CATV Distortion Measurement Techniques (1972)

By Jerald S. Crusan

The general industry acceptance of mid and superband channels heralds a new era in system maintenance. To meet the challenge one must understand the factors that contribute to the distortions and develop the techniques necessary to diagnose and remedy problems while in their infancy. The measurement of CATV distortions is not a difficult assignment, however it does require proper instrumentation.

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