RCA Review
  Radio and Electronics Research - Engineering
RCA Review
 R.C.A. Review was a technical journal recording progress in radio and electronics as described by scientific workers, engineers and executives of the Radio Corporation of America. In the March, 1947 issue General David Sarnoff, president of the Radio Corporation of America, explains that the R.C.A. Review is written by men of science and engineers not only to relate their past achievements but also to reflect the thoughts of those whose pioneering in research, development and engineering are projecting the present into the future.
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Our thanks to Stanley Adams who contributed most of the 1950's issues in honor of his dad, Paul Adams, WCPO-AM FM TV, Cincinnati Ohio 1948-1968 and to Steve Rosenfeld who completed the rest of the collection.

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