User Manual
User Manual
Thank you for choosing our encoder modulator.
Please read this manual carefully to install, use and maintain the encoder modulator in the best conditions of
performance. Keep this manual for future reference.
Directory
CHAPTER 1 Product Introductions ..........................................................................
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General Description ................................................................................................
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System Connection Chart ........................................................................................
2
Key Features ...........................................................................................................
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Technical Specifications ...........................................................................................
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CHAPTER 2 Safety Instruction and Installations ......................................................
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Safety Instructions ...................................................................................................
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Installations .............................................................................................................
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Cascade Installation ................................................................................................
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Download path: English→Tool→TS Creator xxx.rar ............................................... 7
Chapter 3 Operations of TS Creator Software .........................................................
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Installation ...............................................................................................................
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Operations of “Creator” ..........................................................................................
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File Management ..................................................................................................
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CHAPTER 4 Devices Operations and Management ...............................................
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Chapter 5 Operations of Record TS and Play TS through USB Disk .......................
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Chapter 6 Operations of Web-server ....................................................................
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Login ......................................................................................................................
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Operation ..............................................................................................................
20 Appendix
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CHAPTER 1 Product Introductions
General Description
NDS3558 series encoder & modulator is DEXIN’s consumer electronics which allow 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 MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 encoding and modulating to convert audio/video signals into
DVB-C/DVB-T/ATSC /ISDBT RF out.
The USB port is designed to record encoded video (TS) and save it in ts files in the USB Keys or Hard Disks, and then
the ts files can be playback through the USB port. The ts files can be also generated on a computer with DEXIN’s TS
Creator.exe program.
The signals source could be from satellite receivers, closed-circuit television cameras, Blue-ray players, antenna
and a USB key or Hard Disk etc. Its output signal is to be received by TV sets or STBs etc.
Grounding
HDMI in
RF cascade in
Power Supply
USB Port for video record,
playback and system upgrade
RF out to distribute
modulated signal
Ethernet port for
web management
YPbPr + S-Video + AV to VGA Adapter
For video & audio input
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LCD Window
Indicators
Control Buttons
Air Vent
System Connection Chart
NDS 3558 Encoder Modulator
M onitor
DVD
STB / IRD
Signal input
Encoder
Modulator
Combiner
RF out
Attenuation :
10 dB
TS
Camera
Closed Circuit TV
PC
RF in
SAT
TV + AV to the
distribution
network
Key Features

HDMI/YPbPr/S-Video/AV input for encoding

MPEG4 AVC/H264 HD/SD video encoding,

MPEG1 Layer II, MPEG2-AAC, MPEG4-AAC audio encoding optional

Record encoded TS and playback TS files (*.ts) through USB port

Transmission mode (FFT): 2K, 8K (applied in DVB-T modulation)

Enhanced USB function: more stable and compatible with Hard Disks and USB Keys of various brand

USB device error self-detection and removal, ensure USB device running uninterrupted

DVB-C/T/ASTC/ISDBT RF in one device, DVB-C/T/ASTC/ISDBT modulation dynamic switching

