AIR-TO-GROUND TV SYSTEM Transmits Combat Pictures on FM (May, 1956)
AIR-TO-GROUND TV SYSTEM Transmits Combat Pictures on FM
Airborne military television crams a self-contained transmitting station into a small reconnaissance plane, then flies this ever-moving station over unpredictable terrain. Taking these adverse conditions into account, Admiral developed an extremely compact television system which uses FM transmission for the picture. It is now in production for the U.S. Army Signal Corps. Even under difficult conditions, this equipment provides excellent definition.
The transmitting plane, flying at approximately 1,000 feet, would have a line-of-sight range of 25 or 30 miles. This would enable a battle commander aided by a panel of TV screens, each screen showing a different sector, to coordinate military operations over a wide area.
In addition, a mobile ground-to-ground TV system is under development. Inquire about Admiral’s exceptional capabilities in the field of military electronics. Address inquiries to:
Government Laboratories Division, Chicago 47.
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