Pressurization And The Use Oft Air Dielectric Cables (1970)

By K. R. Brubaker, Altoona Video Corporation

Since the use of pressurized air dielectric cables has never become popular for use in cable television systems people are usually amazed when I tell them I have used it for eight years and my experience with it has convinced me to plan a system rebuild which includes the use of air dielectric cable for trunk line.

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