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    Default Sky Germany the end of Nagravision




    this time i will put from translator as source and trasnator does it pretty well




    Even five years after the end of the Premiere pay-TV provider Sky still operates at its satellite broadcast with two encryption systems. This will change shortly, however. The end of the older Nagravision encryption will definitely come in the next few months.


    In the Pay-TV provider Sky in the coming months are important to technical changes. This information includes the encryption system for TV stations via satellite and some cable networks. Almost as a relic of ancient times runs the Premiere pay-TV providers are still two encryption systems in parallel. The newer system of NDS (Cisco) and the older Nagravision system for which still many smart cards are in circulation.


    In future we would like to build but in exclusively on the NDS system, as Stefan Kunz, Vice President of Business & Distribution betrayed at Sky Germany, in an interview with DIGITAL TELEVISION. This also long-standing existing customers after the switch continues to receive Sky programs, they must be equipped with current hardware and receive new smart cards, the NDS system


    "Customers with a Nagravision receivers for satellite or in private cable networks receive a free Sky HD rental receiver," said Kunz. Alternatively, however, this could also opt for the CI Plus module from Sky if they want to use another receiver. But the hardware change has, according to Kunz's another background. So also customers that have previously not HD-capable receiver hardware will be equipped in this way with this. This will require a complete change of satellite transmissions to the more efficient DVB-S2 standard, which can be received only with HD receivers.

    For the conversion process you have it scheduled at Sky several months. "As you can imagine, the state is not fully happen overnight. Today but we want to be ready until the end of 2015 with the conversion," said Kunz. It is therefore to be assumed that the Nagravision encryption is turned off no later than the end of 2015 final.


    Personal question that means Sky Europe wont be lanuched earlier than 2016?

    BskyB and Sky Italia just ended their pairing method

    i dont know if Sky Germany will b working same = pairing only HD and SD will be available

    there is no point to ask any agents about Sky Europe?
    looking for JSTV subscribers. & 9 east

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    the end is near for all providers, and so it's the best to studing the videoguard encryption, but the solution is just near of us but they think that at the moment isn't the best solution to tell about it.............

    but there is it.............

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    pairing is last method of stopping sharing broadcaster didnt expected online share and now we have what we have

    some providers are moving into cardless receiver which is worst choice coz u cant watch 1 and record another using 1 receiver . I dont think such cardless receivers are 2 heads and if such receiver will be broken down you need to swap
    that why i like card systems.

    there is ppl which extract for you data from ci+ cams but they demanding $ which many times equals 1-2 years of subscriptions.
    looking for JSTV subscribers. & 9 east

 

 

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