01Turnkey Supply and Install for DTA system for 98 channels on Cable in Mozambique.
The system receive content from various satellites and local encoded channels with Statistical Re-Multiplexing to provide 12 x TS on the HFC Cable Network.
The system is integrated with Irdeto CAS and using the Harmonic BNG Scramblers.


 

02Multichoice Africa DTT DVB T2 Head-End IP system with Harmonic (Head End), Enensys (T2 adaptation and Content Regionalisation) and EventIS (EPG) as well as distribution to Transmitter Sites.


 

SABCTurn-Key Supply and Installation at SABC of 2 x 7.3m C-Band TVRO antenna systems with DataMiner Remote Management and Control and Tracking.


 

04Supply and Installation of all Antenna systems to Sentech Ltd for Soccer World Cup 2010, 10 x 4.8m antennas at Stadiums, 3 x 9m, 1 x 7m and 1 x 13m at new Sentech Ltd Teleport at Nasrec.


 

05Contribution Links on Satellite from Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania, Ghana, Uganda, Swaziland and DRC to provide feeds for National Broadcaster.


 

06Turnkey Development and Installation of DataMiner NMS at Multichoice to provide efficient Alarm monitoring and Reports over different Element Managers as well as direct control over equipment.


 

07Part of the supply of the Transmitter network for Sentech Ltd. The project is related to the supply of gap fillers, low power air cooled and high power (1, 2 3 and 5 kWrms) liquid cooled dual drive transmitters. These transmitters will serve for the completion of two MUXes network.


 

08The supply of DVB-T2 MI Compatible Satellite based Linking System for a period of three years to Sentech Ltd.


 

097.3m C Band Uplink system with MPEG4/DVB SD encoding and DVB S2 Modulation system for the distribution to Terrestrial Transmitter sites.


 

btylpbbDownlink Antenna System for KBC DTT and Analogue TV and FM Radio Reception from MPEG4 – Uplink Platform.


 

11NBC DTT Network. Harmonic and Huawei, Head-End Integration and Installation of five 3.7 m Prod C Band RX Only CP Antenna with C Band Single Polarised Circular Feed Support for the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation.

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