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Bell Telephone Laboratories Technical Reprints
by Bill Burns

Introduction: Beginning in the early 1920s, Bell Labs, at that time the world-renowned research arm of AT&T, produced a large number of reprints of technical papers written by the company's engineers. Published in a uniform 9" x 6" softcover format, tthe Technical Reprints had a wide variety of content. While most were specific to diverse aspects of the company’s business, some also covered more general scientific and engineering topics.

The 1920s was a decade of many technical advances, leading to competition for message traffic between the new high-speed submarine cables and the even newer worldwide radio communication systems. Consequently, quite a few of the papers concern submarine cables, transatlantic radio, landline telegraphy and telephony, and the theory of how communications circuits can be most efficiently worked.

Papers by AT&T/Bell Labs researchers Harry Nyquist and Ralph Hartley on the underlying theory of transmission of information over limited bandwidth connections first appeared in technical journals in the 1920s and were subsequently reprinted in this series to make them more widely available as separate publications. Here are two examples dated August 1928:

H. Nyquist
Certain Topics in Telegraph
Transmission Theory

R.V.L. Hartley
Transmission of Information

Twenty years later, this work formed a substantial basis for Claude Shannon’s formalization of what became known as Information Theory. The principles he established provide the theoretical basis for all modern forms of data transmission and storage.

The table below, which gives details of Technical Reprints B-1-1 through B-533, is reproduced from the numerical list in the March 1930 issue of Index of Technical Reprints, which also includes an appendix with additions to November 1930. The date of the reprint (where shown) is taken from the cover of each publication, and the title, author(s) and source of each paper are given. The original index also includes sections by author and topic, but these are not reproduced here. Some of the papers most relevant to long-distance cable and radio communications are marked by an asterisk in the Ref column.

John C. Latham’s introduction to the Technical Papers was first published in the Bell Laboratories Record, May 1926. A run of that publication from 1925 to 1961 is available on the American Radio History archive website.

—Bill Burns

 

THE  TECHNICAL  REPRINT  SERIES
By John C. Latham

In 1919. it was decided regularly to obtain a number of reprints of the important articles which our Bell System engineers were publishing in various technical journals for distribution within the Laboratories. Each advance in the art which such papers recorded became immediately a source of ideas for further advances. Particular reprints thus became part of the necessary equipment of particular laboratories. With the distribution of these reprints, a demand was created which has grown until today it causes the distribution of our technical reprints not only within our Laboratories and the Bell System generally but, as the knowledge of their existence has slowly spread, to colleges and scientists and engineers throughout the world.

The demand which has required expansion in the circulation of these reprints may be due to a number of factors among which, besides the paramount one of the scientific value of the contributions themselves, is the fact that they form a continuous series of articles covering most of the subjects of interest in communication engineering. They appear in individual pamphlets of convenient size, and are rendered easily accessible by means of a complete index. Whatever the cause. the few hundred copies originally published have grown to thousands. Of these, practically twenty per cent are distributed in the Laboratories, approximately forty per cent go to the American Telephone and Telegraph Company, Western Electric Company, and other associated and related companies of the Bell System. About twenty-five per cent go to the libraries and faculties of colleges and universities and the rest to public libraries and individual scientists. They have even reached the point of being adopted by a number of colleges as text-books for courses in electrical engineering and physics.

In the course of their expansion in numbers and circulation, the reprints have also changed in physical form. The greatest change, of course, was that from the heterogeneous collection of bindings and page sizes supplied by different technical magazines to a uniform binding and page size. The accomplishment of uniform page size of articles printed in journals of such varying dimensions appears to be a source of considerable mystification to persons outside the Company. In fact, we have received a number of letters inquiring how it was possible to accomplish it without entirely resetting the original type. As a matter of fact, this uniformity was simply a matter of measurement. Our reprint page-size (six inches by nine inches) is practically the only size which can be used to reprint articles from the “single column” magazines in which many articles by engineers of the Bell System are originally published, while retaining a comfortable margin and column arrangement. Articles published in “double column” magazines are rearranged into single columns. The only other changes necessary are a rearrangement of the type pages sufficiently to cause each article to begin at the top of a right-hand page, the renumbering of the pages, and the elimination of the “running head” of the original magazine which usually occurs at the top of each page.

With the distribution of the reprint index which is now in press, it is expected that the reference value of our series of technical reprints will be increased. This new index differs in a number of particulars from that issued in 1925. More than fifty new titles have been added, as well as information as to the original source of each article. In order to make the series easier of reference, a small group of reprints originally numbered as the “C” series has been renumbered into the present “B” series.


