Radio Telephone Surveying - The Traditional Way

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Simon Moorhead

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Telecommunications, History, Australia

Abstract

Radio telephone surveying at the end of World War 2 was physically challenging, as well as technically demanding. The historic paper describes the extraordinary challenges faced by technical and lines personnel conducting propagation measurements for a radio telephone link from Victoria to Tasmania between 1947 and 1949.

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TJA 1 – O M Moriarty - Projected New Radio-Telephone Link from Mainland to Tasmania – Propagation Measurements - Telecommunications Journal of Australia, October 1949, pages 281-299.