SDR Modulator

ArtNr.: 093005
EAN: 4260217681355
Summary

The Digital Devices SDR Modulator card can send any type of modulation mode in a spectrum of 200 MHz. A large part of the signal processing is executed in software. PAL TV is the first modulation type already available. Other types of modulation, such as DVB-T, are currently under development.

Scope of Application:
The SDR Modulator cards‘ PAL-version is used to feed any DVB signal sources (hard disk, DVB-S, DVB-T, etc.) into an existing coaxial cable with PAL TV.
Highlights
  • Frequency range: 114 – 858MHz
  • Power output e.g. for PAL modulation with 16 channels (per channel): 97 dBμV
  • Power consumption: ≈ 20 Watt
  • PCIe X4 generation 1
  • PCIe – Low Profile
  • Software for Linux
  • Linux drivers
  • Sample app for PAL
  • Productive app for PAL
Product description
Modulations:
PAL modulation:16 channels arbitrarily adjustable within 200MHz
Output:
SDR Modulator: PAL-modulation
  • Frequency range: 114 – 858 MHz
  • 16 transponders
Input (for example):
Max S8 = 8 x DVB-S2 tuners
Max A8 = 8 x DVB-C/C2/T/T2 tuners
A/V Decoding,PAL Modulation via CPU
Data via PCIE
possible Sources:
  • DVB-S/S2 (Max S8, Cine S2, DuoFlex S2)
  • DVB-T/T2 (Max A8, Cine C2/T2, DuoFlex C2/T2)
Technical Data
  • Output
  • Frequency range: 114 – 858 MHz
  • Modulation modes: PAL, others follow
  • 16 transponders
  • Power output
    Per channel with 16 channels active: 97 dBµV
  • Power consumption
  • ≈ 20 watts
  • Dimensions
  • H 69,5mm, W 152mm, D 30mm
  • Environment and safety
  • RoHS compliant
  • WEEE DE 99353762
  • produced und developed according to european standards, DIN EN ISO 9001:2000
  • Supported operating systems
  • Linux (Kernel 2.6.34 and higher)
  • System requirements
  • Intel CPU with Quicksync
    (SD/HD Hardwaredecoding)
  • Intel® Core i7-6700K
  • Xeon E3-1275-V5
  • Minimum of 8 GB RAM
  • One vacant PCIe slot (x4 to x16)