User’s Guide
9600 IP
Set – Top – Box
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Be sure to read the user manual before starting the operation of the receiver.
Do not open the housing. The receiver contains high-voltage components and parts.
Even after switching off the receiver still contains high-voltage for a while.
Do not expose to rain or moisture.
Do not make objects or fluid enter the housing through the ventilation slot. If any spilt liquid
went into to the housing, unplug the power cord and call your local Service provider.
Do not place close to any heat source.
Do not press with hard or heavy object.
To protect possible malfunction by lighting, we recommend you to use power surge unit. Call
your local dealer for advice.
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Contens
1. Before Getting Started··································································································1
1.1 Main Features ······································································································· 1
1.2 Accessories ···········································································································2
2. Controls and Functions ······························································································3
2.1 Front Panel ··········································································································· 3
2.2 Rear Panel ··········································································································· 4
2.3 Remote Control Unit ······························································································· 5
3. Connections ··············································································································7
3.1 Connecting to the TV, VCR and Satellite Antenna ·························································7
3.2 Connecting DiSEqC switch ·······················································································7
3.3 Connecting to the TV, HiFi system ···············································································8
3.4 Connecting Smart Card module (Optional) ····································································8
4. Settings and Operations ·····························································································9
4.1 Installation ············································································································9
4.2 Viewing TV(or Radio) ······························································································19
4.3 Other Functions ···································································································25
4.4 System Settings ···································································································28
4.5 Recent Settings ·····································································································32
4.6 Automatic S/W update via Internet ················································································35
4.7 CA Information·······································································································37
5. Appendix ················································································································38
5.1 Troubleshooting ···································································································38
5.2 Specification ········································································································38
5.3 Glossary
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Before Getting Started
1.1 Main Features
. Easy Menu Function
. TV Guide Function
. RF Output Function
. Electronic Program Guide(EPG) for On Screen Channel Information
. Software Upgrading Function through RS-232C Cable by PC
. Perfect DiSEqC 1.0 for Various Antenna Systems
. Supports of Ku/C band, SCPC and MCPC
. Additional Audio Output Function for Connection to Hi-Fi Audio System
. Other Functions of Remote Controller, Receiving Level Selection, Channel Editing,
Menu Language Selection and Audio Selection
. Digital free-to-air Satellite Receiver
. NTSC & PAL Output Function
Regardless of the TV type, NTSC and PAL channels can be viewed by selection
When PAL channel is viewed on NTSC TV, small deletion on up & down sides of the screen may
occur and it is normal, as its conversion is managed by software. And darker color on the bottom
side of the screen may occur, when NTSC channel is viewed on PAL TV.
. 1200 Transponders and 3200 Channel Memory Function
. Teletext Supported
. Multi Language Function(Menu, Audio)
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Accessories
1.2 Accessories
User’s Guide
Batteries (AAA)
Remote Control Unit
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Controls and Functions
2.1 Front Panel
Turn the power on/off.
MENU
Shows the menu application.
OK
Select menu or value on menu item.
VOL◀▶
Control volume, change item on menu or input frequency value.
CH▼▲
Change channel, move menu, or input frequency value.
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Rear Panel
2.2 Rear Panel
IP Connection
Network interface
LNB IN
It receives signals from the LNB in the range of 950 ~ 2150MHz. Connect a satellite dish to DIGITAL
SATELLITE RECEIVER.
LOOP
It sends signal to another receiver.
AUDIO (R,L)
It provides stereo audio output. Connect the audio on TV to AUDIO with RCA cable.
VIDEO
It provides composite video output. Connect the Video on TV to VIDEO with RCA cable.
SPDIF
Output for connection to a digital amplifier.
RF IN
The signal supplied to this connector from a TV antenna will be sent to TV antenna output. Connect a
TV antenna to TV ANT IN.
RF OUT
It provides a modulated audio and video from the receiver. Connect the TV/VCR on TV to TV/VCR
with the RF cable.
VCR
It provides composite video and audio outputs. Connect the VCR scart on VCR(or Decoder) to VCR
with scart cable.
TV
It provides RGB video and Composite video. Connect the TV scart on TV to TV.
RS-232C DATA
It receives data by connecting to PC for software upgrading. Connect with RS-232C cable a PC and
receiver.
ON / OFF
The switch is to turn on or off the main power of the receiver mechanically.
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Controls and Functions
2.3 Remote Control Unit
Open the controller cover on the back and insert two batteries (AAA - 1.5V).
MUTE
Deactivate current sound.
POWER
Turn the power on/off.
