Return System Sweep/Balance And Maintenance (1983)

By Jonathan R, Ridley, General Instrument Corporation/Jerrold Division

With the greater importance of bi-directional video and data transmission in today 1s cable systems, there now is a greater need for accurate and repeatable set-up procedures and sweep and balance techniques for both the forward and return systems.

This paper will discuss a particular method of return system testing, which will allow for rapid and repeatable system testing. The methodology will be consistent with accepted good engineering practices, so as to afford the operator the assurance of quality test results. The method is cost effective from both the test equipment cost standpoint as well as labor utilization,

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