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HO1-571963-2012

March 20089

H.264 HIGH PROFILE &


MPEG-2 FIELD STRUCTURE
COMPLIANT
MONITORING DECODER
VD-7300
INSTRUCTION MANUAL

NEC Corporation
Copyright© 2008 by NEC Corporation

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Printed in Japan
PRECAUTIONS

To prevent you from facing death or suffering injury, this instruction manual and alert labels, attached to
the system, give you various safety instructions. You must read the safety instructions in this manual and
take notice of alert labels on the system before performing operation and maintenance work. Keep this
manual at hand so that you can read whenever necessary.

In case alert labels are attached to the system, be sure to read the instructions on the labels.

This manual is intended for the engineer who is engaged in installation and maintenance work of the
system. Do not perform operations other than mentioned in this manual.

 Malfunction/Repairs/Inquiries

Broadcast Maintenance Call Center


(Lines open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.)

Tel: +81- 42- 364 – 8926 (Direct number)

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Safety instructions in this manual are provided with the utmost consideration. However, the possibilities
that unexpected events could occur cannot be denied completely. Always pay attention to such unexpected
cases.

 Definitions of Alert Categories


The safety instructions are divided into the following categories to explain defects and damages that
may occur when the system is used illegally ignoring the alert.

This symbol is given to an item that is potentially dangerous to your


WARNING life. Disobedience to this instruction can lead to death or serious
injury.
This symbol is given to an item that is potentially dangerous to your
body and property. Disobedience to this instruction can cause
CAUTION injury to you, or damage to the property such as equipment and
components.

 Symbol Description

This symbol indicates cautions (including warning).


Instructive information is shown in or beside the symbol.

Sample) Shows "combustion alert".

This symbol indicates prohibited action.


Instructive information is shown in or beside the symbol.

Sample) Shows "do not disassemble".

This symbol indicates mandatory action to perform.


Instructive information is shown in or beside the symbol.

Sample) Shows "pull out plug".

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

The "Safety Instructions" gives you safety instructions for the unit. For other equipment, refer to the
relevant manual of the equipment.

WARNING
Disobedience to the instructions can lead to death or serious injury. Be sure to follow the
instructions indicated below.

WARNING

Do not use any other power supply cord than supplied as accessories. Use of
the power supply cord that is not supplied as accessories can cause a fire or
electric shock.
Prohibition

Do not handle the power supply cord like followings, which can lead to an
electric shock or fire by heat generation.
- Damage the power supply cord
- Modify the power supply cord
- Put heavy things on the power supply cord
Prohibition - Place the power supply cord near a stove or heater, or
heat the power supply cord
- Pull out the power supply cord by taking any other part than plug

Do not touch the power supply plug with wet hands. An electrical shock can
result.
Prohibition

When the unit is in the following state, stop using the unit and turn off the
power switch, pull out the power supply plug from the outlet. Then contact Call
Center. Continuous use in the following state can cause a fire.
- The unit smokes or outside the unit is extremely hot
Pull out - Abnormal noise or smell is generated from the unit
plug - Water comes inside the unit

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WARNING

If the power supply cord is damaged (e.g. core is exposed, cord is broken), ask
Call Center for replacement. Continuous use of the damaged power supply
cord can cause a fire or electric shock.
Prohibition

Never open the panels and covers that are secured with screws, except where
instructed to open in the instruction manual. An electric shock can result.
Prohibition

Do not remodel the unit or modify the components. Such modification or


Do not remodeling can lead to a fire.
disassemble

Remove dust on the power supply cord and the outlet regularly. If you use
dusty power supply cord and the outlet, micro electricity is generated on the
Mandatory surface due to moisture, which can cause heat generation and a fire.
action

If foreign matters (metallic piece, water, liquid) come inside the unit, turn off the
power switch immediately and pull out the power supply plug from the outlet.
Then contact Call Center. Use of the unit with foreign matters can cause a fire
Mandatory
action or electric shock.

Do not place a container that contains water on the unit. If the water is spilt, a
fire or electric shock can result.
Prohibition

Do not place metallic objects such as a clip and a stapler on the unit. If the
metallic objects fall inside the unit, a short circuit can occur inside the unit and
lead to a fire or electric shock.
Prohibition

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CAUTION
Disobedience to this instruction can cause injury to you, or damage to the property such as
equipment and components. Be sure to follow the instructions indicated below.
Especially the instructions for installation work are repeatedly indicated in the installation
procedures described in this manual.

CAUTION
Do not insert or pull out the power supply plug to/from the outlet while the unit
is powered on. Otherwise the power supply plug can be transformed by arc,
Prohibition which can lead to a fire from heat generation.

Do not install the unit where the temperature is above 45°C and humidity is
above 90%, and it is dusty, badly air-conditioned.
A fire or electric shock can result.
Prohibition

Do not install the unit near a heating appliance like a stove or heater. A fire can
result.
Prohibition

Install the unit in a stable and flat site. Otherwise the unit can fall down or drop
causing an injury to you.
Mandatory
action

To change unit location, be sure to pull out the power supply plug from the
outlet. Moving the unit with the power supply plug in the outlet can damage the
power supply cord, which can cause an electric shock or fire by heat
Mandatory generation.
action

When transporting the unit, prevent the unit and the mounted equipments
(power units, cards) from vibration. Vibration during transportation can cause
Mandatory breakdown of the unit and the mounted equipment.
action

When you need to move the unit, in order to prevent injury caused by the unit
overturning or being dropped, make sure that at least two persons work
together. Avoid bad posture, or it may result in personal injuries.
Mandatory
action

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CAUTION

If a fan alarm has been detected, turn the unit off within 20 minutes; otherwise,
the unit may become faulty.
Caution

To replace or clean the fan, follow the procedure written below. Otherwise
injury can result.
- Pull out the connector.
- Remove the fan from the unit.
- Replace or clean the fan.
Mandatory - Make sure that the fan is covered with protection net.
action - Install the fan to the unit.
- Insert the connector.

Do not install the unit to the site that is exposed to direct sunlight. Breakdown
can be caused.
Prohibition

Install the unit to the site with little dust. As the unit ventilates via the air duct in
front of the front panel, do not place obstacles in front of the front panel.
Prohibition

Do not block the air duct of the fan.


Mandatory
action

The unit has a lock type outlet. To pull out the power supply plug from the
outlet, unlock the outlet. Pulling out the locked plug can cause breakdown.
Mandatory
action

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―――Table of Contents―――

1 INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................... 1-1

1.1 GENERAL ........................................................................................................................... 1-1


1.2 FEATURES .......................................................................................................................... 1-1

2 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS, RATING AND STRUCTURE....................................... 2-1

2.1 OUTSIDE VIEW .................................................................................................................. 2-1


2.2 SIZE AND WEIGHT ............................................................................................................. 2-1
2.3 POWER SUPPLY RATING ..................................................................................................... 2-1
2.4 POWER CONSUMPTION ...................................................................................................... 2-1
2.5 AMBIENT CONDITIONS ...................................................................................................... 2-1

3 UNIT COMPOSITION .................................................................................................. 3-1

3.1 CONFIGURATION OF THE UNIT ........................................................................................... 3-1


3.2 COMPONENT NAMES ......................................................................................................... 3-1
3.2.1 Front of the Unit........................................................................................................ 3-1
3.2.2 Rear of the Unit......................................................................................................... 3-1
3.3 INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS.................................................................................................... 3-1

4 SWITCH SETTINGS ..................................................................................................... 4-1

4.1 IF BOARD .......................................................................................................................... 4-1


4.2 CONT BOARD ................................................................................................................... 4-1
4.3 DEC BOARD ...................................................................................................................... 4-1

5 OPERATIONAL STATUS INDICATION.................................................................... 5-1

5.1 FRONT OF THE UNIT .......................................................................................................... 5-1


5.2 IF BOARD .......................................................................................................................... 5-1
5.3 CONT BOARD ................................................................................................................... 5-1
5.4 DEC BOARD ...................................................................................................................... 5-1

6 INPUT AND OUTPUT SIGNAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................ 6-1

6.1 CONNECTOR LOCATION (OUTSIDE VIEW OF THE REAR PANEL) ........................................ 6-1
6.2 INPUT AND OUTPUT SIGNAL SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................... 6-1
6.3 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS.................................................................................................... 6-1
6.4 DETAILED SIGNAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................... 6-1
6.4.1 DVB-ASI and PCR ................................................................................................... 6-1
6.4.2 HD-SDI ..................................................................................................................... 6-1
6.4.3 SD-SDI...................................................................................................................... 6-1
6.4.4 AES........................................................................................................................... 6-1
6.4.5 CNTRL/INFO1, INFO2 Terminal (Ethernet) ........................................................... 6-1
6.4.6 ALARM Terminal..................................................................................................... 6-1
6.4.6.1 ALARM Terminal Pin Assignment....................................................................... 6-1
6.4.6.2 Connectors Recommended for ALARM Terminals .............................................. 6-1

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6.4.6.3 Interface Specifications of the ALARM Terminals............................................... 6-1
6.4.6.4 Timing Specifications of the ALARM Terminals ................................................. 6-1

7 FUNCTIONS................................................................................................................... 7-1

7.1 FUNCTIONAL OVERVIEW ................................................................................................... 7-1


7.2 UNIT BLOCK DIAGRAM ..................................................................................................... 7-1
7.2.1 TSDMX..................................................................................................................... 7-1
7.2.2 Video Decoder .......................................................................................................... 7-1
7.2.3 Audio Decoder .......................................................................................................... 7-1
7.2.4 Ancillary Processing (Option) .................................................................................. 7-1
7.2.5 PSI Processing .......................................................................................................... 7-1
7.2.6 PCR Regeneration..................................................................................................... 7-1
7.2.7 Audio SRC ................................................................................................................ 7-1
7.2.8 Embedded Audio Superimposition ........................................................................... 7-1
7.2.9 Video FS.................................................................................................................... 7-1
7.2.10 AES Audio Output Selection (Option)...................................................................... 7-1
7.2.11 ref. BB Sync.............................................................................................................. 7-1
7.2.12 Control Section ......................................................................................................... 7-1
7.2.13 Front Control Panel................................................................................................... 7-1
7.3 TS PROCESSING ................................................................................................................. 7-1
7.3.1 I/F.............................................................................................................................. 7-1
7.3.2 DEMUX Processing.................................................................................................. 7-1
7.4 VIDEO DECODING .............................................................................................................. 7-1
7.4.1 Overview................................................................................................................... 7-1
7.4.2 Video Decoding Scheme........................................................................................... 7-1
7.4.3 Resolution ................................................................................................................. 7-1
7.4.4 Countermeasure against Input Signal Discontinuity................................................. 7-1
7.4.5 Colorimetry Conversion............................................................................................ 7-1
7.5 AUDIO DECODING ............................................................................................................. 7-1
7.5.1 Overview................................................................................................................... 7-1
7.5.2 Audio Decoding Scheme .......................................................................................... 7-1
7.5.3 Support for AAC Optional Tool ................................................................................ 7-1
7.5.4 Quantity of ES’s ........................................................................................................ 7-1
7.5.5 Audio Mode .............................................................................................................. 7-1
7.5.6 Sampling Frequency ................................................................................................. 7-1
7.5.7 ES Bit-rate................................................................................................................. 7-1
7.5.8 Audio Channel Assignment ...................................................................................... 7-1
7.6 ANCILLARY DECODING (OPTION)...................................................................................... 7-1
7.7 ALARM/STATUS NOTIFICATION ......................................................................................... 7-1
7.7.1 Contact Output .......................................................................................................... 7-1
7.7.2 Ethernet Output......................................................................................................... 7-1
7.7.2.1 Protocol Layer....................................................................................................... 7-1
7.7.2.2 Configuration ........................................................................................................ 7-1
7.7.3 Notification Items ..................................................................................................... 7-1

