what it is?

What is MATV System? 
MATV stands for Master Antenna Television. It is the means by which many apartment houses, hotels, schools, and other multi-unit buildings distribute TV and FM signals to a number of receivers. In order to accomplish this without a loss of signal quality, these systems must be carefully planned and engineered through the effective use of MATV equipment and techniques.
What is SMatv System?
SMATV stands for Satellite Master Antenna Television and refers to a system that uses multiple satellite and broadcast signals to create a single
integrated cable signal for distribution to a cabling network. In other words, with an SMATV system, you can become your own in-house cable company.
What is CATV System?
The traditional CATV system consists of a shared coaxial cable network that transmits analog television signals to downstream subscribers. It is estimated that over 100 million homes are reachable by CATV cable, of which approximately 75 million of those homes are CATV subscribers.
The cable network mimics the over-the-air radio frequency broadcast signals that you would receive via a TV antennae, but they are carried on cable. Television signals are transmitted in 6-MHz channels.
CATV is a shared cable system that uses a tree-and-branch topology in which multiple households within a neighborhood share the same cable.

how it work?

The digital high gain TV aerial, receiving digital TV signals.Signals received by the aerial are then processed. In systems that have not been modified to carry digital, it is usually this processing that restricts or prevents the digital signals from being handled correctly, as the processors are only designed to handle analog TV signals.

A distribution network then delivers all television signals to a socket outlet in each household. There can be more than one outlet per household, but only one TV set can be connected to each outlet.

How the distribution network is configured will depend on the number of dwellings and floors in the building.

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