Packetcable: A New Interactive Cable System Technology (1982)

By Paul Baran, Packetcable Inc.

A new interactive two-way cable system technology is described. Alphanumeric text and graphic capability is provided for all users. A new architecture head end computer supports a large number of simultaneous data users. Full two-way remote addressable converter capability is provided for single and dual cable systems.

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