Advances In Technology And New Installation Configurations Suggest Mechanical Modifications In CATV Amplifier Housings (1989)

By Scot Milne, Magnavox CATV Systems Company

While advances in amplifier technology (Power Doubling, Feedforward) have greatly altered the components a housing must contain, and new installation configurations (pedestal, vault) have altered the environment in which a housing must function, the housing itself has changed very little. Results from computer modeling suggest alternatives for housing design to meet these more demanding requirements.

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