Application Of Phase Locked Modulators And Processors (1973)

By James O. Farmer, Scientific-Atlanta, Inc

Recently much has been said about the advantages phase locking techniques offer to CATV operator. This paper is intended to further acquaint the reader with the phaselock technique, so he can better utilize the available phase locked equipment.

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