AD-160 HD Integrated Receiver Decoder

AD-160 HD Integrated Receiver Decoder
AD-160
HD Integrated Receiver Decoder
User Manual
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Table of Content
Safety ....................................................................................................................................................3
Reference ............................................................................................................................................. 4
Features ................................................................................................................................................ 5
Introduction .......................................................................................................................................... 6
FRONT PANEL ......................................................................................................................... 6
REAR PANEL ........................................................................................................................... 7
TUNER IN AND ASI OUT .......................................................................................................... 8
TUNER IN AND IP OUT ............................................................................................................. 8
TUNER IN AND CVBS OUT ...................................................................................................... 8
IP IN AND ASI OUT ................................................................................................................. 9
TUNER/IP/ASI IN AND SDI OUT .............................................................................................. 9
TUNER/IP/ASI IN AND HDMI OUT ......................................................................................... 9
Front Panel Control & Operation ........................................................................................................11
INPUT .................................................................................................................................... 13
Sources.................................................................................................................... 13
Params..................................................................................................................... 13
OUTPUT ................................................................................................................................ 14
Program Setup ........................................................................................................ 14
Decoder.................................................................................................................... 14
SDI........................................................................................................................... 15
Ethernet ................................................................................................................... 15
SYSTEM ................................................................................................................................. 16
Local Setup ............................................................................................................. 16
Properties ................................................................................................................ 16
Factory Setting ........................................................................................................ 16
STATUS .................................................................................................................................. 16
Input status .............................................................................................................. 16
Outputs status .......................................................................................................... 16
NMS Control & Operation ………………….................................................................................... 17
LAN PARAMETERS SETTING & CONNECTION ESTABLISHMENT ............................................ 17
Local network setting …......................................................................................... 17
Connection .............................................................................................................. 17
NMS MAIN INTERFACE CONFIGURATION ............................................................................. 18
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................................. 25
Specifications ..................................................................................................................................... 26
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Safety
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To avoid electric-shock hazards, do not open the receiver; refer service to
qualified personnel only.
Keep the receiver away from flower vases, tubs, sinks, etc., in order to avoid
damaging the equipment.
Do not expose the receiver in the sunlight. And keep it away from the heat
source.
Do not block ventilation holes of the Receiver so that air can circulate freely.
When the abnormal phenomenon occurs, cut off the power immediately.
Do not touch the receiver during thunder. That might create electric shock
hazards.
Switch the receiver off whenever it remains out of service for an extended
period.
Be sure to turn the receiver off and disconnect the AC power cord before
cleaning the receiver surface. If the surface is dirty, wipe clean with a cloth that
has been dipped in a diluted soap water solution and wrung out thoroughly, and
then wipe again with a dry cloth.
Specifications and functions may be changed for improvement without notice in
advance.
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Reference
l Connect a Antenna
To AD160 IRD, you can connect either a single satellite antenna directly or through
converter box several antennas or LNB of multi-feed equipment.
You can connect a further IRD with the IRD that has common antenna equipment to
receive satellite signals.
l Loop Through
If you wish, you can connect the same LNB to another IRD via the loop through of your
digital receiver decoder. Connect one end of a coaxial cable to the LNB OUT on the
IRD and connect the other end to the LNB IN on your second IRD.
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Features
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MPEG-4 AVC (H.264) Digital compliant
DVB-S2/C/T signal input support (optional)
For DVB-S/S2 model, input Frequency 950-2150 MHz, Symbol Rate 2 ~ 45
Ms/s (2-37Ms/s for 8PSK); for DVB-T model, input Frequency 48-858 MHz,
Symbol Rate 0.87 ~ 6.9 Ms/s; for DVB-C model, input Frequency 50-858 MHz,
Symbol Rate 0.87 ~ 6.9Ms/s
1 Tuner Input (F-Type) and Loop-through
2 DVB Common Interfaces (CI ) for descrambling most common CA systems
1 ASI transport stream input & 2 ASI output capable of working as TS decoder
IP stream input and output (optional)
Broadcasting quality video and audio outputs
VBI Teletext handling
2 identical SDI outputs for convenient conversion of program format
AES/EBU digital audio output
BNC-interfaced CVBS output with the companion of AES/EBU audio output
makes better sense.
