Transistorized Microwave for CATV (1964)

By Paul Hertel, Collins Radio Company

Our main effort in the past four or five years has been toward improvement of performance and reliability primarily by solid state design. Our first effort in transistorization was of the power systems. We have believed from the beginning of our efforts that the power supply reliability of a microwave system was predominant in determining the overall system reliability.

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