Index by Number to the Technical Reprints as of November 1930

Ref Date No. Title Author(s) Source
*   B-1-1 Printing Telegraph Systems John H. Bell A. I. E. E., Trans., 1920, pp. 167-230
    B-2.1 Modulation in Radio Telephony R. A. Heising I. R. E., Aug., 1921, pp. 305-352
    B-3-1 Theory of Telephone Receivers R. L. Wegel A. I. E. E., Jour., Oct., 1921, pp. 791-802
    B-4-1 Piezo-Electric Effect A. McLean Nicolson A. I. E. E., Proc., Nov., 1919, pp. 1315-1333
    B-5-1 Alternating-Current Potentiometer E. C. Wente A. I. E. E., Jour., Dec., 1921, pp. 900-904
    B-6-1 The Thermophone E. C. Wente Phys. Rev., April, 1922, pp. 333-345
    B-7-1 Electrostatic Transmitter E. C. Wente Phys. Rev., May, 1922, pp. 498-503
    B-8-1 The Frequency-Sensitivity of Normal Ears H. Fletcher
R. L. Wegel
Phys. Rev., June, 1922, pp. 553-565
    B-9-1 A Theory of Intermittent Vision Herbert E. Ives Optical Soc., June, 1922, pp. 343-361
    B-10-1 An Apparatus for Studying the Motion of Relays Herbert E. Ives
T. L. Dowey
Optical Soc., June, 1922, pp. 391-397
    B-11-1 The Nature of Speech and its Interpretation Harvey Fletcher Franklin Inst., June, 1922, pp. 729-747
    B-12-1 Physical Examination of Hearing R. L. Wegel Nat. Acad., July, 1922, pp. 155-160
    B-13-1 Voltage-Current Relation in Central Anode Photo-Electric Cells Herbert E. Ives
T. C. Fry
Astrophys., July, 1922, pp. 1-15
    B-14-1 Audiometric Methods and their Applications E. P. Fowler M.D.
R. L. Wegel
Trilog. Soc., 1922, pp. 98-131
  Oct 1922 B-15-1 The Crystal Structures of Potassium and Beryllium L. W. McKeehan (Potassium) Nat. Acad., Aug., 1922, pp. 254255, and (Beryllium) Sept., 1922, pp. 270274
    B-16-1 A Low Voltage Cathode Ray Oscillograph J. B. Johnson Optical Soc., Sept., 1922, pp. 701-712
  Oct 1922 B-17-1 The Passage of Hydrogen through Quartz Glass J. B. Johnson
R. C. Burt
Optical Soc., Sept., 1922, pp. 734-738
    B-18-1 Maintaining Small Objects at any Temperature between −180° C and +20° C P. P. Cioffi
L. S. Taylor
Optical Soc., Oct., 1922, pp. 906-909
  Nov 1922 B-19-1 The Relative Sensitivity of the Ear Donald MacKenzie Phys. Rev., Oct., 1922, pp. 331-348
    B-20-1 Thermionic Work Function of Tungsten C. Davisson
L. H. Germer
Phys. Rev., Oct., 1922, pp. 300-330
    B-20-1 Appendix: Note on the Thermionic Work Function of Tungsten C. Davisson
L. H. Germer
Phys. Rev., Nov., 1927, pp. 634-638
    B-21-1 Extraordinary Diffraction of X-Rays L. W. McKeehan Optical Soc., Dec., 1922, pp. 989-997
    B-22-1 The Crystal Structure of Bismuth L. W. McKeehan Franklin Inst., Jan., 1923, pp. 59-66
    B-23-1 X-Ray Crystallometry L. W. McKeehan Science, Dec. 29, 1922, pp. 757-760
    B-24-1 Carrier and Side-Bands in Radio Transmission R. V. L. Hartley I. R. E., Feb., 1923, pp. 34-56
    B-25-1 Note on the Measurement of Radio Signals C. R. Englund I. R. E., Feb., 1923, pp. 26-31
    B-26-1 Measurements on Gases Evolved from Glass J. E. Harris
E. E. Schumacher
Bell System, Jan., 1923, pp. 122-132
    B-27-1 Apparatus for Admitting Gas into a Vacuum J. B. Johnson
H. W. Weinhart
Optical Soc., Feb., 1923, pp. 175-177
    B-28-1 Flat Type Relays D. D. Miller Electrical Communication, Feb., 1923, pp. 41-49
  Mar 1923 B-29-1 Power Losses in Insulating Materials E.T. Hoch Bell System, Nov., 1922, pp. 110-116
    B-30-1 Physical Characteristics of Audition R. L. Wegel Bell System, Nov., 1922, pp. 56-68
  Apr 1926 B-31-1 The Binaural Location of Complex Sounds R. V. L. Hartley
Thornton C. Fry
Bell System, Nov., 1922, pp. 33-42
  Apr 1923 B-32-1 A Color-Match Photometer for Illuminants Herbert E. Ives Optical Soc., March, 1923, pp. 243-261
  Apr 1923 B-33-1 The Crystal Structures of the System Palladium-Hydrogen L. W. McKeehan Phys. Rev., March, 1923, pp. 334-342
  May 1923 B-34-1 The Crystal Structures of Silver-Palladium, Silver-Gold, and Iron-Nickel Alloys L. W. McKeehan (Silver Alloys) Phys. Rev., Nov., 1922, pp. 424-432, and (Iron Alloys) April, 1923, pp. 402-407
    B-35-1 Public Address Systems I. W. Green
J. P. Maxfield
A. I. E. E., Jour., April, 1923, pp. 347-358, Bell System, April, 1923, pp. 113-142
    B-36-1 Machine Switching Telephone System E. B. Craft
L. F. Morehouse
H. P. Charlesworth
A. I. E. E., Jour. April, 1923, pp. 320-334, Bell System, April, 1923, pp. 53-89
*   B-37-1 Permalloy H. D. Arnold
G. W. Elmen
Franklin Inst., May, 1923, pp. 621-632
  Aug 1926 B-38-1 Radio Transmission Measurements Ralph Bown
C. R. Englund
H. T. Friis
I. R. E., April, 1923, pp. 115-152
    B-39-1 The Crystal Structure of Quartz E. W. McKeehan Phys. Rev., May, 1923, pp. 503-508
    B-40-1 Radio Extension of the Telephone System to Ships at Sea H. W. Nicholson
Lloyd Espenschied
I. R. E., June, 1923, pp. 193-242
    B-41-1 Use of Public Address System with Telephone Lines W. H. Martin
A. B. Clark
A. I. E. E., Jour., April, 1923, pp. 359-366, Bell System, April, 1923, pp. 143-161
  Aug 1923 B-42-1 Discussion of ‘Machine Switching Telephone System’ (B-36-1)   A. I. E. E., Jour., July, 1923, pp. 747-750
    B-43-1 The Nature of Language R. L. Jones Electrical Communication, July, 1923, pp. 32-45
    B-44-1 Trans-Oceanic Wireless Telephony H. W. Nichols Electrical Communication, July, 1923, pp. 11-22
*   B-45-1 The Scattering of Electrons by Metals C. Davisson
C. H. Kunsman
(Scattering by a Positive Nucleus) Phys. Rev.,June, 1923, pp. 637-649, and (Scattering by Platinum and Magnesium) Sept., 1923, pp. 242-258
    B-46-1 Physical Measurements of Audition Harvey Fletcher Franklin Inst., Sept., 1923, pp. 289-326
    B-47-1 The Art of Sealing Base Metals through Glass Wm. G. Houskeeper A. I. E. E., Jour., Sept., 1923, pp. 954-960
    B-48-1 Some Contemporary Advances in Physics (To be continued, Part I) K. K. Darrow Bell System, Oct., 1923, pp. 101-115
*   B-49-1 Transatlantic Radio Telephony H. D. Arnold
Lloyd Espenschied
A. I. E. E., Jour., Aug., 1923, pp. 815-826
*   B-50-1 (Formerly C-3-1) Telephone Transmission Over Long Distances H. S. Osborne A. I. E. E., Jour., Oct., 1923, pp. 1051-1062
    B-51-1 Telephone Equipment for Train Dispatching Circuits Wm. H. Capen Am. R. R., 1923, pp. 161-209
    B-52-1 The Wetting of Glasses by Mercury Earle E. Schumacher Am. Chem. Soc., Oct., 1923, pp. 2255-2261
    B-53-1 Potential Distribution between Parallel Plane Electrodes Thornton C. Fry Phys. Rev., Nov., 1923, pp. 445-446
    B-54-1 Some Applications of Statistical Methods W. A. Shewhart Bell System, Jan., 1924, pp. 43-87
    B-55-1 Some Contemporary Advances in Physics(Continued, Part II-Atomic Structure) Karl K. Darrow Bell System, Jan., 1924, pp. 158-178
    B-56-1 A Clock-Controlled Tuning Fork J. G. Ferguson Bell System, Jan., 1924, pp. 145-157
    B-57-1 Photomicrography and Technical Microscopy Francis F. Lucas Bell System, Jan., 1924, pp. 100-145
    B-58-1 Auditory Masking and Dynamics of the Inner Ear R. L. Wegel
C. E. Lane
Phys. Rev., Feb., 1924, pp. 266-285
    B-59-1 Permeameter G. A. Kelsall Optical Soc., Feb., 1924, pp. 329-338
    B-60-1 A Primary Standard of Light, Following the Proposal of Waidner and Burgess Herbert E. Ives Franklin Inst., Feb., 1924, pp. 147-182, and March, 1924, pp. 359-400
    B-61-1 Physical Criterion for Determining Musical Pitch Harvey Fletcher Phys. Rev., March, 1924, pp. 427-437
    B-62-1 A Generalization of the Reciprocal Theorem(Formerly C-12-1) John R. Carson Bell System, July, 1924, pp. 393-399
    B-63-1 A Note on the Thermodynamics of Thermionic Emission C. Davisson Phil. Mag., March, 1924, pp. 544-549
    B-64-1 The Rate of Oxidation of Certain Charcoals H. H. Lowry
S. O. Morgan
Am. Chem. Soc., April, 1924, pp. 846-852
    B-65-1 The Hydrogen Content of Certain Charcoals H. H. Lowry Am. Chem. Soc., April, 1924, pp. 824-846
    B-66-1 Photomicrographic Evidence of the Crystal Structure of Pure Cerium Earle E. Schumacher
Francis F. Lucas
Am. Chem. Soc., May, 1924, pp. 1167-1169
    B-67-1 Photoelectric Effect and Temperature in Potassium Photoelectric Cells Herbert E. Ives Optical Soc., April, 1924, pp. 551-580
    B-68-1 A Dynamical Study of the Vowel Sounds I. B. Crandall
C. F. Sacia
Bell System, April, 1924, pp. 232-237
    B-69-1 Design Characteristics of Electromagnets for Telephone Relays D. D. Miller Bell System, April, 1924, pp. 206-231
    B-70-1 High Frequency Amplifiers H. T. Friis
A. G. Jensen
Bell System, April, 1924, pp. 181-205
    B-71-1 Humidity Recorders E. B. Wheeler Bell System, April, 1924, pp. 238-258
    B-72-1 Some Contemporary Advances in Physics (Continued, Part III-Closing the Spectrum Gap between the Ultra-Violet and the X-Rays) Karl K. Darrow Bell System, April, 1924, pp. 268-298
  May 1924 B-73-1 Making the Most of the Line Frank B. Jewett Electrical Communication, July, 1924, pp. 8-21
    B-74-1 Telephone Transformers W. L. Casper A. I. E. E., Jour., March, 1924, pp. 197-209
    B-75-1 Frequency Measurement in Electrical Communication J. W. Horton
N. H. Ricker
W. A. Morrison
A. I. E. E. Trans., 1923, pp. 730-741
    B-76-1 Furnace Permeameter G. A. Kelsall Optical Soc., May, 1924, pp. 669-674
    B-77-1 The Relation between Thermal Emissive Power and Electrical Resistivity C. Davisson
J. R. Weeks, Jr.
Optical Soc., May, 1924, pp. 581-605
    B-78-1 Carrier Telephony on Power Lines N. H. Slaughter
W. V. Wolfe
A. I. E. E., Jour., April, 1924, pp. 377-381
    B-79-1 Audiometric Measurements and their Uses Harvey Fletcher Transactions of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, 1923, pp. 489-501
    B-80-1 Ferromagnetism L. W. McKeehan Franklin Inst., May, 1924, pp. 583-601, and June, 1924, pp. 757-783
    B-81-1 An Intermittent Immersion Test for Zinc Plated Iron F. F. Farnsworth
C. D. Hocker
Electrochem. Soc., April, 1924, pp. 281-293
    B-82-1 High-Quality Transmission and Reproduction of Speech and Music W. H. Martin
H. Fletcher
A. I. E. E., Jour., March, 1924, pp. 230-238
    B-83-1 Radio Telephone Signaling Low-Frequency System C. S. Demarest
M. L. Almquist
L. M. Clement
A. I. E. E., Jour., March, 1924, pp. 210-218
    B-84-1 Magnetic Measurements on Materials of High Initial Permeability P. P. Cioffi Optical Soc., July, 1924, pp. 53-60
    B-85-1 Crack Development in Glass under Electrical Stress Earle E. Schumacher Am. Chem. Soc., Aug., 1924, pp. 1772-1777
    B-86-1 An Electrical Frequency Analyzer R. L. Wegel
C. R. Moore
Bell System, April, 1924, pp. 299-323
    B-87-1 Some Contemporary Advances in Physics (Continued, Part IV-Closing the Spectrum Gap between the Infra-Red and the Hertzian Regions; Isotopes and Atomic Numbers) Karl K. Darrow Bell System, July, 1924, pp. 468-494
    B-88-1 Vacuum Tube Oscillators J. W. Horton Bell System, July, 1924, pp. 508-524
    B-89-1 Reflection of X-Rays on Powder Photographs Richard M. Bozorth Optical Soc., Aug., 1924, pp. 123-127
    B-90-1 Grain Growth in Lead Containing 1% Antimony R. S. Dean
W. E. Hudson
Am. Chem. Soc., Aug., 1924, pp. 1778-1786
