Motorola DSR-4530 Instruction manual

DSR-4530 Commercial
Integrated Receiver/
Decoder Operator Guide
Document No.: 523480-001
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WARNING
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any such decoder is prohibited by law. Any such modification or
alteration of this product or any unauthorized reception of television
programming could subject the user and seller and party modifying the
decoder to fines, imprisonment, and civil damages.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may
cause harmful, interference to radio communications. Operation of
this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the
interference at his own expense. This digital apparatus does not
exceed the Class A limits of radio noise emissions from digital
apparatus set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the
Canadian Department of Communications.
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Repairs and Assistance
For assistance on IRD repairs, see "Calling for Repairs" on page 65.
Note to CATV System Installer
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s attention
to Article 820-40 of the NEC that provides guidelines for proper
grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be
connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the
point of cable entry as practical.
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DOCUMENT No: 523480-001 REV D
ATTENTION
This commercial unit is intended for the decoding of
DigiCipher® II television signals for commercial use.
Possession of this device does not enable or entitle the
possessor to receive DigiCipher II television signals.
Contact program providers to obtain appropriate
authorizations.
5/13/2007
Covered under one or more of the following General Instrument
U.S. Patents: 4613901; 4634808; 4712238; 4792973; 4823399;
4864615; 4908859; 4933898; 5068724; 5083293; 5091782;
5093720; 5111504; 5144664; 5216295; 5216374; 5216503;
5235643; 5345408; 5376968; 5398237; 5406228; 5485577;
5517250; 5530400; 5537420; 5565922; 5566089; 5598415;
5606616; 5638128; 5675387; 5699124; 5703877; 5717461;
5742623; 5754659; 5771239; 5809538; 5844615; 5949795 and
patents pending.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introducing the DSR-4530 ................................................................................................................... 1
Key Features......................................................................................................................................... 1
Disaster Recovery ......................................................................................................................... 3
Chapter 2 Connecting the DSR-4530 ................................................................................................................... 5
Unpacking and Connecting the DSR-4530 ........................................................................................... 5
Unpacking and Mounting ...................................................................................................................... 7
Connecting a DSR-4530 for Operation ................................................................................................. 7
Powering On the DSR-4530 ................................................................................................................. 8
Chapter 3 Operating the DSR-4530 ..................................................................................................................... 9
Using the Front Panel ......................................................................................................................... 10
Navigating the Menus.................................................................................................................. 11
How to Use the Menus ................................................................................................................ 12
About Menu.......................................................................................................................... 12
Main Menu ........................................................................................................................... 12
Overview of the LCD Panel Menu Tree....................................................................................... 13
Installation Menus ............................................................................................................................... 16
Manual Tune Menu...................................................................................................................... 16
Modulation Menu ......................................................................................................................... 19
Port Menu .................................................................................................................................... 20
Port Config Menu......................................................................................................................... 22
Port Test Field...................................................................................................................... 22
Audio1 and Audio2 Menus .......................................................................................................... 22
Audio1 Gain and Audio2 Gain Menus ......................................................................................... 24
Subcarrier Menu .......................................................................................................................... 25
Alarm Menu ................................................................................................................................. 25
ASI Output Menu ......................................................................................................................... 27
Reset Menu ................................................................................................................................. 28
Factory Defaults Option ....................................................................................................... 28
Power Cycle Option ............................................................................................................. 28
Core Menu................................................................................................................................... 29
Video Out Format Menu .............................................................................................................. 30
Aspect Ratio Menu ...................................................................................................................... 31
Input Field ............................................................................................................................ 31
Firmware Menu............................................................................................................................ 32
Boot:FPGA:High Field.......................................................................................................... 32
Upgrade Field....................................................................................................................... 32
Download Menu........................................................................................................................... 32
File Field............................................................................................................................... 33
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TOC
Current Field......................................................................................................................... 33
Rcvd Field ............................................................................................................................ 33
Total Field............................................................................................................................. 33
Channel Menus ................................................................................................................................... 34
Channel Menu ............................................................................................................................. 34
VCT Field ............................................................................................................................. 34
Chnl Field ............................................................................................................................. 35
Xpndr Field ........................................................................................................................... 36
MPEG Select Menu ..................................................................................................................... 37
Program Menu...................................................................................................................... 37
Aud1Lang, Aud2Lang Menus ...................................................................................................... 38
InputMode Field.................................................................................................................... 40
Text Lang Menu........................................................................................................................... 41
EMM ID Menu.............................................................................................................................. 41
Checking Status of Channel ........................................................................................................ 42
IP Menus ............................................................................................................................................. 43
MAC Address Menu .................................................................................................................... 43
IP Address Menu ......................................................................................................................... 43
Subnet Mask Menu...................................................................................................................... 44
IP Gateway Menu ........................................................................................................................ 44
GigE Menus ........................................................................................................................................ 45
GigE MAC Address Menu ........................................................................................................... 45
GigE IP Address Field ................................................................................................................. 45
GigE Subnet Mask Menu............................................................................................................. 46
GigE Default Gateway Menu ....................................................................................................... 46
GigE MPTS Address Menu ......................................................................................................... 47
SPTS Address Field ............................................................................................................. 47
Port Field .............................................................................................................................. 47
Status Display Menus ......................................................................................................................... 48
Status1 Menu .............................................................................................................................. 48
Status2 Menu .............................................................................................................................. 49
Channel Field ....................................................................................................................... 49
Quality Field ......................................................................................................................... 49
Status3 Menu .............................................................................................................................. 49
Status4 Menu .............................................................................................................................. 50
Sat Field ............................................................................................................................... 50
Freq Field ............................................................................................................................. 50
Symb Field ........................................................................................................................... 50
Code Field ............................................................................................................................ 50
Format Field ......................................................................................................................... 51
Status5 Menu .............................................................................................................................. 51
Sync Field............................................................................................................................. 51
Eb/No Field........................................................................................................................... 51
Authorize State Field ............................................................................................................ 51
Status6 Menu .............................................................................................................................. 52
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Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
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Memory Field ........................................................................................................................ 52
Flash Field ............................................................................................................................ 52
Diagnostics Menus ..............................................................................................................................53
Diagnostics Menu......................................................................................................................... 53
Menus Field .......................................................................................................................... 53
Clear Cntrs Field ................................................................................................................... 54
Unit Address Menu....................................................................................................................... 54
TV Pass Card Menu ..................................................................................................................... 54
Audio Test Signal Menu ............................................................................................................... 55
Video Test Signal Menu ............................................................................................................... 56
VITS Menu ................................................................................................................................... 57
Ad Insertion Test Menu ................................................................................................................ 58
Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................................. 61
Downlink/L-band Frequency Conversion Tables ................................................................................ 63
Product Support.................................................................................................................................. 65
If You Need Help .................................................................................................................................65
Calling for Repairs ...............................................................................................................................65
Language Abbreviations ..................................................................................................................... 67
Diagnostics ......................................................................................................................................... 69
Introduction .................................................................................................................................. 69
Viewing the Fast Fact Diagnostic Screens................................................................................... 70
Fast Facts Screens ...................................................................................................................... 71
Fast Facts 1 ..........................................................................................................................71
Fast Facts 2 ..........................................................................................................................73
Fast Facts 3 ..........................................................................................................................74
Fast Facts 4 ..........................................................................................................................76
Fast Facts 5 (10/100 Network) ..............................................................................................77
Fast Facts 5 (Gigabit Ethernet) .................................................................................................... 78
DSR-4530 Specifications.................................................................................................................... 79
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Introducing the DSR-4530
The Motorola DSR-4530 (Phase 2) is a commercial Integrated Receiver Decoder (IRD) designed
for cable operators and other commercial satellite operations. After properly setting up the DSR4530, it can receive authorization and control information from the satellite operator.
Key Features
•
A variable front-end allows the DSR-4530 to be used in either full or partial transponder mode.
• Manual tuning for either ASI input or eight L-band inputs (ports).
• Demodulates DigiCipher® II signals.
• Operational modes include: DCII-MAN, DVB-MAN, 8PSK-TC, and 8PSK-DVBS2.
Modulation settings will vary depending on the units’s Operational Mode setting.
• The user is able to select an RF input (L-band) frequency of 950 to 2150 MHz. The user can
select any of the following code rates: 5/11, 1/2, 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6, and 7/8.
• The DSR-4530 is capable of storing multiple Virtual Channel Tables (VCTs) and Network
Information Tables (NITs). One VCT may be selected at a time.
• Once the IRD has acquired an MPEG signal, the user can select a program from a list of
programs as defined in the Program Association Table (PAT).
• Two video outputs. One for primary video and one for OSD video. Outputs either 525-line
NTSC/PAL M or 625-line PAL video formats, automatically matching based on the
programmer's input format. (No conversion is done between 525-line and 625-line video.)
• VBI reinsertion on lines 10-22 supports data services such as North American Broadcast
Teletext, SID/AMOL I and II, and Closed Caption.
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Bypass video and audio inputs enable connections of analog signals to pass through the
unit and switch on or off when an alarm is triggered.
•
Audio output consists of two stereo pairs. When the programmer provides multiple
audio choices, the audio pair can be selected. Programmers can tag audio channels with
a language so the receiver selects the audio material based on the specified language.
• MPEG-2 video and Dolby® Digital/MPEG-2 Layer I audio are employed for video
decode/decompression and audio compression respectively.
• Asynchronous Serial Interface (ASI) and Gig-E output for digital transport stream
output. Both can be configured to display a consistent PID mapping, regardless of
service input.
•
ASI input that decrypts and decodes the selected service.
• Ethernet Port for SNMP control and/or IP data pass through.
• DTMF output and relay control of tape machines and other ad insertion equipment.
• Four Form-C relays used for fault alarm indication or uplink control.
• Memory to recall the operating configuration when power sags or is removed.
• Security features include Motorola DigiCipher II security technology. The DSR-4530
does not require a TVPass® card to operate with security. In the unlikely event that the
code is broken, security can be renewed by inserting a card with a new code into the
receiver. Programmers may also utilize fingerprinting techniques to aid in piracy control.
• A two line, 40-character front panel with a time-out backlit Liquid Crystal Display (LCD).
• Front-panel Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) provide health and operational status.
• The DigiCipher II system allows for retune events in which a programmer sends
over-the-satellite messages to specified receivers to change the service they output for a
specified time period, then return to a specified service. During a retune event, the user
is locked out from editing this menu to ensure that the receiver does not get lost when
returning from the retune event.
• New features applicable to DSR4530 Phase 2:
2
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Isochronous data output.
-
8PSK-TC (Phase Shift Keying modulation with turbocodes) for matched
transponders.
-
Support of GigE Transport Stream and GigE Digital Storage Medium Command
and Control (DSMCC).
-
Disaster Recovery for L-Band signal loss.
-
Digital Video Broadcast (DVB) data formats compliant with MPEG-2 standard.
Introducing the DSR-4530
Disaster Recovery
The DSR-4530 performs automatic disaster recovery of lost L-band signal without
operator intervention based on settings and definitions provided by the uplink equipment.
The DSR 4530 does the following in disaster recover mode:
• Mutes all outputs.
• Maintains the current Low Noise Block (LNB) converter offset.
•
Attempts to reacquire the lost L-band signal until the transponder-search entry delay
time period has elapsed (default value is 30 seconds).
Note: Transponder search entry delay time is set up by the uplink equipment.
•
DSR-4530
Automatically terminates disaster recovery when the lost signal is acquired.
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Connecting the DSR-4530
Unpacking and Connecting the DSR-4530
Cable connections described in this chapter, are made to the back panel of the DSR-4530.
GigE (Upper)
& Ethernet (Lower)
Ports
ETHERNET
TVPass® Card
Primary Audio Out
L-band
RF Input Ports 1 - 8
RF IN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
AUX AUDIO IN
ASYNC GNDL+ L- GND R+ R-
8
GIGE
ASI IN
ASI OUT
Relay/Alarm
Auxiliary Audio In
AUX VIDEO IN
VIDEO OUT
PRIMARY AUDIO
L+ L- GND R+ R-
RELAY1
ALARM
NO COMNC GNCNO COMNC
AC 100-240V 50/60/Hz 60 W
OSD
VIDEO OUT
10/100
D+ D- C+ C- GND Q+ Q-
TV Pass Card
ASI In
ASI Out
AUX Video
Video Out
In
SECONDARY AUDIO
Cue
OSD ISOC Tone
Video
Out
RELAY2
RELAY3
Secondary
Audio Out
Power Connector
Figure 2-1: DSR-4530 Back Panel (Overview)
DSR-4530
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Note: D+, D-, C+, and C- are
ISOC signals. D is Data, C is
Clock, and Q+ and Q- are cue
tone signals.
AUX AUDIO IN
ASYNC GND L+ L- GND R+
D+ D-
C+ C- GND Q+
PRIMARY AUDIO
L+ L- GND R+ R-
R-
RELAY1
ALARM
NO COM NC GNC NO COM NC
SECONDARY AUDIO
Q-
RELAY2
RELAY3
Note: GigE and 10/100 ports are
standard RJ-45 Ethernet.
