The Design And Construction Of A Long-Distance Atmospheric Propagaion Test Chamber ENS Robert A. Torrealba, USN [video]
Torrealba, Robert A.
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The Design And Construction Of A Long-Distance Atmospheric Propagaion Test Chamber, presentation by ENS Robert A. Torrealba, USN; Advisor: Prof. Keith Cohn, Second Reader: Prof. Joseph Blau.
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