DSR-4410 Commercial Satellite Receiver
The DSR-4410 IRD from Motorola brings the latest technology advances from the recognized leader in satellite program delivery. Building on the DigiCipher® II platform, the DSR-4410 IRD is affordable and easy to use. The DSR-4410 is designed to deliver outstanding video and audio performance. This receiver can output either NTSC or PAL video formats, automatically matching the programmer s video format. With a variable front end and bypass capabilities, the DSR-4410 is ideally suited for network conversion from analog to digital. Equipped with DVB ASI input and output, the DSR-4410 is ready to connect to the rest of your head end equipment.
* MPEG-2 Main Level@Main Profile
* DigiCipher® II MegaPipe+ Support
* Variable tuning from 4 MHz to 36 MHz
* Dolby® Digital and MPEG layer II audio processing
* VBI reinsertion SID/AMOL-II, NABTS and closed caption
* Stackable 1RU chassis design
* DigiCipher II conditional access control
* Quick disconnect screw terminals for easy installation
* Bypass video and audio inputs
* DTMF cue tones for local ad insertion
* ASI input and/or output for easy connection to digital cable headend products
* 10/100 BaseT Ethernet port for datacasting and/or SNMP monitoring and control
* Dedicated video diagnostics output
DSR-4410MD Satellite Multiplex Decrypter
The DSR-4410MD is a powerful digital headend product, capable of simultaneous decryption of up to 64 services. With advanced modulation support, the DSR-4410MD can output a full transport multiplex with both MPEG-2 and/or MPEG-4 services at an information rate of up to 160 Mbps.
The DSR-4410MD comes equipped with industry standard interfaces, such as dual ASI outputs, that enable seamless connection to headend equipment. The DSR-4410MD offers local monitoring of a single service and the ability to step through the authorization and encryption state of each service.
* DigiCipher® II conditional access control
* Concurrent decryption of up to 64 services, each service may include video, multiple audio channels and data
* Stackable 1RU chassis design
* Dual L-Band input ports
* Supports both C-band and Ku-band
* Advanced modulation support for 8PSK Turbo and DVB-S2
* ASI Input
* Dual ASI and Gig-E transport output with selectable rates
* 10/100 Base T Ethernet port for SNMP monitoring and control
* IP datacasting output
* Outputs NTSC video and analog audio for local monitoring
* Form-C relay for fault signaling
* Background software download capabilities
DSR-4440 Integrated Receiver/Decoder
The ARRIS DSR-4440 Integrated Receiver/Decoder brings revolutionary technology advances from a recognized leader in satellite program delivery. The DSR-4440 decodes MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 services and delivers outstanding video and audio performance. Its sleek packaging design fits in a standard 19” relay rack and requires only a single rack unit of space. The DSR-4440 comes equipped with industry standard output interfaces such as Gig-E and dual ASI outputs that enable seamless connections to headend equipment. With advanced modulation support, the DSR-4440 supports both DVB-S QPSK and DVB-S2 QPSK/8PSK.
The ARRIS DSR-4460 brings revolutionary technology advances from a recognized leader in satellite program delivery. This integrated receiver/decoder can decode an MPEG-2 or MPEG-4, HD or SD service, and deliver outstanding video and audio performance via HD/SD-SDI output or analog/composite video output. Its sleek packaging design fits in a standard 19” relay rack and requires only a single rack unit of space. The DSR-4460 comes equipped with industry standard output interfaces such as Gig-E and dual ASI outputs that enable seamless connections to headend equipment. With advanced modulation support, the DSR-4460 supports both DVB-S QPSK and DVB-S2 QPSK/8PSK.
DSR-6000 Integrated Receiver/Decoder
The ARRIS DSR-6000 Integrated Receiver/Decoder brings revolutionary technology advances from a recognized leader in satellite program delivery. Building on the existing 6000 IRD product family, the DSR-6000 is capable of decoding MPEG-2 services and delivering outstanding video and audio performance. Its sleek packaging design fits in a standard 19" relay rack and requires only a single rack unit of space.
