EGT closes the loop

April 2005
CED;Apr2005, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p16
Trade Publication
Discusses Atlanta, Georgia-based EGT Inc.'s software-upgradeable approach to encoding. Role of the approach in helping operators planning on digital simulcast deployments; Digital signal processing-based encoding platform use by EGT; Advantages of EGT's closed-loop encoding.


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