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Countdown to CableCARD

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I’ve decided not to fight the inevitable CableCARD coverage rush leading up to next week’s July 1st deadline, and instead contribute to the melee.

But I’ll start the week with something nice and non-controversial.

Here’s a good list of the “host” set-tops (set-tops that support CableCARD) in Motorola’s product line:

DCH100 – An all-digital, standard-definition (SD) interactive cable set-top with an integrated MoCA home networking interface

DCH200 – A standard-definition interactive digital cable set-top with support for analog services

DCH3200 – An all-digital, high-definition interactive cable set-top

DCH6200 – A high-definition interactive digital cable set-top with support for analog services

DCH3416 – An all-digital, dual-tuner, high-definition digital video recorder and interactive cable set-top with a standard 160 GB hard drive for storage of content

DCH6416 – A high-definition, dual-tuner, digital video recorder and interactive digital cable set-top with support for analog services and a standard 160 GB hard drive for storage of content

2 Responses

  1. […] with the week’s OCAP and CableCARD coverage, there are two events worth mentioning. Monday the National Cable & Telecommunications […]

  2. […] put out feelers all last week about Verizon’s hope for a last-minute waiver before the July 1st CableCARD deadline… and came back empty-handed. But late yesterday the FCC made its long-awaited announcement: […]

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