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Harmonic’s ProView is the world’s first single rack unit (1-RU) scalable receiver, DVB descrambler, multiformat video decoder and MPEG stream processor. Harmonic’s ProView™ is the industry’s first single-rack-unit, scalable, AVC (H) video decoders, the ProView is ideal for full. A Typical ProView Configuration Using the Front Panel. The Harmonic ProView is a single rack unit (1RU) scalable receiver, DVB descrambler.

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ProHarmonic :: Decoders :: Options :: ProView DVB-S2 Firmware Upgrade License

The NIT – Properties dialog displays. It consists of six octets separated by colons, for example, Monitoring level, where the user can view the device parameters and proviea. Vertical Delay — The range is -7 — 6. The Decoder Channel Properties dialog displays. Select a destination folder for the preset files.

A device must be connected to be able to upgrade it, see 6. Only available with certain hardware configurations, see B.

Configure the desired parameters or accept the defaults. Input programs and elementary streams related to the multiplex input. Service Selection Mode drop-down menu options: The connected devices are listed and displayed in the Devices box.

The property of the various input tables in the multiplexed input stream is detailed in 7. Low Delay option Figure 7— Spectral Inversion — Sets the mode of operation for the spectral inversion function. Page The Bottom Card properties tab displays the following parameters on the bottom card installed in the device: Some menus only display with Reset Unit harmonuc hardware configurations or Restore to Defaults menu settings. Enter the access code supplied by Harmonic and click Restore.

Hertz Hz A unit of frequency defined as one cycle per second. Page To restore a backed-up configuration: Adapters have input or output ports. You can set the following: It is recommended to revert Hamronic to the primary port as soon as possible. The Laser harmonif and the Danger alert call your attention to information about the lasers in this product that, if ignored, can cause physical harm to you.

Page – B. Mbaud Megabaud, which is the signal rate of a line, expressed in millions. SDI Groups — Audio 1 is always the first pair of hzrmonic in a group and Audio 2 is always the second pair of channels in a group: Table of Contents Add to my manuals Add.

You can export 700 alarm history in CSV format. Page 76 Spectral Inversion — Sets the mode of operation for the spectral inversion function.

Not available when the device is configured to pass-through the input stream to the output port. Page 26 Configuring and Monitoring 2.

Harmonic ProView 7000 User Manual

You can save up to 20 different presets. D-Sub 15 Pinouts Table B—2: Monitoring Profiew Decoding The decoder type and modes of operation depend on the hardware configuration and are license dependant. Shortcuts are added to the desktop and the start menu. Page Quaternary Phase Shift Keying. Harmonnic device reboots when you activate a preset. To display the Alarm Properties dialog: X X is the socket number.

Alarm Triggered — Use this mode to select individual alarms to toggle the relay.

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The Routing menu has from 1 to 4 multiplexesnamely: Click Create to confirm the program cross-connection. Configured Bitrate — Displays the calculated bitrate of the output stream in bps.

Decoding Channel Properties Related Topics: Page 47 Redundancy Mode must be set to any mode but Off: Harmonic assigns the next six characters as a unique device identifier.

Requires a license with some hardware configurations, see B. The Decoding Channel Properties dialog displays, enabling you to review and configure the decoder properties for detailed description, refer to 7.