E6000 Converged Edge Router
The E6000™ Converged Edge Router (CER) continues the highly successful legacy of the C4 CMTS and delivers new levels of density and cost-effectiveness for high-density markets in a simple, robust integrated architecture. Like the C4 CMTS, the E6000 CER provides a high availability, high performance solution with high scalability. All elements of the E6000 CER are redundant, either N+1 or 1+1, and all are hot-swappable which adds up to 99.999% system availability. In addition, the E6000 CER integrated architecture minimizes the effort and time required for initial installation, configuration, and troubleshooting. Release 1.0 provides CMTS functionality with all the benefits derived from years of operational experience from the C4 CMTS. The E6000 CER allows an operator to cost-effectively deploy DOCSIS, PacketCable™, DSG/ADSG, and PacketCable Multimedia (PCMM™) services. Cable operators deploying the E6000 CER will benefit from an unprecedented level of service group and channel density, both upstream and downstream. Cable operators deploying dense (multi-channel) DOCSIS downstream service groups will realize significant savings in terms of head-end real estate (rack space), powering, and cooling requirements by deploying the E6000 CER. The E6000 CER active components can be upgraded via software to stay current with changing service demands without new hardware each time. The E6000 also gives increased flexibility to change service mix allocation without service interruptions and physically re-cabling the headend. In addition, the E6000 CER software is based on that of the C4 CMTS, enabling smooth deployments. Cable operators who deploy IPv6 with the E6000 will benefit from years of operational IPv6 experience gained with the C4 CMTS.
FFT-P series equalizable taps
The ARRIS FFT-P series equalizable taps offer improved return path performance for advanced two-way HFC systems while maintaining backward compatibility with previous FFT install base. FFT taps allow for signal conditioning with optional plug-in, field configurable modules that include cable equalizers, return path attenuators, and cable simulators. These plugins allow for drop signal conditioning without affecting the main feederline path.
All FFT taps come equipped with an auto-seize F-connector which improves system reliability by providing increased clamping force and a greater surface/contact area over standard F-connectors.
Flex Max™ FM321e-LE 1 GHz
The Flex Max™ FM321e-LE 1 GHz line extender amplifier is designed to extend existing systems or build out new networks, providing operators with the ability to quickly add high-output capacity with minimal disruption. The FM321e-LE features a host of drop-in module options that operators can use to cost-effectively upgrade legacy 9-LH series housings for integration into 1 GHz architectures, while FM321e-LE units with 110 or 230 VAC powering options are excellent solutions for deployments in high-rise buildings and medium-to-large MDUs.
FFE Forward Feederline Equalizer
The ARRIS FFE Forward Feederline Equalizer is designed to compensate for feeder cable slope via 1 GHz pluggable cable equalizers. This 1 GHz FFE product includes the option of adding attenuation to the return path that enables improved signal-to-noise performance and tighter gain variances. The equalizer circuit is contained in the same type of housing as the SSP splitters, directional couplers, and power inserters.
The FFE-100 is readily shipped preconfigured with either 8 dB or 12 dB of forward equalization. Other plug-in equalizer values can be achieved by purchasing any available dB value of the 1 GHz ARRIS STARLINE SFE plug-in equalizer purchased with the FFE-HSG in the appropriate frequency split configuration for the network. The FFE supports frequency splits of 40/52 MHz, 42/54 MHz, 65/85 MHz and 85/104 MHz.
Flex Max FM331-LE
Drop-in RF modules are a cost-effective way for operators to upgrade networks with existing legacy C-COR 2-port housings—such as the FlexNet 700 series, Flex Max™ FM340 series, and Flex Max™ FM330 series line extenders—with minimal network disruption. The FM331-LE 1 GHz Line Extender Amplifier is designed to extend existing systems or build out new networks, providing operators with the ability to quickly add high output capacity with minimal disruption. By integrating the FM331-LE into their design systems, operators can more cost-effectively upgrade 750/870 MHz system bandwidths.
