Motorola DSR-4530 Operator's Manual

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DSR-4530 Commercial
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Decoder Operator Guide
Document No.: 523480-001

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    DSR-4530 Commercial Integrated Receiver/ Decoder Operator Guide Document No.: 523480-001...

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    Copyright © 2006 Motorola, Inc. grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the Patent & Trademark Office. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Chapter 1 Introducing the DSR-4530 ........................1 Key Features............................1 Disaster Recovery ......................... 3 Chapter 2 Connecting the DSR-4530 ........................5 Unpacking and Connecting the DSR-4530 ................... 5 Unpacking and Mounting ........................7 Connecting a DSR-4530 for Operation ....................7 Powering On the DSR-4530 .........................

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Current Field......................... 33 Rcvd Field ..........................33 Total Field..........................33 Channel Menus ........................... 34 Channel Menu ..........................34 VCT Field ..........................34 Chnl Field ..........................35 Xpndr Field ........................... 36 MPEG Select Menu ........................37 Program Menu........................37 Aud1Lang, Aud2Lang Menus ...................... 38 InputMode Field........................

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Fast Facts Screens ........................71 Fast Facts 1 ..........................71 Fast Facts 2 ..........................73 Fast Facts 3 ..........................74 Fast Facts 4 ..........................76 Fast Facts 5 (10/100 Network) ....................77 Fast Facts 5 (Gigabit Ethernet) ....................78 Chapter 9 DSR-4530 Specifications........................79 DSR-4530...

  • Page 7: Key Features

    4530, it can receive authorization and control information from the satellite operator. Key Features • A variable front-end allows the DSR-4530 to be used in either full or partial transponder mode. • Manual tuning for either ASI input or eight L-band inputs (ports).

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    • Four Form-C relays used for fault alarm indication or uplink control. • Memory to recall the operating configuration when power sags or is removed. • Security features include Motorola DigiCipher II security technology. The DSR-4530 ® does not require a TVPass card to operate with security.

  • Page 9: Disaster Recovery

    Introducing the DSR-4530 Disaster Recovery The DSR-4530 performs automatic disaster recovery of lost L-band signal without operator intervention based on settings and definitions provided by the uplink equipment. The DSR 4530 does the following in disaster recover mode: • Mutes all outputs.

  • Page 11: Unpacking And Connecting The Dsr-4530, Unpacking And Connecting The Dsr

    Connecting the DSR-4530 Unpacking and Connecting the DSR-4530 Cable connections described in this chapter, are made to the back panel of the DSR-4530. GigE (Upper) & Ethernet (Lower) Primary Audio Out L-band Ports Relay/Alarm Auxiliary Audio In RF Input Ports 1 - 8...

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    AUX VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT 10/100 RF IN ASI IN ASI OUT AUX VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT Note: Additional audio and data connectors may be ordered through Phoenix Contact part numbers 1840447 / 1840528. Figure 2-2: DSR-4530 Back Panel (Detailed)

  • Page 13: Unpacking And Mounting, Connecting A Dsr-4530 For Operation

    To view video and On-Screen Diagnostics (OSD) during installation, connect the OSD Video Output on the DSR-4530 to a 75-ohm video monitor. To view video, connect the Video Output to a channel modulator. Refer to "Viewing the Fast Fact Diagnostic Screens"...

  • Page 14: Powering On The Dsr-4530, Powering On The Dsr

    Powering On the DSR-4530 To apply power to the DSR-4530, perform the following steps: Plug the DSR-4530 into a power source and all LEDs on the front panel are illuminated while the front-panel LCD screen is blank. After approximately 60 seconds, the LEDs...

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    Operating the DSR-4530 All operations described in this chapter require use of the front panel, as shown in Figure 3-1. Relay1 LCD Screen Authorized Arrow Buttons ENTER Button Relay2 Signal Relay3 Bypass Alarm Download Figure 3-1: DSR-4530 Front Panel DSR-4530...

  • Page 16: Using The Front Panel

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

  • Page 17: Navigating The Menus

    Operating the DSR-4530 Navigating the Menus Even though the keypad options shown on the LCD screen may change for each menu and for each field, the control buttons basically do the same thing. The user may want to practice on a screen to become familiar with how the buttons work.

