HTT 102 - Stasanet
HTT 102
HDMI to DVB-T
Encoder Modulator
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................ 12
1.1 Product Overview................................................................................................................... 12
1.2 Appearance and Description .................................................................................................. 12
1.3 System Diagram...................................................................................................................... 12
1.4 Characteristics ........................................................................................................................ 13
2. Installation Guide and Safety Instructions ................................................................................... 13
2.1 Safety Instructions.................................................................................................................. 13
2.2 Installation.............................................................................................................................. 14
3. Operation ..................................................................................................................................... 15
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1. SPECIFICATIONS
1.1 Product Overview
HTT 112 encoder & modulator allows audio/video signal input in TV distributions with
applications in home entertainment, surveillance control, hotel Digital Signage, shops etc.
It is an all-in-one device integrating MPEG4 AVC/H.264 encoding and DVB-T modulating to
convert input signals to DVB-T RF out.
The signals source could be from satellite receivers, closed-circuit television cameras, Blue-ray
players, and antenna etc. its output signal is to be received by DVB-T standard TVs or DVB-T
STBs etc.
1.2 Appearance and Description
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RF in: RF Loop-through input (10dB attenuation)
RF out: RF output to distribute modulated signal (138,5-862 MHz, 71~91 dBµV)
USB input: for software upgrading.
HDMI: HDMI stream input supporting HD signals.
DC 12V: power input.
Grounding: to connect the earth cable.
Air ventilation.
1.3 System Diagram
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1.4 Characteristics
HDMI Encoding Section
Encoding
Interface
H.264 MP@L 3.0/3.1/4.0
HDMI*1
Input
Video
Audio
Resolution
Output
480i@59.94/60FPS
480p@30FPS
576i@50FPS
576p@25FPS
720p@50/59.94/60FPS
720p@50/59.94/60FPS
1080i@50FPS
1080p@25FPS
1080i@59.94/60FPS
1080p@30FPS
1080p@59.94/60FPS
1080p@30FPS
Aspect Ratio
16:9, 5:4
Bit rate
1.000~18.000 Mbps
Encoding
MPEGI layer 2, MPEG-2 AAC
Sample rate
48KHz
Bit rate
64, 96,128, 192, 256, 320kbps
DVB-T Modulator Section
Standard
Bandwidth
DVB-T COFDM
6M, 7M, 8M
Constellation
QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM,
Code rate
1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8.
Guard Interval
1/32, 1/16, 1/8, 1/4
Transmission Mode:
2K, 8K
MER
≥32dB
RF frequency
142.5~858 MHz, 1KHz step
RF output level
-14 ~ +6dBm (94 ~ 114 dBµV), 0.1dB step
System
Management
LCD + Keyboard
Language
English
LCN Insertion
Yes
Upgrade
USB
General
Power supply
DC 12V
Packing dimensions
183*146*204mm
Weight
< 1kg
Operation Temperature
0 ~ 45 C
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2. Installation Guide and Safety Instructions
2.1 Safety Instructions
WARNING: To prevent fire or electrical shock, do not expose the device to rain or moisture.
The encoder modulator is powered with a voltage of 12V DC. The power supply voltage
must not exceed the recommended voltage, which otherwise may cause irreparable damage
to the device and the invalidation of the warranty. Therefore:
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Do not replace power supply with a voltage greater than 12V DC.
Do not connect the device to the power if the power cord is damaged.
Do not plug the device into mains supply until all cables have been connected correctly.
Do not cut the cord.
Avoid placing the device next to central heating components and in areas of high
humidity.
Do not cover the device with elements that obstruct the ventilation slots.
If the encoder modulator has been kept in cold conditions for a long time, keep it in a warm
room minimum 2 hours before plugging into the mains.
Mount the device in vertical position with the connectors located on the top side.
When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement
parts specified by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics as the original part.
Unauthorized substitutes may result in fire, electric shock or other hazards.
Safety check- Upon completion of any service or repairs to this device, ask the service
technician to perform safety checks to determine that the device is in proper condition.
2.2 Installation
RISK OF damage to the unit
Mechanically handling the unit may result in damage. Do not connect the unit to the power
supply before or during assembly. Connect the unit as below instructed.
1. Mount and tighten the screws and
plugs to secure the unit to the wall.
Left 10 cm of free space around from
each unit.
2. Connect the signal input in the respective connectors. The signal source can be from a
surveillance monitor, DVD, set-top box, CCTV and etc.
3. Optionally, connect the
loop-through RF input
coaxial cable.
4. Connect cable to RF output to
STB/TV.
5.
Power supply connection: a) Connect the earth cable; b) Connect the power plug to the
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unit mains connector; c) Connect the power plug to the mains socket.
Cascade Installation
HTT Home unit has 1 TV signal to RF output encoded as DVB-T Digital TV signal.
Several HTT Home units can be
cascaded in order to increase the
capacity. To cascade 2 or more units,
connect the RF output of the
preceding unit to the TV input
(loop-through) of the next unit (see
right illustration).
3. Operation
HTT HOME is controlled and managed through the key board and LCD display.
LCD Display – It presents the selected menu and the parameter settings. The backlight in the
display is on when the power is applied.
LED – These lights indicate the working status
 Power: It lights on when the power supply is connected.
 Alarm: It lights on when there is error, such as the signal source loss.
 Lock: It lights on when the signal source connected and goes off when the signal lose.
Left/Right/Up/Down buttons – Use these buttons to turn the screen pages, shift the target
items by moving the triangle, or change the parameter settings in the program mode.
Enter – Use this button to enter a submenu or save a new setting after adjustment; press it to
start adjusting the value of certain items when the corresponding underline flash with Up and
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Down buttons;
Press it to activate the hidden selections and change the setting with Up and Down (or Left
and Right) buttons.
