A Low Cost Interactive Home TV Terminal (1971)

By William F. Mason & Ken Stetten, The MITRE CORPORATION

As part of the design of a cable system for a large city, MITRE has had to take an objective look at the many ideas that have been proposed relative to providing new services into the home via cable. Part of the analysis involved identification of the variations in home terminal hardware that would be required to provide these services.

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