User Friendly Cable Stereo Module (1985)

By Thomas C. Matty, W&S Systems Company

This paper describes the W & S Systems' SM-2001 cable stereo module. We would like to explain what it is, how it works, and where it can be used. The basic function of this unit is to provide access to stereo signals delivered in the FM format (88.1 + 119.9 mHz) on many cable systems in a user-friendly, convenient way. It contains an EEPROM which allows it to be custom programmed for any cable system delivering FM format transmissions. It is our opinion that it can be used in any cable system without modification to the headend or the system.

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