John Kraus making radio field strength measurements

John Kraus making radio field strength measurements near Ann Arbor, Michigan, at 5-meters wavelength in connection with his PhD dissertation research in physics. Professor Neil H. Williams of the University of Michigan Physics Department was Kraus' advisor. Williams made some of the earliest measurements of electron noise and was the inventor of the screen-grid vacuum tube., Credit Line: AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives, gift of John D. Kraus
Abstract/Description: John Kraus making radio field strength measurements near Ann Arbor, Michigan, at 5-meters wavelength in connection with his PhD dissertation research in physics. Professor Neil H. Williams of the University of Michigan Physics Department was Kraus' advisor. Williams made some of the earliest measurements of electron noise and was the inventor of the screen-grid vacuum tube.
Subject(s): Radio Antennas
Equipment and supplies
Outdoors
Ann Arbor (Mich.)
Kraus, John Daniel, 1910-2004
Date Created: circa 1932
Credit Line: AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives, gift of John D. Kraus
Catalog ID: Kraus John F1