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Index

Antennas
FM/BI antennas .........................................................................5 FM....................................................................................................5 Band I multichannel ........................................................................5 BIII/DAB antennas ....................................................................6 Multichannel ....................................................................................6 DAB..................................................................................................6 Combined antennas ..................................................................7 VHF/UHF..........................................................................................7 Special combined antennas ......................................................8 Diginova ..........................................................................................8 Omninova ......................................................................................10 UHF antennas ..........................................................................10 Monolithic range............................................................................10 X range ..........................................................................................11 V range ..........................................................................................11 Panel antenna ................................................................................12 Infinito............................................................................................12 Antennas UHF Digital..............................................................13 DAT 45 ..........................................................................................14 DAT 75 ..........................................................................................14 MRD ..............................................................................................15 Portable DTT antenna ..............................................................15 Mira................................................................................................15 Indoor antennas ......................................................................16 Active ............................................................................................16

Electronics
Mast devices............................................................................31 Mast mixers Easy F ........................................................................31 Mast amplifiers Easy F ..................................................................32 Mast amplifiers. IF MIX range Easy F ............................................33 Power supply units ........................................................................34 Domestic amplifiers ................................................................34 Accessories ............................................................................36 Line amplifiers ..............................................................................36 Notch filters ..................................................................................36 Attenuators ....................................................................................36 Minikom series ........................................................................37 Splitband Amplification..................................................................37 Kompat series..........................................................................39 Headend amplifiers ......................................................................39 Line amplifiers ..............................................................................40 Line amplifiers IF ..........................................................................42 Programmable headend ..........................................................43 Avant ..............................................................................................43 T03 system..............................................................................47 Single channel amplifiers ..............................................................47 Satellite band ampification ............................................................48 CDC system ............................................................................49 Remote headend controller ............................................................49 T05 Headend equipment..........................................................51 Universal modulators ....................................................................51 Analogue Processor ......................................................................52 Digital Processor ..........................................................................53 QPSK-PAL......................................................................................54 QPSK-QAM ....................................................................................55 DVBS2-QAM ..................................................................................56 DVBS2-COFDM ............................................................................57 COFDM-PAL ..................................................................................58 COFDM-QAM ................................................................................59 IF-IF Processors ............................................................................60 Analogue SAT-RF ..........................................................................61 Hybrid amplifier MATV ..................................................................62 Power supply units ........................................................................62 Accessories ....................................................................................63 - Supports and cabinets ............................................................63 - Various ....................................................................................63 Multiswitches ..........................................................................64 Splitters and LNB swiches ............................................................64 Universal Multimat system ............................................................65 Multiswitches (Star and cascadable) ......................................68 Sofware and tools....................................................................72 Sofware ........................................................................................72 Tools ............................................................................................72

Satellite
Satellite dishes ........................................................................19 Off-set ............................................................................................19 Supports ........................................................................................20 LNB ......................................................................................20 Accessories ....................................................................................20 Feedhorns and supports ..........................................................21 Simples ..........................................................................................21 Multisatellite ..................................................................................21

Mechanical accessories
Masts ............................................................................................24 Supports and clamps for mast ......................................................25 Cables ............................................................................................26 Accessories ....................................................................................26 Towers............................................................................................27 Tower bases....................................................................................28 Tower accessories ..........................................................................28

Index

Optical Fiber
Optical transmitter ..................................................................75 Optical receiver ......................................................................75 Optical splitter ........................................................................76

Meters and tools


H45 ....................................................................................105 FSM 100................................................................................108 FSM 400................................................................................109 FSM 450................................................................................110 FSM 500................................................................................111 FSM 650................................................................................112

Distribution and accessories


Splitters/ Mixers ......................................................................81 Plug-in ..........................................................................................81 SAT-MATV Mixers..........................................................................81 Indoor Splitters ......................................................................82 Easy F connector............................................................................82 F connector ....................................................................................84 Indoor taps ..............................................................................85 5-2400 MHz Easy F connector ....................................................85 5-2400 MHz F connector ..............................................................86 5-1000 MHz F connector ..............................................................87 Outdoor taps and splitters ......................................................88 Outlets ....................................................................................89 Through outlets..............................................................................89 End outlets ....................................................................................89 Multimedia ....................................................................................89 Connectors ..............................................................................89 IEC elbowed shielded ....................................................................89 Joint connectors ............................................................................89 F Type ............................................................................................89 SCATV 5/8 type ............................................................................92 Connection accessories ................................................................92 Cases for Easy F splitters and taps ................................................92 Coaxial cables..........................................................................93

Coaxdata
Coaxdata................................................................................117

Home accessories
Digidom ................................................................................125 Universal remote control units ....................................................125 A/V and infrared transmitters ......................................................125 Domestic modulators ..................................................................127

Technical data and annexes


Conversion tables ........................................................................131 TV frequency bands......................................................................131 Radio frequency standards ..........................................................132 TV standards ................................................................................133 Channel - frequency tables ..........................................................134 Glossary of measurements ....................................................135 Index by references .............................................................138 AENOR certificate ..................................................................140

DTH receivers
ZAS DTT adapter ....................................................................96 Terrestrial Digital Receiver ......................................................98 Satellite Digital Receiver ......................................................101

Ant
Antennas
Made of aluminium and ABS plastic, the Televs line of antennas radiation, drastic changes of temperature and rust. are constructed to resist the hardest climatic conditions as UV
FM/BI antennas.................................................................................5 BIII/DAB antennas ............................................................................6 Combined antennas ..........................................................................7 Special combined antennas ..............................................................8 UHF antennas ................................................................................10 Antennas UHF Digital ....................................................................13 Portable DTT antenna ....................................................................15 Indoor antennas..............................................................................16

FM/BI ANTENNAS
ANTENNAS

Circular FM
Dipole antenna folded in a circular shape to obtain an omnidirectional radiation pattern.
1201

References
Band Gain F/B ratio Length Wind load Wind pressure Wind speed 800 N/m2 1100 N/m2 N/m2 Km/h dB mm N 800 130

1201
FM 1 0 500 27 37 1100 150
Frequency response
G (dB)

Radiation diagram
180

1.6 1.5 1.4 1.3 1.2 1.1 1 80 85 90 95 100 105 110


F (MHz)

270

90

Plane E Plane H

Band I multichannel
Three elements Yagi antenna for Band I reception.

1012

References
Channel Gain F/B ratio Length Wind load Wind pressure Wind speed 800 N/m2 1100 N/m
2

1012
2-4 dB mm N 800 130 6 18 1610 114.3 157 1100 150
Frequency response
G (dB)

Radiation diagram
180

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80
F (MHz)

270

90

N/m2 Km/h

Plane E Plane H

BIII/DAB ANTENNAS

Band III
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

1065 1048 1291

5-12 ch., 7 elements 9-10 ch., 7 elements 5-12 ch., 9 elements

Yagi style Antennas for Band III reception, composed of a reflector, a folded dipole and directional elements. The connection box includes the baloon between the dipole and the coaxial cable.

1065

Frequency response

Radiation diagram
180

References
Elements Gain F/B ratio Length Wind load 800 N/m2 1100 N/m
2

1065
7 dB mm N N/m2 Km/h 9.5 20 1460 71 97.7 800 130

1048
7 9.5 20 1460 69.1 95 1100 150

1291
9 10 24 1650 80.6 110.8

G (dB)

11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280


F (MHz)

270

90

Plane E Plane H

Wind pressure Wind speed

DAB
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

Specially designed for DAB reception (Digital Audio Broadcasting). It is a three-element antenna (reflector, dipole and directive element) that covers the whole reserved band for DAB transmissions. Includes the baloon in the connection box.

1050

1050

DAB, 3 elements

References
Band Gain F/B ratio Length Wind load 800 N/m2 1100 N/m2 N/m
2

1050
DAB/BIII 190-232 MHz dB mm N 8 >15 555 36.5 50.2 800 130 1100 150
Frequency response
G (dB)

Radiation diagram
180

9 8 7 6 5 4

270

90

Wind pressure Wind speed

3 2 100 150 200 250 300


F (MHz)

Km/h

Plane E Plane H

COMBINED ANTENNAS
ANTENNAS

VHF/UHF DTT ready


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

1096

1030 1035 1096 1196 1098

Logaritmic BIII/UHF BIII/UHF 10 elements DAT 45 Combined DAT 45 Combined (black) DAT 45 Combined + MRD

LDED SHIEto r FULLY connec


F

Designed for Band III and UHF reception. The 1030 is a logaritmic antenna composed of a number of active dipoles, each of them tuned to a diferent frequency. The result is a broadband antenna. The 1096 is the combined antenna of the DAT series. Its special design consisting of a triple boom gives it a very high performance.

References
Channels Gain F/B ratio Length Wind load Wind pressure Wind speed 800 N/m
2

1035

1030
5-12/21-69

1096 1196
8.5/16 >20 1050 142 195.4

1098

dB mm 1100 N/m2 N/m2 Km/h 800 130 N 1100 150

4/11 >16 1227 62.4 85.8

8.5/10 >20 900 33.6 46.2

8.5/29 >20 1050 142 195.4

Frequency response
G (dB)

Radiation diagram

VHF
1096
1096 UHF

UHF
1096
180

17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6

180

270
1096 VHF

90

270

90

100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900

F (MHz)

Plane E Plane H

Plane E Plane H

SPECIAL COMBINED ANTENNAS

PRODUCT RANGE

PA TE N TE D

REF.

DESCRIPTION

includes

1441

Diginova

MRD
Margin Rising Device

The DIGINOVA aerial is a result of the experience acquired by Televes's in house manufacturing of high quality aerials. It was pre-ceded by the NOVA aerial and is the first of a new generation. The DIGINOVA aerial has successfully passed the the most stringent environmental testing: climate (temperature, humidity and radiation) plus vibration resistance tests in reference lab, confirming its suitability for universal use.

Product description The DIGINOVA aerial is classified as a high gain aerial. The high performance is generated via a UHF Yagi type aerial with 10 elements and a BIII and FM aerial consisting of a printed dipole, both connected to an MRD amplifying UHF (13dB), while coupling together BIII and FM. Special features It incorporates a special UHF/BIII MRD Multiplexor. This means that: If no additional amplification is needed, the aerial can operate in passive mode. Whilst working in passive mode the TV signal reception will not be influenced as the MRD will not attenuate signals. The MRD couples the BIII+FM together. Additionally when the MRD becomes active it creates a UHF gain of 13dB, endowing it with great versatility. The Televes MRD amplifying concept is supplied with an F connector made with injected zamak. It also complies with the requirements of the Low Voltage Directives 72/23/CEE and EMC 89/336/CCE, modified by directive 93/68/CEE and for evaluation the following standards have been applied: EN 50083-1: 1933/A1: 97 and EN 50083-2: 2001.

Printed dipole and shielded MRD


It incorporates a printed dipole, and the UHF aerial is incorporated within the casing in order to: Reduce the total size of the aerial, making it very easy to handle. Ease of mounting for the installer. A special alloy part carries out the double function of clamp and reflector. Its design notably improves and eases the clamping system. It also enables the installation of vertical and horizontal polarizations.

Low

FM-DAB-VHF-UHF DVB-T

nsum co

ion pt

SPECIAL COMBINED ANTENNAS


ANTENNAS

UHF Aerial.- The UHF aerial has a Yagi 10 element type structure, consisting of a alloy reflector, a dipole and 8 directors on a new-generation printed circuit board. MRD.- The amplifier circuit is a mixed MRD already used in the DATMIX aerial. This circuit is characterized

incorporated with each other and with the alloy clamp through 8 stainless self-adjusting screws that seal the set, protecting it from weather conditions with a protection coefficient of IP22.

adaptable to any requirement

mountaing ease
by allowing the passage of a UHF signal in absence of voltage, whilst amplifying the signal by 13dB when it is fed with 12-24V(dc). This MRD variant mixes the VHF and FM signals with that of UHF.

Versatility.- This aerial is compatible with multiple configurations, as it does not need an exclusive voltage source. Among many other possible configurations, it can be used with an active source, with an electric current injector, or from a headend (AVANT, single-channel,....).

References
Signal FM dBi dB dBV V mA -2 -

1441
BIII UHF 4-7 12 2 102 IP22 12-24 42

Supply.- The DIGINOVA aerial is supplied with accessories including an active source, ref. 5457, that also provides it with additional UHF and BIII amplification that enables the TV signal to be distributed to several outlets according to the needs of the home. Protection.- The protection "dome" is manufactured from a high U/V ray resistance ABS plastic. It consists of a base and cover
TYPICAL APPLICATION

Reflector and clamp integrally made in a single piece of zamak

Antenna gain Amplifier gain Noise figure Output level


(1)

Power supply Max. current Protection index


(1) DIN45004B

Ref. 5457

12 Vdc
TV

Salidas Outputs

SPECIAL COMBINED ANTENNAS

Omninova Antennas
Electronic antennas with integrated elements and split-band amplification, provided with telecommunication band rejection filters. Very high performance antennas specially designed to be used in caravans and campings, as well as a complement or substitution of the community antenna, because it is very easy to install then and they are very robust. European patent.
1444

References
Model BI FM BIII UHF AC DC

1444
Omninova 26 17 28 30 220-240 12-24 10/8 (ON/OFF) 120

Radiation diagram UHF 1444


180

Gain

dB

270

90

Powering Switching voltage Max. consumption

V mA

Plane E Plane H

UHF ANTENNAS

Monolithic Range DTT ready


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

8024 1108 1110 1113 1121

10 Elem., ch. 21-69 (Black) 13 Elem., ch. 21-37, 12 dB 23 Elem., ch. 21-37, 16.5 dB 13 Elem., ch. 21-50, 12 dB 13 Elem., ch. 21-69, 12 dB

Yagi style antennas composed of 13 or 23 directive elements, triangular dipole and double V-reflector.

1121

LDED SHIEto r FULLY c e n con


F

References
Channel Gain F/B ratio Length Wind load 800 N/m2 1100 N/m2 dB mm N
N/m2 Km/h

8024
21-69 7 15 757 27.8 38.2
800 130

1108
21-37 12 28 1174 73 100.3
1100 150

1113
21-50 12 28 1174 73 100.3

1121
21-69 12 26 1180 73 100.3

Frequency response
G (dB)

Radiation diagram 1121 1121


180

14 13.5 13 12.5 12 11.5 11 10.5 10 9.5 9 8.5 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900

270

90

Wind pressure Wind speed

F (MHz)

Plane E Plane H

10

UHF ANTENNAS
ANTENNAS

X Range DTT ready


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

1044

Ch. 21-69, 16.4 dB

The main characteristic of this 43-element antenna is the design in X-shape of its directive elements. Also, because of its double reflector in V and its triangular dipole, it is shorter than conventional Yagi antennas. Very easy to install due to the elements integrated in the support and ready to be fixed up simply by rotating them.

1044

LDED SHIEto r FULLY connec


F

References
Channel Gain F/B ratio Length Wind load Wind pressure Wind speed 800 N/m2 1100 N/m2 N/m2 Km/h dB mm N 800 130

1044
21-69 16.5 26 1290 106.5 146.5 1100 150
G (dB)

Frequency response 1044

Radiation diagram 1044


180

17 16 15 14 13 12 11 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900
F (MHz)

270

90

Plane E Plane H

V Range DTT ready


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

It is composed of a double boom, a double reflector and a triangular dipole. It is characterized for its small dimensions opposite to conventional Yagi with the same presentations.

1443

1446 1443

27 Elem., ch. 21-45, 14 dB 27 Elem., ch. 21-69, 14 dB

144303 27 Elem., ch. 21-69, 14 dB (+MRD)

LDED SHIEto r FULLY c e n n o c


F

References
Channels Gain F/B ratio Length Wind load 800 N/m2 1100 N/m
2

1446
21-45 dB mm N 14 25 1230 83.5 114.8 800 130

1443
21-69 14 23 975 83.5 114.8 1100 150
Frequency response
G (dB)

Radiation diagram 1443 1443


180

15 14 13 12 11

270

90

Wind pressure Wind speed

N/m2 Km/h

10 9 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900
F (MHz)

Plane E Plane H

11

UHF ANTENNAS

Panel Antenna DTT ready


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

1083

Antenna designed for those cases where the TV signal comes from several close transmitters especially suitable for over-water transmission. It is composed of 4 dipoles in a vertical pattern and a reflective panel. Dipoles are in phase across of the line that joins them.

1083

4 Dipoles, ch. 21-69, 14 dB

LDED SHIEto r FULLY connec


F

References
Channel Gain F/B ratio Length Wind load Wind pressure Wind speed 800 N/m
2

1083
21-69 dB mm 1100 N/m2 N/m
2

Frequency response
G (dB)

Radiation diagram
180

14 20 860 139 191.5 1100 150

16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900
F (MHz)

N 800 130

270

90

Km/h

Plane E Plane H

Infinito DTT ready


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

This antenna presents a double array configuration, in the horizontal plane, of circular elements made of aluminium thread. It shares the reflector of the V range antennas and a triangular type dipole in a junction box tested for outdoors. It is as easy to install as the X-range antennas, simply by rotating its elements, which come folded.

1125

1125 1425

Infinito UHF antenna Infinito UHF antenna (Single Pack)

LDED SHIEto r FULLY connec


F

References
Channel Gain F/B ratio Length Wind load Wind pressure Wind speed 800 N/m2 1100 N/m2 N/m2 Km/h dB mm N 800 130

1125
21-69 15.5 >25 1044 67 92 1100 150
G (dB)

Frequency response

Radiation diagram
180

16 15 14 13 12 11 10 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900
F (MHz)

270

90

Plane E Plane H

12

UHF ANTENNAS DIGITAL RANGE DTT / HDTV


ANTENNAS

DAT Antennas
Antennas suitable for digital terrestrial reception (DTT), really easy to install, top of technology due to its electrical and mechanical characteristics.

Very robust clamp.

range of antennas to be directive and, at the same time, wide band. As a result, its response is not only optimized in the highest channels, but olso in the rest of the UHF band. The fact of being directive avoids the reception of unwanted signals that would make the C/N of the original signal worse.

Reflectors are provided with prisoner screws to avoid its loss or its fall during the installation. The triple boom with 8 directors per axis allow this

The balun is located in a fully shielded diecast junction box with a built-in F connector.

ted by human activity (motors, power lines, ...) A perfect impedance matching that elimnates signal reflections which would cause image disturbances. This construction provides two essential features for DTT reception: Very high immunity to most interfering signals generaFurthermore, this standard dipole with its junction box can be substituted by the MRD (Margin Rising Device). Its main function is the improvement of the C/N of the signal, allowing the TV reception in fringe areas. The MRD is situated into the junction box and works in two different ways: As balun, whenever it is not powered. As soon as it is powered via the downlead, this device acts as a high performance preamplifier that helps to eliminate the impulsive noise.

The antenna is provided with a F connector and with an element made of rubber to protect the connection and to protect the connection box against the rain.

Because of the new design of the dipole in a U-shape, an excellent performace is obtained. Its special shape is able to make up for the losses due to the presence of the metalic connection box.

13

UHF ANTENNAS DIGITAL RANGE DTT / HDTV

UHF DAT 45 DTT ready


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

These antennas consisting of 45 elements are specially indicated for DTT / HDTV reception. Fully shielded connection box with F connector. Possibility of inserting a MRD.

1095

1095 1145

DAT 45 DAT 45 (Single Pack)

LDED SHIEto r FULLY connec


F

References
Channel Gain F/B ratio Length Wind load Wind pressure Wind speed 800 N/m
2

1095 / 1145
21-69 dB mm N 800 130 17 28 1020 109.5 150.5 1100 150
Frequency response
G (dB)

Radiation diagram
180

17 16 15 14 13 12 11 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900
F (MHz)

270

90

1100 N/m2 N/m2 Km/h

Plane E Plane H

UHF DAT 75 DTT ready


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

1097

DAT 75

Very high and directive 75-element antennas for areas where reception conditions are bad.

1097

LDED SHIEto r FULLY connec


F

References
Channel Gain F/B ratio Length Wind load 800 N/m
2

1097
21-69 dB mm N 19 32 1825 144 198 800 130 1100 150
Frequency response
G (dB)

Radiation diagram
180

19 18 17 16 15 14

1100 N/m2 N/m2 Km/h

270

90

Wind pressure Wind speed

13 12 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900
F (MHz)

Plane E Plane H

14

UHF ANTENNAS DIGITAL RANGE DTT / HDTV


ANTENNAS

5050

DAT Antennas

MRD DTT ready


The MRD reduces impulsive noise and generates enough gain to permit coverage in fringe areas. Because of its design, it is possible to install it in the antenna at any time, since: When it is not powered it works as an impedance adapter. When it is powered it constitutes an effective impulsive noise reducer and a preamplifier with a very low noise figure.
5550

UHF Antennas

References
Frequency range Gain Output level Noise figure Powering Consumption
(1) DIN45004B

5050/5550
MHz dB dBV dB Vdc mA 470-862 13 102(1) 2 12-24 40
NOT SHIELDED
Anntena Junction Box

SHIELDED
Anntena Junction Box

INDOOR DIGITAL ANTENNA

MIRA
The Indoor Mira Antenna has been especially designed for the reception of terrestrial digital signals. The new MIRA antenna provides: Protection against interfering signals from outside the UHF band (it has filters that reject the mobile phone bands). Better image quality in analogue television. Digital TV reception in areas where other domestic antennas cannot guarantee reception.

1301

Frequency response

Radiation diagram
180

References
Bands Gain Noise figure DC Powering AC Powering Consumption MHz dB V mA

1301
UHF 25 2.5 12 230 75/8 (ON/OFF)

G (dB)

45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 -5
Plane E Plane H 0
470 MHz 862 MHz Mobile phone band GSM

270
Others

90

15

INDOOR ANTENNAS

Active
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

Antennas to be installed indoors, with built-in amplifier.

1332

1332 1331 1308

V-U turbot combined V/U Lupa

References
Bands Gain DC Powering AC Powering dB V

1332
V/UHF 27/36 12 230

1331
V/UHF 20/36 12 230

1308
V/UHF 29/36 9 230
1331

TYPICAL APPLICATION

12 Vdc

1308

Gain regulation Pushbutton out ON led

16

Sat
Satellite
Satellite dishes made of steel and finished with polyester paint. Wide range of LNBs to cover any posible solution.
Satellite dishes ........................................................................19 LNB ......................................................................................20 Feedhorns and supports ..........................................................21

18

SATELLITE DISHES
S AT E L L I T E

OFF-SET
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

7599 Multipack iron 7529 7530 7545 7546 600 White 600 White 650 Orange 800 Orange (Units) 10 100 10 5 100 5 100 5 5 100 100 5 100 100

NEW

Single pack AL 9306 7599 650 Orange 900 Orange Single pack iron 7535 7536 7538 7534 7505 7572 650 Orange 800 Orange 800 White 1000 Orange 1000 White 1100 Orange

754603 800 Orange 7548 800 White

754803 800 White 7543 7544 7571 7569 7597 7570 7568 1000 Orange 1000 White 1000 Orange 1000 White 1100 Orange 1100 Orange 1100 White

7595 1100 White

Aluminium dish Galvanized steel accessory Reinforced L-shape clamp Details

Made of steel and painted with polyester to avoid corrosion Dish size (mm)
Gain at 11.7 GHz Bandwidth OFFSET angle Thickness Elevation angle Wind load Wind pressure Wind speed 800 1100 dB GHz () mm () N/m2 800 130 345.6 475.2 1100 150 26.5 1(AL); 0.65 (FE) 0.7 1060 499.2 686.4 706.2 980.4 739.2 1016.4 912 1254

650
36.0

800
39.0

900
39.5 25 -

1000
40.5 24 0.8

1100
41.5

10.7 a 12.75 1

N/m2 Km/h

19

LNB AND SUPPORTS

Supports
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION (LENGTH, HEIGHT, DIAMETER)

7390 7393 7349 7371 7576 7409 7490 7348

Y wall/ground support 294x294 L wall support offset 284x194 L support 380x350 L wall support 500x450 T ground base 750x200 Embedded base for 7392/7576 (325 high) L wall support offset 281x190 L support AL 425x250

45X1,5 35X1,5 45X1,5 45X2 60X2,9 7390 7393/7490 7349

35X1,2 50X2 7371 7576 7409

Zinc plated surface as well as an special Reactive Sealing Treatment to increase its resistance against corrosion.

LNB
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

7475

7477

7475 7477 7478 7610 7613 7611

Universal single orange Universal QUATTRO orange Universal TWIN grey Universal QUAD grey Universal OCTO grey Monoblock (2 LNB) offset dishes (80 cm) grey

Low noise figure and high gain LNBs.


7478 7610 7613 7611

References
Input frequency Output frequency No. of outputs Gain Noise figure Local oscillator Powering Max. consumption Operating temperature dB GHz Vdc mA C MHz

7475

7477

7478
10.7-12.75

7610

7613

7611

950/1950 - 1100/2150 1 (H/V) 51 0.5 9.75/10.6 1220 150 150 300 -30+60 200 200 200 4 (Hl-Vl-Hh-Vh) 55 2x (H/V- l/h) 57 4x (H/V- l/h) 57 0.7 8x (H/V- l/h) 57 1 (H/V) 57

20

FEEDHORNS AND SUPPORTS


S AT E L L I T E

Single
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

9344

9344

Feedhorn prime focus 9344

Waveguide to receive the electromagnetic radiation and lead it to the LNB.

Multisatellite
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

7508 7592 7516

For 800 mm offset antenna For 1100 mm offset antenna For 800 mm offset antenna

6 6 9

7508

A Televs patent that allows the user to receive signals from various satellites located in different orbital positions with a single dish.

