Looong Shelf Life for Analog

Farrell, Mike; Haugsted, Linda; Spangler, Todd
January 2008
Multichannel News;1/21/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p4
This article discusses the proceedings of the "Society of Cable Telecommunications' Emerging Technologies" conference held on January 2008 in Los Angeles. It discusses that there will still be analog channels for the next 30 years. There will be enough spectrum to do everything as cable implements new bandwidth-optimization techniques like switched digital video.


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