Mining Publication: Communication Systems Research At Bruceton Safety Research Mine

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Original creation date: January 1972

Conference Paper - January 1972

NIOSHTIC2 Number: 10001325

Proc. 1st WVU Conf. on Coal Mine Electrotechnology, 1972, PP. V-1 to VI-11

An environment monitoring and communication system has been installed in the Bruceton Mine, and research is under way to improve mine safety. Standard day-to-day mine communications are available, along with additional systems installed to permit experimentation with wireless radio, through-the-earth phones, along-the-roof paging, and mine face machinery communications. Research is continuing and the essential concepts for a dependable whole mine communication system, providing simple environment monitoring, improved day-to-day communications and post-disaster communications, will be demonstrated in a larger mine with about 900 feet of overburden.

Authors: HE Parkinson

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Conference Paper - January 1972

NIOSHTIC2 Number: 10001325

Proc. 1st WVU Conf. on Coal Mine Electrotechnology, 1972, PP. V-1 to VI-11


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