Digital Cable Group


Digital Cable Group

Die Digital Cable Group (DCG) ist ein Zusammenschluss von folgenden Schweizer Kabelnetzbetreibern:

Die DCG bereitet für die oben genannten Netze und für weitere Partnernetze digitale Fernseh- und Radiosignale auf. Das Angebot, welches laufend ausgebaut wird, umfasst derzeit über 180 Fernsehkanäle in SD- und HD-Qualität und etwa 140 Radioprogramme in bestmöglicher Audioqualität. Die Signale stehen derzeit ca. 300'000 Haushaltungen in den Regionen Aargau, Bern, Greifensee-Pfannenstiel, Schaffhausen, Solothurn, Oberwallis und Zug zur Verfügung.

Verschlüsselung

Die Digital Cable Group verwendet zur Verschlüsselung ihrer Bezahlfernseh-Kanäle zwei verschiedene Verschlüsselungssysteme. Zum einen ist dies Nagravision und zum anderen das von Telenor (norwegische Telekom) entwickelte Verschlüsselungssystem namens Conax.

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