Electronic In-Home Integration (1990)

By Dave Wachob, Jerrold Communications

The 1990's promise to be an exciting time for the communications' industry, with rapid technical advances supporting a wide variety of new subscriber services. Electronic in-home integration of entertainment, telephony, home automation, control and security, interactivity and data services will all be feasible in the coming decade. CATV is well positioned to provide this integration through expansion of its technology, and the existing sales, installation, billing and support infrastructure. This paper will explore some of the technical, regulatory and historical issues surrounding integration opportunities.

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