Bloomberg Television in London is now using adc Telecommunications Inc.s DV6000 universal

Dec. 1, 1997

Bloomberg Television in London is now using adc Telecommunications Inc.`s DV6000 universal transmission system to transmit D1 video feeds over a redundant optical infrastructure. Bloomberg will transmit the video from its central London production facility via remote studios for additional foreign language content before being distributed by satellite. The Minneapolis, MN-based adc Telecommunications provides a 2.4-Gbit/sec, 16-channel fiber-optic transmission system that encodes signals in an uncompressed digital format to achieve higher-quality imagery. The U.K. arm of telecommunications carrier WorldCom Inc. is supplying the fiber links.

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