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Motorola DSR-6400 Series
Satellite Multiplex Receiver/
Transcoder Operator Guide
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    GigE out because the device they were connecting to didn't provide an ARP response. Jeff Paul, we need to add Web GUI info about transcoding in appliance mode and how to understand the possible output bandwith limitations. Motorola DSR-6400 Series Satellite Multiplex Receiver/ Transcoder Operator Guide...

  • Page 2: Operation Precautions

    To prevent electrical shock, do not use the unit electrical power plug (polarized) with an extension cord, receptacle, or other outlet unless the MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, blades can be fully inserted to prevent blade exposure. The mains LLC.

  • Page 3: Important Safety Instructions

    Important Safety Instructions • Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. • Read these instructions. • Refer all servicing to qualified service • Keep these instructions. personnel. Servicing is required when the • Heed all warnings.

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    MOTOROLA y el logotipo de la M estilizada son marcas entrada del cable. comerciales o marcas comerciales registradas de Marcas Participantes de Motorola LLC.

  • Page 5: Instrucciones De Seguridad Importantes

    Instrucciones de seguridad importantes • Proteja el cable de alimentación para evitar pisarlo o que quede apretado, especialmente en • Lea estas instrucciones. los enchufes y tomas de corriente, y revise el • Guarde estas instrucciones. punto de salida del aparato. •...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Chapter 1 Introducing the DSR-6400 Series...................... 13 Key Features ..........................13 Model and Transcoding Capacity....................14 PID Mapping..........................15 Processor / Back Panel Associations................... 16 Chapter 2 Connecting the DSR-6400 Series Unit....................17 Unpacking and Connecting the DSR-6400 Series Unit..............17 Unpacking ............................

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    Port Menu............................. 36 ID Field..........................36 Mode Field ..........................36 Sat Field ..........................37 Polar Field ..........................37 Port Config Menu ......................... 37 Port 1 Power Field......................... 37 Audio1 and Audio2 Menus ......................38 AudioMix Field........................38 DialNorm/Compress Field ..................... 39 Audio1 and Audio2 Gain Menus....................

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    VCT (Virtual Channel Table) Field ..................50 VCN (Virtual Channel Number) Field ..................50 PORT Field ........................... 50 Channel Menus ..........................51 PR Field (DSR-6402, DSR-6403, and DSR-6404 only) ............51 VCT Field ..........................51 CHNL Field ........................... 51 Xpndr Field..........................53 MPEG SELECT Menu........................

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    Memory Field ........................68 Flash Field..........................68 Hard Drive Field ........................68 Status7(SD) Menu........................69 PR Field (DSR-6402, DSR-6403, and DSR-6404 only) ............69 Vido Frmt Field and Resolution Field ..................69 BitRt Field..........................69 Status8(SD) Menu........................70 PR Field (DSR-6402, DSR-6403, and DSR-6404 only) ............70 Aud Field ..........................

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    Timestamp and Message Fields ................... 74 Diagnostic Menus......................... 75 Menus Field .......................... 75 Clear Cntrs Field ........................75 PR Field (DSR-6402, DSR-6403, and DSR-6404 only) ............75 Unit Address Menu........................76 TV Pass Card Menu ........................76 Audio Test Signal Menu ....................... 76 L1/R1 and L2/R2 Fields ......................

  • Page 13: Introducing The Dsr-6400 Series

    Introducing the DSR-6400 Series The Motorola DSR-6400 Series products are commercial Satellite Receiver/Transcoders, designed for broadcasters and headend operators for receiving digital satellite services. The DSR-6400 Series units will process both high-definition and standard-definition video services. After the DSR-6400 Series units are properly installed and configured, they will be ready to receive authorization and control information from the satellite signal source provider.

  • Page 14: Model And Transcoding Capacity

    The DSR-6401 transcodes one service, the DSR- 6402 transcodes two, the DSR-6403 transcodes three, and the DSR-6404 transcodes four services. For setup purposes, the DSR-6400 Series introduces the concept of "processor" or PR in the user interface.