    B-91-1 Loudness of a Complex Sound H. Fletcher
J. C. Steinberg
Phys. Rev., Sept., 1924, pp. 306-317
  Sep 1924 B-92-1 Wave-Form Examination with the Cathode Ray Oscillograph N. V. Kipping Electrical Communication, July, 1924, pp. 69-75
    B-93-1 The Transmission Unit R. V. L. Hartley Electrical Communication, July, 1924, pp. 34-42
    B-94-1 Physical Properties of Speech, Music, and Noise Harvey Fletcher Presented, Joint Meeting, New York Electrical Soc. and New York Telephone Soc., New York City, Feb., 1924
    B-95-1 Transmitting Equipment for Radio Telephone Broadcasting Edward L. Nelson I. R. E., Oct., 1924, pp. 553-577
    B-96-1 Minimal Length Arc Characteristics Herbert E. Ives Franklin Inst., Oct., 1924, pp. 437-473
    B-97-1 Photomechanical Wave-Analyzer Applied to Inharmonic Analysis C. F. Sacia Optical Soc., Oct., 1924, pp. 487-494
    B-98-1 Demagnetization and Hysteresis Loops L. W. McKeehan
P. P. Cioffi
Optical Soc., Oct., 1924, pp.. 479-485
    B-99-1 Vapor Pressures of Tartrates H. H. Lowry
S. O. Morgan
Am. Chem. Soc., Oct., 1924, pp. 2192-2196
    B-100-1 The Barkhausen Effect E. P. T. Tyndall Phys. Rev., Oct., 1924, 439-451
    B-101-1 Some Contemporary Advances in Physics (Continued, Part V-Electricity in Solids) Karl K. Darrow Bell System, Oct., 1924, pp. 621-650
  Jan 1925 B-102-1 Building-Up of Sinusoidal Currents in Long Periodically Loaded Lines John R. Carson Bell System, Oct., 1924, pp. 558-566
    B-103-1 Transmission Characteristics of Electric Wave-Filters Otto J. Zobel Bell System, Oct., 1924, pp. 567-620
    B-104-1 ‘The Stethophone’ An Electrical Stethoscope H. A. Frederick
H. F. Dodge
Bell System, Oct., 1924, pp. 531-549
  Jan 1925 B-105-1 The Stethophone H. F. Dodge Electrical Communication, Oct., 1924, pp. 106-113
  Jan 1925 B-106-1 Supervisory Systems for Remote Control J. C. Field Electrical Communication, Oct., 1924, pp. 134-144
  Jan 1925 B-107-1 Carrier Telephone Equipment for High-Voltage Power Transmission Lines N. H. Slaughter Electrical Communication, Oct., 1924, pp. 127-133
  Jan 1925 B-108-1 A Telephone Transmission Reference System L. J. Sivian Electrical Communication, Oct., 1924, pp. 114-126
  Jan 1925 B-109-1 The Micro-Structure of Austenite and Martensite Francis F. Lucas Steel Treating, Dec., 1924, pp. 669-686
    B-110-1 Thermionic Work Function of Oxide-Coated Platinum C. Davisson L.H. Germer Phys. Rev., Dec., 1924, pp. 666-682
    B-111-1 Normal and Selective Photo-Electric Effects in Alkali Metals and Alloys Herbert E. Ives
A. L. Johnsrud
Astrophys., Nov., 1924, pp. 231-242
    B-112-1 Photo-Electric Properties of Thin Films of Alkali Metals Herbert E. Ives Astrophys., Nov., 1924, pp. 209,230
    B-113-1 The Theory of the Schroteffekt Thornton C. Fry Franklin Inst., Feb., 1925, pp. 203-220
  Mar 1925 B-114-1 Tension Tests of Thin Gage Metals and Light Alloys Harvey A. Anderson Testing Materials, 1924, Part II, pp. 990-1003
    B-115-1 Some Contemporary Advances in Physics (Continued, Part VI-Electricity in Gases) Karl K. Darrow Bell System, Jan., 1925, pp. 112-151
  Mar 1925 B-116-1 Carrier Telephony on High-Voltage Power Lines W. V. Wolfe Bell System, Jan., 1925, pp. 152-177
    B-117-1 Mutual Inductance in Wave Filters with an Introduction on Filter Design K. S. Johnson
T. E. Shea
Bell System, Jan., 1925, pp. 52-111
*   B-118-1 Limitation of the Gain of Two-Way Telephone Repeaters by Impedance Irregularities George Crisson Bell System, Jan., 1925, pp. 15-25
    B-119-1 Practises in Telephone Transmission Maintenance Work W. H. Harden Bell System, Jan., 1925, pp. 26-51
  Apr 1925 B-120-1 Telephone Circuits Used as an Adjunct to Radio Broadcasting H. S. Foland
A. F. Rose
Electrical Communication, Jan., 1925, pp. 194202
    B-121-1 Some Contemporary Advances in Physics (Continued, Part VII-Waves and Quanta) Karl K. Darrow Bell System, April, 1925, pp. 280-326
  Apr 1929 B-122-1 Transmission of Pictures over Telephone Lines H. E. Ives
J. W. Horton
R. D. Parker
A. B. Clark
Bell System, April, 1925, pp. 187-214
  May 1925 B-123-1 Propagation of Electric Waves over the Earth H. W. Nichols
J. C. Schelleng
Bell System, April, 1925, pp. 215-234
    B-124-1 Selective Circuits and Static Interference John R. Carson Bell System, April, 1925, pp. 265-279
    B-125-1 Open Tank Creosoting Plants for Treating Chestnut Poles T. C. Smith Bell System, April, 1925, pp. 235-264
  May 1925 B-126-1 Wave Propagation over Parallel Tubular Conductors Sallie Pero Mead Bell System, April, 1925, pp. 327-338
    B-127-1 A Null-Reading Astatic Magnetometer Richard M. Bozorth A Optical Soc., May, 1925, pp. 591-598
  Jun 1925 B-128-1 Suspension for Supporting Delicate Instruments A. L. Johnsrud Optical Soc., May, 1925, pp. 609-611
  Jun 1925 B-129-1 Transmission Maintenance Practices Wm. H. Capen Communication, April, 1925, pp. 246-266
* Jul 1925 B-130-1 Power Amplifiers in Trans-Atlantic Radio Telephony A. A. Oswald
J. C. Schelleng
I. R. E., June, 1925, pp. 313-361
* Jul 1925 B-131-1 Production of Single Sideband for Trans-Atlantic Radio Telephony R. A. Heising I. R. E., June, 1925, pp. 291-312
    B-132-1 The Distribution of Initial Velocities among Thermionic Electrons L. H. Germer Phys. Rev., June, 1925, pp. 795-807
  Jul 1925 B-133-1 Frequency Characteristics of Heart and Lung Sounds R. C. Cabot, M.D.
H. F. Dodge
Journal of the American Medical Association, June, 1925, pp. 1793-1795
    B-134-1 Telephone Circuit Unbalances L. P. Ferris
R. G. McCurdy
A. I. E. E., Trans., 1924, pp. 1331-1343
    B-135.1 Polarized Telegraph Relays J. R. Fry
L. A. Gardner
A. I. E. E., Jour., March, 1925, pp. 223-228
*   B-136-1 Metallic Polar-Duplex Telegraph System for Cables John H. Bell
R. B. Shanck
D. E. Branson
A. I. E. E., Trans., 1925, pp. 316-325
* Jul 1925 B-137-1 Voice-Frequency Carrier Telegraph System for Cables B. P. Hamilton
H. Nyquist
M. B. Long
W. A. Phelps
A. I. E. E., Jour., March, 1925, pp. 213-218
  Aug 1925 B-138-1 The Schottky Effect in Low Frequency Circuits J. B. Johnson Phys. Rev., July, 1925, pp. 71-85
    B-139-1 Potentiometer Arrangement for Measuring Microvoltages at Radio Frequencies Axel G. Jensen Phys. Rev., July, 1925, pp. 118-120
  Aug 1925 B-140-1 Automobile-Noise Measurement H. Clyde Snook Journal of the Society of Automotive Engineers, July, 1925, pp. 115-124
    B-141-1 Receiver Characteristics at Low Power Inputs A. S. Curtis Bell System, July, 1925, pp. 402-406
  Aug 1925 B-142-1 Useful Numerical Constants of Speech and Hearing Harvey Fletcher Bell System, July, 1925, pp. 375-386
  Aug 1925 B-143-1 Impedance of Networks Containing Resistances and Two Reactances Charles W. Carter, Jr. Bell System, July, 1925, pp. 387-401
    B-144-1 Some Contemporary Advances in Physics (Continued, Part VIII-The Atom-Model) Karl K. Darrow Bell System, July, 1925, pp. 407-458
    B-145-1 Complex Magnetization Eugene Peterson Phys. Rev., March, 1926, pp. 318-328
* Aug 1925 B-146-1 Transatlantic Radio Telephone Transmission Lloyd Espenschied
C. N. Anderson
Austin Bailey
Bell System, July, 1925, pp. 459-507
* Aug 1925 B-147-1 The Loaded Submarine Telegraph Cable Oliver E. Buckley Bell System, July, 1925, pp. 355-374
    B-148-1 Effect of Tension upon Magnetization and Magnetic Hysteresis in Permalloy O. E. Buckley
L. W. McKeehan
Phys. Rev., Aug., 1925, pp. 261-273
    B-149-1 A Contribution to the Theory of Ferromagnetism L. W. McKeehan Phys. Rev., Aug., 1925, pp. 274-279
    B-150-1 Effect of Transverse Joints on the Magnetic Induction in Nickel L. W. McKeehan Optical Soc., Aug., 1925, pp. 169-170
  Sep 1925 B-151-1 Short-Wave Transmitters and Receivers S. E. Anderson
L. M. Clement
G. C. De Coutouly
I. R. E., Aug., 1925, pp. 413-436
  Sep 1925 B-152-1 New Methods and Apparatus for Testing the Acuity of Hearing Harvey Fletcher The Laryngoscope, July, 1925, pp. 501-524
* Sep 1925 B-153-1 Commercial Loading of Telephone Cable William Fondiller Electrical Communication, July, 1925, pp. 24-39
    B-154-1 Orientations of Crystals in Electrodeposited Metals Richard M. Bozorth Phys. Rev., Sept., 1925, pp. 390-400
    B-155-1 Binaural Beats C. E. Lane Phys. Rev., Sept., 1925, pp. 401-412
  Oct 1925 B-156-1 Wire Telephone Communication in Theory and Practice Wm. H. Capen Am. R. R., 1925, pp. 434-474
    B-157-1 The Adsorption of Gases by Graphitic Carbon H. H. Lowry
S. O. Morgan
Phys. Chem., Sept., 1925, pp. 1105-1115
    B-158-1 The Loudness of a Sound and its Physical Stimulus J. C. Steinberg Phys. Rev., Oct., 1925, pp. 507-523
    B-159-1 Some Contemporary Advances in Physics (Continued, Part IX-The Atom-Model) Karl K. Darrow Bell System, Oct., 1925, pp. 642-684
  Nov 1925 B-160-1 General Engineering Problems of the Bell System H. P. Charlesworth Bell System, Oct., 1925, pp. 515-541
    B-161-1 Engineering Planning for Manufacture G. A. Pennock Bell System, Oct., 1925, pp. 542-560
  Nov 1925 B-162-1 The Sounds of Speech Irving B. Crandall Bell System, Oct., 1925, pp. 586-626
    B-163-1 Speech Power and Energy C. F. Sacia Bell System, Oct., 1925, pp. 627-641
  Nov 1925 B-164-1 Irregularities in Loaded Telephone Circuits George Crisson Bell System, Oct., 1925, pp. 561-585
  Nov 1925 B-165-1 Echo Suppressors for Long Telephone Circuits A. B. Clark R. C. Mathes A. I. E. E., Jour., June, 1925, pp. 618-626
  Jan 1926 B-166-1 Some Studies in Radio Broadcast Transmission Ralph Bown DeLoss
K. Martin
Ralph K. Potter
Bell System, Jan., 1926, pp. 143-213
  Jan 1926 B-167-1 Influence of Temperature on Photoelectric Effect of the Alkali Metals Herbert E. Ives
A. L. Johnsrud
Optical Soc., Dec., 1925, pp. 565-579
    B-168-1 A New Directional Receiving System H. T. Friis I. R. E., Dec., 1925, pp. 685-707
  Jan 1926 B-169-1 Induction from Street Lighting Circuits R. G. McCurdy A. I. E. E., Jour., Oct., 1925, pp. 1088-1094
  Aug 1926 B-170 (Formerly C-1-1)
Thermionic Vacuum Tubes
Robert W. King Bell System, Oct., 1923, pp. 31-100
    B-171 (Formerly C-2-1)
Mutual Impedance of Grounded Circuits
G. A. Campbell Bell System, Oct., 1923, pp. 1-30
    B-172 (Formerly C-4-1)
Relays in the Bell System
S. P. Shackleton
H. W. Purcell
Bell System, Jan., 1924, pp. 1-42
*   B-173 (Formerly C-5-1)
Certain Factors Affecting Telegraph Speed
H. Nyquist Bell System, April, 1924, pp. 324-346
    B-174 (Formerly C-6-1)
A Reactance Theorem
Ronald M. Foster Bell System, April, 1924, pp. 259-267
    B-175 (Formerly C-7-1)
Methods for Maintaining Transmission Efficiency of Telephone Circuits
F. H. Best A. I. E. E., Jour., Feb., 1924, pp. 136-144
    B-176 (Formerly C-8-1)
Distribution of Radio Waves over City Districts
Ralph Bown
G. D. Gillett
I. R. E., Aug., 1924, pp. 395-409
*   B-177 (Formerly C-9-1)
Some Very Long Telephone Circuits of the Bell System
H. H. Nance Bell System, July, 1924, pp. 495-507
    B-178 (Formerly C-10-1)
Practical Application of the Recently Adopted Transmission Unit)