Numeric(0~9)
Change channel or input frequency value.
CLEAR
Clear wrong number input or delete channel from TV (Radio)
list or favorite channel list.
TV/SAT
Select between TV Channels and Satellite
channels for RF output.
MENU
Shows the menu application.
EXIT
Exit from the menu.
GUIDE
Shows EPG [ELECTRONIC PROGRAM GUIDE]
FAV
Add TV or Radio channel to the favorite list on Edit
TV(Radio) Channels, or watch favorite channel from your
favorite list.
Channel ▲ ▼
Change channel, move menu, or input frequency value.
Volume ◀ ▶
Control volume, change item on menu or input frequency
value.
OK / LIST
Shows channel list, Select menu or value on menu item.
RECALL
It is to move to previous channel.
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Remote Control Unit
Page UP/DOWN
Move to previous/next page on TV(Radio),
Favorite Channels or Edit TV(Radio) Channels.
INFO
Shows the information of current channel.
Click the INFO button twice, EPG mode will be displayed. When pressed in channel list channels will
be sorted in alphabetical order A-Z
AUDIO
Select Stereo, Main or Sub from multi language channels available.
LANG
Select the audio language from 2 or more audio language channels available.
TEXT
Change to Teletext mode.
TV
Change to TV mode from radio channel.
RADIO
It is for fast change to radio mode from TV channel. Shows the current Radio program list.
SIZE
Select between standard 4:3 and wide 16:9 screen sizes.
RECENT
If you hope to show channel list which you watched TV channel list recently, you have to use this
function and may show channel list easily.
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Connections
3.1 Connecting to the TV, VCR and Satellite Antenna
It is not necessary to adjust power, as the product is of free - voltage (AC 110~220V )
1. Connect another scart cable from the TV on the satellite receiver to scart socket on the TV.
2. Connect the RF cable from the TV OUT on the satellite receiver to a TV. Connect an antenna to the
LNB socket on the VCR or other receiver and the RF modulate on the VCR and the TV ANT.IN.
3. Connect a cable of the satellite dish to the DIGITAL on the satellite receiver
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3.2 Connecting DiSEqC switch
If you have one antenna equipped with many LNBs or two antennas with one LNB on each, you need
a DiSEqC switch.
1. Connect the LNBs to a DiSEqC switch at first.
2. Connect the antenna cable to the OUT connector on the DiSEqC switch and connect the end of the
cable to the DIGITAL on the satellite receiver.
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Connecting to the TV, HiFi system
3.3 Connecting to the TV, HiFi system
1. Connect the RCA cable from the VIDEO INPUT on the TV to the VIDEO on the satellite receiver.
2. Connect a RCA stereo cable from the AUDIO RL on the satellite receiver to the AUDIO RL on the
HiFi system.
3.4 Connecting Smart Card module (Optional)
To get service of Xcrypt encrypted programs, subscribe a Xcrypt Smart card from program
provider. Insert Xcrypt smart card into slot for watching encrypted TV programs.
NOTE
Insert smart card into a smart card slot with facing IC upwards
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Settings And Operations
4.1 Installations
If it is the first time using a receiver, you should set parameters for system configuration.
Refer to the following section.
1. Turn on your TV and Satellite receiver.
2. Press the MENU button, main menu screen will appear as shown below.
1. Select Installation on the Main Menu.
To enter “Installation” password is required. The default password is “0000”.
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2. Select “Antenna Setting”
3. Select “LNB Power” . If LNB Power is independently supplied from outside source, set the LNB
Power OFF. Otherwise set it ON.
If DiSEqC 1.2 selects ON, you can set DiSEqC for slectected Satellite.
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Settings And Operations
4. Select correct name of Satellite. If there is no proper satellite name listed, select one from any of
USER1 ~ USER 20.
5. If you want to change the LNB type go to LNB TYPE and use ◄/► buttons to select the LNB
Frequency
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6. If only one antenna is in use, set DiSEqC mode to disable.
If more than 1 antenna According to the option and position of DiSEqC switch, select mini A, Mini B,
DiSEqC 1 ~ DiSEqC 4.
If the option AUTO is selected the receiver will select the correct position automatically.
7. If you have a DiSEqC 1.2 motorized system to control your satellite antenna you have to select ON
on DiSEqC 1.2
If DiSEaC1.2 sets ON, DiSEqC1.2 Settings menu will be active and you can set it up.
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Settings And Operations
8. If you are not using external LNB switch set 0/12V to disable
If you are using external LNB switch you can control it by selecting either 0V or 12V
9. Select Search Channels on the Antenna Setting; press OK, all the available Channels will be
searched automatically.
