24 in 1 IP Mux-SCR-Qam Modulator

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UVDH-MSQ-04 24 in 1 IP Mux-Scrambling and modulation module is the Mux-scrambling-modulating all-in-one device. The modular design of this device makes each of its daughter cards stand-alone when operating. A single module supports maximum 512 IP (MPTS/SPTS) input and 24 carriers output as well as 24 IP output after multiplexing and scrambling process (RF output for local transmission and IP output for remote sub-head end). It adopts the slot structure with one device supporting maximum 3 modules and 72 channels mux-scrambling-modulation. Each module can work standalone.
This 24 in 1 IP Mux-Scrambling and modulation module has excellent integrated level, powerful performance and low cost, which is especially adequate for the new generation CATV system.


* Compliant to DVB-C (EN 300 429) and ITU-T J.83 A/B
* Support DVB general scrambling system (ETR289), simulcrypt standards ETSI 101 197 and ETSI 103 197
* 2 GE input per module, RJ45 interface or SFP
* Supports up to 512 channels IP input over UDP, RTP (MPTS/SPTS)
* Supports unicast and multicast, supports IGMP v2\v3
* Max 840Mbps effective bit rate for every GE input
* Supports re-multiplexing and MPTS/SPTS multiplexing
* Supports up to 256 PIDs remapping per channel
* 24 QAM carriers output per module, adjustable frequency output within 768 MHz
* Support 24 IP (MPTS) output over UDP, RTP/RTSP per module
* Supports RS (204,188) encoding
* Excellent RF performance, MER≥40db
* Support Web-based NMS Management
* Modular design, 1U chassis support up to 3 modules
* Redundancy Power Supply

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