Novra Technologies S300N DVB-S2 Weather Satellite Receiver IP Multicast Router NOAA approved
Receiving Frequency: 950 to 2150 MHz, - RF Input Connector: F-Type, 75 ohms, 32 APSK: 100 Ksps to 45 Msps (DVB-S2), LNB Supply Voltage: Selectable 13V, 18V, 21V or Off
Novra S300N NOAAPort Receiver
The Novra S300N was developed to ensure reliable reception of NOAAPort weather data services. Key attributes of the S300N include: Support for DVB-S2 VCM/ACM operation, including multi-stream VCM with ISI filtering - DVB-S2 operation to 32 APSK, - Throughput to 80 Mbps, and - Support for the full range of Gold Code Sequence Selection.
The S300N lets you choose your demodulation technique, supporting QPSK, 8PSK, 16APSK, and 32 APSK over a variety of coding rates. Compatibility with the DVB-S2 standard enables you to take advantage of the significant efficiency gains when compared with DVB-S. Installation of the S300 is easy and noninvasive, as the client does not need to be opened, nor are any drivers required. The S300 works with any OS and makes the received IP data available to any client on the LAN.
The Novra S300N is perfectly suited for a range of consumer or small-medium enterprise applications including the reception of IP-based services with the flexibility of Variable or Constant Coding/Modulation. Key applications include: reception of NOAA weather imaging and data, distance education, digital signage, data content distribution, streaming content, Internet over satellite, and IPTV content distribution to single or multiple viewers.
- DVB-S2/DVB-S Compliant, including - Multistream VCM Operation with ISI Filtering
- 32 APSK Operation
- 80 Mbps Sustained Throughput
- Support for ACM operation
- Gold Code Sequence Selection
- Downloadable Firmware
- RJ45 10/100BaseT Ethernet Interface
- Application Transparent
- IGMP Filtering
Excellent for: weather imaging and data, distance education, digital signage, data content distribution, streaming content, Internet over satellite, and IPTV content distribution to single or multiple viewers.