"Space 1999" And CATV (1977)

By David G. Reiser, Microdyne Corporation

A generalized history of commercial satellite communications, with an eye to the future, is cited in this paper. As in all phases of modern society, it is important to know where we've been, where we are now, and where we might be going. The CATV industry is just starting to enjoy the benefits of satellite television. Our heritage is short but our future seems to be endless.

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