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    Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

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    Please Read This Entire Guide Veuillez lire entièrement ce guide Bitte das gesamte Handbuch durchlesen Sírvase leer completamente la presente guía Si prega di leggere completamente questa guida Important: Please read this entire guide before you install or operate this product. Give particular attention to all safety statements.

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    Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

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    Copyright © 2008-2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Printed in United States of America. Information in this publication is subject to change without notice. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form, by photocopy,...

  • Page 5: Safety Precautions

    8. Accessories – Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The product may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the product. 4021470 Rev C Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

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    This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounding-type plug. Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev C...

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    This will prevent damage to the product due to lightning and power-line surges. 4021470 Rev C Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

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    25. Heat – The product should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other products (including amplifiers) that produce heat. Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev C...

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    • Do not walk on or place stress on cables or plugs. Factory service • Refer service only to service personnel who are authorized by the factory. 4021470 Rev C Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

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    • Ne marchez pas sur les câbles ou les prises et n'y exercez aucune pression. Réparations effectuées à l'usine • Ne confiez les travaux de réparations qu'au personnel autorisé par l'usine. viii Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev C...

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    • Hierzu grundsätzlich am Stecker oder Verbindungsstück und niemals am Kabel selber ziehen. • Nicht auf die Kabel oder Stecker treten oder diese einer Zugbelastung aussetzen. Hersteller-Wartung Wartungsarbeiten sind nur durch vom Hersteller autorisierte Techniker vorzunehmen. 4021470 Rev C Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

  • Page 12: Precauciones De Seguridad

    • No camine ni aplique presión sobre los cables o enchufes.. Revisión y reparación de fábrica Solo personal aprobado por la fábrica puede darle servicio al producto. Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev C...

  • Page 13: Precauzioni Di Sicurezza

    • Per scollegare un cavo tirate la spina o il connettore, non tirare mai il cavo stesso. • Non calpestare o sottoporre a sollecitazioni i cavi o le prese. Riparazionoi di fabbrica • Per le riparazioni contattate solamente personale tecnico autoizzato dalla fabbrica. 4021470 Rev C Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

  • Page 14: Important Safety Instructions

    - Take care to maintain the protective grounding of this equipment during service or repair and to re-establish the protective grounding before putting this equipment back into operation. Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev C...

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    This equipment has openings for ventilation to protect it from overheating. To ensure equipment reliability and safe operation, do not block or cover any of the ventilation openings. Install the equipment in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. 4021470 Rev C Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide xiii...

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    • Avoid quick stops and starts when moving the cart. • Check for uneven floor surfaces such as cracks or cables and cords. Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev C...

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    5020 chassis icon ( ), or 5017 ( ), the installer should refer to CENELEC standard EN 50083-1 or IEC standard IEC 60728-11 for correct equipotential bonding connection instructions. 4021470 Rev C Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

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    Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel only. • Moisture - Do not allow moisture to enter this equipment. • Cleaning - Use a damp cloth for cleaning. Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev C...

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    Important Safety Instructions, Continued Safety Checks - After service, assemble this equipment and perform safety checks to ensure it is safe to use before putting it back into operation. Accessories Use only attachments or accessories specified by the manufacturer. 4021470 Rev C xvii...

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  • Page 21: Table Of Contents

    Overview ..........................3-6 Section C - Connecting the Input/Output Signals ..............3-8 Connecting the RF Inputs ....................3-8 Connecting the ASI Input ....................3-8 Connecting the Video Outputs ..................3-8 Connecting the Audio Outputs..................3-9 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

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    Chapter 5 Setup and Monitoring Logging On to the Web Interface..................5-3 Web Interface - Summary Screen..................5-4 Tab Pages..........................5-5 D9854 Web Interface Environment ................5-6 Viewing the Input and Output Status................5-7 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 23: Table Of Contents

    Setting up Backup Restore.....................5-68 Viewing Backup Restore Status ..................5-70 Setting up Ethernet Ports ....................5-71 Viewing Temperatures....................5-73 Setting up SNMP Trap Destinations ................5-74 Viewing Version Information ..................5-76 Viewing License Information ..................5-77 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

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    Section C - Transport Stream Outputs................A-13 ASI Output ........................A-13 MPEGoIP Output (optional)..................A-13 MPE Output ........................A-13 Section D - Control and Management Interfaces..............A-14 Ethernet Management Interface...................A-14 Ethernet Data Interface....................A-14 RS-232 Data Interface.....................A-14 xxii Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 25: Table Of Contents

    Appendix D Equipment and Accessories Accessory Kits for the D9854 Receiver................D-2 Appendix E Compliance Applicable Standards and Notices ................E-1 Appendix F Software End User License Agreement 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide xxiii...

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    Contents, Continued xxiv Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 27: About This Manual

    About This Manual Objective This manual describes how to install, use and maintain the Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver. Note: The manual describes all available options for the D9854 receiver. Your D9854 receiver may only have some of the features described in this manual.

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  • Page 29: Connecting The Receiver

    Chapter 1 Quick Setup - Read Me First! Connecting the Receiver Proceed as follows to connect the Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver to other equipment. Base Model MOPEG SDI Model, with SD/HD-SDI and AES outputs 1. Connect the L-Band signal to RF1. 13V or 18V LNB power is only available on the RF1 port.

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    Double-shielded (braid/foil or braid/braid) cables should be used for all ASI I/O and RF inputs. Single-shield cables are acceptable for all other inputs and outputs. For terminal block (Alarms) I/O, no shielding is required. Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 31: Set Up For Network Connection

    For more information on keypad operation, see Front Panel Controls & Display. 4. Press SELECT each time to save the changes. Press MENU four times to return to the startup screen. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

  • Page 32: Quick Setup Instructions For Rf Acquisition

    12. The receiver will search for the signal and display “Acquisition Successful”. It will find the first available channel on the network. Press MENU twice to return to the start-up menu. Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    TID number for authorization. The TID can be found on the About menu. To locate the TID, press MENU, press twice, and then SELECT. Make a note of the TID number. Press MENU twice to return to the start-up screen. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

  • Page 34: Assigning A Program Channel To A Pe (program Entry)

    0 to 9 keys; press SELECT to save the channel selection. Important: In addition to ASI out availability on both models, your D9854 will be configured for either HD-SDI or MOIP output. Please follow the procedure for your model to configure the outputs.

  • Page 35: Factory Default Settings, Asi Out For Both Models, D9854 Advanced Program Receiver

    Descrambling Mode "# Menu. Press SELECT. Use to select the scrambling mode. Press SELECT. 6. Press APPLY. Press SELECT. 7. Press MENU 5 times to return to the startup menu. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

  • Page 36: Hd-sdi Outputs (sdi Model, With Sd/hd-sdi And Aes Outputs)

    Press to move to M2. Press SELECT and use to enter ASI or SDI output on port 2. Press MENU repeatedly to return to the startup screen. Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 37: Moip Outputs (base Model)

    “No”. Press SELECT to save the value. 11. Press two times. Press to move to PCR Addition. Press to select “No”. 12. Press MENU to exit the menu level and save the changes. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

  • Page 38: Setting The Dpm Mode

    DPM action for the PID associated with the PE. Press SELECT. Press APPLY. 10. Press MENU six times to return to the start-up screen. 1-10 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 39: Transport Stream Outputs, Control And Management Interfaces

    Chapter 2 Introduction Overview Introduction This chapter is a general introduction to the Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver. It describes the most common applications and interfaces of the receiver. In This Chapter This chapter contains the following topics. Topic See Page...

  • Page 40: D9854 Advanced Program Receiver

    D9854 Advanced Program Receiver General Description The Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver is designed for satellite content distribution applications requiring DVB-S and DVB-S2 reception capabilities with advanced digital outputs for digital tier program distribution. A built-in decoder will be capable of decoding a MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 High Definition (HD) program for analog monitoring or high-quality HD-SDI output version will be available for re-encode applications.

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    • AES-3id digital audio output Software Update All software in the D9854 receiver is stored in non-volatile memory that can be electrically programmed. New software releases for the D9854 receiver can be downloaded via the Ethernet 10/100/1000 BaseT Management interface.

  • Page 42: Transport Stream Outputs

    Transport Stream Outputs DVB-ASI Transport Stream Output The D9854 receiver has one DVB-ASI output. This output can be used as an input for a DVB-T transmitter or other types of DVB-ASI reception equipment. MPEGoIP Output The optional MPEGoIP output provides a number of output modes including the capability of carrying a decrypted program for digital tier distribution.

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    MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 High Definition (HD) program for analog monitoring. A high-quality HD-SDI output version is available for re-encoding applications. The diagram below shows an example of the D9854 receiver used in HD-SDI monitoring applications. 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 44: Control And Management Interfaces

    Control and Management Interfaces Ethernet The Management interface for the D9854 receiver is the 10/100/1000 BaseT Ethernet interface. It is used for upgrading the software application. Front Panel Control The front panel keypad and LCD are used to control and monitor the operating parameters of the D9854 receiver.

