Petit HDMI RF MODULATOR

H-HDMI-RF-PETIT
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Description

Perfect HD up to 1080P/60  HDMI to Coax RF DIGITAL MODULATOR, Network - Ethernet Control

The most unique and cost-effective Networked Digital HDMI RF modulator. Designed to allow any HDMI source like an STB, satellite receiver, HDMI camera, DVD player, Computer, ROKU device and convert to any RF TV channel of your choice. 

This Thor Modulator is an all-in-one device integrating  HD MPEG2 encoding with AC3 Dolby Audio with an internal digital modulator. Converts HD audio/video signals from any device into DVB-C/T/ATSC/ISDB-T RF output.
The unit supports any HD source with the following video resolutions: 720p, 1080i, 1080p

Simply connect to any PC and control the unit via Thor Broadcast's proprietary GUI which has been touted as being the best on the market.

This unit is plug and play and has exceptional quality for a very low price to help anyone with any budget create their very own RF channel which can be viewed on thousands of televisions simultaneously. 

Features
  • HDMI Input - HDCP compliant ( works with any HDMI device )
  • 10/100 Ethernet NMS port for control, setup, and monitoring
  • RF output could be set to any CATV format as QAM, ATSC, DVB-T, or ISDB-T 
  • RF output power is +24dbmv; enough for distributing HDTV video to 100's TV over existing Coax cable
  • RF power could be controlled over the network via NMS Gui (Proprietary)
  • MPEG2 video encoding
  • AC3 Audio encoding
  • Video bit rate 1-19.5Mbps can be controlled over the network
  • Supports any CATV RF agile channels form 57-1000Mhz, channels  2 -135,
  •  Supports output resolutions up to 1080p
  •  Easy to set up via NMS.
  •  Small size and Light weight
  •  Support wall-mount type
  •  Good ventilation for the device
  •  Install multiple units onto your TV system
Drawings
Video

Specification

                     Encoding Section-Video

Encoding

MPEG2

Interface

HDMI*1

Resolution

Input

Output

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Bit rate

2.000-24.000 Kbps

                     Encoding Section-Audio

Encoding

MPEG-1 Layer2, MPEG-2 AAC, AC3

Sample rate

48KHz

Bit rate

MPEG1 Layer 2 (128Kbps)

MPEG-2 AAC (VBR)

AC3 (128kbps)

System

Management

Ethernet

Language

English

Upgrade

USB/Ethernet

                      Menu Configuration

Basic

RF range/Key ID/ Service Name/ RF attenuation

Advanced

Service provider/Network ID/ ONID/ TS ID/ Service

 

ID/PMT PID/VPID/APID/PCR PID/Network

                       Modulator Section

MER

Typ. 35dB

RF range

50-950MHz, 1KHz step

RF output level

100 dB ( 70-100 adj )

Standard

ISDB-T

Bandwidth

6M

Constellation

QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM

Code rate

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

Guard interval

1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32

FFT

2K, 8K

Standard

DVB-T

Bandwidth

6M, 7M, 8M

Constellation

QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM

Code rate

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

Guard interval

1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32

FFT

2K, 8K

Standard

DVB-C J.83A

Constellation

64QAM, 128QAM. 256QAM

Symbol rate

5.000-9.000Msps adj

Standard

DTMB

Bandwidth

8M

Constellation

GB20600-2006

Standard

ATSC

Bandwidth

6M

Constellation

8VSB

Standard

QAM J.83B

Bandwidth

6M

Constellation

64QAM, 256QAM

                                     General

Power supply

12V1A

Dimensions

103*64*24mm

Weight

300g

Question and Answers
Question:
Hello, I own a small Motel with a self-built Headend. I use standard ATSC/NTSC channels. My modulators are Consumer-grade SD (NTSC) that can NOT be set to output to any frequency(Channel) with an adjacent active channel. My local channels are fed via an Antenna and my Modulator feeds are combined and then sent to my Rooms. I'm looking toward an upgrade and I'm wondering if your Pocket Modulator's outputs can be located on adjacent Channels

Answer:
So our Petit units sound like they would be a better fit for you. However when you say you can put these on adjacent channels, are all your modulators set to be next to each other, or is this the effect of having ATSC and you're not using a channel filter? You can set the PETIT units to any channel you want, so long as there is nothing else on that frequency, so you can put 5 of them on channels 20-24 with no issue. The second option would be using this 4 channel HDMI modulator H-THUNDER-4, also has the ability to generate any frequency ( CATV QAM or ATSC Channels ) independently, So it doesn't have to adjacent, it can be spread out all over the spectrum. https://thorbroadcast.com/product/1-4-8-hdmi-digital-rf-encoder-modulator-full-hd-up-to-8230.html/238 The 8 channel HDMI H-HDCAX-8 has the ability to have separate coax channels per HDMI input https://thorbroadcast.com/product/1-8-hdmi-digital-rf-modulator-cc-closed-captioning.html/95
Question:
I own a small Motel with a self-built Headend. I use standard ATSC/NTSC channels. My modulators are Consumer-grade SD (NTSC) that can NOT be set to output to any frequency(Channel) with an adjacent active channel. My local channels are fed via an Antenna and my Modulator feeds are combined and then sent to my Rooms. I'm looking toward an upgrade and I'm wondering if your Pocket Modulator's outputs can be located on adjacent Channels.

Answer:
So our Petit units sound like they would be a better fit for you. However when you say you can put these on adjacent channels, are all your modulators set to be next to each other, or is this the effect of having ATSC and you're not using a channel filter? You can set the PETIT units to any channel you want, so long as there is nothing else on that frequency, so you can put 5 of them on channels 20-24 with no issue. Also, this 4 channel HDMI modulator, also has the ability to generate any frequency ( CATV QAM or ATSC Channels ) independently, So it doesn't have to adjacent, it can be spread out all over the spectrum. this is the link : https://thorbroadcast.com/product/1-4-8-hdmi-digital-rf-encoder-modulator-full-hd-up-to-8230.html/238
Question:
I am going to set up several TV networks with 10-50 modern flat-screen TV´s in each location (sports arenas). We are going to provide the TV´s with signals from a TV studio. The tv studio has NDI output HDMI and SDI. We would prefer to be able to use NDI so I would like to please ask if you have a suitable product that can take NDI as input?

Answer:
Currently, all of our models are generally uncompressed SDI or HDMI input. NDI is already encoded IP stream, each stream would need to be decoded to HDMI or SDI in order to connect to the encoder. Are you planning to use IP STB's for each TV? The other option would be using Modulators and deliver the video as a modulated DVB-T channels, the latency would be much better than Video over IP Please check this product: https://thorbroadcast.com/product/8-channel-hdmi-and-sdi-clear-catv-rf-modulator-qam-8230.html
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