Cable Television - Its Role In Data Transmission A Case Study At Bankers Trust Company (1976)

By Alan C. Maltz, Bankers Trust Company

Commercial Data Transmission in dense metropolitan areas is a CATV "natural", both because the system capacity is there, and because coaxial cable is inherently one of the cleanest mediums for the transmission of computer data. Virtually any building in the CATV franchise area can easily be entered and cabled internally, thus making the system accessible to most business offices.

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