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''Performance Of Multi-Channel Microwave Local Distribution Systems"
By A. H. Sonnenschein, Assistant to the President, Theta-Com of California
1972
Multi-Channel Cars Band Distribution Using Standard FM Microwave Equipment
By Terry R. Spearen, Manager of Systems Engineering, Communication Equipment Division, MICROWAVE ASSOCIATES, INC.
1972
An Economic Model Of The Selection Process: Microwave Versus Conventional Techniques In CATV Distribution
By Norman F. Woods, Theta-com of California
1974
A High Power Single Channel AML Microwave Relay System
By I. Rabowsky, C. Meyers and P. Vaughn, Theta-Com
1973
SRS El Segundo Interim Test Report
By Richard T. Callais, Manager, SRS Division, Theta-Com of California
1972
Optimization Of Subscriber Signal Quality Through Local Distribution Microwave
By T. M. Straus, Hughes Aircraft Company
1988
Use Of Hybrid Cars Microwave/Cable For Multisite Local-Area Networking
By Jamal Sarraf and Irving Rabowsky, P.E., Hughes Microwave Communications Products
1984
Microwave Data Transmission Using AML Techniques
By A. H. Sonnenschein P.E, I. Rabowsky, and W. C. Margiotta, Hughes Aircraft Company
1982
Performance Of AM Multi-Channel Fiber Optic Links
By Rezin Pidgeon, Frank Little, Lee Thompson
1989
A New Approach to Evaluating CATV System Triple Beat Performance
By John A. Franke, Dr. Tom M. Straus and Bert L. Henscheid, Theta-Com
1974
Low Cost Cars Band Microwave Systems
By Dana W. Atchley, Jr. and Edmond J. Forbes, Microwave Associates, Inc.
1978
Lightwave Multi-channel AM-VSB Video Systems: Technology Trends and Limits
By T. E. Darcie, AT&T Bell Laboratories
1991
Designing Intra-City And Inter-City Cars Band Distribution Systems
By By Dr. Joseph H. Vogelman, Sr. Vice President And Mr. Kenneth Knight, National Sales Manager, Laser Link Corporation
1971
Improving L.d.s, Microwave Reliability Using Remote Monitoring And Automatic Control Of Redundant Receivers
By David L. Randolph, P.E., Complete Channel TV, Inc.
1975
Anomalous Propagation Fading In Cars Band Local Distribution Service
By Robert E. Johnson, Eastern Connecticut Cable Television, Inc.
1975
Blue Sky To Cash Flow- Market Study
By Robert W. Behringer, Theta-com corporation
1972
Fiber Backbone- Multi-channel Am Video Trunking
By James A. Chiddix, American Television and Communications Corporation
1989
Designing 18 Channels Of Local Distribution Service Using Filtered Pulse Width Modulation
By Dr. Joseph Vogelman, Chromalloy American Corporation & Ira Kamen, Laser Link Corporation
1970
The Relationship Between The NCTA, EIA, And CCIR Definitions Of Signal-To-Noise Ratio
By T. M. Straus, Theta-Com of California
1974
Applications Of Optical Fiber To CATV Systems
By Dr. T. M. Straus, Theta-Com & Dr. F. L. Thiel, Corning Glass Works & Dr. M. Barnoski, Hughes Aircraft
1975