Centralized Cable Leakage Detection, Location And Measurement (1985)

By Robert V .C. Dickinson

Continuous leakage monitoring is a firm requirement under the FCC rules. Meeting this requirement may well become a very expensive and time consuming routine. Centralizing and automating the necessary procedures would be a welcomed relief for the cable industry. This goal will be achieved only after numerous technical problems are solved. This paper discusses several possible mechanisms which might be employed to reach it.

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