  • Page 45: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 3 Installation Overview Introduction This chapter describes how to install the D9854 Advanced Program Receiver. Before installing the D9854 Advanced Program Receiver, read all safety precautions and guidelines thoroughly. Qualified Personnel Only appropriately qualified and trained personnel should attempt to install, operate or maintain the D9854 receiver.

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    Topic See Page Setting Admin User Privileges via a Telnet Connection 3-16 Common Interface Modules 3-18 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 47: Section A - Rack Installation, General

    AC power, see Appendix A - Technical Specifications. As Cisco units are designed for continuous operation, some products do not have a power switch. In this case the mains cord and/or DC power supply cable serve(s) as the mains disconnect device.

  • Page 48: Installing The D9854 Receiver

    Cooling The D9854 receiver is cooled by the use of internal fans. The air intake is from the front and the air outlet is on the rear. Note: Adequate cooling must be provided equalling 107 W (maximum) at 25°C per unit to avoid overheating.

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    2. Make sure that the power cable is connected to protective ground. See Grounding, page 3-4 for more information. The D9854 receiver is equipped with one power supply located in the rear of the chassis. Note the location of the power supply in the event of alarms/warnings resulting in replacement of a power supply.

  • Page 50: Section B - Rear Connector Panel, Overview

    Section B - Rear Connector Panel Overview D9854 Receiver Rear Connector Panel The following diagrams show the rear connector panel so the two D9854 receiver models available, Base and SDI with SD/HD-SDI and AES outputs. Base Model SDI Model, with SD/HD-SDI and AES outputs Connectors The following table describes the function and type of the various connectors.

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    Audio 1 and Audio 2 provide two Terminal Blocks Outputs stereo pairs or four mono channels. Ground Screw Grounding point for the receiver. Power AC power IEC 60320 Sheet 14 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

  • Page 52: Section C - Connecting The Input/output Signals, Connecting The Rf Inputs, Connecting The Asi Input

    Connect HD rebroadcast equipment to the connectors labeled M1 and M2, and/ or if required, connect them to a video monitor. There are two connectors to provide active loop-through possibility. Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 53: Connecting The Audio Outputs

    Connecting the Audio Outputs Connectors for the Digital Audio Output The configuration of the D9854 receiver outputs two stereo channels. The D9854 receiver also supports encoding of audio embedded in the HD-SDI video signal. The following drawing shows the audio connector.

  • Page 54: Connecting The Ethernet Management Interface

    1. Connect an RJ-45 cable between the Ethernet connector on the D9854 receiver and the Ethernet port of your PC. You need to set up the IP address on the D9854 receiver (via the front panel display). For information on setting up the IP address via the front panel, see Set up for Network Connection, page 1-3.

  • Page 55: Connecting The Ip Ts Output

    1. Connect a crossed RJ-45 cable between the Ethernet connector on the D9854 receiver and the Ethernet port of the equipment after the D9054 HDTV Encoder. The equipment after the D9854 receiver could be an IP router or a switch. 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 56: Connecting The Asi Output

    To Connect the ASI Output Do as follows to connect to the ASI output: 1. Connect the output signal from the D9854 receiver ASI OUT connector. Use a Belden “Brilliance” cable with foil/braid construction. The shield must provide 99% or better shielding effectiveness.

  • Page 57: Connecting An External Alarm System

    Connecting an External Alarm System Connector for an External Alarm System The D9854 receiver and Alarm relay functionality. See Connecting the Cue Tone/ Cue Trigger Interface, page 3-15 for more information on Cue Tone and Cue Trigger equipment connections. These outputs are user-configurable via the Setup Menu on the front panel.

  • Page 58: Connecting The Rs-232 Data Interface

    1 stop bit, up to 38.4 kb/s (default). These outputs are user-configurable via the Setup Menu on the front panel. The interconnect cable from the D9854 receiver to a PC should be straight through (i.e., no handshaking), shielded and equipped with a DB-9 male connector at one end to mate with the rear panel RS-232 Data interface, and a female DB-9 connector to connect to the PC.

  • Page 59: Connecting The Cue Tone/cue Trigger Interface

    1. Connect the Cue Trigger pins (1 to 8) to up to 8 serial control devices or a device to control ad-insertion. These outputs are user-configurable on the front panel menu. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 3-15...

  • Page 60: Setting Admin User Privileges Via A Telnet Connection

    < username> < new_username> <confirmed_username> Note: The <new username> and <confirmed_username> should be identical and the new username should not match any of the usernames already defined in the authentication table. 3-16 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    The username and password defaults are as follows unless you have been provided customer-specific defaults in addition to the one normally supplied. Default username - admin Default password - localadmin 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 3-17...

  • Page 62: Common Interface Modules

    Common Interface Modules Only CAMs purchased from Cisco are currently supported. The following lists the supported CAMs: Common Interface Modules Part Number Aston Professional CAM, for Descrambling CONAX 4016669 (Maximum 12 Services) Aston Consumer CAM for Descrambling CONAX 4016670 (Maximum 2 Services)

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    Chapter 4 Front Panel Operation Overview Introduction This chapter describes how to set up the D9854 Advanced Program Receiver using the front panel keys and display. This information is primarily applicable for standalone operation. In This Chapter This chapter contains the following topics.

  • Page 64: About The Front Panel

    About the Front Panel Introduction The D9854 receiver is operated using controls and indicators on the front panel. These include the numeric keypad, the Navigation/Selection keypad, the LCD, the Alarm and Signal indicators. These are shown in the following illustration.

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    Once the cursor is over the desired function, pressing the SELECT (center key) key selects the current item. Pressing the SELECT key stores any entered values. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

  • Page 66: Keypad Convention

    RIGHT arrow When moving through menus, highlights the menu item to the right. When entering data, moves the cursor to the right. DOWN arrow Highlights the menu item below. Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    When entering text, the 1 button can be used to insert spaces (press twice). To delete a character, press 0 twice. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

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    Edit, insert and delete Digital Program Mapping (DPM) Modes on Program Entries or on PIDS within Program Entries. APPLY Activates current changes without having to exit the menu. For future use. Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 69: Front Panel Setup

    To lock the front panel, perform the same procedure, except use to change the state. In this case you will not be prompted to confirm the operation. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

  • Page 70: Startup Screen

    PE1 is used by the PowerVu signal only. PE2 to PE16 is used by the Conditional Access Module (CAM) only. 12345 Channel for program monitoring. Channel name Name of the monitored program. Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    Refrain from powering off the unit while the hourglass is displayed. The Info symbol indicates that the INFO key is active. In most cases, this will display contextual information on the LCD screen. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

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    The Download symbol indicates that a software download for a version of software already in memory has been detected. The Session Open symbol indicates that you are changing a group of related items. 4-10 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    4. Press ADV again to select the channel number. Ch # PE1 1 Channel Name Freq:12.658 Lvl:-50 Marg:11.6 5. Directly enter the channel number using the 0 to 9 keys. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-11...

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    Provides the flexibility to define all the outgoing PID numbers for the PE, including those not currently on transmission. See Setting Up Digital Program Mapping (DPM), page 4-81 for more information. 4-12 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 75: Main Menu

    Main Menu Operation of the D9854 receiver begins at the Main menu. From the startup screen, press the MENU key to view the Main menu. Main Menu Main Menu Status Setup About Versions Diagnostics Menu Selection Select the desired function by moving the cursor left or right by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT arrow key.

  • Page 76: Status Menu, Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation And Operation Guide

    16:9 F/W Polar LO Select Audio Status AUD Format BR(kbps) Buffer SFR(Hz) HE-ACC 384 7250 48000 Program PIDs PE Stream Detail Present PE1 <SUBT1 MPG2 VID 8191 Yes 4-14 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 77: Status Menu: General

    Indicates the type of CA used for the received signal, e.g., SA or BISS. Auth Description: Indicates whether the receiver is authorized to receive the signal. Parameters: Yes, No. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-15...

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    Parameters: Abort, Continue. Select Abort to cancel the operation or Continue to clear all the warnings and alarms. 4-16 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 79: Status Menu: Services

    Indicates the audio channel within the stream when the signal contains more than two audio pairs. Parameters: AUD1 for audio channel Aud1. AUD2 for audio channel Aud2. AUD1 to AUD4 for two stereo audio channels. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-17...

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    No Lock Indicates the receiver is not locked to a carrier. Rate (Mbps) Description: Indicates the bit rate of the received input signal. Parameters: in Mbps. 4-18 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 81: Status Menu: Ts Input

    Indicates whether a Pilot is present for the received signal. The Pilot is set on the modulator for input signal synchronization purposes. Parameters: Yes or No. C/N (dB) Description: Indicates the current Carrier-to-Noise ratio. Parameters: in dB. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-19...

