RF System Design For Cable TV A New Approach (1982)

By Allen Koch, Compucon, Inc.

The high demand for cable TV systems with more channel capacity and two-way communications has caused increased congestion in the CARS frequency band, and a need for new microwave system planning techniques.

Compucon has developed a new computer program which can quickly scan a computerized data base and identify available channels in designated directions. This paper discusses how this new system planning technique may be applied in the early planning stage to select a feasible cable system configuration.

In addition, ideas are presented to combine earth station and CARS band planning to help design an integrated system for program reception and distribution.

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