The Sideband Analyzer (1966)

By George Bates, DYNAIR Electronics, Inc.

The "sideband analyzer" is well-known to the television broadcast engineer; it's one of the basic tools of his trade. However, for some unknown reason, the average CATV engineer--who has even more need for this device- is not familiar with its application in CATV and, in many cases ,doesn't even know it exists.

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