Privacy For Cable Services (1972)

By Frank R. Eldridge, The MITRE Corporation

This paper reviews the need for the next generation of urban cable systems to provide various types of private cable services. It reviews current methods of providing Premium TV services, and various types of video channel switching and channel selection systems, as well as the types of address gating systems currently being developed and demonstrated by The MITRE Corporation on the Reston, Virginia, cable system. Finally, it discusses the possibility of developing a composite channel-selection-and- address-gating system that appears to offer an attractive and relatively inexpensive means of providing both private services and Premium TV services in future urban cable systems.

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