Selenio SEL-2DEM1-RFES Dual Channel DVB

Selenio SEL-2DEM1-RFES Dual Channel DVB
Installation and Operation Manual
SelenioTM
SEL‐2DEM1‐RFES
Dual‐Channel DVB‐S/S2 Demodulator
Edition B
175‐100500‐00
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Contents
Preface ..........................................................................................................................v
Manual Information .......................................................................................................v
Purpose ......................................................................................................................v
Audience ....................................................................................................................v
Revision History ..........................................................................................................v
Writing Conventions .................................................................................................. vi
Obtaining Documents ................................................................................................ vi
Unpacking/Shipping Information ................................................................................ vi
Unpacking a Product ................................................................................................. vi
Product Servicing ...................................................................................................... vii
Returning a Product .................................................................................................. vii
Safety Standards and Compliances ............................................................................ vii
Restriction on Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Compliance .......................................... vii
Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Compliance ........................ viii
Safety Terms and Symbols in this Manual ................................................................ viii
Installation, Operation, and Specifications ............................................. 1
Product Description ....................................................................................................... 1
Main Features ............................................................................................................ 1
Options ..................................................................................................................... 2
Front Module ................................................................................................................. 3
Failsafe DIP Switch ..................................................................................................... 3
Back Module and Signal Flow ...................................................................................... 4
Installing Selenio Modules ........................................................................................... 5
Removing Selenio Modules .......................................................................................... 6
Front Module ............................................................................................................ 6
Back Module ............................................................................................................. 7
Powering Up the Module ............................................................................................. 7
Upgrading Module Firmware ....................................................................................... 7
Inband Firmware Upgrading ...................................................................................... 7
Upgrade Failure Instructions .................................................................................... 18
Accessing MIBs ............................................................................................................ 19
Configuration Procedure ............................................................................................ 20
Step 1: Set RF Input (for Demod 1 and/or Demod 2) ................................................ 20
Step 2: Connect the Transport Stream Input ............................................................ 21
Step 3: Set the Transport Stream Output ................................................................. 22
SEL-2DEM1-RFES Parameters ..................................................................................... 24
Demodulation ......................................................................................................... 24
Demodulators 1 and 2 ................................................................................................ 24
General ................................................................................................................... 24
Status ........................................................................................................................... 26
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General ......................................................................................................................... 26
IP Input ......................................................................................................................... 27
Data Eth Protection .................................................................................................. 27
Active Interface ........................................................................................................ 28
EXT IP 1 and 2 ......................................................................................................... 28
Transport Stream Input 1 and 2 .................................................................................. 30
Input Programs 1 and 2 (Table) ................................................................................ 30
Primary Source and Alternate Source ....................................................................... 30
Primary Input and Alternate Input ............................................................................ 31
Status ...................................................................................................................... 31
ASI Status ................................................................................................................ 32
Transport Stream Output ............................................................................................ 33
Decrypt 1 and 2 ....................................................................................................... 33
Status ...................................................................................................................... 35
IP Encapsulation 1 and 2 ............................................................................................. 36
Transmit Configuration ............................................................................................ 36
Transmit Status ........................................................................................................ 39
Control .......................................................................................................................... 39
IP LAN A and B ........................................................................................................ 39
Miscellaneous .............................................................................................................. 41
General .................................................................................................................... 41
Conditional Access ................................................................................................... 42
Inband Firmware Upgrade ........................................................................................ 44
Alarms .......................................................................................................................... 46
Specifications ............................................................................................................... 50
ASI Input Specifications ............................................................................................ 50
ASI Output Specifications ......................................................................................... 51
RF Input .................................................................................................................. 51
BISS Data ................................................................................................................. 51
CAM Card ............................................................................................................... 52
Power Consumption ................................................................................................ 52
Index ........................................................................................................................... 53
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Preface
Manual Information
Purpose
This manual details the features, installation, operation, maintenance, and specifications for
the SEL-2DEM1-RFES Dual-Channel DVB-S/S2 Demodulator.
Audience
This manual is written for engineers, technicians, and operators responsible for installation,
setup, maintenance, and/or operation of the SEL-2DEM1-RFES Dual-Channel DVB-S/S2
Demodulator.
Revision History
Table P-1. Revision History of Manual
Edition
Date
Comments
A
March 2014
Initial release
B
September 2014
New 2.0 features: BISS-1/E decryption, DVB-S2 Multi
Service Filtering, Advanced Modulation, IP Input,
Transport Stream Input Redundancy, CAM redundancy
and cascade, Inverted ASI input support, and Multiservice
Decryption
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Writing Conventions
To enhance your understanding, the authors of this manual have adhered to the following
text conventions:
Table P-2. Writing Conventions
Term or Convention
Description
Bold
Indicates dialog boxes, property sheets, fields, buttons, check
boxes, list boxes, combo boxes, menus, submenus, windows,
lists, and selection names
Italics
Indicates E-mail addresses, the names of books or publications,
and the first instances of new terms and specialized words that
need emphasis
CAPS
Indicates a specific key on the keyboard, such as ENTER, TAB,
CTRL, ALT, or DELETE
Code
Indicates variables or command-line entries, such as a DOS entry
or something you type into a field
>
Indicates the direction of navigation through a hierarchy of
menus and windows
hyperlink
Indicates a jump to another location within the electronic
document or elsewhere
Internet address
Indicates a jump to a website or URL
Note
Indicates important information that helps to avoid and
troubleshoot problems
Obtaining Documents
Product support documents can be viewed or downloaded from our website. Alternatively,
contact your Customer Service representative to request a document.
Unpacking/Shipping Information
Unpacking a Product
This product was carefully inspected, tested, and calibrated before shipment to ensure years
of stable and trouble-free service.
1
Check equipment for any visible damage that may have occurred during transit.
2
Confirm that you have received all items listed on the packing list.
3
Contact your dealer if any item on the packing list is missing.
4
Contact the carrier if any item is damaged.
5
Remove all packaging material from the product and its associated components before you
install the unit.
Keep at least one set of original packaging, in the event that you need to return a product
for servicing.
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Product Servicing
Except for firmware upgrades, SEL-2DEM1-RFES modules are not designed for field
servicing. All hardware upgrades, modifications, or repairs require you to return the
modules to the Customer Service center.
Returning a Product
In the unlikely event that your product fails to operate properly, please contact Customer
Service to obtain a Return Authorization (RA) number, and then send the unit back for
servicing.
Keep at least one set of original packaging in the event that a product needs to be returned
for service. If the original package is not available, you can supply your own packaging as
long as it meets the following criteria:

The packaging must be able to withstand the product’s weight.

The product must be held rigid within the packaging.

There must be at least 2 in. (5 cm) of space between the product and the container.

The corners of the product must be protected.
Ship products back to us for servicing prepaid and, if possible, in the original packaging
material. If the product is still within the warranty period, we will return the product prepaid
after servicing.
Safety Standards and Compliances
The Selenio series safety manual is shipped in the Imagine Communications Infrastructure
and Networking Documentation and Product Resources DVD, and can be downloaded from
our website.
Restriction on Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Compliance
Directive 2011/65/EU (ROHS 2)—commonly known as the European Union (EU) Restriction
on Hazardous Substances (RoHS)—sets limits on the use of certain substances found in
electrical and electronic equipment. The intent of this legislation is to reduce the amount of
hazardous chemicals that may leach out of landfill sites or otherwise contaminate the
environment during end-of-life recycling. The Directive, which took effect on July 1, 2006,
refers to the following hazardous substances:

Lead (Pb)
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Mercury (Hg)

Cadmium (Cd)

Hexavalent Chromium (Cr-VI)

Polybrominated Biphenyls (PBB)

Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDE)
According to this EU Directive, all products sold in the European Union will be fully
RoHS-compliant and “lead-free.” (See our website for more information on dates and
deadlines for compliance.) Spare parts supplied for the repair and upgrade of equipment
sold before July 1, 2006 are exempt from the legislation. Equipment that complies with the
EU directive will be marked with a RoHS-compliant emblem, as shown in Figure P-1.
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Figure P-1. RoHS Compliance Emblem
Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Compliance
The European Union (EU) Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste from Electrical and Electronic
Equipment (WEEE) deals with the collection, treatment, recovery, and recycling of electrical
and electronic waste products. The objective of the WEEE Directive is to assign the
responsibility for the disposal of associated hazardous waste to either the producers or users
of these products. As of August 13, 2005, the producers or users of these products were
required to recycle electrical and electronic equipment at end of its useful life, and may not
dispose of the equipment in landfills or by using other unapproved methods. (Some EU
member states may have different deadlines.)
In accordance with this EU Directive, companies selling electric or electronic devices in the
EU will affix labels indicating that such products must be properly recycled. (See our website
for more information on dates and deadlines for compliance.) Contact your local Sales
representative for information on returning these products for recycling. Equipment that
complies with the EU directive will be marked with a WEEE-compliant emblem, as shown in
Figure P-2.
Figure P-2. WEEE Compliance Emblem
Safety Terms and Symbols in this Manual
This product manual uses the following safety terms and symbols to identify certain
conditions or practices. See the Safety Instructions and Standards Manual for more
information.
WARNING
Statements identifying conditions or practices that may result in personal injury or loss of
life. High voltage is present.
CAUTION
Statements identifying conditions or practices that can result in damage to the equipment
or other property.
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Installation, Operation, and
Specifications
Product Description
The Selenio SEL-2DEM1-RFES is a Dual-Channel DVB-S/S2 Demodulator with four RF receiver
inputs, ASI inputs and outputs, and two available CAM slots. The SEL-2DEM1-RFES is
available as a separate module for Selenio MCP3 frames, or as part of the Selenio MCP1
SEL-FR1-NA-DM-NA frame package. When used in the MCP1 frame package, the CAM slots
are accessed through the front panel; in MCP3 applications, CAM slots are located on the
card-edge of the SEL-2DEM1-RFES.
Main Features
The SEL-2DEM1-RFES includes the following features:

Two independent demodulators supporting DVB-S and DVB-S2 transmission standards

Four external F-type RF interface ports (typically L-Band Horizontal Main, Vertical Main,
Horizontal Backup and Vertical Backup)

Four external HD-BNC ASI interface ports (two in and two out)

Two IP inputs using UDP or RTP protocols and SMPTE-2022 error protection

Internal Interfaces for control:

Selenio Control Ethernet

Selenio LLC

4-to-2 input RF switch functionality for selectively routing any RF input signal to either
demodulator

