Staff -- Broadcasting & Cable, 5/6/2001 8:00:00 PM
PanAmSat to Deliver A&E to 75M homes
A&E Television Networks has signed a long-term agreement with PanAmSat Corp. that extends the cable programmer's service in the Galaxy cable neighborhood through 2018. Under the deal, PanAmSat will continue to deliver the A&E Network's leading cable programming to more than 75 million cable-television households across the United States.
Motorola, Astrolink partner on modems
Motorola's Broadband Communications Sector and Astrolink International LLC have entered into an agreement to provide two-way data communications service via satellite modems. Under terms of the agreement, Motorola will supply terminals for the transmission and reception of broadband data signals by Astrolink's global next-generation satellite telecommunications system.
Motorola has agreed to design, develop and manufacture the terminals to meet the needs of Astrolink's target customers, including small to medium-size enterprises, large enterprises and multi-national corporations. The first satellite terminals are scheduled for deployment in 2003.
Triveni system monitors DTV streams
Triveni Digital has introduced the StreamScope MT-20 monitor and analyzer for real-time or recorded digital television transport streams. The StreamScope monitors the overall status of the MPEG-2 transport stream; it troubleshoots, records and analyzes crucial properties of the ATSC broadcast stream, displaying the data on a graphical interface. It also lists PSIP and MPEG-2 system tables, analyzes them for consistency and compliance with standards and displays an electronic program guide (EPG) for easy verification. It troubleshoots virtual channels, elementary streams, PSIP tables and packet identifiers (PIDs) in a transport stream.
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