Fiber Optics And UHF In A CATV Network (1990)

By Bert Henscheid, Texscan Corporation

This paper describes a system that utilizes the extremely wide bandwidth of a fiber optic network by applying only UHF carriers in the range of 470 to 850 MHz. Such a system has many advantages and few disadvantages and would suffice as an international amplifier system.

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