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Content posted in August 2017
Over-the-Air TV Broadcasts: Making a Comeback
Analog Angle  
8/29/2017   9 comments
Cable TV provides a high-quality signal at a price, but free broadcast TV is still available – and growing again with the increase in cord cutters.
Voyagers 1 and 2: Forty Years and Still Going (Even If Not So Strong)
Analog Angle  
8/20/2017   3 comments
The Voyager 1 and 1 spacecraft just passed the 40-year mark and have left our solar system; a project of such success, longevity, and persistence is a testament to scientists and engineers across many disciplines.




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