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Next-Gen PRSS System Is on the Way

Radio World – With some anticipation, public radio engineers all over the United States have been waiting for the next-generation satellite distribution system. New equipment was last deployed by the Public Radio Satellite System in 2011. The new generation will add important features to improve reliability and flexibility of program distribution, including a backup path via [...]

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PRSS plans rollout of next generation of satellite receivers

Current – After several years of discussion and input from member stations, the Public Radio Satellite System is preparing to unveil new receivers selected for the coming upgrade of public radio’s interconnection system. The receivers, chosen for the latest 10-year cycle of CPB interconnection funding, will introduce a completely new vendor, ATX Networks. Unlike the [...]

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Sky UK, ATX Team on Hotel TV

Light Reading – ATX Networks, disrupting the future of broadband access, is supplying the critical technology behind Sky UK’s recently launched Sky Select, a commercial television service aimed at the hospitality industry that delivers unmissable content in stunning high definition. Europe’s leading entertainment and communications company has selected the ATX MD16, which it is branding [...]

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Sky launches Sky Select for hospitality industry

Broadband TV News – Sky is offering hotels a new HD service that runs through a unit known as the Sky Bright Box, a version of the ATX MD16. Sky Select offers a package of 96 satellite channels alongside Freeview and foreign channels. The MD16 Satellite Gateway is a single-box system designed for deployment at [...]

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NPR/PRSS Building New Broadcast Infrastructure With ATX.

Inside Radio – ATX Networks has announced details of its alliance with the Public Radio Satellite System (PRSS) to revitalize NPR’s nationwide radio network. The audio distribution technology provider has aligned with PRSS to supply the national radio distributor with a broadcast network infrastructure for the management, distribution, scheduling, playout and verification of radio programming [...]

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CCAP video and DAA migration

Broadband Technology Report – Entering 2019, most cable operators are either planning out their adoption strategies or actively migrating to a distributed access architecture (DAA) that will allow them to push fiber deeper into their network and realize business-enhancing performance and operational benefits. But some of these infrastructure migration initiatives are facing setbacks due to [...]

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Introducing the Gigabit Generation

Broadband World News – We are on the brink of an era of ubiquitous and hyper-fast broadband, laying the foundation for a fully digital existence only hinted at in futuristic TV shows and movies. This next frontier will spur innovation, dramatically impact consumers and businesses, and continue to reshape the value proposition that MSOs and [...]

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