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Cable networks deliver "live" video material, transmitted at playback speed for immediate viewing or real-time recording. Digital recorder networks transmit digitally encoded video files at best network speed, which may be faster or slower than the playback rate. These files are stored on the customer's digital recording apparatus for later playback.
It is possible for a cable service provider to deliver both services over the same physical infrastructure (cable) using a customer tuner/demultiplexer box to separate the signals.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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