IP to 4x DVB-C Transmodulator: TERRA miq-440 (100/1000Mbps, USB port)

Code: R81631
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€695.48 0 % from 1 piece
The mix440 trans modulator enables conversion of IP streams of up to 200 Mbps in UDP/RTP technology to 4 DVB-C QAM MUXes.
• The modulator enables conversion of IP stream (200 Mbps) to 4 DVB-C MUXes,
• UDP/RTP support for unicast/multicast transmissions (SPTS/MPTS) to DVB-C QAM standard,
• USB connection enabling playback of source material in .ts format,
• Possibility of introducing into signal from IP cameras to the DVB-C system,
• 4 DVB-C multiplexes at the output,
• Supports H.264 and H.265 codecs,
• Web-based management,
• AGC function (automatic control of signal gain).


4-year warranty.



TERRA miq-440 R81631 transmodulator converts IP stream (TSoIP) provided in UDP/RTP protocols (unicast/multicast SPTS and MPTS transmissions) and RTSP stream (from IP cameras) to DVB-C QAM standard. One miq-440 R81631 panel receives IP stream with bit rate up to 200 Mbps and creates 4 freely configurable neighboring DVB-C multiplexes, each with maximum bit rate up to 53 Mbps (the limit is determined by the DVB-C standard). In practice, each of the four multiplexes can carry 8 SD channels or 4-5 HD channels. The administrator of the system selects the required channels from the IP stream and forms the four DVB-C MUXes. In each case, it is neceeesary to remember about 10% safety margin when determining the maximum bit rate for the whole multiplex (typically the ultimate bit rate of a multiplex should not exceed 48 Mbps). The output DVB-C QAM multiplexes are usually distributed to users by a passive network composed of RF splitters/taps. Such a solution is especially convenient in modern hotel TV systems distributing a variety of satellite channels, including HD broadcasts.
Thanks to RJ-45 Ethernet port, the programming of the miq-440 R81631 panel is performed via a web browser (no need for a programmer).
The transmodulator can be integrated with other components:
  • media converters, which are used for transmission of IP signals via fiber-optic medium
  • IPTV streamers, which are used for management and distribution of satellite, terrestrial and cable DVB television channels within Ethernet (LAN) networks based on twisted-pair cabling
  • HikVision IP cameras - injection of H.264/H.265 signals into CATV distribution network without a need for additional DVB-C modulators
The R81631 units can be mounted on the R82538 or R82539 DIN rail (also in a RACK cabinet) and powered from DR-60-12 R82532 or UP413 R82533 power supply.
Key features
  • conversion of IP stream (TSoIP) provided in UDP/RTP protocols (unicast/multicast SPTS and MPTS transmissions) to DVB-C QAM standard,
  • reception of IP stream with bit rate up to 200 Mbps and conversion of it into freely configured four neighboring DVB-C multiplexes (MUXes),
  • injection of signals from IP cameras (H.264/H.265) into CATV distribution network,
  • each of the four DVB-C MUXes can have maximum bit rate up to 53 Mbps,
  • the administrator can select the output channels and filter services in digital streams,
  • cooperation with IPTV streamers that enable management and distribution of satellite, terrestrial and CATV channels within Ethernet (LAN) networks based on twisted-pair cabling,
  • USB port allowing for playing materials provided in .ts format,
  • easy management and control via RJ-45 port simplifies installation procedure,
  • management an control via the Internet,
  • event history (logs),
  • AGC function.
An example of configuring the miq440 module for RTSP streams from HikVision cameras
Miq-440 can create four DVB-C multiplexes (MUXes), each with maximum throughput of 53 Mbps, which is sufficient for support of 16 Full HD IP cameras. In this case, each MUX should transmit signals from 4 Full HD IP cameras. The number of supported IP cameras is limited both by the capacity of the processor (the maximum load should be limited to 90%) and maximum throughput of each DVB-C multiplex (max. 53 Mbps, a safety margin recommended). The device has been tested only with HikVision IP cameras.
List of IPTV channels.
Assignment of the channels to the respective DVB-C multiplexes (Output 1-4).
Free selection of channels and filtration of services

Distribution of video from IP cameras in a TV antenna system
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Example of an MATV system (DVB-T) with fiber-optic transmission medium

DIPOL offers the following IP streamers:
  sti-410C  sti-440   sdi-410c sdi-480 
   R81617  R81618 R81619  R81638 
Code R81604  R81606 R81608  R81610
Input signals
Number of MPTS (IN) 1 4 1 8
Output signal
SPTS/MPTS yes yes yes yes
Max. bitrate [Mb/s]  100 200 100 400
CI slot
1x no 1x no


Product type Streamer IP
Name miq440
Input standard IP
IP input Ethernet IEE802.3 100/1000 BaseT
Bandwidth Mbps max 200
transmission protocol UDP/RTP, SAP/SDP, RTSP
Specyfikacja techniczna
Output standard DVB-C/J.83B
RF output Modulation DVB-C: QAM16, QAM32, QAM64, QAM128, QAM256, J.83B: QAM64, QAM256,,
Frequency range MHz 96...862
Number of MUXes 4
horizontal dBµV 90
Impedance Ohm 75
MER dB >40
Channel bands MHz 4...8.3
Bandwidth Mbps 4 × 53
Signal pos. adjustment dB 0...15 with step 1 dB
Configuration Port RJ-45
IP address
Remote Yes
Power supply V/A DC12/0.7
Operating temperature °C 0...+50
Weight kg 0,9
Dimensions mm 36 × 198 × 112