Technical Considerations In The Design And Operation Of A Two-Way CATV System In A Major Market Area (1978)

By G. c. Kleykamp, UA-Columbia Cablevision, Inc.

The design and operation of a two-way CATV system in a major metropolitan market area involves a number of unique problems. Following a review of development in past years, the current design parameters are discussed and the author's recommendations are presented for the specification, design and operation of a contemporary two-way broadband communications system.

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