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8 CONTROL ...................................................................................................................... 8-1

8.1 REMOTE CONTROL ............................................................................................................ 8-1


8.1.1 Control Reliability .................................................................................................... 8-1
8.1.2 Control Interface ....................................................................................................... 8-1
8.1.2.1 Ethernet Communication Specification ................................................................ 8-1
8.1.3 Control Items ............................................................................................................ 8-1
8.2 FRONT PANEL CONTROL .................................................................................................... 8-1
8.3 SIMULTANEOUS EXECUTION OF CONTROLS....................................................................... 8-1
8.4 OPERATIONAL STATUS AT THE TIME OF UNIT STARTUP (RESUME FUNCTION).................. 8-1

9 PERFORMANCE........................................................................................................... 9-1

9.1 HIGH RELIABILITY, STABILITY AND ENDURANCE .............................................................. 9-1


9.1.1 Fail Safe .................................................................................................................... 9-1
9.1.2 Length of Time between Video Interruptions on Receivers
and Restoration due to Unit Reset ............................................................................ 9-1
9.1.3 Length of Time between Watchdog Timer Detection and Unit Reset....................... 9-1
9.1.4 Effect of Intra-station Reference BB Signal Lack..................................................... 9-1

10 MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLE SHOOTING ..................................................... 10-1

10.1 TIME-CHANGE COMPONENTS .......................................................................................... 10-1


10.2 REGULAR MAINTENANCE................................................................................................ 10-1
10.3 REPLACEMENT OF THE BACKUP BATTERY (BUTTON BATTERY) ...................................... 10-1
10.4 POWER SUPPLY UNIT REPLACEMENTS ............................................................................ 10-1
10.5 FAN REPLACEMENT ......................................................................................................... 10-1
10.6 BOARD REPLACEMENT .................................................................................................... 10-1
10.7 INQUIRY IN THE EVENT OF FAILURE ................................................................................ 10-1
10.8 ADDRESS TO SEND FOR REPAIR ....................................................................................... 10-1

APPENDIX 1 COMMUNICATION CONTROL SPECIFICATION

APPENDIX 2 FRONT PANEL CONTROL INSTRUCTION MANUAL

APPENDIX 3 ALARM LIST

APPENDIX 4 EVENT MESSAGE LIST

APPENDIX 5 SNMP COMMUNICATION SPECIFICATION

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1 INTRODUCTION

1.1 General

This instruction manual describes the handling of the VD-7300 monitoring decoder to support both
High Profile compliant H.264 and MPEG-2.

Readers of this manual are assumed to be engineers working for broadcasting stations, etc.

Before starting to operate this unit, carefully read through this instruction manual and keep it handy
for future reference.

Note:
 Specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice for future improvement.

 Actual color of the product may slightly differ from the printing in this manual.

1.2 Features

The VD-7300 is a 1U-size decoder that supports a video multiformat. It is most suitable mainly for
the material transmission monitoring and for the transmission of materials.

 This unit is designed to operate 365 days a year, 24 hours a day and is highly reliable.

 The unit supports a video multiformat of 1080i/720p (option)/480i, and a chroma format of
420 and 422.

 For the video decoding system, the unit supports Level 4.1, H.264/MPEG-4AVC High
Profile and MPEG-2 (based on ISO/IEC 13818-2).

 The unit allows to output SDI embedded audio signals of up to group 2.

 The audio decoding system supports MPEG-2AAC, AAC+SBR(ISO/IEC 13818-7) and


MPEG-4AAC, HE-AAC(ISO/IEC 14496-3) decoding systems. Audio decoding can handle
up to 4 ES’s.

 Since the video FS and audio SRC are built in, the output video (embedded audio) signals
can be pulled into the intra-station sync.

1-1
 The unit is provided with the function to decode the ancillary packets for superimposing
them on the VBI area of the video signal. (Option)

 The remote control performed by the external controller and the status output function by
SNMP are provided.

 The unit status is notified by the alarm contact and open collector output.

 The RoHS command is supported.

1-2
2 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS, RATING AND
STRUCTURE

2.1 Outside View

Refer to Figure 2.1 in the next page.

2.2 Size and Weight

Measurements 19-inch rack mount type (44mm H x 430mm W x 590mm D) 1U


Weight 8.5kg or less

2.3 Power Supply Rating

Power supply voltage 100 to 240 VAC (single phase)


Power supply frequency 50Hz±1Hz or 60Hz±1Hz
Momentary voltage drop Normal operation for up to 1.5 cycles of 100% drop
Configuration Single configuration

2.4 Power Consumption

Power consumption 150W or less

2.5 Ambient Conditions

Storage temperature -10°C to 50°C


Guaranteed operational 5°C to 40°C
temperature
Guaranteed performance 10°C to 35°C
temperature
Ambient humidity 30 to 80% (non-condensation)
Installation environment In-station

2-1
Figure 2.1

2-2
3 UNIT COMPOSITION

3.1 Configuration of the Unit

Table 3.1 shows the configuration and list of drawings of the unit.

Table 3.1

Assembly Drawing Circuit Drawing


NO Quantity Name Type Number
Number Number
1 0 0 1 Unit HPV-3412A-R 373-760160-#01 -
Electric parts in the
1 0 1 HPV-3413A-R 374-940567 373-757368
chassis
1 1 Back board HPV-3407A-R HF9-234604-001
2 1 Power supply unit HPV-3405A-R CBE-000501-003
2 0 1 IF board HPV-3400B-R 373-760166 373-757027
3 0 1 CONT board HPV-3401B-R 373-760167 373-757354
4 0 1 DEC board HPV-3402C-R 373-760024 373-757356
5 0 1 Front control panel HPV-3312A 374-940231 373-757184
Note:
Drawings and configuration of the unit are subject to change for future improvement.

3-1
3.2 Component Names

3.2.1 Front of the Unit

Panel fixing knobs LCD display Status indication LEDs Front control keys

To open the front panel, slide


the knobs inside and pull the
panel toward you.

Figure 3.1

3.2.2 Rear of the Unit

AC inlet Frame ground (FG) Rear fans

Figure 3.2
Note:
Always ground the unit. Otherwise, the tolerance of electrostatic withstand voltage becomes
lower.

3-2
3.3 Input/Output Signals

TS input TS-IN SDI-OUT 3 Video/Embedded audio output

Decoder
refBB input BB-IN VD-7300 100/10BASE-T REMOTE control
100/10BASE-T Information LAN
ALARM ALARM contact

Front control panel

Figure 3.3
Note: The front control panel is integrated with the unit.

3-3
(memo)

3-4
4 Switch Settings
This chapter describes how to set the switches on the individual boards.

Note:
The switch settings are subject to change for different styles of operation or future improvement.

4-1
4.1 IF Board

Table 4.1

Name
Indication Normal Setting Setting Description
(Number)
ON OFF ON OFF
1 ■ 1 Fixed
2 ■ 2 Fixed
3 ■ 3 Fixed
SW1 4 ■ 4 Fixed
5 ■ 5 Fixed
6 ■ 6 Fixed
7 ■ 7 Fixed
8 ■ 8 Fixed
SW2 Push switch IF board reconfiguration

SW2

SW1

Figure 4.1

4-2
4.2 CONT Board

Table 4.2

Name
Indication Normal Setting Setting Description
(Number)

SW1 CONFIG Push switch CONT board reconfiguration

SW2 RESET Push switch Unit reset

ON OFF ON OFF
1 ■ 1 Boot-ROM startup Unit F/W startup
2 ■ 2 F/W bank 1 startup F/W bank 0 startup
3 ■ 3 Fixed
SW3 MAIN 4 ■ 4 Fixed
5 ■ 5 Fixed
6 ■ 6 Fixed
7 ■ 7 Fixed
8 ■ 8 Fixed

ON OFF ON OFF
1 ■ 1 Boot-ROM startup Unit F/W startup
2 ■ 2 F/W bank 1 startup F/W bank 0 startup
3 ■ 3 Fixed
SW4 SUB 4 ■ 4 Fixed
5 ■ 5 Fixed
6 ■ 6 Fixed
7 ■ 7 Fixed
8 ■ 8 Fixed

SW5 CF Push switch Writing start in CompactFlash memory

ON OFF ON OFF
1 ■ 1 Fixed
2 ■ 2 Fixed
3 ■ 3 Fixed
SW6 FPGA 4 ■ 4 Fixed
5 ■ 5 Fixed
6 ■ 6 Fixed
7 ■ 7 Fixed
8 ■ 8 Fixed

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ON OFF ON OFF
1 ■ 1 Fixed
2 ■ 2 Fixed
3 ■ 3 Fixed
SW7 FPGA 4 ■ 4 Fixed
5 ■ 5 Fixed
6 ■ 6 Fixed
7 ■ 7 Fixed
8 ■ 8 Fixed

ON OFF ON OFF
1 ■ 1 Fixed
2 ■ 2 Fixed
3 ■ 3 Fixed
SW8 FPGA 4 ■ 4 Fixed
5 ■ 5 Fixed
6 ■ 6 Fixed
7 ■ 7 Fixed
8 ■ 8 Fixed

SW1
SW6
SW7
SW8

SW5
SW3
SW4
SW2

Figure 4.2

4-4
4.3 DEC Board

Table 4.3

Name
Indication Normal Setting Setting Description
(Number)

ON OFF ON OFF
1 ■ 1 Fixed
2 ■ 2 Fixed
3 ■ 3 Fixed
4 ■ 4 Fixed
SW1 PSUB
5 ■ 5 Fixed
6 ■ 6 Fixed
7 ■ 7 Fixed
8 ■ 8 Fixed

* Parts may not be mounted.

ON OFF ON OFF
1 ■ 1 Boot-ROM startup Unit F/W startup
2 ■ 2 F/W bank 1 startup F/W bank 0 startup
3 ■ 3 Fixed
4 Fixed
SW2 HOST 4 ■
5 Fixed
5 ■
6 Fixed
6 ■ 7 Fixed
7 ■ 8 Startup with Normal
8 ■ device unmounted

4-5
ON OFF
1 Fixed
2 Fixed
3 VDEC unmounted VDEC mounted
ON OFF 4 Setting max. number of audio ES’s
1 ■ 4:OFF 5:OFF 6:OFF → 4ES
2 ■ 4:ON 5:OFF 6:OFF → 3ES
3 ■ 5 4:OFF 5:ON 6:OFF → 2ES
SW3 CPUIF 4 ■ 4:ON 5:ON 6:OFF → 1ES
5 ■ 6 4:OFF 5:OFF 6:ON → 0ES
6 ■ Setting other than
7 ■ the above → prohibited
8 ■ 7 CODEC board function selection
7:OFF 8:OFF → TENC
7:ON 8:OFF → PENC
8 7:OFF 8: ON → DEC
7:ON 8: ON → prohibited

ON OFF ON OFF
1 ■ 1 Fixed
2 ■ 2 Fixed
3 ■ 3 Fixed
SW4 MAIN 4 ■ 4 Fixed
5 ■ 5 Fixed
6 ■ 6 Fixed
7 ■ 7 Fixed
8 ■ 8 Fixed

SW5 CONFIG Push switch DEC board reconfiguration

SW6 RESET Push switch DEC board reset

SW7 CPUIF 0 Fixed

SW8 MAIN 0 Fixed

4-6
SW5

SW1
SW2
SW3
SW7

SW6
SW8
SW4

Figure 4.3

4-7
(memo)

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5 OPERATIONAL STATUS INDICATION

5.1 Front of the Unit

Table 5.1 describes the LEDs located on the unit front panel, to indicate the operational statuses of
the unit.

