MTS430

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Features & Benefits

  • Industry’s Fastest Analysis Engine enables Reduced Time to Insight, Rapid Development, Evaluation, Deployment, and Diagnostics of Next-generation DTV and IPTV Systems and Services
  • A Wide Range of DTV Standards are Supported, including MPEG, DVB, ATSC, ISDB, and ISDB-TB (Brazil). Specific SI for Terrestrial, Cable, and Satellite, plus Regional Variations of these Standards are also Supported
  • Range of Interfaces and Analysis Capabilities provide the Necessary Connectivity to Diagnose Problems Anywhere in the Network Environment, whether that be Transmission Links (RF or IP Layer) or Content Processing (TS Layer)
  • Connect to both IP Version 4 and 6 Networks, including those using IGMP and MLD Multicast Protocols Respectively
  • Analyze both Constant and Variable Bit Rate Streams (CBR and VBR)*1
  • Integrated Cross-layer Fault Analysis and Logging provides One-box Solution for Fault Diagnosis, Reducing Time to Insight when Troubleshooting
  • Playout Functionality provides Stimulus with Parametric Capabilities and IP Multisession Replication to Characterize Behavior of Network or Device Under Test
  • CaptureVu™ Technology Captures and Analyzes System Events in Real Time and Deferred Time to Debug the Intermittent and Complex Problems that Traditional Analyzers Miss
  • Innovative Program-centric User Interface brings Expert Power to the Novice User
  • H.264 Buffer Analysis, Multiplexing, and ES Compliance Checking provide the Most Powerful Suite of Tools for Creation and Analysis of Transport Streams containing H.264 Content
  • Both Buffer Analysis and Multiplexing are Now Available for MPEG-4 AAC, a Mandatory ISDB-TB Audio CODEC. These compliment the existing MPEG-4 AAC ES Compliance Checking
  • Try Before You Buy: Demo Versions of the TSCA, Multiplexer, and Buffer Analyzer are Available to Download

Applications

Equipment Manufacturers – Research & Development
  • CaptureVu™ Technology allows Rapid Isolation and Debugging of Equipment and System Faults
  • High-performance Line Rate Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) IP Connectivity and Integrated Cross-layer Analysis enable Diagnosis of Complex Timing Problems in Video over IP and IPTV Network Equipment
  • Multiplexer/Remultiplexer allows Flexible Test Stream Creation and Modification
  • Rapid and In-depth Analysis of Selected Elements of Transport Streams to Confirm Functionality and Compliance to Standards
  • Set-top Box Buffer Testing and Verification
  • Elementary Stream Analysis Option for Codec Design and Optimization

*1 Some timing-related measurements are not possible with VBR streams.

Summary of MTS430 Standard Tools

Standard Tools

Optional Tools

Real- and Deferred-time Transport Stream Compliance Analyzer (TSCA)

Carousel Analyzer

Player

Carousel Generator

T-STD Buffer Analyzer

MPEG-2 ES Analyzer

PES Analyzer

MTS4EA ES Analyzer

T-clips Test Streams

   

TS Editor and Cutter

   

Multiplexer

   

Additional software license with either TS or ES package

   

Standard Interfaces

Optional Interfaces

ASI

IP Video (10/100/1000BASE-T, 1000BASE-SX, LX, ZX)

LVDS (DVP Parallel)

DVB-S: QPSK (L-Band) and Turbo 8PSK

SMPTE 310M

DVB-T: COFDM

Ethernet IP (10/100/1000BASE-T) Use with Player only

DVB-C: QAM

   

ATSC-T: 8VSB

Further details of individual tools are available within the Additional Resources.

Transport Stream Compliance Analyzer (TSCA)

The TSCA offers significant enhancements over traditional software­based deferred-time (stored streams) MPEG analyzers. The combination of an innovative high-speed analysis engine and built-in intelligence, allows ultra-fast pinpointing and debugging of intermittent faults in MPEG Transport Streams used in next-generation DTV and IPTV systems and services.

The TSCA also provides real-time analysis of Transport Streams received through the MTS430’s stream interfaces, including IP and RF. The real-time analysis includes Cross Layer time-correlated IP and TS measurements, alarms, and error logging together with stream recording.

