Manuscript For Printed Record MATV Techniques For The CATV Operator (1967)

By Fred J. Schulz

CATV operators deliver their signals in most cases, to individual subscribers, through individual drop lines; however, almost all systems serve hotels, motels, apartment houses and similar multiple dwellings. Today, virtually all new large buildings in metropolitan areas have Master Antenna TV (MATV) systems. It is the purpose of this paper to disseminate the experiences and techniques used in the MATV industry.

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