SATCR1Satellite channel router
Relaying satellite signals from the rooftop dish to multiple receivers around the home, Digital Video Recorders (DVR) or throughout an apartment block is an expensive proposition for system installers. The SaTCR-1 satellite channel router addresses this problem by combining up to eight input signals onto a single cable. These signals are then decoded by a corresponding number of tuners, potentially distributed across many set-top boxes.
The SaTCR-1 device is intended for use in LNBs or switchers in satellite receivers. The device shifts the frequency of any input signal to a fixed intermediate frequency. The output signal is bandpass filtered generating a narrow band output.
By combining several SaTCR-1 devices, a corresponding number of sub-bands may be generated and multiplexed together.
This composite band can be made of different independent channels issued from different LNB inputs and polarizations, and can be carried on a single coaxial cable.
- Wide input and wide output frequency ranges (950 MHz to 2150 MHz)
- Four programmable conversion gains
- Fully integrated synthesizer
- RF tone generator for installation loss calibration and for system signalling
- Programmable switch matrix control pins
- System noise figure: 5 dB (typ.)
- Single supply: 3.0 V
- Low power consumption: 90 mA (typ.)
- I2C bus control
- QFN36 package (6 x 6 mm)
DB0058: Satellite channel router
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|Part Number||Marketing Status||Package||Packing Type||Order From ST||Unit Price (US$)*|
|Distributor Availability||RoHS Compliance Grade||Download
|SATCR1||Active||VFQFPN2 36 6x6x1.0||Tray||-||No data reported, please contact our Distributors||Ecopack2||PDF|
|SATCR1-EVAL||NRND||CARD||Not Applicable||-||No data reported, please contact our Distributors||Not compliant||-|
|SATCR1T||Active||VFQFPN2 36 6x6x1.0||Tape And Reel||-|
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