HDMI over Coax Cable extension and/or Distribution System, with One to one or multiple to multiple capabilities.
The ANI-HDRF product is designed to convert an HDMI signal to HD digital TV signal based on DVB-T CAT5 transmission mode using 64QAM. The ANI-HDRF utilizes traditional coax cable and splitters to allow for multiple transmitters and receivers to share one cable. You can also interject an off-air or other modulated signal from other sources on the same coax. Using 64QAM produces a crystal clear image that you expect form HDTV. Large front panel LED displays allow easy channel selection. The ANI-HDRF is comprised of both a transmitter and receiver. Retains channel settings after power is removed. Both components are required to make this system work. You cannot use the ANI-HDRF Transmitter alone and a television with a built-in QAM tuner to receive the signal. You must also use the ANI-HDRF Receiver.
• HDMI over a single coax cable
• Multiple Tx and Rx in any combination
• HDCP compliant
• Resolutions up to 1080p@50/60Hz
• Easy Setup
When using a short coaxial cable (~300 feet), you may need to add a 20dB attenuator in series to lower the RF signal level.
• Power Supply: 100-240VAC 50/60Hz 300ma to 5VDC 1A power supply
• HDMI DDC Signal: HDMI1.3, fully compatible with HDCP
• Input Resolutions: 480i@60Hz, 480p@60Hz, 576i@50Hz, 576p@50Hz, 720p@50/60Hz,1080i@50/60Hz,1080p@50/60Hz
• Output Resolutions: 480i@60Hz, 480p@60Hz, 576i@50Hz, 576p@50Hz,720p@50/60Hz,1080i@50/60Hz,1080p@50/60Hz
• HDMI Graphics Resolution: Up to 1920x1080@60HZ
• Video Encoding: H.264
• Audio Encoding: MPEG2
• Coaxial Cable: RG6, RG7, RG11 etc.
• Effective Bit Rate: Max 31.6Mb
• Insertion Loss: <2dBm
• RF TX Output Level: +0dBm
• RF RX Sensitivity: Frequency specific
• RF Connector: Type “F” 75Ω
• Transmission Delay: 500ms
• Power Consumption: Tx: <3.5W / Rx: <3W
• Working Temperature: 32° – 122°F (0° – 50° C)
• Storage Temperature: 14° – 132°F (-10° – 55°C)
• Working Humidity: 10%-80% RH (none condensing)
• Storage Humidity: 0%-90% (none condensing)
• Product Dimension (LxWxH): 5 x 2.7 x 1 in (130x68x24 mm)
- ANI-HDRF Transmitter
- ANI-HDRF Receiver
- (2) 100-240VAC 50/60Hz 300mA to 5VDC 1A power supply
- Users Manual
One TX to one RX connection
1. Connect your component to the Transmitter.
2. Set the Channel on the Transmitter.
3. Connect the Transmitter to the RF Splitter and the splitter to the Receivers.
4. Set your Receivers to the same pre-selected channel on the Transmitter.
5. Connect the Receivers to your displays.
The Transmitter sends the HDMI signal over to the Receivers where the Receivers then deliver the signal to the displays
MULTIPLE TX to MULTIPLE RX connection
1. Connect your components to the Transmitters.
2. Set the Channels on the Transmitters.
3. Connect the Transmitters to the RF Splitter and the splitter to the Receivers.
4. Connect the Receivers to your displays.
5. Set your Receivers to the same pre-selected channels on the Transmitters.
The Transmitter sends the HDMI signal over to the Receivers where the Receivers then deliver the signal to the displays.
You can now change the channels on the Receivers to cycle through the connected components.
Channel parameters Settings
There are 0-99 channels available. There are (2) buttons to change the channels; the button on the left increments the (10’s) digit and the
button on the right increments the (1’s) digit. The combination of the (10’s) digits and single digits makes (99) channels total. As much as
logic would dictate, we have to say this anyways….the Tx and Rx must be on the same channel in order to receive a signal.