Cisco D9854 MPEG2 SD DVB-S Receiver (USED)

€650.00 €200.00

Cisco/Scientific Atlanta D9854 MPEG2 SD DVB-S Receiver 
Manufacturer: Cisco (Scientific Atlanta)
Model: D9854
Quantity: 15 units in stock
Condition: USED (Tested in good working condition)
Warranty: 3 Months
Configuration: DVB-S QPSK, MPEG-2 SD decoding only
*These units have full hardware options present in them, but license is only for DVB-S and MPEG-2, DVB-CI and PowerVu decoding or FTA. 
So in conclusion, all necessary hardware are present in the unit/s and these units can always be upgraded by purchasing software licenses from cisco and can be made into full-blown IRD. 
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Product Description

The Cisco® D9854-I Advanced Program Receivers are designed for satellite and terrestrial content distribution applications requiring Digital Video Broadcasting - Satellite (DVB-S), Digital Video Broadcasting - Satellite - Second Generation (DVB-S2), and IP reception capabilities, it has advanced digital outputs for digital tier program distribution. A built-in decoder can decode an MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 Advanced Video Coding (AVC) high definition (HD) program for analog monitoring or a standard definition (SD) down-conversion for composite. MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 AVCSD programs can also be decoded for analog and Serial Digital Interface (SDI) output. The Cisco D9854-I comes with RF, ASI, and MPEG over IP (MPEGoIP) input combined with a high-quality SDI or HD-SDI output and optional MPEGoIP output.
Digital Program Distribution: The Cisco D9854-I Advanced Program Receiver offers Asynchronous Serial Interface (ASI) transport output and MPEGoIP output (a licensed option). They provide a number of output modes and can carry a decrypted program for digital tier distribution. This capability helps ensure that compressed video programs are efficiently distributed to households equipped with digital set-top boxes.
Digital Program Mapping: Digital Program Mapping allows programmers to “transparently” substitute programs at the uplink. It maintains predictable and compliant transport output during service replacement, network information table (NIT) retuning, and channel changes, including forced tuning. This feature remaps the packet identifier (PID) information from the primary service to an alternate service, allowing downstream devices to continue to operate without headend operator intervention. This helps ensure availability of alternate programming in the digital tier.

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