112 Channels 10G IP QAM Modulator
Short Description:BD-QAM-10G 10G IP QAM processor is an all-in-one device which integrates multiplexer, scrambler and modulator in one body with maximum 112 DVB-C QAM channels output.
BD-QAM-10G 10G IP QAM processor is an all-in-one device which integrates multiplexer, scrambler and modulator in one body with maximum 112 DVB-C QAM channels output. With 10G switch built in, it can process 10G optical signal to work as a traditional QAM modulator.
The device is equipped with one fixed 64ch QAM card and another card slot to expand qam card (16/32/48QAM optional). Its high density helps operators to save cost to the most extent.
Support 3 SFP+ (10G)/SFP(1G) ports input & output from front panel, or RJ45 GE port input & output from daughter cards
High density, modularized plug-in design, 1U chassis with max 2 QAM cards
Support multiplexer and scrambler with 6 CAS Simul-cryption
Maximum 112 non-adjacent QAM carriers output
Supports accurate PCR adjusting/CA filtering, PID remapping and PSI/SI editing
Web-based Network management
Inner Principle Chart (Example: one 64qam card + one 48qam card)
Carrier Setting Illustration (Example: 64qam card)
|Input||Input from Front Panel||Max 512 IP in per card through SFP+/SFP ports 1-3|
|Input from Daughter Card||IP from 2 GE ports (SFP port optional)|
|Transmission Rate||Max 9600Mbps for each 10G SFP+/SFP input|
|Transport Protocol||TS over UDP/RTP, unicast and multicast, IGMP V2/V3|
|Mux||Max PIDs Remapping||256 per output channel|
|Functions||PID remapping (auto/manually optional)|
|PCR accurate adjusting|
|PSI/SI table automatically generating|
|Scrambling||Max simulcrypt CA||6|
|Scramble Standard||ETR289, ETSI 101 197, ETSI 103 197|
|Modulation||Modulation Standard||EN300 429/ITU-T J.83A/B/C|
|QAM Channel||32/48/64/80/96/112 non-adjacent carriers output,
192 or 384Mbps bandwidth for each RF port
|Symbol Rate||3600~7000Ksps, 1ksps stepping
5057Ksps (J.83B, 64QAM) ; 5361Ksps (J.83B, 256QAM)
|Constellation||16, 32, 64, 128, 256QAM|
|FEC||RS (204, 188)|
|RF Output||Interface (per card)||1 or 2 F type output ports for 16/32/48/64 carriers card, 75Ω.
16 or 32 ch qam card : all Carrier out thru one RF port
48ch qam card : Carrier 1~24 out thru RF1, 25~48 thru RF2
64ch qam card : Carrier 1~32 out thru RF1, 33~64 thru RF2
|RF Range||50~960MHz, 1kHz stepping|
|Output Level||-20dBm~+10dBm(87~117dbμV), 0.1dB stepping|
|TS output||Per Daughter QAM Card||16/32/48/64 IP output over UDP/RTP/RTSP, unicast/multicast,
through SFP+/SFP ports 1-3 or GE port RJ45
|System||Web-based Network management|
|Power Supply||AC 100V±10%, 50/60Hz ; or AC 220V±10%, 50/60Hz|
|Consumption||50W(1 daughter QAM card)/75W(2 daughter QAM cards)|
|BD-QAM-10G-32||32channel 10G IP modulator, 32ch QAM out, 32qam card * 1||Request Price|
|BD-QAM-10G-48||48channel 10G IP modulator, 48ch QAM out, 48qam card * 1||Request Price|
|BD-QAM-10G-64||64channel 10G IP modulator, 64ch QAM out, 64qam card * 1||Request Price|
|BD-QAM-10G-112||112ch QAM out, 64qam card * 1 + 48qam card *1||Request Price|
Question1: Please give me access details for 10G qam, login IP, username and password?
Answer: Login IP: 192.168.0.136, user name: admin, password: admin.
Question1: Does tv channel order need to have something to do with Quams? For example, 1st Quam has channels 2-8, 2nd quam has channels 9-15 and etc. Or i can set the tv channel on 1st quam? for example, 1st Quam has channel number 5, 23, 39, 57 and 72?
Answer: yes, operator can config TV channels freely to different qam channel out.