[Kraus in Ohio State classroom, 1970s]
In Ohio State classroom, helical antenna in background; 1970s. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Ohio State radio telescope antenna, August 1952]
Ohio State radio telescope antenna, August 1952. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Kraus at Big Ear antenna, late-1960s]
At Big Ear antenna, late 1960s. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Kraus high school graduation photo, 1926]
High school graduation, 1926. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Big Ear antenna, late-1960s]
Ohio State radio telescope, "Big Ear". (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Kraus in group, 1939]
L to R: Goudsmit, Yoakum, Heisenberg, Fermi, Kraus, 1939. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[John and Alice Kraus, 1997]
John and Alice Kraus, 1997. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Kraus with flattop beam antenna, 1939]
With flattop beam antenna, 1939. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Kraus cutting wood, 1965]
Cutting wood, summer 1965. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Kraus at APS special session, June 2003]
APS Special Session, June 2003. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Kraus with ham radio group, 1939]
With ham radio group, 1939. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)


Publications of John D. Kraus, 1933-2004


Kraus, J.D. The propagation and measurement in absolute units of ultra-high-frequency radio waves. PhD thesis, University of Michigan, 1933.

Books

Kraus, J.D. Elements of Electromagnetics. Columbus, Ohio, Long's College Book Co., 1949.

Kraus, J.D. Antennas. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1950.

  • Kraus, J.D. Antennas, 2nd edition. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1988.

  • Kraus, J.D. and Marhefka, R.J. Antennas for All Applications, 3rd edition of Antennas. New York, McGraw-Hill, 2002.

Kraus, J.D. Electromagnetics. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1953.

  • Kraus, J.D. and Carver, K. Electromagnetics, 2nd edition. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1973.

  • Kraus, J.D. Electromagnetics, 3rd edition. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1984.

  • Kraus, J.D. Electromagnetics, 4th edition. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1992.

  • Kraus, J.D. and Fleisch, D.A. Electromagnetics with Applications, 5nd edition of Electromagnetics. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1999.

Kraus, J.D. Radio Astronomy. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1966.

  • Radio Astronomy, 2nd edition. Powell, Ohio, Cygnus-Quasar, 1986.

Kraus, J.D. Big Ear. Powell, Ohio, Cygnus-Quasar, 1976.

  • Kraus, J.D. Big Ear Two. Powell, Ohio, Cygnus-Quasar, 1995.

Kraus, J.D. Our Cosmic Universe. Powell, Ohio, Cygnus-Quasar, 1980.

Articles in the Open Literature

Muyskens, H.; Kraus, J.D. Some characteristics of ultra-high-frequency transmission. IRE Proc., 21, 1302, 1933.

Kraus, J.D. The radio amateur in the Soviet Union. QST, 18 (Nov.), 1934.

Kraus, J.D. Beam antenna notes. R/9, 72, 44, 1935.

Kraus, J.D. Directive antenna systems for 14 megacycle operation. R/9, 67, 10, 1935.

Kraus, J.D. More of the flat-top beam antennas [Editor's title: By popular demand]. Radio, no. 220, 10, 1937.

Kraus, J.D. Rotary flat-top beam antennas. Radio, no. 224, 11, 1937.

Kraus, J.D. A small but effective flat-top beam. Radio, no. 217, 56, 1937.

Kraus, J.D.; Cork, J.M. Radioactive isotopes of palladium and silver from palladium. Phys. Rev., 52, 763, 1937.

Kraus, J.D. Directional antennas with closely-spaced elements. QST, 22 (Jan.), 21, 1938.

Kraus, J.D. Flat-top beam antennas. Television and Short-Wave World, 11 (Feb.), 101, 1938.

Kraus, J.D. New design data on the flat-top beam. Radio, no. 230, 15, 1938.

Kraus, J.D. Receiving with the flat-top beam antenna. Radio and Television, 9, 398, 1938.

Kraus, J.D.; Spoole, R.R. Optional end-fire directivity with the flat-top beam antenna. Radio, no. 225, 85, 1938.

Kraus, J.D. Characteristics of antennas with closely-spaced elements. Radio, Feb., 9, 1939.

Kraus, J.D. Multi-wire doublet antennas. Radio, no. 239, 24, 1939.

Kraus, J.D. Multi-wire type antennas. Radio, no. 240, 21, 1939.