Support for the following schemes and options:

DVB-S (ETSI EN 300 421)


QPSK: 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8
DVB-S2 (ETSI EN 302 307)

QPSK: 1/2, 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6, 8/9, 9/10

QPSK: (Professional) 1/4, 1/3, 2/5

8PSK: 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 8/9, 9/10

16APSK: 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6, 8/9, 9/10

32APSK: 3/4, 4/5, 5/6, 8/9, 9/10

CCM

Normal Frame Length support

MIS (Multi Input Streams) reception
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Support for the following rates

1.0 - 45.0 Mbaud (QPSK, 8PSK DVB-S1, 8PSK DVB-S2 single-channel mode and
16APSK)

1.0 - 38.0 Mbaud (32APSK single port operation)

1.0 - 35.0 Mbaud (8PSK DVB-S2 dual-channel mode)

Auto-detection of standard and FEC rate

Demodulation Status



Carrier lock

DVB Standard

Modulation standard detection

Single or Multiple stream input detection

L-Band Frequency (MHz)

Received signal strength

Bit error/packet error Rate

Carrier-to-noise Ratio (CNR)

Transport stream rate

Signal-to-noise Ratio (Es/No[DVB-S2]), (Eb/No[DVB-S])
Transport Stream Processing

Transport stream PID filtering and program demultiplexing

Two optional external CAM interface ports

Filtered, decrypted and/or re-multiplexed transport stream available as ASI, CXN, or
IP outputs

BISS-1 or BISS-E descrambling
LNB Power & Band Selection

+13 VDC (vertical), +18 VDC (horizontal), or 0 VDC LNB power

22 KHz tone (LNB KU Band Select): Low Band = tone off, High Band = tone on
Options
Table 1. SEL-2DEM1-RFES Softkey Options
Product
Software Key Description
SELOPT-SK-DEM-CAM
DVB-S/S2 demodulator; enables one CAM slot (two licenses
are required to enable two CAM slots)
SELOPT-SK-DEM-BISS
DVB-S/S2 demodulator support for 1 BISS-1/E (two licenses are
required to enable two BISS channels)
SELOPT-SK-DEM-MSF
DVB-S/S2 demodulator support for Multi Service Filtering
SELOPT-SK-DEM-ADM
DVB-S/S2 demodulator support for 16 APSK or 32 APSK, single
channel
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Front Module
Figure 1. SEL-2DEM1-RFES Front Module (MCP3 Version Shown, CAM Cards Not Installed)
Failsafe DIP Switch
One user-configurable DIP switch is located on the front module of the SEL-2DEM1-RFES.
Do not make changes to the other DIP switches located on the board, as this action will
disable the product. See also page 18 for details.
Failsafe DIP Switch
Figure 2. DIP Switches
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Back Module and Signal Flow
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CONTROL
1
DATA
2
CONFIGURABLE
RF IN
ASI IN
3
ASI OUT
4
ASI IN/OUT
AUDIO IN
1
AUDIO OUT
ASI
IN
2
AUDIO IN/OUT
1
MISCELLANEOUS
ASI
OUT
2
SDI IN
SDI OUT
SDI Rx
SEL-2 DEM1- RFES
Demodulator
DEMOD
SDI Tx
Y
Figure 3. Selenio Color Scheme and Demodulator Back Module
Miscellaneous
EXT ASI IN 1
Transport
Stream Input
Transport Stream
Output
EXT RF IN 1
1
Decryption
1
Demodulator
IP LAN
EXT ASI OUT 1
EXT RF IN 2
1
IP Encapsulator 1
EXT RF IN 3
EXT RF IN 4
EXT IP
2
CXN
IP Encapsulator 2
IP Input
EXT IP
1
CXN
2
Transport
Stream Input
Transport Stream
Output
2
Decryption
2
EXT ASI IN 2
Figure 4. Selenio SEL-2DEM1-RFES Signal Flow
EXT ASI OUT 2
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Installing Selenio Modules
You can insert a Selenio module into a frame with the power supply turned on or off.
Follow this procedure:
1
Remove a blank back module from the frame, saving the blank back modules and their
captive screws for future configurations.
2
Attach the new back module to the empty slot, using the mounting screws provided.
Align the back module’s pin into the guide hole, and ensure that the EMI gaskets
separating the back modules remain in place during the installation. The EMI gaskets fit
tightly. To ease the installation of back modules, gradually press each back module into
place from the left side to the right side.
Align pin into
guide hole
Figure 5. Installing a Typical Back Module
3
Apply labels to the back module, if these are supplied separately.
4
Print out this page and write down the placement of the back modules in the diagram
below (back modules appear on the reverse side when viewed from the front).
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
Figure 6. Writing Space for Identifying Back Modules
CAUTION:
Do not mix and match back and front modules. The front module must mate with a
back module of the same product.
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Open the front panel and then slide the correct front modules into the slots that match the
back modules.
Note: It may be necessary to rotate the front support post to allow unrestricted access to
the targeted slot (see Figure 7). Ensure that the white extractor handle is at the top of the
module, facing outward, as the module is inserted.
6
Push the module until it seats properly, ensuring the edge of the module is flush with the
edge of the module guides, and the square extractor handle clicks into its slot.
7
Install the remaining back and front modules, make all of the necessary rear connections.
8
Gently install the (optional) CAM card, ensuring you do not damage the card-edge
connectors.
CAUTION:
To prevent overheating during frame operation, keep the front panel closed and all
back module slots covered.
Removing Selenio Modules
Front Module
To remove a front module from a Selenio frame, follow this procedure:
1
Open the front panel.
2
Grasp the extractor handle on the module, pulling down slightly.
3
Using the handle, slide the module out of its slot.
Extractor lock
1. Pull down
to unlock the
extractor.
2. Slide the
module out of
the slot.
Figure 7. Removing a Front Module
4
Close the front panel to ensure proper frame ventilation.
Flat support post
rotates for module
insertion and removal
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Back Module
To remove a back module from a Selenio frame, you must first remove the front module.
Then unscrew the back module, and pull it straight out. Cover the opening with a blank
back module to ensure proper frame ventilation.
Powering Up the Module
SEL-2DEM1-RFES modules are ready for use when their parameters appear in the Selenio UI.
The maximum power consumption of an SEL-2DEM1-RFES module is 40W. Selenio modules
are automatically powered up when they are inserted into a live (powered up) frame, and
whenever the frame is powered up.
Upgrading Module Firmware
This module supports inband firmware upgrades, in addition to providing the standard
Selenio upgrade capability.
To use the inband firmware upgrade capability, see the instructions below.
To use the standard method of performing firmware upgrades, consult the controller
section of the Selenio frame manual, and follow this path in the user interface to find the
appropriate parameters: Configuration > Frame Controller > Configuration tab >
Upgrade Firmware. In the unlikely event of an upgrade failure, see page 18.
Inband Firmware Upgrading
To create an inband firmware upgrade package, you will need the Selenio SDL upgrade
utility, and a Selenio MDX module in addition to the target SEL-2DEM1-RFES modules.
Note: The Selenio SDL upgrade utility is located in the base directory of the distribution CD.
The Selenio SDL upgrade utility is not interchangeable with the NetPlus SDL utility.
Follow these steps:
Step 1: Create the Upgrade Package
1
Launch the Selenio SDL application, select Create Upgrade Package, and then click on
Next.
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Figure 8. Selenio SDL Application Screen
2
Click Add, and using the Open dialog box, navigate to a directory containing Selenio
firmware upgrade images. Select an image and click Open.
Figure 9. Selecting an Appropriate Upgrade Image
The selected upgrade image information will populate the Create Upgrade Package
dialog contents.
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Figure 10. Creating an Upgrade

To add additional firmware images to the package, repeat steps 1 and 2 for each
module type.

To remove a module from an upgrade package, select the board type and click Delete.
Note: The Selenio SDL application will prevent creation of an upgrade package with a total
size greater than 200 MB.
3
Click Finish when all required firmware images have been added or removed, and use the
Save As dialog box to specify the location and name of the upgrade image file.
Note: Depending on the size and locations of the files used, the upgrade package creation
can take several minutes. For best performance, locate the upgrade files in the same PC as
the Selenio SDL application.
Step 2: Transfer the Upgrade Package
Upgrade packages are transmitted by the Selenio SDL application as an MPEG-2 transport
stream over UDP/IP. It is necessary to receive this stream in a device capable of UDP/IP
transport stream reception, and to multiplex the upgrade package stream with any other
content destined for the SEL-2DEM1-RFES module. The resulting combined transport
stream output can then be sent to the module.
Note: Connecting the Selenio SDL application IP output to the MDX IP input requires
connection to the MDX data Ethernet port.
Note: A PC must also be connected to the Data Ethernet port of the Selenio Frame.
Depending on network topology, a PC with dual IP (NIC) connections may be required.
Follow this procedure:
1
Launch the Selenio SDL application, select Transfer Upgrade Package, and then click
Next.
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Figure 11. SDL Application Screen
2
Using the Open dialog box, navigate to a directory containing a previously created upgrade
package, select the required package, and then click Open.
3
Verify the upgrade package contains the expected board types and versions, and note the
Package ID displayed on the Transfer Upgrade Package dialog box.
Figure 12. Selecting an Upgrade Package
4
Click Next.
The Transfer Upgrade Configuration dialog allows configuration of the IP address of the
upgrade package receiving MUX, and configuration of an optional remote unattended
upgrade schedule.
5
Enter the IP address and UDP port number to use as a destination for the upgrade package
transport stream generated by the Selenio SDL application (generally, this is a Multiplexer).
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Set the Transmit Repetition Rate, PID, and the rate at which the upgrade package
contents are sent from the Selenio SDL application.

The entire upgrade package is transmitted the number of times specified in the
Repetitions field. A repetition value of 0 will continuously transmit the upgrade
package until canceled.

The PID field value defines the PID containing the upgrade package contents in the
MPEG-2 transport stream generated by the Selenio SDL application. A unique PID value
must be specified for the PID field. Do not specify an “in use” PID value, as it could
interfere with proper operation of downstream equipment. The Selenio SDL utility also
generates ATSC STT (System Time Table) as part of its output stream on PID 8187.

The Rate Kbps field rate limits the upgrade package transmission rate to the selected
value. To ensure error free transmission to the receiving SEL-2DEM1-RFES, use a rate of
400 Kbps or less.
Select the desired upgrade operation.

