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19521985 Technical Reports 
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TR# 3  The Response of a Panoramic Receiver to CW and Pulse and Signals, H. W. Batten, A. Jorgensen, A. B. Macnee, and W. W. Peterson, June 1952. 
TR# 6  Analysis of a Mechanically Tuned Resonator for Use in the Frequency Range 100 to 1000 Megacycles, B. F. Barton, August 1952. 
TR# 8  Theory of Reversible Magnetic Susceptibility with Applicator Ferrites, D. M. Grimes, August 1952. 
TR# 9  Permeability Measurements in Magnetic Ferrites, L. W. Orr, September 1952. 
TR# 12  RF Tuning Structures for Use with the Insertion Magnetron, P. E. Dicker and J. S. Needle, December 1952. 
TR# 13 
The Theory of Signal Detectability, W. W. Peterson and T. G.
Birdsall:

TR# 18  A New Theory of Visual Detection, W. P. Tanner, Jr. and J. A. Swets, September 1953. AD 17 782. 
TR# 19  Signal Detectability: A Unified Description of Statistical Methods Employing Fixed an Sequential Observation Processes, W. C. Fox, December 1953. AD 25 326. 
TR# 20  An Application of Game Theory to Signal Detectability, T. G. Birdsall, December 1953, AD 26 411. 
TR# 21  Analysis of a Mechanically Tuned Resonator for Use in Preselector and Converter Applications, B. F. Barton and L. S. Jimerson, Jr., October l953. AD 25 536. 
TR# 22  Wideband Amplitude Distribution analysis of Voltage Sources, L. W. Orr, October l953. 
TR# 23  The Power Spectra of Signals Phase and Frequency Modulated by Gaussian Noise, J. L. Stewart, November 1953. AD 25 327. 
TR# 24  Reversible Susceptibility in Ferromagnetic Materials, D. M. Grimes and D. W. Martin, May 1954, 197025T. 
TR# 27  The Frequency of Linear Oscillators, J. L. Stewart, March 1954, l9707T. 
TR# 28  Theory of Frequency Modulation Noise in Tubes Employing Phase Focusing, J. L. Stewart, March 1954, 197013T. 
TR# 30  Some General Properties of the Hearing Mechanism, W. P. Tanner, Jr., J. A. Swets, and D. M. Green, March 1956, 2262108T. AD 92 249. 
TR# 31  Interim Report on Ferroelectric Materials and Their Applications, H. Diamond and L. W. Orr, July 1954, 26237T. 
TR# 32  Ferromagnetic and Ferroelectric Turning, L. W. Orr, July 1954, 226232T. 
TR# 33  The Negative Capacity Amplifier, L. C. Beavis, August l954, 226238T. 
TR# 34  Measurement and Interpretation of Thermal and Magnetic Data on NickelZinc Ferrites, D. M. Grimes, E. F. Westrum, Jr., and S. Legvold, March 1957, 2262141T. 
TR# 35  A Toroidal Sample Holder for Measuring VHF Permeability and Losses, P. E. Nace, July 1954, 226235T. 
TR# 36  Parallel Network Oscillators, J. L. Stewart, September l954, 226242T. 
TR# 37  Magnetic Modulator Design Employing MU Surfaces for Ferrites, L. W. Orr, September 1954, 226241T. 
TR# 38  Signal Detection with a Panoramic Receiver, W. W. Peterson and T. G. Birdsall, June 1955, 226280T. 
TR# 40  The Evidence for a DecisionMaking Theory of Visual Detection, J. A. Swets, W. P. Tanner, Jr., and T. G. Birdsall, March 1955, 226260T. 
TR# 42  Signal Detection as a Function of Signal Intensity and Duration, D. M. Green, T. G. Birdsall, and W. P. Tanner, Jr., February 1957, 2262144T. 
TR# 44  The Design of Efficient Coupling Networks, B. F. Barton, March 1955, 226261T. 
TR# 45  The Design of an Efficient Wideband Antenna System, B. F. Barton, August l955, 226283T. 
TR# 46  A Study of Recirculation as a Frequency Memory Device, F. E. Pickel and P. H. Rogers, March 1955, 226259T. 
TR# 47  A Reevaluation of Weber's Law as Applied to Pure Tones, W. P. Tanner, Jr., August l958, 2262185T. 
TR# 48  A Graphical Presentation of Some Ferrite Characteristics, M. H. Winsnes, D. M. Grimes, and P. E. Nace, April 1955, 226269T. 
