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GainMaker Optoelectronic Node 1GHz GainMaker Optoelectronic Node 1GHz

The GainMaker® Node is designed to serve as the cornerstone of today’s emerging fiber deeper network architectures.  The GainMaker Node combines the superior proven technologies of both the GainMaker RF Amplifier and Prisma® Optical components.  Available with two or three high level RF output ports, it is the ideal platform for delivering video (digital and analog) as well as high-speed data services over advanced hybrid fiber/coax (HFC) networks.  With its modular design of fiber receiver, reverse fiber transmitter and RF amplifier electronics, the GainMaker Node station can provide the full complement of functions required by advanced networks.

The GainMaker Node accommodates a second forward receiver with an RF switch to accommodate forward path optical redundancy.  Reverse traffic can be combined and routed to FP, DFB, or CWDM reverse transmitters.  The High Gain Dual launch amplifier module provides two high-level outputs (with the ability to split one internally to feed a third port).   Additionally, the GainMaker Node is available with an optional custom status monitoring transponder for use with Scientific-Atlanta’s ROSA / TNCS status monitoring and control element manager.  On-board temperature, automatic gain control (AGC) levels, RF switch position, power supply condition, as well as other features/parameters can be monitored through this transponder.

Installation of the GainMaker Node is quick and easy.  The GainMaker Node can be ordered as a complete node or as an upgrade kit for existing GainMaker System amplifiers.  The fiber receiver is delivered with preconnectorized fiber terminations.  The optional preconnectorized cable stub is the ideal method for connecting the GainMaker Node to the fiber network (see cable stubs data sheet).  External termination connectors are also available for central strength member and LXE style fiber optic cables.  The GainMaker Node includes a 4-fiber handling tray for these cables.

System reliability and upgrade flexibility are integral to the construction of the GainMaker Node.  Key features include a chromate plated housing to withstand harsher operating environments, local status monitoring of each module, and a 1 GHz housing for future higher bandwidth applications.

GS7000 4-Port Node 1.2GHz GS7000 4-Port Node 1.2GHz

The Model GS7000 4-Port Node is Scientific-Atlanta’s latest generation 1.2 GHz optical node platform and utilizes a  completely new housing designed for optimal heat dissipation.  This platform allows independent segmentation and redundancy for both the forward and reverse paths in a reliable, cost-effective package.

The forward path of the Model GS7000 Node can be deployed with a single broadcast 1310/1550 nm optical receiver distributing common services to either four output ports (all high level) or six output ports (two high level and four lower level).  The forward path can also be segmented by using two independent optical receivers that each feed half of the node’s output ports (left/right segmentation).  Forward path optical redundancy is supported via the use of optional redundant optical receivers.   The type of forward path segmentation and/or redundancy is determined by the type of Forward Configuration Module installed in the node.

The Model GS7000 Node’s reverse path is equally flexible.  Reverse traffic can be segmented or combined and routed to a maximum of 4 FP, DFB, or CWDM reverse optical transmitters, or to advanced Baseband Digital Reverse optical transmitters as part of Scientific-Atlanta’s bdr™ system.  Reverse path optical redundancy is supported via the use of optional redundant optical transmitters.  The type of reverse path segmentation and/or redundancy is determined by the type of Reverse Configuration Module installed in the node.  A Reverse Input Port is also provided for high frequency (5 - 210 MHz) reverse signal injection.

All optical transmitters and optical receivers used in the GS7000 have new high profile module covers that include both a self-contained fiber pigtail storage area and an integrated pull ring for easier module installation and removal.  Additionally, the GS7000 optical receiver is a new low-current design that dissipates less power and incorporates a two state interstage RF attenuator switch for performance optimization.

