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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Welcome to the AQT8 Series Video 1. This training video guides you on how to set up Blonder Tongue’s AQT8-QAM/IP unit. This product receives up to eight digital UHF/VHF over-the-air TV broadcasts and converts them to digital CATV QAM channels from 2 to 10
Welcome to the AQT8 Series Video 1. This training video shows you how to set up Blonder Tongue’s AQT8-QAM/IP unit but can also be used to set up the AQT8-IP. This product receives up to eight digital UHF/VHF over-the-air TV broadcasts and converts them to digital CATV QAM channels from 2 to 10 and IP. For our application in this video, we will focus on QAM
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