Low Cost Rural CATV Systems (1981)

By Richard Kirn, Wire Teleview Corp.

Substantial economies may be achieved in the electronics of trunk and distribution systems by the user of high gain line extender amplifiers. Additional savings may be found in the head end design, reduction of dual trunk/distribution cabling, and labor value saving construction.

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