Content Protection Considerations For Digital Cable Ready Products And Secure Home Networking (2005)

By Brad Hunt, Jim Williams

This technical paper highlights several important content protection considerations for Digital Cable Ready products including secure digital outputs, steps to address the “Analog Hole”, secure integrated personal digital recorders and secure home networking.

Adding new features in a secure manner will help maintain the viability of cable television in the competitive and expanding market of digital content distribution. It will also better position the cable industry to launch new innovative programming services that can increase revenue, control churn, and expand the subscriber base.

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