headend

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headend

(ˈhɛdˌɛnd)
n
(Telecommunications) telecomm the facility from which cable television is transmitted
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Hispasat has 10,136 headends and 54.3 million users in Latin America and 481 headends, with 9.5 million users and 700 cinemas in Europe.
This latest deployment will enhance DishTV's operational efficiency by unifying the control and management of its two headends in an orchestrated manner.
Through this solution, D'Live will be able to simplify and automate its headends and substations, but more importantly, manage a more sophisticated network topology through consolidation of our hub sites operation.
provides technical services including but not limited to satellite, wireless, broadband, UHF/VHF/HF, radar technologies, and professional services such as field installation and testing, erecting and commissioning earth stations, broadband headends, wireless, radio, and radar networks.
The unique GatesAir SFN architecture lowers traditionally bandwidth-heavy ISDB-Tb transport costs by converting compressed distributed signals back to broadcast transport streams (BTS) at each of the four headends. The SFN architecture then delivers these signals to every transmitter on the network via satellite.
RRsat Global Communications Network Ltd (Nasdaq:RRST), a provider of comprehensive digital content management and distribution services to the television and radio broadcasting industry, announced on Tuesday the launch of a new solution that enables major international broadcasters to reach cable headends and direct-to-home (DTH) television broadcasting in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).
About SIDSASIDSA is an audiovisual technology provider with active in semiconductor design, conditional access, digital headends and overall project management.
The FCC is currently considering whether it has the statutory authority to reform its access to video programming rules concerning the use of shared headends, wholesale tying arrangements and whether retail cable television (CATV) and IPTV providers should be allowed to carry programming pending a complaint against a wholesale video programming vendor.
More than 150 service providers across five continents deliver IPTV powered by Tut Systems digital headends. The Astria family of video processing platforms, which serves as the core of the company's digital headend solution, processes both analog and digital video streams from multiple satellite and local sources in a variety of formats.
Designed for applications such as telco DS3 and T3, in-station broadcast and headends, this product is now available in 0.031 board thickness and will be available soon in a variety of other PCB thicknesses.