ETHERNET
GIGE
TVPass® Card
10/100
ETHERNET
TVPass® Card
1
RF IN
2
3
4
5
6
7
ASI IN
ASI OUT
AC 100-240V 50/60/Hz 60 W
8
GIGE
AUX VIDEO INVIDEO OUT
OSD
VIDEO OUT
10/100
RF IN
1
2
ASI IN
3
4
ASI OUT
5
6
7
8
AUX VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT
OSD
VIDEO OUT
Note: Additional audio and data
connectors may be ordered through
Phoenix Contact part numbers
1840447 / 1840528.
Figure 2-2: DSR-4530 Back Panel (Detailed)
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Connecting the DSR-4530
Unpacking and Mounting
The shipping carton contains the DSR-4530, two quick disconnect terminals, a power cord,
and this Operator Guide.
The IRD should be installed in an Electronics Industry Association (EIA) compliant
19-inch rack. It is recommended that the IRDs have 1RU spacing, above and below, for
airflow. Motorola recommends mounting the unit with an air gap between receivers or
alternating receivers with low power consumption equipment that does not block the front
to back air flow of the receiver chassis.
The units can be installed with no spacing under the following conditions:
•
Altitude of installation is less that 3,000 ft. above sea level.
• Maximum operating ambient (room air) temperature does not exceed 90 deg F.
• The rack is ventilated with a fan that produces a pressure differential from the front of
the unit to the back of the unit of better than 0.02 inches of water.
For all other conditions, a spacing of 1.75 inches above the IRD is required.
Connecting a DSR-4530 for Operation
To Connect a DSR-4530 for a New DigiCipher II Service
1.
Determine which satellite, transponder, Virtual Channel Table (VCT) number, virtual
channel, and audio mode (stereo, surround, mono, or dual mono) is to be used. Contact
the programmer or network administrator to obtain this system information so that the
desired services can be set up and received.
2.
Connect the L-band inputs from the dish antenna and Low Noise Block (LNB). If LNB
power is needed, use port 1, navigate to the appropriate menu (see "Port Config Menu"
on page 22), and turn LNB power On. The default for LNB power is Off. Choose one of
the following polarity configurations:
3.
DSR-4530
a.
For a single polarity L-band satellite connection, connect the coax from the LNB
(either horizontal or vertical) to Port 1 through Port 8.
b.
For installations using both polarities of a satellite, connect one LNB coax to each
port. The polarity is programmable for the DSR-4530. The default polarity for
Port 1 is ---.
To view video and On-Screen Diagnostics (OSD) during installation, connect the OSD
Video Output on the DSR-4530 to a 75-ohm video monitor. To view video, connect the
Video Output to a channel modulator. Refer to "Viewing the Fast Fact Diagnostic
Screens" on page 70.
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4.
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To listen to audio during installation, connect the audio outputs to a local amplifier and
speaker. A standard stereo system will suffice, but the lack of differential audio inputs
may make the audio seem degraded. After the DSR-4530 is authorized and providing
the desired service, reconnect these outputs to the channel modulator. Since these are
differential pairs, it is recommended to use two pair shielded audio cables rather than
the single wire and shield type.
NOTE:For best quality audio, take care to ground the shield on both the IRD GND terminal and at the channel modulator end.
5.
To set up the IRD for use in the network, choose one of the following audio
configurations:
a.
For services transmitted in stereo and used in your plant as stereo, connect the Left
Audio Out terminals (L+ and L-) to the left audio inputs on the channel modulator,
and connect the Right Audio Out terminals (R+ and R-) to the right audio inputs on
the channel modulator.
b.
For services transmitted as a single mono, connect the Left Audio Out terminals
(L+ and L-) to the audio inputs on the channel modulator. Right Audio Out
terminals (R+ and R-) also contain the single mono. For more details about mono
configurations, see “Audio Mix Field” on page 23.
6.
DSR-4530s are able to generate cue tones when commanded over the satellite link. If
these internally generated cue tones are used, connect the 600-ohm differential Cue
Tone+ and Cue Tone- terminals on the DSR-4530 to the device receiving the tones. The
cautions on cable and grounding noted in the audio instructions also apply to cue tones.
7.
If using ASI output, select the service that is desired on the output. If PID Aliasing is
turned on, the DSR-4530 only outputs the specified service.
Powering On the DSR-4530
To apply power to the DSR-4530, perform the following steps:
1.
Plug the DSR-4530 into a power source and all LEDs on the front panel are illuminated
while the front-panel LCD screen is blank. After approximately 60 seconds, the LEDs
go out and the LCD screen displays a screen similar to the following:
This screen is displayed for only 30 seconds, then the front panel LCD displays the
Main menu.
2.
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Proceed with the installation and setup using the front panel menus as described in
"Operating the DSR-4530" on page 9.
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Operating the DSR-4530
All operations described in this chapter require use of the front panel, as shown in Figure 3-1.
Relay1
Relay2
Relay3
Alarm
LCD Screen
Authorized
Signal
Bypass
Download
Arrow Buttons
ENTER Button
Figure 3-1: DSR-4530 Front Panel
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Using the Front Panel
The front panel LCD screen displays a series of menus that can be used to
configure and control the system. The name of the current menu is always in the
upper left corner of the screen for easy identification.
•
Beneath every menu name are symbols representing key presses that are
possible from the current cursor position in the menu. The available keypad
moves may change during the navigation between menu fields.
Menu Name
E
Label
Label
Label
Setting
Setting
Setting
•
The top row to the right of the menu name displays the name of each field
available within that menu. These are called field labels and its setting is
displayed directly below.
•
Beneath each label is the current setting for each field.
•
Some fields may be changed by the user and others are for display purposes
only. Fields that can be changed have an arrow indicator just to the left of the
field label. During left/right navigation, the cursor skips over the labels that
cannot be changed.
The LCD is momentarily backlit with circuitry that turns off the backlighting
approximately four minutes after the last button press or warning screen. To view
the screen after backlighting has turned off, press any button once to turn on the
backlighting.
In addition to the menus on the LCD screen, the LED indicators show the IRD’s
current status.
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•
The Signal LED indicates that the IRD recognizes a valid carrier signal.
•
The Authorized LED indicates either:
-
(1) the programmer has transmitted the access messages to allow the IRD to
decrypt the signal, or
-
(2) the signal is unencrypted or fixed key.
•
The Bypass LED indicates that the Aux Video and Audio inputs are routed to
the IRD’s outputs.
•
The Alarm LED indicates that the IRD is in an alarm condition.
•
The Relay LEDs indicate a particular cue-tone relay is being used or tested.
•
The Download LED indicates when the IRD is receiving a code update via
downloaded information.
Operating the DSR-4530
Navigating the Menus
Even though the keypad options shown on the LCD screen may change for each
menu and for each field, the control buttons basically do the same thing. The user
may want to practice on a screen to become familiar with how the buttons work.
Notice that:
•
Pressing the 56 buttons while the cursor is blinking next to the menu name
(far left corner), causes the cursor to scroll to another menu.
•
Pressing the ENTER button while the cursor is blinking next to the menu name
(far left corner) causes the cursor to scroll to the Main, top-level menu.
•
Pressing the 34 buttons while in the top line of the menu causes the cursor to
move between field labels (or the menu name and a field label). Pressing the4
button at the rightmost field label causes the cursor to wrap to the left side of
the screen (to the menu name). Likewise, pressing the 3 button when the
cursor is at the menu name causes the cursor to wrap to the rightmost field
label.
•
When the cursor is blinking on a field label (top row), pressing the ENTER
button causes the cursor to move below the label and enter into the field so the
setting can be changed.
•
When the cursor is below the label, the displayed directional controls in the left
corner show what buttons can be pressed to change the setting in that field.
Usually the 56 buttons are used to display the various options associated with
a particular field.
•
Individual alphanumeric characters that are part of a string may be changed
when the 56 symbol is present in the field. For example, the letters used for
the abbreviation of the audio language (e.g., eng or spa) are an editable string of
characters that can be edited individually. To do this:
•
DSR-4530
1.
Use the 34 buttons to select the alphanumeric character to change.
2.
While in the character position to be changed, press the 56 buttons to
scroll through the alphanumeric character.
3.
When the desired character is displayed, use the 34 buttons to move to
the next character position.
4.
Repeat this process for each applicable character to be changed and when
finished, press the ENTER button to record the character string.
To confirm and accept any changes to a field and move back up to the label
line, press the ENTER button.
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How to Use the Menus
About Menu
The front panel LCD displays the About menu when the DSR-4530 is initially
plugged in or after a factory reset. This menu identifies the model (MOTOROLA
DSR-4530) and the currently installed firmware version.
MOTOROLA DSR4530
Version xxx.xx
After initial power up this menu is displayed for only 30 seconds, then the front
panel LCD displays the Main menu.
Main Menu
This menu is the top-level menu and can be accessed from any other menu by
pressing the ENTER button while the cursor is blinking next to the menu name on the
far-left of the menu screen.
The Main menu (shown below) allows the user to select any one of the five main
menu groups:
•
Installation menus, see page 16.
•
Channel menus, see page 34.
•
IP menus (and GigE menus), see page 43 and page 45.
•
Status menus, see page 48.
•
Diagnostics menus, see page 53.
DSR-4530
E
Install
Channel
IP
Status
Diag
The DSR-4530 allows the user to scroll only to menus that are in the same group.
To scroll to a menu that is in a different menu group, return to the main top-level
menu and select the desired menu group.
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Operating the DSR-4530
Overview of the LCD Panel Menu Tree
Pressing the ENTER button when the cursor is on a menu name causes the cursor
to return to the main, top-level menu. The charts on the following pages show the
menus organized into five main groups: Installation menus, Channel selection
menus, IP menus (including the GigE), Status menus, and Diagnostics menus.
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Operating the DSR-4530
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Installation Menus
The purpose of the installation menus is to configure the ports and choose settings
that remain fixed over a period of time. These settings include video output format,
audio output format, Ethernet port addresses, and bypass mode operation. This
section describes in detail each of the installation menus, fields, and options
displayed on the LCD panel.
Return to the main top-level menu and then select the applicable menu group.
With the blinking cursor at the upper left, press ENTER button to return to the main
top-level menu. Press the 34 buttons until the cursor is at the Install label, and press
the ENTER button. The DSR-4530 displays the previously selected sub-menu.
Manual Tune Menu
Use this menu to initially acquire a DigiCipher II system signal and download
virtual channel tables by selecting a transponder frequency for each of the eight
L-Band inputs, which are labeled Port 1 through Port 8.
MANUAL TUNE
E
MANUAL TUNE
E
Input
Mode
Port 0 Xpndr
Xpnr LFreq
01
1430.00
Input
ASI In
In addition, this menu allows a user to select ASI In as the desired signal input to
the DSR-4530.
However, when a port is selected, the user must additionally specify a C-band
transponder or an L-band frequency and modulation format. For more details, see
"Modulation Menu" (described on page 19).
Because many broadcasters use standard North American C-band frequency plans,
you may select a transponder number for these broadcasts. Use the Xpndr option in
the Mode field and the Xpndr (transponder) fields for these.
For offset C-band, a fractional transponder, or Ku-band satellite broadcast, use the
LFreq option in the Mode field and directly enter the L-band frequency. The
DSR-4530 requires no distinction between Ku-band and C-band signals when
selecting the L-band carrier frequency.
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Operating the DSR-4530
Input Field
Default: Port 1
Note: Unless changed, the DSR-4530 displays values for an L-band input on Port 1.
The Input field displays the input to which the receiver is currently tuned. It allows
manual selection of Port 1 through Port 8 for the L-band inputs or ASI input to the
DSR-4530.
To select the Input, press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Input label and
press the ENTER button. Press the 56 buttons to scroll through the options: Port
1 - 8 or ASI In. Press ENTER to confirm the selection and return to the top line of
the menu.
Note: If Port 1 through Port 8 is selected, then move to the Mode field, Xpnr field
or Lfreq field. These fields are not visible when ASI In is selected.
The following Caution screen prompts the user to confirm the selection.
CAUTION: Service will be interrupted
Press E to continue or
to stop
Press any arrow button (3456) to back out of making any changes. However,
to confirm the selection, press the ENTER button to set the port selection.
Mode Field
Default: Xpndr
Note: This field is not available when the ASI In option in the Input field is
selected.
The Mode field allows selection of the frequency plan type for the satellite to
which the DSR-4530 is tuned.
Note: If the application is a North American C-band satellite, select the
transponder number in the Xpnr field. Otherwise, use the LFreq option and the
LFreq field. The LFreq option can be used for all satellites, including current
C-band, Ku-band, and future satellites where the frequency plans are unknown at
the time the receiver was manufactured.
Press the 4 button until the cursor is on the Mode label. Then press the ENTER
button to move into the field. Press the 56 buttons to display the choices: Xpndr
or LFrq.
•
If Xpndr is selected, choose a transponder in the Xpnr field. The frequency in
the LFreq field is set automatically based on internal transponder tables.
•
If LFreq is selected, dashes (--) appear in the Xpnr field because the
transponder/frequency relationship is not known. Select a transponder
frequency from 950 to 2150 MHz in the LFreq field. At this point, a
transponder cannot be selected in the Xpnr field.
Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection.
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Xpnr Field
Default: 1
Note: This field is not available when the ASI In option in the Input field is
selected. The Xpnr field cannot be edited if LFreq in the Mode field is selected.