HDMI output with high quality video and audio gives an audiovisual feast
Full control via front panel or Ethernet port
Automatic recovery for latest system configuration from unexpected power off
Software upgrading via NMS
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Introduction
The AD160 IRD is an advanced MPEG-4 AVC (H.264) HD integrated receiver decoder
with optional TS-IP mutual conversion function. It can receive signal from different
program sources. Its prolific output interfaces such as IP, SDI, AES/EBU, HDMI and
ASI can meet different system requirements. The AD160 also has 2 common interface
slots which can decode multiple scrambled channels. It is an ideal component for either
a standard SD/HD digital video or an IPTV head-end system.
Front Panel
LED Indicator:
· Power: The LED lights on when the STB is power on.
· Lock: The LED lights on when a channel is locked. Otherwise there is no
channel locked.
· Alarm: The LED flickers when there is something abnormal. For example, the
strength of the input signal is too weak.
Display screen: Show the channel name of TV or Radio program and the configuration
information.
CI SLOTS: There are two CI slots for various CAS CAM (PCMCIA) modules.
KEY PADS:
· Select Keys: To change channels, adjust volume and configure the IRD.
· MENU: To enter the menu and the quit function of the sub menus.
· OK: To confirm the operation in the setup.
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Rear Panel
1. TUNER IN: Connect to a RF or IF signal.
2. TUNER OUT (LOOP OUT): Use it when connecting to another IRD.
3: ETHERNET: Network remote control.
4. ASI OUT: Output MPEG-2 or Mpeg-4 TS.
5. SDI OUT: Output the SDI Video stream.
6. ASI IN: BNC connector for TS input
7. VIDEO /AUDIO: Video signal output jack and Left/right audio output jack.
8. Cr/Cb/Y: Component output
9. HDMI: Output high quality picture and sound with one cable.
10. AES/EBU: Professional digital Audio output with XLR connector
11. TS/IP: TS stream input and output in IP format.
12. POWER SUPPLY and POWER SWITCH: 90~250V AC, 50Hz.
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There are several ways of connecting the IRD to your existing Audio/TV system. We
recommend using one of the following set-ups for best results:
Tuner in and ASI out
Tuner in and IP out
Tuner in and CVBS out
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IP in and ASI out
Tuner/IP/ASI in and SDI out
Notice: You should select one signal source from the 1, 2 and 3 option.
Tuner/IP/ASI in and HDMI out
Notice: You should select one signal source from the 1, 2 and 3 option.
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Front Panel Control & Operation
This diagram is for DVB-C and DVB-T IRD
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This diagram is for DVB-S and DVB-S2 IRD
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Input
In this menu, there are two submenus used to select the input source and configure the
input parameters. They are SOURCES and PARAMS.
Sources
In this submenu, there are three options, TUNER, ASI and IPTV.
TUNER: If you select this item, the IRD will search the signal from the tuner after
configuration and exit at Params.
ASI: If you select this item, the IRD will search the signal from the ASI input port.
IPTV: If the signal from the IP port, you can select this item. The IRD will search
channels after configuration and exit at Params.
Parameters
In this submenu, there are two items, they are TUNER and IPTV. If your IRD is for
DVB-C/T/S/S2 and IPTV, please select relative reception mode such as QAM,
COFDM, QPSK and IPTV. According to different type IRD, please set different
parameters.
TUNER
In this option, several parameters are required to setup.
1) For DVB-S/S2 (QPSK):
· LNB frequency: this is the LNB‟s local oscillation (LO) frequency, every LNB
have one or two local oscillation frequencies which can be obtained from the
LNB provider.
· Satellite frequency: This is the satellite down-conversion frequency, every
transponder has one frequency, and you can get this parameter from the satellite
programs provider.
· Symbol rate: Every transponder have one symbol rate, you can get this
parameter from the satellite programs provider.
· LNB Voltage: LNB voltage is the power that supply to the LNB in order to
receiver satellite signal with different polarization. Generally 18V is for
horizontal while 13V is for vertical.
· LNB 22KHz: Generally 22K is used to control 22K Switch, typically used for
LNB with double L.O in Ku band.
2) For DVB-C (QAM): you need to setup QAM model, Frequency and symbol rate.
3) For DVB-T (COFDM): you need to setup bandwidth and frequency.
