A New Antenna for CATV (1965)

By Thomas B. Smith, Scientific Atlanta

Co-channel interference has become an increasingly important problem for CATV systems, due to the rapid growth of CATV popularity and the advent of all-channel distribution. Many systems now operate in the primary coverage area of one or more TV signals and distribute twelve channels of television; thus they are usually required to distribute fringe-station signals in order to fill their channel capacity.

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