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Re: Article on microwaves for TV, from 1948

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  • allanbourdius@hotmail.com
    I m pretty sure that the Nutley tower belonged to ITT - at least it was on the grounds of their facility. I didn t know it had been demolished, but it was very
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      I'm pretty sure that the Nutley tower belonged to ITT - at least it
      was on the grounds of their facility.

      I didn't know it had been demolished, but it was very prominent along
      Rt. 3 in New Jersey on the south side.

      Allan

      --- In coldwarcomms@y..., "Paul J Zawada" <paul_zawada@y...> wrote:
      > --- In coldwarcomms@y..., albertjlafrance@c... wrote:
      > > I've posted an article titled "Microwaves for Relaying TV
      > > Programs", from the Nov. 1948 issue of Radio and Television
      News..
      >
      > Cool article; thanks for sharing Albert. Did you ever find any
      more
      > information about the tower pictured on the first page of the
      > article?
      >
      > Also, I tend to recall that while Western Union built their
      microwave
      > network with the intent of transporting television, that never came
      > to fruition. IIRC, AT&T elbowed them out of the market... Is my
      > recollection correct or were they utimately able to sell television
      > capacity in some parts of the country?
      >
      > --zawada
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