02.03.2004 12:00 PM
OiV Croatia selects Scientific-Atlanta Europe for transmission upgrade


OiV has signed a contract for a complete DVB-compliant digital platform from Scientific-Atlanta. Pictured: The Continuum DVP D9030 MPEG-2 Encoder.

Croatian network operator Odašiljaèi i Veze (OiV) will upgrade its entire terrestrial distribution network using Scientific-Atlanta Europe equipment.

Having recently completed a thorough acceptance test deployment of the equipment, OiV will begin immediately upgrading the country’s TV and radio transmission infrastructure with the enhancements to its new network.

OiV controls a network of 21 main transmitter sites and about 300 transposer sites in Croatia which are used to deliver terrestrial television content to the country’s 1.5 million television households. The company has signed a contract for a complete DVB-compliant digital platform from Scientific-Atlanta, providing TV and radio distribution, studio-to-studio contribution, and a full system management solution.

For more information, please visit: www.scientificatlanta.com.

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