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.
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.