The new ARRIS DSR-7401 Transcoder IRD from ARRIS provides a high-quality cost effective solution for service continuity as Programmers sunset their satellite SD service distribution. Utilizing the latest modulation and video compression technologies,the DSR-7401 down-converts and transcodes up to 12 input HD video sources simultaneously across four satellite transponders, all from a single Programmer. Customizable multiplex creation with Statmux output provides highly flexible transport stream grooming options and ensures delivery of the highest quality video.

Support for HEVC and MPEG-4 video compression inputs combined with DVB-S2, DVB-S2x and 8PSK Turbocodedemodulation enables full compatibility with the latest satellite distribution networks. The flexibility offered by 4 active RF tuners with retune capability simplifies satellite network design and permits trouble-free network modifications.

The high density transcoding enables the DSR-7401 to replace up to 12 single channel satellite receivers. The efficient use of rack space and low power consumption make this transcoder IRD an ideal solution for today’s modern digital headends.

DSR-7401 Key Features:

• DSR-7401 provides up to 12 transcoded SD output services from HD inputs

• Simultaneously receives transport streams from up to 4 satellite transponders (single programmer)

• Dual Gig-E and ASI transport inputs and outputs

• HEVC and MPEG-4 HD inputs

• MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 SD outputs

• Statistical multiplexed output services for enhanced video quality

• Front panel confidence monitor

• Advanced Modulation support with DVB-S2 8PSK, DVB-S2x 8PSK and 16APSK and 8PSK Turbocodes

• 4 RF inputs (L-Band)

• Configurable DCII subtitle overlay on transcoded video output

• Decryption and pass-through of input video services • DigiCipher® II conditional access control

• Gig-E port web browser monitoring and control • SNMP monitoring

• One RU design for rack space savings

• Low power consumption provides operational cost savings

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