To install an upgrade package and schedule an automatic upgrade select Send
Package, Send Activate Schedule, and any of the Region 1-10 values. For those
selected regions, select a future date for an upgrade to occur.

To install an upgrade package without scheduling an automatic upgrade, select Send
Package. Once the upgrade package has been received it can be manually activated
from the Selenio web GUI.
Note: Region Activate Schedule dates must be far enough in the future for the upgrade
package to be completely received by the SEL-2DEM1-RFES.
Activate Schedule(s) can also be sent for packages previously sent without an Activate
Schedule. In addition, new Activate schedules can supersede previously-sent Activate
Schedule(s), if the previous Reboot Schedule time has not already occurred.
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Figure 13. Transfer Upgrade Screen
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Press Start Download.
The Download Status bar indicates the current iteration and remaining transmit time.
Press Cancel Download at any time to abort the download package transmit.
Note: Canceled downloads must be restarted from the beginning. The Selenio SDL
application does not resume from the point that Cancel Download is activated.
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Step 3: Configure the Receiving Multiplexer for Transfer
1
Configure the multiplexer to combine the upgrade package stream with other output
streams by changing Function 1 to a Type value of Mux.
Figure 14. Function Map: Mux ASI Output
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Click IP LANs in the menu at the left to set a valid IP address.
Note: The Selenio SDL application Transfer Upgrade Configuration IP address must match
the IP address of the SEL-MDX2.
Figure 15. IP LANs: Primary IP Destination for IBU App
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Configure the SEL-MDX multiplexer for any non-upgrade package transport stream
operation.
a
Add new channels to MUX input 1
i.
Select Multiplexer 1.
ii. Click Add New Channel twice.
b
Make the following parameter settings: Function > Program, Source Type > CXN,
and Program Number > 1.
Figure 16. Selecting a Non-Upgrade Package Transport Stream Operation
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Configure the multiplexer to receive the upgrade package transport stream over IP.
a
In the menu on the top right corner, choose General from the pull down box.
b
Set the Inserted PID to a value that matches the Selenio SDL utility PID.
c
Set the Function to Program.
d
Select Ext-IP-VBR as the Source Type
e
In the Program Number field, select 0.
Figure 17. Configuring to Receive the Upgrade Package Transport Stream Over IP
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Configure the multiplexer to receive the upgrade package transport stream over IP.
a
From the menu on the top right corner, choose IP Source.
b
Set the Primary IP Port to match the Selenio SDL utility port number to receive the
upgrade package contents.
Figure 18. Configuring the Multiplexer to Receive the Upgrade Package Transport Stream
Over IP
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Step 4: Configure the Receiving SEL-2DEM1-RFES for Transfer
Follow this procedure:
1
In Misc > Inband Firmware Upgrade set the Download PID parameter.
This value must match the one set in the Transfer Upgrade Configuration PID field of the
SDL application. Setting this value to 0 disables reception of the firmware upgrade over
transport stream; values from 1 to 31 are reserved for MPEG data.
2
Set the Download Region ID of the system, using a value from 0 to 10.
When updating firmware in multiple systems, this value coordinates system upgrades by
region. A region can be any group of SEL-2DEM1-RFES modules that are to be upgraded at
the same time. If a value of 0 is used, the demodulator will not activate automatic
upgrades; instead, upgrades would be activated from the controller section of the Selenio
frame's user interface.
Note: A Download Region value must be set in all modules receiving the package to
coordinate system upgrades by region.
3
Using the Download Input Channel parameter, select TS Input 1 or 2 as a source that will
receive the in-band upgrade package.
4
The Include Download PID in Output parameter makes it possible for the Download
PID to be included in the SEL-2DEM1-RFES output. When the parameter is enabled,
downstream demodulators can also receive the IBU Package.
Note: The ATSC STT (System Time Table) will be output on PID 8187 when this parameter is
enabled in addition to the Download PID.
The Status parameters provide details about any inband firmware upgrade packages being
received by the module.

Download Status indicates if a download package is currently being received.

Download Progress indicates the percentage of the current download package
successfully received.
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Activate Status indicates if an upgrade schedule has been received.
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Activate Time indicates when that upgrade will occur.
Upgrade Failure Instructions
The SEL-2DEM1-RFES module includes one user-configurable DIP switch array (SW3). (See
page 3 for the DIP switch location). In normal operation, all four switches are in the Off
position. In the unlikely event of corrupted software, you may need to temporarily change
the setting of Switch 1 for the failsafe mode override. You would be alerted to this problem
if a System Recovery Upgrade Required fault was triggered after an upgrade, and the
module had finished rebooting.
If a System Recovery Upgrade Required fault is triggered, you should first try using the
alternate firmware (see Activating Alternate Firmware in the Selenio frame manual) and
then attempt the upgrade again. If this second attempt fails, follow these steps to activate
the failsafe mode:
1
Remove the module from the frame and then push Switch 1 to the On position (see
Figure 19 on page 19).
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Move switch 1 to the ON position for
failsafe operation
Figure 19. DIP Switch Setting for Failsafe Mode
2
Reinsert the module.
3
Install the new module software using the Selenio user interface.
4
Remove the module, and then return Switch 1 to the Off position.
5
Reinsert the module.
The module is now running the new software.
Accessing MIBs
MIB files for all modules can be downloaded directly from any Selenio frame. MIBs are
generated on a per-device basis. For example, if there are seven SEL-2DEM1-RFES modules
in a frame, only one of the seven 7 MIBs is required, assuming all of the modules are using
the same version of software. If the frame includes multiple modules of the same type, but
different software versions, the module with the latest version should be used to generate
the MIB.
If an older MIB is used with newer firmware (for example, an older version of firmware was
used instead of the latest firmware), the new parameters added to the new version will not
be available on the MIB, and thus, will not be accessible via the MIB.
Before downloading module MIBs, you must first download the InfrastructureNetwork.mib
file. Copy the following into a browser to access the InfrastructureNetwork.mib:
http://<IP address>/InfrastructureNetwork.mib
<IP address> is that of the primary controller in the frame
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Note: Selenio demodulators used in MCP1 frames do not have access to primary and
secondary controllers; the MCP1 uses only one controller.
Once any MIB file is downloaded from the frame, you should rename it immediately to
prevent overwriting.
To download a specific module MIB file, copy this line into a browser:
http://<IP address>/mib/slot<slot#>/snmp.mib
<IP address> is that of the primary controller in the frame
<slot#> is the slot in the frame, as seen from the front
Examples:
http://137.237.173.15/mib/slot0/snmp.mib
Accesses the controller MIB from frame 137.237.173.15.
http://137.237.173.15/mib/slot7/snmp.mib
Accesses the MIB for slot 7 from 137.237.173.15
Configuration Procedure
The input source type for the SEL-2DEM1-RFES can be RF, IP, CXN, or ASI. To configure the
module, first set the Transport Stream Input, and then make the necessary settings for
the selected input.
Step 1: Set RF Input (for Demod 1 and/or Demod 2)
Follow this procedure to tune a single or a multiple-program transport stream from a signal
entering the system through one of its four RF inputs:
1
Set the Source Parameter to one of the four external RF input sources (any of the four
input sources may be selected for either DEMOD 1 and/or DEMOD 2).
Note: DEMOD 2 has an additional input source (None), which disables the tuner and
inhibits alarm generation for DEMOD 2.
2
Set Local Oscillator to one of the Automatic modes, where it will detect the correct band
and local oscillator frequency for the entered input Frequency.
OR
Set the Local Oscillator to Manual and then enter a Local Oscillator Frequency value
that will be used to convert the input Frequency to its L-Band equivalent, where L-Band
frequency = |(Frequency - Local Oscillator Frequency)|.
3
Set the input Frequency.
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In automatic modes, L-Band, C-Band, or Ku-Band frequency ranges are accepted. In Local
Oscillator manual mode, the Frequency and Local Oscillator Frequency must combine
to form an L-Band frequency within the tuner input range (950 MHz <=L-Band <= 2150
MHz).
Note: The current L-Band frequency used by the tuner is reported by the Demod 1 or
Demod 2 L-Band Frequency parameter in the Status section.
4
Set the Symbol Rate.
5
Select the values for LNB Power, LNB Tone, BER Alarm Threshold, and EbNo Alarm
Threshold.
Note: When the same input Source is selected for DEMOD 1 and DEMOD 2, LNB Power
and LNB Tone will be configured from DEMOD 1.
6
Check the Carrier Locked field to confirm if the tuner is able to acquire the selected input
frequency at the specified symbol rate.
7
If the Carrier Locked parameter reports Not Locked, examine the Demod 1 or Demod 2
Status for information on the input status (the Rx Level and L-Band Frequency should
match the expected input).
Step 2: Connect the Transport Stream Input
1
To set the Transport Stream Input, follow: Transport Stream Input > TS Input 1 or TS
Input 2 > Source.
Note: If you choose ASI as a source, ASI 1 is only available to TS Input 1, and ASI 2 is only
available to TS Input 2. If you choose DEMOD as a source, DEMOD 1 is only available to TS
Input 1, and DEMOD 2 is only available to TS Input 2. The same pattern follows when
EXT IP1, EXT IP 2, CXN 1, and CXN 2 are selected as sources.
When a Transport Stream input has been successfully acquired the Input status will change
to Connected. Once connected, various transport stream status will become valid.
Transport Stream ID, Network ID, Original Network ID, and Network Name aid in
determining that the correct input transport stream has been acquired. Note that not all
fields may be present in all transport streams.
When an input source has been selected, you can examine any input programs present at
the elementary stream level, as well as indications of conditional access descriptors. To view
the transport stream input programs, click on Show Table for Input Programs 1 or Input
Programs 2.
The Input Programs 1 or Input Programs 2 tables also make it possible to select
programs for decryption processing and/or output filtering. Each table provides a button
labeled Select for Output/Decrypt Programs 1 or Select for Output/Decrypt
Programs 2. When this button is pushed, the highlighted program is “pushed” into the
Output/Decrypt Programs 1 or Output/Decrypt Programs 2 table with a None
operation and the Selected field will change to '*'. If pushed again, the highlighted
program will be removed from the Output/Decrypt Programs 1 or Output/Decrypt
Programs 2 table and the Selected field will change to ' '.
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Note: To select a program for decryption, it is necessary to change its Output/Decrypt
Programs 1 or Output/Decrypt Programs 2 tables to CAM or BISS. For details see
Table 3. Entries that are manually added to the Output/Decrypt Programs 1 or Output/
Decrypt Programs 2 tables (those not set using the Select for Decryption button) will
appear as selected in the Input Programs 1 or Input Programs 2 table, if those program
numbers are present in the input transport stream.
Note: If the Input status field reads Not Connected, there is no Transport Stream input and
the Input Programs x Table is empty. This does not affect the contents of the Output/
Decrypt Programs Table, which is persistent.
Step 3: Set the Transport Stream Output
Use this procedure to specify whether the module should pass through the entire
multi-program transport stream input, if it should extract one or more programs from the
input transport stream for output, and optionally to decrypt any of the selected input
programs.
Follow these steps to set the Transport Stream Output.
1
2
Select the Output Program Operation option:

Passthrough All specifies the entire input transport stream is to be passed to the
output without modification. No filtering or decryption takes place, and the contents of
the Output/Decrypt Programs 1 or Output/Decrypt Programs 2 tables are hidden.

