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The coaxial cable system headend is the source point for all the programs offered on a system. It is also the main source of control, often referred to as the root of the trunk /branch-tree network. From this point, signals are delivered to subscribers via the trunk or distribution cable system known as the limbs and branches of the tree network topology. The headend system can vary from one central point to a system of other source points feeding a common source node. Headend signal system networks can range from simple to several locations connected by a trunk cable system. Some headend network topology is shown in Figure 3-1. For cable systems with an active reverse system in operation, reverse signals at the headend have to be processed upon arrival. Processing of reverse signals includes routing of signals to various pieces of equipment used in the cable system business. For example, a subscriber s two-way set-top box may send ordering information to the headend to request selected programming. When such programming has been delivered on the forward or downstream channel, a receipt will be sent back to the headend for subscriber account billing. Upstream services such as meter
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The radio spectrum is a finite resource, and there is only so much bandwidth available. Typical carrier frequencies for current point-to-point (fixed) satellite services 6/4 GHz (C band); 14/12 GHz (Ku band); and 30/20 GHz (Ka band). Traditional C and Ku-band transponder bandwidth is typically 36 MHz to accommodate one color television channel (or 1200 voice channels). One satellite may carry two dozen or more transponders. New applications, such as personal communications services, may change this picture. Bandwidth is limited by nature, but the allocations for commercial communications are limited by international agreements so that the scarce resource can be used fairly. Applications that are not bandwidth efficient waste a valuable resource, especially in the case of satellites. Scaleable technologies will be more important in the future.
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