Problems of Signal Distribution in Large Communities (1964)

By Heinz E. Blum, Entron, Inc.

We have talked about the growing need for longer and longer point-to-point transmission. Another facet, of course, which many of you are facing today is the requirement of the larger and larger distribution system. The next discourse you will hear on that subject is entitled, "Problems of Signal Distribution in Large Communities". Here to cover that subject for you is Heinz E. Blum, Vice President in charge of Engineering at Entron, Incorporated.

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