Easy operation with LCD + control buttons, and Web-server management
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Technical Specifications
Encoding Section
HDMI
Encoding
MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
H.264 Profile
High profile, main profile
H.264 Level
Level 3.0/3.1/ 3.2/ 4.0/4.1/4.2
Interface
HDMI*1
Resolution
1920*1080_60P,1920*1080_50P;
Bit rate
1.000~19.500 Mbps
Encoding
MPEG1 Layer II, MPEG2-AAC, MPEG4-AAC
Sample rate
48KHz
Bit rate
MPEG1 Layer II: 64, 96,128, 192, 256, 320, 384kbps
Video
Audio
YPbPr/CVBS/S-Video (with an adapter to VGA)
Encoding
MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
Interface
CVBS *1, YPbPr*1, S-Video*1
Resolution
CVBS & S-Video:
Bit rate
1.000~19.500 Mbps
Encoding
MPEG1 Layer II, MPEG2-AAC, MPEG4-AAC
Interface
1*Stereo /2*mono
Sample rate
48KHz
Bit rate
MPEG1 Layer II:
Video
Audio
Modulator Section
DVB-T
Standard
DVB-T COFDM
Bandwidth
6M, 7M, 8M
Constellation
QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM,
Code rate
1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8.
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Guard Interval
1/32, 1/16, 1/8, 1/4
Transmission Mode:
2K, 8K
MER
≥40dB
RF frequency
30~960MHz, 1KHz step
RF output level
-16~ -36dBm (71~91dbµV), 0.1db step
DVB-C
Standard
J.83A (DVB-C), J.83B, J.83C
MER
≥40dB
RF frequency
30-960MKHz. 1KHz step
-16~ -36 dBm (71~91dbµV), 0.1db step
RF
output level
Symbol rate
Constellation
Bandwidth
5000-9000KHz
J.83A
J.83B
J.83C
16 /32 /64
64/ 256 QAM
64/ 256 QAM
8M
6M
6M
ATSC
Standard
ATSC A/53
MER
≥40dB
RF frequency
30~960MHz, 1KHz step
RF output level
-16~ -36 dBm (71~91 dbµV), 0.1db step
Constellation
8VSB
ISDB-T
Standard
ARIB STD-B31
Bandwidth
6M
Constellation
DQPSK,QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM
Guard Interval
1/32, 1/16, 1/8, 1/4
Transmission Mode
2K, 4K, 8K
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MER
≥42dB
RF frequency
30~960MHz, 1KHz step
RF output level
-16~ -36 dBm (71~91 dbµV), 0.1db step
System
Management
Local control: LCD + control buttons
Language
English
LCN Insertion
yes
RF Combine in ATT
10dB
Upgrade
USB/Web-server
General
Power supply
DC 12V
Dimensions
183*110*45mm
Weight
< 1kg
Operation temperature
0~45
CHAPTER 2 Safety Instruction and Installations
Safety Instructions
WARNING: Hot plug is not allowed since it may cause system halted.
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:
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.
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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.
Installations
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.
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NO HOT PLUG!
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.
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3.
Optionally, connect the
loop-through RF input
coaxial cable.
4.
Connect cable to RF
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output to STB/TV.
5.
3
Power supply connection :
a) Connect the earth
cable; b)
Connect the
power plug to the unit
mains
connector;
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c)
Connect the power plug to
the mains socket.
Cascade Installation
NDS3558 unit has 1 TV signal to RF output
encoded as Digital TV signal. Several NDS3558
units can be cascaded in order to increase the
capacity. The maximum capacity of a series of
N units is 1xN incorporated TV signals. 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)
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TS Creator.exe Download link:
