Short Haul Microwave (1967)

By Dr. Howard Ozaki and Lyle S. Stokes

In May 1965, a representative of the TelePrompter Corporation came to Hughes Aircraft to discuss some of their hopes for the future. It was suggested that there was a need for a particular kind of microwave link, and the discussion continued on as to the possibility of doing something about it.

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