Pegasus Set-top Terminal (1997)

By Ralph W. Brown, Time Warner Cable

The Pegasus set-top terminal has many new features and functions. It is the first cable set-top converter that is built on open standards. These standards help to create a platform that can be used to enable many new services. This paper will discuss these new features and how standards will be employed to enable future digital services.

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