http://pan.baidu.com/s/1c0vOMY0
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Download path: English→Tool→TS Creator xxx.rar
Chapter 3 Operations of TS Creator Software
NDS3558 encoder modulator has a function to create TS videos with the software supplied
with the product. Users can create *.ts files containing images, videos and audios in a simple
and intuitive way, and play them on a television through NDS3558’s USB port.
File format supported include:
Image: JPG, PNG, BMP, GIF/Video: MP4, WMV, AVI, MPG, TS, MKV… /Audio: MP3, WAV
Installation
1.
Download our “TS Creator” software package on your PC to get the installer and its
auxiliary routine.
2.
Occasionally, if your PC hasn’t installed “Net Frame 2.0” yet, double-click
“NetFx20SP2_x86.exe” until complete the installation.
3.
Double-click
shortcut.
“Setup.exe” application to install the “Creator” and generate a desktop
Operations of “Creator”
Double-click the “Creator” shortcut icon, it will trigger an operation interface like below:
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Click to add Images and videos
Click to adjust the order of Images/videos
Click to delete the Images/videos
Click to add audios
Click to set a save path for the TS video to be created.
To set time duration for every picture when playing
the video
To
set the resolution for the output video
The video is transformed based on VBR (Variable Bit Rate).
The number set here represents the highest bit rate for the output video and bit rate will
varies under the number.
Users can select a encode format here according to the
standard of receiving terminal.
Users can filter the null packet to boost the video’s effect bit
rate.
A single video can be maximum 2.0 GB in size. (NDS3558
cannot play a video bigger than 2GB.)
After setting all the parameters, click
to start the transformation. Click “OK” when it
prompts “The operation completed normally.”
Click this button to stop the transformation before the operation completed.
After finishing the transform operation, users can click this button to play the
generated TS video.
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File Management
After finishing the transformation, users can find out the videos files generated according the
Saving Directory. For example, we save the video in “D:\ABC” so we can find it in Disk D\Folder
ABC.
Management:
1. Three files will be generated if the Null Packet has been
filtered.
TS video for preview through the “Creator” interface by clicking “Play”
button
TS video and information files: Users need to save the two files
together in the USB memory, and then NDS3558 can read them and play
the video.
2.
Two files will be generated if the Null Packet has not
been filtered.
TS video for preview through the “Creator” interface by clicking “Play” button
TS video: Users need to save it in the USB memory, and then NDS3556 can read it
and play the video.
Remarks:
 All the file names are automatically generated.
 Rename the files before creating a new video to avoid covering the previous files.
 If you rename “FinalOutput-204-0.ts” or “FinalOutput-204-0.tsinfo”, always keep the
names the same (Extension excluded) and then NDS3558 can read them and play the video.
CHAPTER 4 Devices Operations and Management
NDS3558 is controlled and managed through the key board and LCD display.
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LCD Display – It presents the selected menu and the parameter settings. The backlight in the
display is on when the power is applied.
LED Indicators – These lights indicate the working status

