The Boonton Radio Corp "Notebook"

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   Magazine of the noted manufacturer of the Q Meter and other equipment
The Boonton Notebook began in Spring, 1954 and was announced as a quarterly journal.
The Boonton Radio Corporation was founded in 1934 by William D. Loughlin and others in Boonton, New Jersey. The company developed and manufactured many innovative instruments, the most significant (and earliest) being the Q meter. The instruments they developed were mostly used for measuring for radio technology.
In 1959, Hewlett-Packard purchased Boonton Radio Corporation as a "wholly owned subsidiary" and continued to sell a number of its products, including the RX meter. Boonton Radio Corporation was the second acquisition HP made.
 
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Boonton Radio Corporation - Date and Issue Number
1950 1951 1952 1953 1954
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1965
March (37)
This is a complete collections.
Many seasons or months were skipped.