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horizontal polarisation vertical polarisation fn
fn+3 Low-Noise Block
fn+4 Tune to a satellite channel
TT1260 Satellite Receiver
L-band Select a service from the satellite channel Select the components from the chosen service Video Audio Data Transport Stream
Multiple satellite channels Multiple services on the tuned satellite channel Multiple components on the selected service
Figure 1.4: What the Satellite Receiver Does
Over-air Software Download (TANDBERG Director Systems)
The TT1260 Satellite Receiver is shipped with the appropriate software installed, but it is designed to allow replacement of this code by new versions of software transmitted over-air. The new code is downloaded as a background task in the same transport stream as used for the normal transmission of services. Figure 1.5 shows the system required for this function. The existing software continues to function during the download process. Once all the new code has been received, installed and validated, it is loaded into the active memory and becomes the operating software for the Receiver.
FMMs Access Control Computer MPEG-2 Streams
70/140 MHz IF
Software Download Controller
Download Service Control
evolution 5000 Multiplexer
evolution 5000 Modulator
Up-converter and HPA
Figure 1.5: Typical Download Transmission System
Typical Decoder System
The Decoder is a component of TANDBERG Televisions range of equipment. It is designed for use by broadcasters and distributors of video and audio services. It can be used as a transport stream monitor or to decode signals received over a telecommunications network.
Telecommunications Network Network Adapter Unit
evolution 5000 Modulator (Standby)
Network Adapter Unit Ethernet Control
Figure 1.6: Typical Compression System
The Decoder has the following inputs: Two ASI copper interfaces for operation up to 160 Mbit/s for 188 byte packets and 160 Mbit/s for 204 byte packets.
What the Decoder Does
The ASI interfaces are used to present the transport stream in the format required by the internal Decoder circuitry. At this point, the operation of the unit is the same as the Satellite Receiver. The Decoder can be used to receive an input signal from a Public Telecom Network via a Network Adapter Unit (NAU). No error correction is supported at the input of the unit so a level of Quality of Service should be negotiated with the Telecom Network Provider. The Decoder is configured to select a single video service and other audio/data components from the multiple services on the incoming transport stream and present them at the output.
The master alarm relay connector has a summary relay. The relay is activated whenever the unit is in alarm status, or the power is switched off.
Table 2.11: Alarm Connector
9-way, D-type, Female ALARM Pin 1 N/C Pin 2 N/C Pin 3 N/C Pin 4 Common Pin 5 N/C Pin 6 N/C Pin 7 N/C Pin 8 Normally Closed (Open on Alarm) Pin 9 Normally Open (Closed on Alarm)
RS-232 Low-speed Asynchronous Data Output
A 9-way, D-type female connector provides an asynchronous serial communications interface for the reception of low-speed data. The status of the data output on this connector is given in the Data menu #3.4. The technical specification for this connector is given in Section B.5.3, Data Outputs.
NOTE Low-speed asynchronous data output is disabled when the High Speed RS-422 Data Enabler Card (TT1260/HWO/HSDATA) is fitted.
Table 2.12: RS-232 Low-speed Data Connector
Connector type Connector designation Standards Configuration Pin-outs
9-way, D-type, Female RS232 DATA RS-232 DATA DCE Pin 1 Not used Pin 2 Receive Data Output (RxD) Pin 3 Not Used Pin 4 Not Used Pin 5 Ground Pin 6 Not used Pin 7 Not used Pin 8 Not used Pin 9 Not used
Alarm Relay Card (TT1260/HDC/ALRM)
The Alarm Relay Card has six additional relays. The alarm relays are programmable to reflect the state of one or more of the individual monitored alarm conditions.
Figure 2.7: Alarm Relay Card Rear Panel
Connector Details Alarm Option
The specification for this connector is given in Annex B, Section B.5.5, Alarm Connectors.
Table 2.13: Relay Alarm Output Specification
Connector type: Connector designation: Contact Configuration: Contact Rating: Maximum Switching Current: Maximum Switching Voltage: Maximum Switching Power: Minimum Switching Load: Alarm Relay Card Pin-outs
25-way, D-type, Female ALARM OPTION SPDT (Change-over) All volt-free contacts, fully isolated. 1A at 24Vdc 1A at 50Vac 1A 50Vdc/30Vac 24W / 60VA 0.1mA, 100mVdc Pin 1 - Relay 1 Normally Closed (Open on Alarm) Pin 2 - Relay 1 Normally Open (Closed on Alarm) Pin 3 - Relay 2 Common Pin 4 - Relay 3 Normally Closed (Open on Alarm) Pin 5 - Relay 3 Normally Open (Closed on Alarm) Pin 6 - Relay 4 Common Pin 7 - Relay 5 Normally Closed (Open on Alarm) Pin 8 - Relay 5 Normally Open (Closed on Alarm) Pin 9 - Relay 6 Common Pin 10 - N/C Pin 11 - N/C Pin 12 - N/C Pin 13 - N/C Pin 14 - Relay 1 Common Pin 15 - Relay 2 Normally Closed (Open on Alarm) Pin 16 - Relay 2 Normally Closed (Open on Alarm) Pin 17 - Relay 3 Common Pin 18 - Relay 4 Normally Closed (Open on Alarm) Pin 19 - Relay 4 Normally Open (Closed on Alarm) Pin 20 - Relay 5 Common Pin 21 - Relay 6 Normally Closed (Open on Alarm) Pin 22 - Relay 6 Normally Open (Closed on Alarm) Pin 23 - N/C Pin 24 - N/C Pin 25 - N/C
Figure 5.2: ASI Input Card Rear Panel
Provides a DVB-compliant copper connection. The input supports both byte-mode and single packet burst mode and is activated through the Input Menu (#2). The specification for these connectors are given in Section B.4.3. Table 5.2: DVB-ASI Copper Connector (2 off)
Connector type Connector designations Cable specification Pin Centre Shield
ASI IN 1/2
BNC 75 W socket ASI IN 1 ASI IN 2 Capable of transmitting a maximum frequency of 850 MHz Signal Ground/Chassis
QPSK Input Card (TT1260/HWO/QPSK)
The QPSK Input Card supports QPSK demodulation for Satellite Receivers with two L-band inputs.
