CATV Leakage Aerial Surveys (1988)

By Robert V.C. Dickinson, Edwin L. Dickinson, Dovetail Systems Corporation

Over the past few years the date of July 1990 has been deeply etched on the minds of CATV operators as the date when the FCC will begin to enforce the provisions of Part 76.611 regarding annual qualification of cable systems to the cable leakage standards. Compliance with this section was delayed in the rule making of late 1984 in order to allow cable systems to "clean up their leakage act". When enforcement of this section begins the Commission has threatened severe consequences including forfeitures and cessation of operation for lack of compliance. Not to dwell on this well known area, suffice it to say that the consequences are highly undesirable for the cable operator.

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