Multipoint Distriblition Of Satellite Reception (1976)

By Stanley P. Lapin, Micro band

The size of satellite receive ground station antennas must be limited in metropolitan areas - both to avoid interference and to maximize the total nationwide satellite information handling capacity. In these metropolitan areas, then, local loops must be used to distribute the satellite signal to CATV systems and other users. MDS systems provide one method for such local loops. The MDS system in concept is similar to the satellite, and many of the economic advantages accrue to both. MDS provides distribution of the signal to any number of reception points, in an economic manner, and with high quality.

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