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16 x Satellite DVB S/S2 tuners to IP descripcion del modelo
16 Independent Satellite DVB S/S2 tuners input to IP TS SPTS multicast or unicast outputs. PN H-16DVBS2-IP Each TS program - "subchannel" from any DVBS/S2 Channel can be converted to IP stream - UDP/RTP/RTSP The unit has also 2 ASI inputs for external TS's sources. also other models are available: H-16DVBS-IP-16ATSC 16 DVBS to 16 ATSC trans modulator with VCT edit, H-16DVBS-IP-16QAM : 16 DVBS to 16 DVB-C QAM- trans modulator with VCT edit, H-16DVBS-IP16 DVBT -16 DVBS to 16 DVB-T QAM- trans modulator with VCT edit

Thor el nuevo dise?o de alta densidad de desmodulación de IP de Puerta de enlace tiene 16 DVB-S/S2 FTA sintonizador de entradas que convertir a los 16 no adyacentes portador de salidas con multiplexación, codificación y QAM modulaton incluido. También se admite un máximo de 512 entradas IP y una dirección IP (MPTS) de salida a través de GE1 y TS de entrada para re-mux a través de 2 puertos ASI.. Es compatible con doble fuente de alimentación (opcional). Esta es la próxima generación de puertas de enlace de la cual se creará una seemless conversión de RF programas de IP de TS que son fácilmente manejados a través de un seguro NMS sistema desarrollado por Thor para ayudar a distribuir la totalidad de sus programas a través de IP y ASI.

  • 16 DVB-S/S2 FTA Sintonizador + 2 ASI de entrada + 512 IP (GE1 sólo) de entrada a través de UDP y RTP protocolo
  • 16 DVB-C de salida de RF
  • Excelente salida de RF del índice de rendimiento, MER?40 db
  • 16 grupos de multiplexación +16 grupos de aleatorización +16 grupos de la modulación QAM
  • 1 IP(MPTS) de salida a través de UDP y RTP/RTSP
  • Precisa ajuste de PCR
  • PSI/SI la edición y la inserción de
  • Administración de la Web, las Actualizaciones a través de la web
  • Fuente de Alimentación redundante (opcional)
16 CATV RF QAM or ATSC or DVB- T to IPTV Converter
The unit inputs 16 modulated CATV RF channels and output ready to go multicast or unicast UDP/RTP stream for IPTV distribution. It outputs SMPT's and MPTS for each TS program from QAM, ATSC, DVB-T, ISDB-T (Model specific). It works as QAM to IP, ATSC to IP, DVB-T to IP, ISDB-T to IP converter Gateway, this is the easiest way to create IPTV headend form the CATV RF cable or OFF-AIR. In many cases, 16 RF channels carry over 100 Video programs. Very often used for varies HOTES, GYM's SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS, CHURCHES IPTV Distribution application. It simply works as TUNER - IP Converter Spanish Language: La unidad ingresa 16 canales de RF de CATV modulados y la salida está lista para ir a la transmisión UDP / RTP de multidifusión o unidifusión para la distribución de IPTV. Produce SMPT y MPTS para cada programa TS de QAM, ATSC, DVB-T, ISDB-T (modelo específico). Funciona como QAM a IP, ATSC a IP, DVB-T a IP, puerta de enlace convertidor ISDB-T a IP, esta es la forma más fácil de crear cabecera IPTV desde el cable RF CATV o OFF-AIR. En muchos casos, 16 canales de RF transmiten más de 100 programas de video. Muy a menudo se usa para HOTES, ESCUELAS DE GIMNASIO, HOSPITALES, IGLESIAS Aplicación de distribución de IPTV

De entrada

16 DVB-S/S2 FTA Sintonizador

512 IP (GE1only)de entrada a través de UDP y RTP protocolo

2 ASI de entrada, interfaz de BNC

Sección Del Sintonizador De


Frecuencia De Entrada


Velocidad de símbolo


La Fuerza De La Se?al


FEC Demodulación

1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8 QPSK


Frecuencia De Entrada


Velocidad de símbolo

QPSK 1~45Mbauds

8PSK 2~30Mbauds

Código de tarifa

1/2, 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6, 8/9, 9/10

Modo De Demodulación



Máximo PID Reasignación de

128per canal de entrada

La función

PID reasignación (automática o manualmente)

