January 1964 v.15 n.5
An RMS-Responding Voltmeter with High Crest Factor Rating, by Gregory Justice. Crest Factor. 3400A.
See Also: Crest Factor and Pulse Trains…; Clarification of the closing paragraph in “An RMS-Responding Voltmeter With High Crest Factor Rating”, on page 8 in the April 1964 issue
The Significance of Crest Factor, pg 4
Long-term Stability of the -hp- 130C Sensitive DC-500 KC Oscilloscope, by John Strathman, pg 6-7. 130C.
Precision of the United States Frequency Standard, pg 7
-hp- Factory Training Seminars, pg 8
February 1964 v.15 n.6
Time Domain Reflectometry, by B. M. Oliver
Time Domain Reflectometry with a Plug-in for the 140A Oscilloscope, pg 8. 1415A.
TDR with -hp- Sampling Scopes, pg 8. 188A.
March 1964 v.15 n.7
Broadband, Solid-state Amplifiers, by Alfred F. Gort. 462A, 461A, 11038A.
An Air-Bearing Spindle for Highly Precise Machining, by Edward H. Phillips, pg 5-7
International System of Units, pg 8
April 1964 v.15 n.8
A new Instrument for Measuring Microwave Frequencies with Counter Accuracy, by Rudolph F. Pasos. 2590A.
A New DC-4000 MC Sampling ‘Scope Plug-In with Signal Feed-Through Capability, by Wayne M. Grove, pg 5-8. 188A.
Crest Factor and Pulse Trains… Clarification of the closing paragraph in “An RMS-Responding Voltmeter With High Crest Factor Rating”, page 1 in the January 1964 issue, pg 8
New Time Information Added to WWV/WWVH Broadcasts, pg 8
May 1964 v.15 n.9
A 0-50 Mc Frequency Synthesizer with Excellent Stability, Fast Switching, and Fine Resolution, by Victor E. Van Duzer. 5100A, 5110A.
Digital Frequency Synthesis, by Bernard M. Oliver, pg 1
Notes on the Application of Frequency Synthesizers, by Victor E. Van Duzer, pg 7
Spectrum Extension to Above 500 MC, pg 7
Synthesizer Design Leaders, pg 8
June 1964 v.15 n.10
Precision Plug-In Frequency Measurements to 3000 Mc, by Charles M. Hill. 5245L, 5254A, 5253B.
Design Leader: Charles M. Hill, pg 4
Changes in Standard Broadcasts, pg 5
A New Oscilloscope Plug-In with Four 40-MC Channels, by James R. Pettit, pg 6-8. 175A, 1754A.
July 1964 v.15 n.11
A New Performance of the “Flying Clock” Experiment, by Leonard S. Cutler, Alan S. Bagley. Atomic clock.
A Measurement of the Ratio of the Zero-Field Hyperfine Splittings of Cesium 133 and Hydrogen, by Leonard S. Cutler, pg 6-7.
Authors: Alan. S. Bagley, Leonard S. Cutler, pg 8
Plant Distribution of a One-Volt DC Standard, by Richard Bean, pg 9-12
August 1964 v.15 n.12
A New Microwave Spectrum Analyzer, by Harley L. Halverson. 8551A, 851A.
EMC/RFI, pg 5
Broad Spectrum Displays, pg 7
Spectrum Surveillance, pg 8
Design Leaders: Arthur Fong, Harley L. Halverson, George C. Jung, pg 8
September 1964 v.16 n.1
Our Preparations at Hewlett-Packard for the Instrumentation of Tomorrow, by Frank J. Burkhard. [HP’s 25th year as a designer and maker of electronic measuring instruments]
Some Major –hp- Instrument Designs, pg 3
Some Notable Articles Published in the Hewlett-Packard Journal, pg 5
Hewlett-Packard Company: William R. Hewlett, David Packard, pg 8
October 1964 v.16 n.2
A VLF Comparator for Relating Local Frequency to U.S. Standards, by Dexter Hartke. Phase Comparator, 117A.
Frequency Calibration using LF Standard Broadcasts, pg 2
Design Leader: Dexter Hartke, pg 7
Tunable VLF Comparator, pg 8. DY-2365B.
November 1964 v.16 n.3
Absorption Modulators for Simple or Complex Microwave Modulation, by Douglas A. Gray. P-I-N Modulators, 8403A.
New Microwave Signal Sources with Signal Generator Capabilities, by Douglas A. Gray, pg 8. 8614B, 8616B.
December 1964 v.16 n.4
Microwave Harmonic Generation and Nanosecond Pulse Generation with the Step-recovery Diode, by Robert D. Hall, Stewart M. Krakauer. HP Associates.
Design Leaders: Robert D. Hall, Stewart M. Krakauer, pg 6