Power: It lights on when the power supply is connected.

Alarm: It lights on when the there is error, such as the signal source loss.

USB: It lights on when the USB device is properly connected and blocks out when the USB
device get removed.
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
Down buttons;
Hue
1
Enter
Hue
+ 001
►
Hue
+00 1
Hue
+00 2
Press it to activate the hidden selections and change the setting with Up and Down (or Left and
Right) buttons.
Constellation
64QAM
Enter
Constellation ► Constellation
[64QAM]
[128QAM]
Enter Constellation
128QAM
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) ISDBT: Current Modulation Standard; 1080i: Signal source resolution; XX.XXX MHz: the
current output frequency; 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) Video Parameters: User can enter the items respectively to set video parameters. Interface:
select a right interface type from the options provided. The device then can automatically
search the signal and starts to encode. Resolution: signal source resolution, read-only.
Video Bit rate: adjust in range of 1.000~19.000 Mbps. Rate Mode: this unit user can choose
CBR or VBR. User can also adjust values of rest items (H.264 profile, H.264 level, Brightness:
0-128 &
Contrast: 0-255 & Saturation: 0-128; Hue: -128 - +127)
5) Audio Bit rate: Select audio bit rate from the options provided. Different audio format has
different bit-rate range. See specification table for details.
Audio Format: Select audio format among MPEG2, MPEG2-AAC and MPEG4-AAC.
HDMI audio input:Choose to input HDMI audio or not.
6) Program Information: User can enter the sub-menus to edit the Program Name, Service
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Name, Program Number, LCN and PIDs of PMT, PCR, Video and Audio. User can also choose to
output the program or not at this menu.
7) TSID: (Transport Stream ID) User can view or adjust after enter this menu.
8) ONID: (Original Network ID)-User can view or adjust after enter this menu.
9) NIT: (Network Information Table) NIT table is a very important table for describing the
network and TS. User can enter the submenus displayed and edit the values or select
modes. 10) – 20) NDS3558 encoder modulator supports Modulation dynamic switching,
which means four modulation standard (DVB-C/T/ASTC/ISDBT) can be in one device, but no
more than three modulation standards is suggested. Here this takes DVB-T modulation as
example.
10) Bandwidth: Choose between 6M, 7M and 8M.
11) Constellation: DVB-T modulator contains 3 constellation modes: 64 QAM, QPSK and 16
QAM.
12) FFT (Transmission Mode): Select between 2K and 8K.
13) Guard Interval: Select among 1/32, 1/16, 1/8 and 1/4.
14) FEC: It refers to Forward Error Correction rate. It contains 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6 and 7/8.
 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 2.
15) RF Frequency: Adjust it at range of 30 to 999 MHz. Set it according your regional situation
or inquire your local services.
16) RF Level: Adjust it at range of -16~ -36dBm.
17) RF On: User can choose to turn on or turn off the RF under this menu.
18) Bitrate:User can read the current modulating bit rate and the maximum bit rate
19) Change Modulation: User can select the modulation standard at this menu in accordance
with the TV standard used to receive the output RF. After selecting the Modulation
standard, user needs to restart the device.
20) Delete Modulation: User can choose to delete modulation mode(s) which you may never
use from the device. CAUTION: the deleted modulation mode(s) cannot be restored
without the right upgrade software from the factory. In such case, ask the factory for help.
21) NMS IP: To set an IP address here which is for connecting the device to PC for management
22) Subnet Mask: To configure subnet mask here.
23)
Gateway: To configure gateway here.
24)
Web Port: To configure web port here.
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25)
MAC Address: To view MAC address here. 27) – 30) Please refer to Chapter 5
for details. 31) Save Config: Yes/No-to save/give up the adjustment of setting.
32) Load Saved CFG: Yes/No-to load/ not to load the saved configuration.
33) Reset all sets: Yes/No-choose/not choose the factory’s default configuration.
34) LCD Time out: A time limit that LCD will light off. Choose among 5s, 10s, 45s, 60s, 90s and
120s (seconds).
35) Key Password: to set a 6-digit password for unlocking the keyboard.
33) Lock Keyboard: Choose Yes to lock the keyboard, then the keyboard will be locked and
cannot be applicable. It is required to input the password to unlock the key board. This
operation is one-off. (Password forgotten, please use the universal code “000000”.)
34) Product ID: User can view the serial number of this device. It is read-only and unique
35) Version: It displays the version information of this device.
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Chapter 5 Operations of Record TS and Play TS
through USB Disk
The NDS3558 encoder modulator has functions of:
1.
*.ts Video Creation See Chapter 3.
2.
TS Record and Save
Main Menu
USB Device
USB Device
Record TS
Record TS
Start Record
Start Record
► Yes No
Record TS