IPTV:
When the receiver wants to receive the signal from the internet, you need to configure
these parameters. For DVB-S/S2/C/T, this part is the same.
· Receiver: Select On or Off to open or close the IPTV function.
· Input Multi IP Addr: Set up the multicast IP address for receiving the IP signal.
· Input Multi UDP port: Set up the UDP port for receiving the IP signal.
· Input Protocol: Default setting.
· IP Board IP Address: Default setting.
· IP Board SubNetMask: Default setting.
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IP Board MAC Address: Default setting.
Notice: When two or above pieces of AD160 are working in IPTV at the same time,
you’d better set different ‘IP Board IP Address’ and ‘IP Board SubNetMask’ for each
equipment.
Output
In this menu, there are three submenus including˖Program Setup, Decoder and
Ethernet.
Program Setup
In this option, all the programs received will be list. By changing the program‟s status,
you can determine whether to transmit the program or appoint a CI Slot to descramble
the scrambled program.
· Bypass: Transmit the program without any disposal.
· CI slot1: If the program is scrambled, you can appoint the CAM card inserted in
Slot 1 to descramble it. Under this condition, the program is transmitted in
default.
· CI solt2: If the program is scrambled, you can appoint the CAM card inserted in
Slot 2 to descramble it. Under this condition, the program is transmitted in
default.
· Delete: Any program you don‟t want to transmit can be forbidden by selecting
this status.
Decoder
In this menu, there are three items: Program List, Video and Audio.
Program List:
All the programs received by the receiver will be list here, and you can select the
program played via AV interface.
Video:
Configure the video parameter
· Video standard: in this item, you can select video standard including Auto,
SECAM, NTSC and PAL.
· Screen Mode: set the screen aspect ratio in this item, it includes Auto, 4:3Full,
16:9Full.
· DVB subtitle Lang: English only
· EBU subtitle Lang: English only
· Fail Mode: include Black Screen and Still Screen. Black screen: when the
receiver lost the signal, keep the screen black. Still screen: when the receiver lost
the signal, keep the last picture on the screen.
· Video Format: set the video format in this item, it includes: Auto, 576 I, 720 P
and 1080 I.
Audio:
Configure the audio parameter
· Audio:0-99
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Audio mode: include Stereo, Left, Right, Mono, Dual
Audio Language: Select different audio language.
SDI
The SDI output format is „Auto‟ which means one audio channel is embeded in the SDI
video output stream and you can‟t change it here.
Ethernet
When select the IP port as the output, you need to setup some parameters in this
submenu. There are 8 channels, and each can be used to output IP stream separately.
· Stream IP Addr: Default setting ( Reserve for the future)
· Stream Network: Default setting ( Reserve for the future)
· Stream Gateway: Default setting (Reserve for the future)
· Stream Mac Address: Default setting (Reserve for the future)
· Stream UDP port: Default setting (Reserve for the future)
· Channel 1 Param Setup:
· CH 1 Transmit: Select Off or On to close or open the IP channel.
· CH 1 Program Setup: For your operation convenience, all the input
programs will be outputted via this IP channel and you can‟t add or delete
programs here.
· CH 1 Multicast Addr: Set up the multicast IP for broadcasting the IP signal
· CH 1 Port: Set up the UDP or RTP port for broadcasting the IP signal
· CH 1 Protocol: UDP/RTP
· CH 1 TS Packets: Configuration range is 1—7 (7 is recommended)
· CH 1 Time to Live: Configuration range is 1-255 (8 is recommended)
· Ch 1 Type of Service: It includes Normal, Min delay, Monetary Cost, Max
reliability, Max Throughput
· Channel 2 Param Setup:
· CH 2 Transmit: Select Off or On to close or open the IP channel.
· CH 2 Program Setup: Select Add to add the program to the IP channel, and
select Delete to delete the program in the IP channel.
· CH 2 Multicast Addr: Set up the multicast IP for broadcasting the IP signal
· CH 2 Port: Set up the UDP or RTP port for broadcasting the IP signal
· CH 2 Protocol: UDP/RTP
· CH 2 TS Packets: Configuration range is 1—7 (7 is recommended)
· CH 2 Time to Live: Configuration range is 1-5 (5 is recommended)
· Ch 2 Type of Service: It includes Normal, Min delay, Monetary Cost, Max
reliability, Max Throughput,
· Channel 3/ 4/ 5/ 6/ 7/ 8 Param Setup: The same as Channel 2
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System
Under this menu, there are three submenus including Local Setup, Properties and
Factory Setting.
