a facility that contains sending and satellite receivers, has antennas which receive signals from local TV studios and sometimes has TV studios inside the facility which produce shows and send the signals to other locations by satellite or antenna
A central point or hub in broadband networks that receives signals on one set frequency band and retransmits them or another. Every transmission has to go through the head-end in a broadband network. The head-end is the piece of hardware that enables a network to send and receive on the same piece of cable. In CATV technology, the head-end is the control center for a cable system where signals are processed and sent for distribution down the cable system.
Location within a building where satellite/video signals either originate or are collected via satellite or other sources, and made available for use within the facility. The head-end room contains all the hardware needed to decode and transmit the incoming signals throughout a facility.
An installation that is the final point from which video feeds for multiple channels are sent to broadcast or cable television customers. In addition to transmitting equipment, a head-end can contain feeds for various channels.
3/4– A cable TV facility for signal processing with electronic equipment used to receive and send signals. It is the equipment located at the starting point of the cable system and includes antenna, amplifier and scramblers.
The control center of a cable television system, where incoming signals are amplified, converted, processed and combined into a common cable along with any original cablecasting, for transmission to subscribers. The system usually includes antennas, preamplifiers, frequency converters, demodulators, modulators, processors and other related equipment
The control centre for a cable system where signals are received or originated, processed and sent for distribution down the cable.
A central point or hub in broadband networks that receives signals on one set frequency band and retransmits them or another. Every transmission in a broadband network has to go through the head-end. In CATV technology, the head-end is he control center for a cable system where video, audio, and data signals are processed and distributed along the coaxial cable network.