Advanced Config
Advanced Config
File Size
Filter Null PKT
File Save Mode
File name
Automatic record
1)
Connect the signal source, enter “Start Record” and then choose to start record or not.
2)
Advanced Config:
File Size: users can set the file size for the *.ts to be recorded. A single file can be
maximum 2000M in size.
Filter Null PKT: User can choose to filter null PKT or not.
There are 3 File Save Modes provided:
 “Single file”: For example, when the file size is set as 1000M and the *.ts is recorded up
to 1000M, it automatically stops recording TS.
 “Segment file”: For example, when the file size is set as 1000M and the *.ts is recorded
up to 1000M, it automatically saves the files and continues to record TS and save it to
next file until the USB memory is full.
 “Loop record”: It automatically saves the files and continues to record TS and save it to
next file. When the USB memory is full, it replaces the previous file.
File Name: Users can enter this menu to edit name for the *.ts files to be recorded. For
example, if users name it “Record-”, it will give name to the saved *.ts files “Record001.ts”, “Record-002.ts”… “Record-00N.ts”.
Automatic Record: When the auto mode is enabled, the device will automatically record
after USB connected. Otherwise user needs to click “Start record” button to start.
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3.
TS Playback
Main Menu
USB Device
USB Device
Play TS
Play TS
Play Stop
Play Stop
►Yes No
Play TS
File browse
1)
Play TS
Play Mode
Play Mode
Loop all
Single file
Single Loop
Play All
Play TS
Automatic Play
Automatic Play
►Yes No
Play Stop: Choose “Yes” to stop TS play. Choose “No” to
start TS play 2) File browse: To browse TS files in the USB device.
3)
Play Mode:User can select a play mode for the *.ts files as needed before playing the *.ts
file and specify a video under ‘Single file’ / ‘Single loop’ mode and press “Enter” button to
start play. While under ‘Play all’ / ‘Loop all’ mode, it automatically plays files from first to
end.
4)
Automatic Play:When the auto mode is enabled, the device will automatically play after
USB connected. Otherwise user needs to click “Start play” button to start.
4.
Update
Main Menu
USB Device
USB Device
USB Update
Updatee
►PFGA
Choose one item to be updated and press Enter to confirm. Keep the update file stored in the
USB device in the name of “Encoder Modulator-CPU/FPGA.tar.gz”.
5.
Disk Usage
Main Menu USB Device Inserted USB Device Disk Usage
xx.xxG/x.xxG
Users can enter this menu to view the USB disk’s capacity left.
6.
Remove Device
Main Menu
USB Device
USB Device
Remove device
Press Enter key to safely remove the USB disk. NDS3558 will then automatically resume
encoding process and playing the program input from the encoder module.
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Chapter 6 Operations of Web-server
In addition to using front buttons to control the encoder modulator and USB device, users can
also perform the same operation in an easier way with the web Brower in the PC (Personal
Computer).
Login
The default IP address of this device is 192.168.0.136. (We can modify the IP through the front
panel.)
Connect the PC and the encoder modulator with a net cable, and use ping command to confirm
they are on the same network segment.
I.G. the PC IP address is 192.168.99.252, we then change the device IP to 192.168.99.xxx (xxx
can be 1 to 254 except 252 to avoid IP conflict).
Use web browser to connect the device with PC by inputting the device’s IP address in the
browser’s address bar and press Enter.
It will display the Login interface as Figure-1. Input the Username and Password (Both the
default Username and Password are “admin”.) and then click “LOGIN” to start the device
setting.
Figure-1
Operation
Summary:
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When we confirm the login, it displays the WELCOME interface as Figure-2 where users can
have an overview of the device’s system information and working status.
System information
Input information
and encoding
working status.
Current Modulation Mode
User can click any item here to enter
the corresponding interface to check
information or set the parameters.
TS indicator--Green light indicates the TS is
normal, which otherwise turns to red.
Figure-2
Parameters → Input 1:
From the menu on left side of the webpage, clicking “Input 1”, it displays the interface where
users can configure the encoding parameters for the input video/audio. (Figure-3)
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Select an interface
according to the signal
source user connects
and intends to encode.
For configuring
CVBS/S-video
signal only
Figure-3
Parameters → TS Config:
From the menu on left side of the webpage, clicking “TS Config”, it displays the interface where
users can configure the parameters for the transport stream as prompt. (Figure-4)
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Figure-4
Parameters → Modulator:
From the menu on left side of the webpage, clicking “Modulator”, it displays the interface
where users can configure current the modulating parameters for the RF output (Figure-5).
User can select different modulation standard at “System→Device” interface.

