Solving Ingress Problems Of Foreign Signals (1976)

By Walter O. Gerber, Guam Cable TV System

The entrance of foreign signals into a CATV System can cause serious problems. There are off-the-air carriers throughout the spectrum used in CATV. The unwanted signal on your system can disrupt service and cause a flood of customer complaints. The following is an inexpensive, field proven method to locate the exact point where ingress of foreign signals can occur.

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