SAT 2

(Astra 19,2 E)

7592

Beam 2

6,2
Beam 1

A1

A2

(Eutelsat 13 E)

SAT 1

21

ACCESSORIES

Accessories
Current injector for LNB powering.
7450

References
Max. input voltage Max. current Frequency margin Through losses Return losses Vdc A MHz dB

7450
24 1 10-2150 0.5 >10

22

Mec
The mechanical accessory line is treated with Reactive Sealing Coating, improving the zinc cover process already applied to every product by adding an extra protection against oxidation.
Masts ..................................................................................................24 Supports and clamps for mast..............................................................25 Cables ..................................................................................................26 Accessories ..........................................................................................26 Towers ..................................................................................................27 Tower bases ........................................................................................28 Tower accessories ..............................................................................28

Mechanical accessories

24

MECHANICAL ACCESSORIES
MECHANICAL ACCESSORIES

Masts
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION
2407
35 1450

3063

30

1450

3009

40

2500

3007 3008 3009 3010 3072 3042 3063 2407 3075

30 mm 35 mm 40 mm 45 mm 40 mm 35 mm 30 mm 35 mm 45 mm

2,5 m 2,5 m 2,5 m 3m 3m 2,5 m 1,5 m 1,5 m 3 m red

3072
30 2500

40

3000

3007 3008 3042

35

2500

3010

45

3000

35

2500

3075

45

3000

Referencias
Length Diameter Thickness Bending moment
(1)

3007
30 1 Nxm 149,85 mm

3008
2500 35 1,5 299,70

3009
40 2 508,75

3010
45 2 656,75

3072
40 2 508,75

3042
2500 35 1 207,20

3063
30 1 149,85

2407
35 1,5 299,70

3075(1)
3000 45 2 656,75

3000

1450

Red

Supports and clamps for masts


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

2117

2411

2414

2415

Mast clamps 2117 Window mast clamp For chimney 2411 2414 2415 L-Shape Tubular Reinforced tubular For bolting 2409 2401 2403 2404 L-Shape 300 mm L V bracket 500 mm U For embedding 2402 2405 2406 2410 300 mm V 350 mm I 500 mm U reinforced 250 mm I reinforced 2409 2401 2403 2404

2402

2405

2406

2410

25

MECHANICAL ACCESSORIES

Ref. 2117
30x1 200 130

Ref. 2411

415

Ref. 2414

130

586

300

32 30 320 30x1

345

315

402

40

Ref. 2415
128

Ref. 2409
90 30 30

Ref. 2401

400
15x30x1

385

90

300

128

30

30

250

Ref. 2403
100 30 40 30 40

Ref. 2404
96 160

Ref. 2402

255

120

260

100 245

500

30 305

Ref. 2405
350 500 30 40 50 6

Ref. 2406
30 40 20 2,5 9 250

Ref. 2410

Cables
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

Steel cables 2043 2044 2045 3034 3059 2 mm 2,5 mm 3 mm 4 mm 5 mm

Accessories
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

2000/2011

2408

2412

Cable clips 2000 2011 Opened Closed Accessories 2047 2408 2412 2413 4361 Jaw clamp for masts up 45 Saddle & clamp Corner piece Mast clamp Guy wire mounting kit 2413 2047 4361

26

MECHANICAL COMPLEMENTS
MECHANICAL ACCESSORIES

Towers
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

180 RPR(*) 3022 3023 3051 3052 Middle section Upper section Upper section Lower section 180 SE RPR 3014 3015 3017 Upper section Upper section w/ring Middle section 1,25 m 2,5 m 2,5 m 3m 1m 3m 3m 3090 3091 3092 3093 3053 3054 3055

360 RPR Upper section Lower section Middle section 360 Colour Lower section Middle section Middle section Upper section 3 m red 3 m red 3 m white 3 m red 3101 3102 3103 3104 3m 3m 3m 3120 3121 3122 3123

450 Colour Lower section Middle section Middle section Upper section 600 Colour Standard section Standard section Guy wire section Guy wire section white red white red red white red red

(*) Spanish abbreviation for Reactive Sealing Treatment

References
Main stainless steel tubes Transversal stainless steel rods Max. height with mast 3m mm m

180 SE
20x1,5 6 7,5

180
20x2 6 20,5

360
30x2 10 50,5

450
38x2,6 12 68

600
70x4 20 104 RPR red colour white colour

7,5 m max. 180SE


3014 3015 3017

20,5 m max. 180


3022 3051 3052 3023

50,5 m max. 360


3053 3091 3054 3090 3092 3055 3093 3123

68 m max. 450
3122 3121 3120

104 m max. 600


3102 3101 Standard section 3104 3103 Guy wire section

27

MECHANICAL ACCESSORIES

Tower bases
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

3019

3020

Serie 600 3106

180 SE 3019 3020 Frame embedded base Solid base 180 3026 3039 3056 Solid base + J-bolts Frame base embedded Pivoting base embedded 360 3056 3057 Pivoting base embedded Frame base embedded 450 3124 Pivoting base embedded 600 3106 3107 3108 3109 Pivot bearing support Guy wire base Tower base bracketry Guy wire bracketry 3108 3057 3124 3056 3109 3026 3039 3107

Tower accessories
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

3034

3059

3034 3059 3058 3125 3105

Guy wire Guy wire Guy wire ring Guy wire ring Top mast holder

4 mm 5 mm (360) (450) (600) 3125 3058 600 series 3105

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Our range of electronic products includes everything the instausing the most advanced technology to fulfill the Guidelines of

ller may need. Innovative designs to make the job easier and

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Mast devices............................................................................31 Domestic amplifiers ................................................................34 Accessories ............................................................................36 Minikom series ........................................................................37 Kompat series..........................................................................39 Programmable headend ..........................................................43 T03 system..............................................................................47 CDC system ............................................................................49 T05 Headend equipment..........................................................51 Multiswitches ..........................................................................64 Sofware and tools....................................................................72

30

MAST
ELECTRONICS

Mast mixers
Band mixers made of ABS plastic for outdoor use. New fast F connectors.
4040

PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

Terrestrial 4040 4041 Universal FM-DAB-UHF (dc) Universal VHF-UHF-UHF (dc)

References
Mixed bands Through losses Return losses Rejection bet. inputs Max. DC bypass Protection index mA dB BI/FM 47-108

4040
BIII/DAB UHF 174-254 470-862 1 typ. 10 >20 100 IP 23 VHF 47-254 1 typ.

4041
UHF1 UHF2 470-862 470-862 5 typ.

TYPICAL APPLICATION

Ref. 4040

UHF

1 typ.

VHF

>40 (VHF-UHF) >18 (UHF1-UHF2) 100 -

FM

DETAIL OF THE CONNECTION EASY F

31

MAST

Mast amplifiers
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

Broadband amplifiers in a housing made of ABS plastic for outdoor use. New fast F connector gives the advantages of both F connector and saddle & clamp.

5357

5356 5357 5358 5359 5355 5360 5362

1in/1out BI/FM/BIII/UHF 3in/1out BI/BIII-FM-U 4in/1out BI/BIII-FM-U-U 5in/1out BI/BIII-FM-UHF-BIV-BV 5in/1out BI-BIII-UHF-UHF1-UHF2 3in/1out BI/BIII-UHF-UHF 4in/1out BI-BIII-UHF1-UHF2 Kits

5688 5691 5698

5356 +PSU 5495 5357 +PSU 5495 5358 +PSU 5495

References
Inputs Frequency range Gain Gain regulation Noise figure Output level DC bypass Input rejection Powering Consumption Protection index dBV mA dB Vdc mA 112 dB MHz

5356
BI/BIII/DAB 47-68 175-254 25/30 20 FM UHF BI/BIII

5357
FM UHF BI/BIII

5358
FM UHF1 UHF2 FM

5359
BI/BIII UHF UHF1 UHF2

88-108 470-862 15 41 15 114 40

47-68 47-68 47-68 88-108 470-862 88-108 470-862 88-108 470-862 see(1) note 175-254 175-254 175-254 25/30 15 4 112 24 70 IP 23 114 40 112 15 20 41 15 25/30 15 15 20 38 15 7.5 114 40 15 20 4 112 18 30 40 15 7 114 40 8 38

(1) According crossover channel: Higher crossover channel: 55 / Lower crossover channel: 30

References
Inputs Frequency range Gain Gain regulation Noise figure Output level DC bypass Powering Consumption Protection index dBV mA Vdc mA dB MHz BI 47-68 26 20 6 111 BIII

5355
UHF UHF1* UHF2* BI/BIII+D AB 47-68 175-254 23/27 20 9 114 40 12 100 IP 23 7 111

5360
UHF1 UHF2 BI 47-68 24 20 6 111

5362
BIII-DAB 175-254 27 15 UHF1* 470-..(1) . 23 15 11 114 40 UHF2* ...-862(1) 23 15

174-254 470-862 470-...(1) ...-862(1) 28 28 8 26 15 26

470-862 27 15 8 114 40 27

1) Crossover channels Refs. 5355, Min: 28, Max: 55 - Ref. 5362 Min: 25, Max: 55

32

MAST
ELECTRONICS

Mast Amplifiers. IF Mix range


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

Broadband amplifiers in a housing made of ABS plastic for outdoor use.


U/Vmix-IF mix

5353

5354 5350 5351 5352 5353 5361

2in/4out 3in/1out 4in/1out 4in/1out

U/Vmix-IF mix 4out

BI/BIII-FM-U-IF mix U-U-Vmix-IF mix

New fast F connector gives the advantages of both F connector and saddle & clamp. Capable of mixing SAT signals.

4in/1out U(1ch)-U-Vmix-IF mix 5in/1out Kits BI/BIII-U-U-U-FI mix

5696 5697 5699 4386 4388

5351 +PSU 5495 5352 +PSU 5495 5354 +PSU 5495 5350 +PSU 5495 (blister) 5351 +PSU 5495 (blister)

Referencias
Inputs Frequency range Gain Gain regulation Output level DIN 45004-B Noise figure DC bypass Powering Consumption Protection index MHz dB dBV dB mA Vdc mA

5354
VHF/UHF -9 20 15 93 2.5 40 FI - 12 350 40 VHF - 1.5 47254 470862 9502200 47254

5350
UHF 29 15 103 2.5 FI -2 350 1224 BI-BIII 18 18 105 5 40 UHF 470862 9502150 47254

5361
UHF 470862 25 12 103 10 UHF FI 9502150 -2 350 mx. 50 IP 23

References
Inputs Frequency range Gain Gain regulation Output level DIN 45004-B Noise figure DC bypass Powering Consumption Connection type
(1) Please specify channel when ordering

5351
BI/BIII MHz dB dBV dB mA Vdc mA 4.5 4768 175254 18 15 FM UHF IF VHF

5352
UHF1 UHF2 470862 27 15 103 6.5 40 1224 40 Easy-F IF VHF UHF

5353
1 CH. UHF
(1)

IF + DC

88108 470862 9502150 47254 18 20 103 2.5 29 15 -2 350 -1 -

9502150 47254 470862 -2 350 -1.5 -5 40 (12V)

see note 9502150 30 20 113 2.8 -2 350

33

MAST

Power supply units


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

8203

5487

5487 5495 5496 8203

100 mA 24 Vdc with F connectors 100 mA 24 Vdc saddle & clamp 150 mA 12 Vdc saddle & clamp 100 mA 12 Vdc F connectors (UK Plug)

5495/5496

References
Bandwidth Mains voltage AC Mains voltage Output current Connection type Dimensions mm MHz V mA

5487
47-860 230 24 100 F

5495
5-860 230 24 100 S&C

5496
5-2500 230 12 150 S&C

8203
47-860 230 12 100 F 66x120x46

66x120x46 143x75x50 143x75x50

Domestic amplifiers
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

DIGI AMPLIFIERS 5515 5516 5517 5514 Dig-Setback 2 In-1 Out-DC Dig-Setback 2 In-2 Out-DC Dig-Setback 2 In-4 Out-DC Digi Ampl 4 Out DC Pass

References Inputs Outputs Forward path Bandwidth VHF/UHF variable gain VHF Output level DIN45004B UHF Rejection between outputs Noise figure (typ.) Return path Bandwidth Gain Output level Noise figure Powering Input voltage Output line voltage Max. output line current

5515 no. O1-O4 MHz dB dBV dB MHz dB dBV dB O1

5516 2 O1-O2

5517

5514 1 O1-O2-O3-O4 47 862 5 >94 >25 3.5

47232 / 470860 24 20 16 12 115 109 108 113 112 105 >20 >25 5.5 530 15 6 10 110 11 6 16

8 97 12
jack:12Vdc/40mA I/P port: 9Vdc/30mA O/P ports: 8Vdc/10mA -

V/mA Vdc mA

230 Vac 11 (each O/P connector) 10

34

DOMESTIC
ELECTRONICS

PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

MATV 5527 5528 5529 5457 5519 5522 5523 5531 5530 IEC, 1 In-1 Out IEC 1 In-2 Out + TV IEC 1 In- 4 Out + TV IEC 1 In- 2 Out + TV, DC 100 mA F 1 In-1 Out split-band F 1 In-2 Out + TV F 1 In-4 Out + TV F 1 In-6 Out IF+MATV 1 In-2 Out TV 5530 5520 5526 5525 5533 5534 5535 5536

CATV 1 In-2 Out + TV Active Return 1 In-2 Out + TV Passive Return 1 In-2 Out + TV Var. Equaliser 1 In-1 Out Passive Return 5-30 MHz 1 In-1 Out Active Return 5-65 MHz 1 In-1 Out Passive Return 5-30 MHz 1 In-1 Out Active Return 5-65 MHz SAT IF IF+MATV 1 In-2 Out TV

References
Bandwidth Gain Variable gain Output level DIN45004B Rejection between outputs Noise figure (typ.) Input line powering Input line Max. Current Connectors O1...O6 TV MHz dB dBV dB V mA type

5527

5528
47...862

5529

5522

5523
47...862

5531

5519
47-320 470-862

5457
47-862 20 14 106 >25 4 12 100

25 112 -

20 14 106 >20

16 13 102 >25

20 14 106 >20 5 -

16 13 12 102 >25

16 103 >25

17 / 27 -3 / 7 105 >25

IEC

IEC

References
Inputs Outputs Forward path MATV SAT IF O1-O2 MATV TV Gain SAT IF O1-O2 Output level MATV TV DIN45004B SAT IF Variable gain Variable equaliser

5533
no.

5534
1

5535

5536
1

5530

5520

5526 5525

3 (O1-O2-TV)
Ref. 7452

MHz 47...862 87,5...862 47...862 87,5...862 47...862 87,5...862 87,5...862 MHz 950...2400 18 24 34 20 dB 18 12 13 dB 19 > 106 112 107 dBV 105* 101 dBV 110** 18 18 8 12 18 18 Rejection between outputs dB >18 >20 6 MATV 7 5.5 5 5.5 Noise figure (typ.) SAT IF <4 Return path Bandwidth MHz 5...30 5...65 5...30 5...65 5...30 5...65 5...65 Gain dB -1 20 -1 20 -9 -7 9 -7

Bandwidth

Ref. 5530

TYPICAL APPLICATION

Powering
Mains voltage (jack) In-Out DC bypass
(*) DIN45004B

Vac mA
(**) 2 tones @ -35dB

230

300

35

TERRESTRIAL/SATELLITE TV

Amplification accessories Line amplifiers


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

References
MATV Frequency range Gain Output level DIN 45004 B Noise figure IF Frequency range Gain Output level DIN VDE0855/12 Noise figure General Consumption Max. bypass current MHz dB dBV dB MHz dB dBV dB

4006
470-862 13 98 < 4.5 23 (24 Vdc) -

7485

4006

4006 7485

UHF 13 dB IF 20 dB

- 2,5 950-2150 20 112,5 < 5,5 60 (1218Vdc) 500 (OUTIN)

Amplifier powered by means of coaxial cable to adapt the input level in the headend equipment. The ref. 7485 also allows the powering bypass current for LNB conversor.

7485

mA

Notch filters
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

References
Adjustments N of channels Insertion losses UHF BIII FM BI Pv n Pv n1 Pv n2 1

4162
2 2 <1 <2 <10 <15 >35 <3 15-20 <3 IEC 1

4172
4 2 <1 <1 <1 <1 >35 <2 Yes 10-15 <1

4007
1 1 <1 >15 <5 <1 F

4162

4162 4172 4007 4163

2 ch. 2 adjustments 2 ch. 4 adjustments 1 ch. F connector ABS plastic case

dB

Pv*

Attenuation Connectors DC bypass


(*) Video carrier n: Tuned channel

4007

Attenuators
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

References
Range Attenuation margin Band DC bypass dB MHz

5165
0-20 47-860 Yes

4005

4005

adjustable 5-2200

5165 4005

Adjustable 20 dB 0-20 dB adjustable, DC bypass

36

TERRESTRIAL/SATELLITE TV
ELECTRONICS

Minikom series - Splitband Amplification


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

Terrestrial 5373 5392 5395 5311 5312 5372 1 input V/U 4 inputs U-V-BI/BIII-FM 5 inputs UHF-BV-BIV-BIII/DAB-BI/FM 3 inputs FM-BIII/BS-UHF 3 inputs FM-BI/BIII-UHF 2 inputs V-U (7+1 outs.)+R5-7MHz (UK plug)

5399

2 inputs V-U (swithchable DC bypass, interstage attenuation) 5317

5313 5314 5391 IF 5363 5317 5319

1 input V-U (6+1 outs.) + R5-30MHz 1 input V-U (6+1 outs.) + R5-65MHz 5 in (BI-BIII-BIV-BV-UHF)

537201 2 inputs V-U (7+1 outs.)+R5-7MHz

2 inputs (IF + mixed MATV)


incudes a 22 KHz switch (0.6 1 Vpp)

IF launch amplifier 2 IF inputs + MATV 2 IF inputs + MATV mixed

References
Inputs Outputs IF path Frequency range Attenuator Equaliser Gain Output level DIN VDE 0855/12 Noise figure MATV path Frequency range Attenuator Equaliser Gain IMD 3 IMD 2 CSB/CSO/XMOD Output level DIN 45004 B Noise figure Return path General Powering voltage Max. power consumption 22 KHz tone amplitude Max. DC current for LNB Dimensions

5363
IF -MATV IF/MATV MHz dB dBV dB MHz -1.5 230 14 0.61 300 (13/17Vdc) 180x110x55 0-20 0-12 35-45 124 <9

5317

5319

IF1/MATV - IF2 IF1/MATV -IF2/MATV IF1/MATV -IF2/MATV IF1/MATV -IF2/MATV 950-2150 0-20 0-15 35-40 123 10 47-862 0-15 0-20 30-35 113 112 96 117 5-30 passive 230 12 180x110x55

0-20 33 119 10

dB

MHz Vac W Vpp mA mm

-2 230 15 180x110x55

References
Inputs Amplified bands Gain Output level DIN 45004-B VHF UHF VHF UHF dB dBV dB dB mA mm

5373
1
VHF (47-454) / UHF

5392
4
FM- BI/BIIIUHF1-UHF2

5395
4
UHF-BV-BIVBIII/DAB-BI/FM

5311/5312
3
FM BS/BIII UHF FM BI/BIII UHF

5372 /01
1
VHF(47-230)/ UHF

5399
2
VHF(47-232)- UHF

5313/5314
1
VHF/UHF (47/87-862)

5391
5
BI-BIII/DAB BIV - BV- UHF

33 34...43 115 116 <6 < 6.5 20 15 60

33 39 115 116 <6 < 8.5 20 15 60 (UHF1)

24 26 113 117 6 9.5 18 40

33 43 115 116

5 (16 - 0+1) 15 (27 - 0+1) 88 101 (Out +1) 108 (Ret. P.)

35 40 117 <6 <4 20 15 60(24Vdc)

20 10 (0+1) 107 <7 20 (Atten.) 18 (Equal.) -

35 37 117 114 <6 < 10 20 60

VHF Noise figure UHF VHF Variable gain UHF Max. preamp current Dimensions

<6 2.5 <6 20 15 60 (UHF) 30 (UHF) 180x110x55

37

TERRESTRIAL/SATELLITE TV

TYPICAL APPLICATION

UHF1

UHF2

BI/BIII

FM

Ref. 5392

MATV

Ref. 5363

Ref. 5435, 6, 7, 8, 9

TYPICAL APPLICATION

Ref. 5373

MATV

Ref. 5363

38

TERRESTRIAL/SATELLITE TV
ELECTRONICS

Kompact series - Headend amplifiers


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

Multiple input (High or medium power) 5384 5310 HP Kompact 5in/1out FM-BI/BIII-U-BIV-BV HP Kompact 3in/1out BI/BIII-FM-UHF

5384

Kompact amplifiers placed in a chassis made of zamak with F connectors. The amplification is carried out in two independent stages, one for UHF and the other for VHF Includes a test output and a power supply unit, which has a very low consumption level. Inputs are provided with attenuators and very selective filters.

References
Inputs Amplified band Gain Output level DIN 45004-B Noise figure Variable gain Max. preamp current Power consumption Dimensions VHF UHF VHF UHF VHF UHF dB dBV dB dB mA W mm

5384
5

5310
3

BI/BIII - FM - BIV FM - BI/BIII - UHF BV - UHF 49 53 118 122 <6 <8 20 50 (BIV-BV-U) 50 (BI/BIII) 30 293x147x48 49 55 118 122 <6 <8 20 50 (BI/BIII + UHF) 13

TYPICAL APPLICATION

BV

BIV

Ref. 5351

UHF

BI/BIII

FM

Ref. 5384

39

TERRESTRIAL/SATELLITE TV

Kompact series - Line amplifiers


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

4510

4511

5385 5308 5379 5383 4510 4511 4513 4512 4514 5323

HP. 1in /1out VHF/UHF SPLIT BAND HP. 1in /1out VHF/UHF BROADBAND Push-Pull. MATV + R5-30MHz DC line powered MATV + R5-65 MHz Hybrid. MATV + R5-30MHz DC line powered Outdoor R5-30 MHz hybrid AC line powered Outdoor R5-65 MHz hybrid AC line powered Hybrid. MATV + R5-65MHz Hybrid. MATV + R5-65MHz 120V MATV interstage attenuation SPLIT BAND

References
MATV path Frequency range Attenuator Equaliser Cable equaliser Gain DIN 45004-B IMD3 (-60 dB, 2p) IMD2 (-60 dB, 2p) Output level CTB (-60 dB, 42p) CSO (-60 dB, 42p) XMOD (-60 dB, 42p) Flatness Noise figure Return path Frequency range Attenuator Gain DIN 45004-B Output IMD3 (-60 dB, 2p) level IMD2 (-60 dB, 2p) Flatness General Powering voltage Max. power consumption Current bypass Consumption 24 Vdc N. of powered amps Dimensions MHz dB

5308

5385

5323

5379

5383

4510
47-862

4511
47-862

4513
86-862 0-20 0-20 0-20 36 (2) > 120 117 111 104 104 104
1

4512
87-862

4514
47-862

dBV

dB MHz dB dBV dB Vac W A (V) mA

47-862 47-422/470-862 47-862 86-862 0-20 0-20 0-20/0-18 0-20 0-18 0-7 0-6 0-16 0-13 35-45 49/54 35/45 37 (1) 37 (1) >120 115/121 115/122 >114 >114 117 112/118 112/119 111 111 95 96/96/105 105 88 95 95 88 95 95 88 95 95 0.9 0.9 3 3 3 8 <5.5/<6.5 6/5 7.5 typ 7.5 typ 230

44 (2)

36 (2)

44 (2)

44 (2)

<8 5-30

<8 5-30

<8 5-65 0-20 12 115 112 103


1

<8 5-65

<8 5-30

5-30 0-20 12 115 112 103


1

5-65 12 115 112 103

230

40-60

40-60

230

14 0.25(Vdc) 220 n (mA) 1 (250) mm

23 (50)

23 10 0.7(Vdc) 1 (Vac) 350 300(3) (700) 2 (600) 293x147x48

30 1 (Vdc) 300(3) 2 (600)

30 2 (Vdc) 1 (450)

15 5 (48 Vac)

15 5 (48 Vac) 430 278x217x100

30 2 (Vdc)

120 30 2 (Vdc)

1 (450) 1 (450) 293x147x48

(1) with amplifier module, 29 dB without it. (2) with amplifier module, 26 dB without it. (3) with amplifier module, 250 mA without it.

40

TERRESTRIAL/SATELLITE TV
ELECTRONICS

System accessories 5456 AC Outdoor power supply unit

5456

References
Mains voltage Output voltage Max. output current Max. power consumption Frequency range Dimensions Vac FIC A W MHz mm

5456
23015 57 5 375 5-860 278x217x100

TYPICAL APPLICATION

FM

C4

C10

C25

C30

C36

C50

C58

Ref. 5308

Floor 5

Floor 6

Floor 4

Floor 3

Floor 2

Floor 1

41

Floor 1

Floor 2

Floor 3

Floor 4

Floor 5

Floor 6

TERRESTRIAL/SATELLITE TV

Kompact series - Line amplifiers IF


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

5398

5397 5305 5737 5398 5365

MP. MATV + IF + R5-65 MHz LP. Push-Pull. LP. Hybrid. LP. Hybrid. MATV + IF+ R5-30MHz 120 Vac - MATV + IF+ R5-30MHz MATV + IF+ R5-30MHz

Hybrid. MATV + IF + R5-65 MHz

* HP - High Power, LP - Low Power

References
IF path Frequency range Attenuator Equaliser Gain Output level Noise figure MATV path Frequency range Attenuator Equaliser Cable equaliser Gain DIN 45004-B IMD3 (-60 dB, 2p) IMD2 (-60 dB, 2p) CTB (-60 dB, 42p) CSO (-60 dB, 42p) XMOD (-60 dB, 42p) MHz dB dBV dB MHz dB

5305

5398
950-2150 0-20 0-12

5365

5397

35-40 118

38 121 12 47-862 0-20 0-20 0-20

38 121

35-40 118

87-862

Output level

dBV

Flatness Noise figure Return path Frequency range Attenuator Gain Output level Flatness General Powering voltage Max. power consumption Current bypass Consumption 24 Vdc N. of powered amps
(1)

dB MHz dB DIN 45004-B IMD3 (-60 dB, 2p) IMD2 (-60 dB, 2p) dBV dB Vac W A mA
(3)

37(1) >114 111 105 90 90 90 2

36(2) >119 116 110 100 100 100 1 <10 5-30 0-20

36(2) >119 119 110 100 100 100 1

40(3) >114 111 105 90 90 90 2 <10 5-65

15 115

20 115 112 103 1 230

20 115

15 115 112 103

23 0.4(VdC) 350 1 (400 mA)

30 1.5 600 1 (350 mA)

30 1.5 600 1 (350 mA)

23 0.4(VdC) 350 1 (0.4A)

27 without amplifier

(2)

28 without amplifier

30 without amplifier

42

TERRESTRIAL/SATELLITE TV
ELECTRONICS

Programmable headend Avant


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

CONTROL MODE
via modem PC

5325

Avant 5 BI/III/DAB-FM-10 UHF-SAT

System accessories 2168 7234 PC programming Sw. + Accs. Universal Programming Unit

Copy
configuration into handset

Paste it to any unit


up to 30

References
Inputs Frequency bands Filters configuration N channels per filter Gain Gain regulation Optimum input margin Manual reg. gain Slope adjustment Output level Regulation Output level Noise figure Rejection Input line powering (5) (Automatic) I max. (4) Mains voltage Consumption Protection index Dimensions
(1)

5325
UHF 1 MHz 9 7 6 dB dBV dB dBV dB Vdc mA Vac w mm
(3)

UHF 2 470-862 0 2 3 0-5(2)

UHF3 1 1 1

0-20(1) 60-105 9 (by single channel) 0-9 117(3) 96-111 9 tip 20 (16 MHz) 24 60

FM BI/BIII/DAB 87-108 47-68/174-230 Automatic 0-25 - OFF(1) 60-85 62-87 9 9 111(3) 76-101 91-106 10 20 (16 MHz) 24 60 23015% - 50/60 Hz 30 IP 20 320x250x60

VHF/UHF 47-430 470-862 69-73 70-74 117(3) 96-111 -

IF/SAT 950-2150 4245 0-12 - OFF(2) 0-12(2) 123 9 40 (862 MHz) 13/17 (22 kHz) 300

Automatic regulation /

(2)

Programmable /

The output level depends of the number of channels /

(4)

Available current /

(5)

ON - OFF - AUTO

43

TERRESTRIAL/SATELLITE TV

TYPICAL APPLICATION

UHF3

TDT

QPSK-PAL

FI 2 UHF2

FM BI/BIII/DAB FI 1

UHF1

Ref. 5436

SAT RF MATV + FI2


234710

SAT RF

SAT RF

SAT RF

SAT RF

SAT RF

SAT RF

SAT RF

SAT RF

SAT RF

Ref. 5325

230V 50/60Hz MATV + FI1

Avant 5 configuration

Avant 5 adjustement result

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ELECTRONICS

Programmable amplifier Avant 3


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

5326

5326 5327

Avant 3 Avant 3 (Broadband VHF)

Accesories 7234 Universal Programming Unit

Main features 5 UHF filters and 1 VHF filter 2 UHF inputs with two possible filter assigments (2-3 or 5-0); each filter can cluster up to 7 channels. VHF input that can cluster up to 4 channels (7-28 MHz) (only 5326) Input loopthru to mix the output of another AVANT3 Broadband output to another AVANT3 Split-band amplification FM/BI input

Ref. 7234 PCT 4.0.