C. W. Smith Bell System, July, 1924, pp. 409-413
    B-179 (Formerly C-11-1)
Electrical Tests in the Maintenance of Telephone Transmission
W. H. Harden Bell System, July, 1924, pp. 353-392
    B-180 (Formerly C-13-1)
The Transmission Unit and Telephone Transmission Reference Systems
W. H. Martin A. I. E. E., Jour., June, 1924, pp. 504-507
    B-181 Application of Statistics in Maintaining of a Manufactured Product Quality W. A. Shewhart Am. Statist. Assn., Dec., 1925, pp. 546-548
    B-182 Positive Rays in Thermionic Vacuum Tubes Containing Alkali-Metal Vapors Herbert E. Ives Franklin Inst., Jan., 1926, pp. 47-69
    B-183 Electrical and Photo-Electric Properties of Thin Films of Rubidium on Glass A. L. Johnsrud
Herbert E. Ives
Astrophys., Dec., 1925, pp. 309-319
    B-184 Some Contemporary Advances in Physics (Continued, Part X-The Atom-Model) Karl K. Darrow Bell System, Jan., 1926, pp. 96-142
    B-185 Theory of the Operation of the Howling Telephone Harvey Fletcher Bell System, Jan., 1926, pp. 27-49
  Feb 1926 B-186 Correction of Data for Errors of Measurement W. A. Shewhart Bell System, Jan., 1926, pp. 11-26
  Mar 1926 B-187 High-Power Metallography Francis F. Lucas Franklin Inst., Feb., 1926, pp. 177-216
    B-188 The Luminous Properties of the Black Body Herbert E. Ives Optical Soc., Feb., 1926, pp. 75-78
    B-189 Melting Points of Barium, Strontium and Calcium Oxides Earle E. Schumacher Am. Chem. Soc., Feb., 1926, pp. 396-405
  Apr 1926 B-190 Some Photographic Problems in the Transmission of Pictures by Electricity Herbert E. Ives Optical Soc., March, 1926, pp. 173-194
    B-191 Power Distribution and Telephone Circuits H. M. Trueblood
D. I. Cone
A. I. E. E., Trans., 1925, pp. 1052-1061
    B-192 A Static Recorder H. T. Friis Bell System, April, 1926, pp. 282-291
  May 1926 B-193 Correction of Data for Errors of Averages W. A. Shewhart Bell System, April, 1926, pp. 308-319
    B-194 Directive Diagrams of Antenna Arrays Ronald M. Foster Bell System, April, 1926, pp. 292-307
  May 1926 B-195 The Alkali Metal Photoelectric Cell Herbert E. Ives Bell System, April, 1926, pp. 320-335
*   B-196 Development and Application of Loading for Telephone Circuits Thomas Shaw
William Fondiller
Bell System, April, 1926, pp. 221-281
    B-197 A New Mechanical Test for Rubber Insulation C. L. Hippensteel Ind. & Eng. Chem., April, 1926, pp. 409-411
* Jun 1926 B-198 Cipher Printing Telegraph Systems G. S. Vernam A. I. E. E., Jour., Feb., 1926, pp. 109-115
    B-199 Portable Receiving Sets for Measuring Field Strengths Alex G. Jensen I. R. E., June, 1926, pp. 333-334
  Jul 1926 B-200 An Introduction to Ultra-Violet Metallography Francis F. Lucas Pamphlet No. 1576-E, issued with Mining and Metallurgy, June, 1926
    B-201 Magnetostriction in Permalloy L. W. McKeehan
P. P. Cioffi
Phys. Rev., July, 1926, pp. 146-157
    B-202 The Significance of Magnetostriction in Permalloy L. W. McKeehan Phys. Rev., July, 1926, pp. 158-166
    B-203 Some Contemporary Advances in Physics (Continued, Part XI-Ionization) Karl K. Darrow Bell System, July, 1926, pp. 463-492
  Aug 1926 B-204 High Quality Recording and Reproducing of Music and Speech J. P. Maxfield
H. C. Harrison
Bell System, July, 1926, pp. 493-523
*   B-205 Neutralization of Telegraph Crossfire R. B. Shanck Bell System, July, 1926, pp. 418-432
  Aug 1926 B-206 The Power of Fundamental Speech Sounds C. F. Sacia
C. J. Beck
Bell System, July, 1926, pp. 393-403
* Aug 1926 B-207 Extraneous Interference on Submarine Telegraph Cables J. J. Gilbert Bell System, July, 1926, pp. 404-417
  Aug 1926 B-208 Operation of Thermionic Vacuum Tube Circuits F. B. Llewellyn Bell System, July, 1926, pp. 433-462
    B-209 A Radio Field-Strength Measuring System H. T. Friis
E. Bruce
I. R. E., Aug., 1926, pp. 507-519
    B-210 Thermionic and Adsorption Characteristics of Caesium on Tungsten Joseph A. Becker Phys. Rev., Aug., 1926, pp. 341-361
  Aug 1926 B-211 Glossary of Terms Relating to X-Ray Metallography L. W. McKeehan Testing Materials, 1926, Part I, pp. 582-589
* Nov 1926 B-212 Loading for Telephone Cable Circuits D. W. Whitney Am. R. R., 1926, pp. 525-542
  Nov 1926 B-213 Some Measurements of Short Wave Transmission R. A. Heising
J. C. Schelleng
G. C. Southworth
I. R. E., Oct., 1926, pp. 613-647
    B-214 Photo-Electric Properties of Thin Films of Alkali Metal-II Herbert E. Ives Astrophys., Sept., 1926, pp. 128-135
    B-215 Rapid Evaluation of Baked Japan Finishes E. M. Honan
R. E. Waterman
Ind. & Eng. Chem., Oct., 1926, pp. 1066-1068
    B-216 Load Carrying Capacity of Amplifiers F. C. Willis
L. E. Melhuish
Bell System, Oct., 1926, pp. 573-592
    B-217 Electrode Effects in Measurement of Insulating Materials E. T. Hoch Bell System, Oct., 1926, pp. 555-572c
    B-218 Radio Signaling System for the New York Police Department S. E. Anderson Bell System, Oct., 1926, pp. 529-538
  Nov 1926 B-219 Wave Propagation in Overhead Wires with Ground Return John R. Carson Bell System, Oct., 1926, pp. 539-554
    B-220 Applications of Poisson’s Probability Summation Frances Thorndike Bell System, Oct., 1926, pp. 604-624
    B-221 Line Current Regulation in Bridge Polar Duplex Telegraph Circuits S. D. Wilburn Bell System, Oct., 1926, pp. 625-635
* Nov 1926 B-222 Carrier Current Communication on Submarine Cables H. W. Hitchcock A. I. E. E., Jour., Oct., 1926, pp. 923-929 Bell System, Oct., 1926, pp. 636-651
  Nov 1926 B-223 Quality Control Charts W. A. Shewhart Bell System, Oct., 1926, pp. 593-603
  Dec 1926 B-224 Tone Reproduction in the ‘Halftone’ Photo-Engraving Process Herbert E. Ives Optical Soc., Nov., 1926, pp. 537-552
    B-225 Magnetostriction L. W. McKeehan Franklin Inst., Dec., 1926, pp. 737-773
    B-226 Thermionic Properties of the Rare-Earth Elements Earle E. Schumacher
James E. Harris
Am. Chem. Soc., Dec., 1926, pp. 3108-3114
*   B-227 Submarine Insulation with Special Reference to the Use of Rubber R. R. Williams
A. R. Kemp
Franklin Inst., Jan., 1927, pp. 35-61
*   B-228 The Mechanism of the Absorption of Water by Rubber H. H. Lowry
G. T. Kohman
Phys. Chem., Jan., 1927, pp. 23-57
  Feb 1927 B-229 Analysis of Heart Sounds H. B. Williams, M.D.
H. F. Dodge
Archives of Internal Medicine, Dec., 1926, pp. 685-693
  Mar 1927 B-230 Radio Broadcast Coverage of City Areas Lloyd Espenschied Bell System, Jan., 1927, pp. 117-141
    B-231 Some Contemporary Advances in Physics (Continued, Part XII-Radioactivity) Karl K. Darrow Bell System, Jan., 1927, pp. 55-99
  Mar 1927 B-232 A Shielded Bridge for Inductive Impedance Measurements W. J. Shackelton Bell System, Jan., 1927, pp. 142-171
    B-233 Dynamical Study of the Vowel Sounds-II Irving B. Crandall Bell System, Jan., 1927, pp. 100-116
    B-234 Electromagnetic Theory and the Foundations of Electric Circuit Theory John R. Carson Bell System, Jan., 1927, pp. 1-17
    B-235 Toll Switchboard No. 3 J. Davidson Bell System, Jan., 1927, pp. 18-26
    B-236 The Location of Opens in Toll Telephone Cables P. G. Edwards
H. W. Herrington
Bell System, Jan., 1927, pp. 27-54
    B-237 The Crystal Structure of Magnesium Platino-cyanide Heptahydrate Richard M. Bozorth
F. E. Haworth
Phys. Rev., Feb., 1927, pp. 223-230
    B-238 Photoelectric Emission as a Function of Composition in Sodium-Potassium Alloys Herbert E. Ives
G. R. Stilwell
Phys. Rev., Feb., 1927, pp. 252-261
    B-239 Effect of Moisture on Electrical Properties of Insulating Waxes, Resins, and Bitumens James A. Lee
Homer H. Lowry
Ind. & Eng. Chem., Feb., 1927, pp. 302-306
    B-240 The Solidus Line in the Lead-Antimony System Earle E. Schumacher
Foster C. Nix
Pamphlet No. 1636-E, issued with Mining and Metallurgy, Feb., 1927
  Mar 1927 B-241 Microtome Methods for Preparation of Soft Metals for Microscopic Examination Francis F. Lucas Pamphlet No. 1654-E, issued with Mining and Metallurgy, Feb., 1927
  Mar 1927 B-242 Impact Testing of Insulating Materials W. W. Werring Testing Materials, 1926, Part II, pp. 634-650
    B-243 The Significance of the Dielectric Constant of a Mixture Homer H. Lowry Franklin Inst., March, 1927, pp. 413-439
* Apr 1927 B-244 Transmission Features of Transcontinental Telephony H. H. Nance
O. B. Jacobs
A. I. E. E., Jour., Nov., 1926, pp. 1061-1069
    B-245 A Direct Comparison of the Loudness of Pure Tones B. A. Kingsbury Phys. Rev., April, 1927, pp. 588-600
*   B-246 Hydrocarbon in Raw Rubber, Gutta-Percha, and Related Substances A. R. Kemp Ind. & Eng. Chem., April, 1927, pp. 531-533
    B-247 Structure of a Protective Coating of Iron Oxides Richard M. Bozorth Am. Chem. Soc., April, 1927, pp. 969-976
  May 1927 B-248 Controlling Insulation Difficulties in Vicinity of Great Salt Lake B. F. Howard A. I. E. E., Jour., Dec., 1926, pp. 1268-1272
  May 1927 B-249 Common Frequency Broadcasting De Loss K. Martin
Glenn D. Gillett
Isabel S. Bemis
I. R. E., March, 1927, pp. 213-223
    B-250 Power Losses in Commercial Glasses William C. Decker Electrical World, March 19, 1927, pp. 601-603
    B-251 Some Contemporary Advances in Physics (Continued, Part XIII-Ferromagnetism) Karl K. Darrow Bell System, April, 1927, pp. 295-366
* May 1927 B-252 Developments in the Manufacture of Copper Wire John R. Shea
Samuel McMullan
A. I. E. E., Jour., April, 1927, pp. 346-355 Bell System, April, 1927, pp. 187-216
  May 1927 B-253 An Analyzer for the Voice Frequency Range C. R. Moore
A. S. Curtis
Bell System, April, 1927, pp. 217-229
  May 1927 B-254 Analyzer for Complex Electric Waves A. G. Landeen Bell System, April, 1927, pp. 230-247
*   B-255 Trans-Atlantic Radio Telephony Ralph Bown Bell System, April, 1927, pp. 248-257
    B-256 Regular Combination of Acoustic Elements W. P. Mason Bell System, April, 1927, pp. 258-294
  Jun 1927 B-257 Microstructure of Fatigue Failure in Armco Iron Francis F. Lucas Steel Treating, April, 1927, pp. 531-540
*   B-258 Measurement of Telegraph Transmission H. Nyquist
R. B. Shanck
S. I. Cory
A. I. E. E., Jour., March, 1927, pp. 231-240
    B-259 Frequency Measurements with the Cathode Ray Oscillograph Frederick J. Rasmussen A. I. E. E., Jour., Jan., 1927, pp. 3-12
    B-260 The Solid Solubility of Antimony in Lead Earle E. Schumacher
George M. Bouton
Am. Chem. Soc., July, 1927, pp. 1667-1675
    B-261 Measurement of Inductance by the Shielded Owen Bridge J. G. Ferguson Bell System, July, 1927, pp. 375-386
  Sep 1927 B-262 Propagation of Periodic Currents over a System of Parallel Wires John R. Carson
Ray S. Hoyt
Bell System, July, 1927, pp. 495-545
  Sep 1927 B-263 Application of the Theory of Probability to Telephone Trunking Problems Edward C. Molina Bell System, July, 1927, pp. 461-494
* Sep 1927 B-264 Determination of Electrical Characteristics of Loaded Telegraph Cables J. J. Gilbert Bell System, July, 1927, pp. 387-401
* Sep 1927 B-265 The Application of Vacuum Tube Amplifiers to Submarine Telegraph Cables Austen M. Curtis Bell System, July, 1927, pp. 425-441