  • Page 18: How To Use The Menus

    Status Diag The DSR-4530 allows the user to scroll only to menus that are in the same group. To scroll to a menu that is in a different menu group, return to the main top-level menu and select the desired menu group.

  • Page 19: Overview Of The Lcd Panel Menu Tree

    Operating the DSR-4530 Overview of the LCD Panel Menu Tree Pressing the ENTER button when the cursor is on a menu name causes the cursor to return to the main, top-level menu. The charts on the following pages show the menus organized into five main groups: Installation menus, Channel selection menus, IP menus (including the GigE), Status menus, and Diagnostics menus.

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    Operating the DSR-4530 DSR-4530...

  • Page 22: Installation Menus, Manual Tune Menu

    With the blinking cursor at the upper left, press ENTER button to return to the main top-level menu. Press the 34 buttons until the cursor is at the Install label, and press the ENTER button. The DSR-4530 displays the previously selected sub-menu. Manual Tune Menu...

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    Input Field Default: Port 1 Note: Unless changed, the DSR-4530 displays values for an L-band input on Port 1. The Input field displays the input to which the receiver is currently tuned. It allows manual selection of Port 1 through Port 8 for the L-band inputs or ASI input to the DSR-4530.

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    The DSR-4530 requires 30 to 60 seconds to download the network data. Once download is complete, the user can view the Port menu for the active port to select the satellite name from a list of available satellites (for more details, see "Port...

  • Page 25: Modulation Menu

    ENTER to exit the field. Note: In any of the non-auto modes [i.e., DCII-MAN, DVB-MAN (both manual modes) or 8PSK-TC or 8PSK-DVBS2], the DSR-4530 only searches for a signal that matches what is set in the Symbol/Code/Format field. If DCII-AUTO is selected, the DSR-4530 searches through all available combinations to acquire a signal, and then remains parked on a signal once it is acquired.

  • Page 26: Port Menu

    Symbol/Code/Format Field Default: Mode-Dependant Note: This field is not available when the DCII-Auto option in the Mode field is selected. The Symbol field (in Msps) defines the symbol rate at which the unit attempts acquisition when the selection for acquisition mode is either DCII-MAN, 8PSK-TC or 8PSK-DVBS2, or DVB-MAN.

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    Port 1 through Port 8 may be set up manually or automatically, and each individually. For manual setup, the user enters the satellite and polarity information directly. For automatic setup, the DSR-4530 associates the port with the satellite and polarity information that matches the first virtual channel selected (and acquired) based on the manual tuning selection.

  • Page 28: Port Config Menu, Audio1 And Audio2 Menus

    Default: Off Use this field to direct power to the external Low-Noise Block (LNB) converter. When the On option is selected, the DSR-4530 supplies +20 VDC on the port 1 antenna input connector. Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the LNB Power label, and press the ENTER button to move into the field.

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    "Aud1Lang, Aud2Lang Menus" (described on page 38) for details on how the two fields interact. By pressing the ENTER button (ignoring the caution), the DSR-4530 changes to Dual Mono, and uses the language previously selected for Mono (or Stereo) for both left and right channels, refer to "Aud1Lang, Aud2Lang Menus"...

  • Page 30: Audio1 Gain And Audio2 Gain Menus

    Audio1 Gain and Audio2 Gain Menus These menus allow adjustment of the audio signal output level from 0 to -20dB in 1dB increments. Press the 56 buttons until the AUDIO1 GAIN or AUDIO2 GAIN menu appears. AUDIO1 GAIN Mode Left Right Joint AUDIO2 GAIN...

  • Page 31: Subcarrier Menu, Alarm Menu

    ENTER button to confirm the selection. Alarm Menu This menu allows the user to set up different bypass modes in case the DSR-4530 goes into an alarm condition. Press the 6 button until the Alarm menu is located (shown below).

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    • The DSR-4530’s tuner loses lock when the input is RF. • The DSR-4530 cannot lock to the ASI input when the input is ASI. • The DSR-4530 is unable to render video. • The DSR-4530 is not authorized to access the selected service.

