Small System Architecture For Digital Cable (2002)

By Christopher Poli, PE and Michael Hicks, Motorola Broadband Communications Sector

This paper focuses on the basic architectural elements required for digital cable service with an expandable architecture that makes it economically advantageous to deploy in a cable headend with as few as 1000 basic subscribers. This assumes 20% digital penetration or approximately 200 digital subscribers.

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