NOTE: Items in this interface varies when different modulation mode is chosen as the
current mode. This user manual here takes DVB-T modulation mode as example to
display.
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User can switch modulation mode here
Figure-5
Parameters → USB Media:
From the menu on left side of the webpage, clicking “USB Media”, it displays the interface
where users can operate USB device. (Figure-6)
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NOTE: It is necessary to connect USB device and signal source and activate encoding
to
operate TS recording.
NOTE: It is necessary to connect USB device when operate TS playing.
Configure TS file
parameters and click
‘Start record’ to start
recording.
Configure TS playing
parameters and click
‘Start play’ to start
playing TS files.
For reading USB
device status
Figure-6
Detailed Explanation:
There are 3 File save modes provided:
 “Single file”: For example, when the file size is set as 1000M and the *.ts is recorded up to
1000M, it automatically stops recording TS.
 “Segment file”: For example, when the file size is set as 1000M and the *.ts is recorded up
to 1000M, it automatically saves the files and continues to record TS and save it to next file
until the USB memory is full.
 “Loop record”: It automatically saves the files and continues to record TS and save it to
next file. When the USB memory is full, it replaces the previous file.
File Size: users can set the file size for the *.ts to be recorded. A single file can be maximum
2000M in size.
File Name: Users can enter this menu to edit name for the *.ts files to be recorded. For
example, if users name it “Record-”, it will give name to the saved *.ts files “Record-001.ts”,
“Record-002.ts” “Record-00N.ts”.
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File Select: To browse TS files in the USB device.
Play Mode: User can select a play mode for the *.ts files as needed before playing the *.ts file
and specify a video under ‘Single file’ / ‘Single loop’ mode and press “Enter” button to start
play.
While under ‘Play all’ / ‘Loop all’ mode, it automatically plays files from first to end.
Auto Record/Play: When the auto mode is enabled, the device will automatically record/play
after USB connected. Otherwise user needs to click “Start record/Play” button to start.
System → NMS:
From the menu on left side of the webpage, clicking “Network”, it displays the interface where
users set the network configuration for the device. (Figure-7)
Input this address in
the browser to connect
the device and PC.
Figure-7
System → Password:
From the menu on left side of the webpage, clicking “Password”, it will display the screen as
Figure-9 where to set the login account and password for the web NMS. (Figure-9)
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Figure-9
System → LCD/Key:
From the menu on left side of the webpage, clicking “LCD/Key”, it displays the interface where
users can set the time out for the LCD. (Figure-8)
Figure-8
System → Save/Restore:
From the menu on left side of the webpage, clicking “Save/Restore”, it will display the screen
as Figure-10 where to save or restore your configurations.
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Figure-10
System → Backup/Load:
From the menu on left side of the webpage, clicking “Backup/Load”, it will display the screen as
Figure-11 where to backup or load your configurations.
Browse Button
Figure-11
System → Firmware:
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Click “Firmware” from the menu it will display the screen as Figure-12. Here user can update
the device by using the update file.
Click “Browse” to find the path of the device update file for this device then click “Update” to
update the device.
After updating the device, user needs to restart the device.