Reference
Inputs Bandwidth Number of filters/output Number of channels/filter General attenuation Filter attenuation Input level Output level Output level IMD3 Rejection Noise figure Input powering (12 dB) Powering voltage dB Vac dBV dB MHz UHF 1 UHF 2 FM/BI 47-68 87-108 -

5326 /5327
BIII (ref. 5326) VHF IN/MIX (ref. 5327)
UHF1

CCIR Ch. 21-Ch. 69 2/5 3/0

CCIR 47-406/ 174-300 Ch. 5-Ch. 12 470-862 470-862 Ch. S11-Ch. S20 1 1-4 0-20 0-15 65-90 115 112 20 (8 MHz) 9 typ / 7 typ 50 mA 113/116 110/113 -

1-5(B.IV) /1-7(B.V) 0-15 60-80 117 114 20 (16 MHz) 9 typ / 7 typ 50 mA 50 mA

UHF2 BIII-DAB

65-90 20 (16 MHz) -

FM

23020% - 50/60 Hz

Out

45

TERRESTRIAL/SATELLITE TV

Stand Alone Modulator


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

The modulator accepts audio and video inputs and it modulates them, according to the standard, to IF 38.9 MHz. The modulated IF signal converts to any channel or frequency bewteen 46 and 862 MHz and after being filtered, it is amplified to obtain the specified output level. The different configurable parameters of the modulator, as well as the output level and frequency, are controlled by the universal programmer ref. 7234.

Reference
Video Bandwidth Input level (75) Modulation depth Differential gain Differencial phase Group delay S/N Ratio Flatness Audio Bandwidth Impedance Pre-emphasis Deviation (1KHz/1.7Vpp input) Distortion (1KHz dev.30 KHz) S/N Ratio Input level RF Output Output frequency Output level (2 ch. and intermodulation at 52 dB) Variable out level Adjustable Vc/Ac ratio Loop-through losses Adjustable Vc/Ac spacing

5804
MHz 5 Vpp 1 % 7386 % -5%(min). 5%(max.) () -5 (min). 5 (max.) ns <100 >53 dB <1 KHz W s % % dB dBm MHz dBV dB 0,04 ... 15 10000 50 programmable <1 >45 >-15<7 46-862 (progr.) 6 dBm (115) >15 -11-18 (progr.) 2.5 (46-862 MHz) 4.5 (B/G) 5.5 (M/N) 6 (I) 6.5 (L) <60 typ. >56 12 600 F 35x197x163

5804

Modulator

Accesories 5174 Modulator Support 19

5804

MHz dBc dB V mA mm

5174

Spurious band level C/N (5 MHz) General Powering Max. Consumption Output connectors Dimensions
T Y P I C A L A P P L I C AT I O N

1 Power Pack/Modulator

Existing Head End

Video Audio L Audio R

Video Audio L Audio R

Video Audio L Audio R

Video Audio L Audio R

Combiner Output

4 channels are added to the existing installation. In this case, the modulators can be mounted in a 19 rack format using the 19 modulators support ref. 5174

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ELECTRONICS

Single channel amplification T03 System


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

Power supply units 5498 5029 T03 PSU 24V/60 W T03/T05 PSU Mounting 5071 5239 5301 5306 5072 5069 5235 Wall mount (10M+PSU) Wall mount (12M+PSU) 19 Rack frame (10M+PSU) 19 Rack/Wall mount (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (14M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (22M+PSU) Various 4221 5074 4061 5073 4071 Current injector F connector Link push fit type Terminal load F connector 75 Blank plate F type DC blocker terminal load

5094

Amplifiers 5081 5082 5099 5087 5083 5088 5089 5086 5097 5098 5100 5080 BI FM DAB S Low band BIII S High band Hyperband UHF multichannel DTT UHF w/AGC UHF High selectivity UHF selective Satellite IF

References
Bandwidth Frequency range Gain Output level Standard Noise figure Regulation margin Rejection between channels Flatness Consumption at 24 Vdc Preamp. max. current (24Vdc) Dimensions mA mA mm dB MHz dB dBV

5081
7 47-88 50 123

5082
20.5 87.5-108 35 114 <9

5083
7 174-230 50 123

5085
32 830-862 57 106 <8

5086
16/24/32/40 470-862(1) / 470-862(2) 50 111/109/108/108 EN 50083-5

5087
7 104-174 58 125 <9 30

5088
7 230-300 58 124

5089
8 302-470 58 125

35 40 (n2) <1

35 30(3) <3 65

35 30 (n2) <1 22 (ch.65) <3 90 100 35x197x83 20 (ch.65) <3 70

30 (n2) <1

30 (n2) <1 90

30 (n2) <1

References
Bandwidth Frequency range Gain Output level Standard Noise figure Regulation margin AGC margin Rejection between channels Flatness Consumption at 24 Vdc Preamp. max. current (24Vdc) Dimensions MHz dB dBV

5097

5098

5100

5099
37 195-232 45 114 di=50dB (2ch 4MHz) <9 35 20 (n2) <3
(1) (2) (3) (4)

dB

mA mm

8 470-862 57 55 48 125/118(4) 120/113(4) EN 50083-5 <9 <11 <11 20 30 30 30 18 (n1) 15 (n1) 50 (n3) 50 (n2) 50 (n2) <1 <2 <2 90 100 35x197x83

2, 3 or 4 UHF channels 5 UHF channels Rejection at 77 (MHz) and 120 (MHz) Analogue/Digital

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Satellite band amplification T03 System


References
Inputs/outputs SAT IF Frequency range Gain Equaliser Attenuator Output level DIN VDE0855/12 Noise figure MATV Frequency range Through losses General Consumption (24 Vdc) LNB Power supply Dimensions mA mm 130 400 35x197x83 MHz dB 47-862 1.5 dBV dB dB MHz 950-2150 3550 0-12 0-20 124 <12.5

5080
2-1

5080

TYPICAL APPLICATION

Ref. 5029 Ref. 2 x 5864

Ref. 4061

Ref. 5074 Processed channels

FM

C4

C10

C25

C30

C36

C50

C58

FI

Ref. 5498 Ref. 5083 Ref. 5082 Ref. 5081 Ref. 5080 Output MATV+FI

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ELECTRONICS

CDC system Remote headend controller


5052/5051 PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

5052 5051

Headend controller PAL Headend controller NTSC

System accessories 5029 5075 2168 7234 5837 PSU Hybrid amplifier MATV PC programming Sw. + Accs. Universal Programming Unit Modem IP Mounting & accessories 5071 5239 5301 5306 5072 5069 5235 5073 4061 Wall mount (10M+PSU) Wall mount (12M+PSU) 19 Rack frame (10M+PSU) 19 Rack/Wall mount (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (14M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (22M+PSU) Blank plate F-Type 75 load DC blocked

The headend controller allows remote control of a headend by using an external modem connected to the phone line or local control by connecting a PC directly to the headend controller. The offered services are: Remote programming of devices. Headends state monitorization Upload the configuration of the headend from a PC. Generate a private TV channel.
4 screen max. 4 screen max. programmable serie, compatible AT 9600 baud 9600 baud 46-862 (or list of channels) 250 805 (programmable) 15 14 typ. <1.5 60 typ. PAL / NTSC 0.6 (5); 0.2 (15)
Device management CDC

References
Devices management Max. number of devices in the bus Bus control OSD Management Headend information screen Programmable data screen Delay between sreens Modem connection External modem Transmition speed RF VSB Output Output frequency MHz Frequency steps kHz Max. output level dBV Regulation margin USWR Output dB Bypass losses Spurious dBc TV standard General Consumption A (Vdc)

5052 / 5051
254 RS485, 3 thread

State screen information of the headend devices.

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CDC System Modem


5837 PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

NEW
5836

5836 5837 5839

GSM Modem IP Modem STN Modem

References
CDC Communication Transmitter W Power

5836

RJ45 (RS232, TX/RX) 2@ GSM 850/900 1@ DCS1800 / PCS1900 -107@ GSM 850/900 Sensitivity dbm -106 @ DCS1800 / PCS1900 Set of AT Hayes Standard Commands ETSI GSM 07.07 for AT and GPRS Standard AT commands GSM 07.05 for AT for SMS and CBS Compatible with Class 1 FAX Maximal Baudrate Kbps 115,2 330 (dedicated mode = active call) Consumption mA (5V) 50 (idle mode= awaiting call)

References
Transmitter bit rate Compression and data correction Command groups Host interface Dial mode Normative Consumption Protection level
* Regarding the line status

5839
V.92 e V.90 / 56 Kbps* ITU-T V.34 / bis/V.32/V.22bis/V.22/V.21/V.23 Bell 212a / 103J ITU-V.44 / V.42bis / MNP5 ITU-V.42 / MNP2-4 AT command groups extended Serial port Tones - Pulses CTR 21 - R&TTE 1999/5/EC 10mA / 5V - 150mA / 15V. IP 20

References
Serial Interface Routing Buffer Ethernet Connection CDC Communication Consumption (5V)

5837
RS232 (TX/RX) 12 Kbytes x 2 10/100 BaseT RJ45 (RS232, TX/RX) 500

mA

TYPICAL APPLICATION

Satellite input

Terrestrial input

TDT

QPSK-PAL

QPSK-PAL

QPSK-PAL

QPSK-PAL

QOFDM-PAL

QOFDM-PAL

QOFDM-PAL

CDC

MODEM

Direc. 1

Direc. 2

Direc. 3

Direc. 4

Direc. 5

Direc. 6

Direc. 7

Direc. 8

Direc. 9

Direc. 10

Direc. 0

RS485 Control Bus

Headend local connection

Modem

Telephone line

headend remote connection

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ELECTRONICS

Universal modulators
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

CONTROL MODE
via modem PC

References
Video Bandwidth Input level (75) Modulation depth Differential gain Differencial phase Group delay S/N Ratio Flatness Audio Bandwidth Impedance Pre-emphasis Deviation (1KHz/1.7 Vpp input) Distortion (1KHz desv.30 KHz) S/N Ratio Input level RF VSB Output Output frequency Output level Ratio margin Carrier ratio Loop-through losses Return losses Vc / Ac spacing (programmable in ref. 5801) Spurious band level C/N (5 MHz) General Consumption Dimensions MHz Vpp % % () ns dB KHz s % % dB dBV MHz dBV dB

5802
5 1 72.590 <4 <4 <100 >52 <1 15 10000 50 programmable <1 >45 >94<115 46-862 (progr.) 805 (progr.) >15 -11-18 (progr.) <1.5 >10 5.5 <60 typ. >56 225(5V) 230(15V) 35x197x163

5802

5802

Stereo VHF/UHF

System accessories 5029 5075 2168 7234 5837 PSU Hybrid amplifier MATV PC programming Sw. + Accs. Universal Programming Unit Modem IP Mounting & accessories 5071 5239 5301 5306 5072 5069 5235 5073 4061 Wall mount (10M+PSU) Wall mount (12M+PSU) 19 Rack frame (10M+PSU) 19 Rack/Wall mount (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (14M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (22M+PSU) Blank plate F-Type 75 load DC blocked

MHz dBc dB mA mm

The modulator accepts audio and video inputs and modulates them, according to the standard, in an IF of 38,9 MHz. The modulated IF signal is upconverted to any channel or frequency between 46 y 862 MHz and, once filtered, is amplified to obtain the desired Output Level. Programmable parameters: Output freq. or channel. Output level. Audio and video levels. Carrier ratio A/V. Audio freq. subcarrier. Audio selection 1 or 2 . Selection signal test. Device address. Remotely controllable via the CDC.

Output spectrum
TYPICAL APPLICATION

L R

L R

Ref. 5029

Ref. 5802 Ref. 5075

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Analogue / Digital Channel Processor


NEW
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

References
Input

5179

5179

5179 A/D Channel Processor

Input frequency range Frequency steps

MHz KHz dBV dB

46...862 D:166.66/125 A:250 50-82 (AGC) 03

System accessories

Input level
5029 5075 2168 7234 5837 PSU Hybrid amplifier MATV PC programming Sw. + Accs. Universal Programming Unit Modem IP Mounting & accessories 5071 5239 5301 5306 5072 5069 5235 5073 4061 Wall mount (10M+PSU) Wall mount (12M+PSU) 19 Rack frame (10M+PSU) 19 Rack/Wall mount (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (14M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (22M+PSU) Blank plate F-Type 75 load DC blocked

Input loopthough loss Output Output frequency range Frequency steps Max. output level Regulation margin Return loss Slope adjustment Output Loopthough loss Equivalent noise degradation (END) General Consumption Preamplifier power Dimensions

MHz KHz dBV

46...862 D:166.66/125 A: 250 805 15 >10 3 <1.5 <2

dB

mA (Vdc) 500 (5); 150 (15) Vdc mm 12/24 (UHF in) 35x197x163

Analogue & digital channel processor allowing the convertion or just processing of both digital & analogue channels. Fully input/output agile though the full VHF & UHF band. Th product can also be used as channel processor suing same input/output channel. The input AGC guarantees a stable output level.

TYPICAL APPLICATION

MATV 5052
ADAPTER

5075

CDC

Programmable parameters:
Freq./Channel (Input / output). Output level Converter/Amplifier Channel slope. Analogue/Digitale mode. Input bandwidth 7/8 MHz Remotely controllable via CDC
Distribution

5029 5179

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ELECTRONICS

QPSK-FM
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

Reference
QPSK Demodulator LNB powering Vdc dB MHz dBV dB Kbaud %

5579
Selec. 13/17 OFF 22 KHz (selec. ON/OFF) <1.5 9502150 1 5 4484 >7 3-45 35 1/2;2/3;3/4;5/6;7/8 RS (204;188) 75 57 <1 35 EN5007/EBV-SPB490 Mltiplex CCIR 87,5 ... 108 100 755 15 14 tip. 1.5 60 tip. 5 Vdc: 450 / 15 Vdc: 300 18 Vdc: 300. 35x97x63

5579

NEW

5579

QPSK-FM

System accessories 5029 5075 2168 7234 5837 PSU Hybrid amplifier MATV PC programming Sw. + Accs. Universal Programming Unit Modem IP Mounting & accessories 5071 5239 5301 5306 5072 5069 5235 5073 4061 Wall mount (10M+PSU) Wall mount (12M+PSU) 19 Rack frame (10M+PSU) 19 Rack/Wall mount (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (14M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (22M+PSU) Blank plate F-Type 75 load DC blocked

Input loopthough loss Input frequency Frequency steps PLL Lock margin Input level Return loss Input simbol rate Roll-off Convolucional code Block code Audio FM deviation RDS Freq. Subcarrier Distorsion Isolation RDS encoding Stereo encoding RF Output Output frequency range Frequency steps Max. Outut level Output level adjustment Output return loss Output loopthrough loss Output spurious General Consumption Dimensions

KHz % dB

MHz KHz dBV dB dBc mA mm

The QPSK/FM transmodulator can modulate in an FM carrier 88-108 MHz the digital audio stream from a DVB-S transponder. The DVB channel identier will be inserted as RDS information.

TYPICAL APPLICATION

Ref. 5075

It can also be used as FM modulator by means of the L & R Audio input on the RJ45 Input conector. Programmable parameters:
Input parameters Output parameters. Remotely controllable via CDC
Ref. 5029

QPSK-FM

QPSK-FM

QPSK-FM

QPSK-FM

QPSK-FM

QPSK-FM

QPSK-FM

QPSK-FM

Ref. 5579

Ref. 5029

Ref. 5579

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QPSK-PAL
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

CONTROL MODE
via modem PC

References
QPSK Demodulator Powering LNB Input through losses Input frequency Frequency steps Locking margin Input level Return losses Input SR Capture margin Roll-off FEC Block code MPEG-2 Decoder Input format Decodification Input rate Video rate Video resolution Video output RF VSB Output Output frequency Frequency steps Max. output level Regulation margin Return losses Output through losses Spurious General Consumption Dimensions Vdc dB MHz dBV dB Mbaud %

507905 / 503704 / 5000


13/17/-; 22 KHz/<1.5 950-2150 1 5 44-84 >7 3-45 960ppm 35 1/2;2/3;3/4;5/6;7/8 RS (204;188) TS MPEG-2 / DVB MP@ML TS Max. 60 1.5-15 Max. 720x576 PAL Composite video 46-862 250 805 15 14 typ. 1.5 60 typ. 5079/5037 5000 1.2 (5) 1.3 (5) 0.5 (15) 0.37 (15) 0.3 max. for 0.5 max. for LNB (18) LNB (18) 35x197x163

5000

507905 QPSK-PAL (CDC) 503704 QPSK-PAL (CDC) stereo 5000 QPSK-PAL(CDC) stereo w/ C.I.

System accessories 5029 5075 2168 7234 5837 PSU Hybrid amplifier MATV PC programming Sw. + Accs. Universal Programming Unit Modem IP Mounting & accessories 5071 5239 5301 5306 5072 5069 5235 5073 4061 Wall mount (10M+PSU) Wall mount (12M+PSU) 19 Rack frame (10M+PSU) 19 Rack/Wall mount (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (14M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (22M+PSU) Blank plate F-Type 75 load DC blocked

Mbps

MHz KHz dBV dB dBc

A(Vdc) mm

It transforms a digital satellite channel to a VHF or UHF analogue channel. Programmable parameters: Output channel. Output level. Input frequency. A/V programme selection. SR (symbol rate). Video modulation index. Audio deviation. Audio carrier frequency. A/V Ratio. LNB powering parameters. Remotely controllable via the CDC.

TYPICAL APPLICATION

PC Modem Ref. 5075

Ref. 5029 Ref. 4061

Ref. 5052

Ref. 5180

Ref. 5029

Ref. 5180

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QPSK-QAM
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

CONTROL MODE
via modem PC

References
QPSK Demodulator LNB powering Input through losses Input frequency Vdc dB MHz dBV MHz Mbaud %

5023
13/17/-; 22 KHz/<1.5 950-2150 44-84 36 3-45 35 16; 32; 64; 128; 256 Mbaud % MHz MHz dBV dB dBc 7.2 15 Max. 8 46-862 805 15 <1.5 60 typ. 1.2 (5) 0.5 (15) 0.3 max. for LNB (18) 35x197x163

5023

5023

QPSK-QAM

System accessories 5029 5075 2168 7234 5837 PSU Hybrid amplifier MATV PC programming Sw. + Accs. Universal Programming Unit Modem IP Mounting & accessories 5071 5239 5301 5306 5072 5069 5235 5073 4061 Wall mount (10M+PSU) Wall mount (12M+PSU) 19 Rack frame (10M+PSU) 19 Rack/Wall mount (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (14M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (22M+PSU) Blank plate F-Type 75 load DC blocked

Input level Bandwidth SR Roll-off QAM Modulator Modulation format SR Max. Roll-off Bandwidth RF VSB Output Input frequency Output level Regulation margin Output through losses Spurious General Consumption Dimensions

A (Vdc) mm

It transforms a QPSK satellite digital channel into a QAM digital channel for distribution networks in VHF or UHF bands. Programmables parameters: Output frequency. SR (Symbol rate). QAM Modulation format. Frequency or otput channel. Output level. Audio carrier frequency. IQ Modulation format. LNB poweirng parameters. Remotely controllable via the CDC.

TYPICAL APPLICATION

PC Modem Ref. 5075

Output QAM

Ref. 5029 Ref. 4061

Ref. 5052

Ref. 5023

Ref. 5029

Ref. 5023

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DVB S2-QAM
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

CONTROL MODE
via modem PC

References Input frequency Input level Lock range Through losses LNB Powering

5180 950..2150 Mhz -60..-25 dBm 5 MHz 1.5 dB 17/13/OFF Vdc (22 Khz ON/OFF) QPSK/8PSK 10-30 Mbaud LDPC (9/10,8/9,5/6,4/5,3/4,2/3,3/5,1/2,1/4,1/ 3,2/5) BCH (Bose-Chauduri-Hocquenghem) Square Root Raised Cosine 20%,25%,35% 16,32,64,128,256 QAM 6,9 Mbaud Yes Yes Yes 15% > 50 dB >39 dB 46..862 Mhz 500 kHz 80 dBV 15 dB

5180

DVB S2-QAM

System accessories 5029 5075 2168 7234 5837 PSU Hybrid amplifier MATV PC programming Sw. + Accs. Universal Programming Unit Modem IP Mounting & accessories 5071 5239 5301 5306 5072 5069 5235 5073 4061 Wall mount (10M+PSU) Wall mount (12M+PSU) 19 Rack frame (10M+PSU) 19 Rack/Wall mount (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (14M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (22M+PSU) Blank plate F-Type 75 load DC blocked

Input Modulation Symbol rate Input FEC Output FEC Filtering Roll -off Output Modulation Symbol rate PCR Correction PID Filtering Op ID Filtering Roll -off Output C/N MER Output Frequency Frequency deviation Output level Regulation margin

Trasnsmodulates a DVB-S2/ DVB-S transponder in QAM. Programmable parameters: Input frequency, modulation standard DVBS2 or DVB-S, input baud rate, LNB power. Output QAM modulation format Output channel / frequency I/Q modulation format

TYPICAL APPLICATION

PC Modem Ref. 5075

Ref. 5029 Ref. 4061

Ref. 5052

Ref. 5180

Ref. 5029

Ref. 5180

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DVB S2- COFDM


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

CONTROL MODE
via modem PC

5181

DVB S2-COFDM

References Input frequency Input level

5181 950..2150 Mhz -60..-25 dBm 5 MHz 1.5 dB 17/13/OFF Vdc (22 Khz ON/OFF) QPSK/8PSK 10-30 Mbaud LDPC (9/10,8/9,5/6,4/5,3/4,2/3,3/5,1/2,1/4,1/3,2/5) BCH (Bose-Chauduri-Hocquenghem) Square Root Raised Cosine 20%,25%,35% COFDM EN300744 8K FFT, 1/32, 64 QAM, 7/8 7/8 MHz 46..862 Mhz 80 dBV 15 dB

System accessories 5029 5075 2168 7234 5837 PSU Hybrid amplifier MATV PC programming Sw. + Accs. Universal Programming Unit Modem IP Mounting & accessories 5071 5239 5301 5306 5072 5069 5235 5073 4061 Wall mount (10M+PSU) Wall mount (12M+PSU) 19 Rack frame (10M+PSU) 19 Rack/Wall mount (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (14M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (22M+PSU) Blank plate F-Type 75 load DC blocked

Lock range Through losses LNB Powering Input Modulation Symbol rate Input FEC Output FEC Filtering Roll -off Output Modulation COFDM Bandwidth Outupt Frequency Output level Regulation margin

Trasnsmodulates a DVB-S2/ DVB-S transponder in COFDM limited by the output maximum bit rate. Output channel can be in VHF or UHF.

TYPICAL APPLICATION
Ref. 5181
DVBS2-COFDM

Programmable parameters: Input frequency, modulation standard DVBS2 or DVB-S, input baud rate, LNB power. COFDM Bandwidth, modulation type, guard interval, FEC. List of services translated to the output.
FI 2
FM C8 C31 C34 C37

Ref. 5010

6
FI 1

PAU

PAU

PAU

PAU

Ref. 7407

1
R/C

PAU

PAU

PAU

PAU

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COFDM-PAL
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

CONTROL MODE
via modem PC

References
COFDM demodulator Input through losses Input frequency Frequency steps Locking margin Input level MHz dB

505403 / 504403 / 5554


1,2 174-230 / 474-858 (or channel tables) 1 3 49 to 89 (8k; 64 QAM;FEC 2/3) >12 (46-862 MHz) 7 - 8 programmable 2k; 8k QPSK; 16QAM; 64 QAM 1/4; 1/8; 1/16; 1/32 1/2; 2/3; 3/4; 5/6; 7/8 31.67 TS MPEG-2/DVB MP@ML 60 max. 1.5 to 15 Max. 720x576 composite PAL 46-862 (or channel tables) 250 805 15 14 typ. <1.5 60 typ. 1.2 (5) / 0.4 (15) 50 (0-12-24Vdc, prog.) 35x197x163

505403

505403 COFDM-PAL 504403 COFDM-PAL stereo 5554 COFDM-PAL Nicam

dBV dB MHz

System accessories 5029 5075 2168 7234 5837 PSU Hybrid amplifier MATV PC programming Sw. + Accs. Universal Programming Unit Modem IP Mounting & accessories 5071 5239 5301 5306 5072 5069 5235 5073 4061 Wall mount (10M+PSU) Wall mount (12M+PSU) 19 Rack frame (10M+PSU) 19 Rack/Wall mount (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (14M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (22M+PSU) Blank plate F-Type 75 load DC blocked

Return losses Bandwidth filter SAW FFT Constellation Guard interval Viterbi rate Max. symbol rate MPEG Decoder Input format Decoding TS input rate Video rate Video resolution Video output RF VSB Output Output frequency Frequency steps Max. Output level Variable gain Return losses Through losses Spurious band level General Consumption Preamplifier PSU Dimensions

Mbaud

Mbps

MHz KHz dBV dB dBc A (Vdc) mA mm

Transforms a terrestrial digital channel to an analogue channel either in VHF or UHF. Programmables parameters:

TYPICAL APPLICATION

PC

Input and output channel. Output level. Video and Audio program selection. Video modulation index. Audio deviation. Audio carrier frequency. A/V ratio Remotely controllable via the CDC.

