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RTV+3007+Ch3+Lesson+5+rev - CableTechnology...

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How It All Works  o Huge expenses for satellites, receivers,  fiber optic lines and coaxial cable (all part of  build out costs) 
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How Cable Systems Bring More Coaxial Cable
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How Cable Systems Bring More Coaxial Cable n Allows Use of Additional Frequencies n Prevents Interference n Signal Processing Capability
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Cable System Architecture Head-end Distribution  Home Electronics
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Head-end Receives Signals from Various  Sources n Off-air television stations n Microwave transmissions
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Head-end Processes and Amplifies Signals Transmits Signals to the System  (“Downstream”) Receives Signals from Subscribers  (“Upstream”)
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Distribution plant (trunk, feeder, drop)
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Cable Architecture o In the 1990s star patterns of hybrid  fiber/coaxial (HFC) replaced  tree-and- branch set ups
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Home Electronics Set Top Box Converters n Returns frequencies to those “usable” by set
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This note was uploaded on 08/27/2011 for the course RTV 3007 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '08 term at University of Florida.

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