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MATV stands for Master Antenna Television. Multi-unit buildings, including hotels, schools, and apartments, distribute FM and TV signals to multiple receivers. Without losing signal quality, these systems can be achieved by being carefully designed and engineered using MATV equipment and techniques.

An MATV system is essentially a network of cables that includes specially-designed components. It processes and amplifies TV and FM signals and distributes them from a central location. It would cost a lot to install and maintain 100 separate antennas in a building. It would be ugly and cause interference issues.

Many commercial properties, including offices, hotels, and housing developments, use structured cable systems to provide various information and programs to their customers.

What is IPTV System?

IPTV refers to transmitting media content, videos, or live TV over an IP network. IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) can be used either on the public internet (public area network (LA) or a wide area network(WAN). IPTV can be delivered to any IP-enabled TV, mobile phone, or tablet and integrated into a video Demand solution.


Businesses and organizations often use IPTV services to provide TV service to common areas, waiting for and receiving. They are often integrated with digital signage capabilities. IPTV is a popular option for providing tv services in a hospital, hotel, or residential property.

 

Internet Protocol television (IPTV) is a method of delivering television services over a packet-switched network, such as the internet or a LAN, using the internet protocol suite. It replaces traditional terrestrial, satellite, and cable TV formats.

What is the Difference Between MATV and IPTV?

IPTV and MATV are two popular TV streaming services that use server-based solutions to deliver video over an IP network. IPTV uses a head-end and set-top box to distribute the content. The main difference between the two technologies is their channel counts. MATV has a maximum of 100 channels, while IPTV has no such limit. The latter is the more cost-effective choice for small businesses.

Internet Protocol television (IPTV) is a server-based solution

IPTV uses multicast distribution, which allows content to be broadcast to many IP addresses at once. The broadcasting process is highly efficient and uses the network infrastructure effectively. IPTV is often bundled with other IP-based telecommunications services, including broadband internet connections and mobile phones. However, the main drawback of IPTV is that it locks viewers to regional content. For that reason, IPTV is a better solution for many companies than simply one

It delivers video over an IP network  This technology enables the delivery of high-quality video and audio over IP networks. The technology works with existing networks, computing devices, and software and reduces the infrastructure and interconnection complexity.

Salient features of MATV and IPTV system


MATV stands for Master Antenna Television, and it is one of the most common types of television systems available today. Traditional broadcast TV channels are modulated and broadcast from a distribution centre. IPTV, on the other hand, is an internet streaming system that transmits television programs over an IP network. IPTV systems can also include features such as Internet browsing, Video on Demand (VOD), and custom hospitality options. Despite their many benefits, IPTV systems are not for everyone.

The headend of an IPTV system is an important part of the whole system. It detects any problems across the network, and decodes incoming signals and distributes them to the devices. Analogue solutions require central analogue modulators and decoders. A typical IPTV headend is a small, low-power piece of hardware. A user-friendly web browser can control the system remotely. Once installed, an IPTV headend is easy to use and maintain.

If you’re unsure of whether or not an IPTV system is right for your business, consider getting an evaluation. Many commercial buildings have Master Antenna Television systems installed. These systems are great for commercial buildings, as they are cost-effective and can offer Free-to-Air, Satellite, and Pay-TV services. Digital MATV systems use common equipment, cabling infrastructure, and distribution to distribute signals throughout the venue.

FAQ For MATV and IPTV System

An MATV system is basically a network of cables with specially designed components that process and amplify TV and FM signals and then, distribute them from one central location .

IPTV (Internet Protocol television) is a service that provides television programming and other video content using the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) suite, as opposed to broadcast TV, cable TV or satellite signals.

To use an IPTV service, you need a broadband internet connection and a device to view IPTV content on, e.g., a desktop PC, laptop

To access the services of IPTV, we are only required to install the IPTV set-top box and we can watch the content, thus it is very economical to use. Its newest versions can be accessed easily by using a Wi-fi connection as well.

IPTV is the abbreviation of Internet Protocol Television. The service can only be delivered through the Internet, and our modem router provides a specific LAN port for IPTV

IPTV can be used with any IP based service such as VOIP and high speed internet.

An MATV system is a good way to manage to cable around your property provides a neater finish and clears the rooftop of unnecessary extra antennas.

Master Antenna Television or MATV means many TV connection outlets from one Master antenna control system. Usually high-rise apartment houses, hotels, schools and cluster based residential area utilizes this kind of TV distribution network.
In simplified terms, a MATV system is made up of two main sections. There is the ‘head end’, which is the TV antenna portion of the system, and the distribution system, which is the network of cables that delivers the signal.