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Arthur Vemis Phones & Addresses

  • 47 Coventry Rd, Atkinson, NH 03811 (603) 362-5291
  • 116 Chadwick St, North Andover, MA 01845 (978) 688-8276
  • N Andover, MA

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Position: Retired

Education

Degree: Graduate or professional degree

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Cable Television Control Apparatus And Method With Channel Access Controller At Node Of Network Including Channel Filtering System

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US Patent:
58129286, Sep 22, 1998
Filed:
Apr 12, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/421664
Inventors:
John C. Watson - Gray ME
Arthur W. Vemis - North Andover MA
Mark H. Olinsky - Haverhill MA
William D. Sparks - Nashua NH
Assignee:
Watson Technologies - Portland ME
International Classification:
H04N 710
H04N 714
US Classification:
455 51
Abstract:
A cable television control apparatus includes a television channel access controller connected at a node of a cable television network between the network and at least one subscriber household. All available cable television channels, including premium channels, can be transmitted by the headend without scrambling. Each access controller receives channel selection signals, such as television tuner local oscillator signals, from within subscriber households. The controller detects the channel selection signal and identifies selected channels. A channel filtering system is tuned in accordance with the detected selection signal to pass only selected channels to subscribers while blocking all other channels.

Tunable Pass Filter Cable Television Control

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US Patent:
62668161, Jul 24, 2001
Filed:
Sep 18, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/156830
Inventors:
John C. Watson - Gray ME
Arthur W. Vemis - North Andover MA
Mark H. Olinsky - Haverhill MA
William D. Sparks - Nashua NH
Assignee:
Watson Technologies - Portland MA
International Classification:
H04N 716
H04N 7173
US Classification:
725120
Abstract:
A cable television control apparatus includes a television channel access controller connected at a node of a cable television network between the network and at least one subscriber household. All available cable television channels, including premium channels, can be transmitted by the headend without scrambling. Each access controller receives channel selection signals, such as television tuner local oscillator signals, from within subscriber households. The controller detects the channel selection signal and identifies selected channels. A channel filtering system is tuned in accordance with the detected selection signal to pass only selected channels to subscribers while blocking all other channels.
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