Model 6940 Nodes Model 6940 Nodes

The Model 6940 Collector/Terminator Node is a three port unbalanced node of the Prisma Model 6940 Node family, specially designed for the collector / terminator architecture.
In the forward path, the high gain optical receiver in both the collector node and the terminator node accepts 1310 and 1550 nm wavelength optical inputs and provides forward RF output to the launch amplifier module.  The launch amplifier has three unbalanced forward RF outputs, one of which has a 5 dB higher level than the other two.
In the reverse path, the launch amplifier in both the collector node and the terminator node has three reverse RF inputs fed from the HFC plant.  The three RF inputs to the terminator node are combined and amplified in the launch amplifier and routed to an RF output port.  The RF output is routed to the collector node through an operator-installed, hard-line coaxial cable.  The collector node combines this RF signal with its three reverse input signals.  The combined reverse signals from both the terminator and collector node are amplified and routed to the collector node’s reverse transmitter for optical transmission to the headend or hubsite.
The Model 6940 Collector/Terminator Node utilizes a standard Model 6940 Node housing.  The housing incorporates many features that enhance ease of use and reliability, such as a separate AC powering port, optional redundant power supply, and extended ports to allow for easy heat shrink weather protection.
The Model 6940 Collector/Terminator Node can also be configured with a Scientific-Atlanta status monitoring transponder.  The transponder, in conjunction with Transmission Network Control System (TNCS), or other compatible element management system, enables remote monitoring of critical node related parameters, and remote control of each optional reverse path switch for ingress troubleshooting.

Cisco D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver Cisco D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver

The Cisco D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver (Figure 1) includes a built-in decoder that can decode an MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 Advanced Video Coding (AVC) high definition (HD) program for analog monitoring or a standard definition (SD) down-conversion for composite. Decoding of an MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 AVC SD program is also available for analog. By supporting decryption of up to 32 Cisco PowerVu encrypted programs, this single receiver allows you to efficiently receive and distribute multiple programs.

Cisco D9854-I Advanced Program Receiver Cisco D9854-I Advanced Program Receiver

The Cisco® D9854-I Advanced Program Receiver (Figure 1) is designed for satellite and terrestrial content distribution applications requiring Digital Video Broadcasting - Satellite (DVB-S), Digital Video Broadcasting - Satellite - Second Generation (DVB-S2) and IP reception capabilities with advanced digital outputs for digital tier program distribution. A built-in decoder can decode an MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 Advanced Video Coding (AVC) high definition (HD) program for analog monitoring, or a standard definition (SD) down-conversion for composite. MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 AVCSD programs can also be decoded for analog and SDI output. D9854-I comes with RF, ASI and MPEGoIP input combined with a high-quality SDI or HD-SDI output and optional MPEGoIP output.

Cisco D9859 Advanced Receiver Transcoder Cisco D9859 Advanced Receiver Transcoder

The Cisco D9859 platform  extends the distribution options for MPEG-4 Advanced Video Coding (AVC) HD from MPEG-4 only environments to existing MPEG-2 networks. Support for up to eight simultaneous high-definition or standard-definition (SD) channels of decryption and transcoding provides the advantage of density for locations requiring more than just a single channel. The Cisco D9859 can provide up to 8 down-converted MPEG-2 standard definition programs or MPEG-2 high-definition transcoded programs along with decrypted passthrough of the incoming programs. Video and two audio outputs are available for analog down-conversion for one of the decrypted incoming MPEG-4 high-definition programs. The base Cisco D9859 comes configured for 1 HD and 1 SD output with dynamic licensing options to upgrade the unit in the field locally or over the air using the Cisco PowerVu Network Center  system, supporting a pay-as-you-grow model.

UMH160R Receiver UMH160R Receiver

UMH160R is a powerful and cost-effective broadcast level receiver/decoder. It supports MPEG-2/H.264 SD/HD signal receiving through various inputs, and then decrypt and covert the processed programs/transport steams through a rich set of outputs including CVBS, HDMI, SD/HD SDI, ASI, TS/IP and QAM/OFDM.


It supports multi-channel descrambling, multiplexing, transcoding and transmodulating. It also supports video decoding with two audio channels. With the web-based management interfaces, it is ideal to support advanced content distribution, real-time signal conversion and transmission via an all IP headend system.

Cost-effective for multi-program (H.264 SD/HD) distribution
UMH160R supports to receive all kinds of digital television signal in the world (DVB, ISDB-T and ATSC), and then helps to distribute the signal in a way that operators prefer through its various outputs interface. No matter it is for traditional transmission in a HFC network, or in a all IP-based network, UMH160R can all best fit for the needs of high quality and cost-effective video distribution.

Best Value Solution
Receiving, decoding, descrambling, transmodulation and transcoding all can be achieved in a single 1RU chassis. For small to medium size application, probably UMH160R can handle almost all the system processing, offering best value solution to operators.

