Technology heroes

S., Ciciora, Walter
February 2004
CED;Feb2004, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p48
Trade Publication
Focuses on the life and works of Edwin Armstrong, a technologists in the U.S. Inventions of Armstrong; Contribution of Armstrong to the telecommunication industry; Principle achievements of Armstrong.


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