Lot of 7 1930s and 1940s Electronic Reference Books. This lot is in good condition. The pages and covers of the books have yellowing and discoloration from age and wear. This lot includes:
Radio Instruments and Measurements- presents information regarding more important instruments and measurements used in radio work. Gives a summary of principles upon which the formulas, methods, and data used in radio work are based. Measures 9" x 6".
Electrical Engineering Texts- text explains principles underlying electrical engineering and electrical-engineering apparatus. The book measures 8.25" x 6".
1936 The Radio Handbook for Amateurs and Experimenters- beginners handbook for practical use of radio equipment in 1936. Measures 9" x 6".
Time Bases (Scanning Generators) by O.S. Puckle- book about electronic circuit used to generate varying voltages to produce a waveform. Used to deflect the beam in a cathode ray tube smoothly across the face of the tube. Measures 8.5" x 6".
Reference Data for Engineers- radio reference data in compact, convienent form. 8.75" x 5.5".
Practical Radio Communication- book on basic radio principles. 9.25" x 6.25".
Electronics Dictionary by Nelson M. Cooke- illustrated glossary of clear cut and accurate definitions of nearly 6500 terms used in radio, television, industrial electronics etc. 9" x 6".