Figure 5.3: QPSK Input Card Rear Panel
Connect the L-band output of a suitable LNB to the F-type connector either directly or via a suitable attenuator giving adequate consideration to lightning and surge protection refer to Section 2.3.4, Outdoor Antenna. The active input is chosen using the Input Status Menu (#2). In most cases an attenuator will not be required. The following list summarises the circumstances when one should be used. When the desired input level is greater than the specified maximum permissible (-25 dBm). When the downlead is a short length of low-loss cable and the LNB in use has a poor return loss (7 dB min). When the Receiver is receiving one of many carriers in a multi-carrier FDM system and the level of the wanted signal is close to the specified maximum permissible. The specification for this connector is given in Section B.4.1, QPSK Satellite Receivers. Table 5.3: QPSK Satellite Receiver (L-band) Connector (2 Off)
Connector type Connector designation Pin: LNB Supply Impedance Centre Shield
QPSK IN 1/2
F-type, Female QPSK IN 1 QPSK IN 2 RF Input Ground/Chassis Refer to Caution box below 75 W
CAUTIONS. 1. The Receiver provides dc power (refer to Chapter 3, Operating the Equipment Locally) via the active L-band input connector to drive an LNB (Low Noise Block Down-Converter). Do not connect equipment other than an LNB to this connector. Failure to do this may result in damage to the external equipment. 2. The F-type connector is not suitable for repeated connection and disconnection. When intended for use in this way, fit a sacrificial connector and connect to it.
NOTE When the High Speed RS-422 Data Enabler Card (S12595) is detected on power-up the unit will recover high-speed data. If not installed the unit will recover low-speed asynchronous data. The TT1260 can recover either low speed (RS-232) data or high speed (RS-422) data but not both simultaneously. For technical specifications see Section B.5.3, Data Outputs.
Figure 5.5: High Speed RS-422 Data Enabler Card Rear Panel
High-speed data (synchronous data) is carried in a transport stream as private data. The specification for this connector is given in Annex B, Section B.5.3, Data Outputs.
Table 5.6: RS-422 Synchronous Data Output Specification
Type: Connector designation: Connector type: Supported data rates: Transport package alignment: Configuration Pin-outs
ITU-T V.11 (RS-422) synchronous serial data DATA OUT 9-way, D-type, Female Multiples of 56 kbit/s and 64 kbit/s up to 2.048 Mbit/s Transparent to data source. Port operates as a bit-pipe. DCE Pin 1 GND Pin 2 Data Pin 3 Clock + Pin 4 ---- Not Used Pin 5 GND Pin 6 GND Pin 7 Data + Pin 8 Clock Pin 9 Not Used
This option provides a software key license for TT1260/HWO/HM, enabling QPSK, 8PSK, and 16QAM. The key is downloaded via the Ethernet or entered via the front panel System Menu (#6), (see Annex C, Section C.9, System Menu). When the key is downloaded, hidden functionality in the software is unlocked. Contact TANDBERG Television Customer Services (refer to Contact Information on page vii, Preliminary Pages).
This option provides a software key license for TT1260/HWO/HM, enabling QPSK and 8PSK. The key is downloaded via the Ethernet or entered via the front panel System Menu (#6), (see Annex C, Section C.9, System Menu). When the key is downloaded, hidden functionality in the software is unlocked. Contact TANDBERG Television Customer Services (refer to Contact Information on page vii, Preliminary Pages).
Signal Protection Conditional Access (TT1260/SWO/SP)
This option provides a software key to enable Signal Protection Conditional Access. The key is downloaded via the Ethernet or entered via the front panel System Menu (#6), (see Annex C, Section C.9, System Menu). When the key is downloaded, hidden functionality in the software is unlocked. Contact TANDBERG Television Customer Services (refer to Contact Information on page vii, Preliminary Pages).
RAS Mode-1 Conditional Access (TT1260/SWO/RAS)
This option provides a software key to enable RAS Mode-1 Conditional Access. The key is downloaded via the Ethernet or entered via the front panel System Menu (#6), (see Annex C, Section C.9, System Menu). When the key is downloaded, hidden functionality in the software is unlocked. Contact TANDBERG Television Customer Services (refer to Contact Information on page vii, Preliminary Pages).
Compression System CRCB CRC
Decoding Time-stamp DID Differential Coding DIL DIN Dolby Digital Downlink Downconvert DPCM DSNG DSP DTE DTH DTS DVB
DVB SI DVB-PI Earth
Digital Video Broadcasting Service Information. DVB-Professional Interfaces: TTV Lan search shows DVB Physical Interfaces Technical Earth: Ensures that all equipment chassis within a rack are at the same potential, usually by connecting a wire between the Technical earth terminal and a suitable point on the rack. This is sometimes known as a Functional earth. Protective Earth: Used for electric shock protection. This is sometimes known as a safety earth. European Broadcast Union. Entitlement Control Message. Ethernet Data Input Electronics Industries Association (USA). Event Information Table: Equipment: A component of the DVB-Service Information (SI) stream generated within an Encoder, containing information about events or programmes such as event name, start time, duration, etc. System: EIT (Present/Following) contains the name of the current and next event. It may include an optional descriptor (synopsis) giving brief details of content. EIT (Schedule) is used to produce a full EPG. The EIT is the only DVB-SI table, which can be encrypted.
