TRANSMISSION LINES

Recent editions of the DEHS quarterly newsletter Transmission Lines (TL) have included feature articles, as listed below.
[Note: 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 TYPE R.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 For Military 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's anti-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 DL RN • The Origin of Omega - Letter to the Editor from Walter Blanchard
• Mushroom - Kept in the Dark for 72 Years