Flex Max FM601e-T/B/LE
For cable operators looking to ensure maximum backwards compatibility and scalability and protect network investments, ARRIS offers solutions that deliver new services with minimal capital expenditure, enhance network efficiency, and increase subscriber satisfaction. The Flex Max FM601e-T/B/LE 1 GHz trunk, bridger and line extender amplifiers are designed to easily and cost effectively increase bandwidth from 750/870 MHz to 1 GHz in legacy Philips networks. They can be deployed as complete units in new builds or plant extensions, or as drop in upgrades for Philips 9-NH series housings. These amplifiers accept legacy style 750/870 MHz EQs and Pads so that Philips amplifier networks can be efficiently extended or upgraded using common style plug-ins. Several frequency split options for expanding broadband networks are available. The plug-in filter design allows for bench upgradability to any offered frequency split for maximum flexibility. Optional GaN (Gallium Nitrite) technology for higher output capability is also available on the FM601e-B bridger amplifier.
Flex Max FM901e-T/B
For cable operators looking to ensure maximum backwards compatibility and scalability and protect network investments, ARRIS offers solutions that deliver new services with minimal CAPEX, enhance network efficiency and increase subscriber satisfaction.
The Flex Max™ FM901e-T/B 1 GHz Trunk and Bridger Amplifiers enable cable operators to increase forward capacity for high definition television (HDTV) channels, typically allowing a 40% increase over current program offerings.
FTTMax RFoG ONU
Cable operators must have investment-protecting, cost-effective, scalable solutions that leverage existing infrastructure. With ARRIS Fiber to the Premises RFoG solutions, operators can now supply greenfield communities and small to medium businesses with video, voice, and data at DOCSIS® speeds, and quickly “light up” MDUs and rural communities in an economical fashion. ‘All fiber’ connectivity enables cable operators to claim parity with other Fiber to the Home (FTTH) architectures and provides a future migration path to PON without changing the outside plant infrastructure. Triple play services delivered over RFoG work the same as those delivered over coax and make use of existing headend, back office, and customer premise equipment.
Headend Optical Amplifier N2U-OA300
The N2U-OA300 series of Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifiers (EDFAs) is optimized for Passive Optical Networks (PON) and Large Distribution Systems applications. These high-performance, RoHS compliant optical amplifiers provide operators with a low noise figure and optimal output power levels at operating wavelengths ranging between 1544 nm and 1562 nm.
The OA300 series is a 2RU rack-mount NEBS Level 1 certified unit. Powering options include integrated, dual redundant 110/220VAC or integrated, dual redundant -48VDC power supplies. Units with several power levels per port options, and 8 or 16 output ports, are also available. Input and output monitor ports allow operators to test and monitor units while they are still operating. For additional ease of use and space savings, ARRIS offers units with integrated WDMs. These models allow operators to optimize either their PON or RFoG networks using the same 2RU footprint.
MDA-100 1 GHz Multi-Dwelling Amplifier
The ARRIS MDA-100 Multi-Dwelling Amplifier platform meets the needs of today’s expanding broadband communication networks. Designed for HFC network installations in apartment buildings, condominiums, and other multiple-dwelling housing units, this high-gain, compact indoor distribution amplifier is available with a bandwidth of up to 1003 MHz for improved system performance. To save space, technicians can easily wall-mount the MDA-100 amplifier using the housing’s external mounting brackets.
OM2000 Out-of-Band Multiplexer / Modulator
The OM2000 produces an out-of-band (OOB) data stream to digital set-tops providing a signaling channel, transmission of program guide information, code downloads, infrared codes, application information and the downstream path in an interactive system. Data input is configurable through Ethernet and serial connections. The OM2000 Quadrature Phase Shift Key Modulator (QPSK) modulates data on a 1.5 MHz wide carrier in the 71 to 129 MHz band with transmitted data multiplexed either in the OM2000 or externally. Null packets are used as necessary to perform rate aggregation between its inputs and the 2.048 Mbps output. Forward error correction (FEC) encoding and interleaving protects data integrity.
OmniStar GX2 Platform
The OmniStar® GX2, one of the world’s most widely deployed optical platforms, provides superior module density, while continuing the OmniStar legacy of scalability, superior performance and flexibility, and operational simplicity. The four rack-unit chassis accepts up to 16 hot- swappable application modules, minimizing headend space requirements. With superior 1310 nm and 1550 nm full spectrum multiwavelength solutions, the OmniStar GX2 enables operators the ability to offer advanced, revenue-generating voice, video, and data services. The universal platform and full complement of application modules can accommodate a full spectrum, overlay, RFoG, and other variety of system architectures.