Table 5.1

Indication Color Description Lit Unlit Remarks


POWER Green Power ON indication Power ON Power OFF

FAIL Red Total alarm Abnormal Normal When the LED is lit, check
operation the detail information of the
alarm from the LCD display
or via LAN and take
necessary measures.
INPUT Orange Input signal status Abnormal Normal When the LED is lit, check
input signal the input signal, referring to
the detail information from
LCD display or via LAN.
For BB-IN, abnormal
detection is conducted only at
the time of setting REF
CHECK to ON.

POWER
ESC ENT

FAIL

INPUT

Figure 5.1

5-1
5.2 IF Board

Table 5.2 describes the LED’s to indicate the operational statuses of the IF board.
The locations of LED’s on the board are as shown in Figure 5.2.

Table 5.2

Indication Color Description Lit Unlit Remarks


LED4 Green TS-IN INPUT LOCK LOCK UNLOCK
LED5 Green SDI/TS OUTPUT LOCK LOCK UNLOCK
LED7 Green BS-NET1 RX Receiving status Idle status
LED8 Green BS-NET1 TX Transmitting status Idle status
LED9 Green BS-NET2 RX Receiving status Idle status
LED10 Green BS-NET2 TX Transmitting status Idle status
LED17-24 Green For debugging Don’t care

LED9-10 LED7-8
LED5

LED4

LED17-24

Figure 5.2

5-2
5.3 CONT Board

Table 5.3 describes the LED’s to indicate the operational statuses of the CONT board. The locations
of LED’s on the board are as shown in Figure 5.3.

Table 5.3

Indication Color Description Lit Unlit Remarks


LED1-6 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED7-14 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED15-22 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED23-30 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED31-32 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED33 Green Insertion of CompactFlash CompactFlash CompactFlash not
inserted inserted
LED34 Green CompactFlash access CompactFlash CompactFlash not
being accessed being accessed

LED4 LED1
LED6
LED3 LED2 LED5

LED33-34
LED23-30
LED31-32
LED 7-14
LED15-22

Figure 5.3

5-3
5.4 DEC Board

Table 5.4 describes the LED’s to indicate the operational statuses of DEC board.

Table 5.4

Name
Indication Color Description Lit Unlit Remarks
(Number)
LED1 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED2 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED3 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED4 Green For debugging Don’t care Parts may not be
PSUB
LED5 Green For debugging Don’t care mounted.
LED6 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED7 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED8 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED9 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED10 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED11 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED12 Green For debugging Don’t care
HOST
LED13 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED14 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED15 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED16 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED17 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED18 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED19 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED20 Green For debugging Don’t care
CPUIF
LED21 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED22 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED23 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED24 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED25 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED26 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED27 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED28 Green For debugging Don’t care
MAIN
LED29 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED30 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED31 Green For debugging Don’t care
LED32 Green For debugging Don’t care

5-4
LED1-8
LED9-16
LED17-24

LED25-32

Figure 5.4

5-5
(memo)

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6 INPUT AND OUTPUT SIGNAL SPECIFICATIONS

6.1 Connector Location


(Outside View of the Rear Panel)

Figure 6.1 shows the connector location of the unit.

AC-IN FAN4 ALARM BB-IN AES-OUT FAN5

CNTRL/INFO1 BSNET TS-IN SDI-OUT

INFO2 TS-THRU

Figure 6.1

6.2 Input and Output Signal Specifications

Table 6.1, Table 6.2 and Table 6.3 show the input and output signals of the unit.
* For details of abbreviations/indications used in these signal specifications, see Table 6.4.

Table 6.1

Input
Signal Specification
Connector Connector Remarks
(Abbreviation)
Indication
TS-IN BNC x 1 ASI Transport stream input
BB-IN BNC x 1 RS-170A Reference BB (black burst) signal input. When
there is no input, an internal sync takes place.

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Table 6.2

Output
Signal Specification
Connector Connector Remarks
(Abbreviation)
Indication
SDI-OUT BNC x 3 HD-SDI The HD-SDI or SD-SDI video signal output
1 to 3 SD-SDI includes an embedded audio signal.
HD-embedded HD or SD is selected automatically by the video
SD-embedded format of the input TS.
TS-THRU BNC x 1 ASI Active-through output of TS inputted at TS-IN
Used for debugging. Output characteristics are not
guaranteed.
AES1 to 4 BNC x 4 AES AES/EBU digital audio signal interface. Connector
(*1) for expansion.
(*1): These connectors are those for expansion. Not available in the standard specification.

Table 6.3

Control
Signal Specification
Connector Connector Remarks
(Abbreviation)
Indication
ALARM D-sub 15- Relay contact Alarm contact output.
pin x 1 High-density type D-sub 15-pin (inch screw
thread); Japan Aviation Electronics Industry
D02-M15SAG-20L9E or equivalent.
BSNET BNC x 2 BSNET Not used in this unit.
CNTRL/INFO1 RJ-45 x 1 Ethernet
INFO2 RJ-45 x 1 Ethernet

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6.3 List of Abbreviations

The details of standards of the aforementioned abbreviations are as per Table 6.4.

Table 6.4

Abbreviation Standard Remarks


ASI Scheme: MPEG-2 TS
(Transport Stream)
I/F: DVB-ASI
Format: (204,188) or (188)
RS-170A RS-170A Black burst signal
HD-SDI Standard: SMPTE-274M/BTA S-001B 108i serial digital component video signal
I/F: SMPTE-292M
Frame frequency: 29.97Hz/25Hz
Interlace ratio: 2:1
Standard: SMPTE-296M 720p serial digital component video signal
I/F: SMPTE-292M
Frame frequency: 59.94Hz
Interlace ratio: 1:1
HD-embedded BTA-S-006B Audio signal embedded on HD-SDI signal
SMPTE-299M
SD-SDI Standard: SMPTE-259M 480i serial digital component video signal
I/F: SMPTE-259M (2nd revision)
Frame frequency: 29.97Hz/25Hz
Interlace ratio: 2:1
SD-embedded SMPTE-272M Audio signal embedded in SD-SDI signal
AES Standard: SMPTE-276M AES/EBU digital audio signal interface
I/F: AES3id
Relay contact Make/break or open collector Alarm information: Contact
Tally information: Open collector
Ethernet IEEE 802.3/IEEE 802.3u 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
BSNET Scheme: BSNET
Communication scheme: ARC-NET
Network scheme: Bus
Network protocol: Token passing
Communication speed: 10/5Mbps

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6.4 Detailed Signal Specifications

6.4.1 DVB-ASI and PCR

Table 6.5

Specification Remarks
Signal level 800mVp-p ±10% 75Ω termination
Rise/fall time Max. 1.2nS between 20% and 80% of signal
amplitude points
Frequency 270MHz±100ppm
Rate of change of 27,000,000-810Hz ≦ f ≦ 27,000,000+810Hz
system_clock_frequency * f = System_clock_frequency
with time
PCR tolerance ±500nS

6.4.2 HD-SDI

Table 6.6

Specification Remarks
Signal level 800mVp-p ±10% 75Ω termination
Rise/fall time Within 270ps between 20% and 80% of signal
amplitude points
DC offset 0.0V ±0.5V
Timing jitter 1.0 UIp-p or less Filter 10Hz
Alignment jitter 0.2 UIp-p or less Filter 100KHz
Cable compensation 100m or more When 5C-FB coaxial
cable is used

6.4.3 SD-SDI

Table 6.7

Specification Remarks
Signal level 800mVp-p ±10% 75Ω termination
Rise/fall time 0.4nS to 1.5nS between 20% and 80%
of signal amplitude points
DC offset 0.0V±0.5V
Timing jitter 0.2 UIp-p or less Filter 10Hz
Alignment jitter 0.2 UIp-p or less Filter 1KHz
Cable compensation 200m or more When 5C-2V coaxial cable is
used

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6.4.4 AES
Table 6.8

Specification Remarks
Signal level 1.0Vp-p ±10% 75Ω termination

6.4.5 CNTRL/INFO1, INFO2 Terminal (Ethernet)

The pin assignment of Ethernet is shown in Table 6.9.

Table 6.9

Pin Number Signal Name Remarks


1 Tx (+)
2 Tx (−)
3 Rx (+)
4 Unused
5 Unused
6 Rx (−)
7 Unused
8 Unused
RJ-45 (modular jack)

6.4.6 ALARM Terminal

6.4.6.1 ALARM Terminal Pin Assignment

The pin assignment of alarm and status change output (contact) is shown in Table 6.10.

Table 6.10

Pin Signal
Signal Name Condition Remarks
No. Specification
1 Power supply Contact Notifies the occurrence of abnormal operation
alarm due to power off or voltage drop.
2 Unit alarm Contact Notifies the abnormal operation inside the unit.
3 Fan alarm Contact Notifies the stop or decline in rotation of fans.
4 Alarm common Common Not grounded
5 Alarm trigger O.C. Notifies the status change of unit alarm.
6 Reserved O.C.

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7 Warning trigger O.C. Notifies the situation outside the decoder. (*1)
8 Reserved O.C.
9 GND GND
10 Test O.C. Notifies that the unit is working in test mode.
11 Remote/Local O.C. Notifies that the remote control is being locked.
12 Reserved O.C.
13 Reserved O.C.
14 Reserved O.C.
15 GND GND
O.C.: Open collector
*1: Notifies you of the signal loss of TS input, reference input and etc.

6.4.6.2 Connectors Recommended for ALARM Terminals

Table 6.11 shows the recommended connectors for ALARM terminals.

Table 6.11

Shape High-density D-SUB 15-pin


Contact on the unit side Socket contact (female)
Contact on the cable side Pin contact (male)
Contact material Gold plated
EMI protection Yes
Lock screw block Hexagonal, inch screw thread
Recommended part (unit side) J.S.T. Mfg. Co. product.
KEY-15S-2A3G (to be mounted on the board using
L-angles)
Recommended part (cable-side connector) J.S.T.Mfg. Co. product
KEC-15P-3
Recommended Part (cable-side shell) J.S.T.Mfg. Co. product
JK-C15-1C

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6.4.6.3 Interface Specifications of the ALARM Terminals

Figure 6.2 shows the equivalent circuits of open collectors and contacts. Table 6.12 shows the ratings.

Equivalent circuit
Open collector signal output
From control circuit

Normally closed

From control circuit common

Normally open

Figure 6.2

Table 6.12

Rating Remarks
Open collector Max. 30VDC 250mA
Contact Max. 15VAC or 15VDC, 500mA

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6.4.6.4 Timing Specifications of the ALARM Terminals

Type 1
Break(Hi-Z )

Type 1 signal Status 1 Status 2 Status 3


Make(Lo-Z )

Break( Hi- Z)

Status change

Make(Lo- Z) T4
T1 T2

T3

Type 2
Break(Hi-Z )

Type 2 signal

Make(Lo-Z )
T1 T2

Break( Hi- Z)
T3

Status change don’t care


Make(Lo- Z)

Figure 6.3

[Type 1]

Type 1 signals are as follows:


 Total alarm
 Fan alarm

Table 6.13

Symbol Meaning MIN MAX Remarks


T1 Setup time for a rise of Approx. 500mS ―
status change signal (1GOP)
T2 Hold time for a rise of Approx. 500mS ―
status change signal (1GOP)
T3 Time until reactivated Approx. 1S ―
(2GOP)
T4 Difference of change ±10mS ― Though the signals are driven
time simultaneously, this specification
is adopted in consideration of relay
chattering, etc.