The Xpnr (transponder) field allows selection of an initial satellite transponder
number (range: 1 through 24) and can only be used if the Xpndr option in the Mode
field is selected. The Xpnr field cannot be edited if LFreq is selected in the Mode
field.
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Xpnr label. Then press the ENTER
button to move into the field. Press the 56 buttons to select the desired
transponder number. Since the associated transponder/frequency tables are stored
in the DSR-4530, scroll through the transponder numbers and notice that the
associated frequency (shown in the LFreq field to the right) automatically changes
with the selection (970-1430 MHz).
When the desired transponder selection is displayed, press the ENTER button to
confirm selection and move the cursor back up to the field label.
LFreq Field
Default: 1430MHz
Note: This field is not available when the ASI In option in the Input field is
selected. The LFreq field cannot be edited if Xpndr in the Mode field is chosen.
Contact the programmer or network operator for details about the satellite,
transponder, and frequencies being used during installation.
The LFreq field defines the L-band frequency to which the unit tunes during
installation. If the LFreq option in the Mode field is selected, use this field to
directly tune the IRD to the required frequency.
Note: The transponder number (shown in the Xpnr field) continues to contain
dashes (--) since a transponder number is not required.
For non-C-band, use the LFreq option to enter the exact center frequency of a
carrier. The receiver tuner pulls from a large offset to capture the signal, but
long-term tracking is best if the user enters a precise carrier center frequency.
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the LFreq label. Then press the ENTER
button to move into the field. Use the 34 56 buttons to select the desired
frequency. Select a frequency from 950 MHz to 2150 MHz and press the ENTER
button to confirm a selection and move the cursor back up to the field label.
The DSR-4530 requires 30 to 60 seconds to download the network data. Once
download is complete, the user can view the Port menu for the active port to select
the satellite name from a list of available satellites (for more details, see "Port
Menu" (described on page 20)).
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Modulation Menu
Note: This menu is not available when the ASI In option is selected. That option is
located in the Manual Tune menu (described on page 16).
This menu, together with the Manual Tune menu, allows the user to initially
acquire a DigiCipher II signal. Press the 56 buttons until the Modulation menu
appears. Press the ENTER button to continue.
MODULATION
E
Mode
DCII-AUTO
Note: When either the DCII-MAN, DVB-MAN, or 8PSK-TC options in the Mode
field are selected, the user must additionally specify a Symbol/Code/Format
combination.
MODULATION
E
E
MODULATION
E
3/4
Mode
Symbol
8PSK-TC
19.510000
Mode
Mode
DVB-MAN
Comb
Code
3/4 (2.11)
Symbol
8PSK-DVBS2
MODULATION
Mode Field
Symbol Code Format
DCII-MAN 19.51
MODULATION
E
Mode
Code
19.510000
Symbol
19.510000
3/4
Code
3/4
Default: DCII-AUTO
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Mode label, and press the ENTER
button to move into the field. Press the 56 buttons to display the options: DCIIAUTO, DCII-MAN, 8PSK-TC, 8PSK-DVBS2, or DVB-MAN. Select a mode and
press ENTER to exit the field.
Note: In any of the non-auto modes [i.e., DCII-MAN, DVB-MAN (both manual
modes) or 8PSK-TC or 8PSK-DVBS2], the DSR-4530 only searches for a signal
that matches what is set in the Symbol/Code/Format field. If DCII-AUTO is
selected, the DSR-4530 searches through all available combinations to acquire a
signal, and then remains parked on a signal once it is acquired.
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Symbol/Code/Format Field
Default: Mode-Dependant
Note: This field is not available when the DCII-Auto option in the Mode field is
selected.
The Symbol field (in Msps) defines the symbol rate at which the unit attempts
acquisition when the selection for acquisition mode is either DCII-MAN, 8PSK-TC
or 8PSK-DVBS2, or DVB-MAN. The Code field defines the forward error
correction (FEC) coding using an internal Viterbi decoder for convolutional code
rates. The Format field defines the waveform modulation format (i.e., QPSK,
OQPSK, etc.) associated with the selected modulation mode.
The Format The Symbol/Code/Format field has the following options, depending
upon the Mode field selection.
Symbol Rate Options:
•
DCII-MAN: 3.25, 4.88, 7.32, 9.76, 11.71, 14.63, 19.51 (default), and 29.27
•
8PSK-TC or 8PSK-DVBS2: Range 01.000000 (default) to 30.000000
•
DVB-MAN: Range 00.000000 (default) to 99.999999
Code Options (for all modulation modes): 5/11, 1/2, 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6, and 7/8
Format Options: DCII-QPSK, DCII-OQPSK, DVB-QPSK, and 8PSK
Press the4 button until the cursor is at the Symbol label, and press the ENTER
button to move into the menu. Press the 56 buttons to display the options. Using
the 56 buttons, scroll through the various Symbol/Code/Format combinations and
select the required combination by pressing the ENTER button to return to top menu.
Port Menu
Note: This menu is not available when the ASI In option is selected. That option is
described in "Manual Tune Menu" (described on page 16).
The Port menu is available when the Manual Tune input setting is one of the
L-band ports (RF Input) as described in the "Manual Tune Menu" (described on
page 16).
In order to use virtual channels, one or more ports must be associated with a
particular satellite and polarity. These menus allow the user to associate the satellite
and polarity with L-band Port 1 through Port 8. Press the 56 buttons until the
Port menu appears (shown below).
PORT
E
20
ID
Mode
Satellite
Polar
1
Auto
---
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Port 1 through Port 8 may be set up manually or automatically, and each
individually. For manual setup, the user enters the satellite and polarity information
directly. For automatic setup, the DSR-4530 associates the port with the satellite
and polarity information that matches the first virtual channel selected (and
acquired) based on the manual tuning selection. For more details, see "Manual
Tune Menu" (described on page 16).
ID Field
Default: 1
Use this field to choose which L-band port to configure. Press the 4 button until
the cursor is at the ID field, then use the 56 buttons to choose a port number
(1-8). Press the ENTER button to select and exit the field.
Mode Field
Default: Auto
Use the Mode field to select the mode for port setup, either Manual or Auto. Press
the 4 button until the cursor is at the Mode label, and press the ENTER button to
move into the field. Press the 56 buttons to view the desired mode and press the
ENTER button to select the mode and exit.
Satellite Field
Default: ---
Note: This field displays the satellite to which the port is associated and is not
editable when the Auto option is selected in the Mode field. This field displays
dashes (---) when the port is not related to a satellite.
The Satellite field defines the abbreviated name (two or three alphanumeric
characters) for the satellite to which the selected port is associated when the
Manual mode is selected. The Satellite field is a user-configurable parameter which
may be overwritten by the IRD, depending on information received in download
tables.
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Satellite label. Press the ENTER button
to enter this field, use the 34 buttons to select the character position to be
changed. Then use the 56 buttons to scroll through the character choices. Press
the ENTER button to select a character in each character position. When complete,
press the ENTER button again to confirm the name and exit the field.
Polar Field
Default: ---
Use this field to select a polarity when the Manual option in the Mode field is
selected. Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Polarity label. Press the
ENTER button to enter this field and press the 56 buttons to display the options:
•
H/LHP (Horizontal/Left-Hand Polarity)
•
V/RHP (Vertical/Right-Hand Polarity)
Select a polarity and press ENTER to exit the field.
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Port Config Menu
Use this menu to configure LNB power for port 1.
PORT CONFIG
Port Test
E
Not
Supported
Port 1 Power
Off
Port Test Field
This function is currently not supported at this time.
Port1 Power Field
Default: Off
Use this field to direct power to the external Low-Noise Block (LNB) converter.
When the On option is selected, the DSR-4530 supplies +20 VDC on the port 1
antenna input connector.
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the LNB Power label, and press the
ENTER button to move into the field. Press the 56 buttons to display the two
options, Off and On.
Audio1 and Audio2 Menus
These menus have three fields that allow the user to customize the audio output
based on options provided by the digital audio compression. Press the 56 buttons
until the Audio1 or Audio2 menu appears (shown below).
AUDIO1
E
AUDIO2
E
DialNorm Field
DialNorm
AudioMix
Compress
Off
Stereo
Off
DialNorm
AudioMix
Compress
Off
Stereo
Off
Default: On
The DialNorm field allows the user to normalize speech levels to a constant level
over all channels—raising or lowering the volume of the dialogue to a level that is
appropriate for the background sound track.
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the DialNorm label. Press the ENTER
button to move into the field. There are two options, On and Off. Press the 56
buttons to change the setting. Press ENTER to confirm selection.
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AudioMix Field
Default: Stereo
Note: If the audio input mode is stereo and you are connecting to a mono modulator,
you must set this field to Mono.
This field allows selection of the audio processing options. Press the 4 button until
the cursor is at the AudioMix label, and press the ENTER button to move into the
field. Press the 56 buttons to display the options:
• Stereo: Stereo output on both left and right channels.
• Surround: Enhanced stereo, with boosted bass, on both left and right channels.
•
•
Mono: Mono output on left channel.
Dual Mono: Mono output on both left and right channels.
CAUTION MESSAGE: If Dual Mono is selected, a caution screen appears.
CAUTION: Check audio language selection
Press E to continue or
to stop
The warning screen denotes possible conflicts between this menu and the channel
selection menus that specify audio language and appears if the user had previously
used the Language menu (channel selection group, see "Aud1Lang, Aud2Lang
Menus" (described on page 38)) to select a single language for Mono or Stereo output
and then changed this setting to Dual Mono output. See the channel selection group,
described in the "Aud1Lang, Aud2Lang Menus" (described on page 38) for details on
how the two fields interact.
By pressing the ENTER button (ignoring the caution), the DSR-4530 changes to Dual
Mono, and uses the language previously selected for Mono (or Stereo) for both left
and right channels, refer to "Aud1Lang, Aud2Lang Menus" (described on page 38).
Compress Field
Default: Moderate
This field allows control of the degree of audio level compression. Press the 4 button
until the cursor is at the Compress label, and press the ENTER button to move into the
field. Press the 56 buttons to display the options:
•
Heavy: Reduces the louder audio signals and boosts the softer signals using
tighter compression thresholds in order to eliminate dramatic fluctuations in the
audio signal level and suppress dynamic range of the audio signal.
•
Moderate: Provides some reduction and amplification of the audio signal, but the
thresholds are wider apart, providing moderate dynamic range of the audio signal.
•
Off: Compression is not used and provides full dynamic range of the audio signal.
Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection.
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Audio1 Gain and Audio2 Gain Menus
These menus allow adjustment of the audio signal output level from 0 to -20dB in
1dB increments. Press the 56 buttons until the AUDIO1 GAIN or AUDIO2
GAIN menu appears.
AUDIO1 GAIN
E
AUDIO2 GAIN
E
Mode
Left
Right
Joint
+00
+00
Mode
Left
Right
Joint
+00
+00
The user may adjust the output levels of the left and right channels jointly. The
output level of the right channel tracks the setting for the left channel when the
output levels are adjusted jointly.
Mode Field
Default: Joint
The Mode field allows the user to select the mode by which the user adjusts the
Audio Gain port. Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Mode label, and press
the ENTER button to move into the field. Press the 56 buttons to view the two
options:
•
Independent: Each channel is set up and controlled independently.
•
Joint: Both channels are configured jointly using the Left field settings as the
control for both audio channels.
Press the ENTER button to select the option shown and exit the field.
Left and Right Fields
Default: 0
Note: The Right field is not editable when the Joint option is set for the Mode field.
The Left and Right fields allow adjustment of the output level of the Left and Right
audio signals. Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the desired label, and press
the ENTER button to move into the field.
When Independent option is selected, use the 56 buttons to simultaneously adjust
the output level for the left and right audio signals.
Press the ENTER button to confirm the selections.
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Operating the DSR-4530
Subcarrier Menu
The Subcarrier menu is used to define standard settings used for processing an
analog (non DigiCipher II) input signal. Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the
SUBCARRIER label, and press the ENTER button to move into the field.
SUBCARRIER
E
Band Field
Band
Gain
L Freq
R Freq
C
+0
6.20
6.80
Default: C-Band
The Band field defines the frequency band type of the satellite to which the unit is
tuned. Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Band label, and press the ENTER
button to move into the field. Press the 56 buttons to select the desired options:
C-band or KU-band. Then press the ENTER button to confirm the selection.
Gain Field
Default: 00dB
Note: The gain must always be adjusted regardless of whether or not the signal is
acquired through virtual channel selection.
The Gain field defines the audio gain (expressed in dB, range is -15db to 00dB).
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Gain label, and press the ENTER button
to move into the field. Press the 56 buttons to set the standard audio gain for a
manually-tuned analog signal. Then press the ENTER button to confirm the
selection.
L Freq and R Freq Fields
Default: Left - 6.20 MHz, Right - 6.80 MHz
The L- Freq and R-Freq fields defines the subcarrier frequency for the left/right audio
channels expressed in MHz (range is 5.80 to 8.50 MHz). Press the 4 button until the
cursor is at the L Freq or R Freq label, and press the ENTER button to move into the
field. Press the 56 buttons to change the audio subcarrier value. Then press the
ENTER button to confirm the selection.
Alarm Menu
This menu allows the user to set up different bypass modes in case the DSR-4530
goes into an alarm condition.
Press the 6 button until the Alarm menu is located (shown below).