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    Parameters: Sync - No Sync, Normal or N/A. Packet Size Description: Indicates the packet Size (in bytes) for the selected input. Parameters: 188 bytes or 204 bytes. 4-20 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    PROGRAM PIDS Description: Indicates the Program Entry number. Parameters: PE1 to PE16. Stream Description: Indicates the name assigned to the Program Entry. Parameters: Up to 4 alphanumeric characters. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-21...

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    Rate (Mbps) Description: Indicates the current output bit rate. Parameters: 0 to 213 Mbps. Free (Mbps) Description: Indicates the available bit bandwidth (no stuffing). Parameters: in Mbps. 4-22 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    Cue Trigger - Indicates that only receivers authorized by the Cue Trigger mask will tune to the scheduled program/event. Cue triggers can only be initiated /controlled on PE1 (i.e., PowerVu). 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-23...

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    Displays the end time of the service replacement event when one is scheduled; otherwise, the default end time is displayed. The default end time is 2007/09/01 00:00:00. 4-24 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 87: Setup Menu

    • Alarms/Warnings - enables alarms/warnings traps and relays • Noise Cutoff - muting thresholds The Setup menu has the following structure: Main:Setup Main:Setup Admin TS Input IP Services CI Outputs CA Alarm/Warning NoiseCutoff 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-25...

  • Page 88: Setup Menu: Admin

    FPGA Once 1.01.01 DL Status Type Bank Running UnforcedPMT Application CDT# Recv Reject Command 8417 8417 Restart Date Format Time Format GMT Off MM_DD_YYYY 24Hr SuspendZero +12:00 4-26 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    Parameters: Select Continue to reboot the receiver or Abort to cancel the operation. KB Lock Description Sets the front panel keypad lock state. Parameters: Enabled or Disabled. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-27...

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    Service interruption will occur! Limit Version Description: Indicates the current FPGA version number. Parameters: Read-only alphanumeric value. 4-28 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    Restart restarts a previously aborted download. Note that the download does not resume from where it was aborted, but restarts from the beginning. None means no action is to be performed. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-29...

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    If the current broadcast time is not your local time, you must change this time setting in the range from -12.0 to +12.0 hours in 0.5 hour increments. 4-30 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 93: Setup Menu: Ts Input

    Orbital Position Validation Date 2008/04/01 12:43:56 Freq(GHz) SymRate FEC L-Band RFLock 15.000000 28.3465 Auto 1640.0 No Loc Modulation Rolloff DVB-S2 InputIQ NetID NonInv 00016 LNB Power 22kHz H-NIT Auto 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-31...

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    This sets the parameters the receiver uses for signal switching. Parameters: SW Map or UserCfg. SW Map uses the orbital positioning settings to find and lock onto a signal, while it can be ignored for UserCfg. 4-32 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    The receiver will not recognize the satellite name and identify it as Unknown. This setting is required to resolve any ambiguity between RF inputs during automatic disaster recovery. Parameters: Degrees. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-33...

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    This is the Forward Error Correction inner code rate. The FEC must match the FEC of the transmitted signal. Parameters: 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8 for DVB-S or Auto for DVB-S2. 4-34 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    Off, 13V, 18V, V-NIT or H-NIT. When LNB Power is set to V-NIT or H- NIT, the signal polarization is automatically read from the NIT. Note: Power will not be applied to the LNB when Power is set to Off. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-35...

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    Frequency Tuning Preset Preset Frequency Tuning Description: Sets whether the receiver is to be tuned to the received signal using the NITor a Preset. Parameters: NIT or Preset. 4-36 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    Description: Re-acquires the signal using the tuning parameters from user settings. Parameters: Abort or Continue. Select Abort to cancel the operation or choose Continue to complete the operation. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-37...

  • Page 100: Setup Menu: Ip

    Parameters: 1 or 2. The default is 1. Description Description: Sets the description or name for the Ethernet port. Parameters: Up to 20 alphanumeric characters in length. 4-38 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    Note: The Port ID must be set to 2. Note: The receiver supports up to a maximum of 10 Mbps throughput when forwarding 1500 byte packets. Parameters: Forward None or Forward All. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-39...

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    TRAP DESTINATIONS Trap IP Address Description: This sets the destination for SNMP trap messages for events (i.e., fault messages). Parameters: Up to 12 digits in length, e.g., 155.128.100.200. 4-40 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    Trap Community String Description: This sets the Community string for the Trap IP Address above. Parameters: Public or custom string. Up to 35 characters. The default is public. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-41...

  • Page 104: Setup Menu: Services

    V I T S P A L L i n e 3 3 0 V I T S P A L L i n e 3 3 1 D i s a b l e E n a b l e 4-42 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    Note: This same function also exists under Setup: Alarm/Warning. Parameters: Enable or Disable. The default is Disable. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-43...

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    Image None None Normal Picture Auto None No conversion 16:9 L/B None Conversion is not possible. Normal picture. 4:3 CCO None Conversion is not possible. Normal picture. 4-44 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    16:9 16:9 SCALE 16:9 Vertically up-samples the SCALE centre of the 4:3 picture and crops the top and bottom of the screen. 16:9 16:9 None None Normal 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-45...

  • Page 108

    16:9 16:9 SCALE 16:9 Vertically up-samples the SCALE centre of the 4:3 picture and crops the top and bottom of the screen. 16:9 16:9 None None Normal 4-46 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 109

    16:9 14:9 14:9 Compromises some up- sampling. Some black bars and some cropping are visible. 16:9 16:9 SCALE None Conversion is not possible. Picture appears tall and thin. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-47...

  • Page 110

    Possible displayed status messages are: 4:3 f/f (full format), 14:9 L/ B (letter box) Centre, 14:9 L/B Top, 16:9 L/B Centre, 16:9 L/B Top, 16:9 L/B Centre, 14:9 F/F Centre, 16:9 f/f, Undefined value. 4-48 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 111

    -6.0 dB to +6.0 dB. Any value can be entered with the numeric keypad (in the appropriate range), but the UP and DOWN arrows will make increments/decrements at 0.5 dB steps. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-49...

  • Page 112

    Auto, SA Custom, EIA 708, DVS 053, Type 3, DVS 053 Type 4 SA, DVS 053 Type 4 ATSC, Reserved or DVS 157. The default is Auto. Note: SA Custom is not supported when telecine video coding is enabled. 4-50 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 113

    VITS PAL Line 17, 18, 330, 331 Description: Select whether to enable or disable Vertical Interval Test Signal on PAL Lines 17, 18, 330, or 331. Parameters: Enable or Disable 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-51...

  • Page 114

    Slot: This is the HANC? position - 1 to 4. Audio: This is the audio source - 1, 2. Ch: This is the source audio channel - 1, 2. 4-52 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 115

    Displays only Imitext subtitles. For example, if Imitext is selected, but both DVB and Imitext titles are being transmitted on the same channel, only Imitext subtitles will be displayed. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-53...

  • Page 116

    Description: Select the language from the Language List by toggling through the available selections. If Language List is selected, PMT Order and Entry fields are not used. 4-54 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 117

    Opaque Applies a black box to each text character. Semi Applies a semi-transparent box to subtitle text. None No shadow or outline is applied to subtitle text. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-55...

  • Page 118

    This selects the service to be decoded by the receiver. Parameters: Video or Audio1 to Audio4. Enabled Description: Enables or disables the selected decoder. Parameters: Yes or No. 4-56 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 119: Setup Menu: Common Interface (ci)

    Note: You must be authorized to view the programming available via the Smart Card from your service provider. Note: CAMs must be purchased from Cisco. For a list of the supported CAMs, see Common Interface Modules, page 3-18. For instructions on how to select and store settings, see About the Front Panel, page 4-2.

  • Page 120

    (top or bottom). If you are configuring PE2 to PE16, you can select to decrypt the CAM located in the top or bottom slot. 4-58 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 121

    Mode to Stream to manually customize the stream parameters. Parameters: PID or Stream. Description: Select the program PID number. It is only used if the Mode was set to PID. Parameters: 0 to 8192. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-59...

  • Page 122

    ID specified (TS_ID and ON_ID), the program will not be decrypted. Parameters: Enable or Disable (default). TS_ID Description: Specify the Transport ID. Parameters: 0 to 65535 4-60 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 123

    Displays the software version number of the CAM. Company Name Description: Displays the company name of the CAM. Product Name Description: Displays the product name of the CAM. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-61...