Ref. 5435 Modem Ref. 5075

Ref. 5029 Ref. 4061

Ref. 5052

Ref. 5054

Ref. 5029

Ref. 5054

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ELECTRONICS

COFDM-QAM
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

CONTROL MODE
via modem PC

References
COFDM demodulator Input through losses Input frequency
TS-Proc

5056
dB MHz dBV dB MHz 1,2 174-230 / 474-858 1 0.5 49 a 89 (8k; 64 QAM;FEC 2/3) >12 (46-862 MHz) 7 - 8 programmable 2k; 8k QPSK; 16QAM; 64 QAM 1/4; 1/8; 1/16; 1/32 1/2; 2/3; 3/4; 5/6; 7/8 QAM Mbaud % 16, 32, 64, 128, 256 7.2 mx. 15 RS (188, 204) Normal / Inverted 46-862 250 805 15 14 typ. <1.5 60 typ. 0.7 (5) / 0.32 (15) 60 (0-12-24Vdc, prog.) 35x197x163

5056

5056 5556

COFDM-QAM COFDM-QAM

Frequency steps Locking margin Input level Return losses Bandwidth filter SAW FFT Constellation Guard interval Viterbi rate QAM Modulator Modulation format Symbol rate Roll-off factor Block code Output spectrum RF VSB Output Output frequency Frequency steps Output level Variable gain Return losses Through losses Spurious band level General Consumption Preamplifier PSU Dimensions

System accessories 5029 5075 2168 7234 5837 PSU Hybrid amplifier MATV PC programming Sw. + Accs. Universal Programming Unit Modem IP Mounting & accessories 5071 5239 5301 5306 5072 5069 5235 5073 4061 Wall mount (10M+PSU) Wall mount (12M+PSU) 19 Rack frame (10M+PSU) 19 Rack/Wall mount (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (14M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (22M+PSU) Blank plate F-Type 75 load DC blocked

MHz KHz dBV dB dBc A (Vdc) mA mm

Transforms a terrestrial digital channel to a digital QAM channel either in VHF or UHF. Programmable parameters: Input and output channel Output level. Remotely controllable via the CDC.

TYPICAL APPLICATION

PC Modem

Ref. 5435 Ref. 5075

Ref. 5029 Ref. 4061

Ref. 5052

Ref. 5056

Ref. 5029

Ref. 5056

59

T05 HEADEND EQUIPMENT

IF / IF processors
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

CONTROL MODE
via modem PC

References
Input freq. margin Output freq. margin Frequency steps Output impedance Input return losses Output return losses BW of the selected channel Input level Output level Level regulator Powering LNB General Max. consumption Protection index A(Vdc) Vdc dB MHz dBV MHz

5863

5864

5863

950-2150 950-2150 1 75 >10 >10 27/36 (programmable) 59-89 89 (reg. >15 dB) Yes 13/17 / OFF 22 KHz / OFF

5863 5864

Single IF processor Triple IF processor

System accessories 5029 5865 2168 7234 5837 PSU IF amplifier PC programming Sw. + Accs. Universal Programming Unit Modem IP Mounting & accessories 5071 5239 5301 5306 5072 5069 5235 5073 4061 Wall mount (10M+PSU) Wall mount (12M+PSU) 19 Rack frame (10M+PSU) 19 Rack/Wall mount (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (14M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (22M+PSU) Blank plate F-Type 75 load DC blocked

0.36(5) 0.15(15)

1(5) 0.15(15)

IP 20

IF AMPLIFIER

References
Frequency range Gain (950 MHz) Gain (2150 MHz) Adjustable margin Output voltage (2 tones -35dB) Connector Powering Consumption Vdc mA(vdc) dBV dB MHz

5865
9502150 352 403 20 >123 F 15 200(15)

Programmable parameters: Modular and programmable satellite system. Allows the selection of any channel in the IFband to be shifted into another channel inside the band. Remotely controllable via the CDC.

TYPICAL APPLICATION

High Band H Low Band V High Band V

Ref. 5437 MATV

Out SMATV

Ref. 5029 Ref. 4061

Ref. 5864

Ref. 5865

60

T05 HEADEND EQUIPMENT


ELECTRONICS

Analogue SAT-RF
7310 PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

References
IF Input Input frequency Input level Locking margin MHz dBV MHz Vdc MHz dB

7310
950-2150 40 a 84 5 13/17/-; 22 KHz/1 >7 <1.5

7310

SAT-RF

System accessories 5029 5075 2168 7234 PSU Hybrid amplifier MATV PC programming Sw. + Accs. Universal Programming Unit Mounting & accessories 5071 5239 5301 5306 5072 5069 5235 5073 4061 Wall mount (10M+PSU) Wall mount (12M+PSU) 19 Rack frame (10M+PSU) 19 Rack/Wall mount (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (14M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (22M+PSU) Blank plate F-Type 75 load DC blocked

LNB Powering Frequency steps Input return losses Input through losses RF VSB Output Output frequency Max. output level Regulation margin Frequency steps Spurious in band Output return losses Through losses General Consumption

MHz dBV dB KHz dBc dB

46862 805 15 250 >60 typ. 14 typ. <1.5 0.5 (5) 0.35 (15) 0.3 max. for LNB(18)

Programmable parameters: The SAT-RF transmodulator turns a TV or radio channel (selected by the user) from the existing channels in a satellite transponder (FM analogue modulation and an approximate bandwidth of 27MHz) into a VHF/UHF channel (PAL/SECAM standard modulation and a bandwidth of 7/8 MHz). Modular system. Fully programmable by a portable programming unit Compatible with both single channel and broadband amplification.

TYPICAL APPLICATION
Quatro

BA V BA H BB V BB H 13 V 22 KHz Off 13 V 22 KHz Off 13 V 22 KHz Off 13 V 22 KHz Off


75 ohm 4061

Ref. 5075
SAT RF SAT RF SAT RF SAT RF SAT RF SAT RF SAT RF SAT RF SAT RF

To the distribution

Ref. 5029 Ref. 7310

61

T03/T T05 HEADEND EQUIPMENT

MATV Hybrid amplifier


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

References
Frequency range Gain Gain regulation DIN 45004-B IMD3 (-60 dB, 2c) Output level IMD2 (-60 dB, 2c) CTB (-60 dB, 42c) CSO (-60 dB, 42c) XMOD (-60 dB, 42c) Noise figure General Powering voltage Consumption Dimensions Vdc A mm dB dBV MHz dB

5075
47-862 452 20 120 117 111 105 105 105 <10 15 0.8 35x197x163

5075

5075

MATV Hybrid amplifier

Hybrid amplifier for headend equipment. Provided with 2 inputs to mix its output with channels comming from different systems.

PSU
5029 PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

Switched PSU for the T03 and T05 range.

5029 5030 5498

Switched PSU T-03/T-05 Switched PSU T-03 / T-05 110 Vac UL Switched PSU T-03

References
Mains voltage Frequency Output voltage Max. output current Max. output powering Dimensions Vac Hz Vdc A W mm

5029 / 5030 *
23015 50/60 18 15 5 0.8 4.2 (*) 6.6 14.4 63 (*) 33 56x197x163

5498

24 0.55 13.2

24 2.5 60 55x197x83

*24 and/or 18V voltage are obteined from 63W (15V) PSU

62

HEADEND EQUIPMENT
ELECTRONICS

Accessories Cabinets and supports


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

5071/5239

Ref.5069
Compatible

NEW

5071 5239 5301 5072 5069 5235 5333 5334 5306

Wall mount (10M+PSU) Wall mount (12M+PSU) 19 Rack frame (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (10M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (14M+PSU) Lockable cabinet (22M+PSU) 15 U high rack T03/T05 Ventilation system 19 Rack/Wall mount (10M+PSU) 5069/5235/5072

5334

5301

References
c b a

5072 5069 5235


a b c 610 760 295 235 1060

Various
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

5073

5073 4061 5074 4221 7234

Blank plate F-Type 75 load DC blocked Link F connector Power injector Universal programmer 4061 5074

7234 4221

63

MULTISWITCHES

Splitters and LNB switches


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

7268

7269

7268 7269

DiSEqC 2in/1out switch DiSEqC 4in/1out switch

References
Bandwidth Switching type IF through losses RF through losses Input rejection Max. current bypass Powering Dimensions mA Vdc mm dB MHz

7268
02400
DiSEqC 2.0

7269
52150
DiSEqC 2.0
Ref. 7269
ON

<1.5 <1.5 >20 250 12-20 95x75x26

<6 <6 >20 290 12-20 137x130x56

TYPICAL APPLICATION

Ref. 7268 Ref. 7269

64

MULTISWITCHES
ELECTRONICS

Universal Multimat System


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

NEW
7101

7101 7102 7108 7109 7110 7103 7104 7105 7106 7107

Main multiswitch MATV/IF passive combiner 13 dB MATV/IF passive combiner 9 dB MATV/IF passive combiner 17 dB MATV/IF passive combiner 21 dB Multimat PSU Multimat IF amplifier F terminal load block F connector block F terminal load DC block

7106 7107

TYPICAL APPLICATION

Terrestrial

Input

DC-plug Power Supply ------14 V/0 KHz

Inputs

DC-plug Power Supply ------14 V/0 KHz

Inputs

DC-plug Power Supply ------14 V/0 KHz

Inputs

DC-plug Power Supply ------14 V/0 KHz

Inputs

V/ low

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

V/ high H/ high

V/ low

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

V/ high H/ high

V/ low

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

V/ high H/ high

V/ low

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

V/ high H/ high

7102

Sat.: 950 - 2400 MHz Sat.: 2 dB

1
to receivers/Combiner to receivers/Combiner

1
to receivers/Combiner
Frequency range Insertion losses Isolation Max. input level Through losses trunkline 950 - 2400 MHz 6-0 dB 40 dB typ 92 dBV 1 - 2.5 dB 1 2 3 4

1
to receivers/Combiner
Frequency range Insertion losses Isolation Max. input level Through losses trunkline 950 - 2400 MHz 6-0 dB 40 dB typ 92 dBV 1 - 2.5 dB 1 2 3 4

1
Frequency range Insertion losses Isolation Max. input level Through losses trunkline 950 - 2400 MHz 6-0 dB 40 dB typ 92 dBV 1 - 2.5 dB 1 2 3 4

Outputs to receivers

I. F. inputs

from next Unit

from next Unit

from next Unit

Frequency range - Terr.: 5 - 862 MHz Insertion losses - Terr.: 13 dB Through losses - Terr.: 3 dB

OFF/ON

OFF/ON

OFF/ON

OFF/ON

3 4
V/ low H/ low V/ high

3 4
V/ low H/ low V/ high

3 4
V/ low H/ low V/ high

3 4
V/ low H/ low V/ high

7101
Cascade Outputs
14 V/0 KHz 18 V/0 KHz 14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

7101
Cascade Outputs
14 V/0 KHz 18 V/0 KHz 14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

7101
Cascade Outputs
14 V/0 KHz 18 V/0 KHz 14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

7101
Cascade Outputs
14 V/0 KHz 18 V/0 KHz 14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

H/ high

H/ high

H/ high

H/ high

Terrestrial

Output

Terrestrial

Input

DC-plug Power Supply ------14 V/0 KHz

Inputs

DC-plug Power Supply ------14 V/0 KHz

Inputs

DC-plug Power Supply ------14 V/0 KHz

Inputs

DC-plug Power Supply ------14 V/0 KHz

Inputs

from next Unit

Outputs

Outputs

Outputs

Outputs

Inputs

Inputs

Inputs

Inputs

Frequency range Insertion losses Isolation Max. input level Through losses trunkline

950 - 2400 MHz 6-0 dB 40 dB typ 92 dBV 1 - 2.5 dB

1 2 3 4

+18V GND
+13V

V/ low

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

V/ high H/ high

V/ low

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

V/ high H/ high

V/ low

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

V/ high H/ high

V/ low

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

V/ high H/ high

7108

Sat.: 950 - 2400 MHz Sat.: 2 dB

1
to receivers/Combiner to receivers/Combiner

1
to receivers/Combiner
Frequency range Insertion losses Isolation Max. input level Through losses trunkline 950 - 2400 MHz 6-0 dB 40 dB typ 92 dBV 1 - 2.5 dB 1 2 3 4

1
to receivers/Combiner
Frequency range Insertion losses Isolation Max. input level Through losses trunkline 950 - 2400 MHz 6-0 dB 40 dB typ 92 dBV 1 - 2.5 dB 1 2 3 4

1
Frequency range Insertion losses Isolation Max. input level Through losses trunkline 950 - 2400 MHz 6-0 dB 40 dB typ 92 dBV 1 - 2.5 dB 1 2 3 4

Outputs to receivers

I. F. inputs

from next Unit

from next Unit

from next Unit

Frequency range - Terr.: 5 - 862 MHz Insertion losses - Terr.: 13 dB Through losses - Terr.: 3 dB

OFF/ON

OFF/ON

OFF/ON

OFF/ON

from next Unit

Outputs

Outputs

Outputs

Outputs

2 3 4

2 3 4

2 3 4

2 3 4

Inputs

Inputs

Inputs

Inputs

Frequency range Insertion losses Isolation Max. input level Through losses trunkline

950 - 2400 MHz 6-0 dB 40 dB typ 92 dBV 1 - 2.5 dB

1 2 3 4

Mains DC outputs Consumption Short Circuit protection

180-264 Vac / 50 Hz 18 Vdc / 1200 mA 13 Vdc / 300 mA 300 mA / 230 V

7101
Cascade Outputs
14 V/0 KHz

7101
Cascade Outputs
14 V/0 KHz

7101
Cascade Outputs
14 V/0 KHz

7101
Cascade Outputs
14 V/0 KHz

V/ low

Terrestrial

Output

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

V/ high

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

H/ high

V/ low

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

V/ high

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

H/ high

V/ low

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

V/ high

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

H/ high

V/ low

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

V/ high

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

H/ high

7103

7105

7105

7105

7105

65

MULTISWITCHES

Star distribution
TYPICAL APPLICATION TYPICAL APPLICATION

DC-plug Power Supply ------14 V/0 KHz

Inputs

+18V

V/ low

DC-plug Power Supply ------14 V/0 KHz

Inputs

+18V

V/ low

1 2 3 4

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

V/ high H/ high

GND

+13V

1
to receivers/Combiner

from next Unit

Outputs

2 3 4

OFF/ON

Inputs

Frequency range Insertion losses Isolation Max. input level Through losses trunkline

950 - 2400 MHz 6-0 dB 40 dB typ 92 dBV 1 - 2.5 dB

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

V/ high H/ high

GND

+13V

1
to receivers/Combiner

OFF/ON

from next Unit

Outputs

2 3 4

Inputs

Frequency range Insertion losses Isolation Max. input level Through losses trunkline

950 - 2400 MHz 6-0 dB 40 dB typ 92 dBV 1 - 2.5 dB

1 2 3 4

Mains DC outputs Consumption Short Circuit protection

180-264 Vac / 50 Hz 18 Vdc / 1200 mA 13 Vdc / 300 mA 300 mA / 230 V

7101
Cascade Outputs
14 V/0 KHz

V/ low

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

V/ high

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

H/ high

7103

Mains DC outputs Consumption Short Circuit protection

180-264 Vac / 50 Hz 18 Vdc / 1200 mA 13 Vdc / 300 mA 300 mA / 230 V

7101
Cascade Outputs
14 V/0 KHz

V/ low

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

V/ high

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

H/ high

7103

DC-plug Power Supply ------14 V/0 KHz

Inputs

V/ low

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

V/ high H/ high

OFF/ON

3 4
V/ low H/ low V/ high

7101
Cascade Outputs
14 V/0 KHz 18 V/0 KHz 14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

H/ high

4 Users

8 Users

7105

Star distribution + MATV


TYPICAL APPLICATION TYPICAL APPLICATION

Terrestrial

Input

DC-plug Power Supply ------14 V/0 KHz

Inputs

from next Unit

Outputs

Inputs

7105

5 6 7 8

1
to receivers/Combiner

Frequency range Insertion losses Isolation Max. input level Through losses trunkline

950 - 2400 MHz 6-0 dB 40 dB typ 92 dBV 1 - 2.5 dB

1 2 3 4

V/ low

Terrestrial

Input

DC-plug Power Supply ------14 V/0 KHz

Inputs

V/ low

7102

Sat.: 950 - 2400 MHz Sat.: 2 dB

1 2 3 4

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

V/ high H/ high

1
to receivers/Combiner

Outputs to receivers

I. F. inputs

Frequency range - Terr.: 5 - 862 MHz Insertion losses - Terr.: 13 dB Through losses - Terr.: 3 dB

OFF/ON

3 4
V/ low H/ low V/ high

7101
Cascade Outputs
14 V/0 KHz 18 V/0 KHz 14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

from next Unit

Outputs

Inputs

Frequency range Insertion losses Isolation Max. input level Through losses trunkline

950 - 2400 MHz 6-0 dB 40 dB typ 92 dBV 1 - 2.5 dB

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

V/ high H/ high

+18V GND +13V

7109

Sat.: 950 - 2400 MHz Sat.: 2 dB

1
to receivers/Combiner

Outputs to receivers

I. F. inputs

Frequency range - Terr.: 5 - 862 MHz Insertion losses - Terr.: 13 dB Through losses - Terr.: 3 dB

OFF/ON

from next Unit

Outputs

2 3 4

Inputs

Frequency range Insertion losses Isolation Max. input level Through losses trunkline

950 - 2400 MHz 6-0 dB 40 dB typ 92 dBV 1 - 2.5 dB

1 2 3 4

Mains DC outputs Consumption Short Circuit protection

180-264 Vac / 50 Hz 18 Vdc / 1200 mA 13 Vdc / 300 mA 300 mA / 230 V

7102

Sat.: 950 - 2400 MHz Sat.: 2 dB

7101
Cascade Outputs
14 V/0 KHz

V/ low

Terrestrial

Output

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

V/ high

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

H/ high

7103

Terrestrial

Input

DC-plug Power Supply ------14 V/0 KHz

Inputs

H/ high

V/ low

Terrestrial

Output

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

V/ high H/ high

Terrestrial

Input

DC-plug Power Supply ------14 V/0 KHz

Inputs

+18V GND +13V

V/ low

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

V/ high H/ high

7108

Terrestrial

Sat.: 950 - 2400 MHz Sat.: 2 dB

5 6 7 8

1
to receivers/Combiner

Outputs to receivers

I. F. inputs

Frequency range - Terr.: 5 - 862 MHz Insertion losses - Terr.: 13 dB Through losses - Terr.: 3 dB

OFF/ON

from next Unit

Outputs

2 3 4

Inputs

Frequency range Insertion losses Isolation Max. input level Through losses trunkline

950 - 2400 MHz 6-0 dB 40 dB typ 92 dBV 1 - 2.5 dB

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

1
to receivers/Combiner

Outputs to receivers

I. F. inputs

Frequency range - Terr.: 5 - 862 MHz Insertion losses - Terr.: 13 dB Through losses - Terr.: 3 dB

OFF/ON

3 4
V/ low H/ low V/ high

7108

Sat.: 950 - 2400 MHz Sat.: 2 dB

7101
Cascade Outputs
14 V/0 KHz 18 V/0 KHz 14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

H/ high

Terrestrial

Output

Mains DC outputs Consumption Short Circuit protection

180-264 Vac / 50 Hz 18 Vdc / 1200 mA 13 Vdc / 300 mA 300 mA / 230 V

7101
Cascade Outputs
14 V/0 KHz

Terrestrial

Input

DC-plug Power Supply ------14 V/0 KHz

Inputs

V/ low

Output

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

V/ high

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

H/ high

7103

V/ low

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

V/ high H/ high

7105

9 10 11 12 12 Users

1
to receivers/Combiner

Outputs to receivers

I. F. inputs

Frequency range - Terr.: 5 - 862 MHz Insertion losses - Terr.: 13 dB Through losses - Terr.: 3 dB

OFF/ON

3 4
V/ low H/ low V/ high

7101
Cascade Outputs
14 V/0 KHz 18 V/0 KHz 14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

H/ high

Terrestrial

Output

7105

8 Users

66

from next Unit

Outputs

Inputs

Frequency range Insertion losses Isolation Max. input level Through losses trunkline

950 - 2400 MHz 6-0 dB 40 dB typ 92 dBV 1 - 2.5 dB

1 2 3 4

from next Unit

Outputs

Inputs

Frequency range Insertion losses Isolation Max. input level Through losses trunkline

950 - 2400 MHz 6-0 dB 40 dB typ 92 dBV 1 - 2.5 dB

1 2 3 4

MULTISWITCHES
ELECTRONICS

DC-plug Power Supply ------14 V/0 KHz

Inputs

V/ low

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

V/ high H/ high

1
to receivers/Combiner

from next Unit

Outputs

2 3 4

Inputs

Frequency range Insertion losses Isolation Max. input level Through losses trunkline

950 - 2400 MHz 6-0 dB 40 dB typ 92 dBV 1 - 2.5 dB

1 2 3 4

OFF/ON

Outputs to receivers

Terrestrial

Terrestrial

7101
Cascade Outputs
14 V/0 KHz

7108
Frequency range - Terr.: 5 - 862 MHz Insertion losses - Terr.: 13 dB Through losses - Terr.: 3 dB Sat.: 950 - 2400 MHz Sat.: 2 dB

Output

Input

V/ low

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

V/ high

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

H/ high

I. F. inputs

References
No. inputs (SAT) for receivers No. outputs Frequency range Receiver output Through losses Cascade output Expansion output Isolation Input return losses Max. input level Max. output level for receiver Max. DC current consumption for receiver Max. DC bypass current Switching selection voltage V/H Switching voltage selection high band Selection inputs from extension Max. No. of connected extensions Max. No. of inputs LNB powering mode Recommended PSU (switched-mode) Dimensions Vdc/A mm No dBV mA Vdc Between inputs High band - Low band dB for cascading for expansion MHz No

7101
4 4 4 4 950 - 2400 <6 <2 <1 35 35 8 92 89 65 1200 15.5 22 KHz DiSEqC 1.1 4 16 External 18 / 1.2 13 / 0.3 115x115x33

References
No. inputs VHF/UHF passive for receivers No. outputs for cascading for expansion Frequency range Through-Loss Cascade output MATV SAT SAT - TV Isolation TV - SAT Tap losses for receiver Dimensions dB mm dB MHz No

7108 7102 7109 7110


1 4 1 4 1 4 1 4 1 4 1 4 1 4 1 4

5 - 860 <3 <2 > 30

dB

> 35 9 13 17 21

115x70x33

+18V GND +13V

Inputs

Mains DC outputs Consumption Short Circuit protection

180-264 Vac / 50 Hz 18 Vdc / 1200 mA 13 Vdc / 300 mA 300 mA / 230 V

7104
Frequency range - Terr.: 5 - 862 MHz Insertion losses - Terr.: 13 dB Through losses - Terr.: 3 dB Sat.: 950 - 2400 MHz Sat.: 2 dB

7103

I. F. inputs

References
N de inputs SAT N de outputs Frequency range @ 950 MHz Gain Isolation trunkline Return-loss inputs Return-loss outputs Max. input level Max. output level Max. current consumption (from SMPS) Max. bypass current Dimensions dBV mA A mm @ 2000 MHz @ 2400 MHz dB N MHz

7104
4 4 950 - 2400 3.5 0.5 8.5 0.5 9.5 0.5 >45 >10 >10 95 105 4 x 25 1.2 97x70x33

References
Mains voltage Output voltage Current Maximum power consumption Max. short-circuit current EMI/EMC standard Safety standard Temperature range Dimensions C mm Vac Vdc A(Vdc) W A(Vdc)

7103
180 - 264 18 5% 13 5% 1.2 (18) 0.3 (13) 30 2 (18) 1 (13) EN55022 (B) EN60950 -20+60 105x65x33

67

MULTISWITCHES

Standalone Multiswitches
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

7311

7337 7338 7339 7438 7430 7439 7358 7354 7360 7311 7335 7317

5x8 Stand-alone multiswitch 5x12 Stand-alone multiswitch 5x16 Stand-alone multiswitch 9x8 Stand-alone multiswitch 9x12 Stand-alone multiswitch 9x16 Stand-alone multiswitch 13x8 Stand-alone multiswitch 13x12 Stand-alone multiswitch 13x16 Stand-alone multiswitch 17x8 Stand-alone multiswitch 17x16 Stand-alone multiswitch Power supply 230Vac/15Vdc 1,3A

References
Inputs Outputs Frequency range SAT Frequency range TERR Max. SAT input level Max. TERR input level Max. output level Through losses SAT Through losses TERR Isolation between inputs LNB powering Mains voltage Max. consumption mA mA dB dBV MHz

7337
8

7338
4 SAT + TER 12

7339
16

7311
8

7335
16

7438
8

7439
8 SAT + TER 16

7430
12

16 SAT + TER 950 - 2400 MHz 5 - 862 MHz

100 94 95 7 18 40

100 94 95 6 21 40

100 94 95 3 22 40

107 105 100 2 0 30 1200 230 Vac

107 105 100 3 17 30

95 94 95 3 15 30

100 94 95 9 7 30

100 94 95 8 8 40

60

60

60

50

30

30

30

40

References
Inputs Outputs Frequency range SAT Frequency range TER Max. SAT input level Max. TER input level Max. output level Through losses SAT Through losses TER Isolation between inputs LNB powering Mains voltage Max. consumption mA mA dB dBV MHz

7358
8

7354
3 SAT + TER 12 950 - 2400 MHz 5 - 862 MHz

7360
16

100 94 95 7 18 40

100 94 95 6 21 40 1200 230 Vac

100 94 95 3 22 40

60

60

60

68

MULTISWITCHES
ELECTRONICS

5 input cascade
7131
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

7132

7136 7137 7138 7139 7140 7132 7133 7134 7135 7131

5x4 Multiswitch 5x6 Multiswitch 5x8 Multiswitch 5x12 Multiswitch 5x16 Multiswitch 12 dB Tap 15 dB Tap 20 dB Tap 25 dB Tap 5x5 Amplifier

4 to 16 outputs available Colour coded inputs Flexible and easy to install High Input level 4 value Taps for easy expandability 5 Input Amplifier with High output level Gain Regulation Flexible powering options

Multiswitches References SAT Frequency range TERR SAT Max input level TERR Max input level Output level Typ. Tap Gain SAT Typ.Tap Loss TER Isolation between inputs Isolation between outputs LNB powering Powering voltage PSU Maximum Rcvr consumption Terr Protection index MHz dBV

5x4

5x6

5 x 8 5 x 12 5 x 16

7140

7136 7137 7138 7139 7140 950 - .2400 5 - 862 100 100 100 6 6 7 3 1 1 1 3 40 30 45 35 20 30 25 25 300 15 40 120 45 60 60 80 110 110 20 15 dB 7133 20 dB 7134 25 dB 7135 Power Supply Unit References
Input voltage Mains frequency Output voltage Vac Hz Vdc A 15 1,3

7137

7138

dB mA /pol Vac /Vdc mA

5 3 60 20

50 IP 12 dB 7132

7136

7139

Trunk Taps Specifications References Frequency range SAT TER Forward Return dBV MHz

950 - 2400 47 - 862 5 - 30 100 100 2 -12 4 dB -12 -2,5 -12,5 30 30 mA/pol IP 2 -15 3 -15 -1,5 -13,5 20 20 300 20 2 -20 3 -20 -1,5 -13,5 20 20 1 -25 3 -25 -1,5 -13,5 20 20

7317

7321
96-250 47-63 12 1,6

7328

SAT Max input level TERR Max input level Typ. Through losses SAT Typ.Tap losses SAT Typ.Through losses TER Typ.Tap losses TER Typ.Through return TER Typ.Tap return TER Isolation between inputs Isolation between outputs LNB powering Protection level

12 3

Max. output current

Ref. 7131 - Amplifier 5x5


Band Freq. range Polarisation Gain Regulation Slope Max. output level dB dB dB dBV MHz 950 Satellite 2400 Terrestrial 47 22 20 10 105 862 -

VL HL VH HH VL HL VH HH 25 10 -

69

MULTISWITCHES

9 input cascade
7341

PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION
1
1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT A 2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT A 3 IN Vert. V-High SAT A 4 IN Hor. H-High SAT A Terr. 2 1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT B 2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT B 3 IN Vert. V-High SAT B 4 IN Hor. H-High SAT B

7340 7382 7341 7342 7344

9x9x8 Multiswitch 9x9x12 Multiswitch 9x9x16 Multiswitch

7344

8 x 950 - 2400 MHz 1 x 47 - 862 MHz 16 x 5 - 2400 MHz

Repartidor Conmutable 9 x 9 x 16 9 x 9 x 16 Splitter Multiswitch

Canal de retorno Return Path

5 - 30 MHz 5 - 30 MHz

10

11
Terr. 1 IN Hor. H-High SAT A 2 IN Vert. V-High SAT A 3 IN Hor. H-Low SAT A 4 IN Vert. V-Low SAT A 1 IN Hor. H-High SAT B 2 IN Vert. V-High SAT B 3 IN Hor. H-Low SAT B 4 IN Vert. V-Low SAT B

Ref. 7341

12

9x9x16 Multiswitch + PSU 9x9 Amplifier

Slope Terr. Terr.

13

14

V Amplificador 9 x 9 Amplifier 9 x 9 Ref. 7344 A B C D

SAT: 950 - 2400 MHz TER: 47- 862 MHz

Gain Regulation 14 - 21 13 - 18 13 - 17 21

Slope 4 - 10

15

Terr.

16

Terr.

Terr. 1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT A 2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT A 3 IN Vert. V-High SAT A 4 IN Hor. H-High SAT A 1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT B 2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT B 3 IN Vert. V-High SAT B 4 IN Hor. H-High SAT B

Slope Terr. Terr.

V Amplificador 9 x 9 Amplifier 9 x 9 Ref. 7344 A B C D

References SAT TERR SAT Max input level TERR Max input level Frequency range Typ. Through losses SAT Typ.Tap losses SAT Typ.Through losses TER Typ.Tap losses TER Typ.Tap return Isolation between inputs Isolation between outputs LNB powering Protection level mA IP dB MHz dBV

7340

7341 950 - 2400 5 - 862 95 95 3

7342

SAT: 950 - 2400 MHz TER: 47- 862 MHz

Gain Regulation 14 - 21 13 - 18 13 - 17 21

Slope 4 - 10

Terr.

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT A

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT A

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT A

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT A

Terr.

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT B

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT B

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT B

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT B

8 x 950 - 2400 MHz 1 x 47 - 862 MHz 8 x 5 - 2400 MHz

Repartidor Conmutable 9 x 9 x 8 9 x 9 x 8 Splitter Multiswitch Ref. 7340

Canal de retorno Return Path

5 - 30 MHz 5 - 30 MHz

6 3 17 17 35 40 1200 20 24 25

3 4 3 28 40
1
1

Terr.

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT A

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT A

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT A

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT A

Terr.

2 1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT B 2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT B 3 IN Vert. V-High SAT B 4 IN Hor. H-High SAT B

8 x 950 - 2400 MHz 1 x 47 - 862 MHz 16 x 5 - 2400 MHz

Repartidor Conmutable 9 x 9 x 16 9 x 9 x 16 Splitter Multiswitch

Canal de retorno Return Path

5 - 30 MHz 5 - 30 MHz

10

11

Ref. 7341

12

13

14

15

Terr.

16

References Frequency range Gain Regulation Slope Max. output level Max. consumption Protection inex dBV mA IP dB MHz SAT 950 - 2400 13/17 13/18 -

7344 TER 47 - 862 18/21 21 4/10 105 500 (15 Vdc) 20


1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT A 2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT A 3 IN Vert. V-High SAT A 4 IN Hor. H-High SAT A Terr. 1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT B 2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT B 3 IN Vert. V-High SAT B 4 IN Hor. H-High SAT B

8 x 950 - 2400 MHz 1 x 47 - 862 MHz 16 x 5 - 2400 MHz

Repartidor Conmutable 9 x 9 x 16 9 x 9 x 16 Splitter Multiswitch

Canal de retorno Return Path

5 - 30 MHz 5 - 30 MHz

10

11

Ref. 7342

12

13

14

15

16

16

Terr.

70

MULTISWITCHES
ELECTRONICS

17 input cascade
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

7323 7373 7345 7318

17x17x8 Multiswitch 17x17x12 Multiswitch 17x17x16 Multiswitch


Gain 1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT A 2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT A 3 IN Vert. V-High SAT A 4 IN Hor. H-High SAT A 1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT B 2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT B 3 IN Vert. V-High SAT B 4 IN Hor. H-High SAT B IN Terr. 1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT C 2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT C 3 IN Vert. V-High SAT C 4 IN Hor. H-High SAT C 1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT D 2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT D 3 IN Vert. V-High SAT D 4 IN Hor. H-High SAT D POWER IN 1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT A 2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT A 3 IN Vert. V-High SAT A 4 IN Hor. H-High SAT A 1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT B 2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT B 3 IN Vert. V-High SAT B 4 IN Hor. H-High SAT B IN Terr. 47-862 MHz 1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT C 2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT C 3 IN Vert. V-High SAT C 4 IN Hor. H-High SAT C 1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT D 2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT D 3 IN Vert. V-High SAT D 4 IN Hor. H-High SAT D Sat System I Sat System II Slope Sat System III Sat System IV Sat System I Sat System II Sat System III Sat System IV

REC 1

REC 2

SAT: 950 - 2400 MHz TER: 88 - 862 MHz

11-18 12-14

Gain

16 x 950 - 2400 MHz 1 x 5 - 862 MHz


REC 3

8 x 5 - 2400 MHz

REC 4

Repartidor Conmutable 17 x 17 x 8 Amplificador SMATV 17 x 17 17 x 17 SMATV Amplifier


Sat System I 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT A 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT A 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT A 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT A 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT B Sat System II 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT B 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT B 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT B 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT C Sat System III 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT C 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT C 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT C 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT D

REC 5

17 x 17 x 8 Splitter Multiswitch
Sat System I Sat System II 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT A 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT B 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT B 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT B 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT B OUT Terr. 47-862 MHz 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT A 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT A 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT A

Ref. 7323
Sat System III 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT C 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT C 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT C 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT C 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT D Sat System IV 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT D 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT D 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT D

REC 6

17x17 Amplifier

Ref. 7318
Sat System IV 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT D 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT D 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT D

REC 7

REC 8

POWER IN

OUT Terr.

POWER IN

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT A

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT A

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT A

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT A

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT B

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT B

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT B

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT B

IN Terr. 47-862 MHz

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT C

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT C

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT C

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT C

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT D

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT D

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT D

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT D

REC 1

Sat System I

Sat System II

Sat System III

Sat System IV

REC 2

REC 3

REC 4

REC 5

REC 6

16 x 950 - 2400 MHz 1 x 5 - 862 MHz


REC 7

16 x 5 - 2400 MHz

REC 8

REC 9

Repartidor Conmutable 17 x 17 x 16 17 x 17 x 16 Splitter Multiswitch Ref. 7345

REC 10

REC 11

REC 12

REC 13

REC 14

REC 15
1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT A

Sat System I 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT A 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT A 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT A 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT B

Sat System II 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT B 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT B 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT B 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT C

Sat System III 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT C 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT C 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT C 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT D

Sat System IV 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT D 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT D 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT D

REC 16

OUT Terr. 47-862 MHz

References Inputs/outputs Band Frequency range SAT Gain Regulation Slope Max. output level Max. consumptiom Protection index

7318 17x17 MHz dB dBV dB IP SAT TER 950-2400 88-862 11/18 12/14 11/5 10/12 7/2 105 500 20

POWER IN

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT A

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT A

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT A

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT A

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT B

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT B

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT B

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT B

IN Terr. 47-862 MHz

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT C

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT C

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT C

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT C

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT D

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT D

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT D

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT D

REC 1

Sat System I

Sat System II

Sat System III

Sat System IV

REC 2

REC 3

REC 4

REC 5

REC 6

16 x 950 - 2400 MHz 1 x 5 - 862 MHz


REC 7

16 x 5 - 2400 MHz

REC 8

REC 9

Repartidor Conmutable 17 x 17 x 16 17 x 17 x 16 Splitter Multiswitch Ref. 7324

REC 10

REC 11

REC 12

REC 13

REC 14

REC 15
1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT A

Sat System I 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT A 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT A 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT A 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT B

Sat System II 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT B 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT B 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT B 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT C

Sat System III 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT C 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT C 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT C 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT D

Sat System IV 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT D 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT D 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT D

REC 16

OUT Terr. 47-862 MHz

16

17

POWER IN

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT A

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT A

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT A

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT A

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT B

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT B

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT B

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT B

IN Terr. 47-862 MHz

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT C

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT C

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT C

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT C

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT D

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT D

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT D

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT D

REC 1

Sat System I

Sat System II

Sat System III

Sat System IV

REC 2

REC 3

REC 4

REC 5

REC 6

16 x 950 - 2400 MHz 1 x 5 - 862 MHz


REC 7

16 x 5 - 2400 MHz

REC 8

REC 9

Repartidor Conmutable 17 x 17 x 16 17 x 17 x 16 Splitter Multiswitch Ref. 7324

REC 10

References Inputs Outputs Frequency range SAT Frequency range TER SAT Through Output level TER Through Output level SAT Tap Output level TER Tap Output level Through losses SAT Tap losses SAT Through losses TER Tap losses TER Isolation between inputs LNB powering Powering voltage Powering Max. consumption Protection index mA mA IP dB dBV

7323 17 8 MHz 94 110 100 100 3 0 5 22 30 2000 15 In-Out 30 20

7345 16 950-2400 5-862 100 100 100 100 6 1 6 4 50 1200


33

REC 11

REC 12

REC 13

REC 14

REC 15
1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT A

Sat System I 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT A 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT A 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT A 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT B

Sat System II 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT B 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT B 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT B 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT C

Sat System III 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT C 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT C 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT C 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT D

Sat System IV 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT D 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT D 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT D

REC 16

OUT Terr. 47-862 MHz

32

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT A

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT A

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT A

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT A

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT B

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT B

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT B

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT B

IN Terr.

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT C

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT C

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT C

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT C

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT D

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT D

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT D

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT D

Sat System I

Sat System II Slope

Sat System III

Sat System IV

SAT: 950 - 2400 MHz TER: 88 - 862 MHz

11-18 12-14

Gain

Gain

Amplificador SMATV 17 x 17 17 x 17 SMATV Amplifier


Sat System I 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT A 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT A 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT A 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT A 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT B Sat System II 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT B 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT B 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT B 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT C Sat System III 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT C 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT C 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT C

Ref. 7318
Sat System IV 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT D 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT D 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT D 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT D

POWER IN

OUT Terr.

POWER IN

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT A

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT A

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT A

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT A

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT B

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT B

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT B

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT B

IN Terr. 47-862 MHz

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT C

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT C

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT C

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT C

1 IN Vert. V-Low SAT D

2 IN Hor. H-Low SAT D

3 IN Vert. V-High SAT D

4 IN Hor. H-High SAT D

Sat System I

Sat System II

Sat System III

Sat System IV

REC 1

REC 2

16 x 950 - 2400 MHz 1 x 5 - 862 MHz


REC 3

8 x 5 - 2400 MHz

REC 4

Repartidor Conmutable 17 x 17 x 8
REC 5

17 x 17 x 8 Splitter Multiswitch
Sat System I Sat System II 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT A 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT B 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT B 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT B 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT B OUT Terr. 47-862 MHz 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT A 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT A 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT A

Ref. 7323
Sat System III 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT C 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT C 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT C 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT C 1 OUT Vert. V-Low SAT D Sat System IV 2 OUT Hor. H-Low SAT D 3 OUT Vert. V-High SAT D 4 OUT Hor. H-High SAT D

REC 6

REC 7

REC 8

40

50

71

TOOLS AND SOFTWARE

Tools
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

2162

7301

2162 7301 4008 7637

Coaxial cable stripper Satfinder IF simulator Return channel simulator

References
Powering Consumption Input connector Frequency range Accuracy Spurious Protection index MHz KHz dBc Vdc W

4008
12...18 <2 F female 960-1550-2140 200 > 20 IP 20

7637
12...15 <1.5 7.5-14.75-22.65 > 40 IP 30

4008/7637

Software
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

2168

PC programming Sw. + Accs.

72

Optical Fiber
bands.

Full range of products to deploy optical fiber networks capable of distributing television signals in the VHF, UHF & satellite

These products have been designed simplify the installation procedure and guarantee compatibility with the Televes range.

Fib
Optical transmitter ..................................................................75 Optical receiver ......................................................................75 Optical splitter ........................................................................76

PTICAL FIBER

74

PTICAL FIBER
FIBRA PTICA

Optical transmitter
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

8676

8674 8676 5029

Optical Fiber transmitter Optical Fiber transmitter with return path PSU for T03/T05

NEW

References Optical output Laser type Wave length Optical output power Optical output connector RF input Bandwidth Return losses Impedance Max. input level (2 tones) RF input connector Return path Powering Working temperature Dimensions

8674 MQW-DFB 1310 20 2 SC/APC 47-2400 > 11 75 106/tone F no C mm 15V - 320mA -10 to +45 35x197x163

8676 MQW-DFB 1310 20 2 SC/APC 5-2400 > 11 75 106/tone yes

nm mW

MHz dB Ohm dBV

Optical receiver
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

8677

NEW

8675 8677 5029

Optical Fiber receiver Optical Fiber receiver with return path PSU for T03/T05

References Optical input Wave length Maximum optical input power Optical input connector RF output Bandwidth Return losses Impedance Max. output level (2 tones) RF output connector Return path Powering Temperature Dimensions

8675 nm mW 1200 - 1600 2 SC/APC MHz dB Ohm dBV 47 - 2400 > 11 75 108 / tone F female no C mm 15V - 350mA -10 to +45 35x197x163

8677 1200 - 1600 2 SC/APC 5 - 2400 > 11 75 108 / tone F female yes

75

PTICAL FIBER

Optical splitter
2300 PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

NEW

2300 2301 2302 5029

Optical splitter, 2 ways Optical splitter, 3 ways Optical splitter, 4 ways Power supply PSU for T03/T05 range PSU1

References Wave length Number of outputs Through losses Return losses Rejection between outputs Fiber type Temperature Dimensions C mm dB dB nm

2300 2 3.4

2301 3 5.3 >12 >55

2302 4 6.8

131040 / 155040

ITU-T G.652 SMF -40 to +85 35x197x163

TYPICAL APPLICATION

DAT 45 Ref . 2303


COFDM-PAL COFDM-PAL COFDM-PAL MODEM IP CDC

SPLITTER 1/2

Ref. 2300 Splitter

TX
Ref. 5029 Ref. 5054 Ref. 5079 Ref. 5837 Ref. 5052 Ref. 8674

Ref. 2303 10 Km Ref. 2303 15 Km

8 1012

Ref. 5029

Ref. 8675 Ref. 5029

Ref. 8675

76

4 6

4 6

FWD ATT (dB)

8 1012

1416

RX
RF distribution
FWD ATT (dB)
1416

18

0 2

RX
RF distribution

18

0 2

PTICAL FIBER
FIBRA PTICA

TYPICAL APPLICATION

DAT 45 MATV
Ref. 7452

MIX

HH

HL

VH
Ref. 8674

VL
Ref. 8674

Ref. 8674

Ref. 8674

TX
F.O.
Ref. 5029
HL
Ref. 8675 Ref. 8675

Ref. 2308

15 Km

VH
Ref. 8675

VL
Ref. 8675

Ref. 7129 Ref. 5029

Ref. 7452 DEMIX MATV Ref. 7129


Input

HH

Terrestrial

DC-plug Power Supply ------14 V/0 KHz

Inputs

V/ low

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

V/ high H/ high

Sat.: 950 - 2400 MHz Sat.: 2 dB

1
to receivers/Combiner

Outputs to receivers

I. F. inputs

Frequency range - Terr.: 5 - 862 MHz Insertion losses - Terr.: 13 dB Through losses - Terr.: 3 dB

OFF/ON

from next Unit

Outputs

2 3 4

Inputs

Frequency range Insertion losses Isolation Max. input level Through losses trunkline

950 - 2400 MHz 6-0 dB 40 dB typ 92 dBV 1 - 2.5 dB

1 2 3 4

Ref. 7129

7101
Cascade Outputs
14 V/0 KHz

7110
Terrestrial

V/ low

Output

18 V/0 KHz

H/ low

V/ high

14 V/22 KHz 18 V/22 KHz

H/ high

Ref. 7129

HH

HL

VH

VL

HH

HL

VH

VL

TX

Fiber Optics Cable


5029 8674 8674 8674 8674 8674 8674 8674 8674

F.O.

HH

HL

VH

VL

HH

Fiber Optics Cable


5029 8675 8675 8675 8675 8675 8675 8675 8675

77

4 6

4 6

4 6

4 6

4 6

4 6

4 6

4 6

FWD ATT (dB)

8 1012

8 1012

8 1012

8 1012

8 1012

8 1012

8 1012

8 1012

1416

FWD ATT (dB)

1416

FWD ATT (dB)

1416

FWD ATT (dB)

1416

FWD ATT (dB)

1416

4 6

4 6

4 6

4 6

FWD ATT (dB)

8 1012

8 1012

8 1012

8 1012

1416

FWD ATT (dB)

1416

FWD ATT (dB)

1416

FWD ATT (dB)

1416

RX

18

18

18

18

0 2
18
0 2

0 2

0 2

7105

0 2
FWD ATT (dB)

+18V GND
+13V

Mains DC outputs Consumption Short Circuit protection

180-264 Vac / 50 Hz 18 Vdc / 1200 mA 13 Vdc / 300 mA 300 mA / 230 V

7103

HL

VH

VL

1416

FWD ATT (dB)

1416

FWD ATT (dB)

1416

RX

18
0 2

18
0 2

18
0 2

18
0 2

18
0 2

18
0 2

18
0 2

78

Distribution and accessories


adapted to work in every band (VHF, UHF, IF Satellite). vative connection systems.

Complete range of products for the TV signal distribution,

Designed for an easy installation and time saving, using inno-

Dis
Splitters/ Mixers ......................................................................81 Indoor Splitters ......................................................................82 Indoor taps ..............................................................................85 Outdoor taps and splitters ......................................................88 Atticbox ..................................................................................89 Outlets ....................................................................................91 Connectors ..............................................................................92 Coaxial cables..........................................................................94

80

SPLITTERS/MIXERS
DISTRIBUTION & ACCESSORIES

Plug-in
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

4320

4322

4322 4320

2 ways F in / M-M out 2 ways M in / F-F out

Shielded splitters/mixers that might be connected directly to the outlets, video tapes, TV or other equipment as they incorporate IEC connectors.
TYPICAL APPLICATION

References
Band Through losses Rejection between outputs Outputs with DC bypass Output connectors Input connectors mm mm dB

4322
V/U 4.5 >20 1 2M 9.5 1F 9.5

4320
4.5 1 1M 9.5 2F 9.5
Ref. 4322

SAT-MATV Mixers
Combiners/splitters for MATV and IF signals. DC bypass in the IF line.
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

7452

Terrestrial-Satellite 7452 7407 RF+IF Mixer Double mixer (2 outputs) 2FI-2D

7407

References
Mixed bands Inputs with D/C bypass MATV through losses IF through losses MATV-IF rejection Dimensions mm dB

7452
MATV-IF 1 (IF) <2 <2 >20 98x75x26

7407
2 (IF) <5.5 <3 >15 93x78x25

81

INDOOR SPLITTERS

PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

5435

5-2400 MHz 5435 5436 5437 5438 5469 5489 2 Ways 4/5 dB 3 Ways 7/9 dB 4 Ways 7.5/9.5 dB 5 Ways 9.5/12 dB 6 Ways 11/14 dB 8 Ways 14/16 dB

System accesories 5455 4177 4163 4087


G (dB)

Face plate Black plastic case (small) Black plastic case (big) Terminal load DC-blocked

0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 5,0 6,0 7,0 8,0 9,0 10,0 11,0 12,0 13,0 14,0 15,0
5 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2150
F (MHz)

2 outlets
Ref. 5435
5435 5436 5436 out3 5437 5438 5438 out3

3 outlets
Ref. 5436

Ref. 5226

References
Band Number of outputs
5-47

5435
MHz

5436
3

5437
4

5438
5-2400 5

5469
6

5489
8 14 (S1,2) 17 (S3,4) 18 (S5,6) 20 (S7,8) 14 (S1,2) 16 (S3,4) 14 (S5,6) 15 (S7,8) 14 (S1,2) 16 (S3,4) 14 (S5,6) 15,5 (S7,8)

4 outlets
Ref. 5437
Ref. 5226

3.5 S1,2
4.5 S1,2

6.5 S1,2,3
7 S1,2,3

8 S1,2,3,4 10 S1,2,3,4,5
7,5 S1,2,3,4

Through losses IN -OUT S1 S8

12 S1,2,3,4 17 (S5,6)
14 (S1,2) 12 (S3,4) 13 (S5,6)

Ref. 5246

47-862

dB

5 outlets
Ref. 5438

9502400

5 S1,2

7...11 S1,2,3

14 (S1,2) 9,5 9,5...12 12 (S3,4) S1,2,3,4 S1,2,3,4,5 11 (S5,6)


>15 >9

5-862 Reject. dB between outputs 950-2400

>15

>17

> 10

Ref. 5226

>12

>16

> 12
Ref. 5246

Outputs-inputs DC bypass Max. voltage

mA
Vdc

300
40

300 300 S1,2,3,4,5,6 S1,2,3,4

82

INDOOR SPLITTERS
DISTRIBUTION & ACCESSORIES

Detail of F connector and Easy F

83

INDOOR SPLITTERS

F connector
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

4534

5-2400MHz 5150 5151 5152 5153 7441 7406 5155 5156 5157 5158 5159 2 Ways 4/5 dB 3 Ways 7/9 dB 4 Ways 7.5/10 dB 5 Ways 10/12 dB 6 Ways 12/16 dB 8 Ways 14/19 dB 2 Ways all DC 4 Ways all DC 5 Ways all DC 6 Ways all DC 8 Ways all DC 7402 4530 4532 4531 4534 4533

5-1000MHz 2 Ways 3 Ways 4 Ways 6 Ways 8 Ways 950-2150MHz active 8 Ways active

System accesories 4061 4058 F-Type 75 load DC blocked F connector load

Ref. 5150

Ref. 5155

DC

DC

DC

DC DC

DC DC

DC DC

DC bypass from the outputs to the input

ALL DC Splitters

References
Band Number of outputs Through losses VHF UHF dB dB MHz

4530

4532

4531
5-1000

4534

4533

References
Band MHz Number of outputs IF gain Rejection bet. outputs DC bypass outputs-inputs Noise figure dB mm dB dB

7402
950-2150 8 5-7.5 12 Yes <8 141x97x24

2 5 5 15

3 7 7 20

4 9 9 15 F

6 10 10 20

8 12 12 15

Rejection between outputs Type of connectors Dimensions

mm

52x50x20

74x50x20

123x60x20

Dimensions

References
Band Number of outputs Through losses Rejection between outputs Max. output-input DC bypass MATV FI MATV FI dB dB A MHz

5150
2 4 5

5151
3 7 9

5152
4 7.5 10

5153
5 10 12

7441
6 12 16 > 17

7406
8 14 19 > 19 1

5155
2 4 5

5156
4 7.5 10 > 20

5157
5 - 2400 5 10 10

5158
6 10 11.7 > 28

5159
8 11 13.6 > 34

5 - 2400

> 20

84

INDOOR TAPS
DISTRIBUTION & ACCESSORIES

5-2400 MHz Easy F


2W/4W PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

2 Ways 5425 2D 12 dB (Floor 1) 5426 2D 16 dB (Floor 2, 3) 5427 2D 20 dB (Floor 4-6) 5428 2D 24 dB (Floor 7-12) 4 Ways 5444 4D 12 dB (Floor 1) 5445 4D 17 dB (Floor 2, 3) 5446 4D 20 dB (Floor 4, 5) 5447 4D 25 dB (Floor 6, 7) 5448 4D 29 dB (Floor 8) TA A B C TD TA A B C 5610 5611 5612 5492 5493 5494

6 Ways 6D 16 dB (Floor 1) 6D 20 dB (Floor 2, 3) 6D 24 dB (Floor 4, 5) 8 Ways 8D 16 dB (Floor 1) 8D 22 dB (Floor 2) 8D 28 dB (Floor 3) TA A B TA A B 6W/ 8W

The innovative easy fast F-connector provides the advantages of the S&C connector and the F-connector. Fully shielded. They allow an IN-OUT current bypass.

