The Design Approach To A New CATV Distribution Amplifier (1983)

By Alan J. Schlenz, Scientific-atlanta, Inc.

Greater demands on the performance of cable television systems have imposed stringent requirements on distribution equipment. This paper discusses some of the problems encountered and solutions to meet these requirements in a low cost, high performance amplifier. Specific topics include discussion of packaging, implementation of optional accessories, return loss and response optimization, and control of loop isolation.

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