Implications of Ghost Cancelling to the Cable Industry (1992)

By Gary Chan, Rogers Engineering

The ghost cancelling effort is steadily migrating from a developmental stage to commercial applications and will eventually target to a wider application into consumers' television sets and VCRs. The influx of ghost cancelling into the cable industry is imminent. This paper will examine the issues that are important to the cable industry; it is based on earlier experiences on testing ghost cancellers done in: Vancouver - British Columbia (B.C.), Kitchener- Ontario, and the CableLabs' tests in Washington, D.C.

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