ALARM
E
DSR-4530
Trigger
Bypass
Test
Auto
Alarm
Off
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Trigger Field
Default: Auto
The Trigger field allows the user to select the trigger condition to activate an alarm on
the IRD. When the alarm is activated, the Alarm LED illuminates and the alarm relay
indicates an alarm condition. The alarm can be activated for any of the following
conditions:
• The DSR-4530’s tuner loses lock when the input is RF.
• The DSR-4530 cannot lock to the ASI input when the input is ASI.
• The DSR-4530 is unable to render video.
• The DSR-4530 is not authorized to access the selected service.
• The DSR-4530 loses power.
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Trigger label, and press the ENTER
button to move into the field. Press the 56 buttons to display the five options:
•
Disabled: Disables any trigger for an IRD alarm.
•
Auto: Enables all triggers for an IRD alarm.
•
No Signal: Alarm is triggered when the IRD loses the incoming signal.
•
No Video: Alarm is triggered when the IRD loses video input.
•
No Auth (Authorization): Alarm is triggered when the IRD is not authorized to
access a selected service.
Press the ENTER button to select the option shown and exit the field.
Bypass Field
Default: Alarm
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Bypass label, and press the ENTER
button to move into the field. Press the 56 buttons to display the options:
•
If Bypass is selected, the Bypass mode is activated and the DSR-4530 loops
through the auxiliary video and audio inputs regardless of DigiCipher II system
service authorization status. The Bypass LED on the front panel is always lit
when the DSR-4530 is in the bypass state.
•
If Disabled is selected, the DSR-4530 ignores the auxiliary inputs for video and
audio and attempts to output the satellite data, regardless of authorization
status.
•
If Alarm is selected, the DSR-4530 automatically switches to the bypassed state
if it enters the alarm condition. At such time, the Aux Video and Audio inputs
are routed to the IRD output, and the front panel Bypass LED is lit. When the
DSR-4530 exits the alarm condition, the unit switches back to satellite video
and audio.
Press the ENTER button to select the option shown and exit the field.
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Operating the DSR-4530
Test Field
Default: Off
Note: The Test field returns to the default value (Off) when the field is exited.
The Test field provides an IRD alarm test when this field is set to On. Press the
56 buttons to display the two options: Off or On.
Press the ENTER button to select the option shown and exit the field.
ASI Output Menu
This menu allows the user to configure the digital ASI output. It is used to define
the format of the ASI output and to enable PID aliasing. Press the 56 buttons
until the ASI Output menu appears (shown below).
ASI OUTPUT
E
Enable Field
Enable
Format
PID Alias
Off
Packet
Off
Default: On
The Enable field allows the user to enable (on) or disable (off) the ASI output.
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Enable label, and press the ENTER
button to move into the field. Press the 56 buttons to display the two options: Off
and On. Press the ENTER button to select the option shown and exit the field.
Format Field
Default: Byte
The Packet and Byte options specify the transport stream packet structure. When
the ASI Output is enabled, the DSR-4530 outputs MPEG-2 transport stream
packets, either as a burst of contiguous bytes (Packet option), or as individual bytes
(Byte option). Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Format label, and press
the ENTER button to move into the field. Press the 56 buttons to display the
options: Packet or Byte. Press the ENTER button to select the option shown and exit
the field.
PID Alias Field
Default: On
The PID Alias field defines audio/video/data characteristics of the transport stream.
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the PID Alias label, and press the ENTER
button to move into the field. Press the 56 buttons to display the two options: Off
and On. Press the ENTER button to select the option shown and exit the field.
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When PID aliasing is Off, the ASI and Gig-E output contains the entire
transport stream.
•
When PID aliasing is On, the ASI and Gig-E output contains only video, audio,
and data components of the selected channel and the PID values are remapped
to a consistent numbering scheme.
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Reset Menu
The Reset menu allows the user to reset the unit to the factory default settings or
perform a power cycle. Press the 56 buttons until the Reset menu appears (shown
below).
RESET
E
Reset Type Field
Reset Type
No
Default: No
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Reset Type label, and press the ENTER
button to move into the field. Press the 56 buttons to display the two options:
Factory Defaults, and Power Cycle, which are explained below.
Factory Defaults Option
Caution: Selecting this reset option deletes all defined setups and downloaded
information. This operation interrupts service output, so use it carefully.
The Factory Defaults option allows the user to reset the system to the programming
values originally set by the factory firmware. When the option is shown, press the
ENTER button and a caution message is displayed:
CAUTION: IRD memory will be reset
Press E to continue or
to stop
Press any arrow button (3456) to back out of the field and leave it unchanged.
Otherwise, press the ENTER button to proceed.
During factory reset, the following message is displayed:
Factory Default reset in progress. . .
Press E to continue or
to stop
Power Cycle Option
The Power Cycle option reboots the DSR-4530 without losing internal user setup
information or downloaded network information. When the option is shown, press
the ENTER button and a caution message appears indicating that the current
service will be interrupted if the action proceeds.
CAUTION: Reset will interrupt service
Press E to continue or
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Operating the DSR-4530
Press any arrow button (3456) to back out of the field and leave it unchanged.
Otherwise, press the ENTER button to proceed. The following message displays.
Power Cycle reset in progress. . .
Press E to continue or
to stop
Core Menu
The Core menu allows the user to change the front panel LCD contrast.
Press the 56 buttons until the Core menu appears (shown below).
Core
E
Contrast Field
Contrast
TSID(hex)
18
Default: 18
To adjust the LCD contrast, press the4 button until the cursor is at the Contrast
label, and press the ENTER button to move into the field. Use the arrow buttons
(3456) to select a value between 1 and 30, with 1 representing the least
contrast and 30 the most. Adjust the contrast so that the LCD panel can be read
clearly. Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection.
Not
Supported
TSID Field
Default: 0000
Note: The Transport Stream ID (TSID) field is not supported at this time.
The TSID field (range 0000 to FFFF) is a hexadecimal number to identify the
Transport Stream. The TSID value applies when the symbol rate is 4.88 Msps or
less, then the unit uses this value during manual tune to acquire the correct signal.
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Video Out Format Menu
The Video Out Format menu allows the user to configure the video format. Press
the 56 buttons until the Video Out Format menu appears (shown below). It has
two fields that allow modification of the output format.
Note: The receiver does not convert 525-line video to 625-line video or convert
625-line video to 525-line video.
•
When the input to the uplink encoder is 525-line, the field here selects the
receiver output to be NTSC or PAL M, and the 625-line field has no impact.
•
When the input to the uplink encoder is a 625-line, the field selects the type of
PAL the receiver outputs, and the NTSC or PAL M selection has no impact.
VIDEO OUT FORMAT
E
525 Lines Field
525 Lines
625 Lines
NTSC
PAL D,G,B
Default: NTSC
Press the4 button until the cursor is at the 525 Lines label, and press the ENTER
button to move into the field. Press the 56 buttons to display the desired options
of NTSC or PAL M and press the ENTER button to confirm the selection and exit
the field.
625 Lines Field
Default: PAL D, G, B
Press the4 button until the cursor is at the 625 Lines label, and press the ENTER
button to move into the field. Press the 56 buttons to display the options of PAL
D, G, B; PAL I; or PAL N. Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection and
exit the field.
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Operating the DSR-4530
Aspect Ratio Menu
The Aspect Ratio Menu displays the current input aspect ratio and has one field
that allows the output aspect ratio to be changed when the uplinked video has an
aspect ratio of 16x9. Press the 56 buttons until the Aspect Ratio menu appears
(shown below).
Note: If the DSR-4530 receives input of 4x3, the output is always 4x3.
ASPECT RATIO Input
E
Read-only
---
Output when 16x9
4x3 (Pan Scan)
Input Field
The Input field displays the aspect ratio of video that the DSR-4530 is currently
receiving, either 4x3 or 16x9. This field is non-editable. Three dashes (- - -) are
displayed when no signal is received.
Output Field
Default: 16x9
The aspect ratio conversion is applicable only if the aspect ratio of the source/input
video is 16x9. The unit converts 16x9 source video to a 4x3 aspect ratio in the zoom,
pan-scan, or letterbox format based on what is selected for the Output field.
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Output label. Press the ENTER button to
enter the field. Press the 56 buttons to display the desired options of: 16x9, 4x3
ZOOM, 4x3 PAN (information in the video material directs which portion of the
16x9 image to output), and 4x3 LETTERBOX.
Note: If 4x3 PAN information is not available when the 4x3 PAN option is chosen,
the DSR-4530 outputs the center portion of the 16x9 image.
Use the 56 buttons to specify the desired option.
If you select a new aspect ratio, the following warning screen appears.
CAUTION: Change will interrupt service
Press E to continue or
to stop
Press any arrow button (3456) to back out of the field and leave it unchanged.
Otherwise, press the ENTER button to proceed.
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Firmware Menu
The Firmware menu displays the DSR-4530's firmware release information, which
is equivalent to the product version number. This menu cannot be changed, but
since the firmware is periodically updated, this menu confirms that the update was
successful. This menu is used most commonly in troubleshooting.
Press the 56 buttons until the Firmware menu appears (shown below).
FIRMWARE
E
Read-only
Boot:FPGA:High
XXXXXX:XXXXXX:XXXXXX
Upgrade
000000
Boot:FPGA:High Field
The Boot:FPGA:High field displays the current version of boot code, the FieldProgrammable Gate Array (FPGA) code, and the high (memory) code. The boot
and FPGA codes are loaded at the factory. The high code may be upgraded to later
versions by a download that is delivered over the satellite signal (from either the
L-band or ASI input). The version information for all the codes is represented by a
six-digit hexadecimal number. This field is non-editable.
Read-only
Upgrade Field
The Upgrade field displays the version of the upgrade code that is available. This
field displays 000000 when no upgrade code is available. Available upgrades are
installed the next time the DSR-4530 is powered on. This field is non-editable.
Download Menu
The Download menu allows the user to monitor the status of the current code
download. This menu is used most commonly in troubleshooting.
Press the 56 buttons until the DOWNLOAD menu appears (shown below).
DOWNLOAD
E 0000:00 00
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File
00 of 00
Current Rcvd Total
0000
0000
0000
•
During a foreground code download the unit mutes video and audio and ignores
user commands. The unit presents this menu during a foreground code
download.
•
During a background code download the unit collects the upgrade code in the
background while concurrently decoding video and audio services. The user
can select this menu anytime before, during, and after a background code
download.
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DOWNLOAD
E 0000:00 00
Subfield 1
File
00 of 00
Current Rcvd Total
0000
Current
Subfield 2
0000
0000
Total
Rcvd
File Field
The File field consists of two subfields:
Read-only
•
Subfield #1 is editable and selects, by index, a download file for monitoring.
•
Subfield #2 is non-editable and indicates the total number of files that have
been downloaded and/or are available to be downloaded.
Current Field
The Current field pertains to the file selected in the File field and indicates the ID
for the current segment received by the DSR-4530 during the download of the file.
This field is non-editable.
Read-only
Rcvd Field
The Rcvd field indicates ID for the last segment of the file selected in the File field.
This field is non-editable.
Read-only
Total Field
The Total field indicates the number of segments that the DSR-4530 has received
for the file selected in the File field. This field is non-editable.
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Channel Menus
To access the Channel menus, press ENTER button to return to the main top-level
menu (shown below).
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Press the 34 buttons until the cursor is at the Channel label, and press the ENTER
button to access the main menu for the Channel group and the DSR-4530 displays the
first sub-menu within the Channel menus.
Channel Menu
This menu allows the user to select an active VCT, select the virtual channel, and
view the name of the current transponder. Press the 56 buttons until the Channel
menu appears (shown below).
CHANNEL
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VCT
Chnl Xpndr
00000 0000 (Not in map)
VCT Field
Note: Contact the program provider for the correct VCT number to enter for that
commercial system.
This field allows selection of a Virtual Channel Table (VCT) number.
Press the4 button until the cursor is at the VCT label, and press the ENTER button
to move into the field. While ensuring that the cursor remains on the up/down
symbol, press the 56 buttons to scroll throughout the available VCTs.
Note: If the network has four VCTs, then only four VCTs appear in this field.
Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection and exit the field.
There is also a second method for entering the VCT number. Use the 34 buttons
to select the digit on the display to change and then, while the cursor is on that
digit, press the 56 buttons to select the desired value. Repeat this process for
each applicable digit to be changed. Press the ENTER button to confirm the
selection and exit the field.
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Chnl Field
The Chnl (Channel) field allows selection of the virtual channel for the output
service. Channels that exist in the Virtual Channel Map appear within parentheses,
for example (0346). The DSR-4530 supports channel values from 0001 to 4095.
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Chnl label, and press the ENTER
button to move into the field. While ensuring that the cursor remains on the up/
down symbol, press the 56 buttons to scroll throughout the available virtual
channels.
Note: If the chosen VCT contains twenty-four virtual channels, then only twentyfour virtual channels appear in this field.
Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection and exit the field.
There is also a second method for entering the virtual channel. Use the 34
buttons to select the digit to change and then, while the cursor is on that digit, press
the 56 buttons to select the desired value. Repeat this process for each applicable
digit to be changed. Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection and exit the
field.
CAUTION MESSAGES: When selecting/changing the Chnl field, the DSR-4530
displays caution messages under the following three conditions:
•
A warning message is displayed when the user changes from a virtual channel
to a MPEG program number.
