Good. This is a clean, solid, straight book with clean though tanned text pages and firm hinges. The corners and spine ends are very lightly bumped. No dust jacket. Name of the previous owner is on the front end page. Third printing.
Fine. No dust jacket. Book is in great condition. Normal age toning on pages. No markings on pages. Small pencil mark on back cover of early price. xi, 461 p. : diagrs.; 24 cm. Includes Illustrations. Includes bibliographies.
Fair to Good in None jacket. Book Textblock is tanned but unmarked. Binding is tight. Brown boards and spine are dust soiled and faded. Spine has silver lettering. Corners and spine are bumped, scuffed and fraying. Edges are dust soiled. 461 pgs. Previous owner stamped name on top edge and inside front board. Previous owner wrote inside front board and on LEP where erasure red marks show.
Very Good+ No Dust Jacket Present. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. First published in 1949, this book is the second printing from March 1950, 461 pages. "I believe that this is the first book ever written that presents the basic theory of transmission lines together with applications to the three fields of power, telephony, and ultrahigh frequency. The basic theory has three main divisions: 1) transmission-line parameters, 2) steady-state phenomena, and 3) transient phenomena." VERY GOOD+ HARDCOVER, lettering is bright on the red spine.
UsedFair. Hardcover; edge wear, scuffing, fading, staining to cover; former owner's n ame written on front end page, which also had some moisture at the bottom a t one point; remainder of text is fine; notes written on pages following in dex; otherwise in fair condition with clean text, tight binding.
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