References
Number of outputs Floor Through losses IN - OUT Tap losses IN-D1/D2 Rejection output-tap Rejection bet. taps Max. bypass current C. ret. MATV FI C. ret. MATV FI MATV FI MATV FI

5425
1 <4 2.2 2.4 <13 13 12 > 32 > 25 > 37 > 31

5426
2 23 <1.5 1.2 2 <16 16 16 > 27 > 24 > 42 > 34

5427
46 <2 1.1 1.2 <20 20 20 > 35 > 35 > 30 > 22

5428
712 <1 0.7 0.9 <24 24 24 > 42 > 38 > 30 > 23

5444
1 5.5 4.7 5-7.5 12 13 15 > 33 > 30 > 28 > 21 300

5445
23 3 2.3 2.3-3 17 17 17 > 32 > 33 > 27 > 20

5446
4 46 2.3 1.6 2.1 20 20 22 > 33 > 30 > 28 > 22

5447
712 1.5 1.3 1.4-3 25 25 25 > 35 > 33 > 30 > 25

5448
1216 1.3 1.2 1.3-3 28 28 29 > 40 > 35 > 32 > 30

dB mA

Referencias
Number of outputs Floor Through losses IN - OUT Tap losses IN-D1/D2/D3/D4 Rejection bet. taps C. ret. MATV FI C. ret. MATV FI C. ret. MATV FI C. ret. MATV FI

5492
1 <11 5 5 <18 16 16 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30

5493
6 23 <6 3 3,5 <20 20 20 >30 >30 >25 >40 >40 >40

5494
45 <6 3 4 <26 24 24 >35 >30 >25 >45 >45 >45 40 300

5610
1 14 7 8 <18 16 16 >30 >30 >20 >35 >35 >35

5611
8 2 4 2 5 <24 23 23 >30 >30 >20 >40 >40 >40

5612
3 4 2 5 <30 28 28 >40 >35 >30 >40 >40 >40

dB

Rejection bet. taps Max. voltage Max. bypass current

Vdc mA

85

INDOOR TAPS

5-2400 MHz F connector


2 Ways
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

5133

5130 5131 5132 5133 5134

12 dB 15 dB 18 dB 23 dB 27 dB

References

5130
MHz MATV IF MATV IF MATV IF MATV IF 2.5 2.6 12 12 > 32 > 25

5131
1.2 2 15 15 > 27 > 24

5132
5-2400 1.5 1.5 18 19 > 35 > 30 > 30 1

5133
1 1.5 23 23 > 42 > 35

5134
1 1 27 27 > 50 > 35

4 Ways
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

Frequency range Through losses Tap losses Rejection output-tap Rejection bet. taps Max. bypass current

dB

5141 5142 5143 5144 5145

4W 12 dB 4W 16 dB 4W 19 dB 4W 24 dB 4W 28 dB

dB A

6 Ways
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

References
Frequency range Through losses Tap losses MATV IF MATV IF MATV IF MATV MHz

5141
4.5 5 12 12 > 50 > 25

5142
2.3 3.4 16 16

5143
5-2400 1.5 2.5 19 20 > 35 > 30

5144
1 2 24 24

5145
1 1.5 28 29

dB

5135 5136 5137

18 dB 20 dB 24 dB

Rejection output-tap Rejection bet. taps Max. bypass current

dB A

> 20 1

8 Ways
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

References
Frequency range Through losses Ret. Path VHF UHF IF dB MHz

5135
3 3.3 5 18 19 A

5136
1.7 2 4 20 21

5137
1.5 1.5 2.5 24 25 >21 1

5146
3 3.3 5 18 19

5147
1.7 2 4 20 20

5148
1.5 1.5

5-2400

5146 5147 5148

18 dB 20 dB 23 dB

System accesories 4061 4058 F-Type 75 load DC blocked F connector load

Ret. Path VHF Tap losses UHF IF Rejection between taps Max. bypass current

23 25

86

INDOOR TAPS
DISTRIBUTION & ACCESSORIES

5-1000 MHz F connector


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

4578

1 Way 4515 4516 4517 4518 4519 6 dB 8 dB 11 dB 14 dB 17 dB 2 Ways 4560 4561 4562 4563 4564 4565 4566 4567 4 dB terminal 9 dB 11 dB 14 dB 17 dB 20 dB 23 dB 26 dB 4 Ways 4571 4572 4573 4574 4575 4576 4577 8 dB terminal 11 dB 14 dB 17 dB 20 dB 23 dB 26 dB 8 Ways 4578 4579 4580 4581 12 dB terminal 14 dB 17 dB 20 dB 4571 4560

References
Frequency range Tap losses Through losses Rejection between taps Dimensions

1D
MHz

4515
6.5

4516
8 2.4 30

4517
5-1000 11 1.5 33 52x50x20

4518
14 1.5 35

4519
17 1.3 37

dB mm

3 30

References
Frequency range Tap losses Through losses Rejection between taps Dimensions

2D
MHz

4560
4.5

4561
8 2.5 28

4562
11 2.0 27

4563
14 2.0 27

4564
17 1.5 27

4565
20 1.0 27

4566
23 1.0 27

4567
26 1.0 27

5-1000 28

dB mm

52x50x20

System accesories 4061 4058 F-Type 75 load DC blocked F connector load

References
Frequency range Tap losses Through losses Rejection between taps

4D
MHz

4571
8

4572
11 4.0

4573
14 2.5

4574
5-1000 17 2.0 25 66x56x20

4575
20 1.0

4576
23 0.5

4577
26 0.5

dB mm

This passive line for interior distribution provided with F connectors includes taps with 1,2, 4 and 8 ways, as well as a support for wall mounting.

Dimensions

References
Frequency range Tap losses Through losses Dimensions

8D
MHz dB mm

4578
12 -

4579
14 <5

4580
17 <3.5

4581
20 <2

5-1000

92x56x20

87

OUTDOORS

SCATV 5-1000 MHz


Splitters 5/8
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

System accesories 4121 4122 4123 5/8 cable 1/2 5/8 cable TR165 5/8 - F adapter 4612

4622 4623

2 Ways 3 Ways

Taps 5/8 - F
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

Wide range of taps for 2 and 4 ways. Attenuators from 5 to 35 dB with rejection between taps higher than 24 dB. Incorporates F connectors in the tap outputs and 5/8 in the input and in the through output. It allows AC through the bypass but not in the tap ways.
4623

2 Ways 4601 4602 4603 4604 4605 4606 4607 4611 5 dB terminal 8 dB 11 dB 14 dB 17 dB 20 dB 23 dB 35 dB 4 Ways 4612 4613 4614 4615 4616 4617 8 dB terminal 11 dB 14 dB 17 dB 20 dB 23 dB

References
Tap losses Through losses 5-860 MHz Rejection between taps 5-860 MHz Impedance Max. powering (60 Vac) Dimensions

2D
dB A mm

4601
5.2 -

4602
8 <4.9 24

4603
11 <3.6

4604
14 <3.1 26 75 6

4605
17 <2.2 29

4606
20 <1.7 31

4607
23 <1.9 33

4611
35 <1.8 42

74x50x20

References
Tap losses Through losses 5-860 MHz Rejection between taps 5-860 MHz Impedance Max. powering (60 Vac) Dimensions

4D 4612
9.8 dB A mm 26

4613
11 <5.1 26

4614 4615 4616 4617


14 <3.9 26 75 6 131x100x77 17 <3.1 26 20 <2.3 30 23 <1.9 33

References
Number of outputs Through losses Rejection bet. outputs Range connectors Max. powering (60 VAC) Dimensions A mm dB dB

4622
2 6 20

4623
3 10

5/8 10 144x114x77

88

OUTLETS
DISTRIBUTION & ACCESSORIES

Through
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

End
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

5-2150 MHz 5236 5227 5228 5229 20 dB + DC 14 dB + DC 10 dB + DC 4 dB+ DC end splitter outlet Low losses 5-862 MHz 5230 5231 FM-TV 4 dB end outlet FM-TV BP 10 dB 5-1000 MHz 5232 5233 FM-TV End outlet SCATV FM-TV SCATV

5226 5246 5270

Diplexed TV/FM-SAT Diplexed TV-FM- SAT (triple) MATV (bridged)

System accessories
REF. DESCRIPTION

5442 5441 5440 5443 5273 5274

Back box Face plate R-TV Face plate TV/FM-SAT Face plate R-TV-SAT RJ 45 TV-R Face plate adapter RJ 45 TV/R-SAT Face plate adapter

Tap losses (dB) Ref. Symbol


Bands

Return
5-47

BI
47-68

Subband
68-89

FM
88-108

Low S
104-174

BIII/DAB
174-230

High S Hyperb.
230-446

UHF
470-862

IF - SAT
950-2150 2150-2400

DC bypass (350mA)

Through losses loss (dB)

MATV

IF SAT

5232 5233

TV R TV R TV/R SAT TV/R SAT TV/R SAT TV/R SAT TV R TV/R SAT TV/R SAT TV/R SAT TV R SAT End outlet

<1 <8 1 1 6 11 10.5 10.5 20 19 10 4.3 <1 <1 0.3 <8 -

<1 7 26 4 4 7.5 8.5 13 13 20 20 9.5 4.5 <1 4 0.6 4.5 Through outlet

<1 7 26 4 4 7.5 8.5 13 13 20 20 9.5 4.5 <1 4 0.6 4.5 -

5229 5228 5227 5236

5231 5230

5270

5226

5246

SCATV 5-1000 MHz <1 <1 <1 3 7 7 7 7 26 26 26 26 Bypass current outlets 5-2150 MHz 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 Low losses 47-860 MHz 9.5 9.5 9.5 26 4.5 4.5 4.5 18 End bridged oulet <1 <1 <1 <1 4 4 4 4 Splitters - 2 outputs 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 Triple outlet 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 Female IEC connector

<1 7 26 4 4 7.5 8.5 13 13 20 20 9.5 4.5 <1 4 0.6 4.5 -

6.5 5 10.5 9 13.5 14 24 24 10 5.5 10 <1 1.5 >9

13 10 14 14.5 23 24.5 6.3 1 >9

SATIN INOUT SATIN INOUT SATIN INOUT SATIN Yes

2.6 5 2 1

3.5 1.2 0.6

<1.3 -

2 -

SATIN SATIN F Female

Male IEC connector

89

OUTLETS AND CONNECTORS

Multimedia
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

Tap losses (dB) Ref.


5211 5213
Bands

BI
47-68

FM
88-108

FM dig.
111-114

DAB
195-232

VHF
117-470

UHF
470-862

5211 5213

Data-R/TV Through Outlet Data-R/TV Terminal Outlet

TV/R Data TV/R Data

8,5 7,5 4,8 5

8 7,5 4,8 5

8 7,5 4,8 5

8 7,5 4,9 5

8 7,5 4,9 5

IEC Elbowed shielded


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

413201/413301 4130/4131

NEW

IEC Shielded 4130 4131 Male 9.5 mm Female 9.5 mm

413201 Male 9.5 mm pro 413301 Female 9.5 mm pro

Joint connectors
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

4066

4173

4066 4173

Coaxial joint F female - F female

F Type
4176 PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

4134

NEW

4176 4171 9349 4120 4127

Elbow push fit (CXT&T100) Plug twist (CXT&T100) Plug twist (TR165) Plug crimp (1/2) Plug twist (CXT 5 mm) 4171 4120 4127 9349

413401 Elbow male professional 4135 F connector T100

90

CONNECTORS
DISTRIBUTION & ACCESSORIES

SCATV 5/8 Type


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

4121

4122

4121 4122

5/8 cable 1/2 5/8 cable TR165

Connection accessories
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

4123

4071

4061

Adapters 4123 4071 5/8 - F connector DC block F connector 75 Terminal loads 4061 4058 4087 F type DC blocked F type For saddle&clamp, DC blocked SCART leads 7352 2 SCART 21 pin 4058 4087 7352

Cases for Easy F splitters and taps


5455 PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

4177

5455 4177 4163

Face plate Black plastic case (small) Black plastic case (big)

91

COAXIAL CABLE

PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

Copper braid 2106 2138 2139 CXT White PVC 5 mm CXT White PVC CXT Black PVC

212603 17PATC Black PE 2141 2147 2155 2160 2149 2159 2140 T100 White PVC T100 Black PVC T100 Black PE T100 Black (250 m) TR165 Black PE TR165 White PE 1/2 Black PE

References
Model (mm) Inner cond. Dielectric Material Resist. (mm) (/Km)

2141
1,13 Cu 20 4,8 PEE B (/Km) 20 Cu Yes No (mm) 6,6 White PVC (mm) (dB) (pF/m) () (m) 200 500 800 1000 1350 1750 2050 2150 2300 dB/m 33 >75 55 75 100 250 0,08 0,12 0,15 0,18 0,21 0,24 0,27 0,27 0,28
Cu + Fe: Copper clad steel Al: Aluminium Cu: Copper

2147
T100 1,13 Cu 20 4,8 PEE B 20 Cu Yes No 6,6 Black PVC 33 >75 55 75 100 0,08 0,12 0,15 0,18 0,21 0,24 0,27 0,27 0,28

2155
1,13 Cu 20 4,8 PEE B 20 Cu Yes No 6,6 Black PE 33 >75 55 75 100 250 0,08 0,12 0,15 0,18 0,21 0,24 0,27 0,27 0,28

2160
1,13 Cu 20 4,8 PEE B 20 Cu Yes No 6,6 Black PVC 33 >75 55 75 250 0,08 0,13 0,16 0,19 0,22 0,25 0,28 0,29 0,30

2106
CXT5 0,8 Cu 35 3,4 PEE A 25 CuSn No No 5 White PVC 25 >75 53 75 100 0,11 0,19 0,23 0,26 0,31 0,35 0,39 0,40 0,42

2138 2139
CXT 1 Cu 23 4,8 PEE B 35 Cu No No 6,6 W/B PVC 33 >75 55 75 100 0,09 0,14 0,18 0,20 0,23 0,27 0,29 0,30 0,31

212603
17PATC

2149 2159
TR-165 1,63 Cu 9 7,2 PEE A 13 Al No No 10,1 B/W PE 50 >75 53 75 250 0,05 0,10 0,12 0,14 0,17 0,19 0,20 0,20 0,22

2140
1/2 2,7 Cu 3,2 11,5 PEE B 7 Cu No Yes 15 Black PE 75 >75 55 75 500 0,03 0,06 0,07 0,08 0,10 0,11 0,12 0,13 0,14

1,13 Cu 23 4,8 PEE A 40 Al No No 6,9 Black PE 33 >75 54 75 100 0,08 0,13 0,17 0,20 0,23 0,27 0,30 0,31 0,32

Material Overlapping shielding foil Braid Antimigration film Petrol jelly Outer sheath Colour Resist. Material

Material Minimum bending radio Shielding Capacitance Impedance Meters / reel

Attenuations

Freq. (MHz)

Sheath PVC PE LSFH

Environment Indoor Outdoor Special

PE: Polyethylene PEE: Foam polyethylene LSFH: Low Smoke Free Hallogen

Overlapped foil A Al + Polyester + Al B Cu + Polyester

92

COAXIAL CABLE
DISTRIBUTION & ACCESSORIES

PRODUCT RANGE (70% screening factor series)


REF. DESCRIPTION

2141 VO2/V04 T100 Plus 2151 VO1 2128 2127 2155 VO1 2126 2149 VO1 T100 White LSFH CXT White CXT1 White T100 PE Black 17 VAtC TR165

100/250 m 100 m 100/250 m 100 m 100 m 100/250 m 250 m

70% screening factor series


References
mm Inner conductor Dielectric Overlapping Foil Material Resistance
mm

2126
1,12 Cu 18 4,8 PEE B 27 16x6x0,14 (%) 74 Al no 6,9 white PVC 34,5 >75 75 100/250 5,35 8,02 13,15 16,49 17,06 19,3 22,76 26,35 28,88 29,55 31,54

2141 V02/V04
1,13 Cu 16 4,8 PEE B 12 16x8x0,11 73 Cu yes 6,6 white PVC 33 >75 75 100/250 5,40 7,88 12,69 15,80 16,32 18,37 21,62 24,87 27,22 27,85 29,15

2149 V01
1,63 Cu 9 7,2 PEE A 8 16x7x0,15 70 Cu no 10,1 black PE 50,5 >75 75 250 3,59 5,44 8,97 11,20 11,59 13,13 15,48 18,00 19,78 20,31 21,12

2151 V01
1,12 Cu 18 4,7 PEE B 14 16x8x0,11 73 Cu yes 6,6 white LSFH 33 >75 75 100 4,85 7,50 12,00 15,00 15,60 17,00 20,50 23,50 25,70 26,00 27,00

2128
1 Cu 20 4,5 PEE A 31 16x6x0,14 74 Al no 6,5 white PVC 32,5 >75 75 100/250 5,82 8,68 14,13 17,72 18,33 20,68 24,27 28,12 30,71 31,42 32,75

2127
1
CCS

2155 V01
1,13 Cu 18 4,8 PEE B 13 16x8x0,11 73 Cu yes 6,6 black PE 33 >75 75 100 5,07 7,88 12,69 15,74 16,33 18,36 21,64 24,82 27,12 27,81 29,47

(/Km)

Outer conductor

Material Material Resistance Dimensions Screening Material

(/Km)

97 4,7 PEE A 30 16x7x0,13 73,4 Al no 6,7 white PVC 33,5 >75 75 100 6,38 9,39 15,24 19,27 20,00 22,84 27,50 32,26 35,67 36,87 38,50

(carrier x strands x mm)

Antimigrating film Outer Sheath Colour Material Minimum bending radius Shielding Impedance Metres / reel (mm)

(mm) (dB) () (m)

Attenuations
85 200 500 750 800 1000 1350 1750 2050 2150 2300

Frequence (MHz)

dB/100 m

Sheath PVC PE LSFH

Environment of use Indoor Outdoor Special

Al: Aluminium Cu: Copper PVC: Polyvinyle Clorhidre CSS: Copper Clad Steel

PE: Polyethylene PEE: Foam Polyethylene LSFH: Low Smoke Free Hallogen

Overlapping foil composition A Al + Polyester + Al B Cu + Polyester C Cu + Polyester

93

COAXIAL CABLE

Remark: The PE cables (polyethylene) are used for outdoor applications. The PVC cables are used for indoor applications.

Coaxial cable section detail

Cable losses
dB/100 m 0,0

Coaxial cable stripping detail

5,0

2140

10,0 2149 15,0

20,0

2141

25,0

30,0

200

400

600

800

1000

1200

1400

1600

1800

2000 2150

MHz

Recommendations

94

DTH
DTH receivers
Indoor receivers for terrestrial and satellite channels. Easy to use, with easy and intuitive menus.
ZAS DTT adapter ....................................................................98 Terrestrial Digital Receiver ....................................................100 Satellite Digital Receiver ......................................................102

RECEIVERS - TERRESTRIAL TV

ZAS
Adapter for DTT free channels reception. Compatible MPEG-2, DVB-T. Easy and intuitive menus. Easy and fast channel search. 8 Lists of favourite programmes (4 TV and 4 radio). Capacity to store 198 programmes (99 TV and 99 Radio). Electronic programmes guide (EPG). Software update through the RS-232 port. Multi-video output - CVBS, RGB. Output modulator PAL I, G. Test signal. Multifunction LED (ON/OFF/No signal). Small size. External power supply 12Vdc. Configurable screen format (4:3 Pan&Scan, 4:3 Letter Box, 16:9 Panoramic).

TYPICAL APPLICATION

96

RECEIVERS - TERRESTRIAL TV
DTH RECEIVERS

References
General No. of channels EPG Through output Demodulator Signal range Input band Input level Constellations FEC Guard interval Output frequency Output channel TV Video Input format and decod. Max. video rate Screen format Video resolution Mbps MPEG-2 MP @ ML 15 4:3, 16:9 720 x 576 MHz MHz dBV COFDM, 2K, 8K 474-862 45-80 16QAM, 64 QAM 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32 474-862 CH 21 to 69 (CCIR) PAL I/G MHz
198 (99TV + 99 Radio)

5010
Audio Audio decoder INPUT/OUTPUT Port Input connector Output connector Serial Port connection Video output RGB Video output CVBS Analogue audio output Powering Consumption Mains voltage Physical characteristics Dimensions Weight mm Kg 180 x 29 x 140 0.3 mA(V) 0.57 (12) 220-240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 1 x CEI (female) 1 x CEI (male) RS232C, SUB-D female 9-pins 1 x SCART TV connector 1 x SCART TV connector 1 x SCART TV connector MPEG/MusiCam Layer I & II yes 47-862

97

RECEIVERS - TERRESTRIAL TV

Terrestrial digital receiver


Indoor unit for the receptin of digital terrestrial channels. Audio/video signals are provided via SCART or RCA outputs.

References
General Number of channels EPG, Teletext & Subtittles Display in frontal Timer Frequency scanner Screen format Through output Output signal TV standards Demodulator Signal range Input band Input level Vdeo Video decoding mode Video output RGB Video output CVBS MPEG-2 MP @ ML TV x 1 (SCART) 2 SCARTS (TV, VCR) MHz dBm COFDM, 2K y 8K 50-860
-75 a -20 1500

7287
Audio Audio decoding mode Audio mode INPUT/OUTPUT Port Input/output connectors Serial Port connection Number of SCARTS Analogue audio output Optical output for digital audio Powering Consumption Mains voltage Physical characteristics Dimensions Weight mm Kg 280x43x165 1,3 W 12 90-240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 2 x IEC (antenna loop) RS232C, 9 pin SUB-D 2 (TV and VCR) 2 (L/R) X RCA 1xS/PDIF MPEG-1/2 Dual/Stereo Yes Hour of wait/channel in normal m. Yes Yes 4:3 y 16:9 Yes A/V by SCART PAL/NTSC Automatic conversion

98

RECEIVERS - TERRESTRIAL TV
DTH RECEIVERS

Terrestrial digital receiver


Indoor unit for the receptin of digital terrestrial channels. Audio/video signals are provided via SCART or RCA outputs.

Reference
General Number of channels EPG, Teletext & Subtittles Timer Screen format Output signal TV standards Demodulator Signal range Input band Vdeo Video decoding mode Video output RGB Video output CVBS MHz COFDM, 2K y 8K 170..230-470..860 MPEG-2 MP @ ML TV x 1 (SCART) 2 SCARTS (TV, VCR)
1500

7117
Audio Audio decoding mode Audio mode INPUT/OUTPUT Input connector Serial Port connection Number of SCARTS Powering Consumption Mains voltage W 8 100-240 Vac, 50/60 Hz IEC Mini USB 1.1 / 2.0 1 TV MPEG-1/2 Dual/Stereo Yes Yes 4:3 y 16:9 A/V by SCART PAL/NTSC Automatic conversion

99

RECEIVERS - TERRESTRIAL TV

MPEG 4 Terrestrial digital receiver


Indoor unit for the receptin of digital terrestrial channels. USB PVR ready. Audio/video signals are provided via SCART, RCA or HDMI outputs.

References
General Number of channels EPG, Teletext & Subtittles Display in frontal Timer Frequency scanner Screen format Through output Output signal TV standards Demodulator Signal range Input band Input level Vdeo Video decoding mode Video output RGB Video output CVBS MPEG-2 MP @ ML, MPEG4/H.264 TV x 1 (SCART) 2 SCARTS (TV, VCR) MHz dBm COFDM, 2K y 8K 50-860
-75 a -20 1500

7143
Audio Audio decoding mode Audio mode INPUT/OUTPUT Port Input/output connectors Serial Port connection Number of SCARTS Analogue audio output Optical output for digital audio Powering Consumption Mains voltage Physical characteristics Dimensions Weight mm Kg 280x43x165 1,3 W 12 90-240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 2 x IEC (antenna loop) RS232C, 9 pin SUB-D , USB, e-SATA 2 (TV and VCR) 2 (L/R) X RCA 1xS/PDIF MPEG-1/2 Dual/Stereo Yes Alphanumeric Yes Yes 4:3 y 16:9 Yes HDMI, A/V by SCART PAL/NTSC Automatic conversion

100

RECEIVERS - SAT
DTH RECEIVERS

Satellite Digital Receiver


Domestic unit for digital satellite channels reception. Audio/video signals are provided via SCART or RCA outputs. It's compatible with both DiSEqC and USALS positioners.
7116

NEW

PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

7116 7118

FTA Satellite receiver FTA Satellite receiver w/modulator

References
General Number of channels Number of channels Channels block Teletext Subtittles Timer Tuner / LNB input Input band Frequency scanning No. of LNB inputs Loop through signal for LNB LNB powering DiSEqC Positioner system Symbol rate SAT Bands volt/mA MHz 950 - 2150 yes 1 "F" si 13-18 / 350 1.0 / 1.2 / toneburst A/B USALS / DiSEqC 1.2 2 - 45 Msps C & Ku 4000 various yes no no yes Video / Audio decodification mode Video Video format Audio Audio modes Output signal Output signal mode Input connector INPUT/OUTPUT Ports RS232 SCARTS RCA LNB Powering and physical characteristics Mains voltage Consumption Dimensions Weight W mm Kg

7116
MPEG-2 4:3, 16:9 MPEG-1 Mono; Dual; Stereo; "Joint stereo" (A/ V) RGB, CVBS, Audio L/R 1 SCART 1 x (9-pin D-sub) 2 x (TV / VCR) 3 x (video - L audio - R audio) 2 x "F" (in-out) 90 - 260 V, 50/60 Hz 15 280 x 165 x 43 1.3

LNB IN VIDEO

Internal F1: T2AL 250V


MODEL NO: RSD 7116 90 - 260 V~ 50/60 Hz, 15W

POWER L AUDIO R IF OUT VCR TV RS232


Made for Televs

101

102

Me
Wide range of Field Strength Meters, that adapt to every kind of
user: basic FSM100, medium FSM 400 and advanced FSM500 (all of them can be upgraded, so you can buy a FSM100 and incorporate gradually new functions when needed. H45 ....................................................................................105 FSM 100................................................................................108 FSM 400................................................................................109 FSM 450................................................................................110 FSM 500................................................................................111 FSM 650................................................................................112

Field Strength Meters

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METERS AND TOOLS

Digital Processing

with

Perfect evolution is not making a smaller meter. Perfect evolution is making a Digital Processing meter in a small format. The Digital Processing engine of the H45 field strength meter enables us to unveil details of the radioelectric spectrum that were unimaginable to date...

PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

5990 5991 5992

H45 Compact HD Option (H45 Compact ) H45 Advanced

Captures, measures and processes up to 20MHz of bandwidth in less than 10ms, giving the installer intelligently simple functionality.