  • Page 15: Pid Mapping

    PID Mapping The DSR-6400 Series uses a PID mapping scheme for the output services for ASI and GIGE output ports. The following two tables show each of the individual service components and their assigned PID values on each MPEG program. These PID values affect the output ports: ASI OUT 1, ASI OUT 2, and GIGE, as shown below.

  • Page 16: Processor / Back Panel Associations

    1, 2, 3 (See Note.) DSR-6402 1, 2 1, 2 Q1, Q2 L+ L- G R+ R- NO CM NC G NO CM NC DSR-6403 1, 2, 3 1, 2, 3 Q1, Q2, Q3 G Q4+ Q4- SECONDARY AUDIO RELAY 2...

  • Page 17: Connecting The Dsr-6400 Series Unit

    Connecting the DSR-6400 Series Unit Unpacking and Connecting the DSR-6400 Series Unit Cable connections, described in this chapter, are made to the back panel of the unit. Earth Ground Relay/Alarm Terminals Fan Unit L-Band RF Input Ports 1 - 8 Fan Unit Primary Audio Out RF IN...

  • Page 18: Unpacking

    Note: Additional audio and data connectors may be ordered through Phoenix Contact part PRIMARY AUDIO RELAY 1 ALARM numbers 1881354 / 1881370. Q1+ Q1- G Q2+ Q2- L+ L- G R+ R- NO CM NC G NO CM NC CAUTION: When connecting any of the eight RF IN ports, the RELAY RF-IN Antenna cable should...

  • Page 19: Rack Mounting Guidelines

    Article 820.93 of the NEC (National Electrical Code), ANSI/NFPA 70:2005, or equivalent. Battery Replacement Do not replace the lithium battery used in the unit. Instead, return the unit to a Motorola Mobility authorized service center for replacement with the same or equivalent type battery as recommended by the manufacturer.

  • Page 20: Connecting The Dsr-6400 Series

    Connecting the DSR-6400 Series To connect a DSR-6400 Series to the GigE signal, see "GigE Input" on page 31. To connect a DSR-6400 Series to an ASI signal, see "ASI Input" on page 31. To connect a DSR-6400 Series to an RF signal: Determine which satellite, transponder, Virtual Channel Table (VCT) number, and Virtual Channel is to be used.

  • Page 21: Remote Operation

    Remote Operation The DSR-6400 Series decoder can be operated remotely from a web browser. When the decoder is contacted via an HTTP session from a computer, the decoder’s web server responds to the HTTP session with a login dialog box that requires the user to login with user name and password.

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    To operate the DSR-6400 Series decoder remotely Open a browser session, type the decoder’s unique IP address in the address bar, and press the ENTER key. For example, if the decoder is configured with IP address 10.11.23.60, then go to the browser, type: in the address bar, and press ENTER.

  • Page 23: Operating The Dsr-6400 Series

    Operating the DSR-6400 Series All operations described in this chapter require use of the front panel, as shown in Figure 3-1. DSR-6400 MESSAGE Relay LCD Screen Authorized Arrow Buttons ENTER Button Alarm Message Signal Download Figure 3-1: DSR-6400 Series Front Panel The following list describes the LEDs located on the left and right sides of the LCD screen.

  • Page 24: Using The Front Panel

    Using the Front Panel The front panel LCD screen displays a series of menus that can be used to configure and control the system. The name of the current menu is always in the upper left corner of the screen for easy identification.

  • Page 25: Navigating The Menus

    Navigating the Menus Even though the keypad options shown on the LCD screen may change for each menu and for each field, the control buttons basically do the same thing. The user may want to practice on a screen to become familiar with how the buttons work. Notice that: •...

  • Page 26: How To Use The Menus

    The front-panel LCD displays the About menu when the unit is initially plugged in or after a factory reset. This menu identifies the model (either DSR-6401, DSR-6402, DSR-6403, or DSR-6404) and the second line displays the DSR-6400 Series’s actual firmware version instead of 0xXXXXX, as shown below.

  • Page 27: Overview Of The Lcd Panel Menu Tree

    Overview of The LCD Panel Menu Tree Pressing ENTER when the cursor is on a menu name causes the cursor to return to the main, top level menu. The charts on the following pages show the menus organized into five main groups: Installation menus, Channel selection menus, IP menus, Status menus, and Diagnostic menus.