Browse Button
Figure-12
System → Device:
From the menu on left side of the webpage, clicking “Device”, it will display the screen as
Figure-15. NDS3558 encoder modulator supports Modulation dynamic switching, which means
four modulation standard (DVB-C/T/ASTC/ISDBT) can be in one device, but no more than three
modulation standards is suggested. User can select modulation standard at this interface.
After selecting the Modulation standard, user needs to restart the device.
Modulation standard selection area:
 Set
modulation
mode
in
accordance with the TV standard
used to receive the output RF.
 Restart the device if you change
User can choose to delete modulation mode(s)
the current modulation mode.
 Items in “Parameters→Modulator”
which you may never use from the device.
CAUTION: the deleted modulation mode(s) cannot
vary as per different modulation
be restored without the right upgrade software from
mode you choose.
the factory. In such case, ask the factory for help.
Figure-15
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Appendix
Australia Air Channels
Australia Air Channels
Frequency
Frequency
Ch.
Ch.
Start
Center
End
VHF
Start
Center
End
C38
596
599.5
603
C39
603
606.5
610
C00
45
48.5
52
C40
610
613.5
617
C01
56
59.5
63
C41
617
620.5
624
C02
63
66.5
70
C42
624
627.5
631
C03
85
88.5
92
C43
631
634.5
638
C04
94
97.5
101
C44
638
641.5
645
C05
101
104.5
108
C45
645
648.5
652
C5A
137
140.5
144
C46
652
655.5
659
C06
174
177.5
181
C47
659
662.5
666
C07
181
184.5
188
C48
666
669.5
673
C08
188
191.5
195
C49
673
676.5
680
C09
195
198.5
202
C50
680
683.5
687
C9A
202
205.5
209
C51
687
690.5
694
C10
209
212.5
216
C52
694
697.5
701
C11
216
219.5
223
C53
701
704.5
708
C12
223
226.5
230
C54
708
711.5
715
C55
715
718.5
722
C56
722
725.5
729
C57
729
732.5
736
UHF
C20
470
473.5
477
C58
736
739.5
743
C21
477
480.5
484
C59
743
746.5
750
C22
484
487.5
491
C60
750
753.5
757
C23
491
494.5
498
C61
757
760.5
764
C24
498
501.5
505
C62
764
767.5
771
C25
505
508.5
512
C63
771
774.5
778
C26
512
515.5
519
C64
778
781.5
785
C27
519
522.5
526
C65
785
788.5
792
C28
526
529.5
533
C66
792
795.5
799
C29
533
536.5
540
C67
799
802.5
806
C30
540
543.5
547
C68
806
809.5
813
C31
547
550.5
554
C69
813
816.5
820
C32
554
557.5
561
C70
820
823.5
827
C33
561
564.5
568
C71
827
830.5
834
C34
568
571.5
575
C72
834
837.5
841
C35
575
578.5
582
C73
841
844.5
848
31
C36
582
585.5
589
C74
848
851.5
855
C37
589
592.5
596
C75
855
858.5
862
Table 1 Australia Television Frequency/Channels (MHz)
Modulation
Constellation
FEC
1/4
1/2
6MHz Bandwidth
7MHz Bandwidth
8MHz Bandwidth
Guard Interval
Guard Interval
Guard Interval
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
2/3
1/32
6.03
6.03
5.80
6.45
6.83
7.03
6.64
7.37
7.81
8.04
8.78
9.05
QPSK
3/4
16QAM
64QAM
6.22
6.58
6.78
6.53
7.25
7.68
7.91
7.46
8.29
5/6
6.22
6.91
7.31
7.54
7.25
8.06
8.53
8.79
8.29
9.22
9.76
10.05
7/8
6.53
7.25
7.68
7.91
7.62
8.46
8.96
9.23
8.71
9.68
10.25
10.56
1/2
7.46
8.29
8.78
9.04
8.70
9.67
10.24
10.55
9.95
11.06
11.71
12.06
2/3
9.95
11.05
11.70
12.06
11.61 12.90
13.66
14.07
13.27 14.75
15.61
16.09
3/4
11.19
12.44
13.17
13.57
13.06 14.51
15.36
15.83
14.93 16.59
17.56
18.10
5/6
12.44
13.82
14.63
15.08
14.51 16.12
17.07
17.59
16.59 18.43
19.52
20.11
7/8
13.06
14.51
15.36
15.83
15.24 16.93
17.93
18.47
17.42 19.35
20.49
21.11
1/2
11.19
12.44
13.17
13.57
13.06 14.51
15.36
15.83
14.93 16.59
17.56
18.10
2/3
14.92
16.58
17.56
18.09
17.41 19.35
20.49
21.11
19.91 22.12
23.42
24.13
3/4
16.79
18.66
19.76
20.35
19.59 21.77
23.05
23.75
22.39 24.88
26.35
27.14
5/6
18.66
20.73
21.95
22.62
21.77 24.19
25.61
26.39
24.88 27.65
29.27
30.16
7/8
19.59
21.77
23.05
23.75
22.86 25.40
26.89
27.71
26.13 29.03
30.74
31.67
Table 2 Recommended MPEG-4 Code Rate
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