Industrial Two-Way CATV Systems (1974)

By Harold W, Katz, Interactive Systems, Inc,

The technology of two-way CATV transmission has provided a unique solution to the internal communications problems within large scale industrial complexes, At one time the requirements for audio, video, and digital information within a plant were treated on an individual basis. Cable technology combined with minicomputers and inexpensive terminals is beginning to integrate these needs in a single cost effective system in the automotive and chemical industry.

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