The satellite reception system is the future. But for many consumers technical options, the variety of programmes and the product range are still intransparent.
A guidepost would be helpful - the AG SAT will help you.
ASTRO is one of the founders of the AG SAT.
The ANGA, Association of Private Network Operators incorporated society, is the biggest fusion of operators of broadband networks in Germany.
More than half of all German households with TV, get their TV-programmes via broadband networks. The offer of cable TV expands about new services, particularly high speed internet accesses.
These combined network operators supply about 6 mio. subscribers in Germany. Beside the house distribution systems (level 4), the member companies operate a continous increasing number of integrated networks, which are provided self-sufficient with private head end stations.
Members of this association are several companies of adjunctive branches. From the business of satellite networks, the production of cables and amplifiers to the production of digital set top boxes - consequently the whole chain of sevices of the broadband communication is represented.
Deutsches Institut für Breitbandkommunikation
Hohenerxlebener Straße 19
North Westphalia is home to 5,000 modern and innovative industrial companies with a diverse product portfolio. The spectrum of the mostly medium-sized companies ranges from A for plant construction to C for cement industry.
But what else do the industrial companies in North Westphalia stand for? What is known about their role as employers and trainers, as innovators and initiators or as sports and cultural sponsors? What do industrial companies do in terms of environmental protection and how do their products shape our everyday life?
The umbrella organisation electrotechnology- and electronic industry (ZVEI) incorporated society, represents the economical, technological and environmental interests of the German electrical industry on the national, European and international level. It informs about the economical, technological and judicial basic conditions for the electrical industry in Germany.
The ZVEI supports the development and the employment of modern technologies by proposals about research, technology, environmental protection, education and science. It encourages a market oriented, international standardisation.
The basis of the activities of the association is the exchange of experiences and opinions between the members about current technological, economical, judicial and sociopolitical issues all around the electronic industry. Herefrom collective positions are eleborated.
The members of this organisation use this lead of knowledge to improve their competitiveness.
Zentralverband Elektrotechnik- und Elektronikindustrie e.V.
Phone: +49 69/63 02-0
Fax: +49 69/63 02-3 17