CAUTION: Changing to DCII selection mode
Press E to continue or
to stop
Press any arrow button (3456) to back out of the field and leave it
unchanged. Otherwise, press the ENTER button to proceed.
•
If the user selects a virtual channel that is not in the chosen VCT, then a
message, “Not in map” is displayed to the right of the virtual channel.
CHANNEL
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Chnl Xpndr
00000 0000 (Not in map)
Then, if the user presses the ENTER button again, another caution message is
displayed indicating that the selected channel does not exist.
CAUTION: Channel 0000 not present
Press E to continue or
to stop
Note: The caution message shown on the previous page is only displayed when the
user changes the channel from a valid virtual channel to a nonexistent virtual
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channel. This message is not displayed if the DSR-4530 was not already acquired to a
virtual channel (e.g., when setting up the DSR-4530 for future operation).
•
Virtual channels also identify satellite and polarity attributes. The RF input
ports are set up with satellite and polarity attributes. For more details, see "Port
Menu" (described on page 20).
The DSR-4530 uses these satellite and polarity attributes to determine which
RF port to use. However, if the user selects a virtual channel that does not match
the satellite and polarity attributes of either port, then the DSR-4530 is unable to
determine which port to use and the following caution message is displayed.
CAUTION: Channel 0000 not on RF input
Press E to continue or
to stop
Press any arrow button (3456) to back out of the field and leave it
unchanged.
Note: The DSR-4530 cannot decode the chosen virtual channel until a port is set
up with the applicable satellite and polarity information.
Read-only
Xpndr Field
This non-editable field displays the current (Xpndr) transponder name (alpha/
numeric) that is downloaded. The DSR-4530 displays dashes (--) when transponder
information is not available.
Note: If the user selects a virtual channel that is not in the chosen VCT, then a
caution message, “Not in map” is displayed to the right of the virtual channel.
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Chnl Xpndr
00000 0000 (Not in map)
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MPEG Select Menu
This menu allows the user to select which service is displayed at the video and
audio outputs by specifying the MPEG program number. Press the 56 buttons
until the MPEG SELECT menu appears. The MPEG program number can be used
instead of a virtual channel, but only if the DSR-4530 is already tuned to the
appropriate L-band or ASI input signal.
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Program
00000
Program Menu
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Program label, and press the ENTER
button to move into the field. While ensuring that the cursor remains on the up/
down symbol, press the 56 buttons to scroll throughout the available MPEG
programs.
Note: If the current L-band or ASI input signal contains four MPEG programs,
then only four MPEG programs appear in this field.
Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection and exit the field.
There is also a second method for entering the MPEG program number. Use the
34 buttons to select the digit to change and then, while the cursor is on that digit,
press the 56 buttons to select the desired value. Repeat this process for each
applicable digit to be changed.
CAUTION MESSAGES: When selecting/changing the MPEG program numbers,
the DSR-4530 displays warning messages for the following two conditions:
•
A warning message is displayed when the user changes from a virtual channel
to a MPEG program number.
CAUTION: Changing to MPEG selection mode
Press E to continue or
to stop
Press any arrow button (3456) to back out of the field and leave it
unchanged. Otherwise, press the ENTER button to proceed.
•
A warning message displays when an MPEG program number is selected
which does not exist.
CAUTION: Program 00000 does not exist
Press E to continue or
to stop
Press any arrow button (3456) to back out of the field and leave it
unchanged. Otherwise, press the ENTER button to proceed.
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Aud1Lang, Aud2Lang Menus
These menus (Audio1 and Audio2 Language) have three fields that allow the user
to modify and view the status of the language for the Audio1 and Audio2 outputs.
This menu also allows the user to view the mode of the audio signal as it is received
from the programmer and before any subsequent down mixing that the DSR-4530
may perform.
Press the 56 buttons until the Aud1Lang menu or Aud2Lang menu appears
(shown below).
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Dspl Field
Dspl
Left Right InputMode
All
def
def
Dspl
Left Right InputMode
All
def
def
---
---
Default: All
The Display field allows the user to select the options that are displayed in the Left
(channel) and Right (channel) fields. Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the
Dspl (Display) label, and press the ENTER button to move into the field. Use the
56 buttons to select and display the three options: All, Avail, and Status.
• The All option allows the user to scroll throughout the languages that exist in
the database while in the Left and Right fields. You may wish to select
languages that are not functional at this time but will be functional in the future
- when they are present on the channel.
Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection.
•
The Avail (Available) option allows the user to scroll through the languages
supported by the system while the cursor is in the Left and Right fields.
Furthermore, selection of this option allows the user to scroll through only the
languages available for the active service.
Note: If the active service has only three languages, as listed for the virtual
channel or program, only three appear. If the user changes the service, the number
of languages may also change.
Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection.
•
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The Status option allows the user to view the actual audio language. The actual
language can differ from the chosen language when the user’s choice for
language is unavailable. The rules that govern which language the DSR-4530
chooses are described in the next section.
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Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection.
Left and Right Fields
Default: Def
Note: These fields operate in conjunction with the "Audio1 and Audio2 Menus"
(described on page 22) (specifically the AudioMix field) and the Dspl (Display
field) described on page 38.
If the user selects the Dual Mono downmix in the AudioMix field within the
"Audio1 and Audio2 Menus" (described on page 22), the Left and Right channels
will have separately editable fields. Otherwise, they are controlled together as a
pair from the Left field alone.
The Left and Right fields allow the user to select the language associated with the
left/right audio channels. The options are:
•
def (for default)
•
dashes (-----)
•
Alphanumeric character (range aaa00 to zzz99)
Use the "Language Abbreviations" (described on page 67) to find the 3-character
abbreviation for the desired language. To enter the alphanumeric character, press
the4 button until the cursor is at the Left label, and press the ENTER button to
move into the field.
Note: The two digits in the Left, Right fields indicate the occurrence of the
specified language. The range is between 00 and 99. For example, use eng13 for
the 13th version of English. This feature is used when there are multiple dialects
within a language.
Use the 34 buttons to select the alphanumeric character to change and then,
while the cursor is on that alphanumeric character, press the 56 buttons to select
the desired alphanumeric character. Repeat this process for each applicable
character to be changed.
Press the ENTER button to confirm the entire selection and exit the field.
When making language choices for the Left and Right fields, keep the following in
mind:
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If Def (default) is selected, the Audio 1 and Audio 2 outputs are set to the first
and second language, respectively, that is embedded in the service. It is
suggested that programmers run their language listing so that this default
setting is the language that matches the audio.
•
If the AudioMix option (described on page 23) is set to Surround, Stereo, or
Mono and the user’s choice for language is not available, then the audio output
reverts to the default language. The list of languages are provided on page 67.
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•
If the AudioMix option (described on page 23) is set to Dual Mono and a
language pair is not available that matches the user’s choice for Left and Right
languages, the DSR-4530 selects and outputs the first occurrence of the Left
language choice. The system cannot take a Left from one audio pair and a Right
from another. If there is no match for the Left language choice, the DSR-4530
uses the default language setting.
•
There is an interaction between the Language (Lang) menu (page 38) and the
AudioMix field (page 23):
•
If the user had previously selected Stereo or Mono in the AudioMix field
and a specific language as the audio output in the Lang menu, but later
changes the AudioMix menu setting to Dual Mono, the Dual Mono setting
will change both channels to have the same language and a caution screen
displays. After changing the AudioMix menu to Dual Mono, reselect the
languages desired (as required) using the "Aud1Lang, Aud2Lang Menus"
(described on page 38).
•
If the user previously selected Dual Mono in the AudioMix field with two
different languages as audio outputs in the Language menu, but later selects
Stereo, Stereo Surround, or Mono in the AudioMix field, the output in this
Language menu automatically sets to the first occurrence of a specified
language and a caution screen is displayed. The IRD will use the language
defined for the Left channel first, then for Right channel if there is no
match for the Left.
InputMode Field
This read-only field indicates the incoming audio signal of the active service.
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Text Lang Menu
This Text Language menu has two fields that allow the user to modify and view the
status of the language for the subtitle display. Press the 56 buttons until the Text
Lang (Text Language) menu appears (shown below).
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Display Field
Display
All
Default: Off
Refer to the Display field description under the Audio1 Language menu on page 38
for the All, Available, and Status options. This field also has a fourth option, Off,
which disables subtitles.
EMM ID Menu
The Entitlement Management Message (EMM) ID menu allows for additional
flexibility in access control. It allows the user to enter a new EMM provider ID
number, when required.
Caution: If the EMM provider ID is not known, use the default setting of zero.
Press the 56 buttons until the EMM ID menu appears (shown below).
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ID Number Field
ID Number(Hex)
0000
Default: 0000
The ID Number field (range 0000 to FFFF) allows the user to change the EMM ID
number, which is represented in the hexadecimal format.
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the ID Number label, and press the ENTER
button to move into the field. Use the 34 buttons to select the digit to change and
then, while the cursor is on that digit, press the 56 buttons to display the desired
value. Repeat this process for each applicable digit.
Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection.
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Checking Status of Channel
Once a channel is set up, the user can verify the status of the channel. To do this,
access the Status Display menus by pressing the ENTER button to return to the DSR4530’s main top-level menu (shown below).
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Press the 34 buttons until the cursor is at the Status label, and press the ENTER
button. The DSR-4530 now displays the Status1 menu. Refer to "Status Display
Menus" (described on page 48) for more information on each of the display screens.
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IP Menus
Use the IP menus is to configure the 10/100 port. To access the IP menus, press
ENTER button to return to the main top-level menu (shown below).
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Press the 34 buttons until the cursor is at the IP label, and press the ENTER button.
The DSR-4530 displays the first sub-menu within the IP menus.
MAC Address Menu
Read-only
To view the MAC address for the lower Ethernet port on the back panel of the
DSR-4530. Press the 56 buttons until the MAC Address menu appears (shown
below). The address is represented in a hexadecimal format and non-editable.
PORT 10/100
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MAC Address
hh-hh-hh-hh-hh-hh
IP Address Menu
Use the following procedure to set and view the IP address (range:
000.000.000.000 to 255.255.255.255) for the lower Ethernet port on the back panel
of the DSR-4530. The address is represented in the common dotted-decimal
format. Contact the network administrator for details about configuring the
Ethernet port for operation on your local network.
Press the 56 buttons until the IP Address menu appears (shown below).
PORT 10/100
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IP Address
192.168.000.100
To change the IP address, press the4 button until the cursor is at the Address label,
and press the ENTER button to move into the field. Use the 34 buttons to select
the digit to change and then, while the cursor is on that digit, press the 56 buttons
to display the desired value. Repeat this process for each applicable digit to be
changed.
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Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection and exit the field.
Subnet Mask Menu
Use the following procedure to set and view the Subnet Mask IP address (range:
000.000.000.000 to 255.255.255.255) for the lower Ethernet port on the back panel
of the DSR-4530. The subnet mask is represented in the common dotted-decimal
format. Contact the network administrator for details about configuring the
Ethernet port for operation on your local network.
Press the 56 buttons until the Subnet Mask menu appears (shown below).
PORT 10/100
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Subnet Mask
255.255.255.000
To change the Subnet Mask, press the4 button until the cursor is at the Subnet
Mask label, and press the ENTER button to move into the field. Use the 34
buttons to select the digit to change and then, while the cursor is on that digit, press
the 56 buttons to display the desired value. Repeat this process for each
applicable digit to be changed.
Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection and exit the field.
IP Gateway Menu
Use the following procedure to set and view the IP Gateway address (range:
000.000.000.000 to 255.255.255.255) for the lower Ethernet port on the back panel
of the DSR-4530. The IP Gateway is an address that is represented in the common
dotted-decimal format. Contact the network administrator for details about
configuring the Ethernet port for operation on your local network.
Press the 56 buttons until the IP Gateway menu appears (shown below).
PORT 10/100
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Default Gateway
192.168.000.001
To change the IP Gateway, press the4 button until the cursor is at the Default
Gateway label, and press the ENTER button to move into the field. Use the 34
buttons to select the digit to change and then, while the cursor is on that digit, press
the 56 buttons to display the desired value. Repeat this process for each
applicable digit to be changed.
Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection and exit the field.
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GigE Menus
Use the GigE menus is to configure the GigE port. To access the GigE menus, press
ENTER button to return to the main top-level menu (shown below).
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Press the 34 buttons until the cursor is at the IP label, and press the ENTER
button. The DSR-4530 displays the first sub-menu within the IP menus. Follow the
procedures provided to access the various GigE menus within the IP menu
structure.
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GigE MAC Address Menu
Use the following procedure to view the GigE MAC address for the upper Ethernet
port on the back panel of the DSR-4530. The GigE MAC address is represented in a
hexadecimal format and non-editable.
Press the 56 buttons until the Port GigE menu appears (shown below).
PORT GigE
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MAC Address
hh-hh-hh-hh-hh-hh
GigE IP Address Field
Use the following procedure to set and view the GigE IP address (range:
000.000.000.000 to 255.255.255.255) for the upper Ethernet port on the back panel
of the DSR-4530. The address is represented in the common dotted-decimal
format. Contact the network administrator for details about configuring the GigE
port for operation on your local network.
Press the 56 buttons until the GigE IP Address menu appears (shown below).
