Practical Methods Of Testing Cable Systems Under Present FCC Rules (1973)

By Robert C . Tenten, Home Box Office

In order to test a cable system according to FCC rules, we must first look at Subpart K of the Rules and Regulations for Cable Television Service; Cable Television Relay Service. This section tells what, when, where, and to a certain extent how to measure a cable system.

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