Receiving Auxiliary Services Via Satellite (1980)

By Thomas M. Keenze, United Video, Inc.

The number and type of services to be offered along with video on satellite transponders will be large and varied. These will provide financial opportunities for carriers and CATV operators. This report deals with methods of transmission, types of services, and receive station capability requirements.

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