The Resi DVB-T / ISDB-T modulator card is used to feed any DVB signal source into an existing 75 OHM coaxial cabling.
The Resi modulator card outputs a DVB-T or ISDB-T compatible data stream. For example, DVB-S/S2 channels fed in or even entire transponders are converted into DVB-T transponders according to your own ideas.
The RESI DVB-T / ISDB-T SDR Modulator V2 is used to feed any DVB signal source (hard disk, DVB-S, DVB-C, etc.) into an existing coaxial cabling system.
14 transponders according to DVB-T / ISDB-T specification
Frequency range: 114 - 858 MHz
Modulation types: QPSK, QAM 16, QAM 64
Signal / noise ratio: 42dB
Output power at 14 channels (per channel): 97 dBµV
Other outputs can also be made on the DVB-T / ISDB-T transponders, such as a video stream of a file for the hotel's daily programme (Hotel TV) or the picture from a surveillance camera.
If you install a Common Interface in the system, you can even feed pre-decrypted programmes into the DVB-T / ISDB-T transponders.
With our Common Interfaces with MTD technology, you can decode up to 4 channels simultaneously, even on different transponders! (Please note the regulations of your PayTV provider or the regional public broadcasters).
Possible data sources:
DVB-S/S2 (Max S8 / SX8 / SX8 Basic)
DVB-C/C2 (Max A8, Max M4)
Video stream from a hard disk
Due to its low profile, the RESI FSM fits into low and full profile housings.
The power consumption of the RESI DVB-T / ISDB-T SDR Modulator V2 is 20 watts.
For operation, application software is required, which is not included in the scope of delivery. For application developers, sample programs under Linux available.
This product was developed and produced in Germany
SDR Modulator for software based modulation for digital and analog into existing coaxial cabling. Older PAL equipment can be re-used, with current channel offerings, eg: hospitals, housing complexes, training centers, etc.
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.
The cost of a project for the entire reconstruction of a building complex to digital technology can quickly increase your project. In many areas, already and in coming years, the analog TV will switched off. With the Digital Devices RESI SDR Modulator, you save costs for the purchase of digital devices where it is not absolutely necessary.