Conditional Access System definition

Conditional Access System or “CAS” means Conditional Access System installed at the Operator‟s Cable Television Network headend that enables Subscribers to access and to view the Subscribed Channels and also prevents unauthorized viewers from accessing the Channels.
Conditional Access System or “CAS” means conditional access system installed at the Operator‟s headend that enables the Subscribers to access and to view the Subscribed Channels and also prevents unauthorized viewers from accessing the Channels.

Examples of Conditional Access System in a sentence

  • The current version of the Conditional Access System should not have any history of the hacking.

  • The IPTV Operator will maintain at its own expense a Subscriber Management System (“SMS”) which should be fully integrated with the Conditional Access System (“CAS”).

  • The MSO will maintain at its own expense a Subscriber Management System (“SMS”) which should be fully integrated with the Conditional Access System (“CAS”).

  • The DTH Operator will maintain at its own expense a Subscriber Management System (“SMS”) which should be fully integrated with the Conditional Access System (“CAS”).

  • The Platform shall be owned and operated by HITS Operator and shall also have digital Conditional Access System (“CAS”) and a Subscriber Management System (“SMS”) which shall be owned and operated by HITS Operator itself.


More Definitions of Conditional Access System

Conditional Access System means the system maintained by the Operator which has the ability to authorize and grant access to only those television channels which a subscriber has subscribed; scrambles and encrypts the signal of television channels to prevent unauthorized reception of such channels and meets the requirements set our under Annexure D of this Agreement;
Conditional Access System or “CAS” means conditional access system installed at the DPO’s head-end that enables subscribers of the DPO’s Permitted Digital Distribution Platform to access and to view channel(s) available on the DPO’s Permitted Digital Distribution Platform for retransmission and also prevents unauthorized viewers from accessing such channels.
Conditional Access System means any system, facility, arrangements or technical measure under or by means of which access to programme services requires
Conditional Access System means any system, network element, arrangement or technical measure under or by means of which access to programme services requires
Conditional Access System or “CAS” means conditional access system installed at the Operator’s Cable Television Network head end that enables Subscribers to access and to view the Subscribed Channels and also pr events unauthorized viewers from accessing the Channels and the definition assigned to it under the relevant Acts and Regulations is adopted.
Conditional Access System or “CAS” means any Addressable System containing features as indicated in the Explanation (a) below Section 4A of The Cable Television Networks (Regulation) Act, 1995 (7 of 1995).
Conditional Access System means any technical measure and/or arrangement whereby access to a protected radio or television broadcasting service in intelligible form is made conditional upon subscription or other form of prior individual authorisation.” Article 2 (ea) of the Framework Directive qualifies the conditional access system as an “associated service”: “services associated with an electronic communications network and/or an electronic communications service which enable and/or support the provision of services via that network and/or service or have the potential to do so...”