Two-Way Plant Characterization (1995)

By Albert J. Kim, Rogers Engineering

An array of new telecommunication services that encompasses video, voice, and data offers the cable television industry a tantalizing opportunity that can be capitalized by taking advantage of the broadband nature of the CATV networks. Although most cable systems can be upgraded to full bi-directional capability, the amount of experience and knowledge on the upstream or the reverse portion of the networks are inadequate relative to those on the traditional, forward direction. This paper describes two-way test procedures, equipment package, and field test results and experiences obtained from five cable testbed.

By clicking the "Download Paper" button, you are agreeing to our terms and conditions.

Similar Papers

Two-Way Plant Characterization
By Albert J. Kim, Rogers Engineering
Measurement Of CT2 Signal Performance Over Cable Television Facilities
By Gary Chan and Albert Kim, Rogers Engineering
Two-Way Cable Plant Characteristics
By Richard Citta And Dennis Mutzabaugh, Zenith Radio Corp
The Real World Of Two-Way
By J. I. Dixon, Director of Engineering, TeleCable Corporation
Two-Way Cable TV Technologies
By Ernest O. Tunmann, Tele-Engineering Corporation
Operational Considerations Associated With Two Way Cable Systems
By David L. Leininger and Donald J. Schiller, Las Colinas Association
Two-Way Is Alive And Well
By Donald T. Rozak, TOCOM, Inc.
Two-Way System Experiences
By D. Stevens McVoy, Coaxial Scientific Corporation
Analysis Of Two-Way Cable System Transient Impairments
By Richard S. Prodan, Ph.D. , Majid Chelehmal, Ph.D., Tom Williams, CableLabs
Two-Way CATV Systems Performance
By Andrew W. Barnhart, Senior Project Engineer Jerrold Electronics Corporation
More Results >>