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Andres, MV, Foulds, KWH and Tudor, MJ (1988) A novel frequency out optical fibre sensing technique IEEE J Lightwave Technology, 6, (10)

Andres, MV, Foulds, KWH and Tudor, MJ (1988) A novel frequency out optical fibre sensing technique

Andres, MV, Foulds, KWH and Tudor, MJ (1988) Sensitivity of a frequency out silicon pressure sensor Sensors and Actuators, 15

Brignell, John E, White, Neil M and Cranny, Andy (1988) Sensor applications of thick film technology IEE Proceedings Part 1: Solid State and Electronic Devices, 135, pp. 77-84.

Cranny, Andy and Atkinson, John K (1988) Thick film silver - silver chloride reference electrodes Measurement Science and Technology, 9, pp. 1557-1565.

Hey, A J G, Surridge, M and Reeve, J S (1988) Migration Aids for Transputers

Reeve, J S (1988) A General Communications Harness for Transputer Nets

Sykulski, J.K. (1988) Computer package for calculating electric and magnetic fields exploiting dual energy bounds IEE Proceedings A, 135, (3), pp. 145-150.

Sykulski, J.K. (1988) Review of the book: 'Introduction to Electrical Energy Systems'

Sykulski, J.K. and Hammond, P. (1988) Calculation of Electric and Magnetic Field by Means of the Method of Tubes and Slices In Electromagnetic Fields in Electrical Engineering. Plenum Press., pp. 63-8.

Tudor, MJ, Andres, MV, Foulds, KWH and Naden, JM (1988) Silicon resonator sensors: interrogation techniques and characteristics IEE Proc D, 135, (5)

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