Fundamentals of radio-valve technique: an introduction to the physical fundamentals, properties, designs and applications of radio-receiver and power-amplifier valves covering the technical development reached up to December, 1947, Volume 1
N.V. Philips' Gloeilampenfabrieken, Technical and Scientific Literature Department, 1949 - Vacuum-tubes
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Physical Conceptions of Electrons and Electric
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