May 1977 | NTIA Special Publication OT SP 77-15
Information Products Resulting from Satellite Studies at the Institute for Telecommunication Sciences
Evelyn M. Gray
Abstract: This bibliography lists publications describing the scope, time span, depth, variety, and relevance of the satellite work done by the Institute for Telecommunication Sciences from 1958 through 1976. Works cited are listed by author with six categories: propagation, antennas, modulation or signal design, electromagnetic interference and frequency sharing, system design and assessment, and noise. Authors and co-authors are interfiled alphabetically in an author index. (Author/CMV)
Sources for this list of information products were:
1. ITS Publications Abstracts
2. NBS lists of Technical Reports
3. NBS lists of Technical Notes
4. Information Products of OT 1970–75 (OT Special Publication 75-4)
5. Boulder Library indices (author, subject, and key-words)
6. NBS Special Publications Nos. 240, 305, 305-1, 305-2, and 305-3
7. Discussions with ITS authors.
The references contained in this bibliography are listed first in alphabetical order by author. This listing includes author(s) name(s), date of publication, title, medium of publication, page numbers, and an abstract of the work cited. Works by the same author are listed in reverse chronological order. All entries are consecutively numbered.
The second part of the bibliography lists the same papers, grouped by subject according to the categories listed below. Only authors' names, dates, titles and sources are shown in this portion of the bibliography.
They third portion of this bibliography is an alphabetical author index showing all papers in the bibliogiaphy to which each author has contributed.
Disclaimer: Certain commercial equipment, components, and software may be identified in this report to specify adequately the technical aspects of the reported results. In no case does such identification imply recommendation or endorsement by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, nor does it imply that the equipment or software identified is necessarily the best available for the particular application or uses.