Support existing legacy network via transcoding
The trend to HD and H.264 content distribution creates business continuity issue. In combination with the MPEG-2/H.264 mutual transcoding function, UMH160R helps operator to complete the content receiving in accordance with the latest digital standard, and then distribute through legacy equipments and network in a more flexible and efficient way.

Bring more audience
Offer 2 pairs of audio decoding in either digital or analogue format in order to meet the demand of multi-languages application. UMH160R is suitable for the operators who requires multi-audio supporting.

Reduce Operational Costs
The UMH160R can support OTA operation (optional), and allow operator to manage, configure and monitor the IRD remotely with less manual work. It makes UMH160R a top and cost-effective choice for operators who are in need of remote management.

UMH160 Receiver UMH160 Receiver

UMH160 is Wellav’s standard DVB MPEG-2/H.264 receiver decoder. It can receives MPEG-2 and H.264 signals in DVB-S/S2, DVB-C/T, ASI and TS/IP format and convert signals to CVBS,HDMI, HD/SD-SDI, ASI and TS/IP. It also supports multi-channel DVB decryption and BISS descrambling. With web-based network management interface, it is an ideal equipment for large scale content contribution and distribution.

Features:
1) Receive MPEG-2/H.264 signals in DVB-C/T/S/S2, ASI and TS/IP (optional) format
2) Decrypt multi-channel programs via two common interface slots, which support descrambling of CAS such as Conax, Irdeto, Viacess, NDS, Verimatrix/Comvenient, CTI and etc.
3) Support ASI-IP & IP-ASI real time conversion and transmission for signal transmission (UMH160 IP)
4) Support program edition and AD insertion via SD/HD-SDI output
5) Support program filtering and timer function
6) Support BISS-1 and BISS-E function
7) Support online and remote configuration via network management software and SNMP integration

SMP180 Multi Channel Receiver SMP180 Multi Channel Receiver

With a flexible modular design, SMP180 can receive and process digital programs from up to 12 DVB-S2 transponders or 12 QAM-RF frequencies. With a different set up, SMP180 can support program decryption via four multi-channel CAM modules with commonly adopted CAS in the market. With ASI and IP interfaces for input and output, SMP180 can be integrated into any headend systems for content delivery and re-distribution.

1) Variety of inputs including DVB-S2, QAM-RF, ASI and IP
2) Independent ASI and IP output for different applications.
3) Up to four integrated DVB common interfaces to descramble four full transport streams
4) Support program remultiplexing and PSI/SI table regeneration
5) Support EPG/EIT remultiplexing (optional)
6) Support MPE decapsulation solution (optional)
7) Configuration and monitoring programs via NMS, Web GUI or SNMP)

WCD1208 SD Receiver WCD1208 SD Receiver

With improved stability and multiple new features, These receivers provides more options for operators to customize for their unique environments.

1) Fully MPEG-2 / H.264 SD digital and DVB-C/T/S2 compliant
2) ITU J.83 Annex A, B, C support ( DVB-C )
3) Support advertising in boot screen, menu and programs
4) Super fast teletext (OSD)
5) Multi-languages EPG, teletext and DVB subtitle support
6) True color on screen display with multiple languages
7) Up to 5,000 TV and radio channels programmable
8) Variable Aspect Ratio (4:3, 16:9) with Pan Vector and Letter Box
9) Four search modes: Manual/NIT/All frequency/Advanced
10) CAS Suppor, including: Conax, Verimatrix, Wellfly, Comvenient /Betacrypt, DV-Crypt, CTI& more
11) 8 favorite channel groups setting, 10 timer setting and parental lock function
12) Software upgrades through RS232 port

DSR-4410 Commercial Satellite Receiver DSR-4410 Commercial Satellite Receiver

The DSR-4410 IRD from Motorola brings the latest technology advances from the recognized leader in satellite program delivery. Building on the DigiCipher® II platform, the DSR-4410 IRD is affordable and easy to use. The DSR-4410 is designed to deliver outstanding video and audio performance. This receiver can output either NTSC or PAL video formats, automatically matching the programmer s video format. With a variable front end and bypass capabilities, the DSR-4410 is ideally suited for network conversion from analog to digital. Equipped with DVB ASI input and output, the DSR-4410 is ready to connect to the rest of your head end equipment.