* Sep 1927 B-266 Automatic Printing Equipment for Long Loaded Submarine Telegraph Cables A. A. Clokey Bell System, July, 1927, pp. 402-424
    B-267 Modulation in Vacuum Tubes used as Amplifiers Eugene Peterson
Herbert P. Evans
Bell System, July, 1927, pp. 442-460
    B-268 A Photoelectric Process of Halftone Negative Making Herbert E. Ives Optical Soc., Aug., 1927, pp. 96-109
    B-269 Physical Properties and Methods of Test for Sheet Brass H. N. Van Deusen
L. I. Shaw
C. H. Davis
Testing Materials, 1927, Part II, pp. 173-209
    B-270 Twinning in Ferrite L. W. McKeehan Technical Publication No. 29, issued with Mining and Metallurgy, Sept., 1927
    B-271 Atomic Grouping in Permalloy L. W. McKeehan Franklin Inst., Oct., 1927, pp. 501-524
  Nov 1927 B-272 Plane Waves of Light-I Thornton C. Fry Optical Soc., Sept., 1927, pp. 137-161
    B-273 Some Contemporary Advances in Physics (Continued, Part XIV-Introduction to Wave-Mechanics) Karl K. Darrow Bell System, Oct., 1927, pp. 653-701
    B-274 Symposium on Television See note for content and authors Bell System, Oct., 1927, pp. 551-652
*   B-275 The New York London Telephone Circuit S. B. Wright
H. C. Silent
Bell System, Oct., 1927, pp. 736-749
    B-276 Power Plants for Telephone Offices R. L. Young Bell System, Oct., 1927, pp. 702-721
    B-277 Quality Control W. A. Shewhart Bell System, Oct., 1927, pp. 722-735
    B-278 The Short Wave Limit of Vacuum Tube Oscillators C. R. England I. R. E., Nov., 1927, pp. 914-927
    B-279 The Adsorption of Gases by Solids-I H. H. Lowry
P. S. Olmstead
Phys. Chem., Nov., 1927, pp. 1601-1626
    B-280 Densities of Liquid and Gaseous Carbon Dioxide H. H. Lowry
W. R. Erickson
Am. Chem. Soc., Nov., 1927, pp. 2729-2734
    B-281 Diffraction of Electrons by a Crystal of Nickel C. J. Davisson
L. H. Germer
Phys. Rev., Dec., 1927, pp. 705-740
    B-282 Thickness of Photoelectrically Active Rubidium Films Herbert E. Ives
A. L. Johnsrud
Optical Soc., Dec., 1927, pp. 374-381
    B-283 The Ionized Regions of the Atmosphere R. A. Heising I. R. E., Jan., 1928, pp. 75-99
  Feb 1928 B-284 Advance Planning of the Telephone Toll Plant J. N. Chamberlin A. I. E. E., Jour., Oct., 1927, pp. 994-1001
    B-285 Fatigue Studies of Telephone Cable Sheath Alloys John R. Townsend Testing Materials, 1927, Part II, pp. 153-166
  Feb 1928 B-286 Plane Waves of Light-II Thornton C. Fry Optical Soc., Jan., 1928, pp. 1-25
*   B-287 Brittleness Tests for Rubber and Gutta-Percha Compounds G. T. Kohman
R. L. Peek, Jr.
Ind. & Eng. Chem., Jan., 1928, pp. 81-83 India-Rubber Journal, Jan. 28, 1928, pp. 12-13
  Feb 1928 B-288 Measurement of Acoustic Impedance and Absorption Coefficient E. C. Wente
E. H. Bedell
Bell System, Jan., 1928, pp. 1-10
* Feb 1928 B-289 Rigorous and Approximate Theories of Electrical Transmission along Wires John R. Carson Bell System, Jan., 1928, pp. 11-25
    B-290 Some General Results of Elementary Sampling Theory for Engineering Use Paul P. Coggins Bell System, Jan., 1926, pp. 26-69
    B-291 The Diffraction of Electrons by a Crystal of Nickel C. J. Davisson Bell System, Jan., 1928, pp. 90-105
  Feb 1928 B-292 Grid Current Modulation Eugene Peterson
Clyde R. Keith
Bell System, Jan., 1928, pp. 106-139
    B-293 High Efficiency Receiver of Large Power Capacity E. C. Wente
A. L. Thuras
Bell System, Jan., 1928, pp. 140-153
*   B-294 Electrical Measurement of Communication Apparatus W. J. Shackelton
J. G. Ferguson
Bell System, Jan., 1928, pp. 70-89
  Mar 1928 B-295 Propagation Characteristics of Sound Tubes and Acoustic Filters W. P. Mason Phys. Rev., Feb., 1928, pp. 283-295
    B-296 Precision Determination of Frequency J. W. Horton
W. A. Marrison
I. R. E., Feb., 1928, pp. 137-154
    B-297 Economic Aspects of Engineering Applications of Statistical Methods W. A. Shewhart Franklin Inst., March, 1928, pp. 395-405
    B-298 Use of the Noble Metals for Electrical Contacts E. F. Kingsbury Technical Publication No. 95, issued with Mining and Metallurgy, March, 1928
  Apr 1928 B-299 Photomicrography and its Application to Mechanical Engineering Francis F. Lucas Mechanical Engineering, March, 1928, pp. 205-212
    B-300 On Electrical Fields Near Metallic Surfaces Joseph A. Becker
Donald W. Mueller
Phys. Rev., March, 1928, pp. 431-440
    B-301 Use of a Moving Beam of Light to Scan a Scene for Television F. Gray Optical Soc., March, 1928, pp. 177-190
    B-302 Rayleigh Disk Method for Measuring Sound Intensities L. J. Sivian Phil. Mag., March, 1928, pp. 615-620
*   B-303 Transatlantic Radio Transmission and Solar Activity Clifford N. Anderson I. R. E., March, 1928, pp. 297-347
    B-304 Direct Determination of Rubber in Soft Vulcanized Rubber A. R. Kemp
W. S. Bishop
T. J. Lackner
Ind. & Eng. Chem., April, 1928, pp. 427-429
    B-305 Measurement of Inter-Electrode Admittance in Vacuum Tubes E. T. Hoch I. R. E., April, 1928, pp. 487-493
    B-306 Reflection of Electrons by a Crystal of Nickel C. J. Davisson
L. H. Germer
Nat. Acad., April, 1928, pp. 317-322
* May 1928 B-307 Transatlantic Telephony-The Technical Problem O. B. Blackwell Bell System, April, 1928, pp. 168-186
*   B-308 Transatlantic Telephony-Service and Operating Features K. W. Waterson A. I. E. E., Jour., April, 1928, pp. 270-273 Bell System, April, 1928, pp. 187-194
  May 1928 B-309 Phase Distortion and Phase Distortion Correction Sallie Pero Mead Bell System, April, 1928, pp. 195-224
* May 1928 B-310 High-Speed Ocean Cable Telegraphy Oliver E. Buckley Bell System, April, 1928, pp. 225-267
* May 1928 B-311 Wire Transmission Theory John R. Carson Bell System, April, 1928, pp. 268-280
    B-312 Some Contemporary Advances in Physics (Continued, Part XV-Classical Theory of Light) Karl K. Darrow Bell System, April, 1928, pp. 281-320
  May 1928 B-313 Manufacturing Lead-Covered Telephone Cable C. D. Hart A. I. E. E., Trans., Jan., 1928, pp. 281-290
    B-314 Bridge for Measuring Small Time Intervals J. Herman Bell System, April, 1928, pp. 343-349
    B-315 A Method of Rating Manufactured Product H. F. Dodge Bell System, April, 1928, pp. 350-368
    B-316 Methods for the Measurement of Radio Field Strengths C. R. Englund
H. T. Friis
A. I. E. E., Trans., 1927, pp. 492-497
*   B-317 High-Frequency Measurements of Communication Lines H. A. Affel
J. T. O’Leary
A. I. E. E., Trans., 1927, pp. 504-513
    B-318 Methods of Measuring Insulation of Telephone Lines at High Frequencies E. I. Green A. I. E. E., Trans., 1927, pp. 514-519
  Jun 1928 B-319 Impedance of a Non-Linear Circuit Element Eugene Peterson A. I. E. E., Trans., 1927, pp. 528-534
  Jun 1928 B-320 The Empirical Analysis of Complex Electric Waves J. W. Horton A. I. E. E., Trans., 1927, pp. 535-540
    B-321 Sensitivity of a Low-Frequency Bridge Network for Locating Opens P. G. Edwards
H. W. Herrington
A. I. E. E., Trans., 1927, pp. 551-557
    B-322 Tandem System of Short-Haul Toll Calls F. C. Wheelock
E. Jacobsen
A. I. E. E., Trans., Jan., 1928, pp. 9-20
    B-323 Telephone Toll Plant in the Chicago Region Burke Smith
G. B. West
A. I. E. E., Jour., Jan., 1928, pp. 43-48
  Jun 1928 B-324 Direction of Propagation and Fading of Short Waves H. T. Friis I. R. E., May, 1928, pp. 658-665
    B-325 Differential Intensity Sensitivity of the Ear for Pure Tones R. R. Riesz Phys. Rev., May, 1928, pp. 867-875
    B-326 Are Electrons Waves? C. J. Davisson Franklin Inst., May, 1928, pp. 597-623
    B-327 Small Samples-New Experimental Results W. A. Shewhart
F. W. Winters
Am. Statist. Assn., June, 1928, pp. 144-153
    B-328 Compressed Powdered Permalloy I. G. Barber W. J. Shackelton A. I. E. E., Trans., April, 1928, pp. 429-436
    B-329 Technical Considerations Involved in Allocation of Short Waves Lloyd Espenschied I. R. E., June, 1928, pp. 773-777
  Jul 1928 B-330 Note on the Probability Associated with the Error of a Single Observation W. A. Shewhart Journal of Forestry, May, 1928, pp. 601-607
* Aug 1928 B-331 Certain Topics in Telegraph Transmission Theory H. Nyquist A. I. E. E., Trans., April, 1928, pp. 617-644
    B-332 Voltage-Current Relation in Central Cathode Photoelectric Cells Thornton C. Fry
Herbert E. Ives
Phys. Rev., July, 1928, pp. 44-56
    B-333 Distribution in Direction of Photoelectrons from Alkali Metal Surfaces Herbert E. Ives
A. R. Olpin
A. L. Johnsrud
Phys. Rev., July, 1928, pp. 57-80
    B-334 Thermal Agitation of Electricity in Conductors J. B. Johnson Phys. Rev., July, 1928, pp. 97-109
    B-335 Thermal Agitation of Electric Charge in Conductors H. Nyquist Phys. Rev., July, 1928, pp. 110-113
    B-336 Time-Lag in Magnetization Richard M. Bozorth Phys. Rev., July, 1928, pp. 124-132
    B-337 The Reduction of Atmospheric Disturbances John R. Carson I. R. E., July, 1928, pp. 966-975
    B-338 Thermostat Design for Frequency Standards W. A. Harrison I. R. E., July, 1928, pp. 976-980
    B-339 Precision Tool Making for the Manufacture of Telephone Apparatus F. P. Hutchison Bell System, July, 1928, pp. 375-403
  Aug 1928 B-340 The Natural Period of Linear Conductors C. R. Englund Bell System, July, 1928, pp. 404-419
    B-341 Measurement of Capacitance J. G. Ferguson
B. W. Bartlett
Bell System, July, 1928, pp. 420-437
  Aug 1928 B-342 Distortion Correction in Electrical Circuits Otto J. Zobel Bell System, July, 1928, pp. 438-534
* Aug 1928 B-343 Transmission of Information R. V. L. Hartley Bell System, July, 1928, pp. 535-563
* Aug 1928 B-344 Carrier Systems on Long Distance Telephone Lines H. A. Affel
C. S. Demarest
C. W. Green
Bell System, July, 1928, pp. 564-629
    B-345 Effect of Street Railway Mercury Arc Rectifiers on Communication Circuits Charles J. Daly A. I. E. E., Jour., July, 1928, pp. 503-506
    B-346 The Planning of Telephone Exchange Plants W. B. Stephenson A. I. E. E., Trans., July, 1928, pp. 809-817
    B-347 Reflection and Refraction of Electrons by a Crystal of Nickel C. J. Davisson
L. H. Germer
Nat. Acad., Aug., 1928, pp. 619-627
    B-348 Corrosion of Cable Sheath in Creosoted Wood Conduit R. M. Burns
B. A. Freed
A. I. E. E., Jour., Aug., 1928, pp. 576-579
  Oct 1928 B-349 The Aluminum Electrolytic Condenser H. O. Siegmund To be Published in Electrochem. Soc.
  Oct 1928 B-350 Magnetic Properties of Perminvar G. W. Elmen Franklin Inst., Sept., 1928, pp. 317-338
    B-351 Optical Experiments with Electrons-Part I L. H. Germer Journal of Chemical Education, Sept., 1928, pp. 1041-1055
  Nov 1928 B-352 Problems in Power-Line Carrier Telephony W. V. Wolfe
J. D. Sarros
A. I. E. E., Jour., Oct., 1928, pp. 727-731
    B-353 Practical Application of the Fourier Integral George A. Campbell Bell System, Oct., 1928, pp. 639-707
    B-354 Automatic Machine Gaging C. W. Robbins Bell System, Oct., 1928, pp. 708-729
    B-355 Some Contemporary Advances in Physics (Continued, Part XVI-Classical Theory of Light) Karl K. Darrow Bell System, Oct., 1928, pp. 730-761
    B-356 Harmonic Production in Ferromagnetic Materials Eugene Peterson Bell System, Oct., 1928, pp. 762-796
