I've heard and read reviews that say the VBrick MPEG encoder systems work well with IPTV. They're mutlicast systems and can be mounted on a cart. Check out this information - http://www.vbrick.com/pressrelease/iptv.html.
I believe that what is wanted is a "box" of some sort that has an ethernet connection and either coax or component connection to the TV that will "tune in" to the multicast session generated by IP/TV and display the content on the television.
I have already checked Vbrick products, the problem is the price (besides they do more than I need (encoders/decoders)), I have also checked tivella products, and the result is the same. Actually what I am looking for is the cheapest possible solution for a set-top box that's because I have many TV set around the campus and I would like to use the data network to broadcast different cable channels.
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