CINET in Taiwan has recently completed the installation and commissioning of a point to point microwave link to transport the analog and digital cable TV signals from the mainland to an Island 3 Km distant. The microwave system consists of a broadband outdoor transmitter operating in the 12.7 to 13.25 GHz band, and an outdoor broadband receiver.
At the transmitter site, the cable signal is fed directly to the transmitter in the frequency range of 54 to 600 MHz. At the receiver site, the microwave receiver connects directly to the local cable network without the need for frequency converters or any other equipment. The microwave system provides Cable TV service to the cable subscriber in the Island without the need to install a new headend.
Miranda Chen, CINET Vice President, says “we are very pleased with the quality of the signal and the level of support from Cable AML during installation and commissioning of the system.”
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