An Optimal 'Full-Service' HFC Network (1995)

By Israel Switzer, P.Eng. MediaLinx Interactive Inc.

Dual-cable (one cable upstream, one downstream) is recommended as the best solution to the upstream bandwidth problem. Separate power conductors provide flexibility and adequate capacity for powering the network and user interfaces.

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