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Addressable Systems

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  1. typically regarded as the administration and control of addressable devices, known generically as Provisioning or Activation in the parlance of Telecommunications Industry, but specifically speaking to authorization of a particular service

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    created by user picturefactobot on February 11, 2009
  2. www.high-techproductions.com/descramblers.htm

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  3. The Set-Top box is a key component in Addressability Systems it is an Integrated receiver/decoder (IRD)

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  4. Normally, the Headend receives a signal sent by a service provider, which may send the signal, for example, via an uplink(UL) to a satellite and a downlink (DL) from the satellite to the Headend

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