EBU ECM EDI EIA EIT
Elementary Stream EMC EMM Encryption EPG Ethernet ETS ETSI FCC FDM FEC
A generic term for a coded bit-stream, be it video, audio or other. Electromagnetic Compatibility. Entitlement Management Message. Encoding of a transmission to prevent access without the appropriate decryption equipment and authorisation. Electronic Programme Guide: On-screen programme listing using thumbnail pictures and/or text. The most widely used local area network (LAN) defined by the IEEE as the 802.3 standard. Transmission speeds vary according to the configuration. Ethernet uses copper or fibre-optic cables. European Telecommunications Standard. European Telecommunications Standards Institute. Federal Communications Commission. Frequency Division Multiplex: A common communication channel for a number of signals, each with its own allotted frequency. Forward Error Correction: A method of catching errors in a transmission. The data is processed through an algorithm that adds extra bits and sends these with the transmitted data. The extra bits are then used at the receiving end to check the accuracy of the transmission and correct any errors. Fast Fourier Transformation: A fast algorithm for performing a discrete Fourier transform. First In, First Out: A data structure or hardware buffer from which items are taken out in the same order they were put in. Also known as a shelf from the analogy with pushing items onto one end of a shelf so that they fall off the other. A FIFO is useful for buffering a stream of data between a sender and receiver that are not synchronised - i.e. they not sending and receiving at exactly the same rate. The area of the Earths surface covered by a satellites downlink transmission. Also (generally) the area from which the satellite can receive uplink transmissions. File Transfer Protocol: A protocol used to transfer files over a TCP/IP network (Internet, UNIX, etc.). For example, after developing the HTML pages for a Web site on a local machine, they are typically uploaded to the Web server, using FTP. Unlike e-mail programs in which graphics and program files have to be attached, FTP is designed to handle binary files directly and does not add the overhead of encoding and decoding the data. The ITU-T standard which defines the physical and electrical characteristics of hierarchical digital interfaces. Group of Pictures: MPEG video compression works more effectively by processing a number of video frames as a block. The TANDBERG Television Encoder normally uses a 12 frame GOP; every twelfth frame is an I frame. Graphical User Interface: The use of pictures rather than just words to represent the input and output of a program. A program with a GUI runs under a windowing system and has a screen interface capable of displaying graphics in the form of icons, drop-down menus and a movable pointer. The on-screen information is usually controlled / manipulated by a mouse or keyboard. High Definition Television. High Power Amplifier: Used in the signal path to amplify the modulated and up-converted broadcast signal for feeding to the uplink antenna. Horizontal (line) SYNCs. A device in a multipoint network at which branch nodes interconnect.
Single Packet Burst Mode
SMATV SMPTE SMS
SNG SNMP Spatial Redundancy SPI Statistical Redundancy TAXI TCP / IP TDM TDT Temporal Redundancy Time-stamp TOT
Transport Stream Packet Header TS
TSDT TSP TVCT U UART UHF Upconvert Uplink UPS
Transport Stream Descriptor Table: A component of the MPEG-2 PSI data. This table describes which type of Transport stream it is in (i.e. DVB, ATSC etc.). It may also contain other descriptors. Transport Stream Processor. Terrestrial Virtual Channel Table (ATSC). 44.45 mm (rack height standard). Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter: A device providing a serial interface for transmitting and receiving data. Ultra High Frequency: A portion of the electromagnetic spectrum covering 300 MHz to 3000 MHz (3 GHz). The process by which the frequency of a broadcast transport stream is shifted to a higher frequency range. The part of the communications satellite circuit that extends from the Earth to the satellite. Uninterruptable Power Supply: A method of supplying backup power when the electrical power fails or drops to an unacceptable voltage level. Small UPS systems provide battery power for a few minutes; enough to power down the computer in an orderly manner. This is particularly important where write back cache is used. Write back cache is where modified data intended for the disk, is temporarily stored in RAM and can be lost in the event of a power failure. Sophisticated systems are tied to electrical generators that can provide power for days. UPS systems typically provide surge suppression and may provide voltage regulation. Universal Time Co-ordinate: An internationally agreed basis for timekeeping introduced in 1972 and based on international atomic time (corresponds to Greenwich Mean Time or GMT). Virtual Channel Table (ATSC). Very High Frequency: A portion of the electromagnetic spectrum covering 30 MHz to 300 MHz. Vertical Interval Time Code. Vertical Interval Test Signal: See: ITS. Video Programming System: A German precursor to PDC Wide Screen Switching: Data used in wide-screen analogue services, which enables a receiver to select the appropriate picture display mode. World System Teletext: System B Teletext. Used in 625 line / 50 Hz television systems (ITU-R 653). A type of programmable Integrated Circuit. Defines the brightness of a particular point on a TV line. The only signal required for black and white pictures.
