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and monitored In most instances the headend building is surrounded by a security fence and has an intrusion alarm as well as temperature and signal monitors Usually, headends employ stand-by emergency power systems Many cable operators have telemetering links connecting the company of ces with monitored information
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1 Explain the reason that antenna spacing on a television-receiving tower is critical 2 Explain why a preampli er may be needed for a tower-mounted antenna 3 For an antenna tower system, what must be done to protect the headend from the effects of lightning 4 Describe the emergency alert system (EAS) for a cable operator 5 Describe the basic purpose of a video/audio television modulator 6 For a satellite receive-only station, explain why it is advisable to have frequency down-conversion at the antenna feed point 7 What is the main reason to harmonically relate the cable carrier frequencies at the headend 8 List two possible locations for an off-air preampli er at the receiving-antenna tower site 9 Explain the purpose of the headend combining network 10 Describe the difference between a signal processor and what is called a demod/remod scheme
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3 An eight-input combining network provides a constant 22 dBmV output to the trunk feed point If this combining network is constructed of 8 dB directional couplers with a 1 dB through loss, calculate the eight input levels 4 If two-way splitters are going to be used as an eight-input combiner, how many of these devices will be needed 5 For the combining network in problem 4, calculate the input levels for a constant output level of 22 dBmV Assume each splitter is perfect with a loss of 3 dB 6 If a microwave path is to be operated at 13 GHz and the hop distance is 30 mi, calculate the path loss
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Fiber-Optic Technology in Cable Systems
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After learning the material in this chapter the student will be able to
Explain the development of optical ber as a communication method Describe optical light sources and detectors as the light transmitters and receivers Describe the various methods of splicing and connectorizing optical bers Identify the areas of ber-optical applications in a cable television system Explain the construction practices required to properly install ber-optical cables Describe proper handling of ber-optical cable and recommended preliminary admittance testing procedure Explain the nal test and acceptance procedure following construction
41 Introduction
Fiber-optic technology as applied to cable television systems was just what the industry needed Cable systems were expanding their bandwidth with the upper limit approaching 1 GHz The number of ampli ers per cable-mile of plant was increasing at an alarming rate High power consumption required more power supplies, which in turn caused system costs to increase More cable plant devices and connectors caused increased signal leakage problems, all contributing to increased plant maintenance and escalating costs It was indeed a dif cult and expensive project to expand plant bandwidth and channel capacity Fiber-optic technology started out as simply plastic light pipes acting as monitor indicators for a variety of applications including automobiles The continued research into the eld of optics and optical bers nally produced beroptic communications
Fiber-Optic Technology in Cable Systems
411 Fiber-Optic Development
The development of optical ber technology began in the 1950s and 1960s with the invention of light ampli cation by a stimulated emission radiography device, the laser Early lasers were essentially research tools used to study transmission of light through various optical devices, glass ber included The rst lasers were gas-type lasers with large amounts of light energy transmitted The manufacturing methods for forming glass (silica) bers were developed by companies in the United States and abroad As light sources were developed, glass bers contributed to the development of ber-optic communications 4111 The signi cance of the laser was due to its capability to supply a high-intensity light output at essentially one wavelength and be coherent (in phase) as well Thus, it was described by its action as a monochromatic coherent light source The laser of choice for communication applications became the solid-state laser diode This device was small enough to be mated with the end of an optical ber The development of the photodiode was also important to the communication application because this was the photo detector or receiver This photodiode was the transducer that converted the received light energy to electrical energy Now the ingredients the transmitter, the ber-optic cable, and the receiver were available for a ber-optic communication system 4112 A review of applicable optical physics will help give more of an insight into how an optical ber communications system operates For a beroptic communications link, the carrier is optical energy that propagates through the ber to the receive point The optical transmitter at the sending end has to be modulated with the electrical signal At the receiving end, the receiver converts the modulated optic wave to electrical energy that is nearly an exact replica of the sending end electrical signal The transmission medium from the sending end to the receiving end is a glass ber Two types of silica glass bers exist; one is called multimode and the other single mode The modes are essentially the same as waveguide modes in the RF domain We should recall that radio frequency (electromagnetic) radiation travels at the speed of light (in a vacuum and nearly so for air) This is because light energy is electromagnetic and propagates through space as well as glass bers It should come as no shock that glass bers operate as waveguides for light energy Often when light energy is mentioned, we think of visual light If a person looks through a
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