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How to Set Up HDE-8C-QAM for DIRECTV

Welcome to setting up your Blonder Tongue HDE-8C-QAM for the DIRECTV Receiver-Less Solution! Blonder Tongue’s HDE-8C-QAM with option 2 provides an economical DIRECTV HD solution for the institution market.

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Capturing a MPEG Transport Stream

Having problems and errors in the quality of your video file? In this video we focus on the first step, capturing a Transport Stream, using Blonder Tongue’s MTSA-PRO!

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BT-AcTS™ App Now Available

As part of the next generation ”Broadband Reference Guide”, Blonder Tongue brings you BT-AcTS™, a quick and easy way to find commonly used CATV and IPTV Acronyms, Terms and Symbols, which are further clarified in a series of “Alphabet Soup” training videos.

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Compensation Survey

The Cable and Telecommunications Human Resources Association is seeking participants for its 2016 compensation survey.

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DOCSIS 3.1 Boot Camp

SCTE is partnering with cable ops, vendors and CableLabs to create live training aimed to accelerate the deployment of DOCSIS 3.1.

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Unscripted’s Take on VR

Panelists at Realscreen Summit talk the future of the virtual reality.

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Industrial regulatory policy based on bloated demands and assumed “needs” usually hurts consumers, it doesn’t help them.

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CableLabs Rebrands NetworkFX

NetworkFX, founded by CableLabs in 2012 to bring its managed Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) security services to the industry, has been rebranded as Kyrio to expand the impact of technologies created at CableLabs.

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Comcast Lights up 3.1 Service

Comcast plans to launch what it touts as the world’s 1st DOCSIS3.1-powered gigabit Internet to resident and business customers in Atlanta and Nashville in early 2016.

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Comcast Tech on HSD Speed

A Comcast HSD subscriber is using a Rasberry Pi to run speed tests and automatically tweet any time the downspeed is below 50Mbps.

Google Calling

Google Fiber has sent invitations to current subs for an experimental telephone service, the Washington Post reported.
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