Off Premises Technology Comparisons (1989)

By Lamar West, Himanshu Parikh, Neil Robertson, Allen Childers, Mark Doremus, Scientific-Atlanta

The last decade has witnessed a significant change in the direction of the CATV industry. The advent of satellite delivery of premium programming has broadened the appeal of CATV as a method to supply home entertainment. This, in turn, has resulted in a huge increase in the CATV subscriber base. However, in addition to this new base, it has also resulted in the need for viable denial technologies to control the dissemination of this premium programming.

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