The TSCA includes the CaptureVu™ technology and PCR measurement and graphing capabilities. CaptureVu™ technology captures and analyzes system events in real time and deferred time to debug the intermittent and complex problems that traditional analyzers miss.

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Transport Stream Compliance Analyzer

Standards compliance is ensured through built-in customizable scripting supporting the broadest ranges of ratified and evolving DTV standards, including ATSC, DVB-C, DVB-H, DVB-S, DVB-T, ISDB-S, ISDB-T, ISDB-TB, and MPEG. To maintain compatibility with the latest standards, flexibility is the key. New standards and proprietary tables can easily be catered for by loading Tektronix-supplied updates, or creating your own custom scripts.

Users can configure the TSCA software to display stream information in user-selected fonts. This feature enables you to view stream information in your local language or to use custom fonts.

Duplex operation of the real-time TSCA and Player allows end-to-end system test (maximum aggregate bit rate is 214 Mb/s for simultaneous input and output operation)*2

*2 Duplex is not available for Transport Streams over IP.

Playout (Transport Stream Generation) and Recording

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MPEG Player

The Player tool provides a Transport Stream stimulus for a device under test through the ASI, SMPTE310, LVDS (DVB Parallel), or IP stream interfaces. Continuous playout of looped streams is possible at up to maximum ASI rate of 214 Mb/s with automatic updating of time stamps. Playout rate can be automatically determined from file PCRs or manually set. Simultaneous playout and recording (duplex operation) for end­to­end system test is supported with the ASI/SMPTE310M and LVDS interfaces.

Playout through the IP interface provides stimulus with parametric capabilities and multisession replication to characterize behavior of a network or device under test. This capability enables equipment manufacturers developing hardware or software solutions for video distribution over IP and IPTV to ensure quality and performance of products, resulting in reduced development costs and accelerated roll out of next-generation IP broadcast services.

Multiplexer and SI Table Editor

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Multiplexer

When testing network elements or set-top boxes, a Transport Stream of the representative type needed is often not available. Even if there is a similar one, vital components within it may be missing or suffer from a lack of SI (Service Information) or other tables, or are multiplexed to the incorrect Transport Stream rate for the application.

Use the Multiplexer/Remultiplexer/Demultiplexer application to create and modify multiprogram Transport Streams with custom SI/PSI/PSIP information for DVB, ATSC, ISDB*3, and MPEG-compliant Transport Streams.

Video and audio Elementary Streams may also be multiplexed into a Transport Stream. H.264 streams both with and without SEI timing messages are supported. Bit rate and frame rate auto-detection features aid the import process.

This enables the user to create their own test streams that they can use to validate and debug their designs more quickly, and also to create errored streams to perform parametric stress testing and ensure robustness and quality of their MPEG-2 or H.264 implementation.

The Make Seamless wizard is provided with the Multiplexer. When looping a Transport Stream to simulate continuous playout, errors can be generated at the loop point caused by discontinuities in timing information. The Make Seamless wizard provides the opportunity of creating a seamless version of a Transport Stream file by adjusting SI and ES components within the stream.

*3 This includes ISDB-TB (Brazil) and Single Segment mode.

Buffer Analyzer

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Buffer Analyzer

When developing professional and consumer equipment, particularly encoders and set-top boxes, the characteristics of the test streams being either generated or used as stimulus need to be ascertained. Of critical importance amongst these characteristics is adherence to the buffer model. That is, when the stream is processed by a receiver, will any of the internal buffers be caused to either under- or overflow. Consequences of these conditions will be freeze frames and receiver resets.

There are two types of buffer model; the one to use by the receiver is signaled within the Elementary Stream itself. The T-STD method is based upon the DTS values within the PES header and can be used for any contained CODEC type. Additionally, certain video CODECs such as MPEG-2 and H.264/AVC may contain buffer parameters within the ES itself. The Buffer Analyzer verifies conformance of a stream to the T-STD model. Verification of the H.264/AVC HRD method is covered by the MTS4EA product.