<Manual search>
1. Select manual search of the installation
2. Select correct name of Satellite. If there is no proper satellite name listed in the item, select one
from any of USER1 ~ USER 20.
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3. Move to desired TP with CH ▲▼ on the RCU. If there are no transponder data which you want,
move to Add New TP and press OK button.
4. Select the desired satellite. And input correct values of Frequency, Polarization and Symbol Rate.
Select the Polarization value as Hor of Ver. If you did not know accurate polarization value, select
“Auto” in the “Polarization”.
Once all the parameters are entered, Press “OK” on “Search channels” button to scan programs on
the TP.
If no any channels get scanned manually select the option advanced search Input proper Channel
name and input the values of Video PID, Audio PID and PCR PID. Then, press OK button from the
Add item.
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Settings And Operations
Encrypted or Scrambled channel is marked as “$” sign at the beginning of the channel name. After
successful completion of channel searching, move to TV channels or radio channels on MAIN MENU
to select currently received channels.
NOTE
Depending on certain TP or satellite, the Network Search function may not work.
Multi Sat. Search
To use the Multi Sat. Search function,
Move: MAIN menu -> Installation -> Channel Search -> Multi Sat. Search
Press OK button on “Select Sat.” mode. Press OK to choose the desired satellite
Press the RED button present in the RCU to scan the selected satellites.
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[ Network Search ]
Network search function is enable to search new TPs and all channels in all TPs.
* How to go” Network Search” menu :
Main menu -> Installation --> Channel Search --> Select Search Channels -> Choose “Network
Search” mode in the “Search Channels”.
<DiSEqC 1.2 Limit Settings>
If you have a DiSEqC 1.2 motorized system to control your satellite antenna you have to make the
following setting.
First, you must select ON on DiSEqC 1.2 of LNB Setting in the Setting.
< ☞ Please refer to the Setting section >
1. Move Antenna Settings menu.
Select DiSEqC 1.2 Limit Settings of the Antenna Setting
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Settings And Operations
2. Move West- East
3. Store Position –Save DiSEqC setting.
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4. Go to Position – Move DiSEqC position to be set by applicable satellite.
5. Go to Reference – Move to DiSEqC “0”
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Settings And Operations
4.2 Viewing TV(or Radio)
1. Press the Power button.
2. Press the TV(or Radio) button.
3. If you want to see all TV channel list, click the “OK” button and then select the TV Channel(or
Radio Channel). TV Channel (or Radio Channel) window will appear.
Press [◀] button on RCU, you will see current Satellite name box. Select any satellite in the satellite
name box, only the TV list of selected satellite will be displayed.
1. Press FAV key.
2. Select a CH ▲ ▼. To move to next or previous page, press PAGE UP/DOWN buttons on Favorite
TV(or Radio) List.
Edit TV Channels / Edit Radio Channels
From these menus you can see in the “installation” menu.
Press OK button from Edit TV List in the “installation” menu and similar screen will be shown as below.
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Viewing TV(or Radio)
Arrange channel
To change the channel orders from TV List, press OK button from your desired channel. Then you
should move to the desired number by pressing CH ▲ ▼, after then press OK button. Its orders will
be changed.
Delete channel
Press CLEAR button twice on the channel list for deletion.
Create favorite channel
Press FAV button on t your favorite channel, the channel will be moved to Favorite List box.
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Settings And Operations
Sort
Select SORT button in the “Edit TV List” screen.
You can select the order you want.
Lock Channel
Press F.BK button on the lock channel to prevent unauthorized access to these channels.
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Viewing TV(or Radio)
Edit Channel Name
Press OK button from Edit TV List or Edit Radio List in the “installation” menu.
1. Press INFO button on Edit TV or Edit Radio List.
2. Press OK button on the “Channel name” menu.
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3. To change character set (small letter, number), press INFO button.
To save the channel name, press MENU button.
To change the name of satellites, go to the “installation” on MAIN menu.
Select “Channel Search”, press INFO button.
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Viewing TV(or Radio)
Delete channel by SAT
Delete all channel of applicable satellite by satellite name.
Parental Control
You can protect your installed data and information by locking the menu. Channel lock allows you to
lock the channel with the password in order to prevent from accessing of the channel by your children
or some unauthorized person. Default password is 0000. This can be changes here.
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4.3 Other Functions
Audio Selection
If broadcasting channel is supporting multi language, different language can be selected from Audio
Selection.
1. To select different language on current channel, press LANG button on RCU.
2. Press OK button on your favorite language.
According to different audio data on each channel, different audio language
types can be selected.
