Tuner Characteristics Of Cable-ready Receivers (1994)

By Joseph Van Loan, Cablevision Industries and David Large, InterMedia Partners

Congress has directed the FCC to define the characteristics a television receiver must have if it is to be marketed as "Cable-Ready" This paper describes the joint filing of the receiver and cable industries, along with the author comments, on those characteristics required in order that directly attached receivers A) not interfere with the operation of the cable system and, B) assure viewers of a reasonable degree of performance.

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