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1 Buderi, Robert The Invention That Changed the World: How a Small Group of Radar Pioneers Won the Second World War and Launched a Technological Revolution
Riverside, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Simon & Schuster 1996 0684810212 / 9780684810218 1st Edition Hardcover Very Good As New 
New book. Dedication to my mother. My father worked on these radar units on the planes in the Pacific in 1944. This is that radar set. 
Price: 25.95 USD
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ROBOTICS, Cardoza, Ann and VLK, Suzee J.
2 Cardoza, Ann and VLK, Suzee J. ROBOTICS
USA Tab Books, Inc. 1983 0830608583 / 9780830608584 1st, 1st hardcover Good No Dust Jacket, as issued 9.5 
9.5" x 7.5", 150 pages. A new book with some wear to the cover. Price tag has been removed from back cover, scuffing. Interior clean, unmarked and never read. What is robotics? Youth science book. Our book number 49075. 
Price: 3.00 USD
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The Physics of Star Trek, Krauss, Lawrence M.
3 Krauss, Lawrence M. The Physics of Star Trek
NY, USA Basic Books 1995 0465005594 / 9780465005598 1st Hard Cover Good Good 5.75 Beard, Elliot 
5.75" x 8.5". 188 pages. Some shelf wear. Clean book and dust jacket. Foreward by Stephen Hawking. The science of the science fiction - no longer all fiction. Our book number 49071. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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4 Laster, Clay, W5ZPV The Beginner's Handbook of Amateur Radio
Blue Ridge Summit, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.: Tab Books 1988 0830629653 / 9780830629657 2nd Edition Hardcover Very Good No Jacket 
Library binding, very good condition, book inside is like new. Withdrawn from library. Second Edition, First Printing. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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Don McNeill's Favorite Poems, McNeill, Don
5 McNeill, Don Don McNeill's Favorite Poems
Don McNeill Enterprises, Inc. 1951 1st Edition Soft cover Fine No Jacket 
Some very minor shelf wear to the plastic spiral that binds the pages, the gold has faded along the front of the plastic loops. Pages aged and delicate, all present, none torn or loose. Back cover has a diagonal fold mark. Ninety-six pages. "The thoughts and verses presented in this book are those most frequently requested by Don McNeill's Breakfast Club listeners." Radio Show, before the TODAY show was ever thought. Published by Don McNeill Enterprises, Inc., 1951. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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6 Rider, John F. F M: An Introduction to Frequency Modulation
John F. Rider Publisher, Inc., 404 Fourth Avenue, New York City 1940 5th or later Edition Hardcover Fair No Jacket 
No Jacket. Sixth Printing, October, 1940. Probably a birthday present. This book is from the private collection of a leading research engineer. It has been through a flood. It has been through World War II. It has been abused in the Pacific, in Houston, and in Florida. Text is clean and clear. Name of scientist inside front cover. Sacrifice for education of the next generation. Historical Value. 
Price: 200.00 USD
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7 Rider, John H. Automatic Frequency Control Systems
John F. Rider, Publisher, 404 Fourth Avenue, New York City, Printed in the United States of America. 1938 3rd Edition Hardcover Good No Jacket 
Third edition, December 1938. Previous owner's name inside front cover. Green Cloth binding with gold lettering. As a college student the engineer who owned this book used it to assist him in the repair of bootleggers' state-of-the-art radios at Sam's Radio Shop in Tulsa. This book has been through a flood. The research engineer who owned the book dried it very carefully in the sun, but the glue has sagged and there are some surface wrinkles on the cover. Inside the pages are clean and flat, no mildew or warping. You should have seen him, knee-deep in water, saving the library of technical books as quickly as possible. Sacrifice to put the next generation through Gaming College. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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8 War Department Radio Receiver AN/GRR-2 (Hallicrafters Model SX-28-a)
War Department 1944 1st Edition Soft cover Fair No Jacket 
World War II Raiod Receiver manual. Instructions and explanation of destruction procedure on page V. Cut, Burn, Explode, Dispose..Restricted. This was the raiod that won the war. Name of previous owner at top of front cover. Private collection. Belonged to a research engineer. He had been the radar officer on Guam for the last years of the War.62 pages. diagrams and specs for the receiver. War Department Technical MAnual TM 11-874. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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