Considerations For Signals In The Reverse Feeder Lines (1973)

By Robert Wilson, Ameco, Inc.

Emphasis is placed on system design criteria for subscriber originated signals. Methods for establishing proper system operating levels based on system size are considered and the performance trade -offs are analyzed. System levels are established on an exemplar profile and the resultant component requirements examined. An examination of potential subscriber interference through propagation is made with recommended techniques for correction offered.

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