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  • The 3-month chart of BDR above graphically displays that the BULLISH PIERCING LINE pattern that was detected on 12/15/2014 is finally confirmed. The system’s current recommendation is to BUY this stock and to STAY LONG until the next signal. A BUY signal subsequent to a BULLISH PIERCING LINE pattern has a decent 66.67% probability of leading to a profitable trade and it has an upside potential of 11.02%. BDR is a highly rated (4★) stock in our system and BULLISH PIERCING LINE pattern is one of its most successful bullish patterns.

  • MM messin around again .. Hold your shares

  • 11 cents below the last bid...lol this stock.

  • To gain investors ..Don't let the momentum deflate .Keep informing the investor of any positive news.. This is a new era for tv ,choose your own ,OTT choices.. The unbundle is happening.Is this true????. Is the market starting to come your way .. LET US KNOW about the positive happenings .. WHY DIDNT YOUR PR THE OTHER DAY not make pr newswire for widespread distribution (big mistake) ...BOB made made a lot of positive statements on the CC ..He better be right this time.. Don't spout off if it isn't true .....

  • Reply to

    MM played you

    by runcdsrun Dec 17, 2014 3:32 PM

    Do you have a link for that?

  • Blonder Tongue Ships Efficient MPEG-2 HD Encoder

    Dec 15, 2014

  • Blonder Tongue Brings Efficiency to IP Video Delivery With New MPEG-2 HD Encoder

    By Eliminating the Need for External QAM-to-IP Equipment, HDE-8C-QAM/IP Encoder Enables Cost-Effective and Reliable Distribution of Enterprise Commercial Video Networks, While Providing Superior Video Quality



    OLD BRIDGE, N.J. -- Dec. 15, 2014 -- Blonder Tongue Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE MKT:BDR) today announced that it has launched the HDE-8C-QAM/IP MPEG-2 HD encoder, designed to bring increased reliability, efficiency, and affordability to high-definition video delivery. Building upon the high-performance design and sophisticated feature set offered by Blonder Tongue's popular HDE-8C-QAM encoder, the new encoder includes an IP output that is compatible with IPTV networks. By providing operators with a direct IP output, the HDE-8C-QAM/IP encoder eliminates the need for external QAM-to-IP equipment, making network design simpler and more manageable for operators in the education, enterprise, hospitality, healthcare, government, and pro A/V markets.



    "Being able to deliver HD video content over IP networks opens up revenue opportunities for schools, universities, stadiums, and other businesses. Yet, to make this scenario a reality, video operators need cost-effective, reliable, and high-quality encoding solutions," said Jeff Smith, vice president of sales at Blonder Tongue. "By adding a direct IP output to our existing HDE-8C-QAM encoder, we provide the industry with a winning solution."



    The HDE-8C-QAM/IP encoder accepts programs from up to eight component or composite inputs, such as set-top boxes, satellite receivers, and camera sources, and then digitizes, MPEG-2 encodes, multiplexes, and modulates each HD stream into four adjacent ASI or QAM channels in the 54-1002 MHz range (CATV 2-158). To ensure flawless and continuous service, the HDE-8C-QAM/IP encoder automatically switches over to a built-in spare input in the event of a failure.



    In addition to supporting Dolby(R) Digital audio encoding and closed captioning, Blonder Tongue's HDE-8C-QAM/IP encoder features an integrated EAS interface that simplifies the distribution of emergency alert messages. An accessible RF test point allows operators to perform monitoring and testing on the encoder without service interruption. The RF test point, combined with the unit's user-friendly Web-based interface, dramatically lowers the learning curve for system operators while reducing operational expenses. Remote monitoring and control of the encoder can be achieved via any standard Web browser, bringing further efficiency to operators.

  • Who knows??

  • scam artist

  • Undervalued low float stocks often double or triple in January as funds buy for new year window dressing, buy back shares they sold in previous year for tax purposes. BDR is poised to explode IMO.

