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Newtec’s DVB-S2X broadcast technologies have been selected by Televisa for its Mexico-wide end-to-end primary distribution system.

mcx7000 newtec 19 may 2017The latest satellite transmission standard, DVB-S2X, enables Televisa to offer six HD channels and improved picture quality using a single 36 MHz transponder.

The MXC7000 solution can be used for efficient distribution to towers and headends or in back-up for dense direct-to-home (DTH) stations.

“The deployment of the MCX7000s featuring the DVB-S2X standard in Televisa’s network ensures our customer is achieving the highest possible performance,” said Ramon Ertze, regional sales director, Newtec.

Up to 51% additional bandwidth can be generated by Newtec’s modem technology, which features multi-stream, Newtec’s Clean Channel Technology and its linear and non-linear pre-distortion technology Equalink.

“As Mexico’s leading broadcaster and content provider, Televisa is an important customer and we are pleased to be playing a key part in its nationwide network,” said Newtec’s CEO Thomas Van den Driessche. “The project shows the growing popularity and relevance of the DVB-S2X standard which is available on all Newtec equipment, offering broadcasters a future-proof solution which is available today.”