[ProAudio] Western Electric 111C transformers
pozar at lns.com
Tue Feb 1 16:32:02 PST 2022
The collection can be found at:
On 2/1/22 3:01 PM, Richard L. Hess via ProAudio wrote:
> Thanks so much for posting this -- now I think I have the complete set
> as I have 4,432 PDFs as well!
> I think they are at the Internet Archive. It's about 40 GB.
> On 2022-02-01 5:20 p.m., Kevin P. Mostyn via ProAudio wrote:
>> At some point, Bell Labs put scans of all their journals online. They
>> still may be online. I have on my server 4,432 PDFs of BSTJ articles
>> from 1922 through 1983.
>> So now you know three people with these.
>> On 2/1/2022 1:55 PM, Jim Brown via ProAudio wrote:
>>> On 2/1/2022 1:05 PM, Bob Olhsson via ProAudio wrote:
>>>> The phone company held patents on electrical recording, motion
>>>> picture sound and broadcasting until the late 1940s.
>>> AT&T Bell Labs might have been the premier engineering entity on the
>>> planet for most of the 20th century. Their periodical, Bell System
>>> Technical Journal, documented many (most?) of the major electrical
>>> engineering inventions and research during the first half of that
>>> century, especially in audio and communications. RCA also had a
>>> serious engineering department. David is one of two people I know who
>>> own large collections of the BSTJ.
>>> Jim Brown
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