Precisa ajuste de PCR

Generar PSI/SI la tabla de forma automática



Max simulscrypt CA


Scramble Estándar

ETR289, ETSI 101 197, ETSI 103 197


Local/remoto de la conexión


Los Canales QAM



EN300 429/ITU-T J. 83A/B


?40 db

Frecuencia del RF

50~960MHz, 1KHz paso

Nivel de salida de RF

-20~+10dbm(87~107 db?V),0.1 db paso

Velocidad De Símbolo

5.0 Msps~7.0 Msps, 1ksps pisar




J. 83A

J. 83B



64/256 QAM

El ancho de banda



Sistema de

Gestión remota

Web NMS (10M/100M)

RF Out

16 DVB-C de salida

IP Fuera

1 IP (MPTS) de salida a través de UDP y RTP/RTSP (GE1 sólo)

Los espejos de un portador



La Actualización De Software





482×300 mm×44,5 mm


3.7 kg

La temperatura

0~45°C(Operación) ; -20~80°C(Almacenamiento)

El poder

CA 100V?1050/60Hz;

CA EL 220V?10%, 50/60HZ

El consumo de


Question and Answers
Are your channels clear or scrambled and need CAM cards? This unit would convert 16 clear channels to IP, you would need 2 pcs. 2 x 16 CH H-16DVBS2-IP 16 x Satellite S2 Tuners to IPTV & ASI Output The unit can discover all TS's programs and broadcast each SPTS for each TS. What do you need to do with those streams on the other end? Do you want to leave it as an IP and use IP STB? Or convert this IP to RF QAM or DVB-T. If so this would be the best unit to do it: IP to 16/32 CH RF Gateway I totally understand, but this unit has 16 RF inputs, it converts 16 individual channels to IP. so with those 2 pcs you can move 32 channels You are absolutely right, it would be easier to use fiber optic converters RF to RF. So you don't have dark fiber? But if you have fiber with, anything on there, maybe ethernet or L-band? Whatever doesn't matter, then we can make a pass through mux for you. We can do a custom product for you and multiplex anything on the single fiber. To explain it better, if you would have something already occupied by RFor Ethernet or ASI /SDI. We can build a unit with that and have that signal and in addition RF as well? Does that make sense? Please take a look at this CWDM multiplexer for example :
Yes we have a direct converter that will take RF programs and convert them to IP streams; however that device is not an encoder but rather a Gateway, so the programs will maintain their MPEG2 protocol. If you would like to convert to H264 then you would have to use a tuner or STB, for each stream with an HDMI output; then those HDMI outputs would go into a broadcast encoder which will then convert each HDMI input to an IP stream in H264. This is our very popular 8 Channel HDMI to IP Encoder Otherwise, if MPEG2 would work out then you can use this device as the gateway for RF to IP Considering we use MPEG2 in North America to view streams; if the client to elects to convert to H264; they would still need to use a decoder to grab those IP streams and convert to something you can view on.
This unit is a gateway, so it demodulates and converts the signal type from RF to IP, however, it will not change the protocol standard. 
So if your current RF television system is MPEG2 then the IPTV will be MPEG2. 
If you are in a country that uses DVB-T MPEG2, H.264, or H.264, then your IP will be in came MPEG 2 H.264, H265
It does not support Encryption, so anther words, the RF input needs to be clear and IP output will be clear.
This is the only Tuner Gateway we have in this density.
What is your application, please describe in detail, our engineers will happy to review its ad advise the best solution. 800-521-8467 Ext 2
How many of each signal are you trying to encode? Where is the Youtube source coming from?
I would think 8 RF channels, 1 or 2 HDMI, and YouTube would be via web.
and what protocol on multicast did you require?
youtube is from the web, but in order to integrate, you need to receive it, then encode it again
I watched YouTube video for the 16 rf tuner to IPTV to qam. Not to knowledgeable in this area, a network engineer by trade. Multicast would be UDP. Perhaps a Firestick or Roku device to get YouTube.
Okay so this would be a multi device setup.
We can use RF to IP Gateways' for your 8 ATSC channels
Then an encoder for XX amount of HDMI inputs you need.
Those IP outputs from those devices would all go to one switch and from there you'd have all your multicast streams.
Which part numbers should I look at?
this is the gateway for RF to IP
2 HDMI input encoder for HDMI to IP
Excellent thank you

Do you want to use it on LAN or WAN?
I'm assuming WAN, in this case, UDP multicast would not work.