TR# 50  A Theory of Recognition, W. P. Tanner, Jr., May 1955, 226272T. AD 69 773. 
TR# 51  Relationship between Time and Error in Jamming Tests, D. R. Rotschild, November 1957, 2260170T. AD 212 174. 
TR# 52  Large Signal Analysis of Distributed Amplifiers, P. H. Rogers, July 1955, 226281T, AD 18 643. 
TR# 53  TE Surfaces of Ferroelectric Ceramics, L. W. Orr, October 1955, 226286T. 
TR# 54  Miniature Nonlinear Capacitors, H. Diamond, December 1955, 226292T. 
TR# 55  A reevaluation of Weber's Law as Applied to Pure Tones, W. P. Tanner, Jr., August l958, 2262185T. 
TR# 56  Minimum Energy Triggering Signals, L. A. Beattie, April 1957, 2262147T. 
TR# 57  Base Clipped Speech Communications, J. L. Stewart, December 1955, 226299T. AD 83705. 
TR# 58  A Study of the Preparation of Nickelzinc Ferrites, C. F. Jefferson and D. M. Grimes, January 1956, 2262102T. 
TR# 61  A Butterfly Loop Automatic Recorder for Ferroelectric and Ferromagnetic Materials, L. W. Orr and M. H. Winsnes, March 1956, 2262107T. 
TR# 64  Reversible Susceptibility in Ferromagnets, D. M. Grimes, April 1956, 2262113T. 
TR# 66  An Investigation of the Composition of an IronRich NickelZinc Ferrite, C. F. Jefferson, June 1956, 2262125T. 
TR# 67  An Evaluation of a Special Broadband Receiver Input Circuit, B.F. Barton and Dr. R. Hamburg, November 1956, 2262128T. 
TR# 69  An Experimental Folded Loop Antenna, J. F. Cline and G. H. Robinson, November 1956, 2262133T. 
TR# 70  Synthesis of MultiChannel Amplifiers, B. F. Barton, April 1957, 2262149T. 
TR# 71  Packaged Electric Tunes 35200 Mc Panoramic Receiver, T. W. Butler, Jr., July 1957, 2262164T. 
TR# 72  Reflections in a FerriteFilled Waveguide, C. B. Sharpe and D. S. Heim, May 1957, 2262157T. 
TR# 73  The Conical Scan Radar Target Simulator, R. C. Webber and L. W. Orr, August 1957, 2262157T, AD 161933. 
TR# 75  Overmodulation of a Carrier by Sine Wave and Gausian Noise, D. R. Rothschild, September 1957, 2262169T, AD 151 918. 
TR# 76  Synthesis of Lossless Networks for Prescribed Transfer Impedance Between Several Current Sources and a Single Resistive Load, A. B. Macnee, November 1957, 2262171T. 
TR# 77  A ConstantAmplitude RandomFunction Generator, G. A. Hellwarth, February 1958, 2262175TAD 157 065. 
TR# 80  Definitions of d' and ___ as Psycho physical Measures, W. P. Tanner, Jr. and T. G. Birdsall, February 1958, 22592T. AD 146 758. 
TR# 81  The Effect of Vocabulary Size on Articulation Score, D. M. Green and T. G. Birdsall, January 1958, 26591T. AD 146 759. 
TR# 82  Detection of Signals in Noise and the Critical Band Concept, D. M. Green, April 1958, 26594T. AD 162566. 
TR# 84  Alternative Detection of Modulations in CoChannel Frequency Modulations, H. W. Farris, June 1958, 2262179T. AD 212 380. 
TR# 85  Three Methods of Nonlinear Processing for Detection Finding, P. G. Cath, August 1958, 2262183T. AD 204 168. 
TR# 86  Signal Detection as a Function of Frequency Ensemble, F. A. Veniar, August 1958, 2262 184T. 
TR# 87  Standing Wave Measurements in Coaxial Systems, W. M. Nunn, Jr., September 1958, 2262187T. AD 205 983. 
TR# 88  Correlation between Noise Voltages in Antenna Systems, P. G. Cath, October 1958, 2262190T. 
TR# 89  Two InterferometerType DirectionFinding Systems, S. I. Soclof, May 1959, 28992T. AD 220 503. 
TR# 90  Introduction to Linear ShiftRegister Generated Sequences, T. G. Birdsall and M. P. Ristenbatt, October 1958, 2262189T. AD 225 380. 
