Two-Way Cable TV Technologies (1982)

By Ernest O. Tunmann, Tele-Engineering Corporation

Two-way Cable TV Technologies covers the broad range of uses of state of the art coaxial cable transmission systems for Integrated Video, Voice and Data Transmission. The paper describes the four levels of a nationwide broadband coaxial transmission system that would permit the transfer of high speed data, voice and video. The Regional Interconnect System Architecture Level 3- "the missing link" - is discussed in detail relative to frequency spectrum, capacity and equipment requirements.

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