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Hooper, Stanford Caldwell, 1884-1955 National Library of the Netherlands-test Library of Congress/NACO

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VIAF ID: 11540119 (Personal)

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[Aircraft radio] [Commander George Almour describes development of radio installation]. Library of Congress/NACO
[Aviation radio, Captain R.A. Lavender] Library of Congress/NACO
[History of Navy radio] Commander George Almour ; N. Y. Wireless School 1905 Library of Congress/NACO
[List of important projects for Buships Radio] Library of Congress/NACO
[Mr. Charles R. Speaker describes Navy initiated conferences to push development and standardization of vacuum tubes] Library of Congress/NACO
Mr. Innis pioneered the radio in 1934 for Northwest Airlines and 1946 for National Airlines Library of Congress/NACO
[My 37th anniversary, introducing my wife and daughter] [policy about credit for achievements]. Library of Congress/NACO
[Nationalization of radio and formation of RCA] Library of Congress/NACO
[The Naval communication reserve quotes Doctor E.F. MacDonald, USNR, on amateur radio contribution to Navy] [the allocation of a frequency band, Veternans Band, renamed as Citizens Radio Amateur Band]. Library of Congress/NACO
[Navy built shortwave sets and had service test from Washington to London, 1923-1924, Panama to Washington] Library of Congress/NACO
[Navy Department authorized Naval Research Lab to construct a shortwave set for fleet flag to make tests during Australian cruse, 1923-1924] Library of Congress/NACO
Navy Radio Board policy establishes rules Library of Congress/NACO
[Organization of Naval Communications, continued] Library of Congress/NACO
Origin of Radio Technical Committee for Aeronautics Library of Congress/NACO
[Portable field radio sets] Library of Congress/NACO
President Harding, first president of USA broadcasting, 1921, radio his inaugural address Library of Congress/NACO
[President of United States in 1904 orders Navy Jurisdiction over Coastal and Overseas Radio] [construction of Navy high power canal zone station]. Library of Congress/NACO
[R.E. Gillmor describes history of Professor Elmer A. Sperry's gyro compass and joint development by Sperry Gyro Co. and U.S. Navy] Library of Congress/NACO
[R.E. Gillmor, former ensign, USN, describes pioneering advances of Sperry Gyro Corp. into electronics field] Library of Congress/NACO
[Radar, no. 1, 1922-1943] Library of Congress/NACO
[Radio aids to navigation, continued] Library of Congress/NACO
[Radio allocation of frequency channels up to 1915] Library of Congress/NACO
[Radio broadcasting resulting from tests by U.S. Navy] Library of Congress/NACO
Radio piloting cable idea by Earl Hanson, A. Crossley Library of Congress/NACO
[Rear Admiral Hall Mayfield speaks about his tour of duty in Naval Communications, 1918-1925] [Hooper speaks about preparations for the International Radio Conference of 1927]. Library of Congress/NACO
[Rear Admiral Hooper and Captain L.F. Stafford speak about radio intelligence and security] Library of Congress/NACO
[Rear Admiral Stanford Caldwell Hooper recounts the history of Commender (retired) Anthony Pratska] Library of Congress/NACO
[Rear Admiral Stanford Caldwell Hooper speaks about the early work in development of radio control of guided missiles] Library of Congress/NACO
[Recommendations by Board for Recommending Development of Means for Combating Enemy Marines, June 1917] Library of Congress/NACO
[Relative value of shore D.F. system compared with ship radio D.R.'s for navigation and SOS] Library of Congress/NACO
Reminiscences of my tour of duty in radio 1912-1915 Library of Congress/NACO
[I report to Chief of Bureau of Engineering for duty, as Head of Radio Division, April 7, 1915] [status of Bureau at that time]. Library of Congress/NACO
[Review of transatlantic receiving system and development in World War I] Library of Congress/NACO
Robison's manual of radio telegraphy and telephony for use of naval radiomen Library of Congress/NACO
[Seizure of non-government radio stations in USA by Navy on outbreak of World War I, 1917] Library of Congress/NACO
[Shore high power radio, continued] [construction of the pioneer transpacific and transcontinental Navy radio circuit]. Library of Congress/NACO
[Shore radio stations, continued] [underground and underwater radio tests, 1916]. Library of Congress/NACO
[Shore radio stations] [U.S. Radio Station, Radio, VA (Arlington), 1909-1913]. Library of Congress/NACO
[Songs and early biography] Library of Congress/NACO
[Standard specifications issued to all contractors for all types of approved radio sets, receivers, etc. to use for World War I, 1916-1917] Library of Congress/NACO
[Stanford Caldwell Hooper describes methods of detectinon from coherer to telephony detector, electrolyte detector, etc.] Library of Congress/NACO
[Stanford Caldwell Hooper describes the first experiments in 1915 by American Telephone and Telegraph Company with long distance radio telephony] Library of Congress/NACO
[Stanford Caldwell Hooper illustrates Navy's lack of interest in radio] [lack of magnitude and importance assigned to radio in 1915]. Library of Congress/NACO
[Stanford Caldwell Hooper recommended at Washington International Radio Conference in 1927 that high frequency bands be allocated internationally] Library of Congress/NACO
[Stanford Caldwell Hooper tells stories of cruises at sea] [ship accidents, groundings, etc. narrowly averted]. Library of Congress/NACO
[Stanford Caldwell Hooper traces development of low, medium, high, and very high frequencies] Library of Congress/NACO
[Stanford Caldwell Hooper's review of situation in transocean radio on outbreak of World War I] [steps taken to integrate all commercial and amateur radio stations with U.S. Naval Radio Service]. Library of Congress/NACO
[Story about Secretary Daniels and cabinet visiting fleet] [inspects wireless and discussions of G.W. system]. Library of Congress/NACO
[Strategical radio, fleet radio with shore radio system] Library of Congress/NACO
[Stratigical radio, radio direction finder, continued] Library of Congress/NACO
[Summarizing tactical signalling by radio, 1911-1912] Library of Congress/NACO
[Tactical radio] [C in C report that time shifters have done away with radio interference problems and signals, now satisfactory]. Library of Congress/NACO
[Tactical radio signalling, outbreak World War I, Fleet at Vera Cruz, battles of Coronel, Chile, and Faulkland Islands] Library of Congress/NACO
[Taking an interest in applying radio to Navy] Library of Congress/NACO
[Teaches fleet use of radio for signals] Library of Congress/NACO
Transfer sending apparatus to Arlington Naval Radio Station to permit Air Station to resume research Library of Congress/NACO
[U.S. fleet radio in 1914 and Mr. O'Brian sends 2000 code groups to Lt. Hooper] Library of Congress/NACO
[U.S. Navy made the first world wide service test of high frequency communication in Pacific during U.S. fleet cruise San Francisco to and from Australia, 1925] Library of Congress/NACO
[William H. Medd, Chief Radioman in Navy Radio, 1918 through wold wars I and II] Library of Congress/NACO

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