PORT GigE
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IP Address
192.168.000.100
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Address label, and press the ENTER
button to move into the field. Use the 34 buttons to select the digit to change and
then, while the cursor is on that digit, press the 56 buttons to display the desired
value. Repeat this process for each applicable digit to be changed.
Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection and exit the field.
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GigE Subnet Mask Menu
Use the following procedure to set and view the GigE Subnet address (range:
000.000.000.000 to 255.255.255.255) for the upper Ethernet port on the back panel
of the DSR-4530. The GigE subnet mask is represented in the common dotteddecimal format. Contact the network administrator for details about configuring the
GigE port for operation on your local network.
Press the 56 buttons until the GigE Subnet Mask menu appears (shown below).
PORT GigE
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Subnet Mask
255.255.255.000
Press the4 button until the cursor is at the Subnet Mask label, and press the
ENTER button to move into the field. Use the 34 buttons to select the digit to
change and then, while the cursor is on that digit, press the 56 buttons to display
the desired value. Repeat this process for each applicable digit to be changed.
Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection and exit the field.
GigE Default Gateway Menu
Use the following procedure to set and view the GigE Default Gateway address
(range: 000.000.000.000 to 255.255.255.255) for the upper Ethernet port on the
back panel of the DSR-4530. The GigE Default Gateway is an address that is
represented in the common dotted-decimal format. Contact the network
administrator for details about configuring the GigE port for operation on your
local network.
Press the 56 buttons until the GigE Default Gateway Address menu appears
(shown below).
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192.168.000.001
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Default Gateway label, and press the
ENTER button to move into the field. Use the 34 buttons to select the digit to
change and then, while the cursor is on that digit, press the 56 buttons to display
the desired value. Repeat this process for each applicable digit to be changed.
Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection and exit the field.
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GigE MPTS Address Menu
Use the following procedure to set and view the GigE Single Program Transport
Stream (SPTS) address and port of the destination node for the transport stream
output. The GigE SPTS is an address that is represented in the common dotteddecimal format. Contact the network administrator for details about configuring the
GigE port for operation on your local network.
Press the 56 buttons until the GigE MPTS Address menu appears (shown below).
SPTS Address Field
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the SPTS Address label, and press the
ENTER button to move into the field. The SPTS Address range is from
000.000.000.000 to 255.255.255.255.
Use the 34 buttons to select the digit to change and then, while the cursor is on
that digit, press the 56 buttons to display the desired value. Repeat this process
for each applicable digit to be changed.
Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection and exit the field.
Port Field
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Port label, and press the ENTER button
to move into the field. The Port ID range is from 00000 to 65535.
Use the 34 buttons to select the digit to change and then, while the cursor is on
that digit, press the 56 buttons to display the desired value. Repeat this process
for each applicable digit to be changed.
Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection and exit the field.
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Status Display Menus
Note: Some of the status screens are not displayed when the active signal is
received from a source other than the L-band input connector.
Status display menus provide information regarding the current status of the DSR4530. This menu lists important IRD parameters. These fields are not editable, and
the displayed information is either:
•
The result of changes in an installation or channel selection menu.
•
A parameter the DSR-4530 reports as part of its operation.
To access the Status Display menus, press ENTER button to return to the main toplevel menu (shown below).
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Press the 34 buttons until the cursor is at the Status label, and press the ENTER
button. The DSR-4530 displays the first sub-menu within the Status menus.
Status1 Menu
Press the 56 buttons until the Status1 menu appears (shown below).
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FrontPanel Field
Input Type
Local Control L-Band
Default: Local_Control
The FrontPanel field indicates whether the user is able to control the IRD
completely from the front panel (Local Control) or whether some front panel
functions are disabled (Locked Out).
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Input Type Field
Default: L-Band
The Input Type field indicates the input connector (L-band or ASI) on which the
active signal is received.
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Status2 Menu
Note: This menu is not displayed when the active signal is received from a source
other than an L-band input connector.
Press the 56 buttons until the Status2 menu appears (shown below). This screen
displays the source name, channel number, and the signal quality.
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Source Field
---
Channel Quality
----
---
Default: Not in map
The Source field (two to eight alphanumeric characters) displays the name of the
transponder (source) to which the unit is tuned. The IRD displays Not in map when
the transponder name is not available and three dashes (---) when no information is
available.
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Channel Field
The Channel field displays the selected virtual channel number (from the Channel
menu on page 34). The range is 0000 to 4095. Four dashes (----) are displayed
when no information is available.
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Quality Field
The Quality field displays a number from 1 to 100 indicating the level of the signal
quality. If the signal is 50 or less, it is marginal. If it is 35 or less, take action to
increase the dish size or improve the reception by the LNB to prevent occasional
loss of output.
Note: The signal quality is also displayed as a large bar graph in the Status3
menu.
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Status3 Menu
Note: This menu is not displayed when the active signal is received from a source
other than an L-band input connector.
Press the 56 buttons until the Status3 menu appears (shown below). This screen
displays the quality level of the active signal received from the L-band source and is
shown as a large bar graph that expands to fill the entire LCD screen.
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Status4 Menu
Note: This menu is not displayed when the active signal is received from a source
other than an L-band input connector.
Press the 56 buttons until the Status4 menu appears (shown below). This screen
displays the satellite name and signal tuning characteristics and provides modespecific information depending upon the acquisition mode selected (i.e., DCIIAUTO, DCII-MAN, DVB-MAN, etc.).
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---
---
Symb Code Format
---
---
---
Sat Field
This field displays the satellite reference name (two to four alphanumeric
characters) from the downloaded network information. Three dashes (---) are
displayed when no information is available.
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Freq Field
This field displays the downlink frequency (range: 950.00 - 2150.00 MHz) of the
L-band signal. This may be different from the frequency that was initially set in the
Manual Tune menu. Three dashes (---) are displayed when no information is
available or that the ASI input is in use.
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Symb Field
This field displays the symbol. Three dashes (---) indicate that no information is
available or when the ASI input is in use.
Read-only
Code Field
This field displays the code rate (error control coding for forward error correction)
of the received L-band signal. Three dashes (---) indicate that no information is
available or the ASI input is in use.
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Format Field
Read-only
Note: This field is excluded from the the status display screen when the acquisition
selection mode is DCII-DVB (see "Modulation Menu" (described on page 19)).
This field displays the format (combined or split) of the L-band signal. Three
dashes (---) are displayed when no information is available or when the ASI input
is in use.
Status5 Menu
Note: This menu is not displayed when the active signal is received from a source
other than an L-band input connector.
Press the 56 buttons until the Status5 menu appears (shown below). This screen
displays the sync status, Eb/No (signal to noise ration) and authorization state of
the DSR-4530.
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Eb/No Authorize State
Tuning -2.0
---
Sync Field
This field displays the acquisition Sync state. The Sync state for the active L-band
signal is either Paused, Tuning, or Locked. The unit presents Paused for sync state
0-2, Tuning for sync state 3-4, and Locked for sync state 5-9. Three dashes (---)
indicate that no information is available.
Read-only
Eb/No Field
This field displays the Signal to Noise Ration (Eb/No (for the active L-band signal.
Three dashes (---) indicate that no information is available
Read-only
Authorize State Field
This field displays the authorization state (either Authorized or Not Authorized).
If the Authorization State is shown as Not Authorized, the field alternately flashes and
displays the reason why it is not authorized (i.e., Missing Map, Undefined Channel,
Undefined Service, Not In Sync, No Program Rekey, No Working Key, No Event
Blackout, No Category Key, Old Category Seq, Subscrb With Tape, Subscrb w/o Tape,
Bad Seed Chksum, Bad Debit Chksum, Not Subscribed, Regional Blackout, or Circular
Blackout.
Three dashes (---) indicate that no information is available.
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Status6 Menu
Press the 56 buttons until the Status6 menu appears (shown below). This screen
displays the DSR-4530’s Memory (free memory) and Flash memory.
STATUS6 Memory Flash
E
Read-only
42.9MB 47.8MB
Memory Field
This status-only field displays the amount of free volatile memory (range: 00.0 to
99.9 MB) that is available for use by the operating system.
Read-only
Flash Field
This status-only field displays the amount of free non-volatile memory (range: 00.0
to 99.9 MB) that is available for use by the operating system.
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Operating the DSR-4530
Diagnostics Menus
The DSR-4530's diagnostic menus allow the user to isolate problems to the DSR4530 or the satellite using the front panel. The menus also enable the user to test
waveforms and use other diagnostic information displayed on an NTSC television
monitor connected through the rear-panel video output.
Caution: Turning on diagnostics changes the video or audio output, and these
diagnostic screens or tones may be transmitted to the cable customers if the
receiver is connected to the cable plant.
To access the Diagnostic menus, press ENTER button to return to the main top-level
menu (shown below).
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E
Install
Channel
IP
Status
Diag
Press the 34 buttons until the cursor is at the Diag label, and press the ENTER
button. The DSR-4530 displays the first sub-menu within the Diagnostics menus.
Diagnostics Menu
Press the 56 buttons until the Diagnostics menu appears (shown below).
DIAGNOSTIC
E
Menus
Off
Menus Field
The Menus field allows the user to enable or disable the on-screen diagnostics to a
video monitor connected to the rear of the IRD.
Note: For more information on the diagnostic screens, refer to"Viewing the Fast
Fact Diagnostic Screens" (described on page 70).
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Menus label, and press the ENTER
button to move into the field. Press the 56 buttons to scroll to the televised screen
of choice (i.e., Off, Fact 1-5; Diag A-E). Press the ENTER button to confirm the
selection and exit this field.
Note: The Diag A-E are typically used by Motorola with hotline troubleshooting.
DIAG
E
DSR-4530
Menus
Diag A
Clear Cntrs
No
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Clear Cntrs Field
Note: If a diagnostic menu other than Off is selected, the Clear Cntrs (clear
counters) field also appears. This field is primarily for use with hotline
troubleshooting, and it is recommended that it be used only when directed. Using this
field does not affect receiver operation, but it may give misleading troubleshooting
results if not used properly.
This field allows the user to reset selected counters to zero. To clear counters, press
the 4 button until the cursor is at the Cntrs label, and press the ENTER button to
reset the counters to zero.
Read-only
Unit Address Menu
This menu is for display only and displays the DSR-4530’s 16-digit electronic
address (range: 000-00000-00000-000 to 999-99999-99999-999). The program
provider uses this address to identify a specific DSR-4530 for authorization and to
retune messages. The display enables the user to view the address from the front
panel rather than reading the label on the back panel.
Press the 56 buttons until the Unit Address menu appears (shown below).
UNIT ADDRESS
E
000-12345-12345-678
TV Pass Card Menu
The DSR-4530 does not initially require a TV Pass Card, but if one is required, the
program provider typically supplies one. The program provider uses the TV Pass
Card address and decoder address to identify a specific DSR-4530 for authorization
messages.
Press the 56 buttons until the TV Pass Card menu appears (shown below).
TV PASS CARD Status
E
Not Inserted
The display enables the user to view the TV Pass Card address from the front panel
of the DSR-4530. There are three Status field options:
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•
Not Inserted
•
xxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxx (a unique TV Pass Card address, range: 000-0000000000-000 to 999-99999-99999-999)
•
xxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxx Needs Mating.
Operating the DSR-4530
Audio Test Signal Menu
This menu allows the user to select an audio test signal for each of the two audio
outputs, Audio1 and Audio2. Press the 56 buttons until the Audio Test Signal menu
appears (shown below).
AUDIO TEST SIGNAL
L1/R1
L2/R2
Off
Off
E
L1/R1 Field
Default: Off
Caution: Audio output to the customers may be interrupted and test signals
override any active service component.
This field allows the user to enable the Audio1 test signal. Press the 4 button until
the cursor is at the L1/R1 label. Press the ENTER button to enter the field. Use the
56 buttons to display the three test options:
• Off
•
1000 Hz at +16 dBm
•
4040 Hz and 3960 Hz at +4 dBm
To terminate an audio test signal, use the 56 buttons to select Off and press the
ENTER button, or exit the L1/R1 field.
L2/R2 Field
Default: Off
Caution: Audio output to the customers may be interrupted and test signals
override any active service component.
This field allows the user to enable the Audio 2 test signal. Press the 4 button until
the cursor is at the L2/R2 label. Press the ENTER button to enter the field. Use the
56 buttons to display the three test options:
• Off
•
1000 Hz at +16 dBm
•
4040 Hz and 3960 Hz at +4 dBm
To terminate an audio test signal, use the 56 buttons to select Off and press the
ENTER button, or exit the L2/R2 field.
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Video Test Signal Menu
A full-field video test signal is available that allows the user to display different test
patterns by selecting the Pattern field. Press the 56 buttons until the Video Test
Signal menu appears (shown below).
VIDEO TEST SIGNAL
Pattern
E
Pattern Field
Off
Default: Off
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Pattern label, and press the ENTER
button to move into the field. Press the 56 buttons to display the video test
patterns. Choose from the options listed in Table 3-1.
Table 3-1: NTSC/PAL-M Video Test Options
PATTERNS
Off (Default)
Color Bar
100 IRE Ramp
NTSC 7 Composite
Red Field
5 Step Stair
Unmod Y Ramp
525 Composite/625 CCIR 17
525 Combination/625 CCIR 18
525 Color Bar/625 CCIR 330
525 Y Ramp/625 CCIR 331
Program (Off)
Press the ENTER button and a warning message appears saying that the current
video display will be interrupted if the action proceeds.
