Brady Volpe will be a panelist on:
"The two-way nature of cable networks is being increasingly exploited for innovative new features and services, including interactive TV applications, video conferencing, data back up, and wireless backhaul (all in addition to high speed data, VoIP, and Internet TV). Growing reliance on the return path highlights the very common problem of upstream cable ingress interferences. MSO's are planning the deployment of DOCSIS 3.1 technology to offer greater downstream/ upstream data download speeds to their customers. Obtaining the highest capacities offered by DOCSIS 3.1 will require cable network operations personnel to further tighten plants and eliminate sources of ingress impairments.
Consequently, cable operators are revisiting how they monitor and test for ingress, to be sure they can effectively identify and isolate problems before they start affecting service.
The objective of this seminar is to:
• Understand transmission line theory
• Evaluate the impact of ingress impairments on cable services
• Present the different ingress monitoring methods available
• Identify the positive impacts of repairing ingress sources
REMINDER: Attend this live webcast and pose your critical questions to the panel of experts during the Q&A session at the end of the broadcast.
Fellow panelists include:
|Wednesday, August 28, 2013|
|11:00 a.m. ET; 8:00 a.m. PT|
|Duration: 1 Hour|