  • Page 33: Asi Output Menu

    Default: Byte The Packet and Byte options specify the transport stream packet structure. When the ASI Output is enabled, the DSR-4530 outputs MPEG-2 transport stream packets, either as a burst of contiguous bytes (Packet option), or as individual bytes (Byte option). Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Format label, and press the ENTER button to move into the field.

  • Page 34: Reset Menu

    Power Cycle Option The Power Cycle option reboots the DSR-4530 without losing internal user setup information or downloaded network information. When the option is shown, press the ENTER button and a caution message appears indicating that the current service will be interrupted if the action proceeds.

  • Page 35: Core Menu

    Operating the DSR-4530 Press any arrow button ( 3456 ) to back out of the field and leave it unchanged. Otherwise, press the ENTER button to proceed. The following message displays Power Cycle reset in progress. . . Press E to continue or...

  • Page 36: Video Out Format Menu

    Video Out Format Menu The Video Out Format menu allows the user to configure the video format. Press the 56 buttons until the Video Out Format menu appears (shown below). It has two fields that allow modification of the output format. Note: The receiver does not convert 525-line video to 625-line video or convert 625-line video to 525-line video.

  • Page 37: Aspect Ratio Menu

    4x3 (Pan Scan) Input Field Read-only The Input field displays the aspect ratio of video that the DSR-4530 is currently receiving, either 4x3 or 16x9. This field is non-editable. Three dashes (- - -) are displayed when no signal is received.

  • Page 38: Firmware Menu, Download Menu

    The Upgrade field displays the version of the upgrade code that is available. This field displays 000000 when no upgrade code is available. Available upgrades are installed the next time the DSR-4530 is powered on. This field is non-editable. Download Menu The Download menu allows the user to monitor the status of the current code download.

  • Page 39: File Field

    Current Field Read-only The Current field pertains to the file selected in the File field and indicates the ID for the current segment received by the DSR-4530 during the download of the file. This field is non-editable. Rcvd Field Read-only The Rcvd field indicates ID for the last segment of the file selected in the File field.

  • Page 40: Channel Menus, Channel Menu

    Diag Press the 34 buttons until the cursor is at the Channel label, and press the ENTER button to access the main menu for the Channel group and the DSR-4530 displays the first sub-menu within the Channel menus. Channel Menu This menu allows the user to select an active VCT, select the virtual channel, and view the name of the current transponder.

  • Page 41: Chnl Field

    Channels that exist in the Virtual Channel Map appear within parentheses, for example (0346). The DSR-4530 supports channel values from 0001 to 4095. Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Chnl label, and press the ENTER button to move into the field.

  • Page 42: Xpndr Field

    This message is not displayed if the DSR-4530 was not already acquired to a virtual channel (e.g., when setting up the DSR-4530 for future operation). • Virtual channels also identify satellite and polarity attributes. The RF input ports are set up with satellite and polarity attributes. For more details, see "Port Menu"...

  • Page 43: Mpeg Select Menu

    MPEG program number. Press the 56 buttons until the MPEG SELECT menu appears. The MPEG program number can be used instead of a virtual channel, but only if the DSR-4530 is already tuned to the appropriate L-band or ASI input signal.

  • Page 44: Aud1lang, Aud2lang Menus

    Audio1 and Audio2 outputs. This menu also allows the user to view the mode of the audio signal as it is received from the programmer and before any subsequent down mixing that the DSR-4530 may perform.

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    Operating the DSR-4530 Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection. Left and Right Fields Default: Def Note: These fields operate in conjunction with the "Audio1 and Audio2 Menus" (described on page 22) (specifically the AudioMix field) and the Dspl (Display field) described on page 38.

  • Page 46: Inputmode Field

    DSR-4530 selects and outputs the first occurrence of the Left language choice. The system cannot take a Left from one audio pair and a Right from another. If there is no match for the Left language choice, the DSR-4530 uses the default language setting.

  • Page 47: Text Lang Menu, Emm Id Menu

    Operating the DSR-4530 Text Lang Menu This Text Language menu has two fields that allow the user to modify and view the status of the language for the subtitle display. Press the 56 buttons until the Text Lang (Text Language) menu appears (shown below).

