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Reference numberEC/1938/05
Previous numbersCert XIV, 250; A02140
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TitleEckersley, Thomas Lydwell: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationDistinguished for mathematical and experimental investigations in the theory and practice of wireless telegraphy. Author of papers on 'The Effect of the Heaviside Layer on the Apparent Deviation of Electromagnetic Waves' (Rad Rev, 2, 1921); 'The Compton Scattering and the Structure of Radiation' (Phil Mag 2, 1926); 'Critical Frequency in an Ionised Medium' (ibid, 9, 1930); 'An Investigation of Short Waves' (Journ Inst Elect Eng, 67, 1929); 'On the connection between the Ray Theory of Electric Waves and Dynamics' ('Proceedings' A, 132, 1931); 'Radio Transmission Problems Theory treated by Phase Integral Methods' ('Proceedings' A, 136, 1932); and other original contributions on Electromagnetic Theory and on Radio communication Practice.
ProposersW H Eccles; S Chapman; E V Appleton; G C Simpson; Alexander Russell; J Swinburne
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Eckersley, Thomas Lydwell: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8210Eckersley; Thomas Lydwell (1886 - 1959)1886 - 1959
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