  Nov 1928 B-357 Airways Communication Service Edward B. Craft Bell System, Oct., 1928, pp. 797-807
    B-358 The Adsorption of Gases by Graphitic Carbon-II. H, H, Lowry
R. M. Bozorth
Phys. Chem., Oct., 1928, pp. 1524-1527
  Nov 1928 B-359 Carrier Telephone System for Short Toll Circuits H. S. Black
M. L. Almquist
L. M. Ilgenfritz
To be Published by A. I. E. E.
    B-360 Optical Experiments with Electrons-Part II L. H. Germer Journal of Chemical Education, Oct., 1928, pp. 1255-1271
    B-361 Determination of Ionization in the Upper Atmosphere J. C. Schelleng I. R. E., Nov., 1928, pp. 1471-1476
  Dec 1928 B-362 Significance of an Observed Range W. A. Shewhart Journal of Forestry, Nov., 1928, pp. 899-905
    B-363 Electrical Conduction in Textiles-I E. J. Murphy
A. C. Walker
Phys. Chem., Dec., 1928, pp. 1761-1786
    B-364 Dissociation of Molecules as Disclosed by Band-Spectra Karl K. Darrow Chemical Reviews, Dec., 1928, pp. 451-466
    B-365 Direct Scanning in Television Frank Gray
Herbert E. Ives
Optical Soc., Dec., 1928, pp. 428-434
  Jan 1929 B-366 Using Inspection Data to Control Quality H. F. Dodge Manufacturing Industries, Nov., 1928, pp. 517-519; Dec., 1928, pp. 613-615
*   B-367 Receiving System for Long-Wave Transatlantic Radio Telephony Austin Bailey
S. W. Dean
W. T. Wintringham
I. R. E., Dec., 1928, pp. 1645-1705
    B-368 Effect of Gases on the Resistance of Granular Carbon Contacts P. S. Olmstead Phys. Chem., Jan., 1929, pp. 69-80
    B-369 Lead-Tin-Cadmium as a Substitute for Lead-Tin Wiping Solder Earle E. Schumacher
Edward J. Basch
Ind. & Eng. Chem., Jan., 1929, pp. 16-19
    B-370 Utilization of Lodge Pole Pine Timber for Poles R. W. Lindsay A. I. E. E., Trans., Oct., 1928, pp. 1354-1359
  Feb 1929 B-371 The Principles of Electric Circuits Applied to Communication H. S. Osborne Bell System, Jan., 1929, pp. 3-20
    B-372 Some Contemporary Advances in Physics (Continued, Part XVII-The Scattering of Light With Change of Frequency) Karl K. Darrow Bell System, Jan., 1929, pp. 64-93
  Feb 1929 B-373 Ground Return Impedance John R. Carson Bell System, Jan., 1929, pp. 94-98
    B-374 Evaluation of the Binomial Summation by a Laplacian Method E. C. Molina Bell System, Jan., 1929, pp. 99-108
    B-375 New Method for Obtaining Transient Solutions of Electrical Networks W. P. Mason Bell System, Jan., 1929, pp. 109-134
    B-376 Acoustic Considerations in Steady State Loud Speaker Measurements L. G. Bostwick Bell System, Jan., 1929, pp. 135-158
  Feb 1929 B-377 Sound Pictures See note for content and authors Transactions of the Society of Motion Picture Engineers, Sept., 1928, pp. 633-643; 657-741 Bell System, Jan., 1929, pp. 159-208 (In part only)
    B-378 Electrical Conduction in Textiles-II E. J. Murphy Phys. Chem., Feb., 1929, pp. 200-215
    B-379 Absorption of Oxygen by Rubber G. T. Kohman Phys. Chem., Feb., 1929, pp. 226-243
    B-380 Diffusion of Water through Rubber Earle E. Schumacher
Lawrence Ferguson
Ind. & Eng. Chem., Feb., 1929, pp. 158-162
  Mar 1929 B-381 Weller Brittleness Test for Paper R. L. Peek, Jr.
J. M. Finch
Paper Trade Journal, Feb. 7, 1929, pp. 56-62
    B-382 A Precision Regulator for Alternating Voltage H. M. Stoller
J. R. Power
A. I. E. E., Jour., Feb., 1929, pp. 110-113
    B-383 Further Observations on the Microstructure of Martensite Francis F. Lucas Steel Treating, Feb., 1929, pp. 339-364
* Mar 1929 B-384 Some Long Distance Transmission Problems H. Mouradian Franklin Inst., Feb., 1929, pp. 165-192
  Mar 1929 B-385 Motion Pictures in Relief Herbert E. Ives Optical Soc., Feb., 1929, pp. 118-122
    B-386 Heat Treatment and Mechanical Properties of Certain Copper Alloys W. C. Ellis
Earle E. Schumacher
Technical Publication No. 188, issued with Mining and Metallurgy, March, 1929
    B-387 Electrons and Quanta C. J. Davisson Optical Soc., March, 1929, pp. 193-201
    B-388 Electrical Conduction in Textiles-III E. J. Murphy Phys. Chem., April, 1929, pp. 509-532
    B-389 Influence of Moisture and Electrolytic Material upon Textiles as Insulators R. R. Williams
E. J. Murphy
Bell System, April, 1929, pp. 225-242
    B-390 Purified Textile Insulation H. H. Glenn
E. B. Wood
Bell System, April, 1929, pp. 243-256
    B-391 Telephone Apparatus Springs J. R. Townsend Bell System, April, 1929, pp. 257-266
    B-392 Signal Distortion and Morse Transmission Quality J. Herman Bell System, April, 1929, pp. 267-285
  May 1929 B-393 A Braun Tube Hysteresigraph J. B. Johnson Bell System, April, 1929, pp. 286-308
  May 1929 B-394 Oscillographs for Recording Transient Phenomena W. A. Marrison Bell System, April, 1929, pp. 368-390
    B-395 Some Contemporary Advances in Physics (Continued, Part XVIII-Diffraction of Waves by Crystals) Karl K. Darrow Bell System, April, 1929, pp. 391-428
    B-396 Magnetic Alloys of Iron, Nickel and Cobalt G. W. Elmen Franklin Inst., May, 1929, pp. 583-617
    B-397 A Test for Polarization of Electron Waves by Reflection C. J. Davisson
L. H. Germer
Phys. Rev., May, 1929, pp. 760-772
    B-398 Solution to a Problem in Diffusion R. L. Peek, Jr. Annals of Mathematics, April, 1929, pp. 265-269
  Jun 1929 B-399 D. C. Amplifier for Measuring Small Currents J. M. Eglin Optical Soc., May, 1929, pp. 393-402
  Jul 1929 B-400 Reciprocal Theorems in Radio Communication John R. Carson I. R. E., June, 1929, pp. 952-956
  Aug 1929 B-401 Heaviside’s Expansion Theorem W. O. Pennell Bell System, July, 1929, pp. 482-492
    B-402 High Precision Standard of Frequency W. A. Marrison Bell System, July, 1929, pp. 493-514 I. R. E., July, 1929, pp. 1103-1122
    B-403 Modes of Vibration and Temperature Coefficients of Quartz Crystal Plates F. R. Lack Bell System, July, 1929, pp. 515-535 I. R. E., July, 1929, pp. 1123-1141
  Aug 1929 B-404 Master Reference System for Telephone Transmission W. H. Martin
C. H. G. Gray
Bell System, July, 1929, pp. 536-559
    B-405 Shielding in High-Frequency Measurements J. G. Ferguson Bell System, July, 1929, pp. 560-575
    B-406 Fatigue Studies of Non-Ferrous Sheet Metals John R. Townsend
Charles H. Greenall
Bell System, July, 1929, pp. 576-590
    B-407 Electron Diffraction and Gas Adsorption L. H. Germer Bell System, July, 1929, pp. 591-604
    B-408 Directional Observations of Atmospherics and Weather Phenomena S. W. Dean I. R. E., July, 1929, pp. 1185-1191
  Aug 1929 B-409 Directional Distribution of Static A. E. Harper I. R. E., July, 1929, pp. 1214-1224
    B-410 Photoelectric Long-Wave Limit of the Alkali Metals Herbert E. Ives
A. R. Olpin
Phys. Rev., July 1, 1929, pp. 117-128
    B-411 Magnetic Testing Furnace for Toroidal Cores G. A. Kelsall Optical Soc., July, 1929, pp. 47-49
    B-412 The Life History of Adsorbed Atoms and Ions Joseph A. Becker Electrochem. Soc., 1929, Vol. LV, pp. 153-173
    B-413 Electrical Resistance Method of Measuring Lead Corrosion R. M. Burns
W. E. Campbell
Electrochem. Soc., 1929, Vol. LV, pp. 271-285
    B-414 Dispersion Hardening in Copper-base and Silver-base Alloys J. L. Gregg Technical Publication No. 161, issued with Mining and Metallurgy, Jan., 1929
    B-415 Effect of Arsenic on Dispersion-hardenable Lead-antimony Alloys K. S. Seljesater Technical Publication No. 179, issued with Mining and Metallurgy, Feb., 1929
    B-416 A Metallographic Study of Tungsten Carbide Alloys J. L. Gregg
C. W. Küttner
Technical Publication No. 184, issued with Mining and Metallurgy, Feb., 1929
    B-417 Relation of Nitrogen to Blue Heat Phenomena in Iron R. S. Dean
R. 0. Day
J. L. Gregg
Technical Publication No. 193, issued with Mining and Metallurgy, March, 1929
    B-418 Telephone Transmission Networks T. E. Shea
C. E. Lane
A. I. E. E., Trans., 1929, pp. 1031-1044
    B-419 Telephone Circuits for Program Transmission F. A. Cowan A. I. E. E., Trans., 1929, pp. 1045-1049
    B-420 Developments in Telephone Construction Practises B. S. Wagner
A. C. Burroway
A. I. E. E., Trans., 1929, pp. 836-848
    B-421 The Use of Continued Fractions in the Design of Electrical Networks T. C. Fry Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, July-Aug., 1929, pp. 463-498
    B-422 Telephone Typewriters and Auxiliary Arrangements R. D. Parker Bell Quarterly, July, 1929, pp. 181-194
    B-423 Mutual Impedance Between Adjacent Antennas Carl R. Englund
Arthur B. Crawford
I. R. E., Aug., 1929, pp. 1277-1295
    B-424 Principles of Broadcast Frequency Allocation L. E. Whittemore I. R. E., Aug., 1929, pp. 1343-1353
    B-425 A Voltage Regulator for Gas Discharge X-ray Tubes F. E. Haworth Optical Soc., Aug., 1929, pp. 79-80
    B-426 Significance of Hydrogen Content of Charcoals H. H. Lowry Phys. Chem., Sept., 1929, pp. 1332-1342
*   B-427 Solar Disturbances and Transatlantic Radio Transmission Clifford N. Anderson I. R. E., Sept., 1929, pp. 1528-1535
    B-428 Barkhausen Effect in Iron, Nickel and Permalloy-1 Richard M. Bozorth Phys. Rev., Sept. 1, 1929, pp. 772-784
    B-429 Method for Determining Ballistic Demagnetization Factor Donald Foster Phil. Mag., Sept., 1929, pp. 304-313
    B-430 Deoxidation of Copper with Calcium Earle E. Schumacher
John F. Eckel
W. C. Ellis
Technical Publication No. 240, issued with Mining and Metallurgy, Sept., 1929
    B-431 A Method of Sampling Inspection H. F. Dodge
H. G. Romig
Bell System, Oct., 1929, pp. 613-631
    B-432 Frequency Distribution of the Unknown Mean of a Sampled Universe E. C. Molina
R. I. Wilkinson
Bell System, Oct., 1929, pp. 632-645
    B-433 Speech Power and Its Measurement L. J. Sivian Bell System, Oct., 1929, pp. 646-661
    B-434 Asymptotic Dipole Radiation Formulas W. Howard Wise Bell System, Oct., 1929, pp. 662-671
    B-435 Statistical Theories of Matter, Radiation and Electricity Karl K. Darrow Phys. Rev. Supplement, July, 1929, pp. 90-155
Bell System, Oct., 1929, pp. 672-748
    B-436 Articulation Testing Methods H. Fletcher
J. C. Steinberg
Bell System, Oct., 1929, pp. 806-854
    B-437 Differential Potentiometric Titration of Weak Acids in Dilute Solution Beverly L. Clarke
Leland A. Wooten
Phys. Chem., Oct., 1929, pp. 1468-1480
    B-438 Machine for Cutting Master Disc Records L. A. Elmer
D. G. Blattner
Transactions of the Society of Motion Picture Engineers, May 1929, pp. 227-246
    B-439 Electrical Wave Analyzers for Power and Telephone Systems R. G. McCurdy
P. W. Blye
A. I. E. E., Trans., 1929, pp. 1167-1175
    B-440 Phenomena in Oxide Coated Filaments Joseph A. Becker Phys. Rev., Nov. 15, 1929, pp. 1323-1351
    B-441 Electrical Engineering of Sound Picture Systems K. F. Morgan
T. E. Shea
To be Published in A. I. E. E., Trans.
    B-442 Effect of Small Quantities of Third Elements on Aging of Lead-antimony Alloys Earle E. Schumacher
G. M. Bouton
Lawrence Ferguson
Ind. & Eng. Chem., Nov., 1929, pp. 1042-1044
    B-443 Dial Telephone System Serving Small Communities of Southern California F. O. Wheelock To be Published in A. I. E. E., Trans.
