Radio Science

Wireless Telegraphy; Its History, Theory and Practice ([c1905])
Author: Collins, A. Frederick (Archie Frederick), 1869-
Subject: Radio
Publisher: New York, McGraw publishing company
PDF  57MB
TXT 498KB

Fessenden, Builder of Tomorrows ([c1940])
Author: Fessenden, Helen May Trott
Subject: Radio, Fessenden, Reginald Aubrey, 1866-1932
Publisher: New York : Coward-McCann
PDF  43MB
TXT 709KB

The A B C of Vacuum Tubes in Radio Reception; an elementary and practical book on the theory and operation of vacuum tubes as detectors and amplifiers. Explains non-mathematically the fundamental principles upon which all vacuum tube circuits are based. Includes practical circuits and practical questions and answers. It is written especially for the beginner. All electrical and radio terms are fully explained (1922)
Author: Lewis, Elmer Hugh, 1889-
Subject: Vacuum-tubes; Radio; Radio
Publisher: New York, Norman W. Henley Pub. Co.
PDF  15MB
TXT  176KB

Radio Propagation Past a Pair of Dielectric Interfaces (1960)
Author: Kane, Julian; Karp, Samuel N
Publisher: New York: Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University
PDF  15MB
TXT  176KB

Long-range propagation of low-frequency radio waves between the earth and the ionosphere (1955)
Author: Shmoys, J
Publisher: New York: Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University
PDF  1.2MB
TXT  36KB

How to Signal to Mars : Wireless the only way now, says Nicola Tesla - Mirror plan not
practicable (May 23, 1909)
Author: Nikola Tesla
Subject: Nikola Tesla
Publisher: New York : New York Times
PDF  931KB



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