Direct-to-Home Services

Required Architecture and Regulatory Considerations

Section I of this white paper provides an overview of the required architecture for a Direct-to-Home (DTH) system, from the point of content source, through multiplexing, encryption and modulation at the headend, to transmission over the satellite and reception by a customer. In addition, Section II of this white paper addresses some of the regulatory issues confronting regulators in promoting competition in the pay television/DTH market.

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