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Golden Gate Chapter

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November Golden Gate chapter Trivia

Posted by alex_fierros on November 20, 2017 at 1:45 PM Comments comments (0)

November Golden Gate chapter Trivia: 1988: Harrigan is elected to the Golden Gate chapter board and is elected the secretary. 1991: Rick Schick, Gary Nelson and Mark Bisenius are all on the SCTE GGC ballot. 1993: Bell Atlantic has bid to buy TCI and Par Peterson, Patrick O'Hare and Harrigan co-proctor SCTE BCT/E testing. 2000: Fritz meats will cater the SCTE seminar to be held at the Concord system.

October Golden Gate chapter Trivia

Posted by alex_fierros on October 23, 2017 at 11:30 AM Comments comments (0)

1989: Earthquake! Harrigan’s equilibrium is tested at 5:04pm as he stood at the "facility" in Alameda - all things considered, damage to our systems was minimal - Cal State was OK and the only hub to go down was Cupertino where an AML rack fell over. At the SCTE board meeting we encourage all to vote in the upcoming election and the next seminar will cover towers and headends. 1991: Converter repair in San Jose is still being done in house. 1992: DMX project "Cable radio". 1995: Bay b...

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September Golden Gate Chapter Trivia

Posted by alex_fierros on September 18, 2017 at 9:30 AM Comments comments (0)

1988: Working with TCI corporate on CVS "shop at home" test. 1989: Ethics (cat 7) was the SCTE seminar topic this month - Steve Effros was our speaker. 1991: South bay systems to get SF off airs via fiber from WTCI. 1992: DMX project "Cable radio". 1994: Tom Kalog wants to know how many A/B switches the systems want in the 1994 budget. 1998: Laptops and Cell phones will be budgeted to allow supervisors to stay out in the field longer. 2000: Billy Vance is promoted to project engineer and...

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