Implications Of The Developing Operating Environment On CATV Terminal Equipment (1985)

By Geoffrey W. Gates, Cox Cable Communications, Inc.

Terminal equipment options are analyzed with respect to marketing and operating environment factors. Based on this analysis, a business model is proposed and developed in two scenarios for further terminal equipment development.

By clicking the "Download Paper" button, you are agreeing to our terms and conditions.

Similar Papers

Implications Of The Developing Operating Environment On CATV Terminal Equipment
By Geoffrey W. Gates, Cox Cable Communications, Inc.
1985
Can Optical Fiber Compete With Coaxial Cable?
By Garold S. Tjaden, Cox Cable Communications, Inc.
1983
Operating Legacy Cable Modems in an FDX Environment
By Shaul Shulman, Intel Corporation
2019
An Equipment Scenario For Delivering Stereo Sound On CATV Systems
By J. W. Wonn, Group W Cable, Inc.
1984
CATV Via Satellite
By Frederick W. Ford, G. Norman Penwell, Louis B. Early, Robert D. Briskman, Irving A. Kahn, Frank W. Norwood, Nathaniel E. Feldman,
1969
BTSC Stereo And Cable Systems: Measurement Techniques and Operating Practices
By Alex Best, Cox Cable Communications
1989
The Cox National Backbone: Building A Scalable Optical Network For Future Applications And Network Evolution
By Dan Estes, Cox Communications and Gaylord Hart, Infinera
2008
Security Of Equipment And Services - The Terminal Manufacturers Role
By Graham S. Stubbs, OAK Industries Inc.
1977
What Shannon Really Said About Communications And Its Implications To CATV.
By Robert S. Burroughs, Panasonic Technologies
1990
Computer-Aided CATV System Design
By Richard L. Amell, Cox Cable Communications, Inc.
1979
More Results >>