No Filter indicates the entire transport stream is to pass through to the output.
Optionally, programs may be selected for decryption via the Transport Stream >
Output/Decrypt Programs 1 or 2 table. See Step 2.

Filter extracts only designated programs from the transport stream input. Optionally,
programs may be selected for decryption as in No Filter mode.
Configure Output/Decrypt Programs 1 or Output/Decrypt Programs 2 (Filter and No
Filter modes only).
Use the Output/Decrypt Programs 1 or 2 table to select programs for output (filtering) or
decryption. Press the Show Table button to view the table. The list of programs for output
filtering or decryption displays.
To add a new program entry, press the Add Program button. When you press New, an
entry is created with a highest unused number program with Operation None. Change
the program number and Operation to the desired input program and output operation.
You can delete an existing program entry with the Delete Program button by highlighting
the program number and then pressing Delete. The selected program is removed.
Note: In No Filter mode, it is not necessary to specify any Passthrough programs, as this
is implied. If decryption is required, Operation CAM or BISS must be selected.
The Output/Decrypt Programs 1 or Output/Decrypt Programs 2 tables may be
populated from the Transport Stream Input programs table. It is also possible to
configure the table manually as described here, or a mixed approach may be used. See
Step 2: Connect the Transport Stream Input on page 21 for more information.
3
Configure the stream's Output Rate.
In No Filter and Filter mode, an output transport stream rate must be specified. In
Passthrough All mode, the output rate is set to match the input transport stream rate.
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Check the output status.
The Decrypt 1 or 2 > ASI Status page shows the output transport stream packet count.
An incrementing TS Packets indicates output is being generated at the output rate. The
FIFO Overflow count indicates that output transport stream packets are being dropped.
An incrementing value may indicates that the output rate is set too low or that the input
stream contains bursts that exceed the system's ability to output at the given output rate.
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SEL-2DEM1-RFES Parameters
Demodulation
Advanced Modulation Standards
This parameter enables reception of 16APSK or 32APSK modulation standards. The default
setting (Disable) prevents reception of 16APSK or 32APSK modulation standards.
Note: Enabling this feature limits the SEL-DEM to a single RF tuner (DEMOD 1).
Demodulators 1 and 2
General
Source
This parameter sets the input source for the designated RF channel. Options are: None
(Demodulator 2 only), EXT RF1, EXT RF2, EXT RF3, EXT RF4.
The None setting disables alarms that otherwise might be triggered when a channel does
not have a valid input.
Frequency
Use this parameter to set the input frequency. The valid range is 0 to 99000 MHz.
Local Oscillator
This parameter sets the local oscillator frequency operation for the SEL-2DEM1-RFES
module. Options are: Automatic NA (North America), Automatic EUR (Europe), and
Manual. The Manual setting enables the Local Oscillator Frequency field. The
Automatic settings allow the input Frequency to be specified in L-Band (no LO), C-Band, or
Ku-Band ranges. The correct LO frequency for each automatic region will be applied to
arrive at the correct L-Band frequency.
The Automatic NA setting is appropriate for North American C and Ku-Band installations.
For an input frequency value in the L-Band range, the SEL-2DEM1-RFES assigns a Local
Oscillator Frequency of 0 Hz. A Local Oscillator Frequency of 5150 MHz is assigned for
C-Band, and 10750 MHz for Ku-Band.
The Automatic EU setting works in a similar way, except that the module assigns a Local
Oscillator Frequency of 0 MHz for L-Band, 9750 MHz for Ku-Band low and 10600 MHz
for Ku-Band high.
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When set to Manual frequency, the Local Oscillator Frequency value that you enter is
subtracted from the input frequency in the following way:
L-BandFreq = |Frequency - Local Oscillator Frequency|
In all cases, the L-Band Frequency status parameter displays the frequency that is currently
in use.
Note: In Manual mode, the Local Oscillator Frequency is applied to any input frequency.
Local Oscillator Frequency
This parameter is enabled when the Local Oscillator parameter is set to Manual. The value
entered here is subtracted from the input frequency in the following way:
L-BandFreq = |Frequency - Local Oscillator Frequency|
Note: When Local Oscillator is set to Manual, the Local Oscillator Frequency is applied
to any input frequency.
When Local Oscillator is set to one of its automatic modes, Local Oscillator Frequency is
a read-only status parameter indicating the calculated LO value in use.
Symbol Rate
Use this parameter to set the input RF symbol rate in kSym/S.
Multiple Input Stream Filter
This parameter enables or disables the multiple input filtering. Default setting is Disable.
Input Stream Identifier
This parameter selects the stream to use when multiple input filtering is enabled. The range
is 0 to 255.
Carrier Locked
This read-only parameter reports whether the designated channel is locked to the incoming
RF signal.
LNB Power
This parameter sets the voltage for powering a low-noise block downconverter. Options are
None (default), 13 VDC (vertical), and 18 VDC (horizontal).
LNB Tone
This parameter enables or disables the 22kHz low noise block tone. The default setting is
Disable (Ku low band).
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BER Alarm Threshold
Use this parameter to set the bit error rate threshold, at which point an alarm will be
triggered. Options are:

None (default)

3.0E-5

1.0E-5

3.0E-6

1.0E-6

3.0E-7

1.0E-7
EbNo Alarm Threshold
Use this parameter to set the threshold in dB, at which the energy per bit-to-noise power
spectral density ratio will trigger an alarm. This feature provides an early warning of input
signal loss.
Status
General
DVB Standard
This parameter indicates the DVB-S or DBB-S2 standard received.
Input Stream
This parameter reports whether the demodulator input is a Single, Multiple, or Unknown
stream (MIS).
Modulation Standard
This parameter indicates the received RF Constellation/Rate. Table 2 shows the possible
options.
Table 2. Modulation Standard Options
Unknown
QPSK7-8
8PSK3-4
16APSK 8-9
QPSK1-2
QPSK8-9
8PSK5-6
16APSK 9-10
QPSK3-5
QPSK9-10
8PSK 8-9
32APSK 3-4
QPSK2-3
QPSK1-4
8PSK 9-10
32APSK 4-5
QPSK3-4
QPSK1-3
16APSK 2-3
32APSK 5-6
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Table 2. Modulation Standard Options (Continued)
QPSK4-5
QPSK2-5
16APSK 3-4
32APSK 8-9
QPSK5-6
8PSK3-5
16APSK 4-5
32APSK 9-10
QPSK6-7
8PSK2-3
16APSK 5-6
L-Band Frequency
This parameter reports the current L-Band frequency in use, regardless of the Local
Oscillator setting.
Rx Level
This parameter reports the received RF level in dBM.
CNR
This parameter reports the incoming RF carrier-to-noise ratio in dB units.
BER
The RF bit error rate is reported by this parameter.
Eb/No
This parameter indicates the current Signal-to-noise Ratio (Es/No[DVB-S2]), (Eb/No[DVB-S]).
IP Input
Note: The demodulator does not support the same IP input source on both channels,
including unicast and multicast. The demodulator does not support external IP output to its
own IP input.
Data Eth Protection
When both Primary and Secondary data IP interfaces are available, the module can be
configured to automatically select between them. The Receive Data Eth Protection
parameter provides a switchover function, making it possible for you to choose Primary,
Secondary, or Automatic switchover protection. When set to Automatic, if a channel is
configured with both Primary and Secondary addresses on either the Primary or the
Alternate source, that channel will automatically switch from the Primary to the Secondary
source address on failure.
When set to Primary or Secondary, automatic failover will be disabled and the
corresponding interface will be selected.
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Active Interface
This read-only status parameter reports whether the Primary or Secondary data Ethernet is
active.
EXT IP 1 and 2
IP Jitter Delay
Use this field to set the desired nominal delay in milliseconds when the input is EXT IP. The
setting of the delay affects the demodulator's ability to absorb IP packet jitter. Setting the
value lower than the jitter can degrade the service. Setting it too high can cause higher
delay than necessary.
Primary and Secondary IP
Primary and Secondary VLAN ID
The Primary and Secondary VLAN ID should be set to the virtual LAN A or LAN B network
from which data should be received. VLAN configuration is achieved through the IP LAN
parameters (see page 39). The Selenio DEMOD supports Unicast or Multicast transmission
through the reconfiguration of the following parameters.
UNICAST OPERATION
Unicast traffic is directed to the IP address of a specific IP interface. For Unicast use, set the
parameters as described below:
Primary and Secondary Multicast Group
This address should be set to 0.0.0.0. The data is being sent to the IP address of the
interface corresponding to the VLAN ID of this destination.
Primary and Secondary IP Port
Use this parameter to set the UDP port number to which the data IP stream was sent.
MULTICAST OPERATION
Multicast traffic is received by subscribing to an IP multicast group address. For Multicast
use set the parameters as described below:
Primary and Secondary Multicast Group
This address should be set to the multicast IP group address to which the data is being sent.
The module will send out an IGMP multicast join message and respond to IGMP queries to
inform upstream network equipment that it wants to receive data sent to this group.
Network equipment that responds to these messages should only forward the subscribed
multicast traffic to the frame. (Some equipment may forward all multicast traffic.)
Primary and Secondary IP Port
Use this parameter to set the UDP port number to which the data IP stream was sent.
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Primary and Secondary Multicast Source 1, 2
Set one or both of the Multicast Source 1/2 values if the channel should only receive
interface IP data from specific multicast source IP addresses. The module will send the
source IP addresses in the IGMP join message and query response messages. This informs
upstream network equipment that it should only send the multicast traffic to the frame if it
comes from one of these source IP addresses.
Set the Multicast Source 1/2 values to 0.0.0.0 to receive traffic from any source sending
data to the configured group and port.
Note: If Multicast Source 1 and Multicast Source 2 are both configured with valid IP
addresses, both sources must not transmit to the DEMOD at the same time, otherwise the
received input will be an aggregate of both input streams.
Status IP
Received IP Rate
The Received IP Rate indicates the received IP data rate from the selected IP interface for
this channel, in Mbits/sec.
Primary and Secondary IP Packets
These parameters report the number of IP packets received on the data IP interface for each
channel.
Primary and Secondary IP Failure
The Primary and Secondary IP Failure parameters indicate a detected error condition on
either the primary or secondary IP channel input.
Corrected and Uncorrected Packet
If FEC is detected, the Corrected and Uncorrected Packets counters will indicate the
number of packets that were corrected by the FEC and the number of packets that could
not be corrected.
Delay Variation
The Delay Variation parameter reports the jitter delay observed in a CBR IP stream, in
msec.
IP Encapsulation
IP Encapsulation reports whether the stream received on this channel is carrying UDP or
RTP encapsulation.
TS Per IP
This read-only parameter indicates the number of transport stream packets received within
each IP packet.
Column FEC and Row FEC
Column FEC detects the presence of column forward error correction packets in this input;
Row FEC detects the presence of row forward error correction packets in this input.
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FEC Order - Rows, and FEC Period - Columns
FEC Order - Rows indicates the FEC order (number of rows, D, in a FEC block) detected in
the received channel. FEC Period - Columns indicates the FEC period (number of columns,
L, in a FEC block) detected in the received channel.
Transport Stream Input 1 and 2
Input Programs 1 and 2 (Table)
Click the Show Table button to configure the input transport stream table and confirm the
unit is receiving the expected content.
Input Elementary Streams 1 and 2 (Table)
Click this button to manually view the contents of the highlighted input program's PID and
stream information.
Selected
An asterisk (*) in the Selected column indicates a program is present in the Transport
Stream Output Decrypt Programs Table.
Program Number and Program Name
These read-only parameters show the input program number and name (if any).
Conditional Access
This read-only parameter indicates whether a CA descriptor is present for this input
program. Options are: Unknown, Present, or Not Present.
Select for Output/Decrypt Programs x Table
Click this button to make this program appear in one of the Output/Decrypt Programs x
tables. An asterisk then appears in the read-only Selected parameter. TS Input 1 follows to
Output Table 1.
Primary Source and Alternate Source
The Alternate Source provides a backup in the event of a loss of signal from the Primary
Source. The following inputs are available in both the Primary Source and Alternate
Source parameters:

