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    Cable Television Service in Madison


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    Business Listing   Charter Communications - Madison, WI - Phone: (608) 467-1294


    Business Listing   Convenience Electronics - Madison, WI - Phone: (608) 268-1380


    Business Listing   Entertainment Solutions - Madison, WI - Phone: (608) 223-6572


    Business Listing   Sky Cable TV of Madison - Madison, WI - Phone: (608) 271-6999


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    Helpful Definition for: Cable Television Service


    Cable Television Service in Madison is a television system that transmits through cables. Cable television service is a system that provides television to consumers in Wisconsin via radio frequency signals which are transmitted to televisions through the coaxial cables. It is also a kind of digital light pulse through fixed optical strings located on the subscriber's property, almost like traditional television broadcasting through radio waves in which a television antenna is essential. Through the cable service many non-television services may also be provided like, FM radio programming, high-speed Internet, telephone, etc. The key service is different radio frequency signals used bringing optical links to the subscribers property.

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