UTC VCT VHF VITC VITS VPS WSS WST XILINX Y (Luminance)
B. Technical Specification
B.1 Output B-3 B.1.1 International Television Standards..B-3 B.1.2 Video...B-4 Supported Video Resolutions..B-4 Supported Video Bit-rates..B-4 Performance Figures.B-4 Vertical Blanking Signals..B-5 B.2 Audio Decoding and Output Stage..B-5 B.2.1 General..B-5 B.2.2 MPEG Audio..B-6 B.2.3 Dolby Digital AC-3 Audio..B-6 B.2.4 Linear Audio..B-6 B.3 Audio Output Format..B-6 B.3.1 General..B-6 B.3.2 Analogue Audio..B-7 B.3.3 Digital Audio..B-7 B.3.4 Embedded Audio..B-7 B.3.5 Audio Routing..B-7 B.3.6 Dual Mono..B-8 B.3.7 Lip Sync...B-8 B.3.8 Supported Audio Specifications..B-8 B.3.9 Supported Audio Bit-rates..B-8 B.3.10 Analogue Audio Performance..B-9 B.3.11 Digital Audio Outputs.B-9 B.4 Internal Decoder...B-9 B.5 Input Specifications..B-10 B.5.1 QPSK Satellite Receivers..B-10 General..B-10 LNB Power and Control..B-11 B.5.2 8PSK/16QAM Satellite Receivers..B-12 B.5.3 Decoder.. B-14 B.5.4 Frame Sync Connector.. B-15 B.6 Output Specifications... B-15 B.6.1 Video Outputs.. B-15 Analogue Composite Video. B-15 Digital Video.. B-16 B.6.2 Audio Outputs.. B-16 B.6.3 Data Outputs... B-17 RS-232 Asynchronous (Low-speed) Data. B-17 RS-422 Synchronous (High-speed) Data. B-17 B.6.4 Remote Control Connector.. B-17 B.6.5 Alarm Connectors.. B-18 B.7 Environmental.. B-19 B.7.1 Conditions.. B-19 B.7.2 Physical.. B-19 B.8 Power Supply... B-19 B.9 Compliance... B-21 B.9.1 Safety.. B-21 B.9.2 EMC... B-21 B.9.3 CE Marking.. B-22 B.9.4 C-Tick Mark.. B-22
The TT1260 is able to receive audio data in the form of linear PCM digital audio data, up to 20-bits in resolution, and makes it available for output as either analogue or digital audio. A maximum of four audio channels can be decoded from one PES stream.
Audio Output Format
The TT1260 provides an independent stereo pair output for each audio channel. Analogue audio is always output and the following Digital audio formats can be chosen from the User Interface and remote control interfaces:
IEC958 CON AES3 Digital IEC958 compressed (Dolby Digital Digital ONLY) Digital Audio embedded into the Ancillary Data Space of the Serial Digital Video Output.
The TT1260 supports level control of the audio outputs. Independent control of each output of each stereo pair is provided via the User Interface and remote interfaces. Audio output connector type: 2 X 9 way female D-type Output level: +18 dBm nominal clipping level. Selectable in range 12 to +24 dBm. Output impedance: 50 W (nominal). Table B.5: Analogue Audio Performance Requirement
Gain Frequency response Cross talk
0 dBm input level 100 Hz - 15 kHz, 0 dBm input level 20 Hz - 20 kHz, 0 dBm input level 0 dB input level, 100 Hz 0 dB input level, 1 kHz 0 dB input level, 10 kHz
1 dB 0.2 dB +0.5 dB, -1 dB -80 dB -70 dB -60 dB -70 dB -70 dB -65 dB 2 2ms
Distortion Noise Phase Lip sync delay
+8 dBm input level, 100 Hz +8 dBm input level, 6.3 kHz RMS 40 Hz to 15 kHz Depends on synchroniser configuration
Maximum data rate: 3.072 Mbit/s.
EBU Tech. 3250 Specification of the digital audio interface (the AES/EBU interface), 2nd Edition 1992 AES Recommended Practice for Digital Audio Engineering Serial transmission format for two-channel linearly represented digital audio data (Revision of AES3-1985, ANSI S4.40-1985)[1999-02-10 printing] ANSI S4.Recommended Practice for Digital Audio Engineering Serial Transmission Format for Two-Channel Linearly Represented Digital Audio Data (AES 3)
Either or both of the stereo pairs selected for decoding by the Receiver can be routed out via the SDI video output, as AES/EBU digital audio embedded in the Ancillary Data Space, as defined in SMPTE 272M-1994. The operational level of this standard supported is SMPTE 272M A (20-bit synchronous audio at sampling rates of 48kHz).
Presets Menu Items (#1)
The Presets menu contains up to 40 editable preset numbers in the range 01 40. Selecting a Service via the Presets menu automatically reconfigures the TT1260. Where a choice exists, each preset can have a selected language, network name and service provider associated with it. Table C.2: Presets Menu Items
Display title: Presets
Select #YY of 40 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Save XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX as #YY of 40
Where YY is the EDITABLE preset number in the range 01 40; XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX is the stored preset service name Where XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX is the current service name from the SDT; YY is the EDITABLE preset number in the range 01 40
Input Status Menu (#2)
The Input Status menu is the primary menu group for the TT1260. Table C.3: Input Status Menu Items
Display title: Input
WWWWWWWWWW ZZZ TID XXXXX Bit-rate YYY.YY Mbit/s
WWWWWWWWWW is the transport lock status (LOCKED, NOT LOCKED) XXXXX is the transport stream ID YY.YY is the Transport stream rate (YYY.YY above 100 Mbit/s) ZZZ indicates the packet byte length of the current TS (188, 204) The ASI submenu allows the user to edit the ASI input source. The QPSK Satellite submenu accesses the QPSK parameters. The 8PSK/16QAM submenu accesses the 8PSK/16QAM parameters.