EXCLUSIVE FUNCTIONALITY

COMBO MODE IN REAL TIME

ZOOM SPECTRUM

QUALITY CHECKMARKS

SCAN&LOG TERR/SAT

105

FIELD STRENGTH METERS

VERSION

H45 Compact (ref. 5990)

H45 Advance (ref. 5992)

(with DIGITAL PROCESSING Technology)

ANALOG Signal Measurements

Return Channel (5 MHz-47 MHz) Measurement and Demodulation of Analog Channels, DVB-T and DVB-C Terrestrial (47 MHz-880 MHz) Measurements and Demodulation DVB-T, DVB-C and DVB-H Radio FM (80 MHz-110 MHz) Measurements and Demodulation GSM (880 MHz-950 MHz) Measurements in Spectrum Mode Satellite (950 MHz-2220 MHz) Measures Analog Satellite. Measurements and Demodulation of DVB-S y DVB-S2 WIFI (2220 MHz-2500 MHz) Measurements in Spectrum Mode Level with Colour-coded Level Scale representing signal state
Audible signal according to Level and CN V/A and C/N (without losing video visualisation) Synch Impulse: Real representation Video Line Representation (user defined, with off-set and zoom) Automatic C/N Referenced C/N TV Norms Electromagnetic Field Measurements Power Automatic C/N Referenced C/N Audible signal according to Power and CN Impulse Channel Response in COFDM (Echoes) Constellation QAM, DVB-S2 (8PSK or QPSK), COFDM (with manual carrier selection) Packet Error Rate NICAM BER MER Att. Auto. QAM PWR Symbol Rate cBER vBER MER COFDM PWR Auto Offset Detection cBER vBER MER QPSK (with Q.A.L.technology) PWR Symbol Rate Code Rate Link Margin cBER BCH BER MER 8PSK - DVB S2 Att. Auto. PWR Symbol Rate

Bands

YES, Continuous Band (without gaps) from 5MHz to 2.500MHz


DVB-S2 with HD OPTION (ref.5991)

CN 45dB YES, Terrestrial

CN 52dB

In Spectrum Mode PAL B/G,D/K,I, SECAM B/G,D/K,L


15-130 dBV

In Spectrum Mode HD OPTION (ref.5991) HD OPTION (ref.5991)

9.9E-2 - 1.0E-8

DIGITAL Signal Measurements (with DIGITAL PROCESSING Technology)

40-125 dBV 700 - 7.200 Kbaud 9.9E-2 - 1.0E-6 1.0E-4 - 1.0E-8 40-125 dBV 1.0E-2 - 1.0E-6 1.0E-4 - 1.0E-8 40-120 dBV AUTO, from 1 - 45Mbaud AUTO, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8, 1/2 (-8.3) - 20dB 1.0E-2 - 1.0E-8 5.0E-2 - 1.0E-8

HD OPTION (ref.5991)
40 - 120 dBV 1 - 30 Mbaud

Code Rate
Decodes Free-to-Air MPEG-2 with Standard Resolution Number of Services, Service Selected, Service Audios NID, VPID, APID, SID (with Network Descriptor) Video Resolution, Audio Type and Language HD Identification Analyses Transport Events

AUTO (supports 1/4, 1/3, 2/5, 3/5,


1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6, 8/9, 9/10)

MPEG

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METERS AND TOOLS

VERSION

Span

Terrestrial Satellite Manually configurable in 1MHz steps

H45 Compact (ref. 5990) 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and FULL 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and FULL

H45 Advance (ref. 5992)


100KHz, 200KHz, 500Khz, 1M, 2M 1GHz and 2GHz 200KHz, 500Khz, 1M, 2M 1GHz and 2GHz

Terrestrial

ANALYSER Mode (with DIGITAL PROCESSING Technology)

RBW
Satellite
B.E.R. measurement in Spectrum Vertical Reference Level Saturation Warning signal (audible sound and spectrum colour change) REAL-TIME Sweep Screen Refreshing speed Hold Marks SPECTRUM ZOOM within the same screen
(Spectrum 1 is variable in span. Spectrum 2 is the zoom of the central channel in Spectrum 1)

100, 200, 800 and 3200 KHz User selectable: NO Automatic depending on Span: YES 200, 800 y 3200 KHz User selectable: NO Auto based on Span: YES config 5 and 10 dB
< 250ms <250ms One

Configurable from 300Hz to 6,4 MHz

config 1, 2, 5, 10 dB
< 10ms <100ms Up to 3

Visualisation of 3 CONFIGURABLE TRACES EVENT TRIGGERS to detect Pulsing Signals Represents Background Noise Configurable Detectors for Sampling Digital signals Variable VBW Voltage, Extra burst (14 V, 19.5V to compensate cable losses) 22 KHz tone DiSEqC and SCR Motor Control Type / Autonomy Battery status indicator (icon and tone) Terrestrial Dynamic Margin Satellite Satellite Frequency Selection Units Automatic shut-down Languages Menu and Measurements Presentation All measurements in one screen QUALITY CHECKMARKS COMBO MODE IN REAL-TIME (3 windows - spectrum, all measurements and video image) SD Rotary-Capacitive Selector Teletext SW upgrades through USB port USB and SCART interfaces Memories Macros Datalogs Stored Measurement Capacity Download Datalogs into SD Create Channel Plans or Macros from SCANs Outlet type selection when executing automatic measurements Clasification of Datalogs by Installation or Outlets GRAPH LOGGER

Battery

Powering LNBs

13/18/24V

Litio-Ion (>4 hours in Low Consumption mode)


50 dB 45 dB 60 dB 55 dB

General Characteristics

IF, Real RF, Channel and Memory dBV, dBmV, dBm and dBV/m YES (programmable 1- 59 min.) English, German, Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese On-Screen-Display (OSD)

Analog and Digital

250

Programmed Measurements

1000 100 macros with 250 memories each Up to 30.000

(PC applications)

H45 Management

Data Logger
Graph Logger

Mem Tools
DIGITAL PROCESSING Technology

Miscellaneous

SCAN & LOG with Automatic Channel Identification


Q.A.L. (QPSK Auto Lock) Technology

Terrestrial Satellite

HW and SW upgrades to accomodate newest features/technologies without changing meters


Capacitive Technology to make knob navigation faster and more precise

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FSM 100
5901 PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

5901

FSM 100

Options
REF. DESCRIPTION

5904 5906 5907 5909

DiSEqC Option Shortcut keys Upgrade FSM 100 to FSM 400 FSM Calibration

The FSM 100 is a portable meter with a coloured screen which features all of the basic functions that are necessary to guarantee a high level of quality in an analogue or digital TV. installation. The meters robustness and the fact that it is easy to use together with the long duration of battery life (more than two hours with a combined average consumption) make it an excellent portable device. It has been designed to carry out measurements both in analogue channels (level, C/N*, V/A*), as well as in digital channels (power, C/N*), and both in the terrestrial band (47-860 MHz) as well as in the satellite band (950-2150 MHz). The menu functions are in a hierarchic order, so that they are very easy to find and use. Another important characteristic is that the menu functions are displayed on the 3.5 TFT screen. Thanks to the OSD function, we can see the images of the tuned channel (or the spectrum), the menu functions and other information windows on the screen.

Spectrum mode activated

LNB/Preamplifiers power selecting

Viewing mode options

Extended window

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METERS AND TOOLS

FSM 400
5902 PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

5902

FSM 400

Options
REF. DESCRIPTION

5905 5913 5910 5908 5911 5912 5909

BER Measurement MER + NIT FSM Data Logger Long-life battery Upgrade FSM 400 to FSM 500 MER + Constellation + NICAM + Graph Logger FSM Calibration

The FSM 400 is a Portable meter with a 5 coloured screen which features all of the basic functions that are necessary to guarantee a high level of quality in an analogue or digital TV installation. The robustness and the fact that it is easy to use, together with the long duration of battery life (more than two hours with a combined average consumption), make it an excellent portable device. Designed to carry out measurements both in analogue channels (level, C/N, V/A), as well as in digital channels (power, C/N, BER*), and both in the terrestrial band (47-860 MHz) as well as in the satellite band (950-2150 MHz). Also, when in spectrum mode, it is possible to see the GSM band (860-950 MHz) and the return channel (5-47 MHz) which means that the spectrum analyzer works in all the frequencies between 5 and 2150 MHz, and is able to carry measurements in these frequencies. Menu functions are displayed on the 5 coloured TFT screen. Thanks to the OSD function, we can see the images of the tuned channel (or the spectrum).

Some spectrum mode options

COFDM measurements

QAM measurements

QPSK measurements

Indication of V/A using the bars

Options for digital measurements

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FSM 450
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

5922

FSM 450

Options
REF. DESCRIPTION

5924 5909

Upgrade FSM-450 to FSM-500 Certified calibration

5922

FSM450 is a highly versatile test equipment. It includes an MPEG decoder to be able to view FTA digital DVB signals. Main features: 5 high quality LCD screen. Over 2 hours battery operation Measurement of analogue parameters (level, C/N, V/A), digital parameters (power, C/N, BER, MER, MPEG) in bands 47-860 MHz and satellite (9502150 MHz). MPEG decoder on COFDM, QAM & QPSK demodulation. Over 100 memories, possibility of downloading test reports into a PC by means of the inluded software application FSM management. NIT/MER mode.

Teletexto

Datta Logger exportado en Excel

COFDM

QPSK

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METERS AND TOOLS

FSM 500
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

5903

5903

FSM 500

Options
REF. DESCRIPTION

5909 5912 5914 5915 5925

FSM Calibration MER + Constellation + NICAM + Graph Logger DAB DVB-S2 Upgrade FSM 500 to FSM 650

The FSM 500 is a portable meter with a 5 coloured screen which features all of the basic functions that are necessary to guarantee a high level of quality in an analogue or digital RTV installation. User friendly, easy and quick; it is almost unnecessary to consult the user manual. On screen menu to facilitate its use. Double function keys that allow the execution of the most common functions quicker. Professional spectrum analyzer with characteristics comparable to laboratory equipment. BER measurement for the three types of digital modulations, QPSK, QAM and COFDM. It incorporates the MPEG demodulation function in COFDM, QAM and QPSK of free channels. High quality TFT display up to 5 with an optimum performance under any light condition. The screen can, simultaneously, show the measurement information and visualisze the selected channel (QPSK, QAM, COFDM or analogue). Excellent long life batteries up to 4 hours of continuos operation.
Constellation image Constellation image. Zoom 1st quadrant Visualising a stored graph NICAM mode activated

MPEG decoding

MPEG decoding

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FSM 650
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

5923

5923

FSM 650

Options
REF. DESCRIPTION

5909

Certified calibration

Special Features
MPEG Demodulation of COFDM, QPSK and QAM Simultaneous measuring of BER/Power or BER/MER in COFDM, QPSK and QAM. DVB-H Modulation identification. HD Service and data service identification. QAM Constellation. DAB and NICAM Demodulation. Link Margin COFDM and DVB-S2 constellations QAL (QPSK Auto Lock) Cell ID COFDM DTT continuous tuning
Constellations

ECHOES
Function Link Margin

CONSTELACIONES EN COFDM, 8PSK Y QAM


Ref 5915 will make the FSM650 work as a laboratory test equipment allowing the user to select the constellation diagram of any carrier within the selected channel. This functionality has a mayor interest for transmission operators.

LINK MARGIN
The DVB-S2 modulations has a minimal error margin. If for a DVB-S the adjustment of the equipment is based on BER & MER measurements for DVB-S2 these parameters do not guarantee a correct configuration. Ref 5915 brings for the FSM650 a new measurement known as LINK MARGIN that shows the difference between the input signal and the digital demodulation threshold. Furthemore the CBER, BCH-BER, SNR and service list will be shown.

WLAN
The meter enables the detection and analysis according to Standard 802.11b/g of all the Wireless Local Area Networks (WLAN) that service the 2.4 GHz band, including a detail of all the Points of Access.

QAL (QPSK AUTO LOCK)


This exclusive functionlity of the FSM range of products avoids the need of setting the QPSK parameters of the i nput signal. The equipment will automatically select the correct symbol rate and perform an almost instant lock to the input signal.

IMPULSE RESPONSE (ECHO)


One of the new measurement options offered by the FSM 650 is the so-called COFDM signal echo measurement.This is a useful tool allowing the detection of complex signal reception situations that remain improperly analyzed or interpreted when using conventional measuring methods based on BER or MER. The FSM 650 offers the possibility of analyzing the COFDM channel response and detecting possible signal quality problems due to the reception of signals originating from different sources.

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METERS AND TOOLS

References Model

5901 FSM 100

5902 FSM 400

5922 FSM 450

5903 FSM 500

5923 FSM 650

Modes of tuning by

frecuency and channel memory

General Characterstics

Menu languages Teletext Colour monitor TFT (inches) OSD: (On Screen Display) Shortcut buttons Buttons on the screen Real power measurements (direct measurement) Upgrade to the next model Visualization of free channel COFDM, QPSK, QAM Visualization of MPEG-2 free-to-air channels in stndard resolution Fast selection of V/A digital FTA with windows system Macromeasurements (automtic execution mltiple measurements) Scan & Log Terrestrial Configurable reports about the installations Identification of the net and operator name Extended information of VPID/APID identificators Calibration of the field strength meter Connector F (RF input)

various(1) 3.5

various(4) 5

various(4) 5

various(4) 5

various(4) 5

Opt Ref.5907 Opt Ref.5909

Opt Ref.5911 Opt Ref.5905 Opt Ref.5909

Opt Ref.5924
-

Opt Ref.5925
Opt Ref.5915

Opt Ref.5909

Opt Ref.5909

Opt Ref.5909

Connectors and controls

Channels and norms

External units and batteries

Connector for power supply - male jack Port RS-232 for PC connection Scart Reset button Dip-switches for battery configuration Terrestrial channels table Satellite channels table Satellite frequency band 2150 MHz Automtic search of the next channel FM demodulation Colour standard PAL/ SECAM Line power supply (Vdc) Tone of 22 KHz Battery Lifetime Long life battery Battery regeneration Visual and sound alarm for the battery charge level and autodisconnection Detection of power supply through RF input DiSEqC Signal level Signal level bar indicator
C/N referenced C/N automtic V/A ratio Sync-pulse Compensated power Measurement of BER COFDM, QPSK, QAM Measurement of MER en COFDM, QPSK, QAM ECHOES in COFDM, CELL ID Constellation QAM Constellation COFDM, DVB-S2 QAL (QPSK Auto Lock) Digital Measurements in DVB-S2 (MER, Link Margin) Nicam C/N referenced C/N automatic DAB WIFI networks analyzer:. spectrum, measurements and statistics Posssibility of creation of 100 LOGS organized and different Configurable execution of LOGS(2) Download of measurements Creation of PC reports Recording of 20.000 different individual measurements(3) Storing up to 100 simple graphs or 50 graphs with max hold on Edition of the stored GLOGS Download of graphs into PC This application allows to make memory lists and macro-measurements in your PC, store and load them into the meter Download of memories and macromeasurements to a PC for saving or editing. Return path Terrestrial GSM Bands of operation Satellite Wi-Fi Bandwidth of de FI resolution filters (MHz) Selectable SPAN Marks Double mark Max hold Weight without transportation bag (Kg) Dimensions without transportation bag (mm)

12/17/24 12/17/24 12/17/24 12/17/24 12/17/24

>2 hours -

>2 hours >4 h Opt Ref.5908

>2 hours

>4 hours

>4 hours

Analogue

Measurements

Opt Ref.5905 Opt Ref.5905 -

Opt Ref.5915 Opt Ref.5915 Opt Ref.5915

Opt Ref.5914 -

Data Logger characterstics

Graph Logger characterstics

Mem Tools characteristics

0.23/3 5.6 0.1/0.23/1/3

5.5 280 x 130 x 310 0.1/0.23/1/3

Spectrum analyser

0.1/0.23/1/3 5.5

Mechanical properties

5.5

Opt: optional ( ) Included

(-) Not included (N/A): not aplicable

(1) (2)

Spanish, English, French, Portuguese, German Split band or broadband outlet

(3) (4)

Depending on the LOG type Spanish, English, French, Portuguese, German, Italiano

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Data Logger and Graph Logger


Data Logger application allows the download to a PC of all the measurements stored in the FSM meter. Once downloaded, the measurements can be analyzed in an easy way and a report of the installation can be obtained automatically selecting the option print or exporting the data to an Excel file. Both the printed reports and the Excel files could be customized by adding the installers details. Graph Logger application allows the download of the graphs stored in the FSM meter. Besides the capture of the graph, additional information will be shown, because this application includes a marker that can be used to analyze the graphs in the frequency range determined by the span. The application allows making a customized printed report including company and installer information as well as Logs description.

Visualizing data with Graph Logger Graph Logger report

Visualizing a graph with Graph Logger

Using a marker in Graph Logger

Noise generator
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

5930

Noise generator

A device designed to carry out attenuation and flatness testing in F.I. satellite installations with no entry signal, connected to a Televs FSM or MTD series field strength meter. Equipped with a thumbwheel allowing the output level to be varied by 10 2 dB in 10 steps Normal signal output. Electrical connection from installation to power the simulator.

Output attenuated by 30 dB compared to output obtained in 1. If the attenuated output is used, the main output must be charged. Thumbwheel to vary the output level in both connectors by 10 2 dB. LED indicator Connector to provide external power to the simulator using the DC adaptor.

Reference
Power supply (external or via coaxial cable) Consumption Output connector Frequency Maximum output level Output level regulator Dimensions V W MHz dB mm

5930
12 ...18 2 F femmina 5 - 2150 MHz 80 3 dBV / 3 MHz 0-10 80x65

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Co
The bandwidth of the coaxial cable allows to multiplex a number of services ohter than televison. Coaxdata is a state-of-thehigh speed local network. By means of Coaxdata, sharing does not need any additional cable.. art system that converts a television coaxial network into a resources (computers, printers, an internet connection, etc)
Coaxdata................................................................................117

Coaxdata

COAXDATA

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C O A X D ATA

Coaxdata
PRODUCT RANGE
R E F. DESCRIPTION

The bandwidth of the coaxial cable allows to multiplex a number of services other than television. Coaxdata is a state-of-the-art system that converts a television coaxial network into a high speed local network. By means of Coaxdata, sharing resources (computers, printers, an internet connection, etc) does not need any additional cable. CoaxData provides two technologies: Home Networking and MxU

7664 Ethernet coaxial adaptor 128 Mbps 7671 Ethernet coaxial adaptor MxU 128 Mbps 7672 Ethernet coaxial adaptor MxU T05 128 Mbps 7666 Coaxial Router MxU 7653 7654 Combiner filter (1-25 MHz ... 47-2150 MHz) * Combiner filter (1-40 MHz ... 47-2150 MHz) *

Home Networking: multipoint-to-multipoint

MxU: point-to-multipoint

50 dB 50 dB 50 dB 50 dB

50 dB 50 dB 50 dB 50 dB 50 dB 50 dB

TYPICAL APLICATION

Combiner Filter Ref. 7653

Master Ref. 7664


Pow 7664 Pow 7664 Ref. Ref. er er
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ADAPTER T-COAX ETHERNE

Mod

Lin

Mod

Syn

ADAPTER T-COAX ETHERNE

Eslave Ref. 7664 Router ADSL Eslave Ref. 7664


Pow 7664 Ref. er
14 2346

Coa

Syn

Eslave Ref. 7664


Pow 7664 Ref. er
14 2346

e Lin c Coa Mod k

Syn

e Lin c Coa Mod k

ADAPTER T-COAX ETHERNE ETHERNE T-COAX ADAPTER

Example: Home Networking

117

Syn

COAXDATA

Ethernet Coaxial Adaptor 128 Mbps


Device that allows to create a data network using the coaxial cable of the already existing TV distribution network. Pssibility of sharing the LAN resources (router, printers, computers, etc.)

References
Output level Maximum allowed attenuation Working bandwidth Maximum consumption Max. power espectral density Min. reception spectral density Working temperature Transmission rate Maximum length of data network Quality of Service Maximum number of users

7664
112 dBV 50 dB 4-21 MHz External PSU 12-15 VDC: 3,9 Watts -70 dBm/Hz -120 dBm/Hz [-10C, 45C] 128 Mpbs 1.1 Km VLAN 802.1p Priority Support 16 Ethernet RJ-45 Coaxial CEI CEI Connector for TV/Radio Jack connector for PSU
7664

Connectors

TYPICAL APPLICATION

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ETH

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Data/TV Connector TV Connector Ethernet Power

Master - Eslave Switch

118

COAXDATA
C O A X D ATA

Ethernet Coaxial Adaptor MxU 128 Mbps


References
Connectors Ethernet interface Coaxial interface Powering Data Coaxial Interface Output power Sensibility reference Output impedance Bandwidth Return losses TV Coaxial Interface Through losses Return losses Bandwidth Output impedance Power/Temperature Working temperature (min., max.) Maximum consumption Firmware features Maximum number of slaves Maximum length of data network Maximum allowed attenuation Minimum allowed attenuation Users per slave

7671
2 RJ45 2 F: TV + Datos 15V/800 mA 120 dBV -38 dB (-110 dBm/Hz) 75 ohms 12-28 Mhz > 10 dB 2 dB > 10 dB 57 a 2150 MHz 75 ohms -10C, 45C 6 Watts 31 800 m. 50 dB 12 dB 2

7671

Device that allows to share an internet connection, using the coaxial cable of the already existing TV distribution network. MxU does not permit to create an internal LAN with the existing 7671, unless the router reference 7666 is used.NETWORKING

TYPICAL APPLICATION
Internet

ADAPTER

Ref. 7672 MASTER

Ref. 7654

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ETH

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OAX

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COAXDATA

Ethernet Coaxial Adaptor MxU T05 128 Mbps


References
Connectors Ethernet interface Coaxial interface Powering Data Coaxial Interface Output power Sensibility reference Output impedance Bandwidth Return losses TV Coaxial Interface Through losses Return losses Bandwidth Output impedance Power/Temperature Working temperature (min., max.) Maximum consumption Firmware features Maximum number of slaves Maximum length of data network Maximum allowed attenuation Minimum allowed attenuation Users per slave

7672
2 RJ45 2 F: TV + Datos 16 pins, T-05 standard 120 dBV -38 dB (-110 dBm/Hz) 75 ohms 12-28 Mhz > 10 dB 2 dB > 10 dB 57 a 2150 MHz 75 ohms -10C, 45C 6W 31 800 m. 50 dB 12 dB 2

Device that allows to share an internet connection, using the coaxial cable of the already existing TV distribution network. The MxU adapter does not create a coaxial network. T05 format

Ethernet Coaxial Router


References
Conectores Ethernet interface Coaxial interface Powering Interfaz Coaxial Datos Output power Sensibility reference Output impedance Bandwidth Return losses Interfaz Coaxial TV Through losses Return losses Bandwidth Output impedance Potencia/Temperatura Working temperature (min., max.) Maximum consumption Caractersticas firmware Maximum number of slaves Maximum length of data network Maximum allowed attenuation Minimum allowed attenuation Users per slave

7666
2 RJ45 2 F: TV + Datos 16 pins standard T-05 120 dBV -38 dB (-110 dBm/Hz) 75 ohms 12-28 Mhz > 10 dB 2 dB > 10 dB 57 a 2150 MHz 75 ohms -10C, 45C 6W 31 800 m. 50 dB 12 dB 2

This device is provided with a Web interface to configure: IP addresses of the coaxial and ethernet interfaces and DHCP servers. Access control to activate and deactivate the modems installed in the coaxial network.

120

COAXDATA
C O A X D ATA

Management web inteface of Ref. 7666

TYPICAL APPLICATION
Internet

Ref. 7666 Ref. 7672


ADAPTER ADAPTER

Switch Ethernet
ROUTER

Router ADSL

VideoSream Server

Ref. 7654

Ref. 7654

Red Coaxial Coaxial Network

Red Coaxial Coaxial Network

Set-top Box

Set-top Box

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234

COAXDATA

TYPICAL APPLICATION Internet

Ref. 7672
ADAPTER ADAPTER

Switch Ethernet Router ADSL

VideoSream Server

Ref. 7654

Ref. 7654

Coaxial Network Red Coaxial

Coaxial Network Red Coaxial

Set-top Box

Set-top Box

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Hom
Home accessories
Complete range of product for domestic use.
Digidom ................................................................................125

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HOME ACCESSORIES

Universal remote control units


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

7264

7265

7264 7265

Programmed Programmable

4x1 modes 8x1 modes

A/V and infrared transmitters


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

7237/7232 (Trans.+Receiver) (Receiver) (Trans.+Receiver)

7307

7307 7604 7237 7232 7219

Digidom AV Digidom AV Digidom I/R disc shape

Digidom I/R disc shape 16C (Trans.+Receiver) Digidom IR disc shape (Transmitter)

References
RCU Transmission band Video transmission band Video input signal Modulation No. of channels MHz Vpp

7237/7219
434 AM 1

7232
434 AM 16

7307/7604
400 2400 1 FM 4

Up to control simultaneously 16 equipments


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A/V and infra-red transmitters


PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

NEW
(Trasmitter + Receiver) (Receiver)

7605 IR extensor with coaxial link 7606 IR extensor with coaxial link

IR Remote control extensor, using coaxial cable link. Interference free.

References
Output frequency Sensitivity Consumption Output feed Through losses KHz dBm mA dB

7605 TR+IR
36 (RC5) 60 12 (12Vdc) 30 (12Vdc) 0,5 (5-862 Mhz)

References
Modulation frequency Output level Line power suply Through losses Harmonic level MHz dBm mA dB dBc

7606 IR
36 (RC5) 60 9-12 (9-12Vdc) 0,5 (5-862 Mhz) -45

TYPICAL APPLICATION

234710

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HOME ACCESSORIES

Domestic modulators
NEW
PRODUCT RANGE
REF. DESCRIPTION

5857

UHF/VHF Modulator

5857

This device is capable of modulating audio and video signal inside a home distribution. Only one reference number for VHF and UHF. Tuning of the output channel by rotative selectors. Test signal generator. Audio level adjustment. Contains a switched-mode power supply unit (PSU). Small size.