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    Channel Selection Menus CHANNEL PR VCT CHNL Xpndr 00000 0000 (MPEG mode) MPEG SELECT PR Program 00000(Not in map) AUD1LANG Dspl Left Right InputMode AUD2LANG Dspl Left Right InputMode IP MENUS PORT GigE IP Address PORT 10/100 MAC Address 192.168.054.100 hh:hh:hh:hh:hh:hh PORT GigE Subnet Mask...

  • Page 29: Status Menus

    Status Menus STATUS0 STATUS7 SD PR Vido Frmt Resolutn BitRt Health Alarm Trigger Acq:Alarm Auto MPEG-2 720x480 6.0M STATUS1 STATUS8 SD PR Aud Format Mode FrontPanel Input Type BitR Local-Control L-Band PSTHRU --- STATUS2 STATUS9 HD PR Vido Fmt Resolutn Source Channel Quality...

  • Page 30: Installation Menus

    Installation Menus The purpose of the installation menus is to configure the ports and choose settings that remain fixed over time. This section describes in detail each of the Installation menus, fields, and options displayed on the LCD panel. Return to the main top-level menu and then select the Installation menu group. With the blinking cursor at the upper left, press the ENTER button to return to the main top-level menu.

  • Page 31: Asi Input

    ASI Input Input Field Use this section to specify the ASI input port. The Input field displays the active input. Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Input label and press ENTER. Press the  buttons to scroll to ASI In.

  • Page 32: Gige Input Ip Addr Field

    GigE Input IP Addr Field Default: 239.001.001.001 Use the following procedure to set and view the Input GigE IP address of the unit. Press the  buttons until the GigE Input IP Address menu appears. Use this menu to enter an IP address and Port for the incoming GigE source stream.

  • Page 33: Mode Field

    The following screen prompts the user to confirm the selection and exit the field. CAUTION: Service will be interrupted Press E to continue or to stop If you press any arrow button ( 4 ) at this point, the Caution screen disappears and the MANUAL TUNE menu reappears without any changes.

  • Page 34: Lfreq Field

    LFreq Field This field is not available when Input field is set to either ASI In or GigE In. If the Mode field is set to Xpndr, this field is set automatically and cannot be edited. If the LFreq option in the Mode field is chosen, use this field, to directly tune the frequency. Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the LFreq label.

  • Page 35: Modulation Menu

    Modulation Menu This menu is not available when the Manual Tune menu has the Input field set to ASI In or GigE In. That option is described on page 32. This menu, together with the Manual Tune menu, allows the user to initially acquire a DigiCipher II signal.

  • Page 36: Port Menu

    Port Menu Use this menu to configure RF In ports (Port 1 through Port 8). This menu is not available when the Manual Tune menu has the Input field set to ASI In or GigE In. That option is described on page 32. Because the unit has eight RF input ports that can potentially be used to switch and tune signals from multiple satellite antenna, the unit demands there be an accurate association of the port with the Satellite and Polarity designators programmed in the Uplink encoder system(s) to which we...

  • Page 37: Sat Field

    Sat Field Default: --- If the Mode field is set to Manual, use this field to select a satellite name for the designated port. This field is not editable when the Mode field is set to Auto. Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Sat label.

  • Page 38: Audio1 And Audio2 Menus

    Audio1 and Audio2 Menus Use these menus to customize the back-panel analog audio outputs (Phoenix connectors). Press the  buttons until the Audio1 or Audio2 menu appears (shown below).  AUDIO1  AudioMix  DialNorm/Compress Stereo On-Moderate  AUDIO2  AudioMix ...

  • Page 39: Dialnorm/compress Field

    DialNorm/Compress Field Default: On-Moderate DialNorm is an abbreviation for Dialog Normalization. This field enables or disables dialog normalization and allows control of the degree of audio level compression. Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the DialNorm/Compress label, and press ENTER to move into the field. Press the ...