Demod x

external EXT ASI x
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internal IP network (CXN x)
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external Ethernet (Ext IP x; requires Primary or Secondary IP address to be entered at
IP Encapsulation > IP Encapsulation 1 > Transmit Configuration)
Note: An input source of CXN or EXT IP will not be available to be selected as Secondary
if the Primary input source is CXN or EXT IP.
Related Conditional Access Parameters
In the event that the demodulator has switched to the Alternate Source, but the Primary
Source has become stable again, the value that is set in the Source Failback Selection
(Transport Stream Input > TS Input 1 or TS Input 2) determines whether the
demodulator should stay with the Alternate Source. Options are: the default Revertive
(return to the Primary Source) or Non-Revertive (remain with Alternate Source).
The Switching Delay parameter controls how long the module waits before switching to
either the Primary or Alternate Source. (You must first enable the Alternate Source
parameter). The range is between 0 and 10 seconds in 0.1 second increments.
The Restore Primary Source button manually forces the demodulator back to the Primary
Source. The Restore Primary Source button is only visible when the following events have
occurred:

The input has switched to Alternate Source.

Source Selection is set to Non-Revertive.

The Primary Source has become active again.
When the input selection has failed over to the Alternate Source, the Alternate Input
Running alarm is triggered.
Note: If the Alternate Source is enabled, and the Primary Source loses its signal, the
switch will occur even if the Alternate Source signal has failed.
If another transport stream protection is used (such as Data Eth Protection), the
recommended value of Switching Delay is more than 1 sec.
Primary Input and Alternate Input
The read-only Primary Input and Alternate Input parameters indicate whether a
transport stream is present at the Primary and Alternate inputs, respectively. Options are
Connected and Not Connected (default).
Status
Transport Stream ID
This parameter reports the input transport stream ID.
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Network ID
This parameter displays the network ID of the transport stream distributor if the information
is encoded in the stream by the sender.
Original Network ID
This parameter displays the input originating network ID if the information is encoded in the
stream by the sender.
Network Name
The Network Name parameter displays the network name in text form, if the information
is encoded in the stream by the sender.
Transport Stream Rate
This parameter reports the detected bit rate in Mbits/sec.
Transport Stream Errors
This parameter reports the detected transport stream error count.
Error Seconds
This parameter displays the errored seconds.
ASI Status
ASI x Loss of Signal
This read-only parameter indicates whether the ASI input is present. Possible values are:
Fault, No Fault, and Not Applicable.
ASI x Format
The type of ASI format is reported by this parameter. Possible values are: ASI-188, ASI-204,
and Unknown.
ASI x Errors
This parameter reports the accumulated ASI input error count.
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Transport Stream Output
The transport stream output controls which input programs are selected for output
(filtering), and whether any input programs are selected for decryption.
Decrypt 1 and 2
Output/Decrypt Programs 1 and 2 (Table)
These tables are used to select input program(s) for filter and or decryption processing. To
view the table click Show Table.
Program Number
Each row indicates an input program that has been selected for filtering or decryption
processing. You can create up to 32 unique programs in this table.
Operation
The Operation field selects the type of output/decryption operation. These Operation
options are affected by the various CAM routing selections located at Misc > Conditional
Access > CAM Routing (see Table 3 and page 43).
In the Operation parameter:

The Passthrough option indicates the program should be selected for output without
any further processing.

BISS indicates the input program is passed through BISS descrambling before being
sent to the output. In this case, the Clear Session Word (BISS-1) or Encrypted Session
Word/BISS Injected Identifier (BISS-E) must be set to valid values in order for decryption
to proceed.
The demodulator supports a separate clear session word (either derived from the
injected identifier/encrypted session word, or by direct entry of the clear session word)
for each program selected for decryption (up to the maximum number of decryptions
per demodulator).
The demodulator protects its injected identifier, encrypted session, and clear session
words. Although the values may be written, any attempts to read the value will return
an appropriately sized string filled with the “*” character.
Once an identifier has been injected, that value remains with the system. Loading a
stored configuration does not alter the decoder's injected identifier.

None indicates the input program has no operation and would not appear in the
output in Filter mode (see Output Program Operation on page 22).

The CAM option indicates the input program is passed through the CAM for
decryption before being sent to the output. When using the Inline Cascade Decrypt x
option (see Table 3), both CAM modules are associated with a single data path.
Routing individual programs to a specific CAM in the Inline Cascade Decrypt x
parameters can be achieved by selecting either CAM 1 or CAM 2.
To delete the value of a Clear Session Word, Encrypted Session Word, or BISS Injected
Identifier, delete the complete contents of the text box and press enter. To switch from
BISS-1 to BISS-E it may be necessary to first delete the Clear Session Word, as it has
precedence over the Encrypted Session Word.
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Table 3. CAM Routing Operational Limitations
CAM Routing Selection
Available Options in
Operation Decrypt 1
Independent




