Evolution Of The British Telecom Switched-star Cable TV System (1989)

By John R Fox, British Telecom Research Labs

After briefly reviewing cable TV progress in the UK, the more advanced developments will be described, focussing on the British Telecom switched-star network, deployed already in Westminster and now with a second generation design coming to fruition. The evolution of the switched-star concept towards a multi-service network is discussed, and an implementation aimed at a small field trial in 1990 is described.

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