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Title United Nations Conference on the Application of Science and Technology for the Benefit of the Less Developed Areas papers. L-L.2.4
Imprint Geneva : United Nations, 1963
 Modern History Library  A 338.91 U58u  L-L.2.4    AVAILABLE    30550100418886
 Agenda item: L 
 E/CONF.39/L/12Educational services / John Scupham 
 E/CONF.39/L/17Uses of meteorological satellites / Secretary-General of the World Meteorological Organization 
 E/CONF.39/L/21Telecommunications as an instrument for the collection and distribution of meteorological data / Secretary-General of the World Meteorological Organization 
 E/CONF.39/L/25New uses of mass communication for the promotion of economic and social development / Wilbur Schramm, Gerald F. Winfield 
 E/CONF.39/GR.51(L)Communications: report of the Conference Secretary-General 
 E/CONF.39/L/57Rational set-up of television and U.S.W.-F.M. broadcasting networks / L. Kostyushko 
 E/CONF.39/L/76Radio as an aid to socio-cultural advancement / Abraham A. Moles 
 Agenda item: L.1 
 E/CONF.39/L/11Unification and expansion through telecommunications / S. Yussuf 
 E/CONF.39/L/35Provision of an economic telephone service in less developed countries / A.W. Le Fevre 
 Agenda item: L.1.1 
 E/CONF.39/L/55The efficacy of broadcasting media / J.J. Matras 
 E/CONF.39/L/67The development of the national telecommunications system in Australia and New Guinea / R.W. Turnbull...[et al.] 
 Agenda item: L.1.2 
 E/CONF.39/L/7Long-range development plan of telecommunications in Taiwan (1962-1971) / Shih-Yan Lung 
 Agenda item: L.1.4 
 E/CONF.39/L/3Organisation for the protection of radiocommunication by planning frequencies and checking electrical equipment / J. Mayer De Stadelhofen 
 Agenda item: L.2 
 E/CONF.39/L/54Broadcasting by radio and wire in areas less developed from the point of view of communications and having different densities of population / W. Scholz 
 Agenda item: L.2.1 
 E/CONF.39/L/15Gradual development of broadcasting and television networks / Istvan Barta, Cyula Kodolanyi 
 E/CONF.39/L/51Australia's experience with a dual system of national and commercial broadcasting and television / D. McDonald 
 E/CONF.39/L/72Conditions for establishing television networks in the development countries / Armand Gaillard 
 Agenda item: L.2.2 
 E/CONF.39/L/1Methods of improving broadcasting reception: low cost receivers as a mean of making broadcasting available to the masses / S. Thiruvenkachari 
 E/CONF.39/L/27Telecommunications: the nervous system of a nation's economy / M.J. Briend 
 E/CONF.39/L/30Broadcasting and television policies / Salah Amer 
 E/CONF.39/L/46The distribution of broadcasting programmes over wired systems / Major G.W. Philips, R. Signals, P.A. Shears 
 E/CONF.39/L/52Procedures designed to improve radio broadcast reception / Jorge Castro Briones 
 E/CONF.39/L/61Methods of improving broadcasting transmission and reception / Salah Amer, Aly Abu-Kandeel, Abdel Latif I. Ahmed 
 E/CONF.39/L/75Methods of improving broadcasting reception / Werner G.K. Scholz 
 Agenda item: L.2.3 
 E/CONF.39/L/8Televion re-transmitters / M.C. Delaize 
 E/CONF.39/L/37Methods of improving communications / Tomas Guzman Cantu 
 E/CONF.39/L/57Rational set-up of television and U.S.W.-F.M. broadcasting network / L. Kostyushko 
 E/CONF.39/L/71Television recording techniques in broadcasting / D.P. Leggatt, L.W. Turner 
 Agenda item: L.2.4 
 E/CONF.39/L/42Education through rural broadcasting / R.G. Thompson 
 E/CONF.39/L/62The enrichment of teaching by the use of school broadcasts / F. Watts 
 E/CONF.39/L/63Teaching languages by radio / F. Watts 
 E/CONF.39/L/74Model for application of a new system of communication to modern educational methods: a case history / Vernon Bronson 
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