November 6, 2017
In my day, systems redesigns were written on a napkin
The cable television has changed dramatically. With all the data that is being transported back and forth, one thing has remained the same-coaxial cable is still the backbone of the network. Sure, many have moved to an HFC network, but the demand for copper to supply the node is critical. In this blog, Ryan Hanes explains how service providers can provide both RF and power to a network with a new coaxial cable.