Network Compatffile Architectures (1992)

By John Caezza, Magnavox CATV Systems, Inc.

In recent years, fiber optic transportation equipment has caused the CATV industry to rethink traditional system architectures and service delivery methods. With digital compression in an explosive development phase and I GHz bandwidths rapidly becoming a reality, we are once again re-evaluating architectures and service delivery methods.

In this paper we will take a look at some of the techniques we can use today to make use of Network Compatible Architectures. These NCAs will allow for customer- and capital-friendly system upgrades in the future at the expense of a little pre-planning today.

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