Advanced Hybrids For CATV Amplifiers (1983)

By Jay G. Staiger, Magnavox CATV Systems, Inc.

Improvements in hybrid I.C. amplifiers from applications of superior impedence matching and thermal design techniques result in a cost effective means to achieve better noise and distortion performance for a CATV Distribution System. When implemented in a CATV design, several benefits can be realized:

  1. Longer trunk cascades.
  2. Higher trunk gains.
  3. Expand existing bandwidth - 270- 450 MHz.
  4. Eliminate expensive hub architectures.
  5. Eliminate expensive distortion cancelling techniques
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