TR# 93  Detection of A Signal Specified Exactly with a Noisy Stroed Reference Signal, T. G. Birdsall, September l959, 28031T. AD 229 517 
TR# 94  A Graphical Method for Measuring Dielectric Constants at Microwave Frequencies, C. B. Sharpe, September 1959, 28995T, AD 229 935. 
TR# 96  Some Considerations of FourFrequency Nonlinear Reactance Circuits, D. K. Adams, September l959, 28999T. AD 228 521. 
TR# 97  Tables of d", P. B. Elliott, October 1959, 26597T. AD 239 023. 
TR# 98  The Concept of the Ideal Observer in Psychophysics, W. P. Tanner, Jr., T. G. Birdsall, and F. R. Clarke, April 1960, 26596T. AD 239 022. 
TR# 99  Detection of Complex Signals as a Function of Signal Bandwidth and Duration, C. D. Creelman, January 1960, 26598T. AD 239 024. 
TR# 100  Analysis of a Class of SelfBiased Oscillators, F. N. Bailey and A. W. Naylor, January 1961, 289917T. AD 253908. 
TR# 101  Approximations to the Noncentral ChiSquare Distributions with Applications to Signal Detection Models, D. E. Lamphier and T. G. Birdsall, May 1960, 289916T. AD 239 371. 
TR# 102  A Study of Forced Oscillations in a Class of nthOrder Nonlinear Feedback Systems, W. Naylor, January 1960, 289913T. AD 233518. 
TR# 103  A System Approach to the Countermeasures Problem, W. P. Tanner, Jr., April 1960, 289920T. AD 240 669. 
TR# 105  Statistical Measurements of the Detection of a Continuous Signal by a Panoramic Receiver, Q. C. Wilson II, and D. W. Fife, May l960. 
TR# 106  A Study of TravelingWave Directional Filters with Wideband Ferrite Tuning, D. K. Adams, April 1961, 289922T. AD 267 117. 
TR# 107  Synthesis of RLC Networks by Discrete Tschebyscheff Approximations in the Time Domain, H. Ruston, April 1960, 289926T. AD 238 392. 
TR# 110  An Approach to Frequency Identification in FastScanning Panoramic Receivers, D. W. Fife, June 1960, 289929T. AD 242 715. 
TR# 112  Investigation of Narrowband Waveforms Generated by Clocked Pulses, M. P. Ristenbatt, October 1960, 289931T. AD 248 146. 
TR# 114  Human Discrimination of Auditory Duration, C. D. Creelman, October 1960, 265911T. AD 258 748. 
TR# 115  The Theory of Electronic Random Selectors, G. A. Roberts, December 1960, 289937T. AD 258 748. 
TR# 116  The Synthesis of Nonuniform Transmission Lines, P. G. Cath, January 1961, 289941T. AD 250 726. 
TR# 117  A Survey of SingleSideband and Associated Techniques for Voice Communications, A. L. Rock, R. J. Tromley, and D. R. Rothschild, January 1961, 289942T. AD 257 017. 
TR# 118  SIMRAR: Simulated Receiver and Recorder for Statistical Measurements, D. W. Fife, January 1961, 289943T. AD 260 707. 
TR# 119  The Scattering Approach to the Synthesis of Nonuniform Lines, C. B. Sharpe, March 1961, 289951T. AD 258 342. 
TR# 120  Precise Frequency Synthesis Using Non precise Tuning Components, T. W. Butler, Jr., June 1961, 289952T. AD 275 597. 
TR# 121  An Abstract Model for the Pattern Recognition Process, D. L. Richards, April 1961, 36421T. AD 612 037. 
TR# 121D  Spatial Matched Processing for Multipath Propagation, M.A. Dzieciuch and T.G. Birdsall, November 1987, 0800431M TM 121 
TR# 122  An Analysis of the Brett UltraWide band Video Amplifier, D. K. Adams, July 1961, 289955T. AD 264 719. 
TR# 123  Deferred Decision Theory, H. H. Goode, July 1961, 289957T. AD 263 909. 
TR# 124  RemotelyControlled Tactical DirectionFinding Systems, E. M. Aupperle, T. W. Butler, Jr., and D. L. Mills, July 1961, 289958T. AD 267 846. 
TR# 125  System Study Concerning an Antenna Suitable for a SpinningSpinningGoniometer DirectionFinding System, C. E. Lindahl, August 1961, 36973T. 
TR# 128  On Certain Strategies of Signal Detection Using Clipper Crosscorrelator, G. P. Patil and P. Cota, October 1962, 36741T. Ad 288 028. 
