High Quality Television Delivery Systems (1988)

By Clyde Robbins, General Instrument Corporation

Looking forward, signal quality will be increasingly important. A minimum performance target of 59 dB C/N is suggested. A method of improving cable system performance is outlined. Two alternate modulation schemes are presented for extended definition and picture quality over existing cable systems.

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