346
The
Orthomatch
Data
Transmission
System
347
Probability
Distribution
of
Antenna
Gain
for
Satellite
with
Switched
Antenna
System
348
A
More
Precise
Analysis
of
Multicavity
Klystrons.
II.
Pre-
diction
of
Electronic
Conduct-
ance
and
Over-All
Gain
349
Radar
Scattering
from
a
Conducting
Cone-Sphere
350
The
Variable-Drift
Klystron
-
A
High
Efficiency
Amplifier
351
Beam
Pulse
Heating
t
352
Characterization
and
Measure-
ment
of
Time-
and
Frequency-
Spread
Channels
353
Field
Emission
in
Vacuum
Voltage
Breakdown
355
Nondestructive
Readout
Scheme
for
Thin
Film
Memories
356
Limitations
of
Oxide-Cathode
High
Current
Density
Operation
t
357
Introduction
to
the
TRADEX
Radar
System
''
'
360
Sequential
Measurement
of
Multidimensional
Transducers
361
Numerical
Methods
in
the
Chemical
Kinetics
of
High
Temperature
Air
364
Spin-Wave
Effects
in
the
Mag-
netization
Reversal
of
a
Thin
Ferromagnetic
Film
f
365
The
Haystack
Experimental
Facility
E.G.
Kuhn
R.
N.
Assaly
R.
L.
Pease
J.H.
Pannell
J.
Rheinstein
A.
F.
Smith
I.
Hefni
M.
A.
Nader
E.
Silverman
R.G.
Gallager
G.
E.
Vibrans
M.S.
Maltz
H.
A.
Pike
G.
R.
Curry
J.
R.
Sklar
L.
R.
Raisty
K.
J.
Harte
H.G.
Weiss
18
Feb.1964
4
Feb.1964
14
Feb.1964
2
Mar.
1964
8
Apr.1964
13
Apr.1964
30
Apr.1964
8
May
1964
21
May
1964
22
May
1964
15
July
1964
29
Oct.
1964
29
July
1964
27
Aug.1964
15
Sept.
1964
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No.
602130
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Prices
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31
Technical
Reports
TR
No.
*
366
Digital
Communication
over
Fixed
Time-Continuous
Channels
with
Memory
-
with
Special
Application
to
Tele-
phone
Channels
367
Haystack
Calibration
Antenna
368
Effects
of
General
Relativity
on
Interplanetary
Time-
Delay
Measurements
369
Study
of
an
Orbiting
Dipole
Belt
Communication
System
370
Decay
of
Electron
Density
in
the
Wakes
of
Hypervelocity
Spheres
*
371
The
Computation
Problem
with
Sequential
Decoding
372
Measurement
of
Properties
of
Spread
Channels
by
the
Two-Frequency
Method
with
Application
to
Radar
Astronomy
373
Influence
of
the
Earth's
Surface
on
Radar
374
Ionospheric
Backscatter
Observations
at
Millstone
Hill
375
Production
and
Propagation
of
Spherical
Shock
Waves
at
Low
Ambient
Pressures
377
An
Experimental
On-Line
Data
Storage
and
Retrieval
System
379
Calibration
of
a
Pressure
Sensor
for
Measurements
in
Continuum
and
Rarefied
Gas
Flows
380
AC
Breakdown
in
Gases
J.
L.
Holsinger
A.
Sotiropoulos
J.
Ruze
I.
I.
Shapiro
F.
Belvin
T.J.
Goblick,
Jr.
W.
M.
Kornegay
J.
E.
Savage
T.
Hagfors
N.I.
Durlach
J.
V.
Evans
J.
F.
Nolan
A.
W.
Armenti
W.
M.
Kornegay
J.
D.
Fridman
C.E.
Muehe
20
Oct.
1964
15
Dec.1964
18
Dec.1964
22
Dec.1964
23
Dec.1964
16
Feb.1965
11
Jan.
1965
18
Jan.1965
22
Jan.
1965
W.
M.
Kornegay
26
Jan.1965
3
Feb.1965
Revised
24
Sept.
1965
8
Feb.1965
26
Feb.1965
DDC
No.
614110
Hayden
Serial
and
Prices
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