Kraus, J.D. Square-corner reflector. Radio, March, 19, 1939.

Kraus, J.D. Twin-three flat-top beam antenna. Radio, no. 243, 11, 1939.

Kraus, J.D.; Taylor, H.E. Compact H-beam antenna. Radio, no. 242, 34, 1939.

Kraus, J.D. Antenna arrays with closely spaced elements. IRE Proc., 28, 76, 1940.

Kraus, J.D. Corner-reflector antenna. IRE Proc., 28, 513, 1940.

Kraus, J.D. Multi-wire dipole antennas. Electronics, 13 (Jan.), 26, 1940.

Kraus, J.D. The square-corner reflector beam antenna for ultra-high frequencies. QST, 24 (Nov.), 18, 1940.

Kraus, J.D. Three-band rotary antenna. Radio, no. 246, 23, 1940.

Kraus, J.D.; Sturgeon, S.S. The T-matched antenna. QST, 24 (Sept.), 24, 1940.

Kraus, J.D.; Taylor, H.E. The double twin-3 beam antenna. Radio, no. 252, 20, 1940.

Kraus, J.D.; Teed, R.W. Diathermy measurement technique. Electronics, 13 (Dec), 39, 1940.

Teed, R.W.; Kraus, J.D. Ultrahigh frequency diathermy in otolaryngology, with especial reference to dosage measurement. Archives of Otolaryngology, 34, 743, 1941.

Alford, A.; Kraus, J.D.; Barkofsky, E.C. Principles of direction finding. Very High Frequency Techniques (McGraw-Hill), 199, 1947.

Kraus, J.D. Helical beam antenna. Electronics, 20 (April), 109, 1947.

Kraus, J.D.; Clark, H.K.; Barkofsky, E.C.; Stavis, G. Antennas for direction finders. Very High Frequency Techniques (McGraw-Hill), 218, 1947.

Glasser, O.J.; Kraus, J.D. Measured impedances of helical beam antennas. J. Appl. Phys., 19, 193, 1948.

Kraus, J.D. Helical beam antennas for wide-band applications. IRE Proc., 36, 1236, 1948.

Kraus, J.D.; Williamson, J.C. Characteristics of helical antennas radiating in the axial mode. J. Appl. Phys., 19, 87, 1948.

Kraus, J.D. The helical antenna. IRE Proc., 37, 263, 1949.

Kraus, J.D. Helical beam antenna design techniques. Communications, 29 (Sept.), 6, 1949.

Tice, T.E.; Kraus, J.D. The influence of conductor size on the properties of helical beam antennas. IRE Proc., 37, 1296, 1949.

Kraus, J.D. A helix theorem. IRE Proc., 39, 563, 1951.

Kraus, J.D. The Ohio State Radio Telescope. Sky & Tel., 12, 157, 1953.

Kraus, J.D.; Ko, H.C. Radio radiation from the supergalaxy. Nature, 172, 538, 1953.

Kraus, J.D.; Ksiazek, E. New techniques in radio astronomy. Electronics, 26 (Sept.), 148, 1953.

Ko, H.C.; Kraus, J.D. Radio map of the Milky Way. Sky & Tel., 14, 22, 1954. [unsigned news article]

Kraus, J.D. Radiation from the galaxy and supergalaxy at 250 megacycles per second. AJ, 59, 113, 1954.

Kraus, J.D.; Ko, H.C.; Matt, S. Galactic and localized source observations at 250 megacycles per second. AJ, 59, 439, 1954.

Ko, H.C.; Kraus, J.D. Radio-frequency radiation from the Rosette Nebula. Nature, 176, 221, 1955.

Kraus, J.D. Distribution of radio brightness across the Andromeda Nebula. Nature, 175, 502, 1955.

Kraus, J.D. A preliminary study of the magnitude distribution of celestial radio sources. AJ, 60, 398, 1955.

Kraus, J.D. Radio astronomy at The Ohio State University. [Ohio State University] Graduate School Record, 8, (6), 3, 1955.

Kraus, J.D. Radio astronomy at The Ohio State University. [Ohio State University] News in Engineering, (Nov.), 9, 1955.

Kraus, J.D. Radio telescopes. Sci. Am., 192 (3), 36, 1955.

