CATV System Performance -- The New York Experience (1975)

By Kenneth L. Foster, New York State Commission on Cable Television

The Commission on Cable Television is comprised of several divisions. However, the Telecommunications Division is most visible to operators.

Details of a mobile monitor van, as well as conclusions and recommendations on operational testing, will be discussed.

Activities of the van and results of testing systems of all sizes throughout the state will be analyzed. Performance, as it relates to over one hundred system tests, will be detailed.

Possible technical solutions to line extensions in low density areas will be considered in the light of actual system performance measurements.

The paper will conclude with a discussion of current system design based on measured performance.

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