Packetized Elementary Stream (PES) Analyzer

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Packetized Elementary Stream Analyzer

When developing professional and consumer equipment, particularly encoders and set-top boxes, the characteristics of the test streams being either generated or used as stimulus need to be ascertained. The header associated with each PES packet is of particular interest, as it contains the decode and presentation time stamps (DTS and PTS) for the contained Elementary Stream. Errors in these time stamps may cause resets or picture freeze problems at the receiver in extreme cases. They are more typically the cause of lip sync problems where the time stamps of associated video and audio streams are not synchronized. The PES Analyzer is designed to help address these problems as well as verify conformance of the PES header contents to the MPEG, DVB, and ATSC standards.

Creating, Editing, and Resizing Transport Streams

Two direct stream manipulation packages are supplied as standard with the MTS430. TS Cutter allows resizing of Transport Streams. TS Editor allows direct editing of Transport Streams using a hexadecimal view as well as a header interpretation guide.

Summary of MTS430 Optional Tools

MTS4EA ES Analyzer
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MTS4EA

Whether developing a new CODEC chip, integrating a CODEC into professional or consumer equipment, or integrating different vendor’s equipment when rolling out new services, the ability to verify the compliance of an Elementary Stream is crucial. This tool checks for compliance of an Elementary Stream to either next-generation VC-1, AVC/H.264, and MPEG-4 standards, or legacy MPEG-2 and H.263. Audio decode and waveform display of MPEG-2 audio (ISO/IEC 13818 parts 3 and 7), AC-3, and MPEG-4 AAC are also supported.

Comprehensive diagnostic capabilities including semantic trace view to determine Frame-by-Frame and Block-by-Block encoder decision making. Synchronized displays allow the user to quickly ascertain the details of each reported error. A bitstream editor allows the effects of planned encoder updates to be quickly understood.

Elementary Stream (ES) Analyzer
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MPEG-2 ES Analyzer

The ES Analyzer is intended for CODEC design, optimization, and conformance purposes. It provides the ability to view the moving picture from within a PES stream and carry out a whole range of sophisticated tests on the lower layers of an Elementary Stream within a Transport Stream. In addition, it both analyzes and displays a range of extended media formats, including ATSC Closed Captions, DVB Subtitles, and Teletext associated with video Elementary Streams.

For analysis of MPEG-4, AVC/H.264, and VC-1 as well as MPEG-2 Elementary Streams, please refer to the MTS4EA.

Carousel Analyzer
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Carousel Analyzer

When developing either data or object carousels for interactive applications, designers not only need to verify the content of carousels, but also whether they are compliant with the relevant standards, and to optimize the settings between transmission bandwidth and responsiveness of the user experience. These settings are mainly concerned with the repetition rates of the various carousel groups. The Carousel Analyzer is designed to address all of these needs for a Transport Stream file containing carousel components. It analyzes carousels compliant with MPEG-2 DSM-CC, DVB (including MHP), DTT (MHEG-5), or ARIB standards.

Carousel Generator
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Carousel Generator

The Carousel Generator product is used for creating object carousel contents within an output Transport Stream. This is particularly useful in test situations where the effects of varying parameters, such as individual repetition intervals, may be quickly ascertained. The generator will create object carousels conforming to the MPEG-2 DSM-CC, DVB, DTT (MHEG-5), or MHP standards.

Performance You Can Count On

Depend on Tektronix to provide you with performance you can count on. In addition to industry-leading service and support, this product comes backed by a one-year warranty as standard.

Characteristics

Platform Characteristics

Characteristic

Description

Operating System

Microsoft Windows XP Pro

Processor

Intel Pentium P4, 2.8 GHz minimum

Disk Storage For Operating System And Software Applications

250 GB, Ultra ATA100 IDE Hard Drive

Disk Storage For Captured Video Streams

144 GB (two × 72GB SCSI Hard Disk Drives)

Video Stream Storage Disk I/O Port

SCSI-3 (Ultra 160), Micro D68 connector, 68 pin,

RAM

1 GB (one SIM of DDRS memory)

Optical Storage Drive

CD-R/W / DVD-R/RW / DVD+R/RW

Display

LCD, 1024×768, 10.4 inch

External VGA Output

15 pin, High-density, D-sub. Resolution needs to be set to the same as the integral LCD display