Opti Max OM1111 Node
The ARRIS Opti Max™ OM1111 provides cable operators with a compact, single high output node to service small subscriber groups, small/medium business customers and MDUs.
The OM1111’s 1 GHz bandwidth enables cable operators to increase downstream capacity for HDTV, Video on Demand, VoIP, high speed data/internet, and other value-added services. Return bandwidth options extend to 85 MHz to support additional revenue generating service offerings. CWDM transmitters allow multiple nodes to be combined onto a single fiber with ruggedized optical passives, maximizing the optical spectrum that is available in fiber-scarce architectures.
Opti Max OM2100 Node
The ARRIS Opti Max™ OM2100 cabinet node provides an ideal segmentation solution for street cabinet and pedestal applications. The Opti Max 2100 supports CWDM, DWDM, and ARRIS CORWave® multiwavelength technologies, allowing cable operators to maximize their fiber allocation. The node supports downstream 2X segmentation with the addition of a second optical receiver and is available with optional GaN technology to support a variety of network architectures. In the return path, the OM2100 supports 4X segmentation services with a variety of analog and digital return transmitter technologies. The node is available with a local AC powering option for additional flexibility in indoor applications that require a wall plug in. The node is supplied with a 110V North American plug or 220V universal plug; other plugs can be field installed.
Opti Max OM2741 Node
The ARRIS Opti Max™ OM2741 provides cable operators with a compact, fiber deep solution to manage network growth. The node features integrated segmentation switches that allow future segmentation without any additional parts or expense. The technician can enable new segments by simply adding a transmitter or receiver as required, then flipping a switch to activate the new configuration. By reducing the requirement for additional configuration boards and minimizing maintenance time, the OM2741 provides a lower total cost of ownership for the MSO.
With its premium high-gain receiver and advanced, next-generation GaN hybrid technology, the OM2741 is appropriate for a variety of architectures. The node accepts modules and accessories common with the 4x4 fully segmentable OM4100, easing sparing requirements, reducing inventory, and simplifying deployment training.
Opti Max OM3100 Node
The ARRIS Opti Max™ OM3100 1 GHz 2x2 segmentable node enables cable operators to increase forward capacity for HDTV, Video on Demand (VOD), VoIP, Internet, and other service offerings. 2x2 segmentation in both the forward and return path provides the ability to reduce a service group size by 50% for increased capacity and more targeted services when needed, without having to run new trunk fiber or install additional nodes. Thoughtfully designed drop in lid upgrades* enable service group segmentation by converting amplifiers or older nodes to 1 GHz nodes. The OM3100 accepts legacy PADs and Equalizers to minimize stocking requirements. Optional Digital Return transmitters utilizes pluggable SFPs in 1310, 1550, CWDM and DWDM wavelengths to provide easier truck stocking.
Opti Max OM4100 Node
Cable operators are looking for new subscriber revenue and higher average revenue per subscriber without major CAPEX. ARRIS offers a suite of products and solutions that help operators seamlessly and easily stay in line with future goals, add new services, and strongly position against the competition.
Cable operators need optimal performance in their network architectures to support expanded service offerings such as HDTV, Video on Demand (VOD), VoIP, and high speed data/internet. The ARRIS Opti Max™ OM4100, a 4 output segmentable node, uses industry leading technology and design to facilitate full 4x4 segmentation in a modular, pay-as-you grow platform for optical to RF (RF to optical in the upstream) signal conversion.
Full 4x4 segmentation capability in the downstream and upstream path provides the ability to reduce service group sizes by up to 75% for increased capacity and more targeted services, without having to run new trunk fiber or install additional nodes. The OM4100’s optional premium high gain receiver with on-board automatic gain control (AGC), coupled with GaN technology, operates at a lower optical input level, allowing operators to place nodes deeper into the network for expanded footprint.
SE-6000 Video Encoder Family
The SE-6000 Series AVC Encoder/Transcoder provides advanced H.264 AVC encoding and transcoding support for SD and HD services, including proprietary pre-filtering algorithms (Perceptual Video Processing) for enabling even more efficient encoding. The SE-6000 can be used as a stand-alone encoder/transcoder, or as part of the Modular Uplink System, to provide advanced encoding one or an entire group of video services.
