NPS Archives HMC-005 Abstracts and Selected Full Text Documents on Radio Direction Finding (1899 - 1995) Collection Finding Aid
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This finding aid describes the "Abstracts on Radio Direction Finding / Full text documents on Radio Direction Finding" collection at the Dudley Knox Library. This legacy collection, originally created by the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI), is composed of two parts. The first is a bibliography on Radio Direction Finding and closely related topics, containing approximately 16,300 abstracts. The abstracts cover publications from 1899 through 1995. In addition to the abstracts, there are 20-30 biographies of leading scientists and engineers who helped create direction finding as well as a glossary of terms. The bibliography has been converted for ease of researcher use, and may be downloaded from Calhoun at: https://calhoun.nps.edu/handle/10945/57321. The second half of the archive is a collection of full text documents on this topic, comprising a small ion of the documents listed in the bibliography.
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