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  • Westinghouse Engineer Magazine November 1945 (TV Broadcasting from the Statosphere)
  • Westinghouse Engineer Magazine November 1945 (TV Broadcasting from the Statosphere)
Title:   Westinghouse Engineer Magazine November 1945 (TV Broadcasting from the Statosphere)

Binding:   soft cover

Book Condition:   Very good

Edition:   Volume Five, Number Six

Publisher:    Westinghouse Electric 1945

Seller ID:   0604

Very handsome cover design for this trade journal produced by Westinghouse. The back cover shows an image of Skyhooks for Television, a system of high-flying planes to act as television broadcasting and repeater stations, called Stratovision. The first article in the magazine tells the whole story. Other articles cover nuclear engineering, the electric torpedo, a simple single sideband carrier system, a moisture-proof insulation called Fosterite, 1000-KVA powered sleds, and the control of electric furnaces. There's also a section on new technology. Magazine is clean and bright with just a small bit of wear to the top of spine and measures 9"x10-1/2". It's one of those magazines which start at the next page number following the last issue, so I did the math and came up with 31 pages.


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