|Industry||Audio & Video Equipment Manufacturing|
|Headquarters||Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States|
|Key people||Thomas Stingley, President
Dana Nachreiner, Vice President of Operations
Tim Graham, Corporate Quality Director
Jeff Briden, Vice President, Product Management and Customer Satisfaction
Sencore is an electronics manufacturing company based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States. They design and manufacture digital video and audio delivery, transport and monitoring equipment for professional broadcast. Many of their products deal with television production and transmission, such as the old analog NTSC format, and the new digital ATSC format.
One of Sencore's best selling products is the MRD3187, a modular receiver decoder which is used by most content delivery networks in North America including PBS. PBS uses a modified version of the MRD3187 for the WARN System.
One of the many things Sencore's products are used for is testing consumer electronics for quality. Both PC Magazine and PC World use Sencore equipment to help them test and review new LCD televisions.
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