  • Page 40: Audio1 And Audio2 Gain Menus

    Audio1 and Audio2 Gain Menus These menus allow adjustment of the audio signal output level from +00 to -20 dB, in 1 dB increments. Press the  buttons until the desired menu appears (either AUDIO1 GAIN or AUDIO2 GAIN). AUDIO1 GAIN Left Mode Right...

  • Page 41: Alarm Menu

    Alarm Menu Use this menu to choose which alarm condition will activate an alarm. Press the  button until the Alarm menu is located (shown below). ALARM Trigger Test Auto The alarm can be activated for any of the following conditions: •...

  • Page 42: 4th Relay Menu (dsr-6404 Only)

    4th Relay Menu (DSR-6404 only) Use this menu to repurpose the Alarm Relay (on the back panel) for use as the fourth contact closure output. To pins are labeled NO, CM, and NC and are located below the ALARM label, as shown in on page 16.

  • Page 43: Asi Output Rate Menu

    54 Mbps. ASI2 Field Default: 27 (DSR-6401); 54 (DSR-6402); 81 (DSR-6403); 108 (DSR-6404) To select the data rate (Mbps) of the ASI OUT 2 on the back panel, press the 4 button until the cursor is at the ASI2 label, and press ENTER to move into the field.

  • Page 44: Reset Menu

    Reset Menu Use this menu to execute factory defaults, perform power cycle resets, view the current code version, and activate a different code version. Press the  buttons until the Reset menu appears. RESET Reset Type Code Select 0x333 active Reset Type Field Default: No Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Reset Type label, and press ENTER to move into the...

  • Page 45: Code Select Field

    Code Select Field Default: 0xnnn active The unit can hold one or two version of code. Initially, the unit has just one version of code and that code is active and running inside the unit. When the unit receives and stores a second code version via a broadcast code download, the second code version is saved in memory, but is not activated.

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    The following example shows a unit at version 0x333 that could be reverted to version 0x332. This example shows the active code is 333. RESET Reset Type Code Select 0x333 active If “available” is preceded by a smaller value than the active code value, then selecting this RESET Reset Type Code Select...

  • Page 47: Core Menu

    To manually activate an available code version (either revert or upgrade) Important: Use caution when executing the Available option. Once the Available option is selected and ENTER is pressed, the unit will make the specified code version as the current active version and will then perform an automatic reboot.

  • Page 48: 525 Field

    525 Field Default: NTSC Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the 525 label, and press ENTER to move into the field. This field allows selection of the output format for 525-line video as either NTSC or PAL-M. Use the ...

  • Page 49: Upgrade Field

    Upgrade Field This read-only field displays the firmware code version that is set to be downloaded and activated (pending download). This field displays 000000 when no upgrade is in process. Pending upgrades are installed with an automatic activation and activation reboot that is scheduled by the system that is providing the upgrade.

  • Page 50: Dr Menu (acquisition Recovery)

    DR Menu (Acquisition Recovery) Use this menu to review the Acquisition Recovery map. This menu is used most commonly in troubleshooting. Press the  buttons until the DR menu appears. DR VCN MODE PORT E DISABLED (00000) ---- MODE Field Default: DISABLED This non-editable field displays the DR modes: DISABLED...

  • Page 51: Channel Menus

    CHNL Xpndr 00000 0000 (MPEG mode) PR Field (DSR-6402, DSR-6403, and DSR-6404 only) Default: 1 The PR (processor) field does not appear on a DSR-6401. Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the PR label, and press ENTER to move into the field. Press the  buttons to scroll through the available processor values.

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    This field also provides a second method for entering the Virtual Channel(s). To edit the field, use the 4 buttons to select the digit to change and then, while the cursor is on that digit, press the  buttons to display the required value. Repeat this process for each applicable digit. Press ENTER to confirm the selection and exit the field.

  • Page 53: Xpndr Field

    PR Program 00000(Not in map) PR Field (DSR-6402, DSR-6403, and DSR-6404 only) Default: 1 The PR (processor) field does not appear on a DSR-6401. Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the PR label, and press ENTER to move into the field. Press the  buttons to scroll throughout the available processor values.