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[Type 2]

Type 2 signals are as follows:


 Unit alarm

Table 6.14

Symbol Meaning MIN MAX Remarks


T1 Minimum active time Approx. 33.3mS ―
(1 frame)
T2 Minimum inactive time Approx. 33.3mS ―
(1 frame)
T3 Minimum time until Approx. 66.7mS ―
reactivated (2 frames)

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(memo)

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7 FUNCTIONS

7.1 Functional Overview

This unit decodes the input MPEG2 TS (ISO/IEC 13818-1: 2000) signal, 1ES of video and up to
4ES’s of audio, and outputs HD or SD-SDI (with embedded audio) according to the video format of
the input transport stream.

The video decoding is performed in accordance with both H.264 standard (ITU-T Rec. H.264;
ISO/IEC 14496-10: 2003) High Profile @Level 4.1 and MPEG-2 Video (ISO/IEC 13818-2)
MP@HL, MP@ML, 422P@HL, 422P@ML. The audio decoding is performed in accordance with
MPEG-2 AAC and AAC+SBR (ISO/IEC 13818-7) as well as MPEG-4 AAC and HE AAC (ISO/IEC
14496-3) decoding schemes.

7.2 Unit Block Diagram

Figure 7.1 shows the block diagram of this unit.

TS-ASI-IN Video Ancillary Embedded HD/SD SDI-OUT1 to 3


Video FS
decoding superposition audio superposition

Max. 4ES
Audio AES audio
Audio AES-OUT1 to 4 (option)
Sync signal decoding Audio SRC output selection
decoding

REF.BB-IN ref.BB sync


TS Ancillary
DEMUX processing

PSI
processing

PCR
regeneration

RS-422A (option)

BSNET (option)

Control
section CNTRL/INFO1, INFO2

ALARM (contact)

Audio Mode (option)

Front control panel

Figure 7.1

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7.2.1 TSDMX

This section performs the demultiplex processing of the input TS signal from TS-IN terminal, to
produce video packets, audio packets, PMT packets and PCR packets.

7.2.2 Video Decoder

This section performs the decoding processing of video signals that are based on H.264;
MPEG-4/AVC (ITU-T Rec. H.264; ISO/IEC 14496-10: 2003) High Profile @Level 4.1 or on
MPEG-2 VIDEO (ISO/IEC 13818-2).

7.2.3 Audio Decoder

This section performs the decoding processing based on MPEG-2 AAC and AAC + SBR (ISO/IEC
13818-7) as well as MPEG-4 AAC and HE-AAC (ISO/IEC 14496-3). Decoding of max. 4ES’s is
possible.

7.2.4 Ancillary Processing (Option)

This section performs the decoding processing of Ancillary packets.

7.2.5 PSI Processing

This section performs the analysis of PMT packets.

7.2.6 PCR Regeneration

This section extracts the PCR value out of PCR packet, and regenerates the reference 27MHz system
clock.

7.2.7 Audio SRC

The SRC (Sampling Rate Converter) section makes the audio signal outputted from the Audio
Decoding section synchronize with the clock generated from the inter-stationary reference BB. It is
possible to process the signals for max. 4 stereo pairs (8 ch.).

7.2.8 Embedded Audio Superimposition

This section superimposes the audio signal outputted from the Audio SRC section on the video signal
outputted from Video FS section.

7.2.9 Video FS

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The video FS (Frame Synchronizer) section synchronizes the decoded video signal with the
intra-station reference BB signal applied to the BB-IN terminal or with the PCR of the input TS.

7.2.10 AES Audio Output Selection (Option)

This section converts 4 stereo pairs of audio signals among the max. 16 channels of audio signals to
AES/EBU format signals for outputting. * This function requires an expansion board.

7.2.11 ref. BB Sync

This section generates the clock and sync signal synchronized with the intra-station reference signal
applied to the BB-IN connector.

7.2.12 Control Section

The control section interfaces between the host controller and the working sections of this unit and
controls the entire unit in response to the remote control from the host controller. Remote control is
performed by the settings from the host controller and the responses to the settings.
Besides, this section outputs the alarm signals when any alarms occur.

7.2.13 Front Control Panel

This panel is used for the local control of the entire unit. Basically, the same control as the remote
control can be performed manually; however, there are some controls which only enables either
remote or local.

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7.3 TS Processing

The TS processing section of this unit performs the demultiplex processing of a TS signal applied to
the TS-IN terminal to produce video packets (1 ES), audio packets (max. 4 ES’s), PMT packets and
PCR packets.
Also it regenerates the reference 27MHz system clock by extracting the PCR value out of the PCR
packet.

7.3.1 I/F

The input format is based on the DVB-ASI interface compliant with ISO/IEC 13818-1: 2000
MPEG2 TS (Transport Stream): either (188, 204) format or (188) format. Both byte transmission
mode and packet transmission mode are supported. RS error correction function is not provided.

7.3.2 DEMUX Processing

DEMUX processing is possible for PMT, PCR, video 1PID and audio 4PID.
In this unit, the PSI (Program Service Information) of the input TS stream is analyzed, and the
decoding is performed by selecting a mode from the following 4 modes.

1. AUTO
There is no service ID setting by the user; decoding is automatically performed
according to the information written at the top of PAT/PMT.

2. SERVICE ID RECEIVED
This is the decoding mode in which the user selects one among the service ID’s
included in the receiving TS stream. After selecting a service ID, the PID of
video/audio, etc. in which the description is performed earlier among the
corresponding PMT is used.

3. SERVICE ID DIRECT
The decoding is performed by using the service ID directly set by the user. After
selecting a service ID, the PID of video/audio, etc. in which the description is
performed earlier among the corresponding PMT is used.

4. PID DIRECT
Decoding is performed by directly assigning the PID. The information described in
PAT/PMT is disregarded.

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7.4 Video Decoding

7.4.1 Overview

The video decoder of the unit can decode signals in conformity with H.264; MPEG-4/AVC High
Profile@Level 4.1 and MPEG-2 Video.

7.4.2 Video Decoding Scheme

 ITU-T Rec. H.264; ISO/IEC 14496-10


Main Profile @Level 4.1 and High Profile @Level 4.1
 MPEG-2 VIDEO (ISO/IEC 13818-2)
1080i : MP@HL
720p : MP@HL (Option)
480i : MP@ML

7.4.3 Resolution

The resolution shown in Table 7.1 is supported.


Table 7.1

Video Format Number of H Picture Elements Number of V Picture Elements


1920 1080
1080i
1440 1080
720p
1280 720
(Option)
576i* 720 576
480i 720 480
*H.264 only(2nd revision)

7.4.4 Countermeasure against Input Signal Discontinuity

An FS (frame synchronizer) is mounted at the input stage of the unit, so that an input signal
interruption may not cause an abnormal operation in the output video sync. A frame synchronizer is
composed of frame memories. When using the FS in the reference BB sync, never fail to input the
reference BB signal.

7.4.5 Colorimetry Conversion

The unit supports the colorimetry conversion. When the SDTV stream is inputted, it is possible to
convert a color difference axis from ITU-R BT.709 to BT.601. The ON/OFF setting of this
conversion can be seamlessly changed by the external control or the local control set with front LCD
operation. However, when the HDTV stream is inputted, this conversion is not available.

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7.5 Audio Decoding

7.5.1 Overview

The audio decoder performs decoding processing of signals based on MPEG-2 AAC LC profile,
MPEG-2 AAC + SBR, MPEG-4 AAC and MPEG-4 HE-AAC (High Efficiency Advanced Audio
Coding) v1, v2 profile schemes. The audio decoder allows decoding of max. 4 ES’s.

7.5.2 Audio Decoding Scheme

The following schemes are supported.

 MPEG-2 AAC (ISO/IEC 13818-7)


 MPEG-2 AAC + SBR (ISO/IEC 13818-7)
 MPEG-4 AAC (ISO/IEC 14496-3)
 MPEG-4 HE-AAC v1, v2 (ISO/IEC 14496-3) *1)
 MPEG-2 BC (ISO/IEC 13818-3) *2)
 MPEG-1 Layer2 (ISO/IEC 11172-3) *2)
 Linear PCM (SMPTE302M-2002) *3)

*1) HE-AAC v1= AAC + SBR


HE-AAC v2= AAC + SBR + PS (Parametric Stereo)
*2) Not available in the standard specification.
*3) Maximum 8 channels. Not available in the standard specification.

Table 7.2

Input Data Decoding Operation


AAC(48kHz) AAC
AAC(48kHz) + SBR AAC + SBR (Down-Sampling mode)
AAC(48kHz) + SBR + PS AAC + SBR (Down-Sampling mode) + PS
AAC(24kHz) AAC + Up-Sampling
AAC(24kHz) + SBR AAC + SBR
AAC(24kHz) + SBR + PS AAC + SBR + PS
* ( ) shows the AAC sampling frequency.

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7.5.3 Support for AAC Optional Tool

The status of support for AAC optional tool is as shown in Table 7.3.

Table 7.3

No. Too Status of Support Processing


1 M/S Supported
PNS Supported
2 Prediction Not supported Error
3 Intensity Supported
Dependently switched coupling Not supported Error
4 TNS Supported
5 Gain control Not supported Error
6 Independently switched coupling Not supported Error

7.5.4 Quantity of ES’s

Maximum 4 ES’s are supported.

7.5.5 Audio Mode

The following modes are supported.

Mono (1/0), stereo (2/0), dual mono (1/0 + 1/0), 2/1, 3/0, 2/2, 3/1, 3/2, 5.1ch (3/2 + LFE)
Note that as for MPEG-1 Layer 2 (option), only mono (1/0), stereo (2/0) and dual mono (1/0 +
1/0) are supported, and as for MPEG-2 BC (option), only 5.1ch (3/2 + LFE) is supported.

7.5.6 Sampling Frequency

The following sampling frequencies are supported.

Full rate: 48 kHz


Half rate: 24 kHz
* The audio sampling frequency of the unit output is 48kHz in either case.

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7.5.7 ES Bit-rate
The following bit-rates are supported.
AAC : 48 to 576 kbps
HE-AAC : 24 to 256 kbps

7.5.8 Audio Channel Assignment


This unit can receive four audio streams simultaneously, and output max. 8 channels of embedded
audio signals. If an expansion module of AES-EBU output is mounted, it is also possible to output
max. 8 channels of AES/EBU audio signals through the connectors for expansion. AES/EBU is not
available in the standard specification. The four audio signals are distinguished as 1st ES, 2nd ES, 3rd
ES and 4th ES, and the assignment is determined by the following method.

 When the receive mode is AUTO, SERVICE ID RECEIVED, and SERVICE ID DIRECT,
the 1st ES, 2nd ES, 3rd ES and 4th ES are defined from the information described in the PMT
that is the object of reception.

 When the receive mode is PID DIRECT, the PID set in AUDIO1 is defined as 1st ES, the
PID set in AUDIO2 as 2nd ES, the PID set in AUDIO3 as 3rd ES, and the PID set in AUDIO4
as 4th ES, respectively.

As for the output channel, the assignment can be made by selecting any one of the following modes.
The output channel group without assignment gives output of no-sound.

1. 1ES (1st PID) mode


The mode in which channel assignment is made in accordance with Table 7.4 by selecting 1st
ES audio only.

2. 1ES (2nd PID) mode


The mode in which channel assignment is made in accordance with Table 7.4 by selecting 2nd
ES audio only.

3. 1ES (3rd PID) mode


The mode in which channel assignment is made in accordance with Table 7.4 by selecting 3rd
ES audio only.

4. 1ES (4th PID) mode


The mode in which channel assignment is made in accordance with Table 7.4 by selecting 4th
ES audio only.

5. Combination mode
The mode in which channel assignment is made so that the 1st ES audio to 4th ES audios are
assigned with 2 channels or 6 channels as a unit. In the ES in which 2ch is selected, if the
stream is encoded in the channel mode of 3 channels or more, only ch1/ch2 in Table 7.4 are
outputted.

