DVB-C Modulator

DVB-C Modulator

Overview IPQ6250S DVB-C Transmodulator provides a best-of-class and high density All-In-One QAM transmodulators for cable TV operators, Hotel/Hospitally TV system in Coax Cable transmission, can be ensured that they will have a scalable, reliable, high performance video stream services for years...

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    IPQ6250S DVB-C Transmodulator provides a best-of-class and high density All-In-One QAM transmodulators for cable TV operators, Hotel/Hospitally TV system in Coax Cable transmission, DVB-C Modulator,can be ensured that they will have a scalable, reliable, high performance video stream services for years into the future.

    DVB-C Modulator is used for reception of DVB-S/S2 (8PSK/QPSK/16APSK/32APSK) signals, 32apsk satellite receiver,selection of desired channels and retransmission of them in DVB-C (QAM) format in chosen RF channels. The device DVB-C Modulator allows the user to receive and manage a range of free to air or Biss encrypted satellite channels, can receive channels from eight high speed satellite transponders and convert them into 16 No-adjacent QAM DVB-C multiplexes (with freely selected content), each with maximum throughput of 53 Mbps. In practice, each of the eight multiplexes can carry over Eight Full HD channels. DVB-C Modulator,The administrator of the system selects the required channels from the satellite streams and creates 16 DVB-C multiplexes. In each case, it is neceeesary to remember about 10% safety margin when determining the maximum bit rate for the whole multiplex (typically the ultimate bit rate of a multiplex should not exceed 48 Mbps). DVB-C Modulator,The output DVB-C QAM multiplexes are usually distributed to users by a passive network composed of RF splitters/Amplifer/Taps.

    It can also receive up to 512 SPTS/MPTS TS over UDP/RTP package transport stream input from multiple IP forms and mux all selected ip channels into DVB-C multiplex in qam Modulator with all satellite Channels together. 

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