  • Page 48: Checking Status Of Channel

    Press the 34 buttons until the cursor is at the Status label, and press the ENTER button. The DSR-4530 now displays the Status1 menu. Refer to "Status Display Menus" (described on page 48) for more information on each of the display screens.

  • Page 49: Ip Menus, Mac Address Menu, Ip Address Menu

    To view the MAC address for the lower Ethernet port on the back panel of the Read-only DSR-4530. Press the 56 buttons until the MAC Address menu appears (shown below). The address is represented in a hexadecimal format and non-editable.

  • Page 50: Subnet Mask Menu, Ip Gateway Menu

    Use the following procedure to set and view the IP Gateway address (range: 000.000.000.000 to 255.255.255.255) for the lower Ethernet port on the back panel of the DSR-4530. The IP Gateway is an address that is represented in the common dotted-decimal format. Contact the network administrator for details about configuring the Ethernet port for operation on your local network.

  • Page 51: Gige Menus, Gige Mac Address Menu, Gige Ip Address Field

    Read-only Use the following procedure to view the GigE MAC address for the upper Ethernet port on the back panel of the DSR-4530. The GigE MAC address is represented in a hexadecimal format and non-editable. Press the 56 buttons until the Port GigE menu appears (shown below).

  • Page 52: Gige Subnet Mask Menu, Gige Default Gateway Menu

    Use the following procedure to set and view the GigE Default Gateway address (range: 000.000.000.000 to 255.255.255.255) for the upper Ethernet port on the back panel of the DSR-4530. The GigE Default Gateway is an address that is represented in the common dotted-decimal format. Contact the network administrator for details about configuring the GigE port for operation on your local network.

  • Page 53: Gige Mpts Address Menu

    Operating the DSR-4530 GigE MPTS Address Menu Use the following procedure to set and view the GigE Single Program Transport Stream (SPTS) address and port of the destination node for the transport stream output. The GigE SPTS is an address that is represented in the common dotted- decimal format.

  • Page 54: Status Display Menus, Status1 Menu

    Diag Press the 34 buttons until the cursor is at the Status label, and press the ENTER button. The DSR-4530 displays the first sub-menu within the Status menus. Status1 Menu Press the 56 buttons until the Status1 menu appears (shown below).

  • Page 55: Status2 Menu, Status3 Menu

    Operating the DSR-4530 Status2 Menu Note: This menu is not displayed when the active signal is received from a source other than an L-band input connector. Press the 56 buttons until the Status2 menu appears (shown below). This screen displays the source name, channel number, and the signal quality.

  • Page 56: Status4 Menu

    STATUS3 Signal_Quality ||||||||||||||||||........... Status4 Menu Note: This menu is not displayed when the active signal is received from a source other than an L-band input connector. Press the 56 buttons until the Status4 menu appears (shown below). This screen displays the satellite name and signal tuning characteristics and provides mode- specific information depending upon the acquisition mode selected (i.e., DCII- AUTO, DCII-MAN, DVB-MAN, etc.).

  • Page 57: Format Field, Status5 Menu

    Operating the DSR-4530 Format Field Read-only Note: This field is excluded from the the status display screen when the acquisition selection mode is DCII-DVB (see "Modulation Menu" (described on page 19)). This field displays the format (combined or split) of the L-band signal. Three dashes (---) are displayed when no information is available or when the ASI input is in use.

  • Page 58: Status6 Menu

    Status6 Menu Press the 56 buttons until the Status6 menu appears (shown below). This screen displays the DSR-4530’s Memory (free memory) and Flash memory. STATUS6 Memory Flash 42.9MB 47.8MB Memory Field Read-only This status-only field displays the amount of free volatile memory (range: 00.0 to 99.9 MB) that is available for use by the operating system.

  • Page 59: Diagnostics Menus, Diagnostics Menu

    Operating the DSR-4530 Diagnostics Menus The DSR-4530's diagnostic menus allow the user to isolate problems to the DSR- 4530 or the satellite using the front panel. The menus also enable the user to test waveforms and use other diagnostic information displayed on an NTSC television monitor connected through the rear-panel video output.