References
Output band Frequency range Video input level Output level Gain Powering MHz Vpp dBV dB

5857
Low & High S / hyperband / BIII / UHF 47 - 862 1 85 - 90 12 230 Vac/4W

1 2

TYPICAL APPLICATION

TYPICAL APPLICATION

UHF UHF/VHF Ref. 5857


5514

VHF
5514

Ref. 5358

FM

24 Vdc

Ref. 5495

Salidas a Distribucin Output

127

DIGIDOM

128

109 dBV

2MHz 6 dB 60 dB/54 FM

Tecn
Technical Data
Conversion tables ..............................................................................131 TV frequency bands............................................................................131 Radio frequency standards ................................................................132 TV standards ......................................................................................133 Channel - frequency tables ................................................................134 Glossary of measurements ....................................................135 Index by references .............................................................138 AENOR certificate ..................................................................140

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Conversion table
Levels (measured over 75 impedance) V 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 6 7 8 9 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 60 70 80 90 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 600 700 800 900 1000 dBV 0 3.5 6 8.0 9.5 11 12 13 14 15.5 17 18 19 20 23.5 26 28 29.5 31 32 33 34 35.5 37 38 39 40 43.5 46 48 49.5 51 52 53 54 55.5 57 58 59 60 dBm -109 -105.5 -103 -101 -99.5 -98 -97 -96 -95 -93.5 -92 -91 -90 -89 -85.5 -83 -81 -79.5 -78 -77 -76 -75 -73.5 -72 -71 -70 -69 -65.5 -63 -61 -59.5 -58 -57 -56 -55 -53.5 -52 -51 -50 -49 mV 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 6 7 8 9 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 60 70 80 90 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 600 700 800 900 1000 dBV 60 63.5 66 68 69.5 71 72 73 74 75.5 77 78 79 80 83.5 86 88 89.5 91 92 93 94 95.5 97 98 99 100 103.5 106 108 109.5 111 112 113 114 115.5 117 118 119 120 dBm -49 -45.5 -43 -41 -39.5 -38 -37 -36 -35 -33.5 -32 -31 -30 -29 -25.5 -23 -21 -19.5 -18 -17 -16 -15 -13.5 -12 -11 -10 -9 -5.5 -3 -1 0.5 2 3 4 5 6.5 8 9 10 11 V 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 6 7 8 9 10 dBV 120 123.5 126 128 129.5 131 132 133 134 135.5 137 138 139 140 dBm 11 14.5 17 19 20.5 22 23 24 25 26 26.5 29 30 31 Conversin dB. 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 0 1 3.16 10 31.6 100 316 1 1.12 3.55 11.2 35.5 112 355 2 1.26 3.98 12.6 39.8 126 398 3 1.41 4.47 14.1 44.7 141 447 V2 V a 2 (dB) V1 V1 4 1.59 5.01 15.9 50.1 159 501 5 1.78 5.62 17.8 56.2 178 562 6 2.00 6.31 20.0 63.1 200 631 7 2.24 7.08 22.4 70.8 224 708 8 2.51 7.94 25.1 79.4 251 794 9 2.82 8.91 28.2 89.1 282 891

1000 1122 1259 1413 1585 1778 1995 2239 2512 2818 3162 3548 39.81 4469 5012 5623 6310 7080 7943 8912 V2 V (dB)= 20 log 2 V1 V1 V2 Example: How many dB are = 200 V1 Result: 40+6= 46 dB Conversion formula:

Reduction of max. output level (derating)


Broadband amplifiers
Channels 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 32

Reduction (dB)

2.5

4.5

5.5

6.5

7.5

8.5 8.5

12

TV frequency bands
VHF
BI C2 C3 C4
47 68 88 10

UHF
High S Hyperband BIV BV

Sub B

FM

Low S

BIII

S1-S10

C5-C12

S11-S21

S21-S41

C21-C37

C38-C69

17

23

30

47

60

86

Pv Pc
4.43 5.5 5.85

10 dB 16 dB

Pv Pc
4.43 5.5 5.85

10 dB 16 dB 20 dB

Pa

Pa
Pa Nicam

1,25

1,25

7 MHz

8 MHz

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Radio frequency standards


TV Ch. Bands Frequency Channel (MHz) Video carrier (MHz) Audio carrier (MHz) TV Bands Ch. Frequency Channel (MHz) 174-182 182-190 190-198 198-206 206-214 214-222 222-230 230-238 238-246 246-254 Frequency Channel (MHz) 247,43 Video carrier (MHz) 253,43 Audio carrier (MHz) I A-1 B-1 C-1 D-1 E-1 59,25 67,75 87,75 180,75 189,25 197,75 206,75 215,75 222,75 229,75 I R1 R2 R3 TV Bands Ch. Frequency Channel (MHz) Video carrier (MHz) Audio carrier Hz) II R4 R5 R6 182,50 190,50 198,50 206,50 214,50 222,50 III R7 R8 R9 R10 R11 R12 TV Bands Ch. III F-1 G-1 H-1 I-1 Video carrier (MHz) 175,25 183,25 191,25 199,25 207,25 215,25 223,25 231,25 Audio carrier (MHz) 181,25 189,25 197,25 205,25 213,25 221,25 229,25 237,25 TV Bands Ch. III K7 K8 K9 198-206 206-214 214-222 Frequency Channel (MHz) 44,5-52,5 52,5-60,5 60,5-68,5 174-182 182-190 190-198 198-206 206-214 214-222 Frequency Channel (MHz) 199,25 207,25 215,25 Video carrier (MHz) 45,75 53,75 61,75 175,25 183,25 191,25 199,25 207,25 215,25 Video carrier (MHz) 205,75 213,75 221,75 Audio carrier (MHz) 51,75 59,75 67,75 181,25 189,25 197,25 205,25 213,25 221,25 Audio carrier (MHz) TV Bands Ch. Frequency Video Channel carrier (MHz) (MHz) K Standard 174-182 182-190 190-198 175,25 183,25 191,25 Audio carrier (MHz) 181,75 189,75 197,75

H Standard (Australia) H28 H29 H30 H31 H32 IV H33 H34 H35 H36 H37 H38 H39 H40 H41 H42 H43 H44 H45 H46 H47 H48 H49 H50 H51 H52 H53 V H54 H55 H56 H57 H58 H59 H60 H61 H62 H63 H64 H65 H66 H67 H68 H69 526-533 533-540 540-547 547-554 554-561 561-568 568-575 575-582 582-589 589-596 596-603 603-610 610-617 617-624 624-631 631-638 638-645 645-652 652-659 659-666 666-673 673-680 680-687 687-694 694-701 701-708 708-715 715-722 722-729 729-736 736-743 743-750 750-757 757-764 764-771 771-778 778-785 785-792 792-799 799-806 806-813 813-820 527,25 534,25 541,25 548,25 555,25 562,25 569,25 576,25 583,25 590,25 597,25 604,25 611,25 618,25 625,25 632,25 639,25 646,25 653,25 660,25 667,25 674,25 681,25 688,25 695,25 702,25 709,25 716,25 723,25 730,25 737,25 744,25 751,25 758,25 765,25 772,25 779,25 786,25 793,25 800,25 807,25 814,25 532,75 539,75 546,75 553,75 560,75 567,75 574,75 581,75 588,75 595,75 602,75 609,75 616,75 623,75 630,75 637,75 644,75 651,75 658,75 665,75 III 672,75 679,75 686,75 693,75 700,75 707,75 714,75 721,75 728,75 735,75 742,75 749,75 756,75 763,75 770,75 777,75 784,75 791,75 798,75 805,75 812,75 819,75 III II TV Bands III

I Standard (Great Britain -South Africa) I4 I5 I6 I7 I8 I9 I10 I11 I(12) I13 K4 K5 K6

I Standard (Ireland)

Ch.

B Standard (Italy) A I B C D E F G H H1 H2 61-68 81-88 174-181 182,5-189,5 191-198 200-207 209-216 216-223 223-230 62,25 82,25 175,25 183,75 192,25 201,25 210,25 217,25 224,25 52,5-59,5 53,75

D Standard - OIRT 48,5 - 56,5 58 - 66 76 - 84 84- 92 92-100 174-182 182-190 190-198 198-206 206-214 214-222 222-230 49,75 59,25 77,25 85,25 93,25 175,25 183,25 191,25 199,25 207,25 215,25 223,25 56,25 65,75 83,75 91,75 99,75 181,75 189,75 197,75 205,75 213,75 221,75 229,75

L Standard (France) L05 174,75-182,75 L06 182,75-190,75 L07 190,75-198,75 L08 198,75-206,75 L09 206,75-214,75 L10 214,75-222,75 176,00 184,00 192,00 200,00 208,00 216,00

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TV Ch. Bands Frequency Channel (MHz) Video carrier (MHz) Audio carrier (MHz) TV Bands Ch. Frequency Channel (MHz) 174-182 182-190 190-198 198-206 206-214 214-222 222-230 230-238 238-246 246-254 Frequency Channel (MHz) 247,43 Video carrier (MHz) 253,43 Audio carrier (MHz) I A-1 B-1 C-1 D-1 E-1 59,25 67,75 87,75 180,75 189,25 197,75 206,75 215,75 222,75 229,75 I R1 R2 R3 TV Bands Ch. Frequency Channel (MHz) Video carrier (MHz) Audio carrier Hz) II R4 R5 R6 182,50 190,50 198,50 206,50 214,50 222,50 III R7 R8 R9 R10 R11 R12 TV Bands Ch. III F-1 G-1 H-1 I-1 Video carrier (MHz) 175,25 183,25 191,25 199,25 207,25 215,25 223,25 231,25 Audio carrier (MHz) 181,25 189,25 197,25 205,25 213,25 221,25 229,25 237,25 TV Bands Ch. III K7 K8 K9 198-206 206-214 214-222 Frequency Channel (MHz) 44,5-52,5 52,5-60,5 60,5-68,5 174-182 182-190 190-198 198-206 206-214 214-222 Frequency Channel (MHz) 199,25 207,25 215,25 Video carrier (MHz) 45,75 53,75 61,75 175,25 183,25 191,25 199,25 207,25 215,25 Video carrier (MHz) 205,75 213,75 221,75 Audio carrier (MHz) 51,75 59,75 67,75 181,25 189,25 197,25 205,25 213,25 221,25 Audio carrier (MHz) TV Bands Ch. Frequency Video Channel carrier (MHz) (MHz) K Standard 174-182 182-190 190-198 175,25 183,25 191,25 Audio carrier (MHz) 181,75 189,75 197,75

H Standard (Australia) H28 H29 H30 H31 H32 IV H33 H34 H35 H36 H37 H38 H39 H40 H41 H42 H43 H44 H45 H46 H47 H48 H49 H50 H51 H52 H53 V H54 H55 H56 H57 H58 H59 H60 H61 H62 H63 H64 H65 H66 H67 H68 H69 526-533 533-540 540-547 547-554 554-561 561-568 568-575 575-582 582-589 589-596 596-603 603-610 610-617 617-624 624-631 631-638 638-645 645-652 652-659 659-666 666-673 673-680 680-687 687-694 694-701 701-708 708-715 715-722 722-729 729-736 736-743 743-750 750-757 757-764 764-771 771-778 778-785 785-792 792-799 799-806 806-813 813-820 527,25 534,25 541,25 548,25 555,25 562,25 569,25 576,25 583,25 590,25 597,25 604,25 611,25 618,25 625,25 632,25 639,25 646,25 653,25 660,25 667,25 674,25 681,25 688,25 695,25 702,25 709,25 716,25 723,25 730,25 737,25 744,25 751,25 758,25 765,25 772,25 779,25 786,25 793,25 800,25 807,25 814,25 532,75 539,75 546,75 553,75 560,75 567,75 574,75 581,75 588,75 595,75 602,75 609,75 616,75 623,75 630,75 637,75 644,75 651,75 658,75 665,75 III 672,75 679,75 686,75 693,75 700,75 707,75 714,75 721,75 728,75 735,75 742,75 749,75 756,75 763,75 770,75 777,75 784,75 791,75 798,75 805,75 812,75 819,75 III II TV Bands III

I Standard (Great Britain -South Africa) I4 I5 I6 I7 I8 I9 I10 I11 I(12) I13 K4 K5 K6

I Standard (Ireland)

Ch.

B Standard (Italy) A I B C D E F G H H1 H2 61-68 81-88 174-181 182,5-189,5 191-198 200-207 209-216 216-223 223-230 62,25 82,25 175,25 183,75 192,25 201,25 210,25 217,25 224,25 52,5-59,5 53,75

D Standard - OIRT 48,5 - 56,5 58 - 66 76 - 84 84- 92 92-100 174-182 182-190 190-198 198-206 206-214 214-222 222-230 49,75 59,25 77,25 85,25 93,25 175,25 183,25 191,25 199,25 207,25 215,25 223,25 56,25 65,75 83,75 91,75 99,75 181,75 189,75 197,75 205,75 213,75 221,75 229,75

L Standard (France) L05 174,75-182,75 L06 182,75-190,75 L07 190,75-198,75 L08 198,75-206,75 L09 206,75-214,75 L10 214,75-222,75 176,00 184,00 192,00 200,00 208,00 216,00

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TV Standards
Country Algeria Argentina Australia Austria Bahrain Belgium Bulgaria China Cyprus Croatia Czechoslovakia Denmark Egypt Finland France Germany Gibraltar Great Britain Greece Holland Hong Kong Hungary Iceland India lndonesia lran Iraq lreland Israel Italy Japan Jordan Korea (Rep.) Kuwait VHF B N B B B B D D B B D B B B EIL B B I B B (A)I D B B B B B I B B M B M B UHF H N H G G H K K G G K G G, H G L G H I G G I K G G I G G M G G Colour System PAL PAL PAL PAL PAL PAL SECAM PAL PAL PAL SECAM PAL SECAM PAL SECAM PAL PAL PAL SECAM PAL PAL SECAM PAL PAL PAL SECAM SECAM PAL PAL PAL NTSC PAL NTSC PAL Country Lebanon Libya Luxemburg Malta Malaysia Mexico Monaco Morocco Nigeria Norway Oman Sultanate Pakistan Philippines Poland Portugal Qatar Romania Russia Saudi Arabia Singapore Slovenia Spain Sri Lanka South Africa Sweden Switzerland Syrian Arab. Rep. Thailand Tunisia Turkey U.A.E. U.S.A. Yemen P.D. R. VHF B B C B B M E B B B B B M D B B B D B B B B B/H I B B B B B B B M B UHF G H L H G M L H G G G M K G G K G G G G I G G H R G G G M Colour System SECAM PAL PAL/SECAM PAL PAL NTSC SECAM SECAM PAL PAL PAL PAL NTSC SECAM PAL PAL PAL SECAM PAL/SECAM PAL PAL PAL PAL PAL PAL PAL SECAM PAL SECAM PAL PAL NTSC PAL

TV standards
Standard Frequency band Number of lines Field frequency Line frequency Video bandwidth RF channel bandwidth Video - audio(2) spacing Vestigial Side Band Spacing between the left edge of the channel and the video carrier RF sync level Picture modulation Sound modulation Frequency modulation A/V carrier ratio
(1) (4)

B/G CCIR VHF/UHF

D/K OIRT

H Belgium UHF 625 50 15625

I UK

K1(1) FOPTA(5)

L France VHF/UHF

M FCC 525 60 15750

N South America 625 50 15625 4.2 6

Hz 5 7/8 MHz +5.5/5.74/5.85 0.75 +6.5 +5.5 6 5

5.5 8 +6/6.552 1.25 +1.25 +6.5

6.5

+4.5 0.75

% F3E / F3EH(2) KHz 10:1 to 20:1(4) 20:1:0.2(2) 10:1 to 5:1

100 C3F negative F3E

<6 C3F positive A3E 5:1 10:1

100 C3F negative F3E

50
5:1 ato10:1

25
10:1 to 5:1(4) 10:1 a 5:1

Also known as K / (2) For dual audio or stereo, the second value for second carrier / (3) In Germany since April 1976 6.7:1 y 2,9:1 in Japan / (5) Group of territories represented by the French Overseas Post and Telecommunications Agency (FOPTA)

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Channel - Frequency Tables


Bands Chann Frequency Video carrier Audio carrier Subcarrier el Channel (MHz) (MHz) (MHz) colour (MHz) Channels distribution according to CCIR (B Standard +G Europe) 2 I 3 4 L1 Sub. Band II L2 L3 FM S1 S2 S3 S4 S Low Band S5 S6 S7 S8 S9 S10 5 6 7 BIII 8 9 10 11 12 S11 S12 S13 S14 S High Band S15 S16 S17 S18 S19 S20 S21 S22 S23 S24 S25 S26 S27 S28 Hyperband S29 S30 S31 S32 S33 S34 S35 S36 S37 S38 4754 5461 6168 6875 7582 8289 88108 104111 111118 118125 125132 132139 139146 146153 153160 160167 167174 174181 181188 188195 195202 202209 209216 216223 223230 230237 237244 244251 251258 258265 265272 272279 279286 286293 193300 302310 310318 318326 326324 334342 342350 350358 358366 366374 374382 382390 390398 398406 406414 414422 422430 430438 438446 105.25 112.25 119.25 126.25 133.25 140.25 147.25 154.25 161.25 168.25 175.25 182.25 189.25 196.25 203.25 210.25 217.25 224.25 231.25 238.25 245.25 252.25 259.25 266.25 273.25 280.25 287.25 294.25 303.25 311.25 319.25 327.25 335.25 343.25 351.25 359.25 367.25 375.25 383.25 391.25 399.25 407.25 415.25 423.25 431.25 439.25 110.75 117.75 124.75 131.75 138.75 145.75 152.75 159.75 166.75 173.75 180.75 187.75 194.75 201.75 208.75 215.75 222.75 229.75 236.75 243.75 250.75 257.75 264.75 271.75 278.75 285.75 292.75 299.75 308.75 316.75 324.75 332.75 340.75 348.75 356.75 364.75 372.75 380.75 388.75 396.75 404.75 412.75 420.75 428.25 436.75 444.75 109.68 116.68 123.68 130.68 137.68 144.68 158.68 158.68 165.68 172.68 179.68 186.68 193.68 200.68 207.68 214.68 221.68 228.68 235.68 242.68 249.68 256.68 263.68 270.68 277.68 284.68 291.68 298.68 307.68 315.68 320.68 331.68 339.68 347.68 355.68 363.68 371.68 379.68 387.68 395.68 403.68 411.68 419.68 427.68 435.68 443.68 V IV 48.25 55.25 62.25 69.25 76.25 83.25 53.75 60.75 67.75 74.75 81.75 88.75 52.68 59.68 66.68 73.18 80.25 87.32 Bands Chann Frequency Video carrier Audio carrier Subcarrier el Channel (MHz) (MHz) (MHz) colour (MHz) Channels distribution according to CCIR (B Standard +G Europe) 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 470478 478486 486494 494502 502510 510518 518526 526534 534542 542500 550558 558566 566574 574582 582590 590598 598606 606614 614622 622630 630638 638646 646654 654662 662670 670678 678686 686694 694702 702710 710718 718726 726734 734742 742750 750758 758766 766774 774782 782790 790798 798806 806814 814822 822830 830838 838846 846854 854862 471.25 479.25 487.25 495.25 503.25 511.25 519.25 527.25 535.25 543.25 551.25 559.25 567.25 575.25 583.25 591.25 599.25 607.25 615.25 623.25 631.25 639.25 647.25 655.25 663.25 671.25 679.25 687.25 695.25 703.25 711.25 719.25 727.25 735.25 743.25 751.25 759.25 767.25 775.25 783.25 791.25 799.25 807.25 815.25 823.25 831.25 839.25 847.25 855.25 476.75 484.75 492.75 500.75 508.75 516.75 524.75 532.75 540.75 548.75 556.75 564.75 572.75 580.75 588.75 596.75 604.75 612.75 620.75 628.75 636.75 644.75 652.75 660.75 668.75 676.75 684.75 692.75 700.75 708.75 716.75 724.75 732.75 740.75 748.75 756.75 764.75 772.75 780.75 788.75 796.75 804.75 812.75 820.75 828.75 836.75 844.75 582.75 860.75 475.68 483.68 491.68 499.68 507.68 515.68 523.68 531.68 539.68 547.68 555.68 563.68 571.68 579.68 587.68 595.68 603.68 611.68 619.68 627.68 635.68 643.68 651.68 659.68 667.68 675.68 683.68 691.68 699.68 707.68 715.68 723.68 731.68 739.68 747.68 755.68 763.68 771.68 779.68 787.68 795.68 803.68 811.68 819.68 827.68 835.68 843.68 851.68 859.68

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GAIN (dB):
This is the difference between the output power of an amplifier with the characteristic impedance (75 ) and the input power.

Signal noise representation


Noise level

(Fig.1)

FREQUENCY RESPONSE:
The variation in amplitude within a certain band or channel.

C/N Ratio (60 dB)

the maximum and minimum gain in a certain band or channel.

FLATNESS (dB): The difference between

Noise level

C/N Ratio (45 dB)

NOISE FIGURE:
The ratio of the actual noise power generated at the output of an amplifier to that which would be generated in an ideal resistor. The lower the noise figure, the better the performance. The noise figure is expressed in (dB): NF=10 log F.
MAXIMUM OUTPUT LEVEL (dBV).:

Noise level C/N Ratio (35 dB)

t F

Single channel amplifiers: EN50083-5 standard Intermodulation distance= 54 dB (Fig. 2) PAL broadband amplifiers: DIN45004B standard Intermodulation distance= 60 dB (Fig.3)

Time domain

Frequency domain

REJECTION BETWEEN INPUTS/OUTPUTS (dB):


The band attenuation between inputs/outputs.

(Fig.6 BIII rejection of UHF)


(Fig.7 UHF rejection of BIII) (Fig.8 rejection of FM)

SPURIOUS (dBc):
The difference in levels between the channel carrier created by a modulator or conversor and the lower side band or local oscillator. This only applies when there is a broadband channel.

IF Amplifier: DIN VDE 0855/12 standard


Intermodulation distance= 35 dB (Fig.4)

ADJACENT CHANNEL REJECTION (dB):

AGC RANGE (dB):


The difference between the maximum and minimum signal that is necessary for a system with AGC to keep a constant output.

DAB Amplifier:
Intermodulation distance= 50 dB channeles de 4 MHz) (Fig.5) (2

The difference between the minimum gain in the channel and the maximum gain (minimum attenuation) in the adjacent channel. The adjacent channel in UHF is C2 and in VHF is C1).

Working temperature
The optimum temperature to get the best performance from the electronic equipment is between -10 and 45 C. (Unless otherwise specified)

FM Amplifier: UNE 523/79 standard


Intermodulation distance= 54 dB (Fig.3)

BAND REJECTION (dB):


The difference between the minimum gain in the amplified band and the maximum attenuation in the rejected band.

THROUGH LOSSES (dB):


The attenuation that is undergone by signal in a specific band between the input and output of a device.

OBSERVATIONS
In general, the VHF band covers the following frequency ranges: For MATV: BI, FM, BSMID, BIII: 47230 MHz. For SMATV & CATV: BI, FM, BSMID, BIII, BSUPP, BS HYPER: 47446 MHz. In devices where FM rejection is not specified, this band is either amplified or combined Rejection of 27 (MHz) or FM does not mean that the band is not affected by the said bads as they can ingress into the system through the distribution network. All Televs headends are in compliance with the CE regulations.
Televs S.A. reserves the right, without prior notice, to discontinue products or to make design changes as part of its continuos programme of product improvement. The information contained in this catalogue was to be best Televs knowledge, correct at the time of publication. Televs will not accept responsability for damage, injury, loss or expense resulting from any error or omission.

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52 dB

127 dBV

5,5 MHz

54 dB

Fig. 2: Max. output volt. measurement for a monochannel amp.

109 dBV

2MHz 6 dB 60 dB/54 FM

7 MHz
Fig. 1: Gain curve of a monochannel amplifier

Fig. 3: Max. output volt. measurement for a wide band amp.


Ref. 108 dBmV Peak Log 10 dB/
3

Atten 25 dB

Mkr3 218.00 MHz 98.23 dBmV

130,0 120,0 110,0 35 dB 100,0 90,0 80,0 70,0 60,0 50,0 40,0 940,0

Marker 218.00 MHz 98.23 dBmV


1 2

990,0

1040,0

1090,0

1140,0

Center 224 MHz Res. BW 100 KHz

VBW 300 Kz

Span 50 MHz Sweep 2.083 s

Fig. 4: Max. output volt. measurement for a IF amplifier

Fig. 5: Max. output volt. measurement for a DAB amp.

Rechazo 21 dB

Rechazo 51,5 dB

Rechazo 39 dB

BI

BIII

UHF

BI

BIII

UHF

BI

FM

BIII

Fig. 6 BIII to UHF rejection

Fig. 7 UHF to BIII rejection

Fig. 8 BI to FM rejection

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Carrier-Noise ratio C/N The carrier-to-noise ratio is defined as the ratio between the video carrier signal level and the RMS noise level. The ratio is expressed in decibels. The threshold of perceptibility of noise on a TV receiver occurs at a C/N ratio approximately 45 dB. Mathematically, for one amplifier it is calculated this way: C/N1 (dB) = VO - (Nt + NF + G)
VO : Output level Nt: Thermal noise (depends of the considered bandwidth) NF: Noise figure of the amplifier G: Gain

will increase in output level. If the amplifier operates with a tilt, the distortion will also be affected. A tilted output will give better improvement in the carrier-to-distortion ratio over a flat output. a) CTB for 1 amplifier CTB=CTBref+2(Noutput - Nref.) b) CTB for N identical amplifiers CTBN = CTB1 + 20 logN c) CTB for N amplifiers with diferents CTB CTBtotal=-20 log [ 10-CTB1/20 + 10--CTB2/20 + ... + 10-CTBN/20 ] Carrier to Second-Order Intermodulation Ratio (CSO) It is the simultaneous pulse, or beating together, of 2 signal carriers because of the second-order distortion characteristics of the amplifier. a) CSO (dB) for 1 amplifier CSO (dB) = CSOref + (Nout - Nref.) b) For N identical amplifiers.

General formula: CTB=CTBref + 2(Noutput - Nref.) We extract CTBref: CTBref = CTB + (Nref.- Noutput) Known data: CTB117dBV = 60 dBc Reference level: 117dBuV Output level: 113 dBuV

68dBc @ 113 dBuV (now it is considered as a plain response). General formula for N amplifiers in cascade: CTBN = CTB1 - 20 logN In this case: N =5 y CTB1amp = 68 dBc Step 3 Substituting values:

Then: CTB113dBV=60 dB+2(117-113) dBV = 60+24= 60+8=68 dBc Step 2 Make the calculation for the cascade of 5 amplifiers with a tilt of 8 dB, considering a new specification of CTB =

CTB5 = 68 - 20 log5 Already calculated values for the correction factor are shown in the table below. CTB5= 68-20 log5 = 68-13,98= 54,02 dBc

Carrier-to-Cross Modulation Ratio C/XMOD It is defined as the third order distortion which causes the modulation of one signal carrier to modulate another signal carrier. The threshold of perceptibility of this ratio on a TV screen is less than 40 dB, so the C/X ratio is not the limiting factor in the design of most systems and is, therefore, below the threshold in system designs. a) XMOD for 1 amplifier XMOD=XMODref+2(Noutput- Nref.) b) XMOD for N identical amplifiers XMODNamp= XMOD1amp - 20 logN

SYSTEM CALCULATIONS AMPLIFIER CASCADE FACTOR Cascade (N) 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 C/N + SSO 10*LOG (N) 3,01 4,77 6,02 6,99 7,78 8,45 9,03 9,54 10,00 10,41 10,79 11,14 11,46 11,76 12,04 12,30 12,55 12,79 13,01 13,22 13,42 13,62 13,80 13,98 CSO 15*LOG (N) 4,52 7,16 9,03 10,48 11,67 12,68 13,55 14,31 15,00 15,62 16,19 16,71 17,19 17,64 18,06 18,46 18,83 19,18 19,52 19,83 20,14 20,43 20,70 20,97 CTB & XMOD 20*LOG (N) 6,02 9,54 12,04 13,98 15,56 16,90 18,06 19,08 20,00 20,83 21,58 22,28 22,92 23,52 24,08 24,61 25,11 25,58 26,02 26,44 26,85 27,23 27,60 27,96

CSO (dB) = CSO1 amp - 15 logN c) CSO for N amplifiers with diferents CSO CSOtotal = -15 log [ 10-CTB1/15 + 10CTB2/15 + ... + 10-CTBN/15 ] System calculations example

c) XMOD for N amplifiers with diferents XMOD XMODN amps=- 20 log [10-XMOD1/20 + 10XMOD2/20 + ... + 10-XMODN/20 ]

We would like to know the CTB resulting of the use of 5 amplifiers ref. 4511 in cascade, with a tilt of 8 dB. Data:

Carrier-to-Third Order Intermodulation Ratio C/IMD Third-order intermodulation is the simultaneous pulse of 2 or 3 signal carriers to produce a spurious carrier, caused by the third-order distortion characteristic of the amplifier. This type of third-order distortion is generally the limiting factor in the output capability of an amplifier. The following is a list of the parameters that one must be aware of when specifying composite triple beat: 1. Number of Channels.- The number of triple beats per channel increases exponentially as the number of channels increases. 2. Levels.- Because triple beat is a third-order distortion, the distortion

From the technical specifications of the amplifier ref. 4511, we know that: CTB = 60 @ 117 dBuV (for plain output, without tilt) As we will install 5 amplifiers in cascade, with a tilt of 8 dB, we will recalculate the CTB for a medium value of the Output level: - Output level for C69: 117dBuV - Output level for C2: 109dBuV

Step 1 Calculate the specification for a new reference level of 113 dBuV, which is the medium value of the tilt (109+8/2=113) Because the new output level is lower (117 vs. 113 dBuV), it will improve its value.

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