Local Setup
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IP address: Local IP setting for connecting to the server. This IP and the server‟s
IP should be in the same section.
Network Mask: Network Mask setting for connecting to the server.
Gateway: Gateway setting for connecting to the server.
Trap IP address: This IP should be the same as the server‟s IP, before
connection, it will verify the server‟s IP, if they are the same, the connection
will be allowed.
Properties
· Mac Address: Query the receiver‟s Mac Address.
· HW Version: Query the receiver‟s hardware version.
· SW Version: Query the receiver‟s software version.
Factory Setting
Take the receiver back to factory setting.
Status
There are two submenus under this menu: Input status and output status.
Input status
Query the input status, lock or unlock.
Outputs status
Decoder: In this item you can check the programs PMT, PN, AV, Video, Audio status.
CI: Check two CI status.
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NMS Control & Operation
Except using the front panel to configure and operate the equipment, AD160 also
supplies the network management function. When you get the equipment, there should
be a CD containing the network management software. If you want to control and
operate the equipment via the network management software, please copy the software
from the CD to your server (Computer).
LAN parameters setting & connection establishment
Before logging on the equipment, you should use the front panel to configure the local
network setting.
Local network setting
Let‟s take an example to explain how to configure the local network for connection. We
assume the server‟s IP is 192.168.1.2, network mask is 255.255.255.0 and gateway is
198.168.1.1. All these parameters in the equipment should be:
· IP address: Local IP setting for connecting to the server. This IP and the server‟s
IP should be in the same section. For example is can be 192.168.1.x, x can be 3
to 254.
· Network Mask: Network Mask setting for connecting to the server. It should be
the same as server‟s. 255.255.255.0.
· Gateway: Gateway setting for connecting to the server. It should be the same as
server‟s. 198.168.1.1
· Trap IP address: This IP should be the same as the server‟s IP. Before
connection, it will verify the server‟s IP, if they are the same, the connection
will be allowed. It should be 192.168.1.2.
Connection
Connect the server and equipment via Ethernet port with an Ethernet cable before
running the network management software on the server. Then log on the NMS and
enter the user name and password, the default user name and password both are
“admin”, just as the following picture.
Notice: this NMS can manage several pieces of AD160 at the same time, as long as
these equipments are connected to the server via the Network Switch. Now we take
one piece of AD160 for example to illustrate the operation.
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NMS Main Interface Configuration
After logging in successfully, it‟ll search the AD160 which is connected to the server
and display it in the left side as below automatically.
After logging on the AD160, you can see seven pages within every IRD, they are: Main
Board, Audio/Video, Status, IP Board, Upgrade, System and Advance. Except that,
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there‟re two parts used to display some correlative information, just as the following
picture.
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Main Board
· SOURCES
In this submenu, there are three options, TUNER, ASI and IPTV.
§ TUNER: when select this item, the receiver will search the signal from the
tuner, different IRD model may have different NMS interface and operation.
§ ASI: when select this item, the receiver will search the signal from the ASI
input port.
§ IPTV: when the signal from the IP port, you can select this item.
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Tuner selection
In this item, you can set the parameters according to different tuner model, DVB-S
(QPSK), DVB-S2 (8PSK), DVB-C (QAM) and DVB-T (COFDM).
According to your IRD model select correct tuner. Then setup parameters of frequency,
symbol rate, LNB Voltage, LNB 22KHz, QAM model, bandwidth and so on. You can
get these parameters from your program provider.
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CI MultiDecrypt Mode
§ MultiPMT: it‟s the default option, you needn‟t change it generally.
§ CombinePMT: if your CAM can‟t decrypt programs normally, you can try
to select it.
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Program List
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Refresh: update the programs from the input signal.
Default: get all the programs‟ Operation back to „Bypass‟.
In the programs list box, all the received programs will be list. There are three item
providing the programs information: Number, Name and Operation. Let‟s take Channel
[V] (NO.21) for example to explain how to edit the programs.
Click the program which you want to edit (in the picture, it is Channel [V], NO.21), and
then this program will be highlighted in blue, program number will show in “Program
Number” item. Then click the down list menu in the “program operation” item to select
the status you need.
