RF Converters Are Alive And Well! (1983)

By Lindsay H. Miller, General Instrument Corporation Jerrold Division

With the advent of multi-level pay services, the incidence of theft of service has begun to rise. The Cable Operator in pursuit of a higher degree of security of his services from theft has turned to baseband scrambling techniques. Does this increased popularity of baseband units mean that RF scrambling techniques are a thing of the past? I believe the answer to this is NO! RF has some basic advantages over baseband and its past weaknesses have been overcome.

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