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Quadrature Amplitude Modulation is a method of encoding digital signals on a cable television system.  It is commonly used to transmit digital cable TV channels on the otherwise analog RF cables, and can be decoded (assuming the video signal is not encrypted), by several types of tuner cards.
 
Quadrature Amplitude Modulation is a method of encoding digital signals on a cable television system.  It is commonly used to transmit digital cable TV channels on the otherwise analog RF cables, and can be decoded (assuming the video signal is not encrypted), by several types of tuner cards.
  
 
More information about QAM is available at [[wikipedia:Quadrature amplitude modulation|Wikipedia]].
 
More information about QAM is available at [[wikipedia:Quadrature amplitude modulation|Wikipedia]].

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Quadrature Amplitude Modulation is a method of encoding digital signals on a cable television system. It is commonly used to transmit digital cable TV channels on the otherwise analog RF cables, and can be decoded (assuming the video signal is not encrypted), by several types of tuner cards.

More information about QAM is available at Wikipedia.