Ethernet

One 10/100BASE-T; RJ45 connector

One 10/100/1000BASE-T; RJ45 connector

Keyboard Port

Mini DIN, PS-2, one at the rear and one at left front side

(Not hot pluggable)

Mouse Port

Mini DIN, PS-2, one at the rear and one at left front side

(Not hot pluggable)

Printer Port

IEEE P1284

COM Port

RS-232

USB Port

2 × USB 2.0

Instrument Characteristics

External Reference/Clock Input

Characteristic

Description

Input Connector Type

50 Ω, BNC, AC coupled

Frequency

8.12698 MHz, 10 MHz, 27 MHz (<1 ppm recommended)

Amplitude

0 ±6 dBm (Peak-to-Peak, Sine Wave), 0.5 V to 3.0 V (Square Wave)

Clock Inputs

   Frequency

160 kHz to 25 MHz (Parallel Clock), 1.28 MHz to 32 MHz (Serial Clock)

   Amplitude

0.5 V to 3.0 V (Square Wave)

External Trigger Input

Characteristic

Description

Input Connector Type

1 kΩ, BNC

Threshold Level

Rising/Falling edge programmable

High Level

>3.5 V (The maximum limit voltage is 7 V)

Low Level

<0.8 V

SPI I/O

Characteristic

Description

SPI Input Connector Type

D-sub 25 pin

Output Amplitude

240 mV to 550 mV BUS LVDS with 100 Ω termination

Data Rate

250 Kb/s to 108 Mb/s (in accordance DVB specification maximum)

Output Impedance

100 Ω between differential outputs with “Output Off”

Data Delay

±5 ns from DCLK rising edge

Input level

>200 mVp-p (RI+)-(RI-) with 100 Ω termination

Input Impedance

100 Ω between differential inputs

ASI

Characteristic

Description

Connector

BNC (uses a common connector with the SMPTE 310M interface)

75 Ω transformer-coupled input and output

800 mV ±10% into 75 Ω load output

200 mV to 880 mV input

Return loss less than –17 dB (5 MHz to 270 MHz) into a 75 Ω load

Bit Rate

250 Kb/s to 214 Mb/s (in accordance DVB specification maximum)

Input and output aggregate bit rate (simplex or duplex operation)

SMPTE310M

Characteristic

Description

Connector

BNC (uses a common connector with the ASI interface)

75 Ω transformer coupled input and output

800 mV ±10% into 75 Ω load output

200 mV to 880 mV input

Return loss < –17 dB (5 MHz to 38.785316 MHz) at 75 Ω load

Bit Rate

19,392,658.5 b/s

Standalone Software System Requirements

Note: Required when software is purchased to be installed on a user’s own PC.

  • PC with Genuine Intel Pentium class 1.2 GHz processor
  • Intel or 100% compatible motherboard chipset
  • Windows 2000 or Windows XP Operating System
  • Internet Explorer 5.0 or above
  • 256 MB of RAM
  • 500 MB of available hard disk space for the applications and documentation
  • Additional space will be required for storage of captured video streams
  • SVGA (800×600) resolution video adapter and monitor (XVGA (1024×768) or higher resolution recommended)
  • CD-ROM or DVD drive
  • Keyboard and Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device
  • Video-over-IP analysis option requires a standard network interface card (NIC)
  • Detailed graphical displays provided by the next-generation compressed video analyzer (MTS4EA) require Microsoft Excel
Interface Options Characteristics

IP Video Interface (Option IPTVD)

Characteristic

Description

Ethernet Ports

10/100/1000BASE-T, 1000BASE-SX, LX, ZX

Port Options

Opt. IPTVD Gigabit Ethernet Interface with 10/100/1000BASE-T RJ45 electrical port

Optical SFP modules which plug into IP Video Card GE to provide optical connectivity

Opt. SX 1000BASE-SX Short Wavelength Optical port with LC connector for Gigabit Ethernet Interface (Multi Mode 850 nm)

Opt. LX 1000BASE-LX Long Wavelength Optical port with LC connector for Gigabit Ethernet Interface (Single Mode 1310 nm)

