Data Collection For Status Monitoring Systems (1989)

By Jeffrey Cox, Magnavox CATV Systems Company

Status monitoring is a useful tool in maintaining the high quality of service demanded by today's subscriber. Unless a two way cable system is available, it is not always possible to implement status monitoring with the available techniques. This paper examines several techniques for collecting the data from status monitoring devices. Two approaches to using the RF return path are discussed. Four techniques for gathering data when no conventional RF return is available are then discussed.

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