The ARRIS AgileMax® is an exciting new breakthrough in RF-over-Glass (RFoG) FTTH network technology. Replacing the optical splitters commonly found in traditional RFoG architectures, next-generation AgileMax optical distribution technology allows operators to completely eliminate Optical Beat Interference (OBI) from their networks—even in networks with multiple, active upstream lasers. By eliminating OBI, operators can significantly expand their networks’ upstream and downstream capacity and data speed without changing back office infrastructure. As a result, AgileMax deployments overcome the cost, scalability, and capacity restrictions that limit RFoG performance, while greatly reducing operational complexity in these networks.
APEX1000 All-Purpose Edge QAM
The APEX1000, our next-generation all-purpose edge QAM, provides flexibility, high-availability, high-QAM density, MediaCipher® encryption, and low power in an extremely cost-effective 1 RU platform. Up to three removable and hot-swappable QAM modules can be installed in the chassis. Each module provides two RF ports; each port supports up to eight QAM channels. All of the 48 available QAM channels can be used for video on demand (VOD), switched digital video (SDV), broadcast services or DOCSIS high-speed data (through support for the M-CMTS architecture).
APEX3000 High Density Universal Edge QAM
The APEX3000 is an ultra-dense, fully redundant, state-of-the-art chassis-based edge QAM platform. Its ability to save power and provide excellent RF performance for QAM delivery is ideal for linear broadcast applications as well as narrowcast applications such as VOD, Cloud DVR, SDV and M-CMTS. The APEX3000 provides operators a unique platform to converge QAM services on a single EQAM platform today, while also providing a migration path to support the network’s future needs.
ASI to Gigabit Ethernet Bridge AGB240
The AGB240 ASI to Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) Bridge enables service providers to cost-effectively migrate legacy ASI video equipment to IP networks in headend environments. AGB240 delivers highly reliable bridging of traffic from ASI video service outputs in legacy equipment, such as satellite receivers (IRDs), encoders and Cherrypickers®, to a common GigE IP backbone or transport network. This simple, stand-alone solution also provides significant power savings to service providers by using 90 percent less power than alternative solutions.
Broadband Drop Amplifier BDA100
The BDA100 Broadband Telecommunications Drop Amplifier is a two-way, 1 GHz amplifier designed for customer premises amplification. These amplifiers can be used to compensate for long drops and excessive splitting losses. Each BDA100 is housed within a robust aluminum die-cast housing and utilizes a ARRIS P-Series Auto-Seize F-Connector for maximum reliability.
BTTF*-*P F-Port Power Extracting Taps
The ARRIS BTTF*-*P 1 GHz power extracting taps are capable of delivering video, telephony, and data over the broadband hybrid fiber coax system. These taps have all of the same features and performance as our standard N-series taps, including 12 ampere power passing and surge resiliency, but with the additional feature of power extracting for cable Wi-Fi® applications.
The BTTF*-*P taps extract power from the cable feeder and deliver it to the Cable Wi-Fi Access Point via the F-Port. RF signals are distributed through the F-ports to the coaxial drop, as well.
Cable operators require quality and reliability to compete in today’s voice and data arena. The ARRIS C4 CMTS enables operators to offer world-class performance for advanced, carrier-grade voice, high-speed data, and IPTV services. Highly-reliable C4 solutions reduce CAPEX with a highly economical cost-per-port and low operational cost. The C4 CMTS reduces OPEX and improves ROI with a compact footprint, low power consumption, and minimal cooling requirements which allow the unit to be placed in existing headends and hubs without build out or additional infrastructure, extending headend life and maximizing capital investment. Designed with flexibility in mind, the C4 CMTS active components can be upgraded via software to stay current with changing service demands. The C4 CMTS provides operators tremendous flexibility of configuration and ease of operation while providing best-in-class reliability. Because the C4 CMTS offers full DOCSIS 3.0 upstream and downstream services including channel bonding, operators can configure and deliver high-speed and new convergent services efficiently, bringing increased revenue per customer and improved market responsiveness. The C4 CMTS positions operators to operate more profitably and compete more effectively by satisfying subscriber and corporate demand for new services, higher speeds, and superior service quality.