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Issue 2 • Date June 1968

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  • IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting - Table of contents

    Publication Year: 1968, Page(s): c1
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  • IEEE Broadcasting Group

    Publication Year: 1968, Page(s): c2
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  • The Voice of America Greenville, North Carolina

    Publication Year: 1968, Page(s):45 - 55
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    This paper describes the Voice of America facilities at Greenville, North Carolina. This is the largest radio broadcasting station in the world. In addition to special receiving facilities for program feeds from overseas locations, monitoring, and communications, it has six 500-kW, six 250-kW, and six 50-kW shortwave broadcast transmitters, many high-gain curtain and other type antennas, and other... View full abstract»

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  • The Problem of Congestion in High-Frequency Broadcast Bands

    Publication Year: 1968, Page(s):56 - 69
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    The usefulness of the high-frequency spectrum for international broadcasting is in serious jeopardy. A rapid increase in the number of transmitters operating in the broadcast bands between 3 and 30 MHz has resulted in a corresponding increase in co-and adjacent-channel interference levels. At present, a condition of extreme congestion exists, with many channels over-loaded by a factor of three dur... View full abstract»

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  • Ultimate Subjective Quality of a Satellite Television Network Covering Europe and Africa

    Publication Year: 1968, Page(s):69 - 73
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    The distribution of television programs over Europe and Africa via a geostationary satellite is considered on the basis of the satellite-earth liaison. The subjective quality of the image to be expected on the domestic TV receiver is expressed in terms of the ground antenna diameter for values of the satellite output power ranging from 10 to 100 watts, for different values of the RF bandwidth and ... View full abstract»

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  • A Simple Combining System for Two High-Power HF Transmitters

    Publication Year: 1968, Page(s):74 - 84
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    A symmetrical, linear, four-wire system in a special hybrid configuration provides a simple method for combining the balanced output of two transmitters operating on the same frequency and feeding the combined output power to a common balanced load. Due to its simplicity of operation, economy of construction, power capability, and broad-band characteristics, this combiner provides significant adva... View full abstract»

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  • Curtain Antennas for High-Power HF Broadcasting Applications

    Publication Year: 1968, Page(s):85 - 94
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    The performance of high-power curtain antennas which have been designed for international broadcasting stations is presented along with details of design and construction. The antennas described provide horizontal beamwidths ranging from 190°to 28 °, vertical beamwidths from 4°to 12°, and power gains ranging from 18 to more than 23.5 dB above a half-wave dipole in free space. View full abstract»

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  • The Future of Shortwave Broadcasting

    Publication Year: 1968, Page(s):95 - 100
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    This paper discusses the present popularity of shortwave broadcasting; who listens, where, and in what numbers. Considering the competitive aspects of medium wave, FM, and television broadcasting, as well as the possibility of broadcasting satellites, the paper concludes that shortwave broadcasting is very much alive today, and that all signs point to a continued healthy development of this servic... View full abstract»

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    Publication Year: 1968, Page(s):100a - 100b
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IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting covers the field of broadcast technology, including the production, distribution, transmission, and propagation aspects of broadcasting.

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