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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 2609

Hybrid Fiber-Coax Systems
Editor(s): Wai Sum Lai; Sam T. Jewell
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 2609
Date Published: 24 November 1995
Softcover: 25 papers (266) pages
ISBN: 9780819419736

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Standards for HFC-based residential broadband: IEEE project 802.14--its mission, charter, and status
Author(s): John W. Eng
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Adaptive MAC-layer protocol for multiservice digital access via tree and branch communication networks
Author(s): Sriram Kotikalapudi; Chia-Chang Li; Peter D. Magill; Norman A. Whitaker; James E. Dail; Miguel A. Dajer; Curtis A. Siller
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Using ATM over hybrid fiber-coax networks
Author(s): Mark Laubach
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Hybrid fiber-coax (HFC) architecture overview
Author(s): Blaina A. Kaplan
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Integrated services to the home and small business over a service-independent HFC network
Author(s): Raymond Counterman
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Metropolitian area network services comprised of virtual local area networks running over hybrid fiber-coax and asynchronous transfer mode technologies
Author(s): William S. Biedron
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Operational issues in a two-way HFC environment
Author(s): Alex Mends-Cole
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Agent-based paradigm for integration of interactive cable television operations and business support systems
Author(s): Scott Wattawa
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Integrated switching system interface for the voice-grade services of a hybrid fiber-coax system
Author(s): Wayne Arvidson; Song Jiang
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Two-way cable television system characterization
Author(s): Paul T. Schauer
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QAM and VSB for digital transmission on hybrid fiber-coax
Author(s): Kenneth J. Kerpez
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Performance analysis of QAM-VADSL systems for FTTC networks
Author(s): Pedro M. Crespo; Javier Garcia-Frias
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Future services for cable television networks
Author(s): William Hugh Powell
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Overview of hybrid fiber-coaxial network deployment in the deregulated UK environment
Author(s): Alan L. Cox
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Consumer judgments of MPEG1 video
Author(s): Gregory W. Cermak; Ernest P. Tweedy; Sandra K. Teare; James C. Stoddard
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CBR channels on a DQRAP-based HFC network
Author(s): Chien-Ting Wu; Graham Campbell
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Discrete wavelet multitone (DWMT) system for digital transmission over HFC links
Author(s): Richard W. Gross; Michael A. Tzannes; Stuart Sandberg; Halil Padir; Xuming Zhang
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Synchronized discrete multitone: a bandwidth-efficient solution for the upstream channel of an HFC system
Author(s): John A.C. Bingham
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Efficient support of best-effort traffic in passive tree local loops
Author(s): John D. Angelopoulos; Stratos K. Fragoulopoulos; E. N. Protonotarios
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Development of a laser diode clipping model: part 1
Author(s): Craig M. Chamberlain
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Effects of upstream channel distortion in HFC networks
Author(s): Luis Alberto Campos; David Krinsky
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Coaxial cable distribution plant performance simulation
Author(s): Mark D. Carangi; Walter Y. Chen; Kenneth J. Kerpez; Craig F. Valenti
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Heterogeneous broadband network
Author(s): Lars Dittmann
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Evaluation of HFC reliability for full broadband services
Author(s): Kwang T. Koai
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Simulation tool for traffic analysis of hybrid fiber-coax systems
Author(s): David J. Houck; Wai Sum Lai
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