Reliable Power For CATV Systems (1983)

By Robert J. Plow, Lorain Products

The trend to greater interactive use of today's cable systems requires power sources of greater reliability than the AC utility power line. The head end, outside plant, and subscriber each present unique power requirements to the system designer. The causes and effects of power line problems are defined and the various equipment choices to protect critical equipment at each location are analyzed.

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