1'ST/2'ND 6ch/2ch
Outputs 6 channels of 1st ES and 2 channels of 2nd ES.

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1'ST/2'ND 2ch/6ch
Outputs 2 channels of 1st ES and 6 channels of 2nd ES.
3'RD/4'TH 6ch/2ch
Outputs 6 channels of 3rd ES and 2 channels of 4th ES.
3'RD/4'TH 2ch/6ch
Outputs 2 channels of 3rd ES and 6 channels of 4th ES.
1'ST /4'TH 2/2/2/2
Outputs each two channels of 1st ES to 4th ES audios.

Table 7.4

Channel Encoding AES/EBU 1 AES/EBU 2 AES/EBU 3 AES/EBU 4


Mode Type ch1 ch2 ch3 ch4 ch5 ch6 ch7 ch8
1/0 AAC,HE M M
2/0 AAC,HE L R
1/0+1/0 AAC,HE M1 M2
2/1 AAC,HE L R MS
2/2 AAC,HE L R LS RS
3/0 AAC,HE L R C
3/1 AAC,HE L R C MS
3/2 AAC,HE L R C LS RS
5.1ch AAC,HE L R C LFE LS RS
Audio mode other than the
above.
Encoding scheme: AAC=MPEG2 AAC@LC, HE=HE-AAC
* In the portions shown in dark gray, no-sound is outputted.

Table 7.5 shows the channel assignment per mode for audio channels.

Table 7.5

AES/EBU 1 AES/EBU 2 AES/EBU 3 AES/EBU 4


CH ASSIGN
ch1 ch2 ch3 ch4 ch5 ch6 ch7 ch8
1’ST PID 1st ES audio
2’ND PID 2nd ES audio
3’RD PID 3rd ES audio
4’TH PID 4th ES audio
1'ST/2'ND 6ch/2ch 1st ES audio 2nd ES audio
1'ST/2'ND 2ch/6ch 1st ES audio 2nd ES audio
3'RD/4'TH 6ch/2ch 3rd ES audio 4th ES audio
3'RD/4'TH 2ch/6ch 3rd ES audio 4th ES audio
1'ST-4'TH 2/2/2/2 1st ES audio 2nd ES audio 3rd ES audio 4th ES audio
* In the portions shown in dark gray, no-sound is outputted.

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7.6 Ancillary Decoding (Option)

It is possible to superimpose the received ancillary data and time code on the output video signal. The
supported ancillary packet data are as shown in Table 7.6.
This function is not available in the standard specification. It is an optional function.

Table 7.6

Type Standard Video to be Superimposed


Inter-stationary control signal ARIB TR-B23 1080i, 480i
Digital closed-caption signal ARIB TR-B23 1080i, 480i
Material transmission ancillary signal ARIB TR-B22 1080i

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7.7 Alarm/Status Notification

Alarm information and status information can be output using the contact outputs and Ethernet. For
details, refer to Appendix 3 “Alarms List” and Appendix “Events List”.

7.7.1 Contact Output

Refer to 6.4.6 “ALARM Terminal”.

7.7.2 Ethernet Output


Described below are only outlines. Refer to Appendix 5 “SNMP Communication Specifications” for
details.

7.7.2.1 Protocol Layer

Table 7.7 shows the specifications of the protocol.


Table 7.7

Layer Layer Name Control Remarks


5 Application layer SNMP
4 Transport layer UDP Compliant with the international standard
3 Network layer IP Compliant with the international standard
2 Data link layer Ethernet Compliant with the IEEE802.3/IEEE802.3u
1 Physical layer Ethernet Compliant with the IEEE802.3/IEEE802.3u
 Communication speed: 10Mbps (10BASE-T)/100Mbps (100BASE-TX)

7.7.2.2 Configuration

By using the TRAP function of SNMP, notification is made to max. 2 managers registered in
VD-7300, at the time of alarm occurrence.

7.7.3 Notification Items

Listed below are examples of notification items.

 Alarm
 Error status

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8 Control
This unit supports remote control, NET-Q control and local control from the front control panel.

8.1 Remote Control

The remote control of this unit is configured by means of Ethernet. Also it is possible to configure it
by BSNET or RS-422A as an option.

8.1.1 Control Reliability

The control protocol of this unit provides a response (ACK or NACK) to a received command. The
host system makes a judgment on the response so that command reissue or other necessary measures
can be promptly taken.
By monitoring timeout of this command response, it is possible to recognize if the unit is not
responding. As the unit provides an immediate response, you may set a short timeout period in order
for the host system to save time for timeout monitoring.
Further, the unit has a mechanism to constantly inquire the currently operating settings during normal
operation. Thanks to this function, the host system can learn the current operational mode settings at
any given time.
A combination of these features contributes to construction of a reliable control system.

8.1.2 Control Interface

This section provides only summary descriptions. Refer to Appendix 1 “Communication Control
Specification” for details.

8.1.2.1 Ethernet Communication Specification

Protocol Hierarchy

The Ethernet communication between the host controller and this unit is performed through TCP/IP
socket interface; the protocol hierarchy is 5-layer structure as shown in Table 8.1.

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Table 8.1

Layer Layer Name Control Remarks


5 Application layer SOCKET Stipulated by this specification
4 Transport layer TCP Compliant with the international standard
3 Network layer IP Compliant with the international standard
2 Data-link layer Ethernet Compliant with the IEEE802.3/IEEE802.3u
1 Physical layer Ethernet controller Compliant with the IEEE802.3/IEEE802.3u

 Communication speed : 10Mbps (10BASE-T)/100Mbps (100BASE-TX)

 Character code : alphanumeric letters & kana letters --- JIS 8 code
Note that a binary code is employed only for headers between
systems.

SOCKET Structure

This unit is provided with SOCKET for notification.

[Message reception/analysis task]


This task is performed per message reception. This processing is carried out for each port number
(each individual socket). A complex setting message is broken down, from the head of the message,
into basic setting messages in sequential processing.

[Socket arbitration control]


When messages of the same setting are received from individual ports (sockets), priority is given to
the message of the latest reception, within the cycle of control reference sync interruption (*1).
Besides, when messages of the same setting are received in double from the same port (socket), the
same rule as above applies.

(*1) Control reference sync interruption includes video frame sync, etc.
(Supplement) As far as communication is concerned, ACK response (NAK response) is made
against setting messages of all ports. After that, messages to which ACK response has
been made are subjected to arbitration control.

Ethernet Interface Setting Values

The default values of Ethernet interface are shown in Table 8.2.


The IP address and subnet mask can be changed.

Table 8.2

No. SOCKET Name Port No. IP Address/Subnet Mask Gateway


1 For notification 5003 192.168.1.30 / 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.254
2 For sense 5004

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Connection-wait Using Plural Sockets

The unique address of TCP/IP service is defined by the combination of an IP address and a service
port number; this combination configures the service end points. This unit provides four sockets
against one port number. By using these four sockets as described below, it is possible to always
establish a connection for a new connection requirement.
Though the connection using plural sockets enables you to establish connection with plural clients
(*1), the number of connections per port No. is limited to two at maximum, and the remaining two
are used as sockets for connection-wait in this unit. Also the number of connections to send/receive
the control messages is limited to one (*2).

(*1) The socket in which a certain well-known socket address is used for a standard
service, e.g. “Telnet service process”, is permanently assigned to a specific
socket (port No.: 23); it is possible for plural processes to establish the
connection by designating that specific socket.

(*2) In each port, the transmission/reception of the control messages is performed


only to the connection that was last connected; NAK response is made to other
connections.

The unit that does not support the connection-wait where plural sockets are used for one port
(hereafter called unsupported unit) has some problems at the time of line connection/disconnection as
described below.
The problem of unsupported units (*3) is that the unit cannot reconnect the line for some while after
disconnecting the line. Therefore, there has been such a problem as that the immediate reconnection
cannot be effected at the time of main/standby switching of the host equipment.

(*3) After disconnecting the line, when it is to be connected to the same port again,
some waiting time such as disconnection TIME WAIT is required. That is,
when the unit receives disconnection request from the client (host equipment),
the server (unit side) closes the server socket after a lapse of waiting time such
as TIME WAIT. Even if a reconnection request is made from the client by
designating the same port No. during this TIME WAIT period, connection
cannot be established because the socket containing that port No. is being used
at the server side.

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8.1.3 Control Items

Table 8.3 lists the major control items.


Table 8.3

Broad Category Major Control Item


Receive mode Receive mode (Refer to 7.3.2)
Audio output Audio channel assignment

8.2 Front Panel Control

This unit allows various controls with the front control panel. Refer to Appendix 2 “Front Panel
Control Manual” for the control menus and specifications.

8.3 Simultaneous Execution of Controls

Even if multiple control commands are given simultaneously, no malfunction of control will occur.
When the same control commands are consecutively issued, and if they remain unexecuted, the
command that last arrived is executed.

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8.4 Operational Status at the Time of
Unit Startup (resume function)

This unit has a function to store the operational mode just before the unit was turned off last time.
To maintain operation modes, memory device that can maintain data after turning the unit off is used.
At the time of starting the unit, the unit checks the settings stored in memory, and if any setting has
turned out to be wrong, the unit issues an [NV-RAM DATA LOST] alarm. At the same time, the unit
attempts to start up the unit up in the operation mode last but one before turning the unit off. If there
is an error with this setting, too, then the unit starts up with the factory default settings.
Note that this unit writes the current settings into the NV-RAM every time an operational mode is
changed, and if you turn the unit off or perform hardware reset during the process, data being written
in memory may become invalid and an [NV-RAM DATA LOST] alarm may be detected.
In this case, the unit as hardware experiences no problem and you can continue to use it; however,
due to the unit specifications, the [NV-RAM DATA LOST] alarm cannot be cancelled when you turn
off or reset the unit. In order to do so, from the front operation panel, you must force the unit to set the
unit back to the factory default settings. For the details of this operation, refer to Appendix 2 “Front
Panel Control Instruction Manual”.

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(memo)

8-6
9 PERFORMANCE

9.1 High Reliability, Stability and Endurance

9.1.1 Fail Safe

As a unit, this system has a single configuration without dual power supplies and other redundancy.
Unit failures should be handled by main/standby switchover and others, as a system philosophy.
In the event of unit failures, it is possible to notify detailed alarms via alarm contact outputs for power
interruption and CPU failures or via communications for other troubles, enabling users to detect and
analyze them early and encouraging for system switchovers.

9.1.2 Length of Time between Video Interruptions on Receivers


and Restoration due to Unit Reset

Resetting the unit is equivalent to turning the unit on. When the unit is reset, the unit restarts with
CPU and FPGA downloading. In about 30 seconds, streams are decoded, but the video/audio output
during that period is not guaranteed.

9.1.3 Length of Time between Watchdog Timer Detection and


Unit Reset

The control section of this unit comprises of two CPUs. Each CPU is monitored by the dedicated
watchdog timer IC, and when any hang-up is detected, the unit is rebooted by the unit reset.
It takes about 1.6 seconds including watchdog timeout time and the time from timeout detection to
starting of the unit reset process.

9.1.4 Effect of Intra-station Reference BB Signal Lack

When the inter-stationary reference BB signal is not applied, the reference signal inside the unit
becomes free-running; the output video signal of this unit (SDI-OUT, audio embedded) is
synchronized with the clock frequency regenerated from the PCR of input transport stream. There are
no other effects.

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(memo)

9-2
10 MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLE SHOOTING

10.1 Time-change Components

This unit employs consumable parts and components (time-change components) which require
periodic replacements.
A list of the consumable parts (time-change components) and their periods for replacements are as
follows:
Replacements of parts, components and modules will be performed by our maintenance staff on an
"at cost" basis.

