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Getting the Best out of Coax Webinar
Getting the Best out of Coax Webinar

Welcome to the first of many webinars on subjects in the Broadband Industry.

Amphenol Broadband Solutions and the SCTE will be hosting a Coax Webinar.

The webinar overview :
A simple transmission line…
Important Cable specifications
Frequency rating up to 3GHz to support DOCSIS 3.1 and beyond
Fire safety and design considerations
The future for coax and system considerations

There will be a short presentation followed by a round table and Q&A round, with questions received before and during the webinar.

Moderator: James Harwood FSCTE - Executive Member.
Round Table
Amphenol Broadband Solutions: Tim Cooke - Product Manager, and Nick Padfield - Technical Product Manager
The SCTE: Rien Baan HFSCTE - Vice President and Anthony Basham FSCTE - President.

This webinar will be recorded.

Jan 28, 2021 03:00 PM in London

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Speakers

Tim Cooke
Product Manager @Amphenol Broadband Solutions
Timothy Cooke is Product Manager for Amphenol Broadband Solutions. In this role, he supports all facets of engineering and product development through collaborative work with customers as well as industry standards organizations. Drawing on his deep experience in product design and engineering, Mr. Cooke leads the strategy and development of current and next generation solutions for the broadband industry. His associations include the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE), the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA-NEC), and the National Electrical Safety Council.
Nick Padfield
Technical Product Manager @Amphenol Broadband Solutions
Nick Padfield is a Technical Product Manager for Amphenol Broadband Solutions. He primarily supports customers to uncover and understand their needs and translate these into requirements and work closely with the product development team to provide a solution. Nick has gained a broad range of RF Engineering experience since graduating from the University of Birmingham and draws on this knowledge to work closely with Amphenol’s Engineering Teams around world. Nick is a member of the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE).