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Motorola DSR-6100 Commercial
Integrated Receiver Transcoder
Operator Guide
DSR-6100
Document No.: 578523-001

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  • Page 1 Motorola DSR-6100 Commercial Integrated Receiver Transcoder Operator Guide DSR-6100 Document No.: 578523-001...
  • Page 2: Operation Precautions

    Dolby Digital is a registered trademark of Dolby Motorola Mobility, Inc. Laboratories. Dolby Digital is manufactured under 6450 Sequence Dr. license from Dolby Laboratories. San Diego, CA 92121 © 2010 Motorola Mobility, Inc. All rights reserved. DOCUMENT No: 578523-001 REV B, 12/9/10...
  • Page 3: Important Safety Instructions

    Important Safety Instructions • Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. • Read these instructions. • Refer all servicing to qualified service • Keep these instructions. personnel. Servicing is required when the • Heed all warnings.
  • Page 4 Para evitar descargas eléctricas, no use el enchufe eléctrico de la unidad (polarizado) con un cable de extensión, receptáculo u otra salida a MOTOROLA y el logotipo de la M estilizada son marcas menos que las aspas queden completamente insertadas para evitar la comerciales o marcas comerciales registradas de Marcas Participantes de Motorola LLC.
  • Page 5: Instrucciones De Seguridad Importantes

    Instrucciones de seguridad importantes • Proteja el cable de alimentación para evitar pisarlo o que quede apretado, especialmente • Lea estas instrucciones. en los enchufes y tomas de corriente, y revise • Guarde estas instrucciones. el punto de salida del aparato. •...
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 1 Introducing the DSR-6100........................7 Key Features ..........................7 Chapter 2 Connecting the DSR-6100 ........................9 Unpacking and Connecting the DSR-6100 ..................9 Unpacking ............................ 10 Rack Mounting Guidelines ......................11 Mechanical Loading ......................11 Ambient Temperature ......................11 Circuit Overloading .......................
  • Page 8 Port Config Menu ......................... 29 Port 1 Power Field......................... 29 Audio1 and Audio2 Menus ......................30 DialNorm Field ........................30 AudioMix Field........................30 Compress Field ........................31 Audio1 and Audio2 Gain Menus....................32 Mode Field ..........................32 Left and Right Fields ......................32 Alarm Menu ..........................
  • Page 9 FrontPanel Field........................55 Input Type Field ........................55 Status2 Menu ..........................56 Source Field.......................... 56 Channel Field........................56 Quality Field .......................... 56 Status3 Menu ..........................56 Status4 Menu ..........................57 Sat Field..........................57 Freq Field..........................57 Symb Field ..........................57 DSR-6100...
  • Page 10 Code Field..........................57 Format Field .......................... 57 Status5 Menu ..........................57 Sync Field ..........................58 Eb/No Field ........................... 58 Authorize State Field......................58 Status6 Menu ..........................59 Memory Field ........................59 Flash Field..........................59 Status7(SD) Menu........................59 Video Resolution Field ......................59 Bit Rate Field.........................
  • Page 11 Fast Facts 1 .......................... 77 Fast Facts 2 .......................... 79 Fast Facts 3 .......................... 80 Fast Facts 4 (Audio 1 and 2)....................82 Fast Facts 5 (10/100 Network)....................83 Fast Facts 5 (Gigabit Ethernet)..................... 84 Chapter 9 DSR-6100 Specifications ........................85 DSR-6100...
  • Page 13: Introducing The Dsr-6100

    Introducing the DSR-6100 The Motorola DSR-6100 is a commercial Integrated Receiver Transcoder, designed for broadcasters and headend operators for receiving digital satellite services. The DSR-6100 unit will process both high-definition and standard-definition video services. After the DSR-6100 unit is properly config- ured, it is ready to receive authorization and control information from the satellite operator.
  • Page 15: Connecting The Dsr-6100

    Connecting the DSR-6100 Unpacking and Connecting the DSR-6100 Cable connections, described in this chapter, are made to the back panel of the DSR-6100. Earth Ground Relay/Alarm Terminals Fan Unit L-Band RF Input Ports 1 - 8 Primary Audio Out Fan Unit...
  • Page 16: Unpacking

    ETHERNET ASI IN ASI OUT 1 ASI OUT 2 AUX VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT OSD VIDEO OUT Figure 2-2: DSR-6100 Back Panel (Detailed) Unpacking The shipping carton contains the DSR-6100, quick disconnect terminals, a power cord, and this Operator Guide.
  • Page 17: Rack Mounting Guidelines

    Mobility recommends the use of a fan on top of the rack. Circuit Overloading If the DSR-6100 is connected to a power strip, rather than a branch circuit’s direct connection, use special care to ensure that the unit is properly connected. Always consider the affect that overloading circuits might have on over-current protection and supply wiring.
  • Page 18: Connecting The Dsr-6100

    If cue tones are needed and made available, connect the differential Cue Tone+, Cue Tone-, and Ground terminals on the DSR-6100 to the 600-ohm device receiving the tones. Note: The DSR-6100 provides an alarm relay that can be used to signal an alarm condition. To indicate an alarm, the DSR-6100 provides a short-circuit electrical connection between the NC and CM terminals and an open-circuit electrical connection between the NO and CM terminals.
  • Page 19: Remote Operation

    Caution: To use DSR-6100 remote operation, each DSR-6100 on the subnet must be assigned a unique IP address. Failure to assign a unique IP address to each DSR-6100 on the subnet will result in loss of connectivity with the original IP address conflict.
  • Page 20: To Operate Remotely

    To operate the DSR-6100 remotely Open a browser session, type the decoder’s unique IP address in the address bar, and press the ENTER key. For example, if the decoder is configured with IP address 10.11.23.60, then go to the browser, type: in the address bar, and press ENTER.
  • Page 21: Operating The Dsr-6100

    Relay 2 Bypass Relay 3 Signal Alarm Download Figure 3-1: DSR-6100 Front Panel Relay 1 - 3 Illuminates when relays 1, 2, or 3 are activated. Alarm Illuminates when the unit enters an alarm state. Authorized Illuminates when the unit is authorized by the service provider.
  • Page 22: 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 23: Navigating The Menus

    Placing the blinking cursor on those arrows and using those arrow buttons will reveal each of the available choices for that field, one at a time. To store changes in a field and move back up to the label line, press the ENTER button. DSR-6100...
  • Page 24: How To Use The Menus

    DSR-6100 E Install Channel IP Status Diag The DSR-6100 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...
  • Page 25: 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, Status menus, and Diagnostic menus. DSR-6100...
  • Page 27: Diagnostic Menus

    Diagnostic Menus DIAGNOSTIC MENUS UNIT ADDRESS ddd-ddddd-ddddd-ddd TV PASS CARD Status Not Inserted AUDIO TEST SIGNAL L1/R1 L2/R2 VIDEO TEST SIGNAL Pattern AD INSERTION TEST Cue Tone Relay DSR-6100...
  • Page 28: Installation Menus

    With the blinking cursor at the upper left, press ENTER button to return to the main top-level menu. Press the 4 buttons until the cursor is at the Install label, and press the ENTER button. The DSR-6100 displays the previously selected sub-menu. Manual Tune Menu Use this menu to begin to acquire a DigiCipher II system signal, by selecting a transponder frequency for one of the eight L-Band inputs.
  • Page 29: Asi Usage

    The following screen prompts the user to confirm the selection and exit the field. If you press any arrow button ( 4 ) at this point, the Caution screen disappears and the MANUAL TUNE menu reappears without any changes. To set the port selection, press the ENTER button. DSR-6100...
  • Page 30: Gige Input Ip Addr Field

    Skip to page 30 to set the remaining installation fields. RF Usage Use this section to select one of the eight RF input ports so that the DSR-6100 can acquire the DigiCipher II system signal and automatically download network data required for operation.
  • Page 31: Input Field

    Press the  buttons to scroll to the input that is connected. Unless changed, the DSR-6100 displays Port 1. Press ENTER to confirm the selection and return to the top line of the menu. If Port 1 through Port 8 is selected, then use the arrow buttons ( 4...
  • Page 32: Xpndr Field

    Xpndr label. Then press the ENTER button to move into the field. Then press the  buttons to select the desired transponder number. Since the associated transponder/frequency tables are stored in the DSR-6100, scroll through the transponder numbers and notice that the associated frequency (shown in the LFreq field to the right) automatically changed with the selection (970-1430 MHz).
  • Page 33: Modulation Menu

    DCII-MAN, or DVBS2. Select a mode and press ENTER to exit the field. Note: In order to receive a DVB-S2 modulated carrier, the DSR-6100 must be set to DVBS2 mode, and the correct Symbol Rate (Msps) must be entered in the Symbol field.
  • Page 34: Port Menu

    Manual Tune menu has the Input field set to ASI In or GigE In. That option is described on page 25. Because the DSR-6100 has eight RF input ports that can potentially be used to switch and tune signals from multiple satellite antenna, the DSR-6100 demands...
  • Page 35: Sat Field

    Press the  buttons to display the options: OFF and ON. When the ON option is selected, the DSR-DSR-6100 supplies 16-22 VDC on the RF In Port 1 antenna input connector, as shown in Figure 2-2 on page 10.
  • Page 36: Audio1 And Audio2 Menus

    This caution message denotes possible conflicts between this menu and the language selection menus that could mute the audio. By pressing the ENTER button (ignoring the caution), the DSR-6100 changes to Dual Mono, and uses the language previously selected for Mono (or Stereo) for both left and right channels.
  • Page 37: Compress Field

    • Compression is not used and provides full dynamic range of the audio signal. Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection and exit the field. DSR-6100...
  • Page 38: Audio1 And Audio2 Gain Menus

    Audio1 and Audio2 Gain Menus These menus allow adjustment of the audio signal output level from +00 to -20 dB, in 1 dB increments. Press the  buttons until the desired menu appears (either AUDIO1 GAIN or AUDIO2 GAIN). AUDIO1 GAIN Left Mode Right...
  • Page 39: Alarm Menu

    Alarm Menu This menu allows the user to set up different bypass modes in case the DSR-6100 goes into an alarm condition. Press the  button until the Alarm menu is located (shown below). The alarm can be activated for any of the following conditions: •...
  • Page 40: Bypass Field

    The Bypass mode is activated and the DSR-6100 loops through the auxiliary video and audio inputs regardless of DigiCipher II system service authorization status. The Bypass LED on the front panel is always lit when the DSR-6100 is in the bypass state. • Disabled...
  • Page 41: Asi Output Menu

    54 Mbps or 81 Mbps, depending on whether PID aliasing is enabled or not. When PID aliasing is enabled, the DSR-6100 outputs an MPEG-4 transport stream that contains only one MPEG program and at a data rate of 54 Mbps;...
  • Page 42 Subtitles 0x1040+i (See Note) Subtitles are not supported by the DSR-6100. However, if they are carried in the input, the DSR-6100 will pass through subtitles in Program 2 using the PIDs from the unanticipated component PID pool (described below). ISOC...
  • Page 43: Enable Field

    Pid Alias Field Default: On When this field is set On, the DSR-6100 remaps all PIDs to a constantly-set of values and incorporates the remapped value in the output transport stream. When the Uplink Programmer enforces PID aliasing, the PID Alias field displays Lock On and becomes uneditable.
  • Page 44: Power Cycle Option

    Otherwise, press the ENTER button to proceed. The following message displays. Factory Default reset in progress.. Power Cycle Option The Power Cycle option reboots the DSR-6100 without losing internal user setup information or downloaded network information. Pressing the ENTER button causes the following caution message to appear.
  • Page 45: Video Out Menu

    Firmware Menu Press the  buttons until the Firmware menu appears. This menu displays the DSR-6100's firmware release information, which is equivalent to the product version number. This menu cannot be changed, but since the firmware is periodically updated, this menu confirms that the update was successful. This menu is used most commonly in troubleshooting.
  • Page 46: Upgrade Field

    Current Field This non-editable field pertains to the file selected in the File field and indicates the ID for the current segment received by the DSR-6100 during the download of the file. Rcvd Field This non-editable field indicates the number of segments that the DSR-6100 has received for the file selected in the File field.
  • Page 47: Channel Menus

    4 buttons to select the digit to change and then, while the cursor is on that digit, press the  buttons to display the required value. Repeat this process for each applicable digit. Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection and exit the field. DSR-6100...
  • Page 48: Xpndr Field

    Press any arrow button ( 4 ) to back out of the field and leave it unchanged. Otherwise, press the ENTER button to proceed. Note: The DSR-6100 cannot decode the chosen Virtual Channel until a port is set up with the applicable satellite and polarity information.
  • Page 49: Mpeg Select Menu

    MPEG program number. Press the  buttons until the MPEG SELECT menu appears. The MPEG program number can be used instead of a Virtual Channel, but only if the DSR-6100 is already tuned to the appropriate L-band or ASI input signal.
  • Page 50: Aud1Lang And Aud2Lang Menus

    Audio1 and Audio2 outputs. Also, use this menu to view the mode of the audio signal as it is received from the programmer and before any subsequent down mixing that the DSR-6100 may perform. Press the  buttons until the desired menu appears (either AUD1LANG or AUD2LANG).
  • Page 51: Left And Right Fields

    DSR-6100 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-6100 uses the default language.
  • Page 52: Text Lang Menu

    Text Lang Menu This Text Language menu has the Display field and is used to modify and view the status of the language of the video subtitles. Press the  buttons until the Text Lang (Text Language) menu appears. TEXT LANG Display Display Field Default: Off...
  • Page 53: Subtitle Field

    Press the  buttons to specify the desired option. Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection and exit the field. Note: If the Display field is set to Status, use the read-only Subtitle field to view the current language. DSR-6100...
  • Page 54: Ip Menus

    Use the following procedure to view the 10/100 MAC address for the left Ethernet port on the back panel of the DSR-6100. Press the  buttons until the 10/100 MAC Address menu appears. This menu displays the Ethernet port’s MAC address.
  • Page 55: 10/100 Ip Address Menu

    Use the following procedure to set and view the IP address for the left Ethernet port on the back panel of the DSR-6100. Press the  buttons until the IP Address menu appears. Use this menu to enter an IP address for the Ethernet port. The address is represented in the common dotted-decimal format.
  • Page 56: 10/100 Default Gateway Menu

    Use the following procedure to set and view the GigE IP address for the right Ethernet port on the back panel of the DSR-6100. Press the  buttons until the GigE IP Address menu appears. The address is represented in the common dotted- decimal format.
  • Page 57: Gige Subnet Mask Menu

    Use the following procedure to set and view the GigE Subnet Mask for the right Ethernet port on the back panel of the DSR-6100. Press the  buttons until the GigE Subnet Mask menu appears. The GigE subnet mask is represented in the common dotted-decimal format.
  • Page 58: Gige Ts Mode Menu

    Press the  buttons to choose either Off or On. When On is selected, the DSR-6100 outputs an IP stream that contains DSMCC data, when the input MPEG-4 program contains DSMCC data. Press ENTER to confirm the selection and exit the field.
  • Page 59: Gige Passthru Dest Addr Menu

    Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Port label, and press the ENTER button to move into the field. Use the arrow button ( 4 ) to enter the desired value and then press the ENTER button to confirm the selection and exit the field. DSR-6100...
  • Page 60: Status Display Menus

    Status Display Menus Status display menus provide information regarding the current status of the DSR-6100. This menu lists important Satellite Multiplex Decrypter parameters. These fields are not editable, and the displayed information is either (1) the result of changes in an installation or channel selection menu, or (2) a parameter the DSR-6100 reports as part of its operation.
  • Page 61: Status1 Menu

    When this field displays Local Control, this means the panel is not locked and the local user has access to all menu functions. This means the DSR-6100 provides typical front-panel control. All menus and fields operate as described in this manual.
  • Page 62: Status2 Menu

    Status2 Menu This menu does not appear if the Input field (described on page 25) is set to ASI In or GigE In. Press the  buttons until the STATUS2 menu appears. This screen displays the source name, channel number, and the signal quality of the incoming signal.
  • Page 63: Status4 Menu

    This menu does not appear if the Input field (described on page 25) is set to ASI In or GigE In. Press the  buttons until the STATUS5 menu appears. This screen displays the sync, Eb/No, and authorization state of the DSR-6100. DSR-6100...
  • Page 64: Sync Field

    Sync Field This status-only field displays the acquisition Sync state. The Sync state can be either Locked or Tuning. Eb/No Field This status-only field displays a value from 0.0 to 35.0 that designates a measurement of the signal-to-noise ratio. Authorize State Field This status-only field displays the authorization state of the currently-selected channel.
  • Page 65: Status6 Menu

    Status6 Menu Press the  buttons until the STATUS6 menu appears. This screen displays the DSR-6100’s Memory (free memory) and Flash memory. Memory Field This status-only field displays the amount of free volatile memory in MB units that is available for use by the operating system.
  • Page 66: Status8(Sd) Menu

    Status8(SD) Menu Press the  buttons until the Status8(SD) menu appears. This screen displays the audio encoding configuration for the transcoded SD program. Audio Field Use this field to choose which audio channel to display the status. Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Audio field, then use the ...
  • Page 67: Status9(Hd) Menu

    The Mode field indicates the mode (stereo or mono) of the transcoded audio for the selected audio channel. Dashes (---) designate no information is available. BitRt Field The Bit Rate field indicates the data rate of the transcoded audio. Dashes (---) designate no information is available. DSR-6100...
  • Page 68: Status11 Menu

    Status11 Menu Press the  buttons until the Status11 menu appears. This status-only screen displays the multicast IP Address and Link status of the GigE input when receiving a transport stream input. Addr field This status-only field displays the multicast IP address (range 224.000.000.000 to 239.255.255.255) that is currently used to receive an input transport stream in the common dotted-decimal format.
  • Page 69: Diagnostic Menus

    Diagnostic Menus Use the DSR-6100's diagnostic menu to acquire information for troubleshooting purposes. The menus also provide test waveforms and use other diagnostic information displayed on an NTSC television monitor connected through the back panel video output. CAUTION: Turning on diagnostics changes the video or audio output, and these diagnostic screens or tones may be transmitted to the cable customers if the unit is connected to the cable plant.
  • Page 70: Unit Address Menu

    DSR-6100's 16-digit electronic address (range: 000-00000-00000-000 to 999-99999-99999-999). The program provider uses this address to identify a specific DSR-6100 for authorization and retune messages. The display enables the user to view the address from the front panel rather than reading the label on the back panel.
  • Page 71: L1/R1 And L2/R2 Fields

    Unmod Y Ramp Off (Default) Test signals override any active service component, and the DSR-6100 displays diagnostics over the video test patterns if diagnostics are enabled. (For details, see "Menus Field" on page 63.) To disable the selected video test signal, return to the Off setting or press the ENTER button to exit the field.
  • Page 72: Ad Insertion Test Menu

    Ad Insertion Test Menu Ad insertion signals are generated by the DSR-6100, but controlled by the uplink programmer. Local cable companies use ad insertion signals to control and to queue the insertion of commercials in cable headends. There are two ways to provide ad insertion.
  • Page 73: Chapter 4 Troubleshooting

    See "Installation Menus" on lock. configured. modulation, and frequency page 22. setting. Incorrect output audio Wrong language Confirm audio connection See "AUD1LANG and language. setting or audio choice and related audio AUD2LANG Menus" on port connection. language setting. page 44. DSR-6100...
  • Page 75: Chapter 5 Product Support

    Calling for Repairs If repair is necessary, call Motorola Mobility’s authorized repair vendor, World Wide Digital at 1-800-227-0450 or 1-956-541-0600 for shipping address and a Return for Service Authorization (RSA) number before sending the unit for repair. The RSA number must be prominently displayed on all equipment cartons and shipping label.
  • Page 77: Downlink/L-Band Frequency Conversion Tables

    Table 6-2: Calculation for Ku-Band Transponders (Using 12,019 MHz Downlink Frequency) Example calculation Formula for converting a Ku-band Frequency to an L-band Frequency if downlink frequency is 12,019 MHz Frequency Downlink (DL) <minus> 10,750 MHz <equals> Frequency (L-band) 12,019 MHz -10,750 MHz 1,269 MHz DSR-6100...
  • Page 79: Chapter 7 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-6100...
  • Page 80 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 81: Chapter 8 Diagnostics

    2. Decimal numbers are right-justified in their individual display rectangle and are not padded with leading zeros (0). 3. Decimal numbers may be displayed with or without a trailing decimal point to distinguish them from hexadecimal numbers. The default is no trailing decimal point. DSR-6100...
  • Page 82: Viewing The Fast Fact Diagnostic Screens