  • Page 54: Aud1lang And Aud2lang Menus

    If the unit’s configuration can be edited, the following caution messages appear: • A caution message is displayed when changing from a Virtual Channel (DCII Selection Mode) to a MPEG program number (MPEG Selection Mode). Press any arrow button ( 4 ) to back out of the field and leave it unchanged.

  • Page 55: Dspl Field

    Dspl Field Default: All Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Dspl (Display) label, and press ENTER to move into the field. Select the option that applies to the Left and Right. There are three options: All, Avail, and Status.

  • Page 56: Inputmode Field

    • There is an interaction between the Language (Lang) menu and the AudioMix field (described on page 38): If the user had previously selected Stereo or Mono in the AudioMix field and a specific language as the audio output in the Lang menu, but later changes the AudioMix menu setting to Dual Mono, the Dual Mono changes in this menu to the same language specified for both Dual Mono channels and a caution screen displays.

  • Page 57: Subtitle Field

    Subtitle Field Default: def Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Subtitle label, and press ENTER to move into the field.  TEXT LANG  Display  Subtitle Use one of the following options to set the language: •...

  • Page 58: 10/100 Dhcp Menu

    10/100 DHCP Menu Press the  buttons until the Port 10/100 DHCP menu appears. The front panel screen displays the DHCP and Unit Name fields. DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) allows the Satel- lite Multiplex Decrypter to obtain a set of IP parameters from a DHCP server. The DHCP server ensures that all these IP addresses are unique.

  • Page 59: 10/100 Subnet Mask Menu

    10/100 Subnet Mask Menu Default: 255.255.255.000 Use the following procedure to set and view the Subnet Mask address for the left Ethernet port on the back panel of the unit. Press the  buttons until the Subnet Mask menu appears. The subnet mask is represented in the common dotted-decimal format.

  • Page 60: Gige Ip Address Menu

    GigE IP Address Menu Default: 192.168.054.100 Use the following procedure to set and view the GigE IP output address for the right Ethernet port on the back panel of the unit. Press the  buttons until the GigE IP Address menu appears. The address is represented in the common dotted-decimal format.

  • Page 61: Gige Ts Mode Menu

    Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the GigE Default Gateway label, and press ENTER to move into the field. Use the arrow buttons ( 4 ) to enter the desired address and then press ENTER to confirm the selection and exit the field. GigE TS Mode Menu Press the ...

  • Page 62: Gige Xcoded Dest Addr Menu

    GigE Xcoded Dest Addr Menu Use this menu to set the GigE transcoded destination address and the associated port. This menu is only operational if the TS Mode field is set to either Transcoded or Transcoded+Passthru. Press the  buttons until the Port GigE Xcoder Dest Addr menu appears. PORT GigE Xcoded Dest Addr Port 192.168.054.201...

  • Page 63: Status Display Menus

    Status Display Menus Status display menus provide information regarding the current status of the unit. These fields are not editable, and the displayed information is either (1) the result of changes in an installation or channel selection menu, or (2) a parameter the unit reports as part of its operation. Status0 Menu Press the ...

  • Page 64: Status1 Menu

    Status1 Menu Press the  buttons until the Status1 menu appears. STATUS1 FrontPanel Input Type Local-Control L-Band FrontPanel Field This status-only field displays whether the user is able to control the unit completely from the front panel or whether some front-panel functions are disabled. When this field displays Local- Control, this means the panel is not locked and the local user has access to all menu functions.

  • Page 65: Status2 Menu

    Status2 Menu This menu only applies to RF input. Press the  buttons until the STATUS2 menu appears. This screen displays the source name, channel number, and the signal quality of the incoming signal.  STATUS2 Source Channel Quality ---- Source Field This status-only field displays the source name, which was entered by the programmer or network operator at the encoder/uplink to identify the source.

  • Page 66: Status4 Menu

    Status4 Menu This menu only applies to RF input. Press the  buttons until the STATUS4 menu appears. This screen displays the satellite name and signal tuning characteristics. STATUS4 Sat Freq Symb Code Format --- 1430.00 11.71 5/6 Comb Sat Field This status-only field displays the satellite name from the downloaded network information.