Kraus, J.D.; Ko, H.C. A detailed radio map of the sky. Nature, 175, 159, 1955.

Kraus, J.D.; Ko, H.C. The radio position of the galactic nucleus. ApJ, 122, 139, 1955.

Kraus, J.D.; Ko, H.C.; Stoutenberg, D.V. A fluctuating celestial radio source at 242 megacycles per second. Nature, 176, 304, 1955.

Matt, S.; Kraus, J.D. The effect of source distribution on antenna patterns. IRE Proc., 43, 821, 1955.

Ko, H.C.; Kraus, J.D. A new radio map of the sky and a model of the galaxy. AJ, 61, 182, 1956.

Kraus, J.D. Class II radio signals from Venus at a wavelength of 11 meters. Nature, 178, 159, 1956.

Kraus, J.D. Impulsive radio signals from the planet Venus. Nature, 178, 33, 1956.

Kraus, J.D. Radio observations of the planet Venus at a wave-length of 11 m. Nature, 178, 103, 1956.

Kraus, J.D. The radio sky. Sci. Am., 195 (1), 32, 1956.

Kraus, J.D. Radio sources. Smith. Cont. Astrophys., 1, 179, 1956.

Kraus, J.D. Radio telescope designs of large aperture and low cost. AJ, 61, 169, 1956.

Kraus, J.D. Resolution, pattern effects, and range of radio telescopes. IRE Tr. Ant. Prop., 4, 445, 1956.

Kraus, J.D. Rotation period of the planet Venus as determined by radio observations. Nature, 178, 687, 1956.

Kraus, J.D. Some observations of the impulsive radio signals from Jupiter. AJ, 61, 182, 1956.

Kraus, J.D.; Ko, H.C.; Nash, R.T.; Stoutenburg, D.V. Recent observations with the Ohio State University radio telescopes. AJ, 61, 183, 1956

Kerr, F.J.; Shain, C.A.; Kraus, J.D. Reflexion of radio waves from the moon. Nature, 179, 433, 1957.

Ko, H.C.; Kraus, J.D. A radio map of the sky at 1.2 meters. Sky & Tel., 16, 160, 1957.

Kraus, J.D. Recent observations of radio signals from Venus at 11 meters wave length. AJ, 62, 21, 1957.

Kraus, J.D. Relation of 11-metre solar system phenomena to solar disturbances. Nature, 179, 371, 1957.

Kraus, J.D.; Ko, H.C.; Nash, R.T.; Stoutenberg, D.V. Recent results in radio astronomy at the Ohio State University. IAUS, 4, 132, 1957.

Kraus, J.D. Detection of Sputnik I and II by CW reflection. IRE Proc., 46, 611, 1958.

Kraus, J.D. The last days of Sputnik I. IRE Proc., 46, 612, 1958.

Kraus, J.D. Observations at a wave length of 11 meters during the close approach of Comet Arend-Roland. AJ, 63, 55, 1958.

Kraus, J.D. Planetary and solar radio emission at 11 meters wavelength. IRE Proc., 46, 266, 1958.

Kraus, J.D. Radio astronomy and the tracking of artificial earth satellites. News in Engineering, 30 (4), 14, 1958.

Kraus, J.D. Radio telescope antennas of large aperture. IRE Proc., 46, 92, 1958.

Kraus, J.D.; Albus, J.S. A note on some signal characteristics of Sputnik I. IRE Proc., 46, 610, 1958.

Kraus, J.D.; Dreese, E.E. Sputnik I's last days in orbit. IRE Proc. 46, 1580, 1958.

Kraus, J.D.; Higgy, R.C.; Albus, J.S. Observations of the U.S. satellites Explorers I and III by CW Reflection. IRE Proc. 46, 1534, 1958.

Eaton, J.J.; Kraus, J.D. A map of the Cygnus region at 915 megacycles per second. ApJ, 129, 282, 1959.

Kraus, J.D. The Ohio State University 360-ft radio telescope. Nature, 184, 669, 1959.

Kraus, J.D. Radio observations of Jupiter. IRE Proc., 47, 82, 1959.

Kraus, J.D.; Crone, W.R. Apparent observation of solar corpuscular clouds by direct continuous-wave reflexion. Nature, 184, 965, 1959.

Kraus. J.D. Apparent radio radiation at 11 m wave-length from Venus. Nature, 186, 462, 1960.

