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Electronics & Power

Volume 32, Issue 11-12, November December 1986

Volume 32, Issue 11

November December 1986

First alvey product from STC
Shocking state of British research & development
Solartron's personal touch
Test & Transducer continues to grow
DTI commissions custom-IC study
Innovation cuts costs at Alberthaw power station
NAMAS/RNE agreement
Low-cost 50 MHz scope from Tektronix
Engineering Tomorrow's World
STC takes the lid off a new OTDR
Getting equipped for business
Smart awards from DTI
Computer graphics cover wide spectrum
Christchurst power station—an historical site
New national TV museum
More schools set up links with industry
GEC's Chinese connection
It's quality which counts
I recognise that voice!…
Budget supercomputing from Convex Computer
Largest public MAP/TOP demo
Where are the opportunities for self-employment?
Engineering education in Japan
Are we still engineers?
Yes, we are engineers!
Engineers' status
Developing new drives
Ohm's law
Standards and compliance
Electromagnetic waves and the ether
Faraday lecture
Down the drain
Engineers and pay
Developments in broadcasting technology and their effect on TV receiver design
The Westminster cable TV system
Digital two-channel sound with terrestrial television
Technical aspects of the Domesday Project
JOERS—lighting a path for collaborative research
Optical-fibre sensors—new opportunities for chemical sensing?
Electrical equipment in the latest motorway tunnel systems in the UK
A new home for Lloyd's
Time for tide?
Ada—an Introduction to Program Design and Coding
An Early History of Electricity Supply
The High-Pressure Sodium Lamp
Electronic Intelligence: the Interception of Radar Signals
Gallium Arsenide for Devices and Integrated Circuits
Distribution Switchgear
Technical History of the Beginnings of Radar
Books received

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