Calibration Of Cross Modulation Measurements (1971)

By Steve J. Kempinski & James E. Fogle C-Cor Electronics, Inc.

Cross modulation measurement is an especially important parameter in the determination of CATV system performance. In the industry today several cross modulation test sets are available to fulfill the need to measure cross modulation. However, for accurate measurements these test sets must be calibrated in an accurate and repeatable manner. This calibration is accomplished by the insertion of a known cross modulation level, which is then used as a standard for comparison.

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