Kraus, J.D. Evidence of satellite-induced ionization effects between hemispheres. IRE Proc., 48, 1913, 1960.

Kraus, J.D. Ohio State University 360-foot radio telescope. AJ, 65, 54, 1960.

Kraus, J.D.; Higgy, R.C. The relation of the satellite ionization phenomenon to the radiation belts. IRE Proc., 48, 2027, 1960.

Kraus, J.D.; Higgy, R.C.; Crone, W.R. The satellite ionization phenomenon. IRE Proc., 48, 672, 1960.

Kraus, J.D.; Higgy, R.C.; Scheer, D.J.; Crone, W.R. Observations of ionization induced by artificial satellites. Nature, 185, 520, 1960.

Kraus, J.D. Aerial, radiation pattern of. Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Physics (Pergamon Press), 1, 72, 1961.

Kraus, J.D.; Nash, R.T.; Ko, H.C. Some characteristics of the Ohio State University 360-foot radio telescope. IRE Tr. Ant. Prop., 9, 4, 1961.

Kraus, J.D.; Tiuri, M.E. Observations of satellite-related ionization effects between 1958 and 1960. IRE Proc., 50, 2076, 1962.

Kraus, J.D. The large radio telescope of Ohio State University. Sky & Tel., 26, 12, 1963.

Kraus, J.D. A map of the M31 region at 1400 megacycles per second. Nature, 198, 844, 1963.

Tiuri, M.E.; Kraus, J.D. Ionospheric disturbances associated with Echo I as studies with 19-megacycle-per-second radar. JGR, 68, 5371, 1963.

Kraus, J.D. A backward angle-fire array antenna. IEEE Tr. Ant. Prop., 12, 48, 1964.

Kraus, J.D. Does the Andromeda Nebula (M31) have a halo? Nature, 202, 1202, 1964.

Kraus, J.D. Maps of M31 and surroundings at 600 and 1,415 megacycles per second. Nature, 202, 269, 1964.

Kraus, J.D. Preface [to special radio astronomy issue]. IEEE Tr. Ant. Prop., 12, 811, 1964. Issue/article also published as: IEEE Tr. Mil. Elec., 8, 145, 1964.

Kraus, J.D. Radio and radar astronomy and the exploration of the universe. IEEE Tr. Ant. Prop., 12, 898, 1964. Issue/article also published as: IEEE Tr. Mil. Elect., 8, 232, 1964.

Kraus, J.D. Recent advances in radio astronomy. IEEE Spectrum, 1 (Sept.), 78, 1964.

Kraus, J.D.; Carver, K.R. Wave velocities on the grid-structure backward angle-fire antenna. IEEE Tr. Ant. Prop., 12, 509, 1964.

Brundage, W.D.; Kraus, J.D. Preliminary results of a hydrogen-line survey of M31 with the O.S.U. radio telescope. AJ, 70, 669, 1965.

Dixon, R.S.; Meng, S.Y.; Kraus, J.D. Maps of the Perseus region at 600 and 1415 megacycles per second. Nature, 205, 755, 1965.

Kraus, J.D. Exploring the universe with radio and radar astronomy for a clue to our destiny. IEEE Student J., 3 (2), 35, 1965.

Kraus, J.D. The satellite ionization phenomenon as studied by CW-reflection and pulse radar techniques. Interactions of space vehicles with an ionized atmosphere (Pergamon Press, ed. S.F. Singer), 323, 1965

Kraus, J.D.; Dixon, R.S. A high-sensitivity map of the M31 region at 1415 Mc/sec. AJ, 70, 324, 1965.

Kraus, J.D.; Dixon, R.S. A high-sensitivity survey of M31 and surroundings at 1,415 megacycles per sec. Nature, 207, 587, 1965.

Tiuri, M.E.; Kraus, J.D. Is the satellite ionization phenomenon responsible for the decametric radiation from Jupiter? AJ, 70, 695, 1965.

Brundage, W.D.; Kraus, J.D. Neutral hydrogen survey of Andromeda Galaxy. Science, 153, 411, 1966.

Kraus, J. Ohio State University Radio Observatory [annual report, 1 July 1965 - 30 June 1966]. AJ, 71, 810, 1966.

