Future Hybrid AM/Digital CATV Systems (1991)

By David Grubb III, Jerrold Communications

Digital video compression technology is being developed for NTSC and HDTV applications. In addition to the benefits to the subscriber in terms of picture quality, digital transmission has a number of implications for the distribution plant. This paper will detail some of the effects of digital signals on the CATV system.

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