Redundant Decrypt 1




Redundant Decrypt 2



Available Options in
Operation Decrypt 2
Passthrough
BISS
CAM
None

Passthrough
BISS
CAM
None

Passthrough
BISS
None









Inline Cascade Decrypt 1





Inline Cascade Decrypt 2
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Passthrough
BISS
CAM 1
CAM 2
None
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Passthrough
BISS
None
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Passthrough
BISS
CAM
None
Passthrough
BISS
None
Passthrough
BISS
CAM
None
Passthrough
BISS
None
Passthrough
BISS
CAM 1
CAM 2
None
CAM Result
This read-only parameter Indicates whether a decrypted input program is successfully
descrambled. Possible values are: Unknown, Scrambled, Descrambled, and Error.
CAM 1 and CAM 2 Status
This read-only parameter reports the status of the input program CAM status (if decrypted).
Clear Session Word
This field provides a location for the input program BISS Clear Session Word.
Encrypted Session Word
This field provides a location for the input program BISS Encrypted Session Word.
Add Program
Click the New button to add a new program to the Output/Decrypt Programs table. A
new row will be added to the table with a Program Number of the current highest
program number + 1, and an Operation of None. Change the Program Number and
Operation fields to the desired input program and output operation.
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Delete Program
To remove a program from the Output/Decrypt Programs table, highlight the program
row to be removed, and then click on Delete Program.
Note: An input program may only appear once in a Output/Decrypt Programs Table. At
least one program row must always exist in the Decrypt Table.
Output Program Operation
This parameter sets the output filtering function. Options are Passthrough All (default),
No Filter, and Filter. When Filter or No Filter is selected, the Output/Decrypt Programs
1 and Output/Decrypt Programs 2 tables are used to select input programs for output
filtering and/or decryption.
Total TS Output Rate
This parameter sets the output transport stream rate in Mbits/sec. When Passthrough All
is selected, this parameter is read-only (and set to the input transport stream rate).
Include DVB PIDs in Output
This parameter is only visible when Output Program Operation is set to Filter. It enables
or disables DVB input PIDs in the output. DVB PIDs consist of PIDS 16 through 31 inclusive.
The default is Enable.
Unreferenced PIDs 1 to 4
These parameters are only visible when Output Program Operation is set to Filter. They
select an unreferenced PID that should be sent to the output. These parameters are not
visible when No Filter or Passthrough All are selected.
CAM 1 or 2 Status
This read-only parameter reports whether the CAM card is present.
CAM 1 or 2 Name
This read-only parameter displays the manufacturer and encryption type of the installed
CAM card.
Status
TS Packets
This parameter reports the number of transport stream packets generated on the output
interfaces.
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FIFO Overflow
The read-only FIFO Overflow parameter reports the number of dropped output transport
stream packets. An incrementing value triggers an Output Data Loss alarm which may
indicate a manually set output rate is too low.
IP Encapsulation 1 and 2
Note: The demodulator does not support external IP output to its own IP input.
Transmit Configuration
These parameters configure the IP transmit capabilities for the module.
Transmit Interface Select
Two options are available: Active Controller and Both. The Active Controller option
transmits the output stream to the primary destination when the primary system controller
is active (and only to the secondary destination when the secondary system controller is
active). In the Active Controller setting, the primary and secondary destinations can be the
same. When you select Both, the output stream is transmitted to both the primary and the
secondary destinations.
When redundant data IP interfaces are being used, an IP channel can be configured to
transmit on both the Primary and Secondary Data Ethernet interface (Both) or only on
the interface corresponding to the currently active controller (Active Controller). In either
case, both Primary and Secondary destination parameters should be configured.
Note: Selenio demodulators used in MCP1 frames do not have access to primary and
secondary controllers; the MCP1 uses only one controller. The selection of either Active
Controller or Both will enable the MCP1 interface.
Primary VLAN ID
This is the selection of which VLAN ID should be used when transmitting the Primary Data
IP stream. Two options are available: LAN A and LAN B. The actual VLAN ID is configured
through Control > IP LAN A or B parameters.
Selected Primary VLAN ID
This parameter reports the actual VLAN ID as set through the configured Control >IP LAN
A or B parameter.
Primary IP Address
This is the IP address of the destination to which the Primary Data Ethernet IP stream
should be sent. Depending on whether your traffic is Unicast or Multicast, you will make
different settings.
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To send Unicast IP Data:
This is the IP address of the destination to which the Primary Data Ethernet IP stream
should be sent. It should be either an IP address on the same subnet as the primary
interface corresponding to the VLAN ID of this source, or reachable through the router
configured as the gateway for the interface corresponding to the VLAN ID of this source.
To send Multicast IP Data:
This should be set to the Primary Data Ethernet multicast group IP address to which the
data should be sent. It should be in the range: 224.0.0.0 through 239.255.255.255. (Note,
however, that some addresses in this range are reserved.)
Primary Port
Use this field to set the UDP port number to which the Primary Data IP stream should be
sent. The following restrictions apply:
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The port number must be non-zero
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When FEC is being used, port numbers should be assigned on multiples of 8.
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Column FEC packets are sent on the configured port + 2
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Row FEC packets are sent on the configured port + 4
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When RTP headers are detected in the stream, the receiving channel collects all UDP
data on (port & ~0x7) to (port & ~0x7) + 7
Secondary VLAN ID
This is the selection of which VLAN ID should be used when transmitting Secondary Data IP
stream. Two options are available: LAN A and LAN B. The actual VLAN ID is configured
through Control >IP LAN A or B parameters.
Selected Secondary VLAN ID
This parameter reports the actual VLAN ID as set through the configured Control > IP LAN
A or B parameter.
Secondary IP Address
This is the IP address of the destination to which the Secondary Data Ethernet IP stream
should be sent.
Depending on whether your traffic is Unicast or Multicast, you will make different settings,
see Primary IP Address for unicast and multicast setup details.
Secondary Port
The UDP port number to which the Secondary Data IP stream should be sent.
FEC
IP traffic from Selenio modules can be encapsulated in UDP or RTP and protected with
SMPTE 2022 forward error correction. Options are:
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None-UDP - no FEC, send the traffic as transport stream packets on UDP.
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None-RTP - no FEC, send the traffic as transport stream packets on RTP over UDP. The
RTP header contains sequence numbers that allow for some error detection but no
correction.
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Low, Med, High - Send the stream with low, medium or high levels of forward error
correction. Increasing levels of protection allow more errors to be corrected but require
more overhead.
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Custom - Allow the customization of the FEC level using the Order and Period
parameters.
These options determine the mode of forward error correction (FEC) for the selected IP
virtual channel. This value applies to IP channels transmitting MPEG transport stream data,
generating RTP parity packets according to RFC 2733. This value should be set to
None-UDP or None-RTP for MPEG receivers and virtual channels configured for other
channel functions.
To enhance error recovery, parity packets can be computed on a repeating, conceptual grid
overlaid on the data packets. This grid has period columns (L) and order rows (D), as
described by Pro-MPEG Code of Practice #3, January 2003.
With forward error correction enabled, the correction packets are sent to, and received
from, a different port from the transport stream packets. The channel's transmit rate
includes only the transport stream data; error correction overhead (and IP overhead) must
be separately computed to determine the entire bandwidth for the video-on-IP stream.
In the MPEG data stream, each IP packet carries up to seven transport stream packets (as set
in the TS Packets Per IP parameter), possibly wrapped in additional protocols. Each FEC
parity packet carries error correction data for those transport stream packets. That FEC
payload rides in an Ethernet frame with a 14-byte header, carrying an IP packet with a
20-byte IP header, an 8-byte UDP header, a 12-byte RTP header, and a 16-byte FEC header.
None-UDP and None-RTP disable forward error correction for this virtual channel. The
Low setting is equivalent to generating 1 parity packet for every 16 data packets. Medium
is equivalent to generating 5 parity packets for every 40 data packets, and High is
equivalent to generating 20 parity packets for every 80 data packets.
FEC Order, Period, and Row
The FEC Order, Period, and Row parameters are visible when the FEC parameter is
enabled. The FEC Order for this virtual channel corresponds to the depth of the conceptual
grid used for forward error correction. Values are from 4 to 20. The FEC Period of 1 to 20
corresponds to the width of the conceptual grid used for forward error correction. Row
FEC can also be enabled, to be used in addition to Column FEC.
FEC Order (rows) sets the custom number of rows in the FEC grid. The lower the setting,
the more frequently column FEC packets are sent, and the higher the protection.
FEC Period (columns) sets the custom number of columns in the FEC grid. If row FEC is
enabled, the lower the setting, the more frequently row FEC packets are sent and the
higher the protection. The product of the order and period should not exceed 100.
FEC Row enables or disables the transmission of row FEC packets.
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TS Packets Per IP
Multiple transport stream packets can be packed into one IP packet / Ethernet Frame. This
sets the number of MPEG-2 transport stream packets packed into each IP packet. Setting
this to a high value increases the efficiency with which the data is sent. However, there may
be some increase in the jitter introduced into the transport stream arrival by using high
settings.
The value in this field (1 to 7) sets the number of transport stream packets per IP packet.
Typically, this value is set to its maximum, 7.
Type of Service
This parameter determines the value sent in the Type of Service byte in the IP header of
the Data Ethernet packets. The handling of the Type of Service byte in the IP header is
dependent on the network equipment. Some routers support differentiated services
prioritization specified by the DSCP field (RFC 2474). This can be configured by setting the
most significant six bits in the Type of Service value.
The Type Of Service octet in the IP header has vendor-specific meaning. It describes how
the datagram should be used (delay, precedence, reliability, minimum cost, throughput, and
so on). For information about the Type of Service settings, see the documentation of the
equipment with which you are interfacing. In the SEL-2DEM1-RFES, the Type of Service
range is expressed as a decimal (a range of 0 to 255). A binary-to-decimal conversion will be
necessary to select the correct number.
In normal use, the Type of Service byte is typically set to 0. However, with the rise of
Internet multimedia transmission, and the importance of standards such as Session
Initiation Protocol (SIP), use of the Type Of Service byte is becoming more common.
For further information about the standard, see RFC 1349, RFC 791, and more recently, RFC
2474.
Transmit Status
The Primary and Secondary Tx IP Rates indicate the IP data bit rate (in Mbits/second)
transmitted on the external IP interface associated with this channel. Primary and
Secondary IP Packets count the IP data bit packets transmitted on the external IP interface
associated with this channel.
Primary and Secondary IP Failure parameters indicate any fault condition associated with
transmitting on the data interface on this channel.
Control
IP LAN A and B
The Selenio MCP1 and MCP3 frames have separate Control and Data Ethernet jacks.
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The Data Ethernet jacks transmit compressed video streams to and from the modules in the
frame. The Primary external Data Ethernet jack connects to an Ethernet switch on the
video IP sub-module of the frame primary controller module. If the frame has two
Controller modules, it also supports a redundant Secondary Data Ethernet connection to
the IP sub-module on the secondary controller.
The MCP1 and MCP3 support traffic on virtual local area networks (VLANs) segregated by
tagging each Ethernet packet with a virtual network ID (in an 802.1Q header). The LAN A
and LAN B section configures both the logical Primary and Secondary Data Ethernet local
area network (LAN) interfaces.
Time to Live
Set the Time-to-Live (TTL) value for IP packets carrying an MPEG transport stream on the
selected VLAN. Each time a packet passes through a node, this number decreases. When
the TTL value decreases to 0 (without reaching the desired destination), the packet is
discarded. This avoids packets being continuously passed around in a loop due to a
misconfiguration of the network. The Time to Live range is 1 to 255 hops.
Primary and Secondary IP LANs
The Primary IP LAN is associated with the primary controller and its IP submodule (if
installed).
Similarly, the Secondary IP LAN is associated with the secondary controller and its IP
submodule (if installed). Secondary Data IP LAN settings provide redundancy for the Primary
settings (controller video IP submodules are required). The configuration for the secondary
(virtual) interfaces is similar to that for the primary interfaces. All LANs must be on different
subnets.
When making settings in the IP LAN table, ensure that you click the Apply button to save
your settings. In a frame with a second controller (with the data Ethernet switch daughter
card) the SEL-2DEM1-RFES module can receive and transmit on redundant primary and
secondary IP data links.
IP Address
The IP Address parameter provides the IP source address for data leaving the module and
the IP destination address for data being sent to the module. The IP address should be
unique on the VLAN associated with this interface. The primary and secondary interface IP
addresses should be unique and on separate subnets.
IP Mask
The IP Mask defines the subnet to which the IP address belongs. Any two IP addresses are
on the same subnet if they yield the same value when a bitwise AND is performed between
the address and the subnet mask.
IP Gateway
Set the IP Gateway to the IP address of the router. If the module is to transmit data to an IP
address that is on this interface's LAN or VLAN—but not on the same subnet as the IP
Address of this interface—the traffic will need to be directed through a layer 3 router. This
router must be on the interface's subnet. If all the traffic on the interface is within the
interface subnet, a router is not needed and the IP Gateway can be configured to 0.0.0.0.
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VLAN ID
On each physical link, IP interfaces can be configured for untagged network traffic (VLAN
ID is set to 0) and tagged virtual LAN network traffic (VLAN ID is set from 1 to 255). Only
one interface can remain untagged; all others must be assigned a unique number. The
SEL-2DEM1-RFES module supports logical interfaces on up to 2 different primary virtual
networks.
Note: Although SEL-DEM modules are capable of VLAN ID values of up to 4094, the
frame's controller may have a limit of 255. Check to confirm the limitation on your
controller. To use the Data IP LANs, the frame's controller module must have a Video IP
submodule installed.
Configure the interface VLAN ID to match the ID on the virtual network on which data is to
be received or transmitted. Set the VLAN ID to 0 to configure an interface for sending or
receiving untagged Ethernet traffic that is not on a virtual network. If VLANs are not being
used, configure LAN 1 to use VLAN ID 0 and IP address, subnet and gateway for the
interface.
Certain VLAN ID values are reserved and the range is restricted in some controller releases,
as follows:
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0 (Untagged Ethernet traffic.)
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1 (Traffic received with VLAN ID 1 will have the tag removed by the controller switch;
the modules will receive the data on the untagged (VLAN ID 0 LAN).
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4095 (Invalid)
VLAN ranges are 2-255 (sent to all modules with the VLAN tag as received) and 256 - 4094.
Controller firmware 1.x, 2.x: 256 - 4094 is blocked from all modules.
Controller firmware 3.x and above: 256 - 4094 are sent only to modules with interfaces
configured on those VLANs. The VLAN tag is sent to the modules as it was received.
Apply
When all of the interface parameters have been configured, click on the Apply button to
have the values take effect.
MAC Address
This read-only parameter indicates the factory-set MAC ID.
Miscellaneous
General
Name
Use the Name field to identify the module.
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Clear Status
This parameter clears the status parameter values of the SEL-2DEM1-RFES module.
Service Fault Alarm Priority
A Selenio frame can provide Service Redundancy. The Service Fault Alarm Priority is a
threshold for service redundancy switching, on a scale of 1 to 10 (default is None). The
module generates a fault if the Service Fault Alarm Priority parameter is enabled, and
any associated alarm is asserted to the controller with a priority that is equal to—or above
(higher value)—the setting. If the associated alarm priority is greater than or equal to 5, the
controller will switch interfaces immediately. Otherwise, it switches after the controller’s
Service Degrade Delay expires.
For example, the Connection Manager can connect two demodulators to one decoder, with
one primary and one backup. If the primary module detects an interface error, the
controller will switch to the backup. The demodulator triggers an interface fault that alerts
the controller to make the switch.
Module Fault Alarm Priority
Module Fault Alarm Priority sets the minimum alarm priority that will trigger a module
failover. The range is None to 10. When None is selected, the Selenio MCP1 or MCP3
frame provides no failover protection. This error indicates that internal software calibration
values have not been set or an internal LVDS data corruption has occurred. For more
information about Module Faults, see the MCP1 or MCP3 frame manuals.
ROM Version
ROM Version reports the software version of the module.
Conditional Access
To avoid damage to the CAM card edge connector, please use care when inserting or
removing a CAM module.
BISS Injected Identifier
Use this field to set the module’s BISS Injected Identifier.
When no BISS Mode E descrambling is desired, this value may be an empty string. To enable
BISS Mode E descrambling, set the identifier to a 14-character, hexadecimal string, such as
0a3b5c7d9e1f34, (upper-case and lower-case letters allowed). The injected identifier,
combined with the encrypted session word from the Output/Decrypt Programs table, lets
the demodulator derive the clear session word.
As an alternative, the clear session word may be entered directly into the Output/Decrypt
Programs table.
The demodulator supports a separate clear session word (either derived from the injected
identifier/encrypted session word, or by direct entry of the clear session word) for each
program selected for decryption (up to the maximum number of decryptions per
demodulator).
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The demodulator protects its injected identifier, encrypted session, and clear session words.
Although the values may be written, any attempts to read the value will return an
appropriately sized string filled with the “*” character.
Once an identifier has been injected, that value remains with the system. Loading a stored
configuration does not alter the decoder's injected identifier.
To delete the value of a Clear Session Word, Encrypted Session Word, or BISS Injected
Identifier, delete the complete contents of the text box and press enter. To switch from
BISS-1 to BISS-E it may be necessary to first delete the Clear Session Word, as it has
precedence over the Encrypted Session Word.
CAM Routing
Use this parameter to select the CAM input/output routing (seeTable 3 on page 34).
The Selenio Demod allows the decryption path to have independent, redundant, or
cascaded CAM operation.
When Independent CAM operation is used, each CAM data path is managed and routed
independently. With Redundant Decrypt 1 or 2 operation, the secondary CAM data path
is only available as a managed backup for the primary CAM data path. In this mode, the
second CAM can provide a backup in the event of a loss of signal from the first CAM.
If Inline Cascade Decrypt 1 or 2 is selected, data is routed through both CAM modules
from the same input Transport Stream, allowing greater decryption flexibility.
Based upon the selected CAM Routing option, the available decryption selections will vary.
For example, if Redundant Decrypt 1 is selected, the Decrypt 2 Operation selections will
be limited to Passthrough, BISS, and None.
Options are:
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Independent (default)
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Redundant Decrypt 1
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Redundant Decrypt 2
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Inline Cascade Decrypt 1
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Inline Cascade Decrypt 2
Current Source
This read-only parameter reports the current CAM selected. Possible values are: CAM 1
(default) and CAM 2.
Source Failback Selection
In the event that the demodulator has switched to the alternate CAM (CAM2), but the
primary CAM has become stable again, the Source Failback Selection parameter
determines whether the demodulator should stay with the redundant CAM. Options are:
Revertive (default; returns to the primary CAM), and Non-Revertive (remains with the
redundant CAM).
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Restore Primary Source
The Restore Primary Source button manually forces the demodulator back to the primary
CAM. This button is only visible when the input has switched to the alternate CAM (CAM2),
the Source Selection is set to Non-Revertive, and the primary CAM (CAM1) has been
restored. When the primary CAM has failed over to the alternate CAM, the CAM Module
Redundancy Alternate Running alarm will be triggered.
Note: If the redundant CAM is enabled and the primary CAM loses its signal, the switch will
occur even if the redundant CAM signal has failed.
Switching Delay
The Switching Delay parameter controls how long the module waits before it switches to
either the primary or redundant CAM. (You must first have selected Redundant Decrypt
x). The range is between 0 to 10 seconds in 0.1 second increments.
Inband Firmware Upgrade
This feature is described in full in Inband Firmware Upgrading on page 7.
Download PID
This value must match that set in the Selenio SDL application Transfer Upgrade
Configuration PID field. Setting this value to 0 disables reception of the firmware upgrade
over transport stream. Note: PID values from 1 to 31 are reserved for MPEG data.
Download Region
This parameter sets the region ID of the system, from 0 to 10.
When updating firmware in multiple systems, this value coordinates system upgrades by
region. A region can be any group of SEL-DEMs that are to be upgraded at the same time.
If a value of 0 is used, the demodulator will not activate automatic upgrades; instead,
upgrades are activated from the controller section of the Selenio frame’s user interface.
Note: A Download Region value must be set in all modules receiving the package to
coordinate system upgrades by region.
Download Input Channel
Select TS Input 1 or 2 as a source that contains the in-band upgrade package.
Include Download PID in Output
This parameter makes it possible for the Download PID to be included in the SEL-DEM
output. When enabled downstream demodulators can also receive the IBU Package. Note
that the ATSC STT (System Time Table) will be output on PID 8187 when this parameter is
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Status
These parameters report details about any inband firmware upgrades being received by the
module.
Download Status
This parameter indicates if a download package is currently being received.
Download Progress
This parameter indicates the percentage of the current download package successfully
received.
Download Package ID
This parameter shows a name for the download package.
Activate Status
This parameter indicates the module has received an upgrade schedule.
Activate Time
This parameter indicates when the upgrade is to occur.
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Alarms
The Fault/Data column has two types of information:
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Fault—Displays the fault name as it appears in the Faults list.