Explain:
ü Bypass: Transmit the program without any disposal.
ü CI slot1: If the program is scrambled, you can appoint the CAM card
inserted in Slot 1 to descramble it. Under this condition, the program is
transmitted in default.
ü CI solt2: If the program is scrambled, you can appoint the CAM card
inserted in Slot 2 to descramble it.. Under this condition, the program is
transmitted in default.
ü Delete: Any program you don‟t want to transmit can be forbidden by
selecting this status.
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Play List
In this box, select the programs you want to play via AV interface, and then click
“SendData” button to save the parameters, the programs you select will be played.
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Playing program
The information of the program played currently will appear here, such as PMT PID,
Video PID, Audio PID and so on.
Notice: After setting all the parameters for each page (including the following 6
pages), you should press ‘SendData’ to enable the new parameters.
Ø Audio/Video
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Video
§ Video standard: in this item, you can select video standard including Auto,
SECAM, NTSC and PAL.
§ Screen Mode: set the screen aspect ratio in this item, it includes Auto, 4:3 Full,
16:9 Full.
§ DVB subtitle Language: English only
§ EBU subtitle Language: English only
§ Video Fail Mode: include Black Screen and Still Screen. Black screen: when the
receiver lost the signal, keep the screen black. Still screen: when the receiver lost
the signal, keep the last picture on the screen.
§ Video Format: includes Auto, 576 I, 720 P and 1080 I.
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Audio
§ Audio Level:0-99
§ Audio mode: include Stereo, Left, Right, Mono, Dual
§ Audio Language: Select different audio language.
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SDI Setup
They are not valid temporarily, and one audio channel is embedded in the SDI video
output stream automatically.
Ø Status
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This page is used to display the status of CI Slot, total input rate, valid input rate, BER (it‟ll
won‟t affect the normal function in fact now) and tell you whether the input signal is locked
or not.
Ø IP Board
This page is used to configure the parameters for the IP function including „IP Receiver‟,
„Transmitter‟ and „Program List‟.
Notice: when you enable the ‘IP Receiver’, you must set the right ‘MultiCastAddress’
and ‘MultiCastPort’. For example
Role
Address
Port
AD160_A
IP Transmitter
IPDestAddress:227.40.50
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UDPDestPort: 1234
AD160_B
IP Receiver
MultiCastAddress
:227.40.50.60
MultiCastPort : 1234
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IP Receiver
§ Enable: When the programs are from IP source, select on.
§ Protocol: Optional UDP and RTP according to your IP source.
§ Enablechannel: When the programs are from IP source, select on.
§ MulticastAddress: Set up the multicast IP address for receiving the IP signal.
§ MulticastPort: Set up the UDP port for receiving the IP signal.
Other parameters: Default setting.
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Transmitter
ChannelSelect: Set up the IP channel number where you want to transmit
programs.
§ EnableChannel: Enable or disable the IP channel.
§ Protocol: Optional UDP or RTP according your requirement.
§ EncapNum TSPackts: Configuration range is 1—7. (Number 7 is
recommended).
§ TypeOfService: It includes Normal, Min delay, Monetary cost, Max reliability,
Max Throughput,.
§ TimeToLive: Configuration range is 1-255. (Number 8 is recommended).
§ IPDestAddress: Set up the IP channel‟s multicast IP address for broadcasting
the IP signal.
§ UDPDestPort: Set up the UDP port for the IP signal.
Other parameters: Default setting.
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Note:
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1. IP Channel 1 transmits all the input programs, which means you can’t add or
delete programs on IP channel 1. For other IP channels, you can edit the output
program as you wish by selecting it and pressing ‘Change’ button.
2. after setting all the parameters for one IP channel, you should press
‘SaveThisChannelParameter’ to save the setting of this channel.
Program list
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In this part, you can see the information of the programs which is in the selected
channel. You can determine which program will be transmitted by changing the status
of „Operation‟ in the list.
Ø Upgrade:
It‟s convenient to upgrade the latest software via this NMS. Click „Select File‟ button,
select a desired document and click „Start‟ the NMS will upgrade for AD160
automatically. You should restart the NMS after the upgrade.
If the upgrade is successful, a message „Upgrade succeed! Please restart the
software!‟will pop up, and then the AD160 will restart automatically.
