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(i)

The aural carrier of any channel carried on the Grantee’s system shall not be more than -13 dB or less than -17 dB with respect to the corresponding video carrier level.

(ii)

Minimum video signal level at input to a subscriber converter, subscriber television antenna terminal connector(s), or subscriber FM radio receiver antenna terminal connector(s) shall be not less than +3 dBmV.

(iii)

FM broadcast signals that may be carried on the Grantee’s system between 88 MHz and 108 MHz (if any) shall have a signal level no less than the aural carrier of cable channel 6 on its system, then the minimum signal level of FM broadcast carriers carried shall be no less than the aural carrier level on the lowest television channel carried on the Grantee’s system.

(iv)

The Grantee shall, upon receipt of a written or oral formal or informal complaint, immediately take whatever steps are required to eliminate and prevent the ingress or egress of its signals which cause interference of any type or nature to other communications services licensed by the Federal Communications Commission.

(7)

Minimum Technical Standards:  Subscriber Network Reverse (Upstream) Direction (as required in section 15).

System Bandwidth:5 MHz to 30 MHz

Sweep Peak to Valley Response

5 MHz to 30 MHz4 dB

Peak to Valley Response

any 6 MHz:2 dB

Carrier to Noise 4MHz bandwidth:45 dB

Carrier to Cross Modulation:55 dB

Carrier to Second Order Beat:55 dB

Carrier to Hum Modulation:40 dB

(i)

The aural carrier of any channel carried on the Grantee’s system shall be not more than -13 dB or less than -17 dB with respect to the corresponding video carrier level.

(8)

Test Equipment Requirements.

(i)

The Grantee, at all times during the franchise period, shall be required to maintain within its Spokane system test equipment sufficient to demonstrate system performance as described in 47 CFR 76 (the FCC Rules), the ordinance, the franchise, and this exhibit.  Said test equipment shall be calibrated by a competent laboratory, at the Grantee’s sole expense, at intervals no less than specified by the equipment manufacturer(s).  Certificates of calibration shall be maintained on file in the local Spokane office at all times, and shall be made available for inspection by the City, upon request, during normal business hours.  Said test equipment shall be used during any proof of performance test or demonstration which may be required by the City.

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