Opt. ZX 1000BASE-ZX Optical port with LC connector for Gigabit Ethernet Interface (Single Mode 1550 nm)

Maximum Data Rate

Line rate

ASI Output

ASI compliant with specification EN 50083-9ASI smoothing can be activated to compensate for bursty IP traffic

Protocol Stack Support

IPv4 and v6 support

UDP/IP/Ethernet

UDP/IP/VLAN/Ethernet

RTP/UDP/IP/Ethernet

RTP/UDP/IP/VLAN/Ethernet

Multicast and Control Support

IGMP v2 and v3

MLD v1 and v2

ARP

ICMP (Inbound and Outbound ping)

IP Packet Support

7 Transport Stream packets per IP packet (188 byte packets)

FEC (FEC is parsed but is not processed)

IP Video Metrics

Session Support Discovery of up to 500 IP sessions

Simultaneous monitoring of key parameters including Continuity Count and Sync Byte

Packet Interarrival Time (PIT) for all sessions

RTP sessions are monitored for Out of Order and Dropped Packets

COFDM Interface Characteristics (Option CF)

Characteristic

Description

Input Frequency Range

50 MHz to 858 MHz

Channel Bandwidth

6 MHz, 7 MHz, and 8 MHz (SW selectable)

Connector Style

F-type with BNC adaptor

Input Termination Impedance

75 Ω nominal

Input Return Loss

7 dB typical 50 MHz to 858 MHz

Rx Lock Status

Indicated by LED on rear panel and by the UI

Modulation Scheme Supported

QPSK (4QAM), 16QAM, and 64QAM modulation

Transmission Modes

2K carriers and 8K carriers

Hierarchical Modes

All hierarchies are be supported, including no hierarchy, and alpha = 1, 2, and 4

Viterbi Puncture Rates

1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8

Guard Interval

1/32, 1/16, 1/8, 1/4

Spectrum Polarity

The receiver will operate with both inverted and normal spectral polarity

Input Signal Amplitude Range*4

QPSK (4QAM): –85 dBm to –15 dBm (24 dBuV to 94 dBuV) typical

16QAM: –80 dBm to –15 dBm (29 dBuV to 94 dBuV) typical

64QAM: –72 dBm to –15 dBm (37 dBuV to 94 dBuV) typical

RF Measurements

Carrier Offset

Carrier offset is measured from the tuned channel frequency to a accuracy of ±50 ppm typical

Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR)

Display Range:

6 dB to 40 dB for QPSK (4QAM):

11 dB to 40 dB for 16QAM

16 dB to 40 dB for 64QAM

Resolution: 1 dB

Accuracy: ±1 dB to 30 dB SNR (measured at –30 dBm in high-resolution mode) typical

EVM (Error Vector Magnitude)

Display Range:

1% to 30% RMS, for QPSK

1% to 20% RMS, 16QAM

1% to 8.5% RMS, 64QAM

Resolution: 0.1%

Modulation Error Ratio (MER) with Equalizer

Both MER Peak and MER Average are displayed as measured across all carriers

Display Range:

6 dB to 37 dB for QPSK (4QAM)

11 dB to 37 dB for 16QAM

16 dB to 37 dB for 64QAM

Resolution: 0.1 dB

Accuracy: ±1 dB to 30 dB (measured at –30 dBm in high-resolution mode) typical

Constellation

The RF constellation is displayed on the UI

Channel Impulse Response

Measurement of channel impulse response and SFN delay

Channel Spectral Response

Active receive channel spectrum, RF level vs. frequency

Bit Error Ratio (BER)

Pre FEC, BER, and Error Sec BER values are displayed

Post Reed Solomon BER

Post RS BER (Uncorrectable Error Count) displayed

Transport Error Flag (TEF)

Alarm generated on detection of a TEF

*4 For compliance with IEC61000-4-3 (Immunity) the Input Signal Amplitude must be ≥ –40 dBm.