  • Page 67: Sync Field

    Sync Field This status-only field displays the acquisition Sync state. The Sync state can be either Locked or Tuning. Eb/No Field This status-only field displays a value from 0.0 to 35.0 that designates a measurement of the signal-to-noise ratio. Authorize State Field This status-only field displays the authorization state of the currently-selected channel.

  • Page 68: Status6 Menu

    Status6 Menu Press the  buttons until the STATUS6 menu appears. This screen displays the unit’s volatile memory, flash memory, and hard drive memory. STATUS6 Memory Flash Hard Drive 8.0MB 450.4MB 14.9GB Memory Field This status-only field displays the amount of free volatile memory in MB units that is available for use by the operating system.

  • Page 69: Status7(sd) Menu

    MPEG-2 720x480 6.0M PR Field (DSR-6402, DSR-6403, and DSR-6404 only) Default: 1 The PR (processor) field does not appear on a DSR-6401. Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the PR label, and press ENTER to move into the field. While ensuring that the cursor remains on ...

  • Page 70: Status8(sd) Menu

    PR Aud Format Mode BitR PSTHRU --- PR Field (DSR-6402, DSR-6403, and DSR-6404 only) Default: 1 The PR (processor) field does not appear on a DSR-6401. Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the PR label, and press ENTER to move into the field. While ensuring that the cursor remains on ...

  • Page 71: Status9(hd) Menu

    MPEG-2 1280x720 18.0M PR Field (DSR-6402, DSR-6403, and DSR-6404 only) Default: 1 The PR (processor) field does not appear on a DSR-6401. Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the PR label, and press ENTER to move into the field. While ensuring that the cursor remains on ...

  • Page 72: Pr Field (dsr-6402, Dsr-6403, And Dsr-6404 Only)

    PR Field (DSR-6402, DSR-6403, and DSR-6404 only) Default: 1 The PR (processor) field does not appear on a DSR-6401. Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the PR label, and press ENTER to move into the field. While ensuring that the cursor remains on ...

  • Page 73: Status12 Menu

    Status12 Menu The mail messages are typically sent from the Uplink Provider and are usually about network issues (e.g., scheduled blackouts and code downloads). These messages can also be reviewed from the Fast Facts 8 OSD screen (described on page 96). Press the  buttons until the Status12 menu appears. To view the messages remotely from the units web browser, see "Remote Operation"...

  • Page 74: Timestamp And Message Fields

    Timestamp and Message Fields When a message is being displayed (as shown below), the menu’s second line displays a timestamp showing the date and time that the message was received at the decoder. A colon (:) separates the timestamp from the first few words of the message. STATUS12 MAIL: INBOX >...

  • Page 75: Diagnostic Menus

    Clear Cntrs label, and press ENTER to move into the field. Press the  button to select Yes and press ENTER to reset the counters to zero and return the field to No. PR Field (DSR-6402, DSR-6403, and DSR-6404 only) Default: 1 The PR (processor) field does not appear on a DSR-6401.

  • Page 76: Unit Address Menu

    Unit Address Menu Press the  buttons until the UNIT ADDRESS menu appears. This read-only menu displays the unit's 16-digit electronic address (range: 000-00000-00000-000 to 999-99999-99999-999). The program provider uses this address to identify a specific unit for authorization and retune messages.

  • Page 77: L1/r1 And L2/r2 Fields

    L1/R1 and L2/R2 Fields Default: Off Use the appropriate field (either L1/R1 or L2/R2) to choose one of the following test tones: • 1000 • 4040, 3960 (two tones) At the completion of the test, press ENTER to disable the test, exit the field, and return the field to the default setting (Off).

  • Page 78: Ad Insertion Test Menu

    Ad Insertion Test Menu Ad insertion signals are generated by the unit, but controlled by the uplink programmer. Local cable companies use ad insertion signals to control and to queue the insertion of commercials in cable headends. There are two ways to provide ad insertion. One is a dedicated digital DTMF differential output for cue tones.

  • Page 79: Chapter 4 Product Support

    Extranet Support provides technical publications for PON (FTTx) users at compass.motorola.com/go/ftth and software downloads and technical publications for BSR users at bsr.motorola.com. For assistance with Motorola Mobility products only, contact the Motorola Mobility Technical Response Center (TRC), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. DSR-6400 Series...

