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Transmission and distribution of HDMI signals
HDMI is now the most commonly used connector in sources of different kinds of multimedia content. In situations where there is a need to send an HDMI signal at a distance greater than 30 meters (maximum length of HDMI cables), or in a place where such a cable cannot be installed, it is reasonable to use the appropriate media converter that allows the transmission of the signal from the HDMI source using other type of transmission cable, more suitable for that application.
HDMI Connectivity Solutions
Increasing availability of multimedia content presses demand for high quality transmission between the sources (transmitters) and players (receivers) of the content. Extensive multimedia systems in hotels, restaurants, clubs etc. require appropriate equipment to create suitable networks providing the content to multiple flat screens.
Universal diagrams for DVB-T antenna systems
Digital terrestrial television (DVB-T) is to cover the whole Europe. These several examples of DVB-T antenna systems will help anyone who wants to build a new antenna system or upgrade the existing one. The antenna installations presented below are a set of options that can be selected depending on the power of the transmitter and its distance to the reception point, as well as specific requirements of the user(s).
Wiring in single-family homes
It often happens that cables put in a rush without any consultation with specialists in particular kinds of installations cause limitations on certain functions, speed limits etc. Using the cables described bellow one can be sure that the cabling will be up to date and not being affected by troubles in the future. Which coax to use in antenna installation? Without any risk one may choose the Triset-113 (E1015_100). It is certified coaxial cable suitable for distribution of terrestrial and satellite TV signals. The cable features excellent screening efficiency within the whole group of ...
Switches, combiners and diplexers used in individual satellite installations
Nowadays individual satellite installations are rarely used for receiving channels from one satellite only, with one satellite receiver. Most of users prefer to have access to a variety of programs from two or more satellite positions, so that next converter/s (LNB) will have to be installed. The most common situation is reception from two satellites, which requires installation of two converters and a switch.