Cable Television Inspections By FOB Field Engineers (1978)

By John R. Hudak, Federal Communications Commission

Engineers with the Federal Communications Commission's Field Operations Bureau have responsibility for inspecting cable television systems. This paper discusses the considerations of selecting a system for inspection, the organization and responsibilities of FCC field units, some of the general technical procedures followed, recent inspection findings and inspection follow-up. Also, the cable operator's responsibilities in assisting with the inspection are outlined.

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