  • Page 80: Calling For Repairs

    Calling for Repairs If repair is necessary, call Motorola Mobility’s authorized repair vendor, World Wide Digital at 1-800-227-0450 or 1-956-541-0600 for shipping address and a Return for Service Authorization (RSA) number before sending the unit for repair. The RSA number must be prominently displayed on all equipment cartons and shipping label.

  • Page 81: Chapter 5 Downlink/l-band Frequency Conversion Tables

    Downlink/L-Band Frequency Conversion Tables A distributor or programmer can provide the latest L-band frequency plans at purchase time. Use the formulas in Table 5-1 and Table 5-2 to perform calculations for both C-band and Ku-band transponders, or for installing a new satellite. Table 5-1: Calculation for C-Band Transponders (Using 3,740 MHz Downlink Frequency) Example calculation if Formula for converting a C-band Frequency to an L-band Frequency...

  • Page 83: Chapter 6 Language Abbreviations

    Language Abbreviations This list of languages is recommended to system operators as the appropriate identifiers for audio, subtitle, and text information. Refer to Language Menu operation. Language Abbreviation Language Abbreviation Arabic Egyptian Armenian English Balinese Esperanto Basque Faroese Batak (Indonesian) Finnish Bengali French...

  • Page 84

    Language Abbreviation Language Abbreviation Italian Polish Panjabi Portuguese Japanese Rajasthani Javanese Romanian Kashmiri Russian Korean Samoan Kurdish Scots Latin Sindhi Malay Spanish Mandar Swahili Marathi Swedish Miscellaneous Tagalog Mongolian Tamil Nepali Thai Norwegian Urdu Otomian Lang. Vietnamese Pahlavi Welsh Persian...

  • Page 85: Chapter 7 Diagnostics

    Diagnostics Introduction The Fast Facts screens are used as a method of viewing information and diagnostic data associated with the unit. Information about these screens is described here for documentation purposes only. Notes: 1. Hexadecimal numbers are displayed with none or more leading zeros (0) to pad to their individual field width.

  • Page 86: Viewing The Fast Fact Diagnostic Screens

    Viewing the Fast Fact Diagnostic Screens The diagnostic screens (Figure 8-1) are available via the On-Screen Display (OSD) video out using a video monitor connected to the OSD Video Out port on the back of the unit. To view the OSD diagnostic screens, press the  buttons on the front of the unit until the Diagnostic menu appears, and press ENTER to access the Diagnostic menu on the unit.

  • Page 87: Fast Facts 1

    Fast Facts 1 The Fast Facts 1 screen displays general information relating to the basic functionality of the unit Fast Facts 1 (PRX) Unit = 225-03177-05987-128 VC # = 0132 NOTE: The value after PR designates the processor that is VCT ID = 0002 Firmware = 000148 00017C currently specified within the...

  • Page 88

    Field Name Definition Signal Quality Displays the signal quality, if the signal is DigiCipher II. Otherwise, it displays the Signal Strength. Both values are nor- malized to be between 0 and 100%. Polarization Displays the polarization for the currently tuned-to transponder, either: Horz Horizontal...

  • Page 89: Fast Facts 2

    Fast Facts 2 The Fast Facts 2 screen displays the DSR-6400 Series’s port configuration Fast Facts 2 Port 1 + G7(14) Vert ....Defined Port 2 - ---(-) --- ....Undefined Port 3 - ---(-) --- ....Undefined Port 4 - ---(-) --- ....

  • Page 90: Fast Facts 3

    Fast Facts 3 The Fast Facts 3 screen displays information relating to video information (PRX) NOTE: The value after PR designates the processor 0x0000 that is currently specified within the menu system. For 0x0000 example, PR2 designates that Processor 2 is specified. To view Fast Facts for another processor, change any PR field within the menu...

  • Page 91

    Field Name Definition Film Mode Displays the indication of Film Mode activation. Either Yes (active) or No (inactive). Aspect Ratio Displays the aspect ratio of the video within the transport stream. Video Mute Count Displays the current video mute count. (VMC) Frame Rate Displays the frame rate code of the stream.

