FCC Technical Standards (1976)

By Robert S. Powers, Federal Communications Commission

The Federal Communications Commission received the final report of the Cable Technical Advisory Committee (CTAC) nearly eleven months ago. Some actions to modify cable technical standards are now under way, partly as a result of the CTAC report. Other possible actions are being considered and further researched by the Commission staff. This paper is to report the current status of FCC's re-examination of cable technical standards on the basis of CTAC recommendations and other sources of advice and information.

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