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Mining Publication: Mine Communications: An Overview of the Bureau of Mines Communications Research

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Original creation date: June 1974

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Since 1969, the Department of Interior, Bureau of Mines, has carried out communications research. Research has been directed toward developing emergency and nonemergency mine communications. This paper gives an overview of the progress made in the last two years. Particular emphasis is given to the overall program, noise and signal measurements, systems studies , guidelines, products, and demonstrations now being carried on in operating mines.

Authors: HE Parkinson

Conference PaperJune - 1974

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Proceedings of the Second WVU Conference on Coal Mine Electrotechnology, M.D. Aldridge, ed., Morgantown, West Virginia, June 12-14, 1974, U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines. Contract No. S0144064; :1-5

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