TR# 129  On the Detection of a RandomlyDistorted Signal in Gaussian Noise, L. Halstead, T. G. Birdsall, and L. W. Nolte, October 1962, 36742T. AD 291 982. 
TR# 130  A ComputerAugmented Technique for the Design of Likelihood Ratio Receivers, T. G. Birdsall, and L. W. Nolte, October 1962, 36743T. 
TR# 132  Some Computer Experiments with Predictive Coding of Speech, M. P. Ristenbatt and T. Felisky, March 1962, 42512T. AD 274 984. 
TR# 133  Digital Communication Studies, M. P. Ristenbatt, T. G. Birdsall, T. Felisky, and S. B. Weinstein, March 1962, 42512T. AD 275 480. 
TR# 134  A Study of DoubleSideband Reactive Mixers, D. K. Adams, December 1962, 48537T. AD 299 268. 
TR# 135  Impulse Response Synthesis for Networks Characterized by Functions of a FirstOrder Linear Operator, E. L. McMahon, October 1962. 
TR# 136  Theory of Signal Detectability: ObservationDecision Procedures, T. G. Birdsall and R. A. Roberts, January 1964, 036744T. AD 429 220. 
TR# 137  The Michigan Automatic direction Finder, D. L. Mills, February 1964, 0485312T. AD 435 849. 
TR# 138  Effect of Electromagnetic Propagation on the Magnetostatic Modes, W. B. Ribbens, June 1963, 0485318T. AD 412 709. 
TR# 139  Forces Oscillations in a Class of SelfBiased Multimode Oscillators, F. N. Bailey, January 1964, 0485319T. AD 436 335. 
TR# 140  Computational Techniques for Scheduling Problems with Deferral Costs, E. L. Lawler, April 1964, 049671T. AD 603 525. 
TR# 141  A Study of Predictive Docing of Speech with Computer Simulations, J. L. Daws, January 1964, 052311F. 
TR# 142  A Transform Technique for Multivariable, TimeVarying, DiscreteTime, Linear Systems, A. W. Naylor, January 1064, 0485322T. AD 431 267. 
TR# 143  Studies on Digital Communication: Part I: Feasibility of Asynchronous Multiplexing; Part II: Performance of High Speed Digital Communications over Troposcatter Links, M. P. Ristenbatt and K. A. Haines, August 1963, 049511T. AD 416 647. 
TR# 144  Scheduling with Random Arrivals and Linear Loss Functions, D. W. Fife, April 1964, 049672T. AD 449 200. 
TR# 145  Economic Control and Optimization of a Multiconsole Shared Data Processing System, V, L. Wallace, April 1964, 049673T. 
TR# 146  Impedance and Radiation Characteristics of a Ferrite Obstacle in the Aperture of a Rectangular Waveguide, J. C. Palais, August 1964, 061373T. AD 606 189. 
TR# 147  The Rectangular Cavity Slot Antenna with Homogeneous Isotropic Loading, A. T. Adams, March 1064, 055497T. AD 603 657. 
TR# 151  An Algorithm for Concurrent Random Walks on Highly Parallel Parallel Computer, R. F. Rosin, July 1964, 049674T. AD 460 957. 
TR# 152  Stability of Interconnected Systems, F. N. Bailey, July 1964, 054881T. 
TR# 153  Optimal Markovian Queueing Systems, K. Chuang, June 1963, 049675T. 
TR# 155  Considerations in LoranC/D Receiver Design, D. L. Mills, October 1964, 66341F. 
TR# 156  Asynchronous Time Multiplexing of Speech Sources, M. P. Ristenbatt, J. L. Daws, and R. L. Lillie, January 1965, 049513F. AD 457 936. 
TR# 157  Experimental Signal and Error Data from Troposcatter Digital Communication Link, M. P. Ristenbatt and E. P.Gould, November 1964, 049514T. AD 454 533. 
TR# 158  Locked Instability and Forced Oscillations in Automatic Phase Control Systems, E. M. Aupperle, December 1964, 60982T. AD 463 100. 
TR# 159  A Study of the Ferrite PhaseShift Amplifier, W. B. Ribbens, March 1965, 61376T. AD 463 399. 
TR# 160  Computer Techniques for the Evaluation of Detector Performance, J. N. Gittleman, May 1965, 36747T. AD 469 185. 
TR# 161  Theory of Signal Detectability: Composite Deferred Decision Theory, R. A. Roberts, February 1965, 36745T. AD 614 480. 
