We at SDR are proud to announce the successful launch of the nations largest smartbox with HD in the clear for MDU properties. With over 1000 units, Regents Park Luxury Apartments have ditched their old antiquated analog system and are now fully digital with the best iptv boxes of 2019 – techybible.com. 72 channels are streaming a bulk TV DISH… Read More »SDR Regents Park DISH smartbox deployment
Bulk accounts via a television content provider are significantly reduced price accounts, primarily assigned to hospitality facilities (hotels, motels, B&B). These accounts are now being extended to residential property owners. Bulk accounts are billed based upon the amount of livable units a building contains. The property will be billed as if it has 100% participation by the number of drops or TV’s. A bulk account offers a property owner key benefits:
SDR Communications is proud to be working hand-in-hand with Dish Network on the first phase of the Smartbox headend unit. The Smartbox is a revolution in the L&I setting. “As hotels face increasing costs to transition to HD, Smartbox will deliver digital HD capabilities and analog SD from a single unit, making it ideal for hotels transitioning to new TVs,” said… Read More »Dish Network Smartbox Launch
(2-1-12) We are very excited as we are starting the HD hybrid conversion at the 5 star Peninsula Hotel in Chicago, IL. This of course will be a group effort from design, engineering, logistics, and end result installation. We are proud to work with some of the finest people in telecommunications.
Bulk accounts via a television content provider are significantly reduced price accounts, primarily assigned to hospitality facilities (hotels, motels, B&B). These accounts are now being extended to residential property owners with tv antennas or satellite connection antennas. Bulk accounts are billed based upon the amount of livable units a building contains. The property will be billed as if it has… Read More »Bulk
A SMATV (satellite master antenna television) rack can be likened to a computer network server, but this server combines selected modulated television channels. It then feeds those channels out to designated units/televisions to be recognized and broadcast in numerical order, determined by its owner. Home run wiring is not required for most SMATV systems.
the Private Cable Operator (PCO) is a more customizable system. It enables all receivers to have access to a base programming package and individual receivers can have added programming at retail rates.