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Silk Purse Trivia Includes former call signs & key words: http://www.wwabncp.com/info.htm
ozob99
6:33 AM
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Re: L3->L5, was Finksburg article Very well put. Thank you for keeping us straight; it's easy to get sloppy and assume everyone else is following along ... /cpe [Non-text portions of this
cpe122
6:36 PM
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Re: L3->L5, was Finksburg article ... As I recall, multi mastergroup and supergroup connectors had 231 type wide band amps & could have degraded S/N slightly; there was a limit on the number
ozob99
5:22 PM
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Re: L3->L5, was Finksburg article ... My point was re: construction, not usage. You've made it clearer that the above were individual projects; as contrasted to the coast-coast L3I and L4 ones.
David
9:26 AM
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Re: L3->L5, was Finksburg article ... Telco terminology can be confusing, this may help to clarify cable vs routes for members not that familiar with telco infrastructure: While the
ozob99
7:39 AM
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Re: Digest Number 4822 ... nice :-) doug
doug humphrey
Apr 17
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Re: L3->L5, was Finksburg article ... What bothers me about that was the spokesman said "9300" re: the existing capacity. I could understand bobbling L3 vs L4, but....
David
Apr 17
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Re: L3->L5, was Finksburg article ... I think you'll find Charlie is correct and that the Boston-Miami cable (through Finksburg) was built as L4 (not L3 as the article says). ... No, I don't
cpe122
Apr 16
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Re: L3->L5, was Finksburg article ... linked pieces? The latter,I'm sure the planners envisioned a Boston to Miami route someday, but built the sections where needed at the time: By 1946 L1
ozob99
Apr 16
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Re: Finksburg article When they (AT&T Marketing) first put out CLAR, AT&T did not have the systems ready to do it. And some of those systems change as fast as STP at 40 below. They
charlie Fargis
Apr 16
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Re: L3->L5, was Finksburg article To: coldwarcomms@yahoogroups.com From: wb8foz@... Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2014 11:23:17 -0400 Subject: Re: [coldwarcomms] L3->L5, was Finksburg article ... OK,
charlie Fargis
Apr 16
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Re: L3->L5, was Finksburg article ooops: 2) L3's 4 mile huts physically way different; must add 1 mile ones....
David
Apr 16
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Re: L3->L5, was Finksburg article ... OK, trying to square that with the quoted statement, and others. Unorganized thoughts: A) Was there a real "Boston to Miami" L3 cable at all? Or just a
David
Apr 16
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Re: Finksburg article In addition to long haul city/metro avoidance routes such as the Boston-Miami L4 and Airmont-Mojave L3I, customers(most often gov't) can select access
ozob99
Apr 16
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Re: Finksburg article The original L3 routes were maily city to city. L4 Boston Miami the backbone intentionally circumvented large cities. The big cities cpnnected to the backbone.
charlie Fargis
Apr 16
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Re: Finksburg article ... THAT is of interest. I'm interested in such conversions. It sounds as if this upgrade would impair operation while under way, no surprise. But I thought
David
Apr 15
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Re: Finksburg article Is this what you're looking for: http://www.uiowa.edu/~cyberlaw/FCCOps/1972/38F2_1013.htm
Mike Tibor
Apr 15
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History of HQ SAC 1961 Among the various comms & exercises familiar to some in this doc are a couple of items new to me: A proposal for 2000' deep C2 pods under Offutt & March AFB,
ozob99
Apr 15
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Re: Popular Science article on AT&T concrete towers - PDF editing he David and Daun, Thanks for your help! I've just uploaded the edited file. Albert From: Albert
Albert LaFrance
Apr 15
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Re: Popular Science article on AT&T concrete towers - PDF editing he I have PDF editing software, and just did the requested edits. I replied to Albert with the revised file off list, since my experience with Yahoo indicates it
Daun Yeagley
Apr 15
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Re: Finksburg article I think I posted that several years ago, twas minutes from a county zoning variance meeting; I can't find it in archives either. [Non-text portions of this
ozob99
Apr 15
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Re: Popular Science article on AT&T concrete towers - PDF editing he Slip forming is the process used. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slip_forming http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slip_forming Steve [Non-text portions of this message
lasertower
Apr 15
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Popular Science article on AT&T concrete towers - PDF editing help r A list member contributed an article from June 1950 about the use of sliding forms to build the concrete towers on the transcontinental radio route, with some
Albert LaFrance
Apr 15
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Finksburg article I recall reading an archived article about local opposition to the big tower at Finksburg. One alternative was another L4 cable to ?Monrovia? Now I can't find
David
Apr 14
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Re: La Canada Cal CO In the late 90's I had a fairly unofficial tour of the facility at JPL, out in the west parking lot. It was originally designed to house electromechanical
teotwaki
Apr 14
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Re: Scottsburg, IN (L3I) It's on the west side of South Double-or-Nothing Road (great name) between East Radio Tower Road and County Road 400 South. 38.630197°, -85.747527° It shows
farrelmb
Apr 14
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Re: Millwood, MO & Inwood, WV ... That's bizarre; a SLC on the CO's front lawn. That seems kind of desperate. It's hard to read, Google has it blurred out, but the sign on the door seems to
farrelmb
Apr 14
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La Canada Cal CO Was built to serve JPL,included an ISDN Centrex: http://www.thecentraloffice.com/calif/la/lap/lap.htm Scroll down to La Canada Snippet from:
ozob99
Apr 14
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Re: Scottsburg, IN (L3I) That is just up the road from me. I think the hut is out on Indiana SR 56 just east of town. The telco building in the town is a small brick cube attached to
Mike Harpe
Apr 13
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