  • Page 124: Setup Menu: Outputs

    12345 SDI Only TS/IP Min IP/s PCR@IP Start 1000000 MGMT Port Mode DATA Port Mode Always Output Always Output SAP Multicast Address PCR Addition 192.131.244.123 MOIP Only 4-62 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 125

    Any edits you make to State, Tones, Mode and Delay will be applied to that Seq#. State Description: This sets the state. Parameters: Enabled, Disabled. When disabled, no cue tone is output. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-63...

  • Page 126

    PNC) Inactive Open Close Cue Trigger Bit Description: Select one of the eight Cue Trigger Bits corresponding to the Cue Trigger port pins. Parameters: 1 to 8. 4-64 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 127

    This option allows the operator to set the output format for the M1 port. Parameters: ASI, SDI. M2 Port Type Description: This option allows the operator to set the output format for the M2 port. Parameters: ASI, SDI. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-65...

  • Page 128

    FEC value. User The output rate is specified as the Output Rate parameter. It is determined by the user setting regardless of the input source. 4-66 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 129

    DPM and PID mapping settings. Full DPM Control The output will be generated according to the DPM settings on the DPM: ASI or MOIP1 menus. This is a manual control setting. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-67...

  • Page 130

    This parameter selects whether to insert null packets in the output stream. Parameters: Yes, No. MOIP1 Name Description: This is the name assigned to the transport output for ease of reference. Parameters: 20-character string. 4-68 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 131

    This allows you to set the output bit rate to a value expected by equipment connected to the ASI output. Parameters: 0 to 999.99999 Mbps. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-69...

  • Page 132

    Description Mode Scrambled Scrambles the output channel even if the PE is authorized and can descramble the channel. Descrambled Descrambles the output channel, and passes in-the-clear channels. 4-70 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 133

    Note: If you selected RTP for MOIP, you must select an even destination port number. SrcPort Description: This selects the source UDP port number. Parameters: 0 to 65535. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-71...

  • Page 134

    0 to 255 for each of the four fields in the format ###.###.###.###. PCR Addition Description: This selects whether to add a PCR to the output stream. Parameters: Yes or No. 4-72 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 135

    R e s y n c : A l l T e m p l a t e P I D s S v c s P E 1 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-73...

  • Page 136

    This selects the DPM output channel you want to map to the input channel (InCh). This value is only used if the PE Action is set to MAP. Parameters: 0 to 65535. 4-74 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 137

    UNKN, CDT, LSDT, DATA, TTX, MPE, DPI, VBI, SUBT, AUD, VID, PCR or INVL. Description: This selects the output stream instance. Parameters: 1 to 64. Description: This selects the output program PID. Parameters: 1 to 8192. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-75...

  • Page 138

    Pkt Copy An input PID can be mapped to multiple output PIDs. The PID will be duplicated as many times as needed (up to a certain hardware limitation). 4-76 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 139

    The operator can enter the Tables menu to select the output mode for each table. The default table selections will be all pass, and only with CDT dropped. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-77...

  • Page 140

    All Ch is only valid if the PAT, NIT, SDT and PMT are set to Regenerate. 4-78 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 141

    Running Status Table Pass Pass, Drop Time Offset Table Pass Pass, Drop Discontinuity Information Table Pass Pass, Drop Selection Information Table Pass Pass, Drop Encrypted Control Message Pass 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-79...

  • Page 142

    Setting Mode Options Description Default Pass, Drop Entitlement Management Pass Message Pass, Drop Disaster Recovery Table Pass Pass, Drop Code Download Table Pass 4-80 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 143

    7. Go to Setup: Outputs, TS Out: ASI, and set the Output Mode to Full DPM Control. Also, if necessary set the Descramble Mode according to whether the program is to be Scrambled or Descrambled for downstream viewing/ monitoring. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-81...

  • Page 144

    9. Set the table parameters as follows: Parameter Description Regen Regen Regen TSDT Drop Regen or Drop NITO Drop Regen SDTO Drop Drop Drop Pass Pass Pass Pass 4-82 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 145

    Each PE output can be synchronized to its input according to one of four output modes. Parameters: Services only (Svcs), PIDS only (PIDs), using a Template or All (Services and PIDS). 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-83...

  • Page 146

    Using a template allows you to preset the input to output mapping of a PE according to the preset template. This is helpful in preconfiguring any number of PEs for future use. 4-84 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 147: Setup Menu: Ca

    This is the ISE number. Parameters: User Address Description: Indicates the ISE User Address. Parameters: 14 hexadecimal characters. ISE Version Description: Indicates the ISE version number. Parameters: 7 characters. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-85...

  • Page 148

    You can enter the fixed 12-character Session Word (SW). Once entered it cannot be viewed, only displayed as asterisks (*). Contact your program provider for the respective session word and/or injected ID. 4-86 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 149

    14-character Injected ID. Once entered, neither of these values can be viewed, only displayed as asterisks. Contact your program provider for the respective session word and/or injected ID. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-87...

  • Page 150: Setup Menu: Alarm/warning

    Note: This function also exists under Setup: Services: Video. Parameters: Enable or Disable. The default is Disable. 4-88 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 151

    “No” indicates the trap or relay is enabled, but Enable is set to No, which will prevent relay or trap operation. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-89...

  • Page 152: Setup Menu: Noise Cutoffs

    Restore setting for a preset period of time. The adjustable operating range is from -2.0 to 20.0 dB. The default setting for Transport Cutoff is 0.0. 4-90 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 153

    Restore setting for a preset period of time. The adjustable operating range is from -2.0 to 20.0 dB. The default setting for Audio Restore is 0.1. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-91...

  • Page 154

    This allows you to mute the transport stream and audio in the event of an unstable signal, poor signal or no signal condition. Parameters: Enable, Disable. The default is Enable. 4-92 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 155: About Menu

    Web Interface title to identify the receiver. Tracking ID Description: This is the unique Tracking ID number that identifies the product version. Model Description: Indicates the model number of the receiver. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-93...

  • Page 156

    Parameters: Yes or No. Note: All software licenses are enabled for this release (temporarily). Any of these required licenses will need to be purchased from Cisco in subsequent software releases. 4-94 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

  • Page 157: Versions Menu

    B01.01.01DD123 B01.01.01DD123 FPPIC 1.04 FPGA Safe E01.01.01DD123 FPGA Current Ver Register E01.01.01 B01.01.01/CR273 CPLD Primary CPLD Secondary E01.01.01DD123 E01.01.01DD123 Application Select Erase B00.00.19DD123 FPGA Version Select Erase B01.01.01DD123 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-95...

  • Page 158

    Select this option to erase the selected Application version. You will be prompted to Abort to Continue. Select Abort to discontinue the operation or choose Continue to complete the operation. 4-96 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 159

    Select this option to erase the selected FPGA version. You will be prompted to Abort to Continue. Select Abort to discontinue the operation or choose Continue to complete the operation. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-97...

  • Page 160: Diagnostics Menu

    S D T O t h e r 6 4 6 5 5 3 5 0x F F 8 1 9 2 P a r t i a l 0 x F F 4-98 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 161

    Pol - Polarity of the received signal (H, V, or Off) ONID - Original Network ID SymRate - Symbol Rate (Msym/s) Modulation - Modulator constellation setting OrbPos - Orbital Position (in degrees) 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-99...

  • Page 162

    Displays the total numbers of hours (Total Hrs) that the receiver has been operating, and the number of hours since the last power-off (Hrs Since Last Pwoff). 4-100 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 163

    Displays the current temperature operating temperature (Cur Temp), the maximum operating temperature (Max Temp) that has been reached, and the average operating temperature (Avg Temp). Parameters: Degrees Celsius. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4-101...

  • Page 164

    4-102 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 165

    Configuring the Transport Stream: DPM Global 5-36 Configuring the Transport Stream: DPM ASI/MPEG Details 5-39 Configuring the Transport Stream: DPM Table Opt 5-40 Setting up the TS Output: MPEGoIP 5-45 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

  • Page 166

    Viewing the Program Entry Stream Information 5-78 Viewing PSI Frequency Information 5-79 Viewing the PSI Channels 5-80 Viewing the PSI Tables 5-81 Viewing Alarm/Warning History 5-82 Viewing Log Messages 5-83 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 167: Logging On To The Web Interface

    To Log on to the Web Interface Proceed as follows to log on to the Web Interface: 1. Open MS Internet Explorer. 2. Type the IP address of the D9854 Advanced Program Receiver in the Address bar and press Enter. 3. Type the Username and Password.

  • Page 168: Web Interface - Summary Screen

    Web Interface - Summary Screen To get an Overview of the Main D9854 Settings Proceed as follows to get an overview of the main D9854 Advanced Program Receiver settings: 1. Log on to the Web Interface. 2. Click the Summary tab.

  • Page 169: Tab Pages

    The GUI of the D9854 has a number of tab pages. The function for the tab pages is as follows: • Summary From this page you can obtain an overview of the D9854 operation. • Status From this page you can view detailed input status, video status and CA system status.