  • Page 60: Clear Cntrs Field, Unit Address Menu, Tv Pass Card Menu

    000-12345-12345-678 TV Pass Card Menu The DSR-4530 does not initially require a TV Pass Card, but if one is required, the program provider typically supplies one. The program provider uses the TV Pass Card address and decoder address to identify a specific DSR-4530 for authorization messages.

  • Page 61: Audio Test Signal Menu

    Operating the DSR-4530 Audio Test Signal Menu This menu allows the user to select an audio test signal for each of the two audio outputs, Audio1 and Audio2. Press the 56 buttons until the Audio Test Signal menu appears (shown below).

  • Page 62: Video Test Signal Menu

    Press any arrow button ( 3456 ) to back out of the field and leave it unchanged. Otherwise, press the ENTER button to proceed. Note: Test signals override any active service component, and the DSR-4530 displays diagnostics over the video test patterns if diagnostics are enabled.

  • Page 63: Vits Menu

    Operating the DSR-4530 VITS Menu This menu allows the user to insert Vertical Interval Test Signal (VITS) on lines 17 or 18. Press the 56 buttons until the VITS menu appears (shown below). VITS Waveform Transmitted Waveform Field Default: Transmitted Note: Upon exiting this submenu, the Waveform field reverts to the default value (Transmitted).

  • Page 64: Ad Insertion Test Menu

    The Ad Insertion Test menu allows the user to test the cue tones and turn the relays on and off. Ad insertion signals are generated by the DSR-4530, but controlled by the uplink programmer. Local cable companies use ad insertion signals to control and to queue the insertion of commercials in cable headends.

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    Operating the DSR-4530 Cue Tone Field Default: Off The Cue Tone (Signal) field lets the user turn the cue tone test ON and OFF. Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Cue Tone label, and press the ENTER button to move into the field.

  • Page 67: Troubleshooting

    29. No picture, no level No LNB signal port. Connect LNB coax. See "Connecting the indication. DSR-4530" on page 5. Poor audio quality or low Audio levels incorrect. Adjust audio levels. See "Audio1 Gain and audio level. Audio2 Gain Menus" on page 24.

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    Frequency (C-band) -3,740 MHz 1,410 MHz Table 5-2: Calculation for Ku-Band Transponders Example calculation if downlink Formula for Ku-band Frequency frequency is 12,019 MHz Frequency Downlink (DL) <minus> 10,750 MHz <equals> 12,019 MHz Frequency (Ku-band) -10,750 MHz 1,269 MHz DSR-4530...

  • Page 71: If You Need Help, Calling For Repairs

    Product Support If You Need Help For assistance with Motorola products only, contact the Motorola Technical Response Center (TRC), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: • Inside the U.S.:1-888-944-HELP (1-888-944-4357) • Outside the U.S.:1-215-323-0044 • Motorola Online: http://businessonline.motorola.com This offers a searchable solutions database, technical documentation, and low-priority issue creation and tracking.

  • Page 73: Language Abbreviations

    Refer to Language Menu operation. Language Abbreviation Language Abbreviation Arabic Egyptian Armenian English Balinese Esperanto Basque Faroese Batak Finnish Bengali French Bhojpuri German Bulgarian Greek Burmese Gujarati Catalan Hebrew Chinese Hindi Croatian Hiri Motu Cue (Tones) Hungarian Czech Indonesian Danish Interlingua Dutch Iranian DSR-4530...

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

  • Page 75: Introduction

    Diagnostics Introduction The Fast Fact Diagnostic Diagnostic screens (1 through 5) are a part of the IRD firmware created during product development and based on the needs of the the particular unit. All values and information shown on the Fast Fact Diagnostic screens update when displayed, unless otherwise noted.

  • Page 76: Viewing The Fast Fact Diagnostic Screens

    Viewing the Fast Fact Diagnostic Screens The diagnostic screens (Figure 9-1 ) are available via the On-Screen Display (OSD) video out using a video monitor connected to the OSD Video Out on the rear of the IRD. To view the OSD diagnostic screens, press the 56 buttons on the front of the IRD until the Diagnostic menu appears, and press the ENTER button to access the Diagnostic menu on the IRD (shown below).

