Two-Way Cable Communications and the Spartanburg Experiments,
RAND CORP SANTA MONICA CALIF
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The Spartanburg cable TV project consists of three experiments involving adult education, day care training, and social service agency intercommunications. Funded by the National Science Foundation NSF, the various experiments will be conducted over two and a half years to study the use of two-way cable systems for the delivery of public services. This paper reports on three types of applications video with data return, multi-point video, and point-to-point video and three programs selected to test each of those types in Spartanburg.
- Sociology and Law
- Non-Radio Communications