For people with an interest in French life and language
The second of four programmes in which French speakers, talking in their own language, answer listeners' questions about France and the French point of view. Difficult words, phrases, and idioms are translated. and the speakers' answers summarised in English
Signals Without Noise by R. A. Smith , Ph.D. of the. Royal Radar Establishment, Malvern Microwaves have many applications in radar and satellite communications, but their use is limited by the unwanted noise generated inside conventional receivers, which can often swamp useful signals. Until recently scientists thought that this problem was insuperable. This talk explains the difficulties, and how they have now been overcome.
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