  • Page 92: Fast Facts 4 (audio 1 And 2)

    Fast Facts 4 (Audio 1 and 2) The Fast Facts 4 screen displays information relating to audio information. There are two columns of information displayed. The left column is for the first audio program, and the right column is for the sec- ond audio program (PRX) NOTE: The value after PR desig-...

  • Page 93: Fast Facts 5 (10/100 Network)

    Fast Facts 5 (10/100 Network) The Fast Facts 5 screen displays information relating to the Ethernet port (left RJ-45 port on back of unit) configuration Note: To move between the two Fast Fact 5 screens, use the 4 buttons. Fast Facts 5 (10/100 Ethernet) Network Status = Link Up Address Type = Manually Configured...

  • Page 94: Fast Facts 5 (gigabit Ethernet)

    Fast Facts 5 (Gigabit Ethernet) The Fast Facts 5 (Gigabit Ethernet) screen displays information relating to Gigabit Ethernet port (right RJ-45 port on back of unit) configuration Note: To move between the two Fast Fact 5 screens, use the 4 buttons. Fast Facts 5 (Gigabit Network) Network Status = Link Down...

  • Page 95: Fast Facts 7 (decoder Address)

    The unit displays from one to four 24-bit multicast addresses. Each address is separated with a comma. The DSR-6401 displays only one address, the DSR-6402 displays two addresses, the DSR-6403 displays three addresses, and the DSR-6404 dis- plays four addresses. DSR-6400 Series...

  • Page 96: Fast Facts 8 (inbox)

    Fast Facts 8 (Inbox) The Fast Facts 8 screen displays the unit’s current user-selected message from the list of all arrived mes- sages within the Inbox Note: The unit will maintain up to 300 mail messages between the Fast Facts 8 Inbox mail messages (Fast Facts 8) (INBOX) and the Archived messages (Fast...

  • Page 97: Fast Facts 9 (archive)

    Fast Facts 9 (Archive) The Fast Facts 9 screen displays the unit’s current user-selected message from the list of all messages within the Archive. Messages appear in this list after being moved here from the Inbox screen (Fast Facts 8) Fast Facts 9 Note: The unit will maintain up to 300 (ARCHIVE)

  • Page 99: Chapter 8 Dsr-6400 Series Specifications

    DSR-6400 Series Specifications Input Frequency Range 950 to 2150 MHz Input RF Level -25 to -65 dBm RF Port Impedance 75 Ohms RF Port Return Loss 12 dB minimum Port-to-Port Isolation 40 dB minimum Transmission Standard DVB-S2 Symbol Rates: 3 to 33 Msps 8PSK Code Rates: 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 8/9, 9/10 QPSK Code Rates: 1/2, 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6, 8/9, 9/10 DigiCipher II...

  • Page 100

    DSR-6401 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60Hz, 1.5A maximum, 341 Btu/hr DSR-6402 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60Hz, 2A maximum, 512 Btu/hr DSR-6403 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60Hz, 3A maximum, 853 Btu/hr DSR-6404 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60Hz, 3.5A maximum, 1020 Btu/hr...

  • Page 101

    20.85 lbs. [9.5 kg maximum] Finished goods with packaging and accessory) 17.35 lbs. [7.9 kg maximum] Finished goods without packaging DSR-6403 Weight 21.65 lbs. [9.8 kg maximum] Finished goods with packaging and accessory) 18.15 lbs. [8.2 kg maximum] Finished goods without packaging DSR-6404 Weight 22.36 lbs.

  • Page 103

    Si aucun système de collecte n'est disponible, veuillez appeler le Service clientèle de Motorola qui vous ménagères ou vos rebuts d'entreprise. système de collecte n'est disponible, veuillez appeler le Service clientèle de Motorola qui vous apportera son assistance.

  • Page 106

    PLEASE RECYCLE 6450 Sequence Dr. San Diego, CA 92121 Document No: 583611-001, Rev. B...

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Dsr-6402, Dsr-6401, Dsr-6404

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