MTS Compatibility In Encrypted Baseband Scrambling Systems (1987)

By James R. Holzgrafe, Senior Staff Scientist, Arthur E. Vigil, Staff Scientist, Oak Communications Inc.

This paper will discuss the issues involved in the adaptation of a digitally encrypted baseband audio system to meet these needs, and will further discuss the technical requirements, using Oak's "SIGMA" line of converters as an example.

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