04.19.2005 02:06 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Scientific-Atlanta to upgrade TBS facility

Turner Broadcasting System (TBS) International has selected Scientific-Atlanta’s digital encoding systems to simulcrypt the network’s CAS architecture.

The network selected a Scientific-Atlanta MPEG-2 digital encoding platform to replace its existing digital equipment for distribution of Turner programming in Europe.

Two Scientific-Atlanta encoding systems will be installed in London using D9030 encoders with PreSightPlus pre-processing technology and Regulus closed-loop statistical multiplexing.

TBS International will use Scientific-Atlanta's ROSA system for management and control of the two encoding systems.

For more information, visit www.scientificatlanta.com.



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