  • Page 170: D9854 Web Interface Environment

    Help button Help Description Buttons The Help Window The GUI of the D9854 has the following help button, accompanied by a help window: A brief description of the field is displayed when you click the Help button. The Window Buttons...

  • Page 171: Viewing The Input And Output Status

    To View the Input and Output Status Proceed as follows to view the status pages: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Status tab, and then click the Status icon from the sub-page. The following table describes the input, video, and CA statuses:...

  • Page 172

    Indicates whether the receiver is authorized to receive the signal (Yes or No). Indicates whether the received signal is encrypted (Yes or No). Indicates whether the received signal is scrambled (Yes or No). Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 173: Viewing The Alarm And Warning Messages

    To View the Alarms and Warnings Proceed as follows to view the Alarms and Warning page: From the user interface of the D9854, click the Status tab, and then the Alarms & Warnings icon from the sub-page. The Alarm and Warning Status page displays all the active event messages for the D9854 system.

  • Page 174: Viewing The Ca Status

    To View the CA Status Proceed as follows to view the CA Status page: From the user interface of the D9854, click the Status tab, and then the CA Status icon from the sub-page. The following describes the columns in the CA Status table:...

  • Page 175

    Count. These counts indicate the amount of transmitted ADP information which is being accurately received and processed. Ideally, the ADP Non-Enc Pass and ADP Non-Enc Total numbers should be identical. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 5-11...

  • Page 176: Viewing The Ci Status

    To View the Common Interface (CI) Status Proceed as follows to view the CI Status page: From the user interface of the D9854, click the Status tab, and then the CI Status icon from the sub-page. The following table describes the CI Status:...

  • Page 177: Viewing The Input Status

    To View the Input Status Proceed as follows to view the Input Status page: From the user interface of the D9854, click the Status tab, then click the Input Status icon from the sub-page. The RF Input Status page displays the active input port receiving the signal. The...

  • Page 178

    Uncorrected Errors Current Uncorrected Error Count for the received signal. LNB Status Current LNB connection status (No Load, Overloaded, OverTemp, Short Circuit, Disabled, Normal or N/A). 5-14 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 179

    Indicates the receiver is locked to a carrier with no valid content. Lock+Sig Indicates the receiver is locked to a carrier with valid content. No Lock Indicates the receiver is not locked to a carrier. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 5-15...

  • Page 180: Viewing The Output Status

    To View the Output Status Proceed as follows to view the Output Status page: From the user interface of the D9854, click the Status tab, and then click the Output Status icon from the sub-page. The Output Status page displays the following ASI and MPEGoIP Output Status...

  • Page 181

    DPM and PID mapping settings. Full DPM Control The output will be generated according to the DPM settings on the DPM: ASI or MOIP1 menus. This is a manual control setting. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 5-17...

  • Page 182: Viewing The Services Status

    To View the Services Status Proceed as follows to view the Services page: From the user interface of the D9854, click the Status tab, and then click Services icon from the sub-page. The following table describes the channel information displayed:...

  • Page 183

    WBD, SA SUBT, ECM, EMM, PCR, or UNKNOWN. The program PID number, in the range from 1 to 8192. Present Indicates whether the PID is present in the incoming stream (Yes or No). 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 5-19...

  • Page 184: Viewing The Audio Status

    To View the Audio Status Proceed as follows to view the Audio Status page: From the user interface of the D9854, click the Status tab, expand Services, and then click Audio icon from the sub-page. The following table describes the Audio Status information displayed:...

  • Page 185: Viewing The Video Status

    To View the Video Status Proceed as follows to view the Video Status page: From the user interface of the D9854, click the Status tab, expand Services, and then click Video icon from the sub-page. The following table describes the Video Status information displayed:...

  • Page 186

    This is the type of aspect ratio conversion that the receiver will perform based on your selection (None, 4:3 L/B, 4:3 P/B, 14:9, 14:9, 4:3 F/H or 16:9 F/W). 5-22 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 187: Setting Up The Ts Input

    To Set up the Transport Stream (TS) Input Proceed as follows to set up the TS Input: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab and then click the Setup icon from the sub-page. 2. Select a TS input to activate (ASI, RF1, RF2, RF3, or RF4).

  • Page 188

    The receiver will not recognize the satellite name and identify it as Unknown. This setting is required to resolve any ambiguity between RF inputs during automatic disaster recovery. 5-24 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 189

    The receiver will check to see if all frequencies in the Network Information Table (NIT) can be tuned to. The Date is displayed as the last date that the Validate operation was performed. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 5-25...

  • Page 190: Setting Up Custom Tuning Parameters

    To Set up the Custom Tuning parameters Proceed as follows to set up the Custom Tuning parameters: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab and then click the Custom icon from the sub-page. 2. Set the Frequency Tuning mode, which determines whether the receiver is to be tuned to the received signal using the NIT or User Cfg (user configurations).

  • Page 191: Setting Up The Program Entry Configurations

    To Set up the Program Entry (PE) Configurations Proceed as follows to set up the Program Entry configurations: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab and then click the Channel Select icon from the sub-page.

  • Page 192: Setting Up The Biss Mode

    To Set up the BISS Mode Proceed as follows to set up the BISS mode: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab and then click the BISS icon from the sub-page. 2. Set the Basic Interoperable Scrambling System (BISS) Mode for the receiver (Mode 1 or Mode E).

  • Page 193: Configuring The Common Interface (ci) Information

    To Configure the Common Interface (CI) Proceed as follows to configure CI: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab and then click the Common Interface icon from the sub-page. 2. For PE1 (DPE), ensure that the CI Slot to Auto and the Decryption mode to On (default) for the software to automatically assign the top or bottom slot that matches the stream.

  • Page 194

    Original Network ID. If the incoming stream does not match the specified IDs here, the CAM will not decrypt. You can enter a value in a range from 0 to 65535. 11. Click Save. 5-30 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 195: Setting Up The Common Interface: Ci Components

    To Set up the CI Components for the Common Interface Proceed as follows to set up the CI components: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab, expand Common Interface, and then click the CI Components icon from the sub-page.

  • Page 196

    Stream Type and a range from 1 to 64 for the Stream Instance. Click Save. 9. To delete a record, identify the record you want to remove and click Delete. 5-32 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 197: Configuring The Transport Stream: Ts Output

    To Set up the Transport Stream (TS) Output Proceed as follows to set up the TS Output: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab and then click the TSOutput icon from the sub-page and select TS Output radio button.

  • Page 198

    Mode Scrambled Scrambles the output channel even if the PE is authorized and can descramble the channel. Descrambled Descrambles the output channel, and passes in- the-clear channels. 5-34 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 199

    Configuring the Transport Stream: TS Output, Continued 7. Select Yes to insert null packets in the output stream under Null Packet Insertion. Otherwise, select No. 8. Click Save. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 5-35...

  • Page 200: Configuring The Transport Stream: Dpm Global

    DPM, see Typical set up for Digital Program Mapping (DPM), page 5-42. 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab and then click the TSOutput icon from the sub-page and select DPM Global radio button.

  • Page 201

    You can select Drop All (default) or Pass All. Output Unref Pass, Drop MOIP1 Pass, Drop 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 5-37...

  • Page 202

    The operator can enter the Tables menu to select the output mode for each table. The default table selections will be all pass, and only with CDT dropped. 11. Click Save. 5-38 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 203: Configuring The Transport Stream: Dpm Asi/mpeg Details

    DPM, see Typical set up for Digital Program Mapping (DPM), page 5-42. 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab and then click the TSOutput icon from the sub-page and select DPM ASI Details or DPM MPEG Details radio button.

  • Page 204: Configuring The Transport Stream: Dpm Table Opt

    DPM, see Typical set up for Digital Program Mapping (DPM), page 5-42. 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab and then click the TSOutput icon from the sub-page and select DPM Table Opt radio button.

  • Page 205

    Pass Pass, Drop Encrypted Control Message Pass Pass, Drop Entitlement Management Pass Message Pass, Drop Disaster Recovery Table Pass Pass, Drop Code Download Table Pass 3. Click Save. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 5-41...

  • Page 206

    1. Verify that you are receiving a valid signal and that you have set up the channels that you want to pass, drop or map. 2. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab and then click the TSOutput icon from the sub-page and select DPM Global radio button.

  • Page 207

    14. Select the DPM Table Opt radio button and set the following parameters: Parameter Description Regen Regen Regen TSDT Drop Regen or Drop NITO Drop Regen SDTO Drop Drop Drop Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Drop Drop Drop 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 5-43...

