The Avalon-Los Angeles Radio Toll Circuit

@article{ClementTheAA,
  title={The Avalon-Los Angeles Radio Toll Circuit},
  author={Lewis M. Clement and F. M. Ryan and D.L.K. Martin},
  journal={Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers},
  volume={9},
  pages={469-505}
}
The communication facilities of Santa Catalina Island are described with special reference to the radio telephone service to the Californian mainland and the mode of connection to the wire telephone networks at the ends of the radio telephone channel. The radio telephone link is full duplex, and is connected thru special two-way repeaters to the telephone system at each end. A simultaneous duplex radio telegraph channel is available. A number of special points are discussed, such as the… 
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