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- A leader in the research, design and manufacture of TV and Satellite Distribution products. Our roots lie firmly in field of signal analysis and the research and design of signal processing systems. We develop industry leading products that are innovative, reliable, robust and compact.
- Whyte Technologies has become the latest company to pass DTG Testing and CAI’s newly launched European-wide assurance scheme for TV and Satellite distribution equipment known as the European IRS Certification Scheme (EICS). The first scheme of its kind, it will ‘provide reassurance of end-to-end device compatibility, interoperability and robust RF performance within satellite and DTT distribution systems.
- The scheme has been developed through an industry collaboration of satellite and DTT platforms, major equipment manufacturers, and led by industry associations DTG and CAI. It consists of a test specification underpinned by international standards and a consumer-facing logo. Manufacturers of equipment such as receivers, dSCRs, multi switches, fibre gateways, launch amplifiers and LNBs can display the logo on their products after successfully passing the required tests.
- One of the UK’s leading suppliers of broadcast reception equipment, Whyte Technologies, has become the latest company to pass the test specification with its WSCR504 dSCR product, demonstrating the high quality of Whyte Technologies IRS solutions and their compatibility with all major satellite and TV platforms.
- Supported by the leading retailers, the logo will ensure a high quality of experience for the end customer. End-users, such as installers, specifiers, housing associations and platform operators can use the logo to recognise equipment that is compatible with all major satellite and TV services; and therefore interoperable with other EICS equipment.
- DTG Testing will provide testing against the EICS specification at their UKAS-accredited laboratory based in London. CAI will operate the scheme and will include a market surveillance programme to maintain a high standard of EICS-marked equipment.