* MPEG-2 Main Level@Main Profile
* DigiCipher® II MegaPipe+ Support
* Variable tuning from 4 MHz to 36 MHz
* Dolby® Digital and MPEG layer II audio processing
* VBI reinsertion SID/AMOL-II, NABTS and closed caption
* Stackable 1RU chassis design
* DigiCipher II conditional access control
* Quick disconnect screw terminals for easy installation
* Bypass video and audio inputs
* DTMF cue tones for local ad insertion
* ASI input and/or output for easy connection to digital cable headend products
* 10/100 BaseT Ethernet port for datacasting and/or SNMP monitoring and control
* Dedicated video diagnostics output

DSR-4440 Integrated Receiver/Decoder DSR-4440 Integrated Receiver/Decoder

The ARRIS DSR-4440 Integrated Receiver/Decoder brings revolutionary technology advances from a recognized leader in satellite program delivery. The DSR-4440 decodes MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 services and delivers outstanding video and audio performance. Its sleek packaging design fits in a standard 19” relay rack and requires only a single rack unit of space. The DSR-4440 comes equipped with industry standard output interfaces such as Gig-E and dual ASI outputs that enable seamless connections to headend equipment. With advanced modulation support, the DSR-4440 supports both DVB-S QPSK and DVB-S2 QPSK/8PSK.

DSR-4460 Receiver DSR-4460 Receiver

The ARRIS DSR-4460 brings revolutionary technology advances from a recognized leader in satellite program delivery. This integrated receiver/decoder can decode an MPEG-2 or MPEG-4, HD or SD service, and deliver outstanding video and audio performance via HD/SD-SDI output or analog/composite video output. Its sleek packaging design fits in a standard 19” relay rack and requires only a single rack unit of space. The DSR-4460 comes equipped with industry standard output interfaces such as Gig-E and dual ASI outputs that enable seamless connections to headend equipment. With advanced modulation support, the DSR-4460 supports both DVB-S QPSK and DVB-S2 QPSK/8PSK.

DSR-6000 Integrated Receiver/Decoder DSR-6000 Integrated Receiver/Decoder

The ARRIS DSR-6000 Integrated Receiver/Decoder brings revolutionary technology advances from a recognized leader in satellite program delivery. Building on the existing 6000 IRD product family, the DSR-6000 is capable of decoding MPEG-2 services and delivering outstanding video and audio performance. Its sleek packaging design fits in a standard 19" relay rack and requires only a single rack unit of space.

Opti Max OM1111 Node Opti Max OM1111 Node

The ARRIS Opti Max™ OM1111 provides cable operators with a compact, single high output node to service small subscriber groups, small/medium business customers and MDUs.

The OM1111’s 1 GHz bandwidth enables cable operators to increase downstream capacity for HDTV, Video on Demand, VoIP, high speed data/internet, and other value-added services. Return bandwidth options extend to 85 MHz to support additional revenue generating service offerings. CWDM transmitters allow multiple nodes to be combined onto a single fiber with ruggedized optical passives, maximizing the optical spectrum that is available in fiber-scarce architectures.


Opti Max OM2100 Node Opti Max OM2100 Node

The ARRIS Opti Max™ OM2100 cabinet node provides an ideal segmentation solution for street cabinet and pedestal applications. The Opti Max 2100 supports CWDM, DWDM, and ARRIS CORWave® multiwavelength technologies, allowing cable operators to maximize their fiber allocation. The node supports downstream 2X segmentation with the addition of a second optical receiver and is available with optional GaN technology to support a variety of network architectures. In the return path, the OM2100 supports 4X segmentation services with a variety of analog and digital return transmitter technologies. The node is available with a local AC powering option for additional flexibility in indoor applications that require a wall plug in. The node is supplied with a 110V North American plug or 220V universal plug; other plugs can be field installed.

Opti Max OM2741 Node Opti Max OM2741 Node

The ARRIS Opti Max™ OM2741 provides cable operators with a compact, fiber deep solution to manage network growth. The node features integrated segmentation switches that allow future segmentation without any additional parts or expense. The technician can enable new segments by simply adding a transmitter or receiver as required, then flipping a switch to activate the new configuration. By reducing the requirement for additional configuration boards and minimizing maintenance time, the OM2741 provides a lower total cost of ownership for the MSO.

With its premium high-gain receiver and advanced, next-generation GaN hybrid technology, the OM2741 is appropriate for a variety of architectures. The node accepts modules and accessories common with the 4x4 fully segmentable OM4100, easing sparing requirements, reducing inventory, and simplifying deployment training.


Opti Max OM3100 Node Opti Max OM3100 Node

The ARRIS Opti Max™ OM3100 1 GHz 2x2 segmentable node enables cable operators to increase forward capacity for HDTV, Video on Demand (VOD), VoIP, Internet, and other service offerings. 2x2 segmentation in both the forward and return path provides the ability to reduce a service group size by 50% for increased capacity and more targeted services when needed, without having to run new trunk fiber or install additional nodes. Thoughtfully designed drop in lid upgrades* enable service group segmentation by converting amplifiers or older nodes to 1 GHz nodes. The OM3100 accepts legacy PADs and Equalizers to minimize stocking requirements. Optional Digital Return transmitters utilizes pluggable SFPs in 1310, 1550, CWDM and DWDM wavelengths to provide easier truck stocking.

Opti Max OM4100 Node Opti Max OM4100 Node

Cable operators are looking for new subscriber revenue and higher average revenue per subscriber without major CAPEX. ARRIS offers a suite of products and solutions that help operators seamlessly and easily stay in line with future goals, add new services, and strongly position against the competition.

Cable operators need optimal performance in their network architectures to support expanded service offerings such as HDTV, Video on Demand (VOD), VoIP, and high speed data/internet. The ARRIS Opti Max™ OM4100, a 4 output segmentable node, uses industry leading technology and design to facilitate full 4x4 segmentation in a modular, pay-as-you grow platform for optical to RF (RF to optical in the upstream) signal conversion.

Full 4x4 segmentation capability in the downstream and upstream path provides the ability to reduce service group sizes by up to 75% for increased capacity and more targeted services, without having to run new trunk fiber or install additional nodes. The OM4100’s optional premium high gain receiver with on-board automatic gain control (AGC), coupled with GaN technology, operates at a lower optical input level, allowing operators to place nodes deeper into the network for expanded footprint.


Rack Mount Receiver Rack Mount Receiver

The NE1101L utilizes the same tried and true technology as the NE1100L in an indoor rack-mount design with many additional features. Features include LCD display, status monitoring, and front panel controls making it simple to operate.

BTN2 Optical Nodes BTN2 Optical Nodes

The BTN-2 Broadband Telecommunications Node addresses the growing demand for a cost-effective solution for fiber rich architectures. The BTN-2 Broadband Telecommunications Node is designed to support advanced two-way services such as telephony, cable modems, and video on demand. Fully configured to meet your specific system requirements, the BTN-2 Broadband Telecommunications Node demonstrates Motorola's commitment to providing innovative products with advanced capability to act as a bridge to the future of the HFC broadband industry.

The BTN-2 Broadband Telecommunications Node performs lightwave to RF and RF to lightwave conversion in an optical transmission link supporting a variety of advanced hybrid fiber/coaxial network architectures. The BTN-2 Broadband Telecommunications Node supports an 870 MHz passband, provides for improved distortion performance and extended transmission distances, increased system reliability and reduced system maintenance.
With the BTN-2 Broadband Telecommunications Node you have a scalable solution for deployment in broadband systems. It can be configured for two-way operation as required. The BTN-2 Broadband Telecommunications Node optimizes your station space by allowing up to four optical modules: two optical receivers and two optical transmitters. This design gives you maximum flexibility to support your changing needs,making it ideal for telephony and other advanced applications where redundancy capability and field upgradeability/configurability are paramount concerns. The return path can be configured with a single optical transmitter or a RF amplifier output. Return path transmitter options include a 0.4 mw isolated Fabry-Perot transmitter (IFPT), a 0.4 mw non- isolated Fabry-Perot transmitter (FPT), a 1.0 mw or 2.0 mw isolated distributed feedback transmitter (DFBT). In addition, optional ingress switching capability via Headend control software allows the operator to identify and isolate ingress problems and mitigate the effects.

1 GHz Starline® BT® series optical node 1 GHz Starline® BT® series optical node

The Motorola 1 GHz Starline® BT® series optical node, model BTN100, leads the industry in features and performance and is designed to meet the needs of today's expanding broadband communication networks. This optical node provides the perfect solution for system operators who need to deploy fiber deeper into their architecture with the flexibility to expand later.

The BTN100 node can be deployed as a low-cost, four-output, stand-alone fiber deep node or to convert an existing BT amplifier into an optical node. The bases of the BTN100 node and the BT100 amplifier are the same, allowing operators to leave the hard-line coax cable installed when segmenting at an amplifier location.

DSR-4402X Professional Satellite Receiver DSR-4402X Professional Satellite Receiver

The new DSR-4402X IRD from Motorola brings the latest technology advances from the recognized leader in satellite program delivery. Building on the DigiCipher® II platform, the DSR-4402X IRD is affordable and easy to use. Start with the new packaging design that fits in a standard 19" relay rack and requires only a single rack unit of space. The DSR-4402X is designed to deliver outstanding video and audio performance in either DigiCipher II or DVB modes. This receiver can output either NTSC or PAL video formats, automatically matching the programmer's video format.

With a variable front-end and bypass capabilities, the DSR-4402X is ideally suited for network conversion from analog to digital. Full VBI reinsertion on lines 10 - 22 for SID/AMOL I & II and NABTS is standard on the DSR-4402X. Now equipped with DVBASI, the DSR-4402X is ready to connect to the rest of your head-end equipment.

DSR-4530 Commercial Integrated Receiver/Decoder DSR-4530 Commercial Integrated Receiver/Decoder

Building on the DigiCipher® II platform, the DSR-4530 IRD is affordable, easy to use and designed to deliver excellent video and audio performance. This receiver can output either NTSC or PAL video formats, automatically matching the programmer’s video format. Equipped with DVB-ASI input/output and Gig-E output, the DSR-4530 is ready to connect easily to the rest of your headend equipment. For signaling existing headend equipment, a DSR-4530 DTMF tone generator interoperates with ad insertion systems.

DSR-4410 Commercial Satellite Receiver DSR-4410 Commercial Satellite Receiver

The DSR-4410 IRD from Motorola brings the latest technology advances from the recognized leader in satellite program delivery. Building on the DigiCipher® II platform, the DSR-4410 IRD is affordable and easy to use. The DSR-4410 is designed to deliver outstanding video and audio performance. This receiver can output either NTSC or PAL video formats, automatically matching the programmer s video format. With a variable front end and bypass capabilities, the DSR-4410 is ideally suited for network conversion from analog to digital. Equipped with DVB ASI input and output, the DSR-4410 is ready to connect to the rest of your head end equipment.

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Cisco D9800 Network Transport Receiver Cisco D9800 Network Transport Receiver

The Cisco® D9800 Network Transport Receiver (Figure 1) is the most versatile receiver designed offering hardware configurability and Over The Air (OTA) licensing that allows content providers to customize the product to support the gamut of their applications. Designed to support High-Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) and Ultrahigh-Definition (UHD) delivery over satellite and IP terrestrial content distribution networks requiring Digital Video Broadcasting - Satellite (DVB-S), Digital Video Broadcasting - Satellite - Second Generation (DVB-S2), and IP reception capabilities, it future proofs the next network expansion. The D9800 chassis is available in a single stream variant for decoding to baseband digital or analog video and multi-stream variant for bulk decryption and high density transcoding applications.

The single stream variant focuses on single service video decode applications. The integrated video decoder can decode an MPEG-2, Advanced Video Coding (AVC), or HEVC video-encoded service and output the Serial Digital Interface (SDI) or composite uncompressed video. The D9800 is capable of outputting simultaneous High-Definition (HD) and down-converted Standard Definition (SD).

The multi-stream chassis is targeted towards applications that require decryption and/or transcoding on multiple video services within a transport stream or multiple transport streams. The optional satellite front end has four demodulators for sourcing content across transponders. The multi-stream chassis can decrypt up to 32 PowerVu services and transcode up to 16 services of AVC to MPEG-2 making it ideal for content providers carrying a high number of channels. The optional high density HEVC card adds the ability to transcode from an HEVC encoded source.

For content providers exploring migration from satellite distribution to IP, the D9800 offers several options that enable content providers a path to a graceful migration. MPEGoIP is available for leased line fixed bandwidth applications as well as Adaptive Bit Rate (ABR) and Zixi for transmission over the Content Delivery Networks (CDN). For these use cases, the outputs of the receiver remain transparent so any output application can be served with these new input sources.

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