Definitions for "10 BROAD36"
Broad36 is an obsolete standard for carrying 10 Mbit/s Ethernet signals over standard 75 ohm CATV cable over a 3600 meter range. Unlike most Ethernet standards, like 10 BASE-T, which use a baseband type encoding, where the signal is simply encoded directly on the wire without any sort of carrier wave, 10Broad36 modulated its data onto an RF baseband, much as an audio signal would be encoded onto a carrier wave to be transmitted in a radio station. This provides several advantages over the more traditional baseband signal.