Transmission Lines

Recent editions of the DEHS quarterly newsletter Transmission Lines(TL) have included feature articles, as listed below. From the December 2012 edition, these are also available to members in electronic/PDF format.

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2016

Edition Volume Number Feature Articles
Dec 21/4 • Autumn Symposium 2016

• The Parabolic Antenna and the Emergence of Radar

• Defence Electronics History: One Man’s View from 1958 Pt 2

• Clock Synchronisation – Pt 1

Sept 21/3 DEHS Best Presentation Award 2016: Maj Alvin Yap

• Defence Electronics History: One Man’s View from 1958 – Pt 1

• Through Radar to J-Beam Antennas – Pt 7

• Marconi Interwar Commercial Receivers Marconi Pamphlet 230/3 Part 2 – Marconi Magnetic Drum Recording Equipment

Jun 21/2 The Daventry Experiment as a Bistatic Radar

• Burns Lecture 2016: Dr Graham Farmelo on “Churchill’s Bomb”

• Through Radar to J-Beam Antennas – Part 6

• Marconi Interwar Commercial Receivers Marconi Pamphlet 230/3 Part 1 – Commercial Marconi Service Receiver TYPER.C.6c.

Mar 21/1 Signalling at the Battle of Passchendaele, July to November, 1917

• 1939 GEC visit by Megaw to Gutton et. al. in France via Sqn Ldr Mike Dean

• Through Radar to J-Beam Antennas – Pt 5

2015

Edition Volume Number Feature Articles
Dec 20/4 2015 Autumn Symposium

• Coast Defence Radar

• Through Radar to J-Beam Antennas – Pt 4

Sept 20/3 2015 MESE Course Presentations Award

• The AN/APR-4 ECM Receiver

• Obituary: Owen Hosmer Davie

• Through Radar to J-Beam Antennas Part 3

June 20/2 2015 Burns Lecture and Exhibition

• 2015 Burns Lecture Living in the Network: 100 years of Sigint

The Training of Linguists for War, Coulsden, 1952-4 – Pt 2

• 2015 Summer Visit

• EWB Gill – Taking Wireless to War

• Kelvedon Hatch – Pt 2 – Through Radar to J-Beam Antennas – Pt 2

March 20/1  Bletchley Park and the Hut 3 Headline Reports

• The Training of Linguists for War, Coulsden – Pt 1

• Marconi Radio Equipment 1918-1920s – Pt 5/Conclusion

• Letters to the Editor: Castles in the Sky: A World First pioneered by Baird Television

• Kelvedon Hatch  – Pt 1• Through Radar to J-Beam Antennas – Pt 1

• Obituary: Commander Senior Grade Oyvind Garvik

2014

Edition Volume Number Feature Articles
December 19/4 German cable telegraphy in World War 1: Yap Island

• Marconi Radio Equipment 1918-1920s – Pt 4

• Wireless in the Trenches in World War 1 – The tale of BJF Schonland OBE (mil.), a colonial wireless officer

• JRR Tolkien, World War 1 Signals Officer

• Letters to the Editor: Early radio memories; Skip Wilkins’ Calculations

• Obituary: Philip Cox DSC QC

September 19/3 MESE28 – DEHS Award winner

• When Vera met Thumper Arrival of the Canadian Lancaster at RAF Coningsby

• Marconi Radio Equipment 1918 – 1920s – Pt 3

• Chain Home, the Goniometer and all that: Watson-Watt’s‘Greatest Mistake’?

• The Cossor Instrument Landing System Receiver – Project History

June 19/2 Burns Lecture & Equipment Exhibition

• Marconi Radio Equipment 1918 – 1920s – Pt 2

• The UK’s first Ballistic missile early warning system • Tale of a TUBA

March 19/1 Marconi Radio Equipment 1918 to the 1920s – Pt 1

• Richborough – The Mystery Port, 1916

 

2013

Edition Volume Number Feature Articles
Dec 18/4 A Brief Look at Early Military Satcom up to the 1980s

• Radar Development in the Netherlands – Pt 9 – Delft

• Magnetic Mines and Other’Funnies’ in WWII

Sept 18/3 Batteries for Bowman

• MESAR from “Decca Legacy”

• Radar Development in the Netherlands 1980 – 2004, Chapter 8, 8.2.3 to end

• “Of Cans, Globs and the Beat” – a Radiosonde Experience
• The Forecaster Speaks to You – “This is the Air-Met”

June 18/2 Electricity ForMilitary Use Before World War 1

• Radar Development in The Netherlands, Chapter 8 up to 8.2.3

• The Origins of the Decca Navigator System

• The October 1942 Capture of Early German Naval M4 Enigma

March 18/1 The Decca Legacy: The Introduction of Digital and Software Processing into Radar System Design

• A Submerged Signal Ejector Control System: An early microcomputer application in RN submarines

• Radar Development in The Netherlands, 1980-2004

• Rockets Galore – Britain’santi-aircraft rocket batteries as used operationally in WW2

• When Radar was RDF – A document found among the papers of Capt P H E Welby-Everard OBE DSC DLRN

• The Origin of Omega – Letter to the Editor from Walter Blanchard

• Mushroom – Kept in the Dark for 72 Years