The equipment at a cable system that receives the various program source signals, processes them and retransmits them to subscribers.
is a general term that refers to the point at which all cable television programming is collected and formatted for placement on the cable system. The headend master facility is typically a secure building (or PLC substation) housing several large satellite dishes for reception of cable/satellite TV networks, antennae, and/or fiber optics, as well as electronic equipment used to receive, process and re-transmit video and data over the local cable infrastructure. header
The equipment in a cable system which receives the various program source signals, processes them, and retransmits them to subscribers. In the 10Broad36 Ethernet media system, the location that serves as the root for the branching tree of the physical medium; the point to which all inbound signals converge and the point from which all outbound signals emanate.