A Digital Video Compression System For Satellite Video Delivery (1991)

By Michael K. Stauffer, Compression Labs, Inc.

Compression Labs has developed a complete digital video/audio compression system for transmitting multiple NTSC video signals over a single satellite transponder. The system is operational and equipment production has begun. Using VLSI technology, very low-cost downlink equipment was developed for placement in consumer premises. Although the initial application was for direct broadcast satellite, the technology has application in many video media delivery systems, including cable and over-the-air.

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