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Number of items: 8.

Article

Cartmale, A. A. and Steele, R. (1970) Calculating the Performance of Syllabically Companded Delta-Sigma Modulators. Proceedings of IEE, 117 . pp. 1915-1921.

Hughes, J. F. (1970) The Effects of Impurities on Electron Emission in Liquid Hexane. Journal of Chemical Physics, 53 (7). pp. 2598-600.

Steele, R. (1970) Pulse Delta Modulators-Inferior Performance but Simpler Circuitry. Electronic Engineering, 42 . pp. 75-79.

Conference or Workshop Item

Hey, A. J. G. (1970) Time Reversal Invariance and Recoil Deuteron Polarization in Elastic Electron Scattering. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Hughes, J. F. (1970) Impurities and their effects on Electron Injection in Liquid Hexane. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Nunn, D. (1970) Non Linear Wave Particle Processes in an Electrostatic Wave Packet. In: UNSPECIFIED. p. 199.

Nunn, D. (1970) Wave Particle Interactions in Electrostatic Waves in an Inhomogeneous Medium. In: UNSPECIFIED. pp. 291-307.

Other

Evans, A. G. R. and Walsh, D. (1970) Noise Radiated from InSb-NiSb Eutectic Alloy.

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