CAUTION: This selection replaces video
Press E to continue or
to stop
Press any arrow button (3456) to back out of the field and leave it unchanged.
Otherwise, press the ENTER button to proceed.
Note: Test signals override any active service component, and the DSR-4530
displays diagnostics over the video test patterns if diagnostics are enabled.
To disable the selected signals, use the 56 buttons to select Off and press the
ENTER button, or exit the field.
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Operating the DSR-4530
VITS Menu
This menu allows the user to insert Vertical Interval Test Signal (VITS) on lines 17
or 18. Press the 56 buttons until the VITS menu appears (shown below).
VITS
E
Waveform
Transmitted
Waveform Field
Default: Transmitted
Note: Upon exiting this submenu, the Waveform field reverts to the default value
(Transmitted).
The Waveform field allows the user to insert a VITS from several internally stored
patterns, from a pattern transmitted over the satellite link, or to turn off VITS
insertion.
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Waveform label, and press the ENTER
button to move into the field. Press the 56 buttons to display the options. Choose
from the options listed in Table 3-2.
Table 3-2: NTSC/PAL M VITS Field Options
PATTERNS
Transmitted (Default)
Disabled
Color Bar
100 IRE Ramp
NTSC 7 Composite
Red Field
5 Step Stair
Unmod Y Ramp
525 Composite/625 CCIR 17
525 Combination/625 CCIR 18
525 Color Bar/625 CCIR 330
525 Y Ramp/625 CCIR 331
The Transmitted option indicates the signal is provided over the satellite link by the
programmer, if one is present. Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection.
Note: If the Waveform option is neither Transmitted or Disabled, the Field and
Line fields are displayed on the VITS menu (shown below).
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VITS
Waveform
Field
Line
E
Color Bar
1
17
Field Field
Default: 1
Note: The IRD does not display this field when the waveform is set to Transmitted
or Disabled.
The Field field allows the user to select the field on which the VITS is reinserted by
the receiver. Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Field label, and press the
ENTER button to move into the field. Press the 56 buttons to select the desired
option (Field 1 or Field 2) and press the ENTER button to confirm the selection and
exit the field.
Line Field
Default: 17
Note: The IRD does not display this field when the waveform is set to Transmitted
or Disabled.
Press the 4 button until the cursor is at the Line label, and press the ENTER button
to move into the field. Press the 56 buttons to display the options (17 or 18).
Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection and exit the field.
Ad Insertion Test Menu
The Ad Insertion Test menu allows the user to test the cue tones and turn the relays
on and off. Ad insertion signals are generated by the DSR-4530, but controlled by
the uplink programmer. Local cable companies use ad insertion signals to control
and to queue the insertion of commercials in cable headends. There are two ways to
provide ad insertion:
•
A dedicated digital DTMF differential output for cue tones.
•
A dedicated contact closure relay.
Press the 56 buttons until the Ad Insertion Test menu appears (shown below).
AD INSERTION TEST
E
Cue Tone
Relay
Off
Off
Caution: Output to the customers may be interrupted. When turned on, the ad
insertion signals can be sent to the local headend equipment.
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Operating the DSR-4530
Cue Tone Field
Default: Off
The Cue Tone (Signal) field lets the user turn the cue tone test ON and OFF. Press
the 4 button until the cursor is at the Cue Tone label, and press the ENTER button
to move into the field. Press the 56 buttons to display the options (On or Off).
Relay Field
Default: Off
The Relay field lets the user individually control/test each of the three ad insertion
relays by turning them on and off, as required. Press the 4 button until the cursor
is at the Relay label, and press the ENTER button to move into the field.
Press the 56 buttons to display the options: Off, Relay 1 On, Relay 2 On, and
Relay 3 On. This field returns to the default value (Off) when the ENTER button is
pressed to exit the field.
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Troubleshooting
Before contacting the Hotline, review Table 4-1 for problems and suggested solutions.
Table 4-1: Troubleshooting Solutions
Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
LCD blank, no LEDs lit.
No power to unit.
Plug in the unit.
LEDs illuminate, but LCD
is blank or too dark to
read.
LCD contrast out of
adjustment.
Adjust LCD contrast.
See IRD menu, and how
to set the Contrast field
on page 29.
No picture, no level
indication.
No LNB signal port.
Connect LNB coax.
See "Connecting the
DSR-4530" on page 5.
Poor audio quality or low
audio level.
Audio levels incorrect.
Adjust audio levels.
See "Audio1 Gain and
Audio2 Gain Menus" on
page 24.
No video or Bypass Video
is present.
Unit is in bypass mode.
Change to an available
channel.
See "Channel Menu" on
page 34.
No audio or Bypass Audio
is present.
Unit is in bypass mode.
Change to an available
channel.
See "Channel Menu" on
page 34.
Will not acquire.
Port not configured.
Check port configuration
and manual frequency tune.
See "Port Config Menu"
on page 22.
Incorrect language
displays for subtitles.
Wrong language setting.
Check Subtitle language
settings.
See "Text Lang Menu"
on page 41.
Incorrect audio language.
Wrong language setting.
Check Audio language
settings.
See "Aud1Lang,
Aud2Lang Menus" on
page 38.
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Downlink/L-band Frequency
Conversion Tables
Note: A distributor or programmer can provide the latest C-band and Ku-band frequency plans at
purchase time.
If desired, the following formulas have been provided to help the user perform calculations for
both C-band and Ku-band transponders or a new satellite, as required.
Table 5-1: Calculation for C-Band Transponders
Formula for C-band Frequency
5,150 MHz <minus> Frequency Downlink (DL) <equals>
Frequency (C-band)
Example calculation if downlink
frequency is 3,740 MHz
5,150 MHz
-3,740 MHz
1,410 MHz
Table 5-2: Calculation for Ku-Band Transponders
Formula for Ku-band Frequency
Frequency Downlink (DL) <minus> 10,750 MHz <equals>
Frequency (Ku-band)
DSR-4530
Example calculation if downlink
frequency is 12,019 MHz
12,019 MHz
-10,750 MHz
1,269 MHz
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Product Support
If You Need Help
For assistance with Motorola products only, contact the Motorola Technical Response Center
(TRC), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:
•
Inside the U.S.:1-888-944-HELP (1-888-944-4357)
•
Outside the U.S.:1-215-323-0044
•
Motorola Online: http://businessonline.motorola.com
This offers a searchable solutions database, technical
documentation, and low-priority issue creation and tracking.
Calling for Repairs
If repair is necessary, call Motorola’s authorized repair vendor, World Wide Digital
(WWD) at 1-800-227-0450 or 1-956-541-0600 for a Return for Service Authorization
(RSA) number before sending the unit for repair. The RSA number must be prominently
displayed on all equipment cartons. WWD is open from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Central
Time, Monday through Friday.
When shipping equipment for repair, follow these steps:
1.
Pack the unit securely.
2.
Enclose a note describing the exact problem.
3.
Enclose a copy of the invoice to verify the warranty status.
4.
Label all cartons with the RSA number.
5.
Ship the unit PREPAID to:
World Wide Digital
c/o Loera Customs Brokerage, Inc.
Attn: RSA # ****
5845 E. 14th Street, Suite D
Brownsville, TX 78521
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Language Abbreviations
Note: This list of languages was recommended to system operators as the appropriate identifiers
for audio, subtitle, and text information. Refer to Language Menu operation.
Language
Abbreviation
Language
Abbreviation
Arabic
ara
Egyptian
egy
Armenian
arm
English
eng
Balinese
ban
Esperanto
epo
Basque
Baq
Faroese
fao
Batak
btk
Finnish
fin
Bengali
ben
French
fre
Bhojpuri
bho
German
ger
Bulgarian
bul
Greek
gre
Burmese
bur
Gujarati
guj
Catalan
cat
Hebrew
heb
Chinese
chi
Hindi
hin
Croatian
scr
Hiri Motu
hmo
Cue (Tones)
cue
Hungarian
hun
Czech
cze
Indonesian
ind
Danish
dan
Interlingua
ina
Dutch
dut
Iranian
ira
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Language
68
Abbreviation
Language
Abbreviation
Irish
iri
Philippine (Other)
phi
Italian
ita
Polish
pol
Panjabi
pan
Portuguese
por
Japanese
jpn
Rajasthani
raj
Javanese
jav
Romanian
rum
Kashmiri
kas
Russian
rus
Korean
kor
Samoan
smo
Kurdish
kur
Scots
sco
Latin
lat
Sindhi
snd
Malay
may
Spanish
spa
Mandar
mdr
Swahili
swa
Marathi
mar
Swedish
swe
Miscellaneous
mis
Tagalog
tgl
Mongolian
mon
Tamil
tam
Nepali
nep
Thai
tha
Norwegian
nor
Urdu
urd
Otomian Lang.
oto
Vietnamese
vie
Pahlavi
pal
Welsh
wel
Persian
per
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Diagnostics
Introduction
The Fast Fact Diagnostic Diagnostic screens (1 through 5) are a part of the IRD firmware
created during product development and based on the needs of the the particular unit. All
values and information shown on the Fast Fact Diagnostic screens update when displayed,
unless otherwise noted. Information about these screens is described here for
documentation purposes only.
Notes:
1. Hexadecimal numbers are displayed with none or more leading zeros (0) to pad to their
individual field width.
2. Decimal numbers are right-justified in their individual display rectangle and are not
padded with leading zeros (0).
3. Decimal numbers may be displayed without or with a trailing decimal point to
distinguish them from hexadecimal numbers.
4. The default is no trailing decimal point.
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Viewing the Fast Fact Diagnostic Screens
The diagnostic screens (Figure 9-1 ) are available via the On-Screen Display
(OSD) video out using a video monitor connected to the OSD Video Out on the
rear of the IRD.
To view the OSD diagnostic screens, press the 56buttons on the front of the IRD
until the Diagnostic menu appears, and press the ENTER button to access the
Diagnostic menu on the IRD (shown below).
DIAGNOSTIC
E
Menus
Off
Press the 56buttons, navigate to the DIAGNOSTIC Menus option, and press the
right arrow key. Selecting ENTER while the cursor is on the Menus option allows
access to the OSD diagnostic screens.
DIAGNOSTIC
E
Menus
Off
Use the 56 buttons on the front of the IRD to navigate between the Fast Fact
Diagnostic screens while displaying the data to the OSD.
Note: Pressing the ENTER button on the front of the IRD while viewing a
particular OSD diagnostic screen allows for the continued display of the OSD
diagnostic information while allowing the user to navigates thru other front
panel menus.
FF1
Fast Facts 1 [page 71]
FF2
Fast Facts 2 [page 73]
FF3
Fast Facts 3 (Video) [page 74]
FF4
Fast Facts 4 (Audio) [page 76]
FF5
Fast Facts 5 (10/100 Network) [page 77]
FF5
Fast Facts 5 GigE Network [page 78]
Figure 9-1: Fast Fact Diagnostic Screens
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Diagnostics
Fast Facts Screens
The Fast Facts screens are used as a method of viewing information and diagnostic data
associated with the IRD than what is shown in the IRD’s Diagnostic menu screens (refer to
Diagnostics Menus on page 53).
The Fast Facts screens are composed of five screens; the first screen showing important
general information as it relates to the IRD, the second screen depicts the current port configuration, the third screen shows important video information, the fourth screen displays
important audio information, and the fifth screens shows the Ethernet configuration.
Fast Facts 1
The Fast Facts 1 screen displays general information relating to the basic functionality of
the IRD.
Fast Facts 1
Unit = 225-03177-05987-128
A
VC # = 0132
B
Firmware = 000148 00017C
C
VCTID = 0002
D
Encryption = Fixed Program Key
E
Service # = 00003
F
AUTH STATE = No Program Rekey
G
Eb/No = -2.0
H
Signal State = Searching
I
Sat/Xpndr = T6/7
J
Signal Quality = 58
Polarization = Horz
L
K
Symbol Rate = 10.51 Msps
M
FEC Rate = 3/4
N
Frequency = 1310.000 MHz
O
Field
DSR-4410MD
Name
Definition
A
Unit
Factory-set, 16-digit Unit Address for the IRD.
B
VC#
Shows the virtual channel number.
C
Firmware
Shows the firmware version in the boot sector of ROM and the
application section.
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Field
Name
Definition
D
VCT ID
Shows the current VCT ID.
E
Encryption
Displays the current program’s encryption status.
F
Service
Displays the service number for the current program.
G
Auth State
Displays the current program’s authorization status.
H
Eb/No
Shows the signal to noise ratio (Eb/No) of the received signal.
I
Signal State
Shows the received signal state, either Locked or Searching,
depending on whether the IRD is locked to a signal or not.
J
Sat/Xpndr
Displays the satellite name and transponder number. If the satellite name is null, then the satellite number is used.
K
Signal Strength
Displays the signal strength for the currently tuned-to satellite
and transponder. This value is normalized to be between 0 and
100%.
L
Polarization
Shows the polarization for the currently tuned-to transponder,
either:
Horz
Vert
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:
:
Horizontal
Vertical
M
Symbol Rate
Shows the current symbol rate.
N
FEC Rate
Displays the Forward Error Correction (FEC) coding rate.
