Cost Effective Cable Television Transport For PCN (1992)

By George Hart, Rogers Engineering

A novel approach for universal transport of PCN signals on Cable Television facilities is described. Experimental Remote Antenna Driver (RAD) hardware has been tested on Cable Television facilities in a variety of user environments including residential, office and shopping mall. Network architecture evolution based on fiber optic signal transport supports consumer demand paced capital deployment. Bidirectional cable transport, essential for PCN is discussed. A comparison with standalone base-station deployment is made.

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