The satellite master antenna television system that was installed delivers signals via coaxial cable from a satellite dish to the head-end closet.
What does MATV stand for?
MATV stands for Master Antenna Television
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Samples in periodicals archive:
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.
Pinnacle's integration areas include door control, card access, video imaging, time and attendance, perimeter protection, fire detection, and closed-circuit, cable and master antenna television.
The FCC's two most recent rulings affirm severe limitations on state and local rate regulation and forbid virtually all local and state regulation of satellite master antenna television (SMATV) systems.