TV Guide
Press GUIDE button of RCU for channel information. This function works in digital mode only.
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Other Functions
Teletext function
Pressing the TEXT button will open a Teletext page. Select teletext pages with the
numeric buttons on the RCU.
From Teletext Screen
CLEAR
Overlay background screen and teletext mode according to the following
order(transparency - Teletext only - Opacity)
INFO
Hold of current Teletext page
PAGE UP/DOWN
Move previous and next page in ten
CH UP/DOWN
Move previous and next page in one
FAV/TV/RADIO/F.BK/LANG/AUDIO
100/200/300/400/500/600 page level
0~9
Select Teletext page
EXIT
Exit teletext mode
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Settings And Operations
[ Screen Division Function ]
You can check other channels (still picture mode) while you are watching a specific alive channel with
this function.
1. In the full screen mode, press "F5” key in the Remote Control then you will get 4 divided pictures.
2. By pressing "VOL ◀ ▶" key, you can select a frame one by one.
Selected frame will provide you a live picture.
3. By pressing ”CH ▲ ▼ “ key, you can change the channel in the selected frame.
4. Press “Exit” key, then the function goes to the full screen mode.
5. If you press “OSD” key one more time in the No.1 stage above, you will have
13 divided pictures and operations are same as above.
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System Settings
4.4 System Settings
From these menus you can select “System Setting” on the Main Menu.
Language Setting
Use < > keys to select the desired language.
Audio language
Only if a current channel contains 2 or more audio language information, set the
Audio Language as English or other favorite language.
Menu Language
For menu language selection, select desired language from Menu Language of
system Settings.
Subtitle Mode
Subtitle is a printed version of the dialogue, narration, and/or sound effects of a TV program. Subtitle
will appear at either the top or bottom of the screen during.
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Settings And Operations
Subtitle Language
Please select the primary and secondary languages in your area.
* From these menus you can select System Setting on the Main Menu.
TV Standard
Except for a few, most countries are using PAL system for TV signal, accordingly set TV. Standard as
PAL. To be more flexible for NTSC or PAL signal from different satellites, select MULTI for automatic
signal conversion.
Time Adjustment
To set the receiver time for EPG (Electronic Program Guide), set the time according to GMT
(Greenwich Mean Time) by using CH ◀▶. If EPG in England is needed to set, adjust as 00:00. In
the case of Beijing, adjust as 08:00. If you want to set the time manually select the option GMT OFF
and set the time in TIME SETTINGS option.
Time Settings
Here you can set the time manually. Before the time is set manually remember to set the time
adjustment to GMT OFF.
Clock : set the local time.
Sleep Timer : set 10 ~ 240 minutes
On Timer : set the timer and the channel.
Off Timer : set the timer and the channel.
Time Adjustment
To set the receiver time for EPG(Electronic Program Guide), set the time according to
GMT(Greenwich Mean Time) by using CH ◀▶. If EPG in England is needed to set, adjust as 00:00.
In the case of Beijing, adjust as 08:00.
Time Settings
Clock : set the your local time.
Sleep Timer : set 10 ~ 240 minutes
On Timer : set the timer and the channel.
Off Timer : set the timer and the channel.
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System Settings
TV Aspect Ratio
Press SIZE button when you watch on TV or go to “System Setting” menu.
Select “TV Aspect Ratio” and you can change
You can change 4:3, 4:3Pan, 16:9Full or 16:9Pillar modes.
OSD/Screen Setting
CH to CH Selection
While you are changing the channel, it shows whether the blank screen or not.
Transparency
Adjust Transparency on the ODS(On Screen Display)
OSD Timeout
Set up OSD Timeout for hidden on / off TV List Timeout
TV List Timeout
Set up the TV channel list timeout for hidden on /off
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Settings And Operations
RF mode
If the satellite receiver is connected to the TV with a RF cable, you have to set the RF mode, which is
dependent on the country where the satellite is being used. Remove this sentence.
1. Select the accurate RF System type of country the satellite receiver is used.
2. Select the Channel No (Select a channel of RF output of TV set that you are using).
3. Select TV or SAT on the RF out.
S/W Version
Select S/W Version.
Copy Mode
You can choose Copy All, Copy Program, Copy Channel, Copy Key or Copy BGI modes.
Factory Default
You can choose All Information, Setting values or Searched Channels modes.
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4.5 Recent Setting
Recent List Setting
If you hope to show channel list which you watched TV channel list recently, you have to use this
function and may show channel list easily.
