A Review Of The Cable Labs Consumer Electronics Interface Sub-committee (1989)

By Thomas R. Jokerst, Continental Cablevision

The Consumer Electronics Interface Sub-Committee is comprised of a group of engineers from the Cable Labs Technical Advisory Committee. These individuals share the common interest of trying to develop and promote ways to solve the "cable imposed obstacles" which diminish the features and usefulness of consumer electronics hardware when connected to certain types of cable television systems. The sub-committee will temporarily function as staff to Cable Labs until such time as Cable Labs personnel are on board to manage the projects associated with consumer electronics interfacing. After staffing is complete, the sub-committee will maintain a close involvement with consultants retained by Cable Labs as well as the staff of Cable Labs involved with consumer electronics interface projects.

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