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TELE-audiovision International — The World‘s Largest Digital TV Trade Magazine
— 03-04/2014
6. Small parts for antenna installation are packaged
7. Individual small parts kits are available for each
pay TV operator. Examples on the wall indicate to the
packagers which items belong to which kits.
8. While the satellite antennas themselves are all
identical, each pay TV operator requires its own
brand name on them. Jonathan Gregory explains
the process: “We use UV colours, which means the
colours only dry under ultraviolet light. This way
we don’t need a heat chamber and we don’t need
to worry about keeping our colour trays in working
order all the time, since UV colours don’t dry up.”
9. View of the huge warehouse. Satellite antennas
and associated items are piled up and then packaged
into complete sets, depending on the demands of
each pay TV operator.
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