JPRS Report. Telecommunications [electronic resource].
- [Arlington Va.] : [publisher not identified], 1992.
- Physical Description:
- 41 pages : maps, tables
- Telecommunications (1987-1993) ; JPRS-TTP-92-006
- Vietnam Radio on U.S. Lifting Telecommunications Embargo -- German Consortium To Equip CIS With Satellite Systems by D. Thierbach -- ESA's ERS-1 Satellite Becomes Operational -- Fiber-Optic Cable To Link Japan, Korea, USSR -- Fiber-Optic Cable To Link Denmark, USSR -- Fiber-Optic Cable To Link Finland, Estonia -- Fiber-Optic Cable Links Portugal to Africa -- Accra-Kumasi Railway Communications Updated -- 42 Rural District Telephone Centers Planned by Ato Aidoo -- Paging System Funding, Operation Described -- Austria's Schrack To Rebuild MAV Communications Network -- Hungaro DigiTel's Operating VSAT System by Tamas Fraknoy, Denes Jobbagy, Jozsef Keringer -- Csucstechnika CEO on Developments, Strategy by Sarolta Makara -- KFKI Presents Computer Network System Solutions -- French Paper on Conflict Over Hungarian T.V. by Yves Michel Riols -- Details on Development of Cable T.V. by Yves Michel Riols -- Fiber-Optic Telecommunications Installation by Krzysztof Szczesniak -- Media Official Interviewed on Broadcasting by Marian Kislo -- Radio Broadcasting Law Issues Reviewed by Grazyna Zurawska -- Santa Catarina To Install Fiber-Optic Cables -- India, Kuwait To Cooperate in Communications -- Iranian Telecommunications Delegation Visits Pakistan -- RTU, Arabsat Sign Agreement on Space Channel -- 6th Television Channel To Begin in Tanta -- Aims in Remote Sensing Technology Cited -- Telecom Sector Fails To Fulfill Targets -- Semnan Voice and Vision Gets Satellite Dish by SALAM correspondent -- 2 Communications Offices Operational in Fars by SALAM correspondent -- Digital Telephone Center Operational in Hamadan by SALAM correspondent -- Digital Telephone Centers Inaugurated in Shiraz -- 3 Telephone Centers Inaugurated in Tabriz -- Thousands of Telephone Numbers To Be Assigned -- First Satellite Receiver in Semnan Operational by JOMHURI-YE ESLAMI correspondent -- Rebel Radio Announces New Kurdish Station -- Computer-Based Electronic Network Established -- JESSI HDTV Development Program Launched -- German, British Cooperate on Fiber-Optic Systems -- European Operators Embark on Videophone Project -- House Passes Law on Operating TV Stations -- Thomson's HDTV Sacrifices Quality for 16/9 Format -- HDTV Transmission Standard To Be Selected by Michel Colonna D'Istria, Pierre-Angel -- Telecommunications Firms Face Market Changes by Jean-Pierre Jolivet -- France Telecom, DBP To Compete With Syncordia by Paul Loubiere -- Philips Attempts To Market HDTV to Industry -- SIP Reports 480 Billion Lire Profits by Edoardo Borrriello -- ENI, SIP Vie for Cellular Phone Concession by Nino Sunseri -- Philips Italia Presents HD-MAC Laser Disc System -- Government Subsidizes 15 Communications Projects by Gerard van Nifterik -- Turkish Armed Forces Consider Alcatel Equipment by Gunn Gravdal -- Details on Future PO-SATI Satellite Launch by A.R. -- TRT Eurasian Television Telecasts via Intelsat VF-7 -- TV Link With Turkic States Detailed by Yusuf Kanli -- Research Center Develops Small Satellites by Christine McGourty.
- Document Date: 4/28/1992.
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