Data—Displays descriptive information that appears in the Data column of the Active
Faults and Faults and Events tabs to help pinpoint the source of the error.
The default Clear Delay and default Trigger Delay for all alarms is 0.0 seconds.
Fault/Data
Explanation
Default
Priority
Module Fault
10 (Major)
Calibration error:
 Serial number not set
 Invalid MAC Address
1 to 4
LVDS data corruption
An internal LVDS data corruption has occurred
10 (Major)
Firmware failed to start:
VIP
 FE
 CAM
 IBU
 DMUX
One or more of the required software
applications failed to start
10 (Major)
Configuration initialization failure
The configuration application has failed to
completely initialize more than 3 times.
Attempting recovery.
10 (Major)
Memory exhausted
The software could not allocate memory to
hold PMT information.
10 (Major)
Hardware Fault
The hardware failed to start correctly.
10 (Major)
Module temperature limit exceeded, shutting
down.
The internal module temperature has exceeded
70°C
10 (Major)
Module is nearing temperature limit, may
shutdown.
The internal module temperature has exceeded
65°C
10 (Major)
A duplicate program number was detected in
the Output/Decrypt Programs table
4 (Minor)
The reported RF standard exceeds the keyed
capabilities of the product
4 (Minor)
The demodulator hardware has not responded
for 2 seconds
8 (Major)
Software Fault

