The DMX-1 multichannel descrambler (hereinafter referred to as the “device”) is designed to descramble digital television programs using standard plug-in decoder modules (Conditional Access Modules) as part of the head equipment of cable and IP television systems.
For input and output of transport streams DVB DMX-1 is equipped with 1Gb Ethernet interface (UDP multicast) and 2 inputs and 2 DVB ASI outputs.
For descrambling the DMX-1 is equipped with seats for 6 Conditional Access Modules. Any program of any of the traffic flows to the DMX-1 input can be directed to descramble on any of the Conditional Access Modules installed in the device. Under certain conditions (one provider, Conditional Access Module and a card allow), it is possible to simultaneously descramble several programs from different transport streams by one Conditional Access Module.
Any of the descrambled DMX-1 programs can be assigned to any of the output transport streams. It is possible to form both single-program (SPTS) and multiprogram (MPTS) transport streams.
The DMX-1 is controlled and monitored remotely via 100Mbps Ethernet (WEB control). Also on the front panel there are LED indicators that show the current status of the device.
Number of seats Conditional Access Modules
Max. number of decoded programs
Input and output DVB IP 1000Base-T(X) (IEEE-802.3ab)