A Documentation Process For CATV Systems (1972)

By Larry D. New, Cox Cable Communications, Inc.

Today's CATV systems are complex networks of specialized electronic equipment and cable -- much too complex to be retained wholly in the minds of the personnel responsible for the system operation. A uniform system of documenting this information must be adopted in order to maintain a CATV system under the standards we operate with today.

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