  • Page 77: Fast Facts Screens

    Diagnostics Fast Facts Screens The Fast Facts screens are used as a method of viewing information and diagnostic data associated with the IRD than what is shown in the IRD’s Diagnostic menu screens (refer to Diagnostics Menus on page 53). The Fast Facts screens are composed of five screens;...

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    Field Name Definition VCT ID Shows the current VCT ID. Encryption Displays the current program’s encryption status. Service Displays the service number for the current program. Auth State Displays the current program’s authorization status. Eb/No Shows the signal to noise ratio (Eb/No) of the received signal. Signal State Shows the received signal state, either Locked or Searching, depending on whether the IRD is locked to a signal or not.

  • Page 79: Fast Facts 2

    Diagnostics Fast Facts 2 The Fast Facts 2 screen displays information relating to the port configuration of the IRD Fast Facts 2 Port 0 + S1: Horz ....Defined Port 1 + T6: Vert ....Defined Port 2 = ......Undefined Port 3 = ......Undefined Port 4 = ......Undefined Port 5 = ......Undefined...

  • Page 80: Fast Facts 3

    Fast Facts 3 The Fast Facts 3 screen displays information relating to video information Field Name Definition Video Locked An indication of video lock status, if Yes, then the video for the IRD is being received and locked. If No, then the video is not being received.

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    Diagnostics Field Name Definition Film Mode Indication of if Film Mode is active or inactive. Aspect Ratio The aspect ratio of the video within the transport stream. The current video mute count. (Video Mute Count) Frame Rate The frame rate code of the stream. PTS : FIFO The video Presentation Time Stamp (PTS) followed by the Picture FIFO Depth Count.

  • Page 82: Fast Facts 4

    Fast Facts 4 The Fast Facts 4 screen displays information relating to audio information. There are two columns of information displayed, one column for the first audio program, and the other column for the second audio program Field Name Definition Audio Locked An indication of audio lock status for both audio programs.

  • Page 83: Fast Facts 5 (10/100 Network), Fast Facts 5 (10/100 Network)

    Diagnostics Fast Facts 5 (10/100 Network) The Fast Facts 5 screen displays information relating to the Ethernet port (lower RJ-45 port on rear of IRD) configuration Field Name Definition Network Status Provides the status of the 10/100 Ethernet port (e.g., Link Down, Half Duplex, Full Duplex, and Link Unknown).

  • Page 84: Fast Facts 5 (gigabit Ethernet), Fast Facts 5 (gigabit Ethernet)

    Fast Facts 5 (Gigabit Ethernet) The Fast Facts 5 (Gigabit Ethernet) screen displays information relating to Gigabit Ethernet port (upper RJ-45 port on rear of IRD) configuration Field Name Definition Network Status Provides the status of the GiGE Ethernet (e.g., Link Down, Half Duplex, Full Duplex, and Link Unknown).

  • Page 85

    DSR-4530 Specifications Input Frequency Range 950 to 2150 MHz Input RF Level -25 to -65 dBm RF Port Impedance 75 Ohms RF Port Return Loss 8 dB minimum Port-to-Port Isolation 40 dB minimum Video Frequency Response ±0.9 dB (1 kHz to 4.2 MHz) NTSC ±0.9 dB (1 kHz to 4.8 MHz) PAL...

  • Page 86

    Transmission Standard DigiCipher Symbol Rates 3.25, 4.88, 7.32, 9.76, 11.71, 14.63, 19.51, and 29.27 Msps discrete steps DigiCipher Code Rates 5/11, 1/2, 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6, and 7/8 8PSK-Turbo FEC Rates 2/3(1.92), 3/4(2.05), 3/4(2.11), 3/4(2.19), 5/6(2.30), and 8/9(2.40) DVB-S2 FEC Rates 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 8/9, and 9/10 Audio Output Level...

  • Page 87

    DSR-4530 Specifications Connectors RF In F-type (Qty 8) AUX Video In BNC (Qty 1) Video Out BNC (Qty 1) OSD Video Out BNC (Qty 1) Alarm Screw terminal (Qty 1) Cue Tone (Labeled: Q+ and Q-) Screw terminal (Qty 1)

  • Page 89

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  • Page 90

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