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A Digital I/O Interface Suitable for Broadcasting Use
This paper presents a digital interface designed for interconnecting equipment at distances up to several hundred meters. A single cable arrangement is used to carry a monophonic or stereophonic program as well as synchronization information and user's bits. For maximum flexibility, the system is operated in a bus structure which allows interconnection of several pieces of equipment. A high degree of noise rejection is achieved by transformer coupling and use of screened pairs.
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