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set-top box

n
(Telecommunications) a device which converts the signals from a digital television broadcast into a form which can be viewed on an analogue television set
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set-top box

n (TV) → Digitalreceiver m, → d-box® f
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continues to expand its set-top box business in mainland China, with a new purchase order for 10,000 set-top boxes from Shanghai Longlin Communication Technology Co.
With more than a dozen manufacturers displaying two-way "plug-and-play" TVs, set-top boxes and other cable-ready devices, the just-completed 2007 Consumer Electronics Show marked a significant milestone in the cable industry's efforts to bring interactive digital TV services to consumers that will not require the use of a leased set-top box.
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com/reports/c44485 has announced the addition of Media Centers and Set-top Boxes in the United States to their offering.
com) supplies the AmiNET[TM] series of set-top boxes renown for their low-cost and reliability.
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Building on our experience in the IPTV market - we first started shipping IPTV set-top boxes in 1999 and by the end of 2005 owned 10% of the IPTV set-top box market - and our ability to bring the latest technologies to market first, we are well-placed to give our customers the right mix of know-how and ability to successfully launch their IPTV or hybrid-IP service.
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Over the last months, ADC has witnessed the proven reliability and high quality of the AmiNET set-top boxes.