3 edition of On the early history of radio guidance. found in the catalog.
On the early history of radio guidance.
Benjamin Franklin Miessner
1964 by San Francisco Press .
Written in English
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Miessner, Benjamin Franklin, On the early history of radio guidance. San Francisco, San Francisco Press . In he published an article on the bending of parts of a radio beam and another in on the frustrations in inventing.
He was appointed to the ad hoc Patent System Reform panel of the U.S. Department of Commerce in Inhe published his third book On the Early History of Radio Guidance. He was a board member of the Academy of Born: JHuntingburg, Indiana.
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