Kraus, J.D. Radio astronomy - a discussion. Science and Technology Review, Autumn-Winter, 1966.

Kraus, J.D.; Dixon, R.S.; Fisher, R.O. A new high-sensitivity study of the M31 region at 1415 mc/s. ApJ, 144, 559, 1966.

Meng, S.Y.; Kraus, J.D. Preliminary results of a 21-cm line investigation of M33. AJ, 71, 170, 1966.

Scheer, D.J.; Kraus, J.D. Preliminary results of a high-sensitivity study of the galactic north polar region at 1415 mc/sec. AJ, 71, 179, 1966.

Kraus, J. Ohio State University Radio Observatory [annual report, 1 July 1966 - 30 June 1967]. AJ, 72, 1127, 1967.

Kraus, J.D.; Dixon, R.S. A search for an M31 halo. AJ, 72, 809, 1967.

Kraus, J.D.; Scheer, D.J. The spectra of OQ208 and other centimeter wavelength radio sources. ApJ, 149, L111, 1967.

Scheer, D.J.; Kraus, J.D. A high-sensitivity survey of the north galactic polar region at 1415 MHz. AJ, 72, 536, 1967. [Ohio Survey I]

Dixon, R.S.; Kraus, J.D. A high-sensitivity 1415-MHz survey at north declinations between 19° and 37° . AJ, 73, 381, 1968. [Ohio Survey II]

Carver K.R.; Kraus, J.D. A cavity-fed concentric ring phased array of helices. Int. Ant. Prop. Symp., 17, 1968.

Kraus, J.D.; Scheer, D.J.; Dixon, R.S.; Fitch, L.T.; Andrew, B.H. Radio sources with peaked spectra. ApJ, 152, L35, 1968.

Thompson, J.R.; Kraus, J.D.; Andrew, B.H. Optical identifications of Ohio survey radio sources with peculiar spectra. ApJ, 154, L1, 1968.

Fitch, L.T.; Dixon, R.S.; Kraus, J.D. A high-sensitivity 1415-MHz survey between declinations 0° and 20° north. AJ, 74, 612, 1969. [Ohio Survey III]

Kraus, J. Ohio State University Radio Observatory [annual report, 1 July 1967 - 30 June 1968]. BAAS, 1, 97, 1969.

Kraus, J.D. Statistical studies of radio sources in the Ohio list. BAAS, 1, 350, 1969.

Andrew, B.H.; Kraus, J.D. Radio sources with flat spectra. ApJ, 159, L45, 1970.

Ehman, J.R.; Dixon, R.S.; Kraus, J.D. The Ohio Survey between declinations of 0° and 30° south. AJ, 75, 351, 1970. [Ohio Survey IV]

Harris, B.J.; Kraus, J.D. Radio source counts from the Ohio Survey. BAAS, 2, 319, 1970.

Harris, B.J.; Kraus, J.D. Radio source counts from the Ohio Survey. Nature, 227, 785, 1970.

Kraus, J. Ohio State University Radio Observatory [annual report, 1 July 1968 - 30 June 1969]. BAAS, 2, 115, 1970.

Kraus, J. W8JK 5-band rotary beam antenna. QST, 54 (7), 11, 1970.

Kraus, J.D.; Andrew, B.H. Spectral data on some Ohio radio sources. ApJ, 159, L41, 1970.

Meng, S.Y.; Kraus, J.D. Observations of high-velocity hydrogen clouds at 21 cm. AJ, 75, 535, 1970.

Andrew, B.H.; van den Bergh, S.; Conklin, E.; Kraus, J.D. Radio and optical observations of the source OZ-252. PASP, 83, 87, 1971.

Boeshaar, P.C.; Kraus, J.D. Ohio radio sources in clusters of galaxies. ApJ, 165, 445, 1971.

Brundage, R.K.; Dixon, R.S.; Ehman, J.R.; Kraus, J.D. The Ohio Survey between declinations of 40° and 63° north. AJ, 76, 777, 1971. [Ohio Survey V]

Harris, B.J.; Kraus, J.D. Ohio source counts: comments by Harris and Kraus. Nature (Phys Sci), 230, 140, 1971.

Kraus, J. Ohio State University Radio Observatory [annual report, 1 July 1969 - 30 June 1970]. BAAS, 3, 169, 1971.

