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Nonlinear Problems in the Design of Cable-Powered Distribution Networks

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1 Author(s)
Jacob Shekel ; Jerrold Electronics Corporation

In a cable-powered distribution network, the regulated power supplies of the various active components present a nonlinear load to the power voltage. A unit with a switching voltage regulator is approximately a constant-power load, whose current drain drops with increasing voltage. A series-resistance controlled regulator is approximately a constant-current load, but taps on the primary of the transformer change the characteristic to a staircase of constant-current segments.

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IEEE Transactions on Cable Television  (Volume:CATV-1 ,  Issue: 1 )