The Channels of Truth

"A glass fiber as thin as a human hair, carrying pulses of light from a fixed, source, was activated [recently] to carry television pictures in place of a standard three-quarter inch coaxial cable....

"...by far the most attractive feature of fiber optics in its television use is its ability to subdivide existing channels on a television set to provide an almost unlimited number of audio and video channels." The New York Times, July 9, 1976;

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