High Temperature
Configuration Error
Duplicate program number
DEMOD 1 or DEMOD 2 Feature Not Supported
RF 1 or RF 2
DEMOD RF Module Error
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Fault/Data
Explanation
Default
Priority
DEMOD 1 or DEMOD 2 RF Input Level Out of Range
RF 1 or RF 2
The RF receive level is outside of the normal
operating range of -79 to -9 dB
8 (Major)
The demod board is reporting an LNB short
8 (Major)
The received BER value is greater than the user
selection
5 (Minor)
The reported EbNo value is less than the menu
selection
5 (Minor)
The demod module is reported that RF is not
locked
7 (Major)
No ASI sync packets were detected
8 (Major)
An internal 8b10b decoding error has been
detected
4 (Minor)
The input transport stream is detected but the
data rate is zero.
8 (Major)
The secondary transport stream 1 input is no
longer detected
6 (Major)
DEMOD 1 or 2 LNB Short-Circuit Protection
RF 1 or RF 2
DEMOD 1 or 2 RF BER Exceeds Limit
RF 1 or RF 2
DEMOD 1 or 2 RF EbNo Exceeds Limit
RF 1 or RF 2
DEMOD 1 or 2 RF Not Locked
RF 1 or RF 2
EXT ASI 1 or 2 Loss of Signal
ASI sync loss
EXT ASI 1 or 2 Input 8b10b Error
ASI Rx error
Transport Stream 1 or 2 Lost
Transport stream not present
Transport Stream 1 or 2 Secondary Input Lost
Transport stream not present
Transport Stream 1 or 2 Alternate Input Running
Alternate input running
Transport stream 1 or 2 redundancy is now
running on the secondary input
4 (Minor)
Transport Stream 1 or 2 CC Error or PSI CRC Error
PMT PID table invalid ID
4 (Minor)
PMT number PIDS exceeds limit
PMT section length error
Invalid conditional access descriptor
Continuity counter error
CRC error
Packet buffer overflow
Packet header error
A CA descriptor PID was found but the decode
of the PID failed
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Fault/Data
Explanation
Default
Priority
Decrypt Feature Not Supported
CAM
A request to use the CAM, but the feature is
not supported
4 (Minor)
The requested program is not present in the
input stream
6 (Major)
Program Not Present In Input 1 or Input 2
Program requested not present in input
Decrypt 1 or 2 Encrypted Programs Exceeds Limit
CAM 1 or 2 only supports 12 programs
CAM decryption is limited to 12 programs
4 (Minor)
CAM Module 1 or 2 Error
CAM module 1 or 2 reporting an error
The internal CAM interface is reporting an error 8 (Major)
CAM Module 1 or 2 Unauthorized Program
Program is not authorized
The selected program is not successfully
decrypting
4 (Minor)
The CAM module is not physically inserted
8 (Major)
The CAM module data throughput rate has
been exceeded
6 (Major)
Indication VLANs have not been correctly
configured
6 (Major)
The internal IP Transmitter is reporting an issue
6 (Major)
CAM Module 1 or 2 Not Present
CAM module 1 or 2 not inserted
CAM Input Data Loss 1 or 2
Packet buffer overflow
IP LAN Configuration Error

Multiple “Primary” or “Secondary” LANs with
the same VLAN ID: <vlan id>

Duplicate subnets on <ip> VLAN <vlan id> and
<ip> VLAN <vlan id>
IP Transmit 1 or 2 Configuration Error
Primary and Secondary IP Ch <channel number>:
 None
 LAN interface not configured
 Invalid gateway configured
 No ARP response
 ICMP - No such host
 ICMP - Not listening on port
 ICMP - Host unreachable
 ICMP - Bandwidth exceeded
 ICMP - Packet too big
 ICMP - Wrong type of service
 ICMP - Time to live exceeded
 ICMP - Protocol error
 ICMP - Redirect to gateway
 FEC - block size out of range
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Fault/Data
Explanation
Default
Priority
IP Transmit Overflow
Primary IP: Transmit buffer overflow
The internal IP Transmitter is reporting an
overflow condition on the primary channel
Secondary IP: Transmit buffer overflow
The internal IP Transmitter is reporting an
overflow condition on the secondary channel
IP: RTP transmit buffer overflow
The internal IP Transmitter is reporting a RTP
overflow condition
IP: CXN bypass transmit buffer overflow
The internal IP Transmitter is reporting a CXN
overflow condition
4 (Minor)
IP Receive 1 or 2 Configuration Error
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Multiple Primary and Secondary LANs with the The internal IP Receiver is reporting an issue
same VLAN ID: <vlan id>
Duplicate subnets on <subnet> VLAN (VLID
%d) and <subnet> VLAN (VLID<vlan id>)
Multiple %s VLANs with the same VLAN ID:
<vlan id>
Multiple Primary and Secondary LANs with the
same VLAN ID: <vlan id>
Duplicate subnets on <subnet> VLAN (VLID
<vlan id>) and <subnet> VLAN (VLID <vlan id>)
6 (Major)
Primary and Secondary IP input:
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None
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LAN interface not configured
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Invalid multicast address
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Unstable source
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FEC - block size (period, order) too large
IP Receive 1 or 2 PCR PID Not Found
A PCR was not detected in the incoming IP
stream; the jitter removal mode “expected” a PCR
in the stream.
IP Receive Overflow
Primary IP: Receive buffer overflow
The internal IP Receiver is reporting an overflow
condition on the primary channel
Secondary IP: Receive buffer overflow
The internal IP Receiver is reporting an overflow
condition on the secondary channel
4 (Minor)
IP Receive Error
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Primary IP: Link Lost
Secondary IP: Link Lost
Primary IP: Errored packets received
Secondary IP: Errored packets received
IP receive: Uncorrectable errors
4 (Minor)
IP Receive Failover
IP receive failed to secondary interface
The IP input is reporting that it is no longer
8 (Major)
receiving data on the primary Ethernet interface
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Fault/Data
Explanation
Default
Priority
Output Data Loss 1 or 2
Packet buffer overflow
The ASI output data FIFO full indicates dropped
packets
6 (Major)
The module is running in failsafe mode
10 (Major)
An error was detected in the primary CAM data
path, the secondary CAM data path is now in
use
2 (Minor)
The primary transport stream 1 or 2 input is no
longer detected
6 (Major)
Module In Failsafe
Module is running in failsafe. Normal processing is
suspended.
CAM Module Redundancy Alternate Running
Alternate CAM running
Transport Stream 1 or 2 Primary Input Lost
Transport Stream not present
CXN Connection Not Supported
A CXN connection has been made that the
DEMOD module does not support.
Specifications
ASI Input Specifications
Table 4. ASI Input Specifications
Item
Specification
Number of Inputs
2
Standard
EN 50083-9
Connector
HD-BNC
Data Rate
0 to 210 Mbits/sec
Minimum Sensitivity
200 mV
Maximum Input Voltage
880 mV pk-to-pk
Return Loss
15 dB (5-270MHz)
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ASI Output Specifications
Table 5. ASI Output Specifications
Item
Specification
Number of Outputs
2
Standard
EN 50083-9
Connector
HD-BNC
Data Rate
0 to 210 Mbits/sec
Output Voltage
800 mV ±10% pk-to-pk
Clock Rate
270 MHz ±100 ppm
Deterministic Jitter
10% pk-to-pk
Random Jitter
8% pk-to-pk
Maximum Rise and Fall
Time
1.2 ns (20% to 80%)
RF Input
Table 6. RF Input Specifications
Item
Specification
Type
4x F-connectors - L-Band Satellite Inputs
Frequency Range
950 to 2150 MHz
Input Level
-20 to -60dBm (receive level measurement accuracy +/- 3 dBm)
Symbol Rate
1.0 - 45.0 Mbaud (QPSK, 8PSK DVB-S1, 8PSK DVB-S2 Single
Channel mode [future release] and 16APSK)
1.0 - 38.0 Mbaud (32APSK single port operation)
1.0 - 35.0 Mbaud (8PSK DVB-S2 Dual Channel mode)
Return Loss
9 dB typical * (950-2150 MHz)
* Return loss is specified directly at the back module F (female) connector and does not
include the (F-type) extension adapter that is provided.
BISS Data
Table 7. BISS Data Specification
Item
Specification
Data Rate
Maximum aggregate data rate of 108 Mb/sec per channel
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CAM Card
Table 8. CAM Card Specification
Item
Specification
Supported CAM Cards
Modules compliant with the CENELEC EN 50221 standard
Power Consumption
Table 9. Power Consumption Specification
Item
Specification
Module Power Consumption
40 W maximum
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Index
A
Advanced modulation standards 24
Alarms 46–50
Alternate source 30–31
ASI specifications 50
B
BER and EbNo alarms 26
BISS 33, 42–43
Block diagram 4
C
CAM option 31, 33–35, 42–44
Clear Session Word 33, 34, 43
Configuration procedure 20–23
Control and Data Ethernet ports 39–40
D
Data Ethernet protection 27
Data IP configuration 40
Decryption 30, 33
Demodulator parameters 24
DIP switch array 18
Download PID and Region 44
Firmware upgrades 7
Frequency 24
Front module illustration 3
I
Inband firmware upgrade 7, 44
Input
frequency and source 24
programs table 30
specifications 50
stream filtering 25
Installing modules 5
IP
encapsulation 36–39
jitter delay 28
LAN A and B configuration 39
primary and secondary LAN 40–41
transmit configuration error 48
transmit overflow alarm 49
L
L-Band frequency 27
LNB power and tone 25
Local oscillator 24–25
M
E
EMI gaskets 5
Encrypted Session Word 43
Events 46–50
Extractor handle 6
F
Failsafe
alarm 50
mode 18
Faults 46–50
FEC 37–38
FIFO Overflow 36
Filtering 25
MIB files 19
Modulation standards 26
Module
descriptions and types 2
fault alarm priority 42
in Failsafe alarm 50
installation 5
removal 6
Multicast IP data 37
Multicast operation 28
N
Name field 41
None-UDP/RTP 38
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O
Oscillator configuration 24
Output
configuration 33
specifications 51
Output Data Loss Alarm 36, 50
Output Decrypt Programs table 33–35, 42–43
P
Passthrough option 33, 35
PIDs 35, 44
Power consumption specification 7, 52
Powering up the module 7
Primary and alternate source 30–31
Primary data Ethernet IP 36–37
Product servicing vii
Q
Quick start 20–23
R
Shipping information vi
Signal flow diagram 4
Software upgrades 7
Source Failback Selection parameter 31, 43
Source parameter 24
Specifications 50–52
Stream filter and identifier 25
Switching Delay parameter 44
System Recovery Upgrade Required fault 18
T
Temperature alarms 46
Time-to-Live 40
Transmit
configuration and interface select 36
status 39
Transport stream
input 21
output 22–23
output rate 35
packets 39
Type of Service 39
Removing modules 6
Restore Primary Source button 44
Returning a product vii
Revision history of the manual v
RF input 20–21
configuration 20
specification 51
RoHS compliance vii
ROM Version 42
U
S
V
Safety
standards and compliances vii
terms and symbols viii
Secondary data IP 37
Service fault and redundancy alarm 42
Session Word 33, 34
VLAN 28, 36, 37, 41
UDP port number 37
Unicast
IP data 37
operation 28
Unpacking information vi
Unreferenced PID 35
Upgrading module firmware 7
W
WEEE compliance viii
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