Critical Characteristics of Coaxial Cable for Community Television Applications (1964)

By David E. Karrmann, Times Wire and Cable Company

Looking ahead in providing quality systems with . long life and trying to meet new standards for the industry, I would like to discuss what we think to be a very critical characteristic of cable itself. This is the impedance uniformity.

By clicking the "Download Paper" button, you are agreeing to our terms and conditions.

Similar Papers

Critical Characteristics of Coaxial Cable for Community Television Applications
By David E. Karrmann, Times Wire and Cable Company
1964
Coaxial Cable Performance for CATV
By Allen Kushner, Times Wire and Cable
1965
Copper Clad Aluminum Fine Wire In Coaxial Cable
By John C. Fan, Manager, Research & Development Copper Clad Aluminum Wire & Frank A. Spexarth, Communication Industry Products
1970
Cable Television - Its Role In Data Transmission A Case Study At Bankers Trust Company
By Alan C. Maltz, Bankers Trust Company
1976
Cable Television: A Community Information System At Jonathan
By E.D. McCormick, President, Community Information Systems, Inc.
1972
A. Coaxial Cable Connector Design To Overcome Cold Flow Characteristics Of Cable Materials
By E. Clarke Quackenbush and A.. Earle Ericson, Tidal Communications
1974
E-Commerce Over Cable: Providing Security For Interactive Applications
By Tony Wasilewski, Scientific-Atlanta, Inc.
1999
Spectrum Analyzer Applications In Cable Television
By I. Switzer, P. Eng., Chief Engineer, Maclean-Hunter Cable TV Limited
1971
Analysis And Measurement Of CATV Drop Cable RF Leakage
By Kenneth L. Smith, Times Wire and Cable Wallingford
1979
Sweep Testing of Coaxial Cable
By Mr. Ken Simons, Jerrold Corporation
1965
More Results >>