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CATV (cable television service) is a term used for cable television service. Cable internet is made possible by the same cable infrastructure that provides cable internet. The majority of internet service providers (ISPs) provide consumers with several services through the same cable television (CATV) lines, including television, cable internet, and phone service.

History of Cable Television

Cable-television networks that first appeared in the United States in the late 1940s improved commercial network transmissions in distant and mountainous places. Many big cities in the 1960s saw the introduction of these devices, which were designed to strengthen local television coverage in places where tall buildings reflect signals. Broadcast signals are picked up by a “community antenna” and sent to homes and businesses in the surrounding area through a network of cables, commonly referred to as community antenna television (CATV) systems.

CATV Infrastructure

In order to serve their consumers, cable companies can run their own networks or contract out the use of their infrastructure to third parties. The provider normally uses fiber optic cables for CATV traffic, whereas the client often uses coaxial lines.

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DOCSIS

The Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification (DOCSIS) is supported by the vast majority of cable networks. DOCSIS is a standard that specifies how digital signaling over CATV lines should be implemented. The initial DOCSIS 1.0 standard, which was certified in 1997, has been steadily upgraded over the course of the years.

There have been DOCSIS 1.1, DOCSIS 2.0, DOCSIS 3.0, DOCSIS 3.1, and DOCSIS 3.1 Full Duplex.

You must utilize a modem that enables the same or higher version of DOCSIS than your provider’s network in order to get the most out of your cable internet connection’s entire feature set and functionality.

Cable Internet Services

The installation of a cable modem (usually a DOCSIS modem) is required in order for clients with cable internet service to link the internet service with their broadband routers or other devices.

Cable internet service requires customers to sign up for a service plan. Many service providers provide a wide range of plans, from the cheapest to the most expensive. The following are some of the most important considerations:

  • Known as bundled bundles, these contracts combine cable television, cable internet, and telephone service into a single term. Despite the fact that bundled packages are higher than the cost of internet access alone, some consumers save money by continuing to use the same provider for all of their services.
  • Some cable internet plans restrict the quantity of data generated during each billing cycle (which is often monthly), whilst others allow for limitless data use.
  • Customers who do not want to purchase a cable modem can rent one for a small charge from most service providers, which is an extra fee.

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CATV Connectors

The television is connected to the cable service through a coaxial wire, which is hooked to the TV. In order to connect a cable modem to a cable service provider, the same type of cable is utilized. These cables are equipped with a standard F-type connection, which is also known as a CATV connector. These connections were used with analog television systems prior to the invention of cable television.

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