Table 10.1

Description Frequency Quantity Remarks


Memory backup 5 years 1 The frequency of replacement shown left is an average
battery (regular) one and may vary depending on actual operational
(button battery) conditions. (The longer the unit is turned on, the lower
will be the consumption of the battery.)
If the board is stored as a spare, not installed in the unit,
it is recommended that the battery should be removed.
Power supply 5 years 1 If the unit is used in an operation
(regular) environment where the ambient
temperature constantly hovers near 40
Caution degrees centigrade, the life of the battery
may become shorter than five years.
Fan 5 years 5 Due to aging, the number of rotations may be
(regular) decreased, resulting in the temperature rise inside the
unit and malfunctions.
Front control 5 years to 10 years 1 The panel is to be replaced when LCD backlight
panel (on the spot) brightness is decreased and view ability becomes poor.
Air filter As required 1 This is a dust filter mounted at the rear of the front
(on the spot) panel. As appropriate, the filter should be replaced
when it becomes dirty.

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10.2 Regular Maintenance

Though the unit is basically maintenance-free except consumable parts and components, we
recommend that you should regularly maintain the unit in order to check performance of spares and
functions usually not used.

Regular maintenance by our service staff is subject to a separate contract.

Details of the following items included in the regular maintenance items are subject to negotiation at
the time of contract.

 Power supply voltage check


 Cleaning of fans, air-filter, and inside of the unit.
 Button battery voltage check

10.3 Replacement of the Backup Battery


(Button Battery)

Battery replacement will be carried out by our maintenance staff on an "at cost" basis.

Use batteries approved by us. Otherwise, faults may result.

Caution

When you insert/remove the board, pay attention so that the battery section
should not be shorted with the metallic surface of the chassis. Otherwise,
battery leakage may result. Battery burst and/or leakage may result in a fire or
human injuries.
Caution

Keep button batteries that could be swallowed away from young children.
Always store button batteries where children can't reach them. Contact a doctor
immediately if an object is swallowed.
Caution

This unit has backup memory to resume the settings before you turned the unit off previously. As
power supply for the backup memory, a button battery is used and requires periodic replacements.
The battery is mounted on the CONT board in the unit. To replace the battery, remove the old battery
from the battery holder and replace it with a new one.
If you do not need any backup of the resume function of various settings and the internal clock (for
the alarm log time stamp,) no battery mounting is needed.

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10.4 Power Supply Unit Replacements

Power supply unit replacement will be carried out by our maintenance staff on an "at cost" basis.

Do not insert or pull out the power supply plug to/from the outlet while the frame
is powered on. Otherwise the power supply plug can be transformed by arc,
which can lead to a fire from heat generation.
Prohibition

The unit has a lock type outlet. To pull out the power supply plug from the outlet,
Mandatory unlock the outlet. Pulling out the locked plug can cause breakdown.
action

As the power supply unit is fixed to the chassis with screws, the top cover of the unit must be
removed for its replacement.

10.5 Fan Replacement

Fan replacement will be carried out by our maintenance staff on an "at cost" basis.
This unit contains a fan unit and 2 flat fans attached at the rear side.

10.6 Board Replacement

Board replacement in the event of failure, etc. will be carried out by our maintenance staff on an "at
cost" basis.
When the board is replaced, the unit must always be turned off.

10.7 Inquiry in the Event of Failure

You can learn about a failure of this unit through the LED indications on the front panel, operation
indication LEDs of the individual boards, status sensing via monitoring communication control
(Ethernet), etc.

Broadcast Maintenance Call Center


(Lines open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.)
Tel: +81- 42- 364 – 8926 (Direct number)

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10.8 Address to Send for Repair

Reliability and Quality Management Department,


Broadcast Division, NEC Corporation,
Nisshin-cho 1-10,
Fuchu-shi, Tokyo 183 - 8501
Japan
Tel: +81 - 42 - 333 - 8929 (Maintenance/Repairs)

Notes:
1) If a delivered contract product has a failure detected that is attributable to a
difference from the contract terms or quality degradation due to a cause before
delivery and it leads to a malfunction or damage, within a period of one (1) year
from the date the product was initially delivered to the customer (called the
"Warranty Period"), NEC shall immediately repair or replace the product without
charge.
2) For software applications, if any failure is caused by customer's operations that are
not instructed in the Operation Manual, NEC shall accept no responsibility for the
malfunction.
3) If a defective product is returned to NEC within the Warranty Period, the customer
shall pay for its dispatch to NEC, and NEC shall pay for the delivery of the repaired
product to the customer. If after the Warranty Period, the customer shall pay for the
delivery of the repaired product.
4) The customer shall pay for the repair for the following failures:
 Malfunction or damage attributable to customer's mistaken use, or unreasonable
modification or repair
 Malfunction or damage attributable to customer's improper handling, such as
falling or shock during transport or transfer by the customer
 Malfunction or damage caused by fire, salt damage, gas damage, abnormal
voltage, earthquake, lightning, wind and flood, or other natural disasters
 Natural wear and tear, or degradation of consumable parts or terminable
replacement

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Revision record

Version # Issue Description


1.0 March, 2008 First edition
2.0 December,2009 ・Table 6.4 Add 25Hz at SD-SDI frame frequency
・Table 7.1 Add Video Format 576i
Appendix 1

H.264 HIGH PROFILE &


MPEG-2 FIELD STRUCTURE COMPLIANT
MONITORING DECODER
VD-7300
Communication Control Specification

NEC Corporation
Contents
1 REMOTE CONTROL COMMUNICATION INTERFACE ..........................................................1
1.1 MESSAGE STRUCTURE ......................................................................................................... 1
1.1.1 Basic Message Format............................................................................................... 1
1.1.2 Complex Message Format ......................................................................................... 5
1.2 LIST OF MESSAGES ............................................................................................................ 12
1.3 MESSAGE-SETTING TIMING................................................................................................. 13
1.3.1 Remote Control Timing............................................................................................. 13
1.4 SETTING MESSAGE ............................................................................................................ 15
1.4.1 Receive Setting Message [00].................................................................................. 15
1.4.2 TS DEMUX Setting Message [01] ............................................................................ 18
1.4.3 Colorimetry Setting Message [02] ............................................................................ 19
1.4.4 Audio Channel Assign Setting Message [03] ........................................................... 20
1.4.5 Reference Setting Message [04] .............................................................................. 22
1.4.6 Test Signal Setting Message [05] ............................................................................. 23
1.4.7 Video Freeze Setting Message [06] ......................................................................... 24
1.4.8 Complex Setting Message [2F] ................................................................................ 26
1.5 SETTING RESPONSE MESSAGE .......................................................................................... 27
1.5.1 Normal Response Message ..................................................................................... 27
1.5.2 NAK Response Message [BF].................................................................................. 27
1.6 INQUIRY MESSAGE ............................................................................................................. 29
1.6.1 Setting Inquiry Message........................................................................................... 29
1.6.2 Receive Service ID Inquiry Message [78] ................................................................ 29
1.7 INQUIRY RESPONSE MESSAGE ........................................................................................... 30
1.7.1 Setting Inquiry Response Message ......................................................................... 30
1.7.2 Receive Service ID Inquiry Response Message [F8]............................................... 30
2 ETHERNET COMMUNICATION SPECIFICATION ................................................................31
2.1 COMMUNICATION SPECIFICATION ....................................................................................... 31
2.1.1 Protocol layer............................................................................................................ 31
2.1.2 SOCKET Configuration ............................................................................................ 31
2.1.3 Ethernet Interface Setting Value............................................................................... 32
2.1.4 Connection Waiting Using Multiple Sockets............................................................. 32
2.2 COMMUNICATION SEQUENCE ............................................................................................. 33
2.2.1 Normal Sequence..................................................................................................... 33
2.2.2 Abnormal Sequence ................................................................................................. 34
2.2.3 Line Connection/Disconnection................................................................................ 36
3 APPENDIX-1............................................................................................................................37
3.1 REMOTE MESSAGE ASSIGNMENT ....................................................................................... 37

Appendix 1-i
Appendix 1-ii
1 REMOTE CONTROL COMMUNICATION INTERFACE
This document specifies the remote control communication interface between the host controller and
the VD-7300 (hereafter referred to as “this unit” or “the unit”).

1.1 Message Structure


Messages can basically be categorized into the four types below.
There are two types of message formats: basic message format and complex message format
constituted by linking the basic message formats. The complex message format can be used in the
setting messages and setting response messages.

Data
Major Command Transmit Direction
No. Message Name Length Remarks
Classification ID CONT Unit
[Data]
1 Setting message SET 00-3F −> N Basic/Complex
2 Inquiry message INQ 40-7F −> 2 Basic
3 Setting response
ACK 80-BF <− 1(N) Basic/Complex
message
4 Inquiry response
ANS C0-FF <− N Basic
message
 A complex message can be configured by up to 8 basic messages.
 Note: There is no inquiry message and inquiry response message in the complex message format.

1.1.1 Basic Message Format


(1) Setting message (basic)
Various settings of the unit are executed using setting messages. The setting messages have
the following structure:

Start ASCII Code End


Code Command ID Data Length Message Data Check Code Code
1 byte 2N bytes 2 bytes 1 byte
2 bytes 2 bytes
STX (Variable length) SUM ETX

STX : Indicates the start of the message.


For the STX character, [*] (ASCII code 0x2A) is used.
Command ID : Indicates a command type. [00] to [2E] are used.
Data length : Indicates the number of data in the message data.
1-byte binary data is sent as 2-byte ASCII data.
Data length is indicated as a hexadecimal number.
Message data : Indicates data.
1-byte binary data is sent as 2-byte ASCII data.
Check code : Lower-order 8 bits obtained from the addition of data from the command ID to
the data just before the check code are sent as 2-byte ASCII data.
ETX : Indicates the end of the message.
As the ETX character, [CR] (ASCII code 0x 0D) is used.

Appendix 1-1
(2) Setting response message (basic)
The response to a setting message (basic) is made by a setting response message (basic). The
setting response message has the following format:

ASCII Code
Start End
Code Command ID Data Length Message Data Check Code Code
1 byte 2 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte
2 bytes 2 bytes
STX [01] SUM ETX

STX : Indicates the start of the message.


For the STX character, [*] (ASCII code 0x2A) is used.
Command ID : Indicates a command type. [80] to [AE] and [BF] are used.
For affirmative response, (command ID value of the setting message) + [80] is
returned.
[BF] is returned at the time of negative acknowledgement.
Data length : Indicates the number of data in the message data. Fixed to [01].
Message data : Indicates the result of command processing, using [00] to [FF].
Check code : Lower-order 8 bits obtained from the addition of data from the command ID to
the data just before the check code are sent as 2-byte ASCII data.
ETX : Indicates the end of the message.
As the ETX character, [CR] (ASCII code 0x 0D) is used.

 For the details of setting response messages, refer to Section 1.5 "Setting Response Message".

(3) Inquiry message


Various settings and status confirmations are made using inquiry messages. Inquiry messages
have the following format:

Start ASCII Code End


Code Command ID Data Length Message Data Check Code Code
1 byte 2 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte
2 bytes 4bytes
STX [02] SUM ETX

STX : Indicates the start of the message.


For the STX character, [*] (ASCII code 0x2A) is used.
Command ID : Indicates a command type. [40] to [6E] and [70] to [7D] are used.
Normally returns (command ID value of the setting message) + [40].
Data length : Indicates the number of data in the message data. Fixed to [02]
Message data : Used for specifying types of return data, etc. When there is no designation, [00]
[00] are used.
Check code : Lower-order 8 bits obtained from the addition of data from the command ID to
the data just before the check code are sent as 2-byte ASCII data.
ETX : Indicates the end of the message.
As the ETX character, [CR] (ASCII code 0x 0D) is used.

