- published: 19 Feb 2013
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For the first 31 years of my life, broadcast TV and antennas were the way TV came into the house. 13 channels, VHF and UHF. "I Love Lucy". "Ed Sullivan". "All in the Family". "Laugh-In". "Bewitched". "The Rockford Files". "Fame". It was an escape into another world, and above all, it was FREE. All was right with the world. Then, cable came along in the form of Chicago Cable TV, with its siren song, sold to us by a young salesman who dressed and smelled like he had just come from mowing the lawn. (Literally; he had. His sneakers had green stains on the soles.) ESPN. MTV. A&E. TBS. CNN. If those initials weren't appearing regularly on your TV screen, you were out of touch. An old fogie. A luddite. I looked down on people who clung to their rabbit ears and didn't have another wire besides t...
These two cables are in the battle of their life! One will live a happy life indoors while the other will have a hard, tough life living like Bear Grylls outdoors. Cable diameter, shielding, conductor size, HD-SDI signal distance also talked about.
How Television broadcast works
See more from the AT&T Archives at http://techchannel.att.com/archives The content for this 1946 film was taken from a radio broadcast of the Bell Telephone Hour. This film provides a short explanation of how the national broadcast network formed a backbone built by the Bell System to not only handle radio syndication, but also television broadcast signals, and long-distance telephone calls. The network was made up of a series of line-of-sight microwave towers combined with coaxial cable. The film explains the new technologies that reduced the size and number of wires and cables, replacing them with microwave systems and relays. By 1947, the Bell System's microwave broadcast corridor handled television signals between New York and Boston. Western Union had a competing microwave line be...
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8th October 2013, is the date Uganda Broadcasting Corporation will mark s 50 years of Television in Uganda, following in the footsteps of former Uganda Television (UTV). Simon Mugisha reports about the exhibition the corporation has put up to showcase the vintage equipment that the former UTV used.