Cable descrambling is the process of decoding signals and is mainly used for cable television signals.
A cable descrambler is a gadget, which decrypts a cable television signal, so that it will display on your television. By subscribing to a cable service in most cases the cable service provider will give you a box as part of the sign-up deal. Based upon the subscription they select, certain channels are descrambled while others remain encoded. There may be additional features to permit cable customers to watch ‘pay per view’ or ‘on demand’ shows and movies.
It is also possible to purchase cable descramblers as well as plans to descramble digital cable. If the use of the cable box is authorized by the cable company, and appropriate subscriptions are paid, there is no problem. Its use is generally against the law if the gadget is an illegal descrambler that allows an individual to view channels on their television they have not paid for, when payment is required.
The below documents will teach you an array of information about cable descrambling, including; cable TV descrambling plans and schematics.
Remember these are for informational purposes only and not intended to be used for cable TV hacking.
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