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Description

Thor's newly designed high density demodulating IP Gateway has 16 DVB-S/S2 FTA tuner inputs that convert to 16 non-adjacent carrier outputs with multiplexing, scrambling and QAM modulaton included. It also supports a maximum 512 IP inputs and one IP (MPTS) output through GE1 and TS input for re-mux through 2 ASI ports. It supports dual power supply (optional). This is the next generation of Gateways of which will create a seemless conversion of RF programs to IP TS that are easily managed via a secure NMS system developed by Thor to help distribute all of your programs via IP and ASI.

Features
  • 16 DVB-S/S2 FTA Tuner + 2 ASI input + 512 IP (GE1 only) input over UDP and RTP protocol
  • 16 DVB-C RF output
  • Excellent RF output performance index, MER≥40db
  • 16 groups multiplexing +16 groups scrambling +16 groups QAM modulating
  • 1 IP(MPTS) output over UDP and RTP/RTSP
  • Accurate PCR adjusting
  • PSI/SI editing and inserting
  • Web management, Updates via web
  • Redundant Power Supply (optional)
Drawings
Specification

Input

16 DVB-S/S2 FTA Tuner

512 IP (GE1only)input over UDP and RTP protocol    

2 ASI input, BNC interface

Tuner Section

DVB-S

Input Frequency

950-2150MHz

Symbol rate

2-45Msps

Signal Strength

-65~-25dBm

FEC Demodulation

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

DVB-S2

Input Frequency

950-2150MHz

Symbol rate

QPSK 1~45Mbauds

8PSK 2~30Mbauds

Code rate

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

Demodulation Mode

QPSK, 8PSK

Multiplexing     

Maximum PID Remapping      

128per input channel

Function

PID remapping (automatically or manually)

Accurate PCR adjusting

Generate PSI/SI table automatically

Scrambling

Parameters

Max simulscrypt CA

4

Scramble Standard

ETR289, ETSI 101 197, ETSI 103 197

Connection

Local/remote connection

Modulation

QAM Channel

16

Standard

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

MER

≥40db

RF frequency

50~960MHz, 1KHz step

RF output level

-20~+10dbm(87~107 dbµV),0.1db step

Symbol Rate

5.0Msps~7.0Msps, 1ksps stepping

Constellation

16/32/64/128/256QAM

 

J.83A

J.83B

Constellation

16/32/64/128/256QAM

64/256 QAM

Bandwidth

8M

6M

System

Remote management

Web NMS (10M/100M)

RF Out

16 DVB-C output

IP Out

1 IP (MPTS) output over UDP and RTP/RTSP (GE1 only)

Mirrors one carrier

Language

English

Software Upgrading

Web

General

Dimension

(W*D*H)

482mm×300mm×44.5mm

Weight

3.7kg

Temperature

0~45°C(Operation) ; -20~80°C(Storage)

Power

AC 100V±1050/60Hz;

AC 220V±10%, 50/60HZ

Consumption

25W

Question and Answers
Question:
I am interested in this product, which will be ideal for one of our new projects. I need to clarify, on each RF input what can I send, whole transponder or single channel? I need to send all channels (about 32 channels) in the one RF feed from point to point via IP. Can you please confirm if possible? I will not be able to move whole transponder feed with one RF input. The channels are all Virgin Media channels. I would like to send the RF signal from A to B, and looking for a solution, even I leave them as IP on site B or convert them back to RF. The best solution is your RF to Fibre and Fibre to RF devices, which we already have, they work perfect, but for this project, we do not have dark fiber between A and B.

Answer:
Are your channels clear or scrambled and need CAM cards? This unit would convert 16 clear channels to IP, you would need 2 pcs. https://thorbroadcast.com/product/8-x-atsc-or-satelliete-antenna-tuners-to-iptv-8230.html 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 https://thorbroadcast.com/product/iptv-to-16-32-clear-channel-rf-qam-atsc-modulator.html 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 : https://thorbroadcast.com/product/chassis-multiplexing-system-for-sdi-ethernet-gigabit-ethernet-rs-data-8230.html
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