Cable television. References to headend or distribution hub.
Cabel TeleVision. Both TV and Radio signal are offered by cable.
A system for distributing television programming by a cable network rather than by broadcasting electromagnetic radiation.
An RF distribution system which distributes television broadcast programs, original programs, premium programming and other services using a network of coaxial cable.
Community antenna television.
Acronym for cable TV
A cable television network system.
Short for Cable Access Television. The method for distributing RF signals via coaxial cable rather than radiated through the air.
Cable TV connector
Original name for cable television. Used in older sources.
More commonly known as cable TV
Cable television, video and audio signals transmitted through coaxial cables terminated with F-connectors to television tuners enabling the television to display a large number of channels with little distortion and no antenna.
Cable Television, as opposed to CCTV or Closed Circuit Television
Cable television systems. Fiber OWL FO610 recommended.
Cable TV, cable television
Cable access television systems have a common antenna or source from which signals are distributed to a number of users. Often also called closed circuit TV (CCTV).
CATV is now known as cable TV. It refers to the 6-MHz path on the spectrum which carries a TV signal.
The original name for cable television.
(Cable TV). TV broadcast that uses cable as a transmission medium.
A publically or privately owned system that uses coaxial cable to transmit broadcast television programming received by a central antenna to subscribers.
(Community Access Television) - Also known as Cable TV.
Signals that can be received at a selected site by sensitive, directional antennas and then transmitted to subscribers via a cable network. Additional channels, not normally available in that area, can also be transmitted. Traditional analog CATV is based on RF transmission, generally using 75-ohm coaxial cable as the transmission medium. CATV offers multiple frequency-divided channels, allowing mixed transmissions to be carried simultaneously.
A broadband 75-ohm coaxial cable based Radio Frequency transmission system which is gaining popularity as a data transmission system.