8 channel SAT>IP LNB with PoE Adapter
New! Inverto’s iLNB™ delivers satellite broadcast content to Smart TVs, Tablets, Smartphones and PCs connected to the home IP network The iLNB can receive up to eight different transponders of a satellite orbital position. It allows up to eight SAT>IP compatible Client devices/apps to receive their selected TV program concurrently. The iLNB can also operate as an IPTV multicast server allowing selected TV programs to be distributed as IP multicast streams over a local area network.
The iLNB digitally samples the satellite signals directly at the antenna and makes the satellite spectrum data and other link quality metrics accessible over the home network. TV Programs can be streamed to fixed and/or portable SAT>IP compatible screens, devices or apps such as SmartTVs, STBs, PCs, Tablets and Smartphones that are connected over the same home network. Where a record function exists in the Client device [such as tablets] then the user has the added ability to record the program and watch off line at a later time.
The iLNB can connect to your home network WLAN router via a direct Ethernet connection or over power-line communication (PLC) adapters and can be used for free-to-air (FTA) or pay TV services.
- Universal Ku-band frequency range 10.7-12.75GHz
- Reception of up to 8 DVB-S/S2 transponders
- Compliant with the SAT>IP communication protocol
- Operating modes: Unicast or Multicast
- Supporting up to 8 different SAT>IP -compatible Client devices/apps
- Web-based management interface
- Software upgradable online or through a local PC
- Power-over-Ethernet Type I, less than 10W for 8-channel operation
|Input Frequency Range|
|Low band||10.70 - 11.70 GHz|
|High band||11.70 - 12.75 GHz|
|IF Frequency Range|
|Low band||950 - 1950 MHz|
|High band||1100 - 2150 MHz|
|Local Oscillator Frequency|
|Low band||9.75 GHz|
|High band||10.6 GHz|
|Local Oscillator Initial Accuracy||+/- 2.0 MHz|
|Local Oscillator Temperature Drift||+/- 5.5 MHz|
|Aggregated phase noise 3Khz – 15 MHz||2.50RMS|
|Local Oscillator Phase Noise @ 1KHz||-50 dBc / Hz|
|Local Oscillator Phase Noise @ 10KHz||-75 dBc / Hz|
|Local Oscillator Phase Noise @ 100KHz||-95 dBc / Hz|
|LO inter-modulation level||-55 dBm (max)|
|Conversion Gain||40~50 dB|
|Gain Ripple (In Band)||3 dB|
|Gain Variation (across range)||6 dB|
|Cross-polarization isolation||22 dB (typical)|
|Noise Figure||1.3 dB (max)|
|Image rejection||40 dB (min)|
|Output return Loss||10 dB (min)|
|Output VSWR||2.5 : 1|
|Supply Power (PoE IEEE 802.3af-2003)||48 V +/- 10%|
|Power Consumption (Class 3, PoE PD device)||9 W (typ), 12.95 W (max)|
|Working Temperature||- 40 ˚ ~ + 65 ˚|
|Feed diameter||23 mm|
|Dish F/D ratio||0.6|
What is a feedhorn?
The feedhorn is the part of a satellite dish system which gathers the reflected signal from the dish and focuses it towards the LNB.
What is an LNB?
What is an LNBF?
An LNBF is an LNB with an integrated feedhorn
What is a Monoblock LNB?
Why can I receive only one satellite with my Monoblock?
Monoblock LNBs are designed for a specific dish size, 80cm for example. If your dish is too small (70cm for example) or too wide (90cm for example) it is not possible to receive both satellites together. Please choose the dish size for which the monoblock LNB has been designed.