O
Frequency
Shows the current RF frequency.
Diagnostics
Fast Facts 2
The Fast Facts 2 screen displays information relating to the port configuration of the IRD.
Fast Facts 2
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
+
+
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
A
Field
S1: Horz .................. Defined
T6: Vert .................. Defined
C
D
..........................Undefined
..........................Undefined
..........................Undefined
..........................Undefined
..........................Undefined
..........................Undefined
..........................Undefined
B
E
Name
Definition
A
Port number
The L-band port number being described (1-8).
B
Active Status
+
:
indicates the port is Active.
=
:
indicates the port is Inactive.
C
Satellite Name
The name of the current satellite.
D
Polarization
The polarity transponder associated with the port, either:
Horz
Vert
E
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Configuration Status
:
:
Horizontal
Vertical
The Configuration status of the port, either: Defined, Undefined
or Not Supported.
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Fast Facts 3
The Fast Facts 3 screen displays information relating to video information.
Field
74
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Name
Definition
A
Video Locked
An indication of video lock status, if Yes, then the video for the
IRD is being received and locked. If No, then the video is not
being received.
B
Monitor
The current output format of the video display.
C
Video PID
The current Program Identification (PID) number for the Video.
D
Window
The current dimensions of the video display: Width x Height,
Xpos : Ypos (or mute)
E
PCR Pid
The current Program Clock Reference (PCR) PID.
F
Aspect Mode
The current aspect mode for the incoming video.
G
Source Format
The source format: Interlaced or Progressive.
H
Video Setup
Indication if the video setup (pedestal) is active.
I
Resolution
Displays the Horizontal Size X Vertical Size of the received
video.
Diagnostics
Field
DSR-4410MD
Name
Definition
J
Film Mode
Indication of if Film Mode is active or inactive.
K
Aspect Ratio
The aspect ratio of the video within the transport stream.
L
VMC
(Video Mute Count)
The current video mute count.
M
Frame Rate
The frame rate code of the stream.
N
PTS : FIFO
The video Presentation Time Stamp (PTS) followed by the
Picture FIFO Depth Count.
O
Chroma Ratio
The Chrominance format for the video within the transport
stream.
P
Video Rate
The rate (in Mbps) of the video within the transport stream.
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Fast Facts 4
The Fast Facts 4 screen displays information relating to audio information. There are two
columns of information displayed, one column for the first audio program, and the other
column for the second audio program.
Field
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A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D
E
E
F
F
G
G
H
H
Name
Definition
A
Audio Locked
An indication of audio lock status for both audio programs.
If Yes, then the audio for the IRD is being received and locked.
If No, then the audio is not being received.
B
Audio Pid
The current Audio PID for both audio programs.
C
PCR Pid
The current PCR PID for both audio programs.
D
Type
The audio stream type: MPEG, AAC, AC3, etc.
E
Sample Rate
The sampling rate (in kHz) of both audio programs.
F
Audio Mix
The audio processing mode for both audio programs: Mono,
Stereo, Surround, etc.
G
Language Preference
The preferred language setting for both audio programs.
H
Language Status
The language status for both audio programs.
Diagnostics
Fast Facts 5 (10/100 Network)
The Fast Facts 5 screen displays information relating to the Ethernet port (lower RJ-45 port
on rear of IRD) configuration.
A
B
C
D
E
F
Field
DSR-4410MD
Name
Definition
A
Network Status
Provides the status of the 10/100 Ethernet port (e.g., Link
Down, Half Duplex, Full Duplex, and Link Unknown).
B
Address Type
The Address Type of the unit.
C
MAC Address
The MAC Address of the unit.
D
IP Address
The IP Address of the unit.
E
Subnet Mask
The Subnet Mask of the unit.
F
Gateway
The Gateway Address of the unit.
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Fast Facts 5 (Gigabit Ethernet)
The Fast Facts 5 (Gigabit Ethernet) screen displays information relating to Gigabit
Ethernet port (upper RJ-45 port on rear of IRD) configuration.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
Field
78
Name
Definition
A
Network Status
Provides the status of the GiGE Ethernet (e.g., Link Down, Half
Duplex, Full Duplex, and Link Unknown).
B
MAC Address
MAC Address of the GiGE Ethernet.
C
IP Address
IP address of the GiGE Ethernet.
D
Subnet Mask
Subnet mask of the GiGE Ethernet.
E
Gateway
Gateway of the GiGE Ethernet.
F
Dest IP Address
Destination IP address.
G
Dest Port
Destination port.
H
Output Mode
Displays the output mode for the GiGE Ethernet port.
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DSR-4530 Specifications
RF
Input Frequency Range
950 to 2150 MHz
Input RF Level
-25 to -65 dBm
RF Port Impedance
75 Ohms
RF Port Return Loss
8 dB minimum
Port-to-Port Isolation
40 dB minimum
Video
DSR-4530
Frequency Response
±0.9 dB (1 kHz to 4.2 MHz) NTSC
±0.9 dB (1 kHz to 4.8 MHz) PAL
+0/1.5 dB (4.8 MHz to 5.5 MHz) PAL
Video Level
1.0V p-p ± 10%
Chrominance-Luminance Delay
Inequality
±40 nsec
Differential Gain
4.5% p-p maximum (10% to 90% APL)
Differential Phase
4.5% p-p maximum (10% to 90% APL)
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9
Transmission Standard
DigiCipher Symbol Rates
3.25, 4.88, 7.32, 9.76, 11.71, 14.63, 19.51,
and 29.27 Msps discrete steps
DigiCipher Code Rates
5/11, 1/2, 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6, and 7/8
8PSK-Turbo FEC Rates
2/3(1.92), 3/4(2.05), 3/4(2.11), 3/4(2.19),
5/6(2.30), and 8/9(2.40)
DVB-S2 FEC Rates
3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 8/9, and 9/10
Audio
Output Level
+16.0 dBm ±1.0 dB into 600 Ohms,
attenuation adjustable (0 to -15 dB)
Frequency Response
± 1.0 dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Total Harmonic Distortion
1.25 dB pp or better at 1 kHz RE: +10 dBm,
20 Hz to 20 kHz
S/N
85 dB or better at 1 kHz RE: +16 dBm,
measured at 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Isolation
80 dB, 1 kHz
Mono Level Balance
≤0.75 dB typical
Note: Audio and data connectors may be ordered through Phoenix Contact part
numbers 1840447 / 1840528.
IP Data Rate (DSM-CC)
IP Data Rate
45 Mbps
Electrical
80
Power Requirements
90 to 250 VAC, 47/63 Hz, 40 W
LNB Power Supply
19 to 21 V minimum, 480 mA loaded
DSR-4530 Specifications
Connectors
RF In
F-type (Qty 8)
AUX Video In
BNC (Qty 1)
Video Out
BNC (Qty 1)
OSD Video Out
BNC (Qty 1)
Alarm
Screw terminal (Qty 1)
Cue Tone (Labeled: Q+ and Q-)
Screw terminal (Qty 1)
Audio In
Screw terminal (Qty 1)
Audio Out
Screw terminal (Qty 2)
ISOC Data
Screw terminal (Qty 1)
Contact Closure (Labeled: Relay 1, 2, and 3)
Screw terminal (Qty 3)
ASI In
BNC connector (Qty 1)
ASI Out
BNC connector (Qty 1)
Mechanical
DSR-4530
Dimensions
H
W
D
3.1"
(4.4 cm)
19.0"
(48.3 cm)
20.50" (52 cm)
Weight
12 lbs.
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Caring for the Environment by
Recycling
When you see this symbol on a Motorola product,
do not dispose of the product with residential or
commercial waste.
Recycling your Motorola Equipment
Please do not dispose of this product with your residential or
commercial waste. Some countries or regions, such as the
European Union, have set up systems to collect and recycle
electrical and electronic waste items. Contact your local authorities
for information about practices established for your region. If
collection systems are not available, call Motorola Customer
Service for assistance.
Beskyttelse af miljøet med genbrug Genbrug af dit Motorola-udstyr
Når du ser dette symbol på et Motorola-produkt,
må produktet ikke bortskaffes sammen med
husholdningsaffald eller erhvervsaffald.
Dette produkt må ikke bortskaffes sammen med husholdningsaffald eller erhvervsaffald. Nogle
lande eller områder, f.eks. EU, har oprettet systemer til indsamling og genbrug af elektriske og
elektroniske affaldsprodukter. Kontakt de lokale myndigheder for oplysninger om gældende
fremgangsmåder i dit område. Hvis der ikke findes tilgængelige indsamlingssystemer, kan du
kontakte Motorola Kundeservice.
Umweltschutz durch Recycling
Recycling bei Geräten von Motorola
Bitte entsorgen Sie dieses Produkt nicht als gewöhnlichen Haus- oder Büromüll. In einigen
Ländern und Gebieten, z. B. in der Europäischen Union, wurden Systeme für die Rücknahme und
Wiederverwertung von Elektroschrott eingeführt. Erkundigen Sie sich bitte bei Ihrer Stadt- oder
Kreisverwaltung nach der geltenden Entsorgungspraxis. Falls bei Ihnen noch kein Abfuhr- oder
Rücknahmesystem besteht, wenden Sie sich bitte an den Kundendienst von Motorola.
Wenn Sie dieses Zeichen auf einem Produkt von
Motorola sehen, entsorgen Sie das Produkt bitte
nicht als gewöhnlichen Haus- oder Büromüll.
Cuidar el medio ambiente mediante Reciclaje de su equipo Motorola
No deseche este producto junto con sus residuos residenciales o comerciales. Algunos países o
el reciclaje
Cuando vea este símbolo en un producto
Motorola, no lo deseche junto con residuos
residenciales o comerciales.
Recyclage pour le respect de
l'environnement
Lorsque vous voyez ce symbole sur un produit
Motorola, ne le jetez pas avec vos ordures
ménagères ou vos rebuts d'entreprise.
Milieubewust recycleren
Als u dit symbool op een Motorola-product ziet,
gooi het dan niet bij het huishoudelijk afval of het
bedrijfsafval.
DbaáoĞü o Ğrodowisko - recykling
Produktów Motorola oznaczonych tym symbolem
nie naleĪy wyrzucaü do komunalnych
pojemników na Ğmieci.
Cuidando do meio ambiente
através da reciclagem
Quando você ver este símbolo em um produto
Motorola, não descarte o produto junto com lixo
residencial ou comercial.
regiones, tales como la Unión Europea, han organizado sistemas para recoger y reciclar
desechos eléctricos y electrónicos. Comuníquese con las autoridades locales para obtener
información acerca de las prácticas vigentes en su región. Si no existen sistemas de recolección
disponibles, solicite asistencia llamando el Servicio al Cliente de Motorola.
Recyclage de votre équipement Motorola
Veuillez ne pas jeter ce produit avec vos ordures ménagères ou vos rebuts d'entreprise. Certains
pays ou certaines régions comme l'Union Européenne ont mis en place des systèmes de collecte
et de recyclage des produits électriques et électroniques mis au rebut. Veuillez contacter vos
autorités locales pour vous informer des pratiques instaurées dans votre region. Si aucun
système de collecte n'est disponible, veuillez appeler le Service clientèle de Motorola qui vous
apportera son assistance.
Uw Motorola-materiaal recycleren.
Gooi dit product niet bij het huishoudelijk afval het of bedrijfsafval. In sommige landen of regio's
zoals de Europese Unie, zijn er bepaalde systemen om elektrische of elektronische
afvalproducten in te zamelen en te recycleren. Neem contact op met de plaatselijke overheid
voor informatie over de geldende regels in uw regio. Indien er geen systemen bestaan, neemt u
contact op met de klantendienst van Motorola.
Recykling posiadanego sprzĊtu Motorola
Produktu nie naleĪy wyrzucaü do komunalnych pojemników na Ğmieci. W niektórych krajach i
regionach, np. w Unii Europejskiej, istnieją systemy zbierania i recyklingu sprzĊtu elektrycznego
i elektronicznego. Informacje o utylizacji tego rodzaju odpadów naleĪy uzyskaü od wáadz
lokalnych. JeĞli w danym regionie nie istnieją systemy zbierania odpadów elektrycznych i
elektronicznych, informacje o utylizacji naleĪy uzyskaü od biura obsáugi klienta firmy Motorola
(Motorola Customer Service).
Reciclagem do seu equipamento Motorola
Não descarte este produto junto com o lixo residencial ou comercial. Alguns países ou regiões,
tais como a União Européia, criaram sistemas para colecionar e reciclar produtos eletroeletrônicos. Para obter informações sobre as práticas estabelecidas para sua região, entre em
contato com as autoridades locais. Se não houver sistemas de coleta disponíveis, entre em
contato com o Serviço ao Cliente da Motorola para obter assistência.
Var rädd om miljön genom
återvinning
När du ser den här symbolen på en av Motorolas
produkter ska du inte kasta produkten
tillsammans med det vanliga avfallet.
Återvinning av din Motorola-utrustning
Kasta inte denna produkt tillsammans med det vanliga avfallet. Vissa länder eller regioner, som
t.ex. EU, har satt upp ett system för insamling och återvinning av el- och elektronikavfall.
Kontakta dina lokala myndigheter för information om vilka regler som gäller i din region. Om det
inte finns något insamlingssystem ska du kontakta Motorolas kundtjänst för hjälp.
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