Appendix 1-2
(4) Inquiry response message
Response to an inquiry message is made using an inquiry response message. The inquiry
response message has the following format:

ASCII Code
Start End
Check
Code Command ID Data Length Message Data Code
Code
1 byte 2N bytes 2 bytes 1 byte
2 bytes 2 bytes
STX (Variable length) SUM ETX

STX : Indicates the start of the message.


For the STX character, [*] (ASCII code 0x2A) is used.
Command ID : Indicates a command type. [C0] to [EE] and [F0] to [FD] are used.
Normally returns (command ID value of the setting message) + [80].
Data length : Indicates the number of data in the message data.
1-byte binary data is sent as 2-byte ASCII data.
Data length is indicated as a hexadecimal number.
Message data : Indicates data.
1-byte binary data is sent as 2-byte ASCII data.
Returns the control parameter by the setting message or the statuses of the unit
(status, alarm, etc.)
Check code : Lower-order 8 bits obtained from the addition of data from the command ID to
the data just before the check code are sent as 2-byte ASCII data.
ETX : Indicates the end of the message.
As the ETX character, [CR] (ASCII code 0x 0D) is used.

(5) Examples of message format


Examples of the basic message format are shown below:

① Setting message
Ex. If command = [1F] and data = [01] + [AB] (2 Data),

Command Data length Data: [ 01 AB ] Check code

STX Cmd Cmd Len Len D1 D1 D2 D2 Sum Sum ETX


Message: [*] [1] [F] [0] [2] [0] [1] [A] [B] [B] [D] [CR]
0x2a 0x31 0x46 0x30 0x32 0x30 0x31 0x41 0x42 0x42 0x44 0x0d

② Setting response message


Ex. If an affirmative response is returned to command = [1F] of the setting message,

STX Cmd Cmd Len Len D1 D1 Sum Sum ETX


Message: [*] [9] [F] [0] [1] [0] [0] [4] [0] [CR]
0x2a 0x39 0x46 0x30 0x31 0x30 0x30 0x34 0x30 0x0d

Appendix 1-3
Ex. If a negative acknowledgment is returned to command = [1F] of the setting message,

STX Cmd Cmd Len Len D1 D1 Sum Sum ETX


Message: [*] [B] [F] [0] [1] [8] [1] [5] [2] [CR]
0x2a 0x42 0x46 0x30 0x31 0x38 0x31 0x35 0x32 0x0d

③ Inquiry message
Ex. If command = [5F],

STX Cmd Cmd Len Len D1 D1 D2 D2 Sum Sum ETX


Message: [*] [5] [F] [0] [2] [0] [0] [0] [0] [9] [D] [CR]
0x2a 0x35 0x46 0x30 0x32 0x30 0x30 0x30 0x30 0x39 0x44 0x0d

④ Inquiry response message


Ex. If a response is returned to command = [5F] of the inquiry message,
(Returns the control parameter specified by the setting message (Command = [1F])

Commnad Data length Data: [ 01 AB ] Check code

STX Cmd Cmd Len Len D1 D1 D2 D2 Sum Sum ETX


Message: [*] [D] [F] [0] [2] [0] [1] [A] [B] [D] [0] [CR]
0x2a 0x44 0x46 0x30 0x32 0x30 0x31 0x41 0x42 0x44 0x30 0x0d

Appendix 1-4
1.1.2 Complex Message Format
(1) Setting message (complex)
Various settings of the unit can be performed by using complex setting messages comprising
of multiple basic setting messages.
The complex setting messages have the following format:
ASCII Code
Start
Code Command ID Data Length
Number of Basic ~
Messages
1 byte 2 bytes 2 bytes 2 bytes
STX [2F] [01]
ASCII Code
~
Delimiter Command ID Data Length Message Data
1 byte
2 bytes 2 bytes 2N bytes (Variable length)
[_]

ASCII Code
~
Delimiter Command ID Data Length Message Data
1 byte
2 bytes 2 bytes 2N bytes (Variable length)
[_]

ASCII Code
End Code
Check Code
2 bytes 1 byte
SUM ETX

Appendix 1-5
STX : Indicates the start of the message.
For the STX character, [*] (ASCII code 0x2A) is used.
Command ID (Head):
Indicates a command type. [2F] (complex setting message) is used.
Data length : Indicates the number of data of the head message part. Fixed to [01].
Number of basic messages:
Indicates the number of basic messages contained in the complex setting
message. The number of basic messages is indicated as a hexadecimal number.
The number of the basic messages is assigned between [01] and [08].
Delimiter : Indicates the start of a basic message.
DELIMITER [ _ ] (ASCII code 0x5F) is used.
Command ID (Basic message):
Indicates types of basic setting messages.
[00] to [2E] and [3E] (Dummy setting message) are used.
Data length : Indicates the number of data of the message data in each basic setting message.
1-byte binary data is sent as 2-byte ASCII data. Data length is indicated as a
hexadecimal number.
Message data : Indicates data. 1-byte binary data is sent as 2-byte ASCII data.
Check code : Lower-order 8 bits obtained from the addition of data from the command ID (=
[2F]) to the data just before the check code are sent as 2-byte ASCII data.
ETX : Indicates the end of the message.
As the ETX character, [CR] (ASCII code 0x 0D) is used.

Appendix 1-6
(2-a) Affirmative acknowledgement (ACK) response message (complex)
The complex setting response messages at the time of affirmative acknowledgement (ACK)
have the following format:

ASCII Code
Start End
Message Number of Basic Check
Code Command ID Data Length Code
Data Messages Code
1 byte 2 bytes 2 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte
2 bytes 2 bytes
STX [AF] [02] SUM ETX

STX : Indicates the start of the message.


For the STX character, [*] (ASCII code 0x2A) is used.
Command ID : Indicates a command type. [AF] (ACK response) is used.
Data length : Indicates the number of data in the head message part. Fixed to [02].
Message data : Indicates the result of command processing.
Number of basic messages:
Indicates the number of affirmatively acknowledged basic setting messages.
1-byte binary data is sent as 2-byte ASCII data.
The number of basic messages is indicated as a hexadecimal number.
Check code : Lower-order 8 bits obtained from the addition of data from the command ID to
the data just before the check code are sent as 2-byte ASCII data.
ETX : Indicates the end of the message.
As the ETX character, [CR] (ASCII code 0x 0D) is used.

Note: To an illegal setting (or setting inquiry) message, "(2-b) Negative acknowledgement
response message (complex)" is returned. (NAK response)

 For the details of setting response messages, refer to Section 1.5 "Setting Response Message".

Appendix 1-7
(2-b) Negative acknowledgement (NAK) response message (complex)
The complex setting response messages at the time of negative acknowledgements (NAK)
have the following format:
ASCII Code
Start
Number of Basic ~
Code Command ID Data Length Message Data
Messages
1 byte 2 bytes
2 bytes 2 bytes 2 bytes
STX [02]
ASCII Code
~
Delimiter Command ID Data Length Message Data
1 byte 2 bytes
2 bytes 2 bytes
[_] [01]

ASCII Code ~
Delimiter Command ID Data Length Message Data
1 byte 2 bytes
2 bytes 2 bytes
[_] [01]

ASCII
End Code
Check Code
2 bytes 1 byte
SUM ETX

Appendix 1-8
STX : Indicates the start of the message.
For the STX character, [*] (ASCII code 0x2A) is used.
Command ID (Head):
Indicates a command type. [BF] (NAK response) is used.
Data length : Indicates the number of data in the head message part. Fixed to [02].
Message data : Indicates the result of command processing.
If the basic message can be analyzed, [FF] is returned.
If the basic message cannot be analyzed, the processing result ([01], etc.) is
returned.
Number of basic messages :
Indicates the number of responded basic setting messages. 1-byte binary data is
sent as 2-byte ASCII data. The number of basic messages is indicated as a
hexadecimal number. Regardless of affirmative or negative, the number of basic
messages is that of all the responded messages.
In the case of checksum errors, etc., for which it is impossible to analyze basic
messages, the number of basic messages may be returned as [00].
Delimiter : Indicates the start of a basic message.
DELIMITER[ _ ] (ASCII code 0x5F) is used.
Command ID (Basic message):
Indicates a command type. Indicates a response message against each setting
message (basic).
In a normal response, (command value of the setting message) + [80] is returned.
In a negative acknowledgement, [BF] is returned.
Data length : Indicates the number of data in the message data. Fixed to [01].
Message data : Indicates the result of command processing, using [00] to [FF].
Check code : Lower-order 8 bits obtained from the addition of data from the first command
ID (= [BF]) to the data just before the check code are sent as 2-byte ASCII data.
ETX : Indicates the end of the message.
As the ETX character, [CR] (ASCII code 0x 0D) is used.
 For the details of setting response messages, refer to Section 1.5 "Setting Response Message".

Appendix 1-9
(3) Examples of message format
Shown below are examples of complex message formats.
① Setting message (complex)
When
Number of basic messages= 2
Sub-command-1 = [00], Data = [12] (1 Data)
Sub-command-2 = [1F], Data = [01] + [AB] (2 Data),
the command is as follows:
Command Data length Number of basic messages

STX Cmd Cmd Len Len Num Num


Message: [*] [2] [F] [0] [1] [0] [2]
0x2A 0x32 0x46 0x30 0x31 0x30 0x32

Dlmt Cmd Cmd Len Len D1 D1


[_] [0] [0] [0] [1] [1] [2]
0x5F 0x30 0x30 0x30 0x31 0x31 0x32

Dlmt Cmd Cmd Len Len D1 D1 D2 D2


[_] [1] [F] [0] [2] [0] [1] [A] [B]
0x5F 0x31 0x46 0x30 0x32 0x30 0x31 0x41 0x42

Sum Sum ETX


[D] [A] [CR]
0x44 0x41 0x0d

② Setting response message (complex)


When an affirmative acknowledgement (ACK) is returned to the setting message (complex)
of ①, the number of responded basic messages with the command set to [AF] is returned.
(ACK response)

Command Data length Return value Number of basic messages Check code

STX Cmd Cmd Len Len D1 D1 Num Num Sum Sum ETX
Message: [*] [A] [F] [0] [2] [0] [0] [0] [2] [A] [A] [CR]
0x2A 0x41 0x46 0x30 0x31 0x30 0x30 0x30 0x32 0x41 0x41 0x0d

When a negative acknowledgement (NAK) is returned to the setting message (complex) of ①,


[BF] is returned to command and the value of [01] to [FF] is returned to Data. (NAK
response)

Appendix 1-10
(a) In the case of checksum errors, etc., for which it is impossible to analyze basic messages, the
number of basic messages may be returned as [00].

Command Data length Return value Number of basic messages Check code

STX Cmd Cmd Len Len D1 D1 Num Num Sum Sum ETX
Message: [*] [B] [F] [0] [2] [8] [1] [0] [0] [B] [3] [CR]
0x2A 0x42 0x46 0x30 0x32 0x38 0x31 0x30 0x30 0x42 0x33 0x0d

(b) If the first basic message has an undefined parameter error and the second one is normal, the
following message is returned: Regardless of affirmative or negative, the number of basic
messages is that of all the responded messages. A return value of the affirmative or negative
acknowledgement is returned for each basic message.

