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    Spacecraft Technology

    The early years  
    Mark Williamson  2006

    This book charts the fascinating story of the early Space Age, encompassing the launch of the first satellites and the landing of men on the Moon. While concentrating on the most significant technology developments, it places them in the context of historical events, specific missions and the individuals that made it all happen.

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    The Struggle for Unity

    Colour television, the formative years  
    Russell W. Burns  2008

    This book traces the evolution of colour television from 1928, when rudimentary colour television was demonstrated for the first time to c. 1966, when the NTSC system and its variants, the PAL and SECAM systems, became widely available for the entertainment, education and enlightenment of society.

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    How to Build Successful Business Relationships

    Frances Kay  2009

    This book teaches you how to maximise your business contacts, network to make valuable connections and develop successful professional relationships. If you are new to your job or starting out in your career it is designed to help you make the most of opportunities offered.

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    An international history of the formative years  
    R.W. Burns  1998

    This book presents a balanced, thorough history of television to 1940, considering the factors technical, financial and social which influenced and led to the establishment of many of the world's high-definition TV broadcasting services. This is a major book in the study of history of science, technology and media.

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    Wireless: The Crucial Decade

    History of the British wireless industry 1924-34  
    Gordon Bussey  1990

    This book describes the broadcasting trends and receiver developments in Europe and America, and includes a detailed account of wireless development in Britain.

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    Lean Product Development

    A manager's guide  
    Colin Mynott  2012

    A manager's guide to the application of lean principles to product development, explaining what needs to be done in order to successfully complete the complex task of developing products that are successful in the market.

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    The Correspondence of Michael Faraday

    Volume 2: 1832-1840  
    Frank A.J.L. James  1993

    Volume 2 covers the 1830s, a period when Faraday pursued the consequences of his discovery of electromagnetic induction and revised entirely the theories of electrochemistry and the nature of electricity. His correspondents include scientists of the day as well as antiquaries, military men, artists and politicians.

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    History of Telegraphy

    Ken Beauchamp  2001

    This book records the growth of telegraphy over two centuries, depicting the discoveries and ingenuity of the experimenters and engineers involved, the equipment they designed and built, and the organisation, applications and effects on society.

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    Continuing Professional Development

    A practical approach  
    John Lorriman  1997

    Continuing professional development (CPD) is a major issue for all the engineering institutions, as well as other professional bodies. This book is designed to enable readers to take a personal responsibility for developing their own skills, competence and career continually.