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Items from this collection should be cited as '[Title or description of manuscript item], Papers of Raymond Allsop, National Library of Australia, MS 421, [box number and series and/or file number]'.
George Harrison's resolutions re the setting up of a Federal Comm. The Century, May 31, 1968; Feb. 2, 1968.
Handbook for operators of amateur wireless stations. Correspondence dealing with Special Experimental Licence, including newspaper cuttings.
Submission by Ray Allsop, and correspondence, referring to the inquiry into frequency modulation broadcasting.
with particular reference to Mr R. Allsop's proposal". Related correspondence, 1970.
Dial, vol. 2, no. 2.
2 Reprints from Electrical Weekly, 15/7/1955 and 29/7/1955.
The Industrial Viewpoint, by R.G. Ward. 1971; Department of Supply and Industrial Research and Development, by T. Lawrence, 1971
Bulletin No. 214, November 1970
Including Propagation, V.H.F. Spectrum; The Marconi Review. No. 113, 1954; Cutting from The Financial Times, July 30, 1954: "Battle of the Frequencies"; Cheyenne Mountain Tropospheric Propagation Experiments, 1955; "Practical considerations of F.M. coverage" 1947; "Overcoming the Line-of-Sight Shibboleth with the Air and High Power" 1955; "F.M. Station WMIT is back again"; News cuttings on Sydney and Melbourne T.V. coverage, on B.B.C. services to Africa; Extracts from articles dealing with T.V. in Great Britain and America; Report of a meeting of the Frequency Allocations Committee; Table of N.Z. television channels; Diagram showing allocations for broadcasting above 40 m.c./sec.
"The C.P.S. Emitron"; "A process for the manufacture of narrow pitch metal mesh"; "The image-orthicon".
Evidence on technical aspects of television.
June 1960, and February 1947.
Z. Uzdy. 1965.
Joint Submission by Simon Gray Pty. Ltd. And Ian Hill and Associates.
1956, and related correspondence.
The problem of frequency-modulation broadcasting and television in Australia". By Ray Allsop, 1946.
Statement of evidence submitted by Amalgamated Wireless (Australasia) Limited. October, 1970; supplementary evidence. March, 1971; further information to complete or clarify the data already furnished. May, 1971.
Re F.M. Inquiry; Report on F.M.; Cost of F.M. v. A.M. Transmitters.
Annexure I to the report. (See Folder 52 also).
With Graham Ford, 1964-1965; Bank of N.S.W. 1966; John D. Armstrong and Associates Pty. Ltd. 1966; Mr H.L. White, 1952; Mr J.D. Jess, 1964; Mr Thomas Muldoon, 1954; re Continuation of F.M. Service, 1961.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 1969; The Hon. C.W. Davidson, Post-master-General, 1961; The Australian Broadcasting Commission, 1970; The Parliamentary Library, Canberra, 1970; Mr Andrew Peacock, 1967; Amalgamated Wireless (Australasia) Limited 1970.