Kraus, J.D.; Andrew, B.H. Ohio Survey supplement 1. AJ, 76, 103, 1971.

Radivich, M.M.; Kraus, J.D. Identification of radio sources from the Ohio Survey. AJ, 76, 683, 1971.

Wills, B.J.; Kraus, J.D.; Andrew, B.H. Ohio radio-source spectra: list II. ApJ, 169, L87, 1971.

Conklin, E.K.; Andrew, B.H.; Wills, B.J.; Kraus, J.D. Spectra of some Ohio radio sources: list III. ApJ, 177, 303, 1972.

Gearhart, M.R.; Lund, J.M.; Frantz, D.J.; Kraus, J.D. Optical identification of Ohio survey radio sources. AJ, 77, 557, 1972.

Kraus, J. Ohio State University Radio Observatory [annual report, 1 July 1971 - 30 June 1972]. BAAS, 4, 157, 1972.

Kraus, J.D. Ohio Survey statistics. Nature (Phys Sci), 236, 4, 1972.

Andrew, B.H.; Ehman, J.R.; Gearhart, M.R.; Kraus, J.D. Spectra of some Ohio radio sources: list IV. ApJ, 185, 137, 1973.

Kraus, J. Ohio State University Radio Observatory [annual report, 1 July 1972 - 30 June 1973]. BAAS, 5, 221, 1973.

Kraus, J.D.; Dixon, R.S.; Ehman, J.R. The Ohio Survey - status and results. BAAS, 5, 319, 1973.

Kraus, J.D.; Gearhart, M.R.; Ehman, J.R. Flux density of OH471 between 1963 and 1970. Nature (Phys Sci), 243, 94, 1973.

Ehman, J.R.; Dixon, R.S.; Ramakrishna, C.M.; Kraus, J.D. The Ohio Survey. VI. AJ, 79, 144, 1974. [Ohio Survey VI]

Gearhart, M.R.; Kraus, J.D.; Andrew, B.H.; Blake, G.; Scott, P.; Ryle, M.; Braude, S. Y.; Sharykin, N.K.; Zhouck, I.N.; Bridle, A.H.; Conklin, E.K.; Douglas, J.N.; Hachenberg, O.; Thiel, M.; Kaufmann, P.; Purton, C.R.; Feldman, P.A.; Marsh, K.A.; Stule, M.A.; Price, K.; Warner, J.W.; Assousa, G.; Balick, B. Radio spectra of OH471 and OQ172. Nature, 249, 743, 1974.

Kraus, J. Ohio State University Radio Observatory [annual report, 1 July 1973 - 30 June 1974]. BAAS, 6, 162, 1974.

Kraus, J.D.; Gearhart, M.R. Radio spectra and red shifts of QSOs. BAAS, 6, 309, 1974.

Rinsland, C.P.; Dixon, R.S.; Gearhart, M.R.; Kraus, J.D. Ohio Survey. VII. AJ, 79, 1129, 1974. [Ohio Survey VII]

Kraus, J. Ohio State University Radio Observatory [annual report, 1 July 1974 - 30 June 1975]. BAAS, 7, 185, 1975.

Kraus, J.D.; Gearhart, M.R. Radio spectra and red shifts of 179 QSOs. AJ, 80, 1, 1975.

Rinsland, C.P.; Dixon, R.S.; Kraus, J.D. Ohio Survey supplement 2. AJ, 80, 759, 1975

Craine, E.R.; Strittmatter, P.A.; Tapia, S.; Andrew, B.H.; Harvey, G.A.; Gearhart, M.R.; Kraus, J.D. OX-192: a new highly variable BL Lacertae object. Astrophys. Lett., 17, 123, 1976.

Gearhart, M.R.; Kraus, J.D.; Andrew, B.H. Spectra of some Ohio radio sources: List V. ApJS, 30, 337, 1976.

Kraus, J. Ohio State University Radio Observatory [annual report, 1 July 1975 - 30 June 1976]. BAAS, 8, 239, 1976.

Leacock, R.J.; Smith, A.G.; Edwards, P.L.; Pollock, J.T.; Scott, R.L.; Gearhart, M.R.; Pacht, E.; Kraus, J.D. OE 110: a new, faint BL Lacertae object. ApJ, 206, L87, 1976.

