TECHNICAL BOOKS

OTHER OPTICAL & RELATED TOPICS

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EXPLORING WITH THE MICROSCOPE, by Werner Nachtigall, 80 pages, hardbound, published 1995. The author covers the purchase of a microscope, the use of a microscope in viewing plants, animals and inorganic specimens. The book has many photographs and diagrams.  NACHTIGALL61
OPTICS AND OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS: An Introduction, by B.K. Johnson, 224 pages, softbound. Telescopes, microscopes, photographic lenses and optical projection systems illustrate practical application of optics. 234 diagrams. JOHNSON6422
BASIC ELECTRONICS, by U.S. Bureau of Naval Personnel, 567 pages, softbound. Electron tubes, circuits, antennas, AM, FM and CW transmission and receiving, etc. 560 illustrations. NAVAL0766
VIDEO ENGINEERING, by Andrew F. Inglis, pages, hardbound. This book is an introduction to the basics of every aspect of today’s video technology—from the generation and transmission of video signals, to their display, recording, and editing. Useful as a textbook for anyone studying video engineering, or as an all-in-one reference for video professionals, the enormous range of material covered here is organized logically and systematically and is written at a level accessible to anyone with a knowledge of basic electrical and electromagnetic theory. From the basic of black and white, to such cutting edge technologies as HDTV and digital video. INGLIS7917