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1937 - MEASURING LENGTH OF ULTRA-SHORT RADIO WAVES - demonstrating how scientists measure the length of the 3 and 1/2 inch waves used in newest ultra short wave transmission experiments

MEASURING LENGTH OF ULTRA-SHORT RADIO WAVES

E&MP 96.019

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ca. 1937

Measuring length of ultra-short radio waves I.E.Mouromseff, research engineer of Westinghouse Company, demonstrating how scientists measure the length of the 3 and 1/2 inch waves used in newest ultra short wave transmission experiments.

The waves are light-like and can be focused with mirrors or reflected by metal screens.


Original Caption by Science Service
© Westinghouse



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