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03.04.2005
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Terayon CP 7600G allows cable systems to remove analog tier


CP 7600G enables cable operators to accelerate and manage their evolution to all-digital networks.

Terayon Communication Systems has introduced its new CP 7600G Internet Protocol (IP) enabled, digital-to-analog Multichannel Integrated edge Decoder (MID). The CP 7600G enables cable operators to accelerate and manage their evolution to all-digital networks, allowing them to deliver more high-quality digital video services to their subscribers.

Cable operators currently maintain dual analog and digital headends to transport duplicate digital and analog programming line-ups to their subscribers. This dual carriage not only requires separate digital and analog headend and transmission equipment, but more importantly uses a substantial portion of network capacity for parallel distribution of the analog signals. With the CP 7600G at the edge of their networks, operators can immediately remove the analog tier and distribute all of their programming only once — digitally — across their networks.

For more information, visit www.terayon.com.

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