The Knapsack technology makes transferring non-video data over TV streams possible.
Our file-casting data transfer technology is capable of embedding up to 8GB of digital content daily in a standard TV stream, and broadcasting it to a specific geographical location, no matter how remote. The Knapsack TV stream appears in the list of channels, just like any other broadcast satellite channel.
The Knapsack team curates digital content daily, and encodes it into a digital satellite TV stream. This content will be streaming for 24 hours.
Knapsack users tune into the Knapsack satellite TV broadcast through their satellite receivers. They record the Knapsack broadcast for the specified amount of time (approx. 2 hours)
The recording of the Knapsack broadcast is decoded into the different digital files originally encoded by the Knapsack curation team, using our software in a computer.
Knapsack Content Hub
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