Just Twelve Inches Away (1965)

By Rudy Riley, President of System Engineering Inc.

A casual glance at a well-constructed CATV plant reveals the striking similarity to its neighbor, just 12 inches away. Since the beginning of our industry, telephone research, techniques and equipment have contributed · immeasurably to the success of CATV.

Historically, the basic problems experienced by the telephone companies have proved to be common to all cabled communication networks. This paper will discuss the two factors that effect the economics of a cable system most. Cable and its maintenance.

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