TR# 163  Adaptive Realizations of Optimum Detectors for Synchronous and Sporadic Recurrent Signals in Noise, L. W.Nolte, March 1965, 36746T. AD 614 705. 
TR# 164  Minimum Peak Amplitude Control, F. M. Waltz, May 1965, 061377T. AD 616 608. 
TR# 165  Study of Linear Sequence Generators, C. C. Hoopes and R. N. Randall, June 1966, 65764T. AD 488 718. 
TR# 166  The Recovery of Clocked Signal Inputs to Linear Dynamic Systems, F. N. Bailey and M. J. Damborg, September 1965, 613711T. AD 478 211. 
TR# 102  TR#167 A Study of Random Access Discrete Address Communications System, Vol. II Study and Analysis, C. C. Ferris, October 1965, 613712T. AD 480 441. 
TR# 168  A FiniteMemory Adaptive Pattern Recognizer, K. B. Irani, September 1065, 0613714T. AD $75 614. 
TR# 170  The Optimal Control Queues, with Applications to Computer Systems, D. W. Fife, October 1965, 068681T. 
TR# 172  On the Best Chebyshev Approximation of an Impulse Response Function at a Finite Set of EquallySpaced Points, B. Fischi, July 1966, 76952T. AD 488 437. 
TR# 174  Experimental Error and Signal Data from High Bit Rate Tactical Tropscatter Digital Communication Link, M. P. Ristenbatt and E. P. Gould, April 1966, 49515F. AD 632 102. 
TR# 175  Design of Signals to Achieve Minimum Amplitude Variations, D. R. Rothschild, August 1966, 76955F. AD 800 067. 
TR# 177  The Theory of Signal Detectability: ROC Curves and Their Character, T. G. Birdsall, January 1973, 03604016T. 
TR# 178  The Phase Synchronization of a Parametric Subharmonic Oscillator, J. L. Cockrell, April 1967, 76958T. AD 653 032. 
TR# 179  Detectability of Recurrence Phenomena, L. W. Nolte and D. Jaarsma, May 1967, 367411T. AD 652 383. 
TR# 180  Analysis of an Aperture Antenna System Loades with an Inhomogeneous Dielectric, J. S. Bitler, May 1967, 769512T. D 653 642. 
TR# 183  Underwater Sound Propagation in the Straits of Florida: The MIMI Experiment of 3 and 4 February 1965, R. Unger and R. Veenkant, May 1967, 367412t. AD 656 636. 
TR# 184  Linear Sequence Generators: A Note on Methods for Obtaining Any Phase Shift of Linear Sequences, T. G. Birdsall and C. C. Hoopes, June 1967, 86271T. 
TR# 186  Underwater Sound Propagation in the Straits of Florida: The MIMI Continuous and Sampled Receptions of 121, 12 and 13 August 1966, R. Unger and R. Veenkant, June 1967, 367414T. AD 660 515. 
TR# 187  Monopole Antenna with a Finite Ground Plane in the Presence of an Infinite Ground, S. B. Rhee, November 1967, 81075T. 
TR# 189  Impedance Characteristics of Pumped Varactors, D. E. Oliver, November 1967, 769516T. AD 825 488. 
TR# 192  The Theory of Signal Detectability: Extension to the Double Composite Hypothesis Situation, R. L. Spooner, April 1968, 367416T. AD 672 920. 
TR# 193  PseudoRandom Number Generators Using Linear Recurrence Relations, C. C. Hoopes, July 1968, 862710T. S 183 816. 
TR# 194  Adaptive Detection Receivers and Reproducing Densities, T. G. Birdsall, July 1968, 367417T. AD 677 466. 
TR# 195  Intersymbol Interference in Binary Communication Systems, C. V. Kimball, August l968, 367418T. AD 674 423. 
TR# 196  The Effect of Noise Level Uncertainty on Detection Performance: A Comparitive Study, R. L. Spooner, March 1969, 367419T. AD 685648. 
TR# 199  Iterative Synthesis of TEMMode Distributed Networks, S. Mahdi, November 1970, 0148212T. S l94 938. 
TR# 200  The Theory of Signal Detectability: Beyesian Philosophy, Classical Statistics, and the Composite Hypothesis, David Jaarsma, February l970, 0367422T. AD 703 327. 
TR# 201  Triband: The Three Band Filter for the Continuing MIMI Experiment, N. Hatter, February 1970, 0367424T. AD 703 248. 
