Rural Distribution Systems: A New Technique For Small System Trunking (1977)

By John A. Hastings, C-COR Electronics, Inc.

There is a requirement for the cable television industry to provide service to areas outside the basic body of the system. In many cases, small systems are actually comprised of many small systems interconnected by what is commonly called supertrunk, express trunk or simply dead trunk runs. This report will not eliminate these situations but will attempt to describe a new technique for providing high performance, low cost cable service to sparsely populated areas.

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