John Ashworth Ratcliffe, PhD

University of Cambridge University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
"John Ratcliffe"

He and his University of Cambridge group did much pioneering work on the ionosphere, immediately prior to World War II. He was one of many leading radio scientists who worked at the Telecommunications Research Establishment during WW2

Mean distance: 11.17
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Arthur Henry Waynick research assistant 1939 Cambridge
Basil Hugh Briggs grad student University of Adelaide
Joseph L. Pawsey grad student 1935 Cambridge
Henry G. Booker grad student 1936 Cambridge
Martin Ryle grad student 1936-1939 Oxford
Ronald Newbold Bracewell grad student 1949 Cambridge (E-Tree)
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Appleton EV, Farmer FT, Ratcliffe JA. (1938) Magnetic double refraction of medium radio waves in the ionosphere [1] Nature. 141: 409-410
Ratcliffe JA, Pawsey JL. (1933) A study of the intensity variations of downcoming wireless waves Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society. 29: 301-318
Appleton EV, Ratcliffe JA. (1932) Polarisation of wireless echoes [1] Nature. 130: 472
Ratcliffe JA. (1931) The absorption of energy by a wireless aerial Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society. 27: 588-592
Ratcliffe JA, Vedy LG. (1930) On a Type of Automatically Interrupted Triode Oscillations Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society. 26: 236-251
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