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— 01-02/2014
He handled the actual installation work:
Steve Cowling has been doing this sort of
thing for 25 years and has been installing
GlobalInvacom’s fibre optic systems since
2009. This picture shows the distribution
for Suite 901. The four FibreIRS GTUs
(top) each receive a satellite signal via
fibre optic cable. The converters provide
the four satellite polarization levels to a
multiswitch and from there it’s with coax
cables to the individual TVs or antenna
jacks. The terrestrial signal converter is
at the bottom of the picture and is also
supplied by a fibre optic cable and then
combined in the multiswitch through a
coax cable. Because of this the TVs have
two tuners; one for DVB-T2 and the other
for DVB-S2.
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