ASI QPSK Satellite 8PSK/16QAM
C.5.1 C.5.2 C.5.3
The ASI submenu allows the user to edit the ASI input source. Table C.4: ASI Menu
Display title: ASI
Select Source XXXX
XXXX is the editable ASI input source selection 1, 2, or AUTO
QPSK Satellite Menu
The QPSK Satellite submenu accesses the QPSK parameters. Table C.5: QPSK Satellite Menu
Display title: QPSK Satellite
Quality PV BER -1 -3 -5 1.0 E-8 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX Eb/N0 margin XXX.X dB Select Source Select Source X Source 1 LNB Frequency XXXXX.X MHz Satellite Frequency XXXXX.X MHz Search range XXXXX KHz Symbol rate XX.XXXXXX Msymb/s Modulation FEC XXXX XXXX LNB Power XXXXXXX At YYY LNB 22 kHz XXXXXXXX Source 2 LNB Frequency XXXXX.X MHz Satellite Frequency XXXXX.X MHz Search range XXXXX KHz Symbol rate XX.XXXXXX Msymb/s Modulation FEC XXXX XXXX LNB Power XXXXXXX At YYY LNB 22 kHz XXXXXXXX Sets the Satellite frequency for Source 2. XXXXX.X is the Satellite frequency in MHz. Sets the center frequency search range for Source 2. XXXXX is the search range in KHz Sets the symbol rate for Source 2. XX.XXXXXX is the symbol rate in megasymbols per second XXXX sets the modulation type (QPSK, 8PSK and 16QAM) and XXXX the FEC (1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8, 8/9) for Source 2. The FEC selection is limited to the valid values of the currently selected modulation type XXXXXXX sets the LNB power for Source 2 (ON, OFF, BOOSTED) BOOSTED provides 1V extra power over the ON setting. YYY selects the rating of the power output (18v Horiz, 13v Vert) XXXXXXXX enables or disables LNB 22 kHz control tone for Source 2. (On, Off) Sets the LNB freqency for Source 2. XXXXX.X is the LNB frequency in MHz Sets the Satellite frequency for Source 1. XXXXX.X is the Satellite frequency in MHz. Sets the center frequency search range for Source 1. XXXXX is the search range in KHz Sets the symbol rate for Source 1. XX.XXXXXX is the symbol rate in megasymbols per second XXXX sets the modulation type (QPSK, 8PSK and 16QAM) and XXXX the FEC (1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8, 8/9) for Source 1. The FEC selection is limited to the valid values of the currently selected modulation type XXXXXXX sets the LNB power for Source 1 (ON, OFF, BOOSTED) BOOSTED provides 1V extra power over the ON setting. YYY selects the rating of the power output (18v Horiz, 13v Vert) XXXXXXXX enables or disables LNB 22 kHz control tone for Source 1. (On, Off) Sets the LNB frequency for Source 1. XXXXX.X is the LNB frequency in MHz X is the EDITABLE input source selection 1 or 2 XXX.X is a measure of the signal to noise ratio (first X is + or -) XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX is a bar-graph indicating the current level (10 x -1 to 5 range)
The 8PSK/16QAM submenu accesses the 8PSK/16QAM parameters. Table C.6: 8PSK/16QAM Menu
Display title: 8PSK/16QAM
Quality Eb/NO XXX.X dB Source 1 Modulation FEC XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX is the EDITABLE modulation and FEC rate QPSK 1/2 QPSK 2/3 QPSK 3/4 QPSK 6/7 QPSK 7/8 8PSK 2/3 8PSK 5/6 8PSK 8/9 8PSK Auto 16QAM 3/4 16QAM 7/8 16QAM Auto XXX.X is a measure of the signal to noise ratio (first X is + or -)
Service Menu (#3)
The Service menu allows access to the currently available services. This group provides a summary of the data streams associated with the decoded service. In the case of multiple streams of the same component type, each stream can be selected independently. After making a selection (in EDIT mode using page 1), and selecting the required component data streams (using the other pages), pressing SAVE makes it the current service. The audio, DVB Subtitles, Teletext and data modules will decode according to the default parameters set in other pages. Table C.7: Service Menu
Display title: Service
Video Audio 1
The Video signal status submenu contains information about the currently decoded MPEG-2 video. The Audio 1 signal status submenu contains information about the audio format and quality of the currently decoded audio stream on the primary audio output. The Audio 2 signal status submenu contains information about the audio format and quality of the currently decoded audio stream on the secondary audio output. The Async/Sync Data submenu allow status monitoring and configuration of the low and high speed data.
The Teletext submenu contains information about the audio format and quality of the currently decoded audio stream on the primary output. The VBI status submenu displays the current status of the VBI components. The PCR PID submenu displays the Program Clock Reference packet identifier and its status. The Network ID submenu displays the network ID and the Original Network ID from the current Service Description Tables.
VBI PCR PID Network ID
C.6.6 C.6.7 C.6.8
The Video signal status submenu contains information about the currently decoded MPEG-2 video. Table C.8: Video Menu
Display title: Video
XX Stream PID ZZZZ YYYY Resolution XXXXXXXXX Frame Rate YY.YY Hz Coding mode XXXXX Pixel aspect ratio YYY Rate buffer level XXX% Bit-rate YY.YY Mbit/s 525 line output XXXXXX 625 line output YYYYYY
XX.XX.XX is the software version number
System Restart Menu
The System Restart submenu allows the user to perform a software restart without having to remove and insert the power cable. Table C.33: System Restart Menu
Display title: System Restart
Software restart. Press Edit to cancel and Save to activate.
