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TV, Telephone & Video Streaming In Your Home Network

Presenter: Paul Weeks

Consumers have the ability to incorporate these type of services within their home networks by purchasing TV, High Speed Internet and Phone packages from various types of suppliers. The types of suppliers include satellite, phone companies, cable companies and fiber optics.

Have you wondered what are the important aspects of these services that control the type of content you can display/ the resolutions of the screens on which they are displayed and even the number of displays you can have content on at the same time ?

This presentation will outline the essential elements of these purchased services and how they are integrated into your home network operation.

It will also cover the features/options and speeds of these purchased services that enhance or limit the performance of these functions within your home networks.

It will also relate how the size of the family household and the variety of their interests affects (or limits) the operation of the home network.

The presentation will focus on everyday consumer choices and operation rather than technical details of the equipment.


The meeting is open to the public and there is no charge or paid membership requirements. No pre-registration is required but we do appreciate you letting us know via Meetup if you will attend.

You do not need to be a techie to attend. In fact a good compliment of our attendees come to learn and keep abreast of technology so do not be timid about joining us as we have all levels of members. 

We have the usual bagels and coffee/tea service compliments of the club sponsor  members.  Help us support that.

Sponsorship memberships available at the club meeting $25 per year. They are not tied to Meetup membership which is free. Sponsorship memberships include access to the club's private Yahoo discussion group and breakfast out meetings. 

Note that the club includes both Meetup and non-Meetup members. We usually have 25 to 35 people attending. Meetup membership is not required but highly recommended and free.


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