Ø System
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System
IP address: Local IP setting for connecting to the server. This IP and the
server‟s IP should be in the same section.
§ Network Mask: Network Mask setting for connecting to the server.
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Gateway: Gateway setting for connecting to the server.
Mac Address: Query the receiver‟s Mac Address.
Factory setting
Get all the parameters in the equipment back the default parameters.
Ø Advance
This option is designed for recording the information about the equipment, however, the
option is not available now and reserved for the future.
Troubleshooting
Problem
The display on the
front panel does not
light up.
The front panel red
light is on. AV has no
output.
No or bad signal.
Bad picture / Blocking
error.
Problem
Signal is good. But
No picture and no
audio.
There is interference
on your digital
satellite channel.
Network remote can
not connect
Possible causes
No power.
What to do
Check that the main cable is
plugged into the power socket.
The unit is in standby
mode or no output
connection.
TV is not in AV mode.
No cable connection or
the program does not
exist in the current
satellite.
The satellite dish is not
facing the satellite.
Check the output connection or
Press the standby button.
The satellite dish is not
facing the satellite.
Signal is too strong.
Adjust the dish.
Signal is too weak.
LNB noise figure is too
high.
The LNB is defect.
Set TV in AV mode.
Check the cable connections, LNB
and other equipment connected
between the LNB and the STB, and
/or adjust the dish.
Adjust the dish. Check the signal
level in the antenna setup menu.
Connect a signal attenuator to the
LNB input.
Change to a larger dish.
Change to a LNB with a lower
noise figure.
Change the LNB.
Possible causes
The picture and audio are
scrambled.
What to do
Change to a FTA channel.
The system is connected with RF
leads and the output channel of the
receiver interferes with an existing
terrestrial channel or video signal.
IP stetting
Change the receiver
output channel to a more
suitable channel.
Check the PC IP and
equipment IP
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Cable is not good
Make sure the cable is
good one and connect
well.
BNC Connection loosing.
Make sure that ASI output
cable connect with the
output port tightly.
Don‟t select decrypted programs or Select decrypted programs
select incorrectly.
to be correctly.
CAM Modular Error.
Change for another CAM.
Smart Card no right.
Contact the content
provider.
Incorrect insertion of CAM or
Correctly insert CAM and
Smart card.
Smart card.
No output on ASI or
output unstable.
Cannot Decrypt
Programs.
Specifications
Tuner
QPSK(8PSK)
QAM
COFDM
Audio
Video
IP/TS Output
IP/TS Input
Frequency Range
Symbol Rate
Signal Strength
FEC Mode Rate
Demodulation
QAM
950~2150MHz
2~45Ms/s (2-37Ms/s for 8PSK)
-65~-30dBm
1/2,2/3,3/4,5/6,7/8,
QPSK, 8PSK
Frequency Range 50~858MHz
Symbol Rate
Signal Strength
QAM model
COFDM
Symbol Rate
Signal Strength
Bandwidth
Audio Decoding
Audio Mode
Connectors
Video Decode
0.87~6.9Ms/s
32-105dBuv
16/32/64/128/256
Frequency Range 48~858MHZ
0.87~6.9Ms/s
-92~-20dBm
6/7/8M
MPEG-1 layer I & II
Mono/Dual Channel/Stereo
RCA (L , R), XLR(L,R),
MPEG-II ISO/IEC 13818-2,
Mpeg-4 AVC/H.264
<=15Mbps
PAL/NTSC/SECAM
720×576
RCA (CVBS, YPbPr), HDMI, SDI
BNC, RJ45
ASI, IP
75Ω
188/204
1~72Mbps
Single / Multiple programs
Unicast /Multicast IP stream
BNC, RJ45
ASI, IP
Up to 82Mbps
Input Bit Rate
Output System
Video Resolution
Connectors
Connectors
Interface Type
Impedance
Packet
Bit rate
TS Format
IP output
Connectors
Interface Type
Bit rate
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Working condition&
Physical Specification
Power supply voltage
Power consumption
Temperature
Humidity
Size (W×D×H)
Net Weight
AC: 90~250V, 50Hz/60Hz
20W(Max)
0Ԩ~40Ԩ
10%~90%
42mmH×484mmW×335mmD
3.7 Kg
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AD160 HD Integrated Receiver Decoder User Manual
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