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CD 2055049 E&MP5.016
March 12, 1938
The coaxial cable is only seven-eighths of an inch in diameter, and in its lead sheath are two coaxial channels, each capable of carrying a million-cycle band, and eight wires for controls or any other desired use.
Coaxial cable, capable of handling the enormously high frequencies used in television signals, has been developed for use in wired television within cities from studios to transmitters and from pickup points.