  • Page 208

    Parameter Description Drop 15. Click Save. 5-44 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 209: Setting Up The Ts Output: Mpegoip

    To Set up MPEGoIP for TS Output Proceed as follows to set up MPEGoIP for TS Output: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab, expand TSOutput and then click the MPEGoIP icon from the sub-page.

  • Page 210

    Only outputs data when requested via IGMP. Always Output Always outputs data on the port. Note: You cannot select Always Output for both ports simultaneously. 14. Click Save. 5-46 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 211: Setting Up Cueing Parameters

    To Set Up Cueing Parameters Proceed as follows to set up the cueing parameters: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab and then click the Cueing icon from the sub-page. 2. Set whether the Cueing Mode is Cue Trigger or Cue Tone.

  • Page 212

    Close Open PNC) Inactive Open Close 8. Select one of the Cue Trigger Bits corresponding to the Cue Trigger port pins (1 to 8). 9. Click Save. 5-48 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 213: Setting Up Cueing: Cue Tones

    To Set Up Cue Tones Proceed as follows to set up cue tones: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab, expand Cueing, and then click the Cueing Tone icon from the sub-page. 2. The Sequence Number lists the tone sequences. The receiver supports up to 16 tone sequences.

  • Page 214: Setting Up Services

    To Set Up Services Proceed as follows to set up the service to be decoded by the receiver. 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab and then click the Services icon from the sub-page. 2. The Service column displays all the services that can be enabled to decode.

  • Page 215: Setting Up Services: Audio

    To Set Up the Audio Service Proceed as follows to set up the audio service: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab, expand Services, and then click the Audio icon from the sub-page. 2. There are two audio settings. It allows you to configure the two balanced audio outputs on the rear panel (Audio 1 and Audio 2), known in the Web Interface as 1 and 2, respectively.

  • Page 216

    Setting up Services: Audio, Continued The following options only appear if the D9854 contains SDI: 8. Set the Digital Output Preference for the SDI output or AES-3id output. The following describes the options: Mode Description PCM Samples If the audio source is MPEG Layer II format, the output will be routed to the SDI output as PCM.

  • Page 217: Setting Up Services: Caption

    To Set Up the Caption Parameters for Services Proceed as follows to set up the caption parameters: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab, expand Services, and then click the Caption icon from the sub-page.

  • Page 218: Setting Up Services: Subtitles

    To Set Up Subtitles for Services Proceed as follows to set up the subtitles: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab, expand Services, and then click the Subtitles icon from the sub-page. 2. Select the Subtitle mode to use to display the program subtitles. The following...

  • Page 219

    8. The Subtitle foreground colour sets the colour of Imitext subtitles only. Auto displays text in the colour transmitted by the subtitling equipment. Yellow and White overrides the colour set by the uplink and display text in the selected colour. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 5-55...

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    Applies a black box to each text character. Semi Applies a semi-transparent box to subtitle text. None No shadow or outline is applied to subtitle text. 10. Click Save. 5-56 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 221: Setting Up The Video Service

    To Set up the Video Service Proceed as follows to set up the video service: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab, expand Services and then click the Video icon from the sub-page. 2. The Status column displays the current settings and the Selection column allows you to change the video settings as follows: 3.

  • Page 222

    23. 8. The Incoming Stream section indicates the encoding, bit rate, FPS and aspect ratio of the incoming signal. The fields are read-only. 9. Click Save. 5-58 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 223: Setting Up Alarms

    To Set Up Alarms Proceed as follows to set up the alarms: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab and then click the Alarms icon from the sub-page. 2. The Alarm Settings page displays a list of the alarm/fault messages. For more information on alarm messages, refer to Messages, page 6-3.

  • Page 224: Setting Up Warnings

    To Set Up Warnings Proceed as follows to set up the warning parameters: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab and then click the Warnings icon from the sub-page. 2. The Warning Settings page displays a list of the warning messages.

  • Page 225: Setting Up Muting Threshold Controls

    To Set Up the Muting Threshold Controls Proceed as follows to set up the muting threshold controls: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab and then click the Muting Thresholds icon from the sub-page. 2. The Control option allows you to mute the transport stream and audio in the event of an unstable signal, poor signal or no signal condition (Enable or Disable).

  • Page 226

    (e.g., restored) when the C/N margin rises above the Restore setting for a preset period of time. The adjustable operating range is from -2.0 to 20.0 dB. The default setting for Audio Cutoff is 0.0. 5-62 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 227

    C/N Margin Audio Restore Audio Restored 5. Click Save to save and apply the settings. Click Restore Defaults to restore the RF options to their factory set (default) values. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 5-63...

  • Page 228: Configuring User Settings

    To Configure your user settings Proceed as follows to configure your user settings: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the Setup tab, and then the User Settings icon from the sub-page. 2. Set the Date Format of the receiver. The following formats are supported: YYYY_MM_DD, DD_MM_YYYY, MM_DD_YYYY.

  • Page 229

    12. Enter the Lock level Password to successfully set the current lock level. The default password for all lock levels is 1234. 13. Click Save to save the lock level settings. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 5-65...

  • Page 230: Viewing The System Status

    To View the System Status Proceed as follows to view the System status page: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the System tab, and then the System icon from the sub-page. The System page displays the parameters associated with the D9854 system, such as serial number, model number, number of resets and reset reason.

  • Page 231: Viewing The Alarm/warning Status

    To View the Alarm and Warning Status Information Proceed as follows to view the Alarm/Warning Status page: From the user interface of the D9854, click the System tab and then the Alarm/ Warning Status icon from the sub-page. The Alarm and Warning Status page displays all the active event messages for the D9854 system.

  • Page 232: Setting Up Backup Restore

    To Set Up your Backup Restore Proceed as follows to configure the backup and restore control: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the System tab and then Backup Restore Setup icon from the sub-page. Note: You must have access to an FTP Server (e.g. WinFTP) on a network or a local PC before you can setup backup/restore controls.

  • Page 233

    7. Click Backup to save the settings to a backup file. Click Restore to retrieve the last backed up file. While backup or restore is in progress, the operation status, file transfer percentage, and detailed status windows appear. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 5-69...

  • Page 234: Viewing Backup Restore Status

    To View Backup Restore Status Information Proceed as follows to view the Backup Restore Status page: From the user interface of the D9854, click the System tab and then the Backup Restore Status icon from the sub-page. The following table shows the backup status table information:...

  • Page 235: Setting Up Ethernet Ports

    Setting up the Ethernet Ports Proceed as follows to configure the Ethernet ports: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the System tab, and then Ethernet icon from the sub-page. 2. The Ethernet Setup page allows you to set the parameters for communicating with other equipment via the Ethernet Data and Management ports for MPEGoIP and MPE applications and upgrading application software.

  • Page 236

    255.255.0.0 255.255.255.0 7. The MAC Address displays the MAC address of the receiver. It is set at the factory and is a read-only value. 8. Click Save. 5-72 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 237: Viewing Temperatures

    To View the operating Temperatures Proceed as follows to view the Health Monitor page: From the user interface of the D9854, click the System tab, and then the Health Monitor icon from the sub-page. The Health Monitor page displays the current operating temperature (Current), the maximum operating temperature (Maximum) that has been reached, and the average operating temperature (Average).

  • Page 238: Setting Up Snmp Trap Destinations

    Setting up SNMP Trap Destinations To Add a Trap Destination Proceed as follows to add a Trap Destination: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the System tab, and then the Trap Destinations icon from the sub-page. 2. Click Add Trap Destination.

  • Page 239

    To Delete a Trap Destination Proceed as follows to delete a Trap Destination: 1. From the user interface of the D9854, click the System tab, and then the Trap Destinations icon from the sub-page. 2. From the Select Trap Destination to update drop-down, select the trap destination entry you want to delete.

  • Page 240: Viewing Version Information

    To View the Version Information Proceed as follows to view the Version information: From the user interface of the D9854, click the System tab, and then Versions icon from the sub-page. The Version page displays the factory loaded application version number, currently...

  • Page 241: Viewing License Information

    To View the License Information Proceed as follows to view the Base License information: From the user interface of the D9854, click the System tab, and then Base License icon from the sub-page. The Base License page displays a list of software licenses for the D9854 Advanced Program Receiver and whether each of the software licenses are enabled or disabled.

  • Page 242: Viewing The Program Entry Stream Information

    To View the PE Stream Information Proceed as follows to view the PE stream information: From the user interface of the D9854, click Diagnostics tab. The Stream Receive Information page displays the channel number, status and type of the program entries (PE).

  • Page 243: Viewing Psi Frequency Information

    To View the PSI Frequency Information Proceed as follows to view the PSI Frequency table: From the user interface of the D9854, click Diagnostics tab, and then the PSI Frequency icon from the sub-page. You cannot make any changes in the PSI Frequency table and can only view the available frequency plans stored in the receiver.