What you can do is stream your Video to Youtube using RTMP
protocol, and give all your friends and family, private links

You can use this encoder for this purpose :


This is the solution :
H-16ATSC-IP-RF, 16ch ATSC tuners to IP, each tuner can be set to the different channel, and output all it will output multicast streams, then you need to have a Video server which will accept UDP multicast, convert it to HLS and serve the customers,
We do not make video servers, you could use WOWZA for example
The reason is that Public internet doesn't support UDP multicast streams, you can use them easily on the LAN, nut, not on the WAN, this is why you need a Video server with HLS, RTSP or RTP outputs

Because these cameras are H264, we need to convert and encode those transport streams to Mpeg2 and then modulate onto ATSC for RF to your television. 

As I noted, there are a couple of ways to do this. 
I think this is the simplest solution. 
Input the IP from the camera, take HDMI output and then use HDMI modulators. 
Here is a link to our modulators. 
Since you have between 6-12 camera streams, you can use individual compact units or higher density models 
Answer 2
This IP to RF gateway is just a converter, it does not encode, so your IP Streams will still be H264, the television will not recognize those channels. 
You need to encode those H264 streams to MPEG2, otherwise, it will not work. 
So you're correct the 16QAM-IP unit will work; if your customer needs IP STB's we have 2 options, managed and unmanaged.
So if your customer has Samsung TV's that support IP input, it could work in theory; its rare though someone has TV's that will work with Clear IP streams. 
He will have to find an app that will ingest those streams, the issue is Samsung only allows certain apps on their TV sets, so he will have to navigate that himself once he uses the RF decoder to IP. 
Please give me a call if you have more details about the project, 1800-521-8467 ext 1 
Maybe there is another solution, otherwise he will have to use IP STB at every TV, the IP streams will need to get scripted then loaded onto each STB, then IP input and HDMI output to the Television. 
For the reasons above is why most customers use RF modulators, it's cleaner, easier and simpler to implement. 


Yes we do, you can find it here:
So yes you can do that many channels in one chassis if you would like to do that. 
So each input is an independent tuner, you can use your One input , and then cascade the rest. The unit comes with 16 short coax jumpers for that reason. 
Output can be either UDP or RTP.  Otherwise this is a RF to IP Gateway so there won't be any other changes versus what you input into the unit. 
So if you inject a feed that is MPEG2 and AC3, that is what will come out on the IP side. 
Each RF input per channel, let's channel 5, will include all minor channels as well. so if you have 5.1 and 5.5 and 5.7 all on that carrier, then they will all be converted to IP. 
That's correct, because if you want to do all those things, then you need to encode those signals; again this unit is a gateway not an encoder. 
So there are no options internally that would allow you to do those things as a Gateway. This is strictly for RF to IP conversion  - whatever goes In QAM would go out in IP intacct
To shrink the signal is the much more complex and expensive process
One way is to use  MPEG Transcoders , the second way is to decode each video to baseband Video and use separate encoders to re-encode the stream according to your needs.
Both methods are comlex expensive and require a lot of equipment.
Are you intending to utilize gateway IP output for the LAN IP distribution or WAN (Public internet) ?
The IP output from the QAM to IP gateway is UDP multicast, if you intend to use those streams in your LAN, than you do not need shrink it, LAN has enough bandwidth and also IGMP support to prevent  network clogging.
That might work, because we can outputs unicast RTSP streams from it, but again there will be no data rate reduction the data rate and encoded format will be exactly like on the QAM, so it depends on your SD-WAN bandwitch

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