Ghost Cancelling And Cable (1991)

By Nick Hamilton-Piercy and Gary Chan, Rogers American Cablesystems Inc.

This paper provides a pragmatic approach to ghost canceller applications in a cable television system. The experience of Rogers Cablesystems in the deployment of ghost cancellers in its Vancouver operation will be shared with other cable operators and a check list of what precautions to take when installing a Ghost Canceller is presented. Further field tests are planned to assess the Ghost Canceller's ability to further recuperate an echo contaminated signal at various depths into the cable network. The ultimate goal of this exercise is to deliver the best possible picture.

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