    B-444 Asymptotic Solution of an Operational Equation John R. Carson Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, Oct., 1929, pp. 782-792
    B-445 Effects of Distortion on the Recognition of Speech Sounds John C. Steinberg Acoustical Soc., Oct., 1929, pp. 121-137
    B-446 Methods and Apparatus for Measuring the Noise Audiogram Rogers H. Galt Acoustical Soc., Oct., 1929, pp. 147-157
    B-447 Physical Properties and Methods of Test for some Sheet Non-ferrous Metals J. R. Townsend
W. A. Straw
C. H. Davis
To be Published by Testing Materials
    B-448 Television in Colors by a Beam Scanning Method Herbert E. Ives
A. L. Johnsrud
Optical Soc., Jan., 1930, pp. 11-22
    B-449 On the Nature of Active Carbon H. H. Lowry Phys. Chem., Jan., 1930, pp. 63-73
    B-450 Operation of Modulators from a Physical Viewpoint E. Peterson
F. B. Llewellyn
I. R. E., Jan., 1930, pp. 38-48
    B-451 Kerr Electrostatic Effect E, F. Kingsbury Sci. Instruments, Jan., 1930, pp. 22-32
    B-452 Estimation of the Volatile Wood Acids Corrosive to Lead Cable Sheath R. M. Burns
Beverly L. Clarke
Ind. & Eng. Chem. (Analytical Edition), Jan. 15, 1930, pp. 86-88
*   B-453 Telephone Communication System of the United States Bancroft Gherardi
F. B. Jewett
Bell System, Jan., 1930, pp. 1-100
    B-454 Structure and Nature of Troostite Francis F. Lucas Bell System, Jan., 1930, pp. 101-120
    B-463 Differential Equations as a Foundation for Electrical Circuit Theory Thornton C. Fry American Mathematical Monthly, Dec., 1929, pp. 499-504
Jour. of Engineering Education, Feb., 1930, pp. 611-618
    B-455 Broadcasting Transmitters and Related Phenomena Edward L. Nelson Bell System, Jan., 1930, pp. 121-140
    B-456 Wire Line Systems for National Broadcasting A. B. Clark Bell System, Jan., 1930, pp. 141-149
    B-457 Notes on the Heaviside Operational Calculus John R. Carson Bell System, Jan., 1930, pp. 150-162
    B-458 Some Contemporary Advances in Physics (Continued, Part XIX-Fusion of Wave and Corpuscle Theories) Karl K. Darrow Bell System, Jan., 1930, pp. 163-188
    B-459 Wave Propagation Over Continuously Loaded Fine Wires M. K. Zinn Bell System, Jan., 1930, pp. 189-206
    B-460 Theory of Vibration of the Larynx R. L. Wegel Bell System, Jan., 1930, pp. 207-227
    B-461 A Study of Noise in Vacuum Tubes and Attached Circuits F. B. Llewellyn I. R. E., Feb., 1930, pp. 243-265
    B-462 The Output Power Obtained from Vacuum Tubes of Different Types H. A. Pidgeon
J. O. McNally
I. R. E., Feb., 1930, pp. 266-293
    B-464 Solution of Certain Cases of the General Equation of Diffusion R. L. Peek, Jr Phys. Rev., March 1, 1930, pp. 554-561
    B-465 Reverberation Time in 'Dead' Rooms Carl F. Eyring Acoustical Soc., Jan., 1930, pp. 217-241
    B-466 Optimum Reverberation Time for Auditoriums Walter A. MacNair Acoustical Soc., Jan., 1930, pp. 242-248
    B-467 Age Hardening Lead-Calcium Alloys Earle E. Schumacher
George M. Bouton
Metals & Alloys, March, 1930, pp. 405-409
    B-468 Alloys for Cable Sheathing R. S. Dean
J. E. Ryjord
Metals & Alloys, March, 1930, pp. 410-414
    B-469 An Artificial Larynx R. R. Riesz Acoustical Soc., Jan., 1930, pp. 273-279
    B-470 The Complex Nature of Dielectric Absorption and Dielectric Loss E. J. Murphy
H. H. Lowry
Phys. Chem., March, 1930, pp. 598-620
    B-471 Radio Facilities for Aircraft Communication E. L. Nelson
F. M. Ryan
S. A. E. Journal, March, 1930, pp. 326-334, 340
    B-472 Acoustic Control of Recording for Talking Motion Pictures J. P. Maxfield S. M. P. E. Journal, Jan., 1930, pp. 85-95
    B-473 Loud Speakers for Use in Theatres D. G. Blattner
L. G. Bostwick
S. M. P. E. Journal, Feb., 1930, pp. 161-170
    B-474 Particle Size as a Factor in the Corrosion of Lead by Soils R. M. Burns
D. J. Salley
Ind. & Eng. Chem., March, 1930, pp. 293-297
    B-475 Barkhausen Effect in Iron, Nickel and Permalloy-II Richard M. Bozorth
Joy F. Dillinger
Phys. Rev., April 1, 1930, pp. 733-752
    B-476 Recent Developments in Toll Telephone Service W. H. Harrison A. I. E. E., Trans., 1930, pp. 166-176
    B-477 The Chicago Long Distance Toll Board E. O. Neubauer
G. A. Rutgers
A. I. E. E., Trans., 1930, pp. 178-184
    B-478 Air Transport Communication R. L. Jones
F. M. Ryan
A. I. E. E., Trans., 1930, pp. 187-197
    B-479 Transmission Characteristics of a Short-Wave Telephone Circuit R. K. Potter I. R. E., April, 1930, pp. 581-648
    B-480 Theory of Probability: Some Comments on Laplace's Theorie Analytique E. C. Molina Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, June, 1930, pp. 369-392
    B-481 Phase Distortion in Telephone Apparatus C. E. Lane Bell System, July, 1930, pp. 493-521
    B-482 Effects of Phase Distortion on Telephone Quality J. C. Steinberg Bell System, July, 1930, pp. 550-566
    B-483 Measurement of Phase Distortion H. Nyquist
S. Brand
Bell System, July, 1930, pp. 522-543
*   B-484 Long Distance Cable Circuit for Program Transmission A. B. Clark
C. W. Green
Bell System, July, 1930, pp. 567-594
    B-485 General Switching Plan for Telephone Toll Service H. S. Osborne Bell System, July, 1930, pp. 429-447
*   B-486 Recent Developments in Long Distance Cables A. B. Clark Bell System, July, 1930, pp. 487-492
    B-487 Transmitted Frequency Range for Telephone Message Circuits W. H. Martin Bell System, July, 1930, pp. 483-486
    B-488 Preparation of Air of Known Humidity and Recorder Calibration A. C. Walker
E. J. Ernst, Jr.
Ind. & Eng. Chem. (Analytical Edition), April 15, 1930, pp. 134-138
    B-489 Moisture Content of Compressed Nitrogen A. C. Walker
E. J. Ernst, Jr.
Ind. & Eng. Chem. (Analytical Edition), April 15, 1930, pp. 139-140
    B-490 Developments in Communication Materials William Fondiller Bell System, April, 1930, pp. 237-257
    B-491 The Words and Sounds of Telephone Conversations N. R. French
C. W. Carter, Jr.
Walter Koenig, Jr.
Bell System, April, 1930, pp. 290-324
    B-492 The Reciprocal Energy Theorem John R. Carson Bell System, April, 1930, pp. 325-331
    B-493 The Approximate Networks of Acoustic Filters W. P. Mason Acoustical Soc., Jan., 1930, pp. 262-272
Bell System, April, 1930, pp. 332-340
    B-494 Some Contemporary Advances in Physics (Continued, Part
-Ionization of Gases by Light)
Karl K. Darrow Bell System, April, 1930, pp. 341-355
    B-495 Motion of Telephone Wires in Wind D. A. Quarles Bell System, April, 1930, pp. 356-363
    B-496 Economic Quality Control of Manufactured Product W. A. Shewhart Bell System, April, 1930, pp. 364-389
*   B-497 Transoceanic Telephone Service (A Symposium)   A. I. E. E., Trans., 1930, pp. 621-643
    B-498 The Chromolinoscope Revived Herbert E. Ives Optical Soc., June, 1930, pp. 343-353
    B-499 A Space-Time Pattern Theory of Hearing Harvey Fletcher Acoustical Soc., April, 1930, pp. 311-343
    B-500 A Chronographic Method of Measuring Reverberation Time E. C. Wente
E. H. Bedell
Acoustical Soc., April, 1930, pp. 422-427
    B-501 Problems in Short-Wave Telephone Transmission J. C. Schelleng I. R. E., June, 1930, pp. 913-938
    B-502 The Wave Properties of Electrons C. J. Davisson Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 1930, pp. 247-256
*   B-503 Radio Telephone Service to Ships at Sea W. Wilson
L. Espenschied
Bell System, July, 1930, pp. 407-428
    B-504 Two-Way Television (A Symposium)   Bell System, July, 1930, pp. 448-482
    B-505 The Crystal Clock W. A. Marrison Nat. Acad., July, 1930, pp. 496-507
    B-506 Results of Noise Surveys: Noise Out-of-Doors Rogers H. Galt Acoustical Soc., July, 1930, pp. 30-58
    B-507 Results of Noise Surveys: Noise in Buildings Rexford S. Tucker Acoustical Soc., July, 1930, pp. 59-64
    B-508 A Method of Designing an Efficient Ironclad Electromagnet Harold N. Wagar (Not Published)
    B-509 Method of Enhancing the Sensitiveness of Alkali Metal Photoelectric Cells A. R. Olpin Phys. Rev., July 15, 1930, pp. 251-295
    B-510 Electromagnetic Field Exterior to a System of Perfectly Reflecting Surfaces F. H. Murray Nat. Acad., May, 1930, pp. 353-357
    B-511 Residual Sounds in Reverberant Rooms Carl F. Eyring S. M. P. E. Journal, Oct., 1930, pp. 528-548
*   B-512 Long Telephone Lines in Canada J. L. Clarke To be published in A. I. E. E. Trans.
    B-513 Design and Testing of Motion Picture Screens for Sound Picture Work H. F. Hopkins S. M. P. E. Journal, Sept., 1930, pp. 320-328
    B-514 The Architecture of Living Cells Francis F. Lucas Nat. Acad., Sept., 1930, pp. 599-607
    B-515 Deoxidation of Copper with Metallic Deoxidizers Earle E. Schumacher
W. C. Ellis
John F. Eckel
Metals & Alloys, Sept., 1930, pp. 714-716
    B-516 Outdoor Corrosion of Zinc and Cadmium Coatings on Iron and Steel C. L. Hippensteel
C. W. Borgmann
To be published by Electrochem. Soc.
    B-517 One Type of Acoustic Distortion in Sound Picture Sets R. L. Hanson S. M. P. E. Journal, Oct., 1930, pp. 460-470
    B-518 Scanning Losses in Reproduction N. R. Stryker S. M. P. E. Journal, Nov., 1930, pp. 610-622
    B-519 Potentiometric Method for Determining Acid or Alkali in Paper B. L. Clarke
L. A. Wooten
Ind. & Eng. Chem. (Analytical Edition), Oct. 15, 1930, pp. 385-387
    B-520 Some Observations on the Atmospheric Corrosion of Protective Zinc Coatings C. L. Hippensteel
C. W. Borgmann
F. F. Farnsworth
To be published by Testing Materials
    B-521 Dielectric Polarization of Pure Organic Compounds S. O. Morgan
H. H. Lowry
Phys. Chem., Nov., 1930, pp. 2385-2432
    B-522 An Efficient Loud Speaker at the Higher Audible Frequencies L. G. Bostwick Acoustical Soc., Oct., 1930, pp. 242-250
    B-523 Chemistry in the Telephone Industry Robert R. Williams Ind. & Eng. Chem., April, 1930, pp. 316-322
Bell System, Oct., 1930, pp. 603-621
    B-524 The Trend in the Design of Telephone Transmitters and Receivers W. H. Martin
W. F. Davidson
Bell System, Oct., 1930, pp. 622-627
    B-525 Mutual Impedances of Ground-Return Circuits A. E. Bowen
C. L. Gilkeson
Bell System, Oct., 1930, pp. 628-651
    B-526 A Survey of Room Noise in Telephone Locations W. J. Williams
Ralph G. McCurdy
Bell System, Oct., 1930, pp. 652-667
    B-527 Some Contemporary Advances in Physics (Continued, Part
I-Interception and Scattering of Electrons and Ions)
Karl K. Darrow Bell System, Oct., 1930, pp. 668-696
    B-528 A Study of Telephone Line Insulators L. T. Wilson Bell System, Oct., 1930, pp. 697-729
    B-529 Transmission Characteristics of Open-Wire Telephone Lines E. I. Green Bell System, Oct., 1930, pp. 730-759
    B-530 Transients in Parallel Grounded Circuits Liss C. Peterson Bell System, Oct., 1930, pp. 760-769
    B-531 Impedance Correction of Wave Filters E. B. Payne Bell System, Oct., 1930, pp. 770-793
    B-532 A Method of Impedance Correction H. W. Bode Bell System, Oct., 1930, pp. 794-835
    B-533 Microphonic Action in Telephone Transmitters Frederick S. Goucher Science, Nov. 7, 1930, pp. 467-470

