Electrical Engineering
      and Computer Sciences

Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

UC Berkeley

   

Ph.D. Dissertations - 1960

A Field Theory Analysis of Electromechanical Energy Conversion in the Induction Machine with Sleeve Rotor
Edward C. Guilford [advisor: Robert M. Saunders]

A Study of the Hall Effect in Gaseous Conductors
Byron N. Edwards [advisor: Diogenes J. Angelakos]

Active RC Synthesis with Prescribed Sensitivities
Lawrence P. Huelsman [advisor: Donald O. Pederson]

Analysis of Nonlinear Sampled-Data Systems with Pulse-Width Modulators
Takashi T. Kadota [advisor: Eliahu I. Jury]

Electromagnetic Scattering
William J. Welch [advisor: V. H. Rumsey]

New Analysis and Design Proceddures for Feedback Amplifiers
Mohammad S. Ghausi [advisor: Donald O. Pederson]

Noise in Backward-Wave Amplifiers
Howard R. Jory [advisor: John R. Whinnery]

Paramagnetic Resonance, Maser Oscillation, and Electron Spin Echoes in Neutron-Irradiated Calcite
James C. Kemp [advisor: Jerome R. Singer]

Synthesis of n-Port RC Networks
Jose E. Olivares [advisor: Ernest S. Kuh]

Synthesis of Non-Reciprocal and Reciprocal Finite Passive 2n-Poles
Robert W. Newcomb [advisor: Charles A. Desoer]

The Design of Relay-Type Control Systems for Random Inputs
Paul K.-C. Wang [advisor: Arthur M. Hopkin]

Traveling-Wave Tube Large-Signal Theory, with Application to Amplifiers Having DC Voltage Tapered with Distance
Robert L. Hess [advisor: John R. Whinnery]