master antenna television system

master antenna television system

[′mas·tər an¦ten·ə ′tel·ə‚vizh·ən ‚sis·təm]
(communications)
A network that distributes television signals from a common antenna to apartments or dwellings under collective ownership. Abbreviated MATV system.
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The satellite master antenna television system that was installed delivers signals via coaxial cable from a satellite dish to the head-end closet.
The equipment, technology and software features include: ubiquitous wireless LAN (cabled access is 100 MB per second and wi-fi is 45-50 MB per second), separate LAN for video/audio data, satellite master antenna television system, on-demand video and data, cable and block-wiring capabilities, smart card access system, tenant central data exchange, internal private network supporting up to 10 GB per second of high-speed data, communications for conferences and meetings with up to 150 ports at a single venue, Web-casting capabilities and interactive kiosks.
Cyberport's state-of-the-art amenities include a high-speed private network; 22 wireless local area networks for the distribution of video and audio files; a satellite master antenna television system; a very small aperture terminal system to provide connectivity to remote locations; live digital video streaming and cached data broadcasting on demand; cabling and blockwiring; a unified messaging system; smart card security systems; presentation and conference facilities; access to the Digital Media Centre; a kiosk network and a tenant's central data exchange hosting service that provides a secure facility to store, distribute and manage data.