Creating Logical Channels And Implementing Advanced Spectrum Management (2007)

By Jack Moran and Michael Cooper, Motorola Connected Home Solutions

DOCSIS® 2.0 support for logical channels enables cable operators to increase the available upstream bandwidth. This paper will highlight the business and service advantages of creating logical channels and implementing advanced spectrum management to monitor performance and efficiently utilize HFC bandwidth.

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