Press Main Menu and select System Settings
Select OSD/Screen Setting
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Select Recent List Setting and choose On or Off.
If you choose OFF and press recent key, you couldn’t show recent list and add channel list. However,
it is memorized channel list(disappear) before OFF setting
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Automatic S/W update via Internet
Function of Recent List
1. If you watch TV/Radio channel over 5minutes, automatically added Recently list.
The latest watching channel is located in high rank. If you watch TV channel in Recent List over 5
minutes, it is changed a high rank in Recent List automatically.
2. In Recent List, you can move curser and select channel. If you press Ok button, you can watch the
selected channel.
3. Button Clear Key : Delete selected channel in Recent List.
4. Button Red Key(F1 key): Delete all channel in Recent List.
Favorite Hot key
If you press Green Key(F2 key) when you are watching TV, selected channel is added Favorite Group
as below.
You can select Favorite Group to save.
Previously you added favorite channel list, you can show the message “This channel exist Favorite 1”
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as below.
4.6 Automatic S/W update via Internet
Software download and IP Settting. (your receiver should be connected
with Internet cable)
Auto Update Check
During booting, it will check updated software version on the server, and notice w
hether it needs to update or not.
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Network Information
DHCP : receive IP address automatically.
STATIC setting : setting fixed IP address use or not. Input IP address, Gateway and Subnet
Mask by RCU.
S/W Upgrade
S/W Version Check – Turn On/Off of automatic updated software check while boot-up.
Start Download – Update the latest software.
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Settings And Operations
4.7 CA Information (Optional)
It shows information of inserted smart card.
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Troubleshooting
5.1 Troubleshooting
SYMPTOM
No picture display and no LED channel display
SOLUTION
Check the power connection
No picture display with normal LED channel
display
1. Check the connection with TV
2. Check the connection between TV outside input and
receiver cable
No satellite channel with MAIN MENU screen on
1. Check the LNB, Frequency, Polarization and
Symbol Rate from Installation menu
2. Check the connection of receiver or Antenna Angle
No sound with normal screen display
1. Check between sound output connector and TV
2. Check if it is not in MUTE condition
Remote control unit does not work
Check if the batteries in remote control unit are Dead
5.2 Specification
LNB/Tuner
MPEG
VIDEO
Audio
General Data
RF input frequency
RF input level
LNB control
LNB power
LNB tone switch
Video
Audio
Resolution
Video output level
Aspect ratio
Frequency range
Sampling frequency
Frequency response
Audio output level
Supply voltage
Power consumption
Operating temp.
Storage temp.
Dimensions
Weight
950 to 2,150MHz
-65 to -25dBm
DiSEqC1.0/1.2
13V/18V(Max.400mA)
22KH±2KHz(0.6Vp-p)
MPEG-II Main Profile@Main Level
MPEG-II layer I&II
720×576
1Vp-p into 75
4:3, 16:9
20Hz to 20KHz
32/44.1/48KHz
20Hz to 20KHz Hi-Fi Quality Digital stereo
2V rms into 600
(100~240V AC, 50/60Hz)
25W(Standby 10W)
0℃ ~ 50℃
-40℃ ~65℃
300(W)×230(D)×64(H)mm
2.0Kg
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Appendix
5.3 Glossary
LNB
Low Noise Block converter. The LNB is an electronic unit mounted on satellite dish to receive signals
reflected by the dish and convert to signals.
L.O. frequency
Local Oscillator frequency as a part of LNB. It converts the satellite frequency to usable signals for the
receiver.
Polarization
Polarization allows several programs to be fitted into same frequency band.
Symbol Rate
Size of the digital package transmission
Parental Control
The function is to allow parents to lock channels for unsuitable viewers. A locked
program can only be unlocked with the password.
DVB
Digital Video Broadcast. International standard for digital TV broadcasting
MPEG
Moving Picture Experts Group, A system for compression of digital data
RF
Radio Frequency
EPG
Electronic Programming Guide. Program information is displayed on the TV screen,
depending upon the satellite condition.
MHz
Abbreviation for Megahertz. The prefix mega means million, and Hertz means cycles per second.
DiSEqC
Digital Satellite Equipment Control
NTSC
National Television Standards Committee
PAL
Phase Alternate Line
Ku band
11~18GHz Frequency
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Glossary
C band
3~4GHz Frequency
SCPC
Single Channel Per Carrier
MCPC
Multi Channel Per Carrier
PID
Packet Identifier.
TP
Transponder
SCART, RCA
A connector for connection of Satellite receiver, VCR and TV sets.
VCR
Video Cassette Recorder.
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