​1. TDX :

​ TDX makes the input and output modules mutually independent. All input signals, regardless of whether they are received via satellite, terrestrial, cable, audio/video or via the Internet, can be flexibly and independently distributed from a “pool” to each and every output module. Each of these input signals can be converted to any output signal: PAL, QAM, COFDM or IP, and because the input signals are not fixed to any particular outputs, an input signal can be assigned to several output modules.


It’s possible to take any type of input signals received from (satellite, terrestrial, cable, AV, HDMI or via the Internet….) and convert them to any type of output ( PAL , QAM , COFDM , IPTV….). It allows the customers to assign the input and output signals freely. The classical module assignment of input demodulator and output modulator is no longer given. All incoming signals initially enter the IP-Pool. As a result, this technology allows an unlimited possibility to multiplex the services for each output modulation and to use simultaneously one service for different modulation types. All assignments between input to output signals can be readily changed at any time. This makes TDX uniquely flexible, efficient and economical. ​

Reasons to buy TDX :

  • Energy friendly - long-term reliability
  • Easier service handling ( Remote access / Log file on all TDX activity)
  • Easy setup and configuration ( HTML based user interface means no special software for managing the system / The respective four adjacent output channels can be freely selected across the full frequency range )
  • Better and stronger performance ( Up to three headends can be combined in a multi unit system )
  • A true IP headend ( IP in to any output / IP out from any output / Future proof with full compatibility with CAS systems, middleware, PMS, VOD services,,. etc. )
  • Easy installation ( Input modules are independent of output modules which gives fewer modules in total / Faster installation …)​


1. RF distribution :
It provides the TDX as an optimal solution for the simultaneous transmission of analogue and digital services in a CATV network. The high signal-to-noise ratio allows support of large networks with multiple amplifiers in cascade.

2. IP distribution :
In closed buildings, there is a growing requirement for distribution of TV signals over CAT 5/6 cables. This requires a headend to receive the signals and transform them into IP services.In addition the used network structure must be designed to the requirements for IPTV transmission.

3. Fibre distribution:
The existing optical CATV fibre networks are used to transmit IP TV Services between the central headend and sub headend.


  • All services of a transponder can be fed into the IP pool.
  • Encrypted services must be decrypted only once and can be used for simultaneous digital(QAM/COFDM) and analog (PAL) transmission.
  • The headend can be easily changed from analog to digital by changing the output module.
  • Only one type of cabling in the building necessary.
  • WIFI transfer to the end-user device.
  • With the use of transcoder server it is possible to support different end-user devices.
  • Tablet solution for remote control and live TV streaming.
  • Meeting / Conference room solution: Connect, present, browse, control.
  • Hotel Info-Channel..
  • PVR – Personal Video Recorder.
  • Internet on TV.
  • Easy signal handling and management.


A satellite dish is just a special kind of antenna designed to focus on a specific broadcast source. The standard dish consists of a parabolic (bowl-shaped) surface and a central feed horn. To transmit a signal, a controller sends it through the horn, and the dish focuses the signal into a relatively narrow beam.


Does your installation require a satellite switch? Also known as multiswitches, they are used to connect satellite TV cables to your TV set. These satellite switches also prevent interference between cable and antenna signals


A multiswitch is a device used with a dual or quattro LNB to distribute satellite TV signals to multiple (usually more than four) receivers from a single dish and LNB. A multi switch device is the rational way of providing satellite signals to multiple (usually more than four or eight) satellite receivers from a single dish and LNB. Its task is to be ‘invisible’ to the satellite STB as it mimics all the functions of standard Universal LNB units and optionally DiSEqC switches. Multiswitches are commonly installed on or in blocks of flats to allow all the residents to receive satellite TV without having to have a separate dish for every resident.


Some multiswitches only have two inputs (for one dual LNB), in this case, depending on the voltage supplied by the receiver; either horizontal or vertical polarisation is selected.

  • 3 input multiswitches are available, which combine a dual LNB with an input from a terrestrial antenna.
  • 5 input multiswitches are also available, which combine the 4 input "standard" multiswitch with an input from a terrestrial antenna.
  • 5x8 (5 by 8) Multiswitches, which have 4 satellite input, 1 terrestrial antenna input and 8 outputs
  • 17x8 (17 by 8) Multiswitches, which have 16 satellite input, 1 terrestrial antenna input and 8 outputs within builtin amplifier for compensating cable losses


An hdmi extender can give people the assurance that they will not miss any detail in their high definition picture. The extenders are usually connected at the ends ofHDMI cable. This can also be used to connect two HDMI cables and create a longerHDMI extension.

Information about HDMI extender and its uses :

TV and DVD players are connected through cables for carrying audio and video signals. People might have used S video cables, composite audio and video cables or component cables for HDTV. All these cables carry audio and video signals in the format of analog. HDMI carries the signals in digital format so that there is no need of converting into analog signal at the ends. There are two types of HDMI cables and they are high speed and standard cables. An HDMI extender can give people the assurance that they will not miss any detail in their high definition picture. The extenders are usually connected at the ends of HDMI cable. This can also be used to connect two HDMI cables and create a longer HDMI extension. These extenders function by regenerating the digital audio and high definition video it obtains from the device sources

Benefits of using HDMI extenders

Here are some major benefits of using HDMI extenders. ​

  • The major benefit is that it lets people to extend distance between devices. When a person wished to view a film using a BlueRay DVD player on the television in another room where he was not able to do it. They can use HDMI extenders with flexible and cheap cables for making this connection possible.
  • You can buy a splitter extender and use it for viewing the HDMI source on several televisions. There is no need of using swapping devices. You can connect devices over a long distance between devices with an HDMI extender.