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Code: R86901

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General view of the HDMI - DVB-C/T/DMB-T/ATSC R86901 modulator
General view of the HDMI - DVB-C/T/DMB-T/ATSC R86901 modulator
Top view
Top view
View of the included power supply
View of the included power supply
Johansson 8202 HDMI modulator R86901 is a multi-standard digital device that can modulate the input HDMI signal (up to Full HD 1080p) fed to its HDMI socket into digitally modulated RF signal (called multiplex, mux or transponder) in DVB-C (QAM), DVB-T (COFDM), DMB-T or ATSC standard.
The device is a single-channel modulator, which means that the output digital signal in the form of the DVB-C (QAM), DVB-T (COFDM), DMB-T or ATSC multiplex contains one channel modulated by the source signal. The RF signal can be combined with the rest of the signals in the system by the installer/administrator.
The modulator can be effectively used not only in typical antenna systems, but can also be the basis for a very competitive method of distributing A/V signals to multiple televisions. After the conversion of the HDMI signal to RF range, it can be distributed in an easy way via cheap coaxial cables and RF splitters/taps. Applied e.g. in electronic stores with tens of televisions, the solution is much cheaper and reliable than the use of many HDMI splitters and HDMI cables.
The source of the signal can be, among others, a multimedia player, Blu-ray player, DVR, PC, STB decoder. The modulator can be used to distribute the highest quality content in the DVB-C or DVB-T standard, through TV antenna systems based on coaxial cabling or within coaxial CCTV installations.
The device offers an attractive alternative to installations based on HDMI splitters and cables.
When one needs to distribute signals from two or four sources, we recommend to use a suitable multi-channel modulator.
All parameters of the modulator are set with the use of the knob and display placed on the top of the device.
  • Hospitals
    • TV for patients
    • transmission from the operating rooms (for documentary/professional/scientific/educational purposes)
    • education of students
    • video monitoring
    • advertising
  • Stores and shopping malls
    • promotional channels
    • distribution of content from DVD/Blu-ray players
    • distribution of HD/SD TV channels
    • commercials
  • Ships, large yachts, ferries
    • on-board TV from media players
    • news channels
    • GPS/navigation information
    • video monitoring
  • Corporate TV solutions
    • corporate TV channels
    • training channels
    • video conferences
    • educational channels
    • video monitoring
  • Schools, colleges, universities
    • transmission of lessons/lectures
    • school/college/university TV
    • news/educational channels
    • broadcasts to laptops, iPads, etc.
  • Sports facilities
    • TV on stadiums, in halls and supporting facilities,
    • HD video monitoring
    • transmission of sports events in high definition
Video encoding
Bit rate range
2...23 Mbps for DVB-C/T/DMB-T
2...15 Mbps for ATSC
InputHDMI x1 type A
Max resolution   
Audio encoding
MPEG-1 Layer II / AAC
RF input (BYPASS IN)
Frequency range
5...1218 MHz
Attenuation2 dB
DVB-C modulator
StandardDVB-C QAM
Channel width

2...8 MHz

Constellation16 QAM, 32 QAM, 64 QAM, 128 QAM, 256 QAM
DVB-T modulator
FFT mode
2 k / 8 k
Channel width
6 MHz, 7 MHz, 8 MHz
ConstellationQPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM
Other settings
 Guard interval, FEC
ATSC modulator
Channel width
 6 MHz
Constellation8 VBS(ATSC-T)/64 QAM, 256 QAM (ATSC-C)
DMB-T modulator
Channel width8 MHz
ConstellationQPSK, QAM-4NR, 16QAM, 32QAM, 64QAM
RF range
174...1218 MHz
RF output level
59...99 dBμV
MER 38 dB
Configuration and management
Local interface
LCD display + knob
ConfigurationCountry, LCN, Channel Name, SID, PMT, VPID, APID, NIT, ONID, PDS, TS ID   
Power12 VDC (max. 6 W, AC/DC adapter incl.)
Dimensions155x120x60 mm
Weight0.6 kg

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