  • Page 244: Viewing The Psi Channels

    To View the PSI Channels Proceed as follows to view the PSI Channels table: From the user interface of the D9854, click Diagnostics tab, and then the PSI Channels icon from the sub-page. You cannot make any changes in the PSI Channels table and can only view the available channels and their settings.

  • Page 245: Viewing The Psi Tables

    To View the PSI Tables Proceed as follows to view the PSI tables: From the user interface of the D9854, click Diagnostics tab, and then the PSI Tables icon from the sub-page. You cannot make any changes in the PSI table and can only view the PSI tables received and their settings.

  • Page 246: Viewing Alarm/warning History

    To View the Alarm and Warning History Information Proceed as follows to view the Alarm/Warning History page: From the user interface of the D9854, click the Diagnostics tab and then the Alarm/ Warning History icon from the sub-page. The Alarm and Warning History page displays all the past system event messages and their set and cleared dates and times.

  • Page 247: Viewing Log Messages

    To View the Log Messages Proceed as follows to view the Log messages page: From the user interface of the D9854, click the Diagnostics tab and then the Logs icon from the sub-page. The Logs page displays all the system log messages with their dates and times.

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    5-84 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 249

    Service and Maintenance Overview Introduction This chapter gives information to assist you in upgrading firmware to the D9854 Advanced Program Receiver. It also describes how the status of the D9854 receiver is communicated via front panel LEDs. In This Chapter This chapter contains the following topics.

  • Page 250: Section A - Front Panel Leds, Introduction

    Introduction Overview To help signal the status of operation or the presence of an alarm, the D9854 receiver makes use of front panel LEDs. The photograph below shows the location of the LEDs on the front panel of the D9854 receive.

  • Page 251: Messages

    Messages General The status of the D9854 receiver and its immediate surroundings is reported to the front panel in the form of messages and alarms. You can enable or disable messages in the Alarm/Warning settings. D9854 Receiver Message List The following table shows an alphabetical list of the available messages and their default alarm status.

  • Page 252

    Channel requires the Cause: Hardware Hardware fault. PE to have an ISE issue. Remedy: Clear alarms, reset unit, and notify customer service if problem persists. Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 253

    At least 1 your rights for the Descrambled elementary smart card. stream is not Clear Descrambling OK descrambled, but the CAM is still descrambling other elementary streams for this service. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

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    User requested FPGA Runnable FPGA customer service if change change requires the problem persists. reboot. User requested APP Runnable change application change requires reboot. Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    = AAA, table = BBB DB_Item_Cl::addItem () failed Memory allocation error on DB table construction DB_Table_Cl::addTa ble() failed DB_Table_Cl::addIte m() failed: too many DB Items DBT Init Failed: AAA 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

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    WDOG task: Software wachdog aud st detected an error wdog has expired in operation. WDOG task: watchdog MC OCM has expired WDOG task: watchdog MC SCRIPT has expired Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    DB Factory Reset Non-volatile service if the problem failed storage system persists. failed during factory reset. Clear DB flushing Successful NVS completed update. DB Factory Reset Successful completed action. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

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    Poor Quality RF Signal is locked Signal but BER is beyond muting threshold. Clear Signal Quality Fault Cleared Audio Unmuted 6-10 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    Clear Temperature normal operating range. Remedy: Check openings on front and rear panels for blockage. Lower room temperature or improve air flow to device. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 6-11...

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    DPM Options, and/or drop programs not needed for downstream devices. Contact your (uplink) service provider to verify the expected bit rate settings. 6-12 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    BOOT Invalid Boot SW cannot persists. be read from memory correctly. FPGA Invalid FPGA Image cannot be read from memory correctly. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 6-13...

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    If using ASI output, ensure the source has not been changed for the content provider. Clear alarm and notify customer service if the problem persists. 6-14 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 263

    (CRC error) persists. FPGA Done failed to go high Invalid FPGA data Invalid PCB version FPGA mismatch, required=#.#.#.#, Running=#.#.#.# Clear FPGA loaded successfully and reset FPGA code ver OK 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 6-15...

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    DPM Options, and drop the programs that are not needed for downstream devices. Contact your (uplink) service provider to verify the expected bit rate settings. 6-16 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 265

    Top/Bottom slots. slots. Clear Remedy: Replace the CA cards to use the same CA system. Video Format Video format Video Format Mismatch mismatch Mismatch. Clear Video format match 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 6-17...

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    Service Description. determine if uplink is Clear sdt fault cleared sending the current SI information table. Disable the warning if not using the table. 6-18 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    Conditional Access determine if uplink is Table. sending the current SI Clear cat fault cleared information table. Disable the warning if not using the table. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 6-19...

  • Page 268

    Remedy: Clear warnings, reset the unit, and notify Clear Normal (stack/ customer service if the partition) memory problem persists. usage 6-20 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 269

    Cause: Possible software Software exceeding Second Full issue. allowable usage of internal constructs. Remedy: Clear warnings, reset the unit, and notify Clear Normal Level customer service if the problem persists. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 6-21...

  • Page 270: Section B - Power Supply Replacement, Introduction

    Section B - Power Supply Replacement Introduction Removal and Replacement There are no user-serviceable parts in the D9854 receiver supply. If the power supply requires replacement, contact your service provider or Cisco for information on how to return the unit for repair.

  • Page 271: Product Support

    Chapter 7 Customer Information Overview In This Chapter This chapter contains the following topics. Topic See Page Product Support Returning Products 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

  • Page 272: Product Support

    If you require technical telephone assistance or product training support, or if you have any questions concerning their Cisco Atlanta product, you may contact the appropriate Customer Support Center from those listed below. Charges may apply for customers without a current and applicable product support agreement.

  • Page 273: Returning Products

    When returning equipment, the customer is solely responsible for equipment packaging and transportation costs to the factory. At the customer's request, Cisco will make reasonable efforts to provide warranty service at the customer's premises, provided that the customer pays current field service rates plus direct travel and accommodation expenses.

  • Page 274: Returning Products

    You must have a return material authorization (RMA) number to return a product. Contact the nearest customer service center and follow their instructions. Returning a product to Cisco for repair includes the following steps: • Obtaining a RMA number • Obtaining a customer service center shipping address •...

  • Page 275

    • RMA number 3. Ship the product to the address provided by the customer service representative. Note: Cisco does not accept freight collect. Be sure to prepay and insure all shipments. 4021470 Rev D D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

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    Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 277

    Appendices Appendix A - Technical Specifications Appendix B - Default Settings Appendix C - Lock Levels Appendix D - Equipment and Accessories Appendix E - Compliance...

  • Page 279: Table Of Contents

    Appendix A Technical Specifications Overview Introduction This appendix contains the technical specifications for the Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver. Note: The technical specifications are subject to change without prior notice. In This Appendix This appendix contains the following topics. Topic...

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    Topic See Page General A-16 Power A-16 Section - Power and General Specifications A-16 Mechanical A-17 Environment A-17 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 281: Section A - L-band Input And Processing, General, Lnb Lo Stability, Lnb Power And Control

    (RF1to RF3, RF4 does not have an 18 V Horizontal/circular left LNB supply) Current 350 mA maximum LNB Alarms: No load - 6 mA Overload - 360 mA minimum 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

  • Page 282: Dvb-s/dvb-s2

    3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 8/9, 9/10 LDPC FEC Frame Length Normal Symbol Rate Range 1 to 30 Ms/s Maximum Channel Bit Rate 90 Mbit/s Maximum User Bit Rate 78.55 Mbit/s Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 283

    Linear Channel and IF (BW = Symbol Rate) Loop configuration C/N = Eb/No + 10 log (2 x FEC X 188/204) The D9854 receiver displays the C/N Ratio. 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

  • Page 284

    QPSK 5/6 5.18 QPSK 8/9 6.20 QPSK 9/10 6.42 8PSK 3/5 5.50 8PSK 2/3 6.62 8PSK 3/4 7.91 8PSK 5/6 9.35 8PSK 8/9 10.69 10.9 8PSK 9/10 10.98 11.3 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 285: Section B - Video Inputs/outputs And Processing, General

    Section B - Video Inputs/Outputs and Processing General Item Specification System MPEG-2/DVB Compatible EN 300 421, EN 300 468 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

  • Page 286: Video Outputs

    ≤ -55 dB rms ≤ -55 dB rms Weighted Signal Video Luminanace -to-Noise Ramp Return Loss DC to 10 MHz, > 30 dB DC to 10 MHz, > 30 dB Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    Weighted Signal Video-to- Luminanace ≤ -55 dB rms ≤ -55 dB rms Noise Ramp Return Loss DC to 10 MHz, > 30 dB DC to 10 MHz, > 30 dB 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

  • Page 288

    Aspect Ratio Conversions for Down-Conversion for SD Programs 4:3 : 16:9 16:9 16:9 Letterbox Center Cutout 16:9 Letterbox Scale to 16:9 14:9 Letterbox 14:9 Letterbox Center Center Cutout A-10 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 289: Embedded Data In Sdi

    SMPTE 334M embedded in HD-SDI Embedded Audio Item Specification Format According to SMPTE 299M Audio sampling frequency 48 kHz locked to the video. According to SMPTE 272M Resolution 20 bits 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide A-11...