  • Or MM shaken the tree

  • Enhanced AQT8 Series Increases Flexibility & Lowers System Cost OLD BRIDGE, New Jersey — Oct. 29, 2014 — Blonder Tongue Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE MKT:BDR) today announced an enhancement to the AQT8 Series of Transcoders specifically designed for the Multiple-System Operators (MSOs). User settings designed for MSO applications permit encrypted QAM input(s) to pass all stream packets to the AQT8-QAM outputs for total conditional access transparency. This gives the MSO the ability to have all conditional access equipment reside at the headend location rather than at the hubs. -

  • Reply to

    Huge gap

    by terrypant Nov 14, 2014 3:38 PM

    big plays coming

  • Reply to

    Huge gap

    by terrypant Nov 14, 2014 3:38 PM

    huge gainers

  • R.L. Drake and Blonder Tongue GOVERNMENT VIDEO EXPO 2014 EXHIBITOR PREVIEW — Booth 329

    Nov 14, 2014NewsComments Off

    At the Government Video Expo 2014, R.L. Drake and Blonder Tongue will bring a comprehensive portfolio of transcoding and encoding solutions designed to increase efficiency and reliability for broadcasters and pro AV professionals.

    Product Introduction From Blonder Tongue

    Scalable Transcoder Encoder Platform (STEP)
    Blonder Tongue’s new Scalable Transcoder Encoder Platform (STEP) will be shown at Government Video Expo.

    STEP is a 1RU, 2RU, or 3RU integrated system that performs scalable video processing to help operators meet the latest video requirements and migrate to next-generation video network architecture. The flexible platform supports multiple video quality encoding bit rates, multiple audio formats, and text scrolling. STEP is compatible with any industry media server or digital rights management software, and can be easily integrated into CDN providers, offering users a tailored solution based on customer needs.

    Product Introductions From R.L. Drake

    PEG-NE24-IP Single HD-SDI MPEG Encoder
    At the Government Video Expo, Drake will provide a preview of the PEG-NE24-IP, a new stand-alone, single HD-SDI input MPEG-2 and H.264 digital encoder designed to support public, education, and government (PEG) channels carrying local public access, school event, and municipal government programming. The new encoder is expected to ship in Q4 of 2014.

    Using the PEG-NE24-IP encoder, operators can efficiently transport SD and HD video and audio signals over existing HFC networks, eliminating the need for expensive dedicated links or bandwidth-hungry analog sub-band solutions. The encoder sends signals from a local origination site back to the headend or hub location, so they can be multiplexed and broadcast, making it ideal for multipoint distribution applications.

    DSE 2 PLUS Dual Multiplexing Encoder
    Drake will also showcase the DSE 2 PLUS dual multiplexing encoder at the Government Video Expo 2014. By combining encoding and QAM modulation capabilities within a single RU, the DSE 2 PLUS dramatically simplifies HD video distribution.

    Utilizing the DSE 2 PLUS, operators can digitally encode two uncompressed HDMI, high-resolution component video or VGA inputs to MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 (H.264). The DSE 2 PLUS uses an internal multiplexing QAM modulator and low-noise upconverter to enable the distribution of two HD programs over existing legacy fiber and coaxial networks while providing superior reliability and consistent performance. Leveraging the bandwidth savings provided by the encoder, operators can deliver twice as many HD programs or multiple channels at half the bandwidth, enabling them to realize significant cost savings and additional revenue opportunities.

    EH244 Series Encoder Host Chassis
    At the Government Video Expo 2014, Drake will highlight the EH244 Series encoder host chassis. The EH244 offers a variety of configurable output options, making it the ideal solution for housing MPEG-2 and MPEG-4/H.264 video encoders. Utilizing the flexible and scalable encoder chassis, operators can deploy any combination of Drake’s popular HD or SD encoder modules, including the HDE24, SDE24, and SDI24.

    Compatibility with existing equipment, affordable pricing, and a small footprint ensures that the EH244 chassis can easily be integrated into any infrastructure. From a compact 2RU chassis, the EH244 is capable of hosting up to six encoder modules and an internal multiplexer that allows users to create custom program multiplexes and output them in RF QAM, ASI, or IP.

    By enabling operators to choose output options based on specific needs and requirements, the EH244 lowers capital expenses while providing a future-proof solution. All chassis include an RJ-45 Ethernet management port and an ASI data port for low data rate applications such as EAS, as well as DTA set-top box control data to support Drake’s All-Digital Bandwidth Recovery Solution. A quad ASI option is available for applications that require ASI for program stream distribution.

  • Reply to

    CC and more

    by runcdsrun Nov 26, 2014 11:42 AM

    That post says it all.

  • Reply to

    Why is this a buy? Seriously

    by whatsallthehubub Nov 26, 2014 3:10 PM

    I appreciate your comments. So often these message boards are dominated by juvenile comments and pumping of other stocks. This stock has such a small float and management doesn't seem to care much about keeping shareholders informed so it makes it hard to get excited about the stock.

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