Considerations For Implementing Teletext In The Cable System (1980)

By John J. Lopinto, Home Box Office

In a few years, commercial teletext service will begin in the United States. Technical standards, regulatory considerations and semiconductor designs will have been established to permit the feasibility of a teletext service for every market segment. The cable industry has an opportunity to exploit the versatility inherent in any teletext service. This paper is intended to identify the key parameters within the cable environment as they impact on the implementation of teletext.

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