  • Page 290: Audio Outputs, Conditional Access

    CAS: MediaGuard, Cryptoworks available in an anticipated future software release Note: Viasat (uses NDS/VideoGuard) only authorizes decoders equipped with an ASI output to receive/decrypt Viasat- encrypted programs. A-12 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 291: Section C - Transport Stream Outputs, Asi Output, Mpegoip Output (optional), Mpe Output

    Output modes IPv4 datagrams IP Addressing Multicast, up to 5 addresses TS Input up to 5 PIDs Bit Rate up to 10 Mbps (for 1500 byte packets) 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide A-13...

  • Page 292: Section D - Control And Management Interfaces, Ethernet Management Interface, Ethernet Data Interface

    Alarms are signalled by reversing the polarity of the two contact sets. Type of connector Terminal block ≤ 30 V AC, ≤ 30 V DC Max. voltage ≤ 1 A Max. current A-14 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 293: Contact Closure Interface

    250 ms, 1 frame period, e.g., for 1080i/25 guaranteed to be detected Hz 40 ms for DPI applications 100 Ω Max. on generator impedance Min. off generator impedance 100 kΩ 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide A-15...

  • Page 294: Section E - Power And General Specifications, General, Power

    For example: Ensure that the socket outlet is installed near the product. WARNING: To avoid electrical shock, connect the three-prong plug on this product to an earth-grounded three-pin socket outlet only. A-16 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 295: Mechanical, Environment

    70% humidity is valid up to 50°C Temperature 0°C to +50°C (32°F to 122°F) Altitude Operating 10,000 ft. (3048 m) max. Non-operating 30,000 ft. (9144 m ) max. 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide A-17...

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  • Page 297: Default Settings

    Appendix B Default Settings Overview Introduction The D9854 Advanced Program Receiver is factory configured with default settings unless you have requested a custom factory configuration. This appendix lists the factory default settings. Topic See Page Factory Default Settings 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 298: Factory Default Settings

    OSD Banner (Web GUI only) Enable Action on Loss of Input (Web GUI only) Black Output DPM Regenerate Option (Web GUI only) Always Flash AW Messages (Web GUI only) Enable Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 299

    UserCfg LO1 (GHz) 5.15 LO2 (GHz) Crossover (GHz) OrbPos H (horizontal) Freq (GHz) 3.449 Sym Rate 28.3465 MS/s Auto Modulation DVB-S Roll-off InputIQ Auto NetID LNB Power 22kHz 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

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    192.131.244.254 Mask Gateway 255.255.255.0 SNMP Read Community String public SNMP Write Community String public Multicast Forwarding (Front Panel Forward All, if Port ID is set to 2 only) Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 301

    WSS Mode Passthrough Audio Parameter Default Stereo/Mono Stereo AC3 Compression RF Mode Left (dB) Right (dB) DDP (Front Panel only) Trans PMT Source AUD1 Digital Out Pref PCM Samples 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

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    Language List PMT Order First Entry Imitext Position Standard ForeGnd Auto BackGnd Auto Parameter Default Decrypt CI Slot Query Disable Auto Reset Disable List Mgmt AddDel TS_ON_ID Disable Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    State Disable Mode Delay (sec) TS Out - ASI Parameter Default Name Rate Control User User Rate 68.5 Output Mode No Output Descramble Mode Descrambled Insert Null Packet 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

  • Page 304

    Send SAP SAP ID Cisco Default SAP DestAddr 225.1.1.1 UDPPort 49152 SrcPort TS/IP Min IP/s PCR@IP Start Mgmt Port Mode No Output DATA Port Mode Always output PCR Addition Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 305

    SVC ID & PID Duplic Mode Pkt Copy Unref Drop PSI Options Drop All PSI Rate SA Std Service ID Valid Ch Pass Pass Pass TSDT Pass Pass NITO Pass Pass 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

  • Page 306

    Pass Pass Pass Pass Noise Cutoff Parameter Default Trnsprt (DVB-S/DVB-S2 Marg) Cutoff Trnsprt (DVB-S/DVB-S2 Marg) Restore Audio (DVB-S/DVB-S2 Marg) Cutoff Audio (DVB-S/DVB-S2 Marg) Restore Muting Control Enable B-10 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 307

    Backup Restore Control Setup (Web GUI only) Parameter Default File Name file name FTP Server IP Address 192.168.0.100 FTP port FTP User Name user FTP Password USER Backup Type Standard 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide B-11...

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    B-12 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 309: D9854 Receiver Lock Levels

    Appendix C Lock Levels Overview Introduction This appendix contains the lock levels for the D9854 Advanced Program Receiver. In This Appendix This appendix contains the following topics. Topic See Page D9854 Receiver Lock Levels 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

  • Page 310

    Note: The user cannot select NONE as a Lock Level. Video Parameter Lock Level PV Format SD Format Aspect Ratio Parameter Lock Level SD Aspect Ratio AR Selection AR Conversion WSS Mode Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    Lang List PMT Order Manual Entry Imitext Position Foreground Background Download Parameter Lock Level Mode DL Type DL Bank Command Runnable Application Parameter Lock Level Index Select Erase 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

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    PMT Source PV Muting Thresholds Parameter Lock Level Transport Cutoff Transport Restore Audio Cutoff Audio Restore LDPC Muting Thresholds Parameter Lock Level Transport Cutoff Transport Restore Audio Cutoff Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    Lock Level Port ID Key Name V4 IP Addr V4 Mask V4 Def Gateway SNMP Comm Parameter Lock Level Read String Write String Sys Name Sys Location Sys Contact 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

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    ACQ Mode CA Mode Input Sel Freq Sel Ser List Mode Use BAT Use NIT Use SDT Use PAT Active Tuning Parameter Lock Level Net ID Input Modulation Frequency Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    LNB Trim2 Crossover LO Select LOF 1 LOF 2 Orbital Pos E/W Flag Orb Polarization BISS Parameter Lock Level Mode BISS 1 SW BISS E SW BISS E ID 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

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    Channel Num Decode Enable Parameter Lock Level Decoder Enabled Power On Parameter Lock Level Clr Reset Count User Setting Parameter Lock Level Date Format Time Format GMT Offset Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    Lock Level Pwd New Lock Level Pwd Conf Factory Reset Clean Unused Tbls DPM Transmit Parameter Lock Level Output Mode Descramble Mode Rate Ctrl Rate Ins Null Pkt 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

  • Page 318

    PSI NITO PSI SDT PSI SDTO PSI BAT PSI EIT PSI TDT PSI ST PSI RST PSI TOT PSI DIT PSI SIT PSI ECM PSI EMM PSI DRT C-10 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 319

    Action PMT PID Output Channel PID Map DPM PID Map Parameter Lock Level Index In Use Instance Name Stream Type Stream CAT Stream Inst Action Output PID 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide C-11...

  • Page 320

    Send Sap Str Max TPKT Per IP SAP Str Intf Mode 1 Intf Mode 2 Alarm Setting Parameter Lock Level Enable Relay Trap Warning Setting Parameter Lock Level Name C-12 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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    Last Date Time Trap State Details Relay Fault History Parameter Lock Level Sequence Name Type Set Date Time Reset Date Time State Details Log History Parameter Lock Level Sequence 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide C-13...

  • Page 322

    Parameter Lock Level Cur Date Cur Time Message C-14 Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

  • Page 323: Accessory Kits For The D9854 Receiver

    This appendix contains names and part numbers of equipment and accessories for the D9854 Advanced Program Receiver. In This Appendix This appendix contains the following topics. Topic See Page Accessory Kits for the D9854 Receiver 4021470 Rev D Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

  • Page 324: Accessory Kits For The D9854 Receiver

    Accessory Kits for the D9854 Receiver Accessory Kit The accessory kit for the D9854 receiver contains the following items: Part Number Description 4021470 Rev C Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide...

  • Page 325: Applicable Standards And Notices

    Appendix E Compliance Applicable Standards and Notices Safety The D9854 Advanced Program Receiver has been approved for safety by the Standards Council of Canada and the OHSA (NRTL) Accredited Testing Laboratory to the following standards: CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1-03 UL Std No. 60950-1-2003...

  • Page 326

    The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference resulting from unauthorized modifications made to this equipment. It is the responsibility of the user to correct such interference at his own expense. Model D9854 Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide 4021470 Rev D...

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