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  1. Digital Video Broadcasting – Common Interface (or DVB-CI), is a normative for DTV Receiver in order to enable the add of a conditional access module, CAM, in a Receiver DVB-CI « standard » to adapt it to different kinds of cryptography

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  2. Indeed, one of DVB's main strengths is the option of implementing the required conditional access capability on the common interface

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  3. This allows broadcasters to use modules containing solutions from different suppliers in the same broadcast system, thus increasing their choice and anti-piracy options

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  4. A DVB receiver may have one or two slots implementing the common interface

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  5. DVB-CI normative.

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