Novra S300V DVB-S2 Satellite Data and Video Receivers
The S300V provides all the functions of the S300D, plus it provides special video handling capabilities that make it ideally suited to receive and distribute MPEG video programming over your LAN. The S300V simplifies the configuration of your video programming...
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The S300V provides all the functions of the S300D, plus it provides special video handling capabilities that make it ideally suited to receive and distribute MPEG video programming over your LAN.
The S300V simplifies the configuration of your video programming so that you only need to select your desired program (from the Program List) and the IP address/port you wish to send this program to. The S300V does the rest. It also provides flexibility to include or exclude selected, Audio, Teletex and SI Table PID’s. The S300V supports both Single Program Transport Stream(s) (SPTS) and Multi-Program Transport Stream (MPTS) deployments.
The S300V is ideally suited for use as a video aggregation point for your IPTV content where distribution over Lan is desired. Typically, it is deployed into head-end networks such as: hotel or cruise ship infotainment, IPTV service, or cable TV service.
Novra’s S300 DVB-S2 Data receiver extends the performance of the S200 DVB-S2 Data receiver by enabling operation up to 32 APSK with multistream VCM support and by providing enhanced video handling capabilities.
The S300 capabilities are summarized along with the S75 and S200 in the Novra Receiver Summary Table below.
The following features are common to all S300 models:
- DVB-S and DVB-S2 Compliant
- DVB-S Demodulation:
- QPSK (DVB-S) up to 45 Msps @ 7/8 FEC
- DVB-S2 Demodulation
- QPSK up to 45 Msps @ 8/9 FEC
- 8PSK up to 45 Msps @ 9/10 FEC
- 16 APSK up to 45 Msps @ 9/10 FEC
- 32 APSK up to 45 Msps @ 9/10 FEC
- Up to 80 Mbps Sustained Throughput
- Support for VCM
- Support for ISI Filtering
- Operation down to 100 Kbaud
Cables and Connectors
12W Ku-Band BUCs
DVB-RCS Satellite Modems