01.25.2006 08:00 AM
Scopus Video Network supplies RTRS with IRD receiver-decoders

Scopus Video Networks has supplied and installed various IRD receiver-decoders for the fourth stage of Russia’s Radio Television Republic Network (RTRS) digitization project.

Scopus, through its distribution network in Russia, has completed the first three phases of the project and installed platforms across thousands of sites traversing Russia.

For the project, Scopus deployed its IRD-2600 and IRD-2900 receivers that have undergone Russian certification. The IRD-2600 is a professional receiver-decoder with a variety of video, audio and customizable options. The IRD-2900 features a dual decoder for concurrent decoding of two programs within the same transport stream, as well as built-in full transport stream descrambling capability.

For more information, visit www.scopus.net.

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