02.09.2005 10:05 AM
Taiwan's ETTV selects Network Electronics

ETTV, Taiwan’s shopping network, has selected a complete flashlink optical transport system from Network Electronics to deliver television signals to its sizeable audience. The system forms a ring linking six locations with approximately 20 studios and several sub-studios.

Control of the entire system is accomplished from the main control room. The configuration also includes Network Electronics’ automatic protection system (APS), which provides an emergency-change over function to avoid “black screens” should any fiber be interrupted. Monitoring of the entire flashlink system is accomplished with Network Electronics monitoring system. ETTV uses uncompressed SDI to maximize the quality of on-screen images.

For more information, visit www.network-electronics.com.

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