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Mining Publication: An Assessment of Leaky Feeder Radio Systems in Underground Mines

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July 1980

Image of publication An Assessment of Leaky Feeder Radio Systems in Underground Mines

A summary is presented of existing leaky feeder communications systems currently in operation in North America. Background information pertaining to previous use of leaky feeder technology is discussed along with the survey methodology. A review of some pertinent facts concerning propagation in tunnels and specific reference to mine tunnel propagation is presented. A summary of the characteristics of each mine visited is presented in tabular form, and methods of procurement and maintenance are discussed. The role of user training in efficient system use is presented. Seven sites representing eight mines are included in the survey. Economic and technical topics are considered.

Authors: JC Cawley

Conference PaperJuly - 1980

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Proceedings of the Fifth WVU Conference on Coal Mine Electrotechnology, Smith-NS, ed. Morgantown, West Virginia, Jul 30-31, Aug 1, 1980. . U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines Contract No. J0100049; :1-15

 
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