Kraus, J.D. A 50-ohm input impedance for helical beam antennas. IEEE Tr. Ant. Prop., 25, 913, 1977.

Kraus, J.D. The Ohio Sky Survey and other radio surveys. Vistas Astron., 20, 445, 1977.

Kraus, J. Radio telescopes [review]. IEEE Ant. Prop. Soc. Newslett., 19 (3), 12, 1977. [Review of Radio Telescopes, and Radio Observations - parts B & C of Meeks, Methods of Experimental Physics, vol. 12]

Tapia, S.; Craine, E.R.; Gearhart, M.R.; Pacht, E.; Kraus, J. A new discovery program for BL Lacertae obsects: Results for OI 090.4 and OJ-131. ApJ, 215, L71, 1977.

Kraus, J. We wait and wonder. Cosmic Search, 1 (3), 31, 1979.

Kraus, J. Diana waves back: the first moon bounce. Cosmic Search, 2 (3), 27, 1980.

Kraus, J. A strange radiation from above. Cosmic Search, 2 (1), 20, 1980.

Kraus, J. The first 50 years of radio astronomy, part 1: Karl Jansky and his discovery of radio waves from our galaxy. Cosmic Search, 3 (4), 8, 1981.

Kraus, J. Universe beyond the galaxies. Science, 212, 610, 1981.

Kraus, J. The first 50 years of radio astronomy, part 2: Grote Reber and the first radio maps of the sky. Cosmic Search, 4 (1), 14, 1982.

Kraus, J. Some unique reflector-type antennas. IEEE Ant. Prop. Soc. Newslett., 24 (2), 9, 1982.

Kraus, J.D. The W8JK antenna: recap and update. QST, (June), 11, 1982.

Kraus, J. The center of our galaxy. Sky & Tel., 65 (1), 30, 1983.

Kraus, J.D. Karl Guthe Jansky's serendipity: Its impact on astronomy and its lesson for the future. Serendipitous Discoveries in Radio Astronomy (NRAO, ed. Kellermann & Sheets), 57, 1983.

Kraus, J. Uplink, downlink: A tribute to C. Arthur Clark. IEEE Ant. Prop. Soc. Newslett., 26 (2), 8, 1984.

Kraus, J.D. Antennas since Hertz and Marconi. IEEE Tr. Ant. Prop., 33, 131, 1985.

Kraus, J.D. Ohio State's Big Ear detects edge of the universe and doubles as a compact range. IEEE Ant. Prop. Soc. Newslett., 27 (1), 5, 1985.

Kraus, J.D. Foreward to the 15th edition. ARRL Antenna Book, 15th ed. (American Radio Relay League), 1, 1988.

Kraus, J.D. Grote Reber - founder of radio astronomy. J. Roy. Ast. Soc. Canada, 82, 107, 1988.

Kraus, J.D. Heinrich Hertz - theorist and experimenter. IEEE MTT Int. Microwave Symp. Digest, 1, 271, 1988.

Kraus, J.D. Heinrich Hertz - theorist and experimenter. IEEE Tr. MTT, 36, 824, 1988.

Kraus, J.D. Antennas: our electronic eyes and ears. Microwave J., 32 (1), 77, 1989. Also published in EW Design Engineers Handbook 1989/1990. (Horizon House-Microwave Inc.), 3-3, 1989.

Kraus, J. Early bird. Delaware County Bird Club Newslett., March, 3, 1991.

Kraus, J.D. Will gravity-wave communication be possible? IEEE Ant. Prop. Mag., 33 (4), 21, 1991.

Kraus, J.D. Gravity wave update. IEEE Ant. Prop. Mag., 34 (3), 30, 1992.

Kraus, J.D. Metric or ball-and-chain? IEEE Ant. Prop. Mag., 35 (4), 36, 1993.

Kraus, J.D. Catching the wave: will gravity wave communication be possible? IEEE Potentials, 13 (3), 44, 1994.

Kraus, J.D. A helical-beam antenna without a ground plane. IEEE Ant. Prop. Mag., 37 (2), 45, 1995.

Kraus, J.D. Radio telescopes. Encyclopedia of Applied Physics (VCH Publishers, Inc.), 15, 527, 1996.

Kraus, J.D. Short note: my summer guests. The Ohio Cardinal, 27 (2), 80, Winter 2003/2004.

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