Menu – Press this button to step back
Lock – Locking the screen / cancelling the lock state, and entering the main menu after the
initialization of the device. After pressing lock key, the system will question the users to save
present setting or not. If not, the LCD will display the current configuration state.
When the power is connected, the LCD will start to initialize the program. The LCD menu goes
as below chart.
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1) DVB-T: modulating standard; XX.XXX M: the current output frequency; U: symbol of the
USB disk insertion; 1080i: video resolution of signal source; X.XX Mbps: the current encoding
bit rate
2) Alarm Status: For example, if the signal cable disconnected, it will display Video 1 Not Lock
under this menu.
3) Uptime: It displays the working time duration of the device. It times upon power on.
4) Encoder parameters: Video in Status: User can view the video status under this menu.
Resolution: signal source resolution (read only). Video Bit rate: adjust in the range of 1.000 ~
18.000 Mbps. Audio Bit rate: Select audio bit rate among 64, 96, 128, 256, 320Kbps. Audio
Format: Select audio format among MPEG2, MPEG2-AAC.
5) Stream: User can view or adjust TSID (Transport Stream ID), ONID (original Network ID),
Network ID, Network Name, Provider Name, Program Number, LCN (Logical Channel Number),
PMT PID, Video PID an Audio PID after enter this menu.
6) Country: User can select default configuration, Australian or New Zealand configuration.
7) Channel: User can choose the output frequency channel under this submenu.
8) Bit Rate: User can read the current modulation bit rate and the maximum bit rate.
9) RF Frequency: Adjust it at range of 142,5 to 858 MHz. Set it according your regional
situation or inquire your local services.
10) Bandwidth: Select among 6M, 7M and 8M.
11) Constellation: DVB-T modulator contains 3 constellation modes: 64QAM, QPSK and
16QAM.
12) FEC: Forward Error Correction rate. It contains 1/2, 2/3, ¾, 5/6 and 7/8.
13) FFT (Transmission Mode): Select between 2K and 8K.
14) Guard Interval: Select among 1/32, 1/16, 1/8 and 1/4.
15) RF Level: Adjust in a range of -14 ÷ +6dBm.
 NOTE: The different combination of bandwidth, constellation, guard interval and code
rate (FEC) will form a different output code rate. Please refer to appendix table 1.
16) Save Config: Yes or No, to save or give up the adjustment of setting.
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17) Load Saved CFG: Yes/No-to load/ not to load the saved configuration.
18) Factory Reset: Yes/No-choose/not choose the factory’s default configuration.
19) LCD Time out: A time limit that LCD will light off. Choose among 5s, 10s, 45s, 60s, 90s and
120s (seconds).
20) Key Password: User can set a 6-digital password used to unlock the keyboard.
21) Lock Keyboard: Choose Yes to lock the keyboard, then the keyboard cannot be applicable.
It is required to input the password to unlock the key board. This operation is one-off. (If
forgetting your password, please use the universal code “005599”).
22) Product ID: User can view the serial number of this device. It is read-only and unique.
23) Version: It displays the software version of this device.
Appendix
Modulation
Constellation
QPSK
16QAM
64QAM
FEC
1/2
2/3
3/4
5/6
7/8
1/2
2/3
3/4
5/6
7/8
1/2
2/3
3/4
5/6
7/8
6MHz Bandwidth
7MHz Bandwidth
8MHz Bandwidth
Guard Interval
Guard Interval
Guard Interval
1/4
1/8
1/16
1/32
1/4
1/8
1/16
1/32
1/4
1/8
1/16
The weak ability of error-correcting and anti-interference in this area
6.03
5.80
6.45
6.83
7.03
6.64
7.37
7.81
6.22
6.58
6.78
6.53
7.25
7.68
7.91
7.46
8.29
8.78
6.22
6.91
7.31
7.54
7.25
8.06
8.53
8.79
8.29
9.22
9.76
6.53
7.25
7.68
7.91
7.62
8.46
8.96
9.23
8.71
9.68
10.25
7.46
8.29
8.78
9.04
8.70
9.67 10.24 10.55
9.95 11.06 11.71
9.95 11.05 11.70 12.06 11.61 12.90 13.66 14.07 13.27 14.75 15.61
11.19 12.44 13.17 13.57 13.06 14.51 15.36 15.83 14.93 16.59 17.56
12.44 13.82 14.63 15.08 14.51 16.12 17.07 17.59 16.59 18.43 19.52
13.06 14.51 15.36 15.83 15.24 16.93 17.93 18.47 17.42 19.35 20.49
11.19 12.44 13.17 13.57 13.06 14.51 15.36 15.83 14.93 16.59 17.56
14.92 16.58 17.56 18.09 17.41 19.35 20.49 21.11 19.91 22.12 23.42
16.79 18.66 19.76 20.35 19.59 21.77 23.05 23.75 22.39 24.88 26.35
18.66 20.73 21.95 22.62 21.77 24.19 25.61 26.39 24.88 27.65 29.27
19.59 21.77 23.05 23.75 22.86 25.40 26.89 27.71 26.13 29.03 30.74
1/32
6.03
8.04
9.05
10.05
10.56
12.06
16.09
18.10
20.11
21.11
18.10
24.13
27.14
30.16
31.67
Table 1 Channel output maximum capacity in Mbps
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Fagor Electrónica, S.Coop.
San Andrés, s/n E-20500 Mopndragón (Spain)
Tel: +34 943 71 25 26 Fax: +34 943 71 28 93
rf.sales@fagorelectronica.es
www.fagorelectronica.com
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