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Conditional access system unlikely to take off

12-January-2001
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Conditional access system unlikely to take off

The Conditional Access System (CAS) for pay TV channels, is likely to see a slow death even before being introduced. The cable operators’ fraternity, which was earlier optimistic about the CAS being introduced, now feels that the government is not serious about it.

The basic premise on which CAS is based is that a subscriber will be able to choose the pay channel that he wants to watch and pay for only that, with the help of a set-top-box.

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