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The QAM modulator is a high performance modulator developed according to DVB-C (EN300429) standard. This unit provides a more powerful receiving ability to receive TS coming from encoder, multiplexer, DVB gateway, scrambler and etc. The QAM modulator supports 2 IP (MPTS/SPTS) input and 2 carriers output. Table I. Modulator Function Description Modulation Encoding Format FSK*, QPSK, DQPSK, 16-QAM, D16-QAM, Selectable via Control Bus Output Carrier Frequency Range DC – 63 MHz with +3.3 V Supply Voltage DC – 84 MHz with +5 V Supply Voltage Serial Input Data Rate Evenly Divisible Fraction of Reference Clock The MVS-4101-BB QAM Modulator and the MVS-5108-BB QAM Demodulator pave the way in providing a cost effective solution to send an ASI signal over a new or existing Analog Microwave System. These units support the DVB-C standard and can be used as a video confidence output monitor or an analog video feed. for 2 GHz, 256 Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) wireless receiver applications. Its industry-leading Noise Figure (NF), together with high linearity, make it ideal as a first-stage LNA in 256 QAM Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) radios. Operating with a single supply voltage, the SKY65971-11 consumes only 13 mA of current.