TR# 202  PartialPeriod Correlation of PseudoRandom Binary Sequences, J. L. Daws, Jr., May l970, 0148214T. S l94 918. 
TR# 204  Models for Nonstationary Stochastic Processes with Applications to Underwater Acoustics, P. P. Nuspl, July 1971, 036402T. AD 729 059. 
TR# 205  HighFrequency Transistor Modeling for Circuit Design, A. B. Macnee and R. J. Talsky, May l971, 01482010T. 
TR# 206  Constant Demodulation of the Impulse Response of Bandpass Filters, D. Jaarsma, August l971, 0360403T. AD 729 655. 
TR# 208  Impedence Characterization of a Wave guide Microwave Circuit, R. L. Eisenhart, February 1971, 0148221T. S l94 948. 
TR# 209  The Free Running Detection Problem: The Detection of Randomly Occurring Pulses as they Occur, T. M. Heitmeyer, September l071, 0360405T. AD 732 030. 
TR# 210  Preliminary Report on the CooleyBIFI Experiment, R. M. Heitmeyer and P. W. Wood, October 1971, 0360406T. AD 732 783. 
TR# 211  Design and Analysis of a Parametric Lower Sideband Upconverter, W. A. Davis, September 1971, 01482026T. S l94 976. 
TR# 213  Underwater Sound Propagation in the Straits of Florida: The Preliminary Analysis of the MIMI Experiments of l970, R. M. Heitmeyer, February 1972,0360407T. AD 837 692. 
TR# 214  The Detection of Randomly Occurring Events with Random Durations, J. M. Heitmeyer, November l971, 0360408T. AD 734 026. 
TR# 216  Modulation by Linear Maximum Shift Register Sequences: Amplitude, Biphase and ComplementPhase Modulation, T. G. Birdsall, R. M. Heitmeyer, and K. Metzger, December l971, 0360409T. AD 735 l37. 
TR# 217  The MIMI Field Test of July l970, R. M. Heitmeyer, June l972, 03604010T. AD 744 982. 
TR# 218  Modeling and Analysis of Tuned Power Amplifiers, N. E. Abbott, November 1971, 01482029T. S l94 984. 
TR# 219  Underwater Sound Propagation in the Straits of Florida: The Miami LunarCycle Receptions, R. Veenkant and E. Tury, January l972, 03604011T. AD 736 229. 
TR# 222  Digital Communications: Detectors and Estimators for the TimeVarying Channel with Intersymbol Interference, Messerschmitt, April l973, 0105861T. AD 759 418. 
TR# 223  The l971l972 Deep Ocean Propagation Experiment: Preliminary Results, Part I: LongTerm Power Measurements, T. G. Birdsall, K. Metzger, Jr., and C. L. Bell, September l973, 03604017T. AD 767 380. 
TR# 224  The Theory of Signal Detectability: CycloStationary Processes in Additive Noise, J. R. Lapointe, Jr., October l973, 03604019T. Ad 769 230. 
TR# 225  Simultaneous Detection and Estimation: The Use of Sufficient Statistics and Reproducing Probability Densities, J. O. Gobien, November l973, 0048603T. AD 770 176. 
TR# 226  Investigation of the Propagation Stability of a Time Spread Underwater Acoustic Channel, R. L. Veenkant, May l974, 0048604T. AD 778 683. 
TR# 227  The Use of ComputerGenerated Pictures to Extract Information from Underwater Acoustic Transfer Function Data. G. N. Cederquist, April 1975, 0135141T. ADA0l0229. 
TR# 228  PANOIC77; Part I: The PANOIC77 Sequence Signal; Part II: The PANOIC77 Controller and Signal Generator, T. G. Birdsall, G.E. J. Bold, and K. A. Winick, March l978, 0133765T. ADAO53101. 
TR# 229  Measurements of the Frequency Dependence Modes, Reprint from J. of the Acoustical Society of America, T. G. Birdsall et al., October 1978, o133766T. ADAO62279. 
TR# 230  Spectral Estimation of AllPole Processes Using Bayesian Techniques, R. J. Carpinella, June l978, 0133767T. ADAO59065. 
TR# 231  Signal Processing Equipment and Techniques for Use in Measuring Ocean Acoustic Multipath Structures, K. Metzger, Jr., December l983, 0173921T. 
TR# 232  Digital Coding for Underwater Acoustic Multipath Channels, Hyuck Moon Kwon, December l984, 0217791T. 
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