John Bray (communications engineer)
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- Bray, W.J. and Lowry, W.R.H. (1939). A New Short-wave Transatlantic Radio Receiver. POEEJ 32 (1): 24-31
- Bray, W.J. (1948). The Possibilities of Super-High-Frequency Radio and Waveguide Systems for Telecommunications, IPOEE Printed Paper No. 197, 1948.
- Booth, C.F. and Bray, W.J. (1949). A report on microwave radio relay and waveguide systems studied in USA. Report by Experimental and Development Branch of Post Office Engineering Department. (Copy held in UK National Archives WO 195/10701.)
- Bray, W.J. (1950). A Survey of Modern Radio Valves. Part 6(a). Valves for Use at Frequencies Above 3,000 Mc/s, POEEJ 43 (3): 148-153
- Bray, W.J. (1951). A Survey of Modern Radio Valves. Part 6(b). Valves for Use at Frequencies Above 3,000 Mc/s, POEEJ 43 (4): 187-191
- Bray, J. (1995). The Communications Miracle: Telecommunications Pioneers from Morse to the Information Superhighway, Perseus Books, ISBN 0-306-45042-9
- Bray, J. (1999). Then, Now and Tomorrow: The Autobiography of a Communications Engineer, The Book Guild Ltd, ISBN 1-85776-481-1
- Bray, J. (2002). Innovation and the Communications Revolution, Institution of Electrical Engineers, ISBN 0-85296-218-5
- Times Obituary
- IET, "Satcoms pioneer John Bray dies, aged 92"
- The First Trans-Atlantic Transmission of Television on 10 July 1962, By John Bray
- Works by or about John Bray in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
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