    Viewing the Fast Fact Diagnostic Screens The diagnostic screens (Figure 8-1) are available via the On-Screen Display (OSD) video out using a video monitor connected to the OSD Video Out port on the back of the unit. To view the OSD diagnostic screens, press the  buttons on the front of the unit until the Diagnostic menu appears, and press the ENTER button to access the Diagnostic menu on the unit.
  • Page 83: Fast Facts 1

    IRD. Eb/No Shows the Signal to Noise (Eb/No) of the signal. Signal State Shows the received signal state. It can either be Locked or Searching, depending on whether the IRD is locked to a signal, or not. DSR-6100...
  • Page 84 Symbol Rate Displays the current symbol rate. FEC Rate Displays the Forward Error correction (FEC) coding rate. Frequency Displays the current RF frequency. Virtual Network Displays the DSR-6100’s currently tuned-in Virtual Network. GigE IP Displays the current GigE input IP address.
  • Page 85: Fast Facts 2

    Fast Facts 2 The Fast Facts 2 screen displays the DSR-6100’s port configuration Fast Facts 2 Port 1 + G7(14) Vert ....Defined Port 2 - ---(-) --- ....Undefined Port 3 - ---(-) --- ....Undefined Port 4 - ---(-) --- ....
  • Page 86: Fast Facts 3

    Fast Facts 3 The Fast Facts 3 screen displays information relating to video information 0x0000 0x0000 Field Name Definition Video Locked An indication of video lock status. Yes denotes the video for the unit is being received and locked. No denotes the video is not being received.
  • Page 87 Displays the video Presentation Time Stamp (PTS) followed by the Picture FIFO Depth Count. Chroma Ratio Displays the Chrominance format for the video within the trans- port stream. Video Rate Displays the rate (in Mbps) of the video within the transport stream. DSR-6100...
  • Page 88: Fast Facts 4 (Audio 1 And 2)

    Fast Facts 4 (Audio 1 and 2) The Fast Facts 4 screen displays information relating to audio information. There are two columns of information displayed. The left column is for the first audio program, and the right column is for the second audio program Field Name Definition...
  • Page 89: Fast Facts 5 (10/100 Network)

    Displays address type. MAC Address Displays the MAC address of the unit. IP Address Displays the current IP address of the unit. Subnet Mask Displays the current subnet mask of the unit. Gateway Displays the current gateway of the unit. DSR-6100...
  • Page 90: Fast Facts 5 (Gigabit Ethernet)

    Fast Facts 5 (Gigabit Ethernet) The Fast Facts 5 (Gigabit Ethernet) screen displays information relating to Gigabit Ethernet port (right RJ-45 port on back of unit) configuration Note: To move between these two Fast Fact 5 screens, use the 4 buttons. Fast Facts 5 (Gigabit Network) Network Status = Link Down...
  • Page 91: Dsr-6100 Specifications

    DSR-6100 Specifications Input Frequency Range 950 to 2150 MHz Input RF Level -25 to -65 dBm RF Port Impedance 75 Ohms RF Port Return Loss 12 dB minimum Port-to-Port Isolation 40 dB minimum Transmission Standard DVB-S2 Symbol Rates: 3 to 33 Msps...
  • Page 92 Audio Two pairs Four channels Peak Audio Level +20 dBm analog (0 dBFS) Analog Output Level Adjustable over the range of 0/-20 dB in 1 dB steps Frequency Response + 1 dB, 20 Hz to 20 KHz Total Harmonic Distortion 0.25% at 1 KHz Connectors RF In...
  • Page 93 CAUTION: When connecting any of the eight RF IN ports, the RF-IN Antenna cable should only be connected while the DSR-6100 is properly grounded and the shield of the coaxial cable should be earthed in accordance with Article 820.93 of the NEC, ANSI/NFPA 70:2005, or equivalent.
  • Page 95 Si aucun système de collecte n'est disponible, veuillez appeler le Service clientèle de Motorola qui vous ménagères ou vos rebuts d'entreprise. système de collecte n'est disponible, veuillez appeler le Service clientèle de Motorola qui vous apportera son assistance.
  • Page 98 PLEASE RECYCLE 6450 Sequence Dr. San Diego, CA 92121 Document No: 578523-001, Rev. B...