...while computers turn into TVs

Homer, Steve
October 1991
New Scientist;10/26/91, Vol. 132 Issue 1792, p26
Reports on IBM Corp.'s launching of a device called F-Coupler, that works by utilizing spare frequency capacity in local area networks (LAN). Use of the device to transmit television pictures in the same way as coaxial cables; Device's use of spare frequency capacity in LAN; Price.


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