A leading US Cable Operator has recently completed the upgrade of a microwave system transporting HFC Cable TV signals from the Headend to four hubs 17 miles (27 Km) away.
The microwave system consists of a high-power broadband transmitter operating in the 12.7 to 13.2 GHz band. The output of the transmitter feeds four paths simultaneously. At each of the four receiver sites, the receiver output is directly connected to the local cable plant.
The Cable AML broadband high power transmitters can be used in the hub-and- spoke configuration to transport HFC (Cable TV) signals at a significantly lower cost than other alternatives.
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