Videotex On Two-Way Cable Television Systems - Some Technical Considerstions (1982)

By Efrem I . Goldberg, GTE Laboratories Incorporated

An interactive videotex system for two-way cable television is technically feasible today. This discussion focuses on characteristics of cable television systems that influence their performance as data networks and data communications concepts as they apply to this use of cable. It is intended for those considering the merging of the two technologies. Network topology, signaling, and protocols are covered in the cable TV context.

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