D. Using the TT1260 with the TANDBERG Director System
D.1 Configuring the TT1260 for Use With Director..D-3 D.1.1 Getting Started...D-3 D.1.2 Using the TT1260 in the Over-air Mode.D-3 D.2 Response to Over-air Commands..D-4 D.2.1 General..D-4 D.2.2 Display On-screen Display (OSD) Messages...D-4 D.2.3 Store Carrier Data...D-4 D.2.4 Set Power-up Channel..D-4 D.2.5 Force Carrier Retune.D-4 D.2.6 Force Service Selection..D-5 D.2.7 Set Emergency Channel.D-5 D.2.8 Set Relays..D-5 D.2.9 Local Lockout..D-5 D.2.10 Abort NCP Command..D-5
Using the TT1260 with the TANDBERG Director System
Configuring the TT1260 for Use With Director
You must have VideoGuard CA, a Director Smart Card and be tuned to a Director stream.
CAUTION Do not repeatedly insert and remove the Director Smart Card.
1. Insert the Director Smart Card before tuning to the service. 2. Check that the unit has VideoGuard installed (Menu #4.3). 3. Set the Receiver to DIRECTOR NCP mode (Menu #6.1). 4. Check that the unit is authorised for de-scrambling the selected service (Menu #4 CA should read VIDEOGUARD ENCRYPTED.)
NOTES. 1. 2. The CA system is unrecognised if the service is shown as CLEAR (that is, unscrambled). In OVER-AIR mode, menu items can not be edited. The Receiver should be moved to LOCAL control for editing.
Using the TT1260 in the Over-air Mode
This section describes the behaviour of the TT1260 when it is controlled over-air using the Receiver Control part of the Director PC GUI. It is assumed that the Receiver is entitled to receive Director commands. Consult the Director Control PC GUI manual for more information. The following commands are supported:
Display On-screen Display (OSD) Messages Store Carrier Data Set Power-up Channel Force Carrier Retune Force Service Selection Set Emergency Channel Set Relays Local Lockout Abort NCP Command
Response to Over-air Commands
Switches the general-purpose relays. This command does not affect the summary alarm relay.
Locks out the LOCAL CONTROL mode but status information can still be viewed. All Director commands are functional. The Receiver can be unlocked locally using a PIN number or over-air using Allow Local Access.
D.2.10 Abort NCP Command
Aborts commands that have been sent but not executed. When a command is received which has an expired execute time, it is acted on immediately.
The TT1260 supports the following languages. These are shown in alphabetical order.
ARABIC BASA BENGALI CHINESE CZECH DANISH DUTCH ENGLISH FINNISH FRENCH GERMAN GREEK GUJARATI HEBREW HINDI HUNGARIAN ICELANDIC INDONESIAN
ARA BAS BEN CHI CZE DAN DUT ENG FIN FRE GER GRK GUJ HEB HIN HUN ICE IND
IRISH ITALIAN JAPANESE JAVANESE KOREAN MALAY NORWEGIAN PORTUGESE ROMANIAN RUSSIAN SPANISH SWEDISH THAI TURKISH URDU VIETNAMESE
IRI ITA JAP JAV KOR MAY NOR POR ROM RUS SPA SWE THA TUR URD VIE
The following non-ISO languages are supported:
MAIN AUX INTERNATIONAL SOUND AUDIO 1 AUDIO 2 AUDIO 3 AUDIO 4 AUDIO 5 AUDIO 6 AUDIO 7 AUDIO 8 AUDIO 9 AUDIO 10 AUDIO 11 AUDIO 12 AUDIO 13 AUDIO 14 AUDIO 15 AUDIO 16
ONE TWO INT AAA AAB AAC AAD AAE AAF AAG AAH AAI AAJ AAK AAL AAM AAN AAO AAP
The non-ISO languages allow tagging of audio without reference to specific languages. The system can then transmit two languages (Main and Auxiliary) which could be any type of audio.
NOTE The non-ISO languages need to be user defined in the MEM or Mobile Contribution Encoder for them to be available.
For language codes not supported by the TT1260, the Receiver will list undefined as the language descriptor. This does not affect the way the audio is selected.
F. Factory Defaults
Units are shipped with the following factory default parameters. These can be restored at any time using the System Menu. All other parameters are unaffected by restoring the factory defaults.
#2 Input ASI #2 Input QPSK/8PSK/16 QAM
2.3 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5 2.3.6 #3 Service 3.1.4 3.1.4 3.1.5 3.1.5 3.1.6 3.1.7 3.1.8 3.1.8 3.1.9 3.1.9 3.1.10 3.1.10 3.1.11 3.1.12 3.1.12 3.2.2 3.2.3
LNB FREQUENCY SATELLITE FREQUENCY SEARCH RANGE SYMBOL RATE MODULATION FEC LNB POWER LNB 22 kHz 525LINE OUTPUT 625 LINE OUTPUT DEFAULT LINE STANDARD FAIL MODE TEST PATTERN FRAME SYNC FSYNC PAL OFFSET FSYNC NTSC OFFSET 4:2:0 DELAY 4:2:2 DELAY MONITOR ASPECT RATIO OUTPUT LEVEL EMBEDDED AUDIO DID 525 START LINE EDH DELAY ADJUSTMENT DIGITAL OUTPUT
Quick Reference Guide
G.1 Setting Up the Input
G.1.1 Satellite Receiver
Table G.1 steps through the setting up the Satellite Receiver using Menu #2 Input, and the QPSK 1 and 2 inputs. The transmission parameters must be known before starting. Table G.1: Tuning the Satellite Receiver
Connect the cable to the QPSK 1 input. Power up the unit and navigate to Menu # 2 Input. Press the Right pushbutton to access Menu # 2.1, then press Edit. Use the Up and Down pushbuttons to SELECT SOURCE 1, then press Edit. Navigate to Source 1, LNB FREQUENCY (Menu # 2.3), then press Edit. Enter the desired LNB frequency in MHz, then press Save. Navigate to Source 1, SATELLITE FREQUENCY (Menu # 2.3.1) then press Edit. Enter the desired Satellite frequency in MHz, then press Save. Navigate to Source 1, SYMBOL RATE (Menu # 2.3.2) then press Edit. Enter the symbol rate in megasymbols, then press Save. Navigate to Source 1, MODULATION FEC (menu # 2.3.3) then press Edit. Select the desired modulation form and FEC rate, then press Save. Navigate to Source 1, LNB POWER (menu # 2.3.4) then press Edit. Select the LNB power setting and select the desired voltage level, then press Save. Navigate to Source 1, LNB 22 kHz (menu # 2.3.5) then press Edit. Select to enable or disable 22 kHz tone, then press Save. Navigate to Source 1, SEARCH RANGE (Menu # 2.3.6) then press Edit. Enter the search range for the centre frequency in kHz, then press Save. Return to Input Menu # 2.1, it should display the current status. If status is NOT LOCKED, verify that the cable is properly connected and that all values have been entered correctly. To configure QPSK Input 2, connect the cable to the QPSK 2 input, then repeat steps 4 to 11. However, use the Source 2 menus for the input configuration.
Table G.2 steps through the setting up the Decoder using Menu #2 Input, and the ASI 1 and 2 inputs. The transmission parameters must be known before starting. Table G.2: Setting-up the Decoder
Connect the ASI cable to either of the ASI inputs, ASI 1 or ASI 2. Power up the unit and navigate to Menu # 2 Input. Press the Right pushbutton to access Menu # 2.1, then press Edit. Use the Up and Down pushbuttons to select the correct source. If only one of the inputs has an active connection, the input can be left at AUTO. Press Save. Verify the connection status in the Input Menu # 2.
Each transport stream may contain many Services. Menu #3 allows a Service to be chosen as current and the parameters of its components to be specified. Table G.3: Setting Up a Service
Go to Menu # 3.1 Service, then press Edit. Use the Up and Down pushbuttons to select the desired source, then press Save. Navigate to Menu # 3.2, Audio 1. Verify that the correct audio component is selected. If not, press Edit, select the correct component, then press Save. If the desired component is not present it is possible to select the last available component in the list and enter a PID and type for the component. Repeat step 4 for the following: Audio 2 (Menu # 3.3), Async/Sync Data (Menu # 3.4), Teletext (Menu # 3.5), VBI (Menu # 3.6) and PCR (Menu # 3.7). Several of these menus may contain sub menus, further affecting the presentations of the components.
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TT1260 MPEG-2/DVB (4:2:2)
Professional Single Channel Receiver
The TT1260 is a professional grade receiver decoder providing high quality MPEG-2 4:2:2P@ML and 4:2:0MP@ML decoding and advanced features for high performance applications.
Flexibility A large range of input interface options including QPSK, 8PSK, 16QAM, COFDM, ASI, TTV G.703 and IP MPEG-2 4:2:0MP@ML or 4:2:2P@ML Multiple Video and Audio output formats Secure Transmission The TT1260 supports a range of secure CA systems to meet the need for secure encrypted transmission of content DVB Common Interface (CI) BISS (1&E) RAS (1&2) TANDBERG Director Reduced cost of operations Remote over-air control of receiver population via TANDBERG Director Easy to use front panel control with context sensitive guidance Control of multiple receivers via the TANDBERG Device Controller (TDC) or via SNMP Transfer Private Data The TT1260 can receive several data formats including low-speed (RS232), high-speed (RS422) or High Speed Data over Ethernet (Data-Piping).
Satelite Contribution & Distribution
A range of features makes this receiver ideal for highest quality reliable Distribution & Contribution of content. Support for very high bit-rate transport streams QPSK or higher order modulation schemes (8PSK or 16QAM) 4:2:2P@ML decoding providing maximum quality MPEG-2 video SDI, analogue (PAL/NTSC) and Transport Stream (ASI) outputs Options for secure transmission including Common Interface, RAS, BISS and TANDBERG Director descrambling functions. TANDBERG Director allows over air control of individual receivers, software download and forced tuning. These functions reduce the need to send service personnel to remote locations.
Telcom Contribution & Distribution
The TT1260 is an ideal solution for an operator in the Telco Contribution and Distribution market with a built in TTV G.703 or 10/100 BaseT IP interface. For a more extensive telco interface range, the TT1260 is fully compatible with the TT6120 Medialink interface converter. The full range of TT1260 functionality is accessible via its SNMP port using either the TANDBERG Device Controller (TDC) or nCompass control and monitoring solutions*. This enables the user to gain full control of the TT1260s advanced functionality from a remote location.
The TT1260 in combination with the E5740, the TANDBERG Encoder designed specifically for mobile applications, creates the perfect solution with a complete matching of input, output and security features.
TT1260 Common Interface (TT1260/CIBAS)
The Common Interface (CI) variant of the TT1260 is able to accept one Conditional Access Module (CAM) enabling the user to select the desired CA system and have the flexibility to change CA system at a later stage.
TT1260 - Director (TT1260/DIRBAS)
The TANDBERG Director version of the TT1260 enables a secure transmission of valuable content and also the added benefit of over-air control reducing the need for local operators.
*Refer to TDC release document for availability
Transport Stream Input Options
The TT1260 comes with a range of Interface formats covering applications like Satellite Contribution & Distribution, Telco Contribution, Digital Terrestrial and Mobile applications. Equipped with the most extensive input interface range in the market, the TT1260 offers a space efficient cost optimised solution. QPSK Input ASI Input COFDM Input Higher Order Modulation Input 8PSK License 16QAM License G.703 Input IP Input (TT1260/HWO/QPSK) (TT1260/HWO/ASI) (TT1260/HWO/COFDMx) (TT1260/HWO/HOM) (TT1260/SWO/8PSK) (TT1260/SWO/16QAM) (TT1260/HWO/G703) (TT1260/HWO/IP)
The Transport Stream is increasingly being used for transferring data for applications like Telephony, Internet Access, Nonreal time Video transfer or Price book download. The TT1260 can handle data transfer alongside the video signals at up to 5Mbit/sec (2 Mbit/sec for RS-422 data) and there is a choice of data interface depending on the transfer rate required. High Speed Data Output High Speed Data over Ethernet (TT1260/HWO/HSDATA) (TT1260/SWO/HSETHER)
The TT1260 is designed to operate in applications from large multi channel Head-Ends to small flyaway systems. All these systems require different forms of control and the TT1260 comes with a comprehensive set of control interfaces. With RS232/485 as standard and the possibility to upgrade to SNMP control, the TT1260 can easily fit into most applications. SNMP Remote Control (TT1260/SWO/SNMP)
Conditional Access solutions are well catered for in the TT1260 with DVB Common Interface allowing implementations using all major vendors security systems. Alternatively TANDBERG Televisions own highly secure TANDBERG Director CA and control software can be used allowing complete management of a network of receivers. BISS RAS 1 RAS 2 TANDBERG Director (TT1260/SWO/BISS) (TT1260/SWO/RAS) (TT1260/SWO/RAS2) (TT1260/SWO/DIR)
Stream Processing Options
The TT1260 is able to perform several Transport Stream processing manipulations. This includes operating at very low symbol-rates ideal for mobile applications, and 4:2:0 only operations for cost sensitive applications. Low Symbolrate Operation 4:2:0 Only Operation (TT1260/SWO/LSYM) (TT1260/SWO/420)
ASI IN 1 ASI IN 2 ALARM ALARM RELAY RS232/RS485 REMOTE SMARTCARD DATA OUT ASI OUT 1 ASI OUT 2 AUDIO 1 AUDIO 2 CVBS 1 CVBS 2 SDI 1 SDI 2 FRAME SYNC HI-Z 10/100 BASE-T SAFETY LABEL ON SIDE ->
VIDEO AND AUDIO FORMATS
Video Decoding of one video service 422P@ML up to 50 Mbps MP@ML up to 15 Mbps (4:2:0 Video Only Mode Option available) Audio Decoding of two audio services Musicam: Analogue and digital output 20bit PCM@48 kHz: Analogue and digital output Dolby AC-3 2.0: Analogue and digital output Dolby E: Digital pass-through only All de-compressed audio embedded in SDI Dual Composite and Dual SDI video output Simultaneous analogue and digital audio output Extensive VBI support, including VBI in picture VBI inserted in both composite and SDI output
DVB-T COFDM input Connector: Frequency range: Channel bandwidth: Carrier mode: Carrier modulation: Hierarchy: Spectral inversion: Frame Synch Connector:
F-type (female), 50 ohm 47-862MHz 6MHz, 7MHz or 8MHz 2K and 8K selectable QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM Autodetected High/low Normal/inverted BNC (female)
DVB QPSK input Connector: Frequency range: Symbol rates: LNB power: 22KHz tone: Spectral inversion: DVB ASI input Connector: Sustained TS data rate: Maximum burst time: ASI Mode: Packet Length: TTV G.703 Connector: Network: Input: Bit-rates: IP Connector: Format: FEC: Higher Order Modulation Modulation: Symbol Rate: Transport stream: QPSK FEC: 8PSK FEC: 16 QAM FEC:
DVB ASI Output Connector: BNC (female) 75 ohm Sustained transport stream data rate: 160Mbps (CA system dependent) Enable/disable descrambling of selected service Data RS-232 Low speed data (Max 38.4 Kbps) RS-422 High speed data (Max 2048 Kbps) Ethernet High speed data (Max 5000 kbps) Data-Piping only Alarm Relay Alarm Relays (summary and user customizable) Connector: 9Dsub, male Data Format: Asynchronous RS232
F-type (female), 75 ohm 950-2150MHz 1-45 Mbaud/s 13V, 18V or off On/off Automatic Dual BNC (female), 50 ohm 160Mbps 370s at 216Mbps Spread byte and packet burst modes. Auto-detecting 188/204 byte packets. BNC (female) G.703 compliant PDH E3 or DS-3 (selectable) 34 or 45 Mbit/s versions RJ 45 10/100 BaseT Auto Detect QPSK, 8PSK and 16QAM Msymb/s Up to 110 Mbps 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6 and 7/8 2/3, 5/6 and 8/9 3/4 and 7/8
Conditional Access options DVB Common Interface TANDBERG Director TANDBERG RAS-1 & 2 BISS mode-1& E Front panel keypad and LCD TDC remote control via SNMP Remote control via RS-232, TANDBERG remote control protocol Remote control via RS-232 / RS-485, fully implemented Alteia remote control protocol TANDBERG Director inband remote control (only available with TANDBEG Director CA version)
PHYSICAL AND POWER
Dimensions:(W x H x D) 435 x 275 x 44mm Input Voltage: 110/240VAC Cooling: Integrated fan, units may be stacked on top of each other Operating Temperature: 0C to +50C (without DVB CI module) Storage Temperature: -20C to +60C Relative Humidity: 5 to 95% CE compliant, UL compliant
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