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Combined uplink for TV Channels

Hi Everyone,

i need to confirm about this terminology " Combined uplink for TV Channels". what technology should be used behind this because i have listen this from a person but i didn't get it. Can anyone tell me or help out to elaborate this terminology to better understand it.

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I'm going to have to know more.

Because I have prior work in various video technologies I might be able to comment but can't because as Kees noted the terms you use are unique to you.

Tell us more about what you are trying to do.

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