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02.28.2005
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
SATCOM chooses Scopus E-1720 DSNG encoder


Scopus’ E-1720 combines encoding, modulation and upconversion in a compact 1-RU unit.

SATCOM, a provider of digital SNG services in Europe, has selected Scopus Network Technologies’ CODICO E-1720 DSNG encoder for its SATCOM easylink service.

With the E-1720, SATCOM is offering small, fully remote-controlled satellite systems for mounting on the roofs of cars and small vans. Equipped with its own remote-control transmitting and receiving technology, every ENG team is now able to deliver programs from almost anywhere in Europe. The affordable system is made possible by the use of state-of-the-art telemetry that does not require an SNG operator on location.

Scopus’ E-1720 combines encoding, modulation and upconversion in a compact 1-RU unit to maximize space use, making it well-suited for uplink vans, SUVs and flyaway packages.

For more information, visit www.scopus.net.

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