CATV Ancillary Services (1971)

By H. J. Moeller, EDC Company, Hatboro, Pennsylvania

The paper provides a description of future services to be offered, including telemetry circuits, secured closed circuits and communications channels and the basis upon which such services will be available.

Current state-of-the-art of terminal devices are presented in a definitive manner relating to services that will either simplify everyday social and economic activities and/or contributions to the entertainment and cultural needs of the subscriber. A base for broadband communications services in 1972, 1975 and 1980 are presented along with projected economics, hardware and software considerations.

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