Jamming Techniques For Off-Premises Addressabiuty (1983)

By Robert V .C. Dickinson, E-COM Corporation

A great deal of attention is being given to off-premises control of premium cable services. Off-premises devices have usually taken the form of either "pole-mounted converters" or hybrid systems involving fiber optics. This paper presents a description of an off-premises premium entertainment control technique employing jamming signals to render unauthorized channels unintelligible. This approach offers some major features and provides many operational and economic advantages. A description of this product and its operational effectiveness will be presented in this paper.

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