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Using OMI to Benchmark CATV Systems

Posted by Kevin Miller on Wed, Oct 31, 2018 @ 12:10 PM

Benchmarking is the evaluation of a performance in contrast to a standard, typically based on best processes and organizations in your industry. Typically bench marking revolves around key factors which are cost, time and quality. When considering communications systems of fiber optics, bench marking refers to the quality of performance of the information that is delivered. It is also a tremendously noteworthy impact on cost as well as time.

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Topics: omi fiber, catv transmitter, catv system operator

Benchmarking CATV System Performance with OMI

Posted by Kevin Miller on Tue, May 24, 2011 @ 10:05 AM

Benchmarking is a term that is used widely to evaluate one's performance against a standard, which is typically based on the best organizations or processes in your industry.  In most cases, the goals of benchmarking are often centered around key factors such as quality, time, and cost.  In the performance of fiber optic communications systems, benchmarking generally applies to the performance quality of the information provided, but on a second level has an extremely significant impact on both time and cost.

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Topics: optical modulation index, omi, catv system, laser transmitter, omi meter, rf drive level, fos 1000a, catv system operator, catv operators