Minimal Bandwidth Upgrades (1995)

By Ted E. Hanson, Post Newsweek Cable

The operational bandwidth of a cable television system is normally limited to something at or near it's designed bandwidth. The designed bandwidth of a system frequently is more perceived than actual. The ability to accurately analyze the factors at play in an existing system may provide the understanding necessary to em bark on a very cost effective bandwidth upgrade. A clear understanding of how these factors interrelate and their economic burden can frequently result in the planning and execution of a project that provides bandwidth enhancement and additional revenue.

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