Servicio de Telecable de Huejutla , a Cable Operator in Huejutla (Mexico), needed to get Cable TV signals to the towns of Tehuetlan, Ataplexco and Huautla, at distances from the headend in Huejutla ranging from 14 Km to 30 Km.
The company chose a Cable AML microwave system consisting of a transmitter at the Headend in Huejutla, a repeater at San Francisco and receivers at each of the 3 towns.
Rugged terrain between the towns posed an enormous challenge. The trip up the mountain at San Francisco was so treacherous that vehicles and pack animals were not an option. All the equipment was all carried by people on foot, then assembled onsite by company engineers.
Fiber was an unlikely option due to the terrain, but if it had been possible to run cables between the various sites, it would have cost as much as five times more. Instead, the company was able to deliver Cable TV service to the three towns efficiently and at a much lower cost.
While Servicio Telecable Huejutla has no immediate plans to provide Internet service, the Cable AML system can be upgraded in the future to two-way service. Mmds digital system upgraded in Lithuania’s capital city.
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