The Superheterodyne Receiver: Its Development, Theory and Modern Practice

By: Witts, Alfred T

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The Superheterodyne Receiver: Its Development, Theory and Modern Practice by Witts, Alfred T
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London: Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, 1942. 200 g; VI, 200 pages, illustrated throughout with schematics, and graphs (121 in total), indexed, one page of advertisements for other books related, published by the publisher. Minor shelf wear to the base edge of the boards, original bookseller's rubberstamped two top of front end page, price clipping of the dust jacket, which has chipping at the top and bottom of the spine, and on the bottom edge of the front panel, with some loss. A digital image of the damage can be provided upon request.. Fifth Edition. Blue Cloth. Good/Damaged. Illus. by Diagrammatic. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Radio -- Electronics.

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