The Newtec Horizon Series HZ932 Dual Satellite Receiver and Deconcentrator has been designated End of Life (EOL) by the manufacturer
Here is a small selection of possible replacement units.
HZ932 Dual Receiver and Deconcentrator
The Newtec Horizon Series HZ932 Dual Satellite Receiver and Deconcentrator merges the functionalities
of two HZ930 deconcentrator units into a single unit. Large scale deployments of remote terrestrial transmission sites
are the natural habitat for the HZ932 dual satellite receiver and
deconcentrator. With the HZ932, Newtec equips transmission
towers with satellite receivers in a budget-friendly way.
Transparent and efficient transport of content are key elements
for each player in the primary distribution of terrestrial and
The HZ932 makes use of the innovative
proprietary concentration technology by Newtec. This
technology combines up to 8 MPEG Transport streams into a
single stream without changing their content. The resulting
stream remains compatible with MPEG/DVB transmission
equipment such as modulators or ATM interfaces.
The HZ932 is installed at the receiving end of Newtec’s
The HZ932 integrates two independent demodulators enabling it
to receive two satellite signals simultaneously and extract up to 4
transport streams from each of them.
The high level of integration offers a cost and space efficient
solution for highly demanding distribution environments and
large scale deployments. The dual demodulator allows a multitransponder
configuration as the high number of Transport
streams may exceed the capacity of one transponder.
The HZ932 supports both DVB-S and DVB-S2 modulation
standards. A descrambling feature has been added to protect
each stream individually against piracy.
The HZ932 is easy to operate and monitor. All control and
monitoring parameters are available locally on the front panel
and remotely through a web interface. It is also possible to control
or monitor the HZ932 via RMCP or SNMP.
HZ932 Key Features
Dual demodulator for simultaneous reception of two
Deconcentrates each bundled Transport stream into 4
individual ASI streams
Fully transparent and efficient transport of content without
compromising the integrity of the original signal.
Compliant to SFN requirements
Each individual Transport stream can be descrambled
Matrix routing enables extracting individual Transport
streams from the concentrated bundle in order to send
over to various access points in the network.
Reduced capital investment on hub and remote sites
Lower operational costs thanks to efficient use of
Cost-effective and easy to implement technology
compared to traditional multiplexer solutions
Protection of the data content against unauthorized access
by other parties.
1. Primary digital TV distribution
Newtec has engineered the perfect solution to increase the
efficiency of satellite bandwidth usage. Transport streams from
different broadcasters or intended for different regions can be
bundled on the same satellite carrier. Cable head-ends and
terrestrial/mobile TV remote transmitters can now benefit from
optimized feeder links over satellite. Additionally this solution is
fully compatible with SFN requirements and allows protecting the
different transport streams independently.
2. ASI networking and routing
The matrix routing function enables routing between the
multiple inputs and the multiple outputs of the concentrator and
In a cabled or wireless network, the combined Transport streams
can be deconcentrated and the signals extracted individually in
order to send the required Transport streams to various access
points in the network.