 

Notes on Special Issues

B-274: Television, Nov 1927
Television Herbert E. Ives
The production and utilization of
television signals
Frank Gray, J. W. Horton, R. C. Mathes
Synchronization of television H. M. Stoller, E. R. Morton
Wire transmission system of television D. K. Gannett, E. I. Green
Radio transmission for television Edward L. Nelson.
   
B-377: Sound Pictures, Feb 1929
A group of six papers presented at the Lake Placid conference of the Society of Motion Picture Engineers outlining the fundamental factors involved in the production of sound pictures.
The Quality of Speech and Music John C. Steinberg
General Principles of Sound Recording E. C. Wente
Recent Advances in Wax Recording A. Frederick Halsey
Sound Recording with the Light Valve Donald MacKenzie
Synchronization and Speed Control of
Synchronized Sound Pictures
H. M. Stoller
Sound Projector System for Use in
Motion Picture Theaters
Part I. E. O. Scriven
Part II. H. B. Santee

 

Abbreviations used in Sources

Abbreviation Full Title
A. I. E. E., Jour. Journal of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers
A. I. E. E., Trans. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers
Am. Chem. Soc. The Journal of the American Chemical Society
Am. R. R. Proceedings of the Telegraph and Telephone Section of the
American Railway Association
Am. Statist. Assn. Journal of the American Statistical Association
Astrophys. The Astrophysical Journal
Bell Quarterly Bell Telephone Quarterly
Bell System The Bell System Technical Journal
Electrochem. Soc. Transactions of the American Electrochemical Society
Franklin Inst. Journal of the Franklin Institute
Ind. & Eng. Chem. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry
I. R. E. Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers
Nat. Acad. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Optical Soc. Journal of the Optical Society of America and Review of
Scientific Instruments
Phil. Mag. The London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine,
and Journal of Science
Phys. Chem. The Journal of Physical Chemistry
Phys. Rev. The Physical Review
Steel Treating Transactions of the American Society for Steel Treating
Testing Materials Proceedings of the American Society for Testing Materials
Trilog. Soc. The Transactions of the American Laryngological, Rhinological
and Otological Society, Inc.

 

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The Atlantic Cable website is non-commercial, and its mission is to make available on line as much information as possible.

You can help - if you have cable material, old or new, please contact me. Cable samples, instruments, documents, brochures, souvenir books, photographs, family stories, all are valuable to researchers and historians.

If you have any cable-related items that you could photograph, copy, scan, loan, or sell, please email me: billb@ftldesign.com

—Bill Burns, publisher and webmaster: Atlantic-Cable.com