Question about Arris DCT6200 DTV Receiver
Is there any way to repair DCT's with these codes. I understand that Motorola chips are proprietory to Motorola only and you have to be an authorized dealer to have access to the technology. Our shop replaces batteries and power supplies only but would like to expand.
No. These chip store the U/A (Unit Address) inside the chip in a "one-way format" that cannot be reverse engineered for extraction, exporting or importing. Doing so destroys the actual chip. <p> If your "shop" is not authorized to repair the Motorola brand and is doing so by way of an unauthorized DAC, they would be in violation of the DMCA and could face millions in fines and your owner, along with anyone responsible or in direction connection to using, aquiring, administering, updating, etc of the unauthorized DAC could spend many years in a federal institution for doing so. <p> Motorola/GI General Instrument Corporation work very closely with the US Government, CIA and DOD for their digital security.<p>
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
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