Command Data length Return value Number of basic messages

STX Cmd Cmd Len Len D1 D1 Num Num


Message: [*] [B] [F] [0] [2] [F] [F] [0] [2]
0x2A 0x42 0x46 0x30 0x32 0x46 0x46 0x30 0x32

Dlmt Cmd Cmd Len Len D1 D1


[_] [8] [0] [0] [1] [0] [0]
0x5F 0x38 0x30 0x30 0x31 0x30 0x30

Dlmt Cmd Cmd Len Len D1 D1


[_] [B] [F] [0] [1] [8] [0]
0x5F 0x42 0x46 0x30 0x31 0x38 0x30

Sum Sum ETX


[1] [0] [CR]
0x31 0x30 0x0d

Check code

Appendix 1-11
1.2 List of Messages
The following table shows a message list.
Data
Command Length
No. Message Name Data Description
ID (Decimal
number):
Receive setting message 00 32 Receive mode, Service ID, DEMUX PID, Receive A/V
1
type
2 TS DEMUX setting message 01 16 DEMUX
3 Colorimetry setting 02 16 Colorimetry
Audio Channel Assign setting 03 16 Channel Assign mode
4
Channel Assignment
5 Reference setting 04 16 Reference check
6 Test signal setting message 05 16 Test signal setting
7 Video Freeze setting message 06 16 Freeze mode, Time
8 Complex setting message 2F N Corresponds to Complex setting message

Appendix 1-12
1.3 Message-setting Timing
The following describes setting-timing details.

1.3.1 Remote Control Timing

(1) Restart (Board reset):


The decoder unit resumes at the video frame which receives a message as shown below, and reflects
the setting after restarting.

Timing for the host controller to transmit a message

Video frame synchronization

VD-7300
Input video signal -1 (in) 0 (in) 1 (in) 2 (in) 3 (in) 4 (in) 5 (in)

Reflects the settings from here


CODEC delay

Decoded
Output signal -3 (out) -2 (out) -1 (out) 0 (out) 1 (out) n (out)

Restarts to update the settings

Appendix 1-13
(2) Real-time (Video frame synchronization)
Timing to reflect the message on the decoder unit is as follows:

The decoder unit reflects the setting from the 2nd or later video frame, which forms a complex, after
receiving a message, as shown below.

Timing for the host controller to transmit a message

Video frame synchronization

VD-7300
-1 (in) 0 (in) 1 (in) 2 (in) 3 (in) 4 (in) 5 (in)
Input video signal

Reflects the settings from here (15fps)


CODEC delay
Decoded
Output signal -4 (out) -2 (out) -2 (out) 0 (out) 0 (out) 2 (out) 2 (out)

Appendix 1-14
1.4 Setting Message
This Setting message executes a various system settings.

1.4.1 Receive Setting Message [00]


This message performs receive settings such as receive mode, service ID, DEMUX PID and receive
A/V type.

Data Data Contents


Remarks
No. b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0
1 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Reserved
2 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Reserved
Receiving
3 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Receiving mode (*1)
mode
4 RECEIVED SERVICE ID (Upper 8 bits) SERVICE ID Received assign
5 RECEIVED SERVICE ID (Lower 8 bits) (*2)

6 DIRECT SERVICE ID (Upper 8 bits) SERVICE ID Direct assign


7 DIRECT SERVICE ID (Lower 8 bits) (*3)

8 '0' '0' '0' VIDEO PID (Upper 8 bits) VIDEO PID


9 VIDEO PID (Lower 8 bits) (*4)

10 '0' '0' '0' AUDIO1 PID (Upper 8 bits) AUDIO1 PID


11 AUDIO1 PID (Lower 8 bits) (*4)

12 '0' '0' '0' AUDIO2 PID (Upper 8 bits) AUDIO2 PID


13 AUDIO2 PID (Lower 8 bits) (*4)

14 '0' '0' '0' AUDIO3 PID (Upper 8 bits) AUDIO3 PID


15 AUDIO3 PID (Lower 8 bits) (*4)

16 '0' '0' '0' AUDIO4 PID (Upper 8 bits) AUDIO4 PID


17 AUDIO4 PID (Lower 8 bits) (*4)

18 '0' '0' '0' PCR PID (Upper 8 bits) PCR PID


19 PCR PID (Lower 8 bits) (*4)
V
20 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Video type (*5)
TYPE
A1
21 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0'
TYPE Audio type
A2 (*6)
22 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0'
TYPE
A3
23 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0'
TYPE

Appendix 1-15
A4
24 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0'
TYPE
25 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
26 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
27 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
28 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
29 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
30 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
31 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
32 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare

Table 1

Appendix 1-16
*1 Receive mode

Data bit Description Remarks

7-2 Reserved All '0'


0: AUTO
3 1: SERVICE ID RECEIVED
1-0 Receive mode
2: SERVICE ID DIRECT
3: PID DIRECT

*2 SERVICE ID Received assignment


When the receive mode is “SERVICE ID RECEIVED”, SERVICE ID for use is directly set.

*3 SERVICE ID Direct assignment


When the receive mode is “SERVICE ID DIRECT”, SERVICE ID for use is directly set.

*4 PID Value (13 bit)


When the receive mode is “PID DIRECT”, PID value for use is directly set in a hexadecimal value.
(0x0010 to 0x1FFF)

*5 Video type

Data bit Description Remarks

7-1 Reserved All '0'


20 0: MPEG-2
0 Video type
1: H.264
※ When the receive mode is “PID DIRECT”, Video type for use is set.

*6 Audio type

Data bit Description Remarks

21 7-1 Reserved All '0'


to 0: AAC
0 Audio type
24 1: HE-AAC
※ When the receive mode is “PID DIRECT”, Audio type for use is set with a corresponding
ES.

Appendix 1-17
1.4.2 TS DEMUX Setting Message [01]
This message executes DEMUX setting.

Data Data Contents


Remarks
No. b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0
1 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0'
2 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Reserved
3 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' AUD1
4 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' AUD2
DEMUX Setting (*1)
5 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' AUD3
6 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' AUD4
7 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
8 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
9 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
10 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
11 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
12 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
13 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
14 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
15 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
16 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare

Table 2

*1 DEMUX Setting

Data bit Description Remarks

3 7-1 Reserved All '0'


to 0: OFF
0 DEMUX
6 1: ON

Appendix 1-18
1.4.3 Colorimetry Setting Message [02]
This message executes Colorimetry setting.

Data Data Contents


Remarks
No. b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0
1 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Reserved
2 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Reserved
3 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' *1 Colorimetry (*1)
4 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
5 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
6 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
7 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
8 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
9 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
10 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
11 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
12 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
13 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
14 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
15 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
16 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare

Table 3

*1 Setting

Data bit Description Remarks

7-1 Reserved All '0'


3 0: OFF
0 Colorimetry
1: AUTO

Appendix 1-19
1.4.4 Audio Channel Assign Setting Message [03]
This message executes audio channel assignment setting.

Data Data Contents


Remarks
No. b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0
1 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Reserved
2 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Reserved
3 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' CH ASSIGN MODE (*1)
4 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' A1
5 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' A2 Channel assignment
6 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' A3 (*2)
7 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' A4
8 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
9 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
10 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
11 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
12 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
13 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
14 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
15 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
16 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare

Table 4

*1 Channel Assign mode

Data bit Description Remarks

7-3 Reserved All '0'


0: 1st PID
3 1: 2nd PID
CHANNEL ASSIGN
2-0 2: 3rd PID
MODE
3: 4th PID
4: 4ES MODE

*2 4ES Channel Assign


This message sets the number of channels to be assigned to the corresponding ES.

Data bit Description Remarks

7-2 Reserved All '0'


4 0: 0CH(not used)
to 1: 2CH
7 1-0 CHANNEL ASSIGN
2:6CH
3:8CH

Appendix 1-20
The channel assignment setting other than that of specified combination is not accepted. The accepted
combination patterns are shown as follows.

Channel Setting
Operating Mode Name
(A1/A2/A3/A4)
1'ST PID 3/0/0/0
2'ND PID 0/3/0/0
3'RD PID 0/0/3/0
4'TH PID 0/0/0/3
1'ST/2'ND 6ch/2ch 2/1/0/0
1'ST/2'ND 2ch/6ch 1/2/0/0
3'RD/4'TH 6ch/2ch 0/0/2/1
3'RD/4'TH 2ch/6ch 0/0/1/2
1'ST-4'TH 2/2/2/2 1/1/1/1

Appendix 1-21
1.4.5 Reference Setting Message [04]
This message executes Reference Check setting.

Data Data Contents


Remarks
No. b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0
1 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Reserved
2 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Reserved
3 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' *1 REF CHECK (*1)
4 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
5 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
6 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
7 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
8 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
9 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
10 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
11 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
12 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
13 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
14 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
15 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
16 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare

Table 5

*1 Reference Check

Data bit Description Remarks

7-1 Reserved All '0'


3 0: OFF
0 REF CHECK
1: ON

Appendix 1-22
1.4.6 Test Signal Setting Message [05]
This message executes Test Signal setting.

Data Data Contents


Remarks
No. b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0
1 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Reserved
2 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Reserved
3 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' *1 Video test signal (*1)
4 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' *2 Audio test signal (*2)
5 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
6 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
7 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
8 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
9 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
10 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
11 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
12 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
13 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
14 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
15 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
16 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare

Table 6

*1 Video Test Signal Selection

Data bit Description Remarks

7-1 Reserved All '0'


3 0: OFF
0 VIDEO TEST
1: CB

*2 Audio Test Signal Selection

Data bit Description Remarks

7-1 Reserved All '0'


4 0: OFF
0 AUDIO TEST
1: 1kHz

Appendix 1-23
1.4.7 Video Freeze Setting Message [06]
This message executes operation setting when a video-decoding error occurs.
When Freeze mode is either “BLACK”, “GRAY” or “BLUE”, and abnormal state continues for a
time corresponding to a freeze time, a message indication color turns to the setting color.

Data Data Contents


Remarks
No. b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0
1 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Reserved
2 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Reserved
3 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' FREEZE MODE Freeze mode (*1)
FRZ Freeze time (*2)
4 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0'
TIME
5 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
6 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
7 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
8 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
9 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
10 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
11 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
12 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
13 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
14 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
15 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
16 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare

Table 7

Appendix 1-24
*1 Freeze mode setting

Data bit Description Remarks

7-3 Reserved All '0'


0: OFF
1: FREEZE
3 2: BLACK
2-0 FREEZE MODE
3: GRAY
4: BLUE
5 to 7: Prohibited

:2 Freeze time setting

Data bit Description Remarks

7-1 Reserved All '0'


4 0: 0 Sec.
0 FREEZE TIME
1: 30 Sec.

Appendix 1-25
1.4.8 Complex Setting Message [2F]
A complex setting message consists of one or more basic setting message.
A complex setting message is described in Section 1.1.2 “Complex Message Format”.

Appendix 1-26
1.5 Setting Response Message
This message notifies you of the result processed by the setting message.

1.5.1 Normal Response Message


This message shows that the setting message has been normally processed and sends a command
value of “setting message command value + 0x80”.

The following table shows data part details of normal response message.
Data Data Contents
Remarks
No. b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0
1 Processing result ("00" fixed value)

Table 8

1.5.2 NAK Response Message [BF]


This message shows that the setting message cannot be processed and sends a command value of
0xBF.

The following table shows data part details of NAK response message.
Data Data Contents
Remarks
No. b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0
Indicates the
1 Processing result (*1) processing result of
setting message
Table 9

*1 The following table shows processing result value and its meaning.
Processing
Description Remarks
Result Value
Used for returning NAK to the host equipment at the
0x00 Non-conditional normal complete
time of debugging.
0x01 to 0x7F Undefined
Returned when a command ID cannot be recognized.
0x80 UNDEFINED ERROR
Command is undefined.
0x81 CHECKSUM ERROR Checksum inspection error
Returned when no ETX can be received within 300 ms
0x82 TIMEOUT ERROR
after receiving STX.
Returned when the number of the basic messages
0x83