Transductor References
Updated 27 February 2003
    
    
  1. Aggers, C.V. and W.E. Pakala, "Direct-Current Controlled Reactors," The Electric Journal, Feb 1937, pp. 55-59.
    
    
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  29. Jensen, M.D. and L.C. Howlett, "Wide Frequency Range Sine Wave VCO with a Tunable Inductor and Capacitor," IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, Vol. 38, No. 4, Aug 1989, pp. 876-881.
    
    
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  51. Post, R.C., "Inductance Coil," US Patent #2,628,342, 10 Feb 1953.
    
    
  52. Pressman, A.I. and J.P. Blewett, "A 300- to 4,000-Kilocycle Electrically Tuned Oscillator," Proceedings of the IRE, Jan 1951, pp. 74-77.
    
    
  53. Querfurth, W.M.W., "Saturable Core Tuning Inductor," US Patent #2,997,584, 22 Aug 1961.
    
    
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  55. Remis, I., I. Bady, and G. Sands, "Planar Ferrites for Permeability Tuning in the Very High Frequency Region," Proceedings 1966 Electronic Components Conference, pp. 426-437.
    
    
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  60. Schlike, H.M., "ESSENTIALS OF DIELECTROMAGNETIC ENGINEERING," Wiley, 1961.
    
    
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  76. Watson, J.K., "On the Nonlinearities of Inductors Using Linear Ferrite Toroidal Cores," IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Vol. MAG-17, No. 3, May 1981, pp. 1320-1325.
    
    
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  78. Webb, J.S., "Variation in the Longitudinal Incremental Permeability Due to a Superimposed Circular Field," Nature, 29 Oct 1938, p. 795.
    
    
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