8VSB Interface Characteristics (Option VS)

Characteristic

Description

Input Frequency Range

54 MHz to 860 MHz, VHF/UHF channels 2 to 69 (to include low VHF frequencies)

Input Signal Level

–72 dBm to –6 dBm (–23 dBmV to +43 dBmV) typical

Modulation Format

8VSB in accordance with ATSC A/53B

Receiver Bandwidth

6 MHz

Input Termination Impedance

75 Ω nominal

Connector Type

F-type Connector

Input Return Loss

5 dB typical

RF Measurements

RF Lock

RF lock is indicated by a LED on the rear panel and a status indicator on the UI

Input Level

Range:

–72 dBm to –2 dBm

–23 dBmV to +47 dBmV relative to 75 Ω

Resolution: 1 dB

Accuracy: ±3 dB up to –6 dBm input level typical

≥ –50 dBm to ensure compliance to IEC 61000-4-3 immunity

Error Vector Magnitude (EVM)

Display Range: 3% to 12.5% rms

Resolution: 0.1% typical

Equivalent Modulation Error Ratio (MER)

Display Range: 15 dB to 36 dB

Resolution: 1 dB

Accuracy:

±1 dB for MER <25 dB typical

±3 dB for MER 25 dB to 31 dB typical

Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR)

Display Range: 15 dB to 35 dB

Resolution: 1 dB

Accuracy:

±1 dB for SNR <25 dB

±3 dB for SNR 25 dB to 35 dB typical

Bit Error Ratio (BER)

Pre FEC, SER, and Error Sec BER values displayed on UI

QPSK (L-Band) and Turbo 8PSK Interface Card (Option EP)

Characteristic

Description

Interface option EP provides both QPSK (L-Band) and Turbo 8PSK interface and measurement capability

Input Frequency Range

950 MHz to 2150 MHz step size of 1 MHz

Input Signal Amplitude Range

–60 dBm to –30 dBm for CBER <1e–6

Modulation Format

QPSK in accordance with ETSI EN 300 421

Modulated Baud Rate

1 MBaud min, 30 MBaud max

Viterbi Values Supported

1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 6/7, 7/8

FEC

In accordance with ETSI EN 300 421

Turbo Viterbi Values Supported

1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8

Turbo FEC

Turbo Code

Connector Style

F-style

Input Termination Impedance

75 Ω nominal

LNB Supply Voltage

Selectable; 13.0 V ±1.5 V or 18.0 V ±1.5 V

LNB Supply Maximum Current

200 mA maximum

LNB 22 kHz Signaling Frequency

17.6 kHz min, 26.4 kHz max (22 kHz ±20%)

LNB 22 kHz Signaling Amplitude

600 mVp-p nominal with 100 Ω load

Modes Supported

Turbo QPSK, QPSK DSS, QPSK DCII, QPSK DVB

RF Measurements

RF Lock

RF lock is indicated to the user by an LED on the rear panel and a status icon on the UI

Input Level (Signal strength)

Range: –60 dBm to –30 dBm

Resolution: 1 dBm

Accuracy: ±5 dBm typical

EVM (Error Vector Magnitude)

Display Range: ≤4.0% to ≥30.0% rms

Resolution: 0.1%

MER (Modulation Error Ratio) with Equalizer

Display Range: 10 to 26 dB with Equalizer

Resolution: 1 dB

Accuracy: ±2 dB typical for range 10 to 20 dB

SNR (Signal-to-Noise Ratio)

Display Range: 5 to 35 dB

Resolution: 1 dB

Accuracy: ±2 dB typical for range from 5 to 30 dB

Pre Reed Solomon (RS) BER

Pre RS BER is displayed on the UI

Post RS BER and TEF (Transport Error Flag)

Post Reed Solomon BER (TEF ratio), TEF rate, and number of Transport Error Flags (TEF count) are displayed on the UI

Constellation

The RF constellation is displayed on the UI

Turbo 8PSK Interface Characteristics (Option EP)

Characteristic

Description

Input Frequency Range

950 MHz to 2150 MHz in 100 kHz steps

Modulation Format

Turbo 8PSK*5

Modulated Baud Rate

1 MBaud min, 30 MBaud max

Turbo Viterbi Values Supported

2/3, 3/4 (2.05), 3/4 (2.1) 5/6, 8/9

Turbo FEC

Turbo Code

Connector Style

F-style

Input Termination Impedance

75 Ω nominal

LNB Supply Voltage

Selectable; 13.0 V ±1.5 V or 18.0 V ±1.5 V

LNB Supply Maximum Current

200 mA maximum

LNB 22 kHz Signaling Frequency

17.6 kHz min, 26.4 kHz max (22 kHz ±20%)

LNB 22 kHz Signaling Amplitude

600 mVp-p with 100 Ω load

Modes Supported

Turbo 8PSK

RF Measurements

RF Lock

RF lock is indicated to the user by an LED on the rear panel and a status icon on the UI

Input Level (Signal strength)

Range: –60 dBm to –30 dBm

Resolution: 1 dBm

Accuracy: ±5 dBm typical

EVM (Error Vector Magnitude)

Display Range: ≤4.0% to ≥30.0% rms

Resolution: 0.1%

MER (Modulation Error Ratio) with Equalizer

Display Range: 10 to 26 dB with Equalizer

Resolution: 1 dB

Accuracy: ±2 dB typical for range 10 to 20 dB

SNR (Signal-to-Noise Ratio)

Display Range: 5 to 35 dB

Resolution: 1 dB

Accuracy: ±2 dB typical for range from 5 to 30 dB

Pre Reed Solomon (RS) BER

Pre RS BER is displayed on the UI

Post RS BER and TEF (Transport Error Flag)

Post Reed Solomon BER (TEF ratio), TEF rate, and number of Transport Error Flags (TEF count) are displayed on the UI

Constellation

The RF constellation is displayed on the UI

*5 Please note that the Turbo 8PSK option does not support nonturbo 8PSK (DVB-DSNG), or DVB-S2. For information, please contact Tektronix.

QAM Interface Characteristics (Option QB2)

Characteristic

Description

Input Frequency Range

88 MHz to 858 MHz, 62.5 kHz steps

Modulation Format

64QAM, 256QAM compliant with ITU J-83*6

SCTE07 Compliant

Modulation Baud Rate

5.057 Mbaud/s and 5.360 Mbaud/s

Input Signal Level

–64 dBm to –19 dBm (45 dBuV to 90 dBuV relative to 75 Ω) with a 64 and 256 QAM input typical

Ultimate Modulation Error Ratio

37 dB typical

Receiver Bandwidth

6 MHz nominal

Input Termination Impedance

75 Ω nominal

Input Return Loss

–6 dB min, –10 dB typical, 51 MHz to 858 MHz

RF Measurements

RF Lock

RF lock is indicated by a LED on the rear panel and a status icon on UI

Input Level (Signal strength)

Range: –64 dBm to –19 dBm

Resolution: 1 dBm

Accuracy: ±3 dBm

Typical

EVM (Error Vector Magnitude)

Display Range for 64 QAM: ≤1% to ≥5% RMS

Display Range for 256 QAM: ≤1% to ≥2.5% RMS

Resolution: 0.1%

Accuracy: within 20% of reading for S/N >25 dB

Typical

MER (Modulation Error Ratio) with Equalizer

Display Range for 64 QAM: 22 dB to 37 dB

Display Range for 256 QAM: 28 dB to 37 dB

Resolution: 0.1 dB

Accuracy:

±1 dB for MER <25 dB

±3 dB for MER 25 dB to 34 dB

Typical

SNR

Display Range for 64 QAM: 22 dB to 37 dB

Display Range for 256 QAM: 28 dB to 37 dB

Resolution: 1 dB

Accuracy:

±1 dB for MER <25 dB

±3 dB for MER 25 dB to 34 dB

Typical

BER

Pre FEC, SER, and Error Sec BER values are displayed

Post RS BER and TEF (Transport Error Flag)

Post Reed Solomon BER (uncorrectable error count) and number of Transport Error Flags are displayed on the UI

Constellation

The RF constellation is displayed on the UI

*6 Level 1 and Level 2 interleaving support compliant with all ITU J-83 Annex B, excluding I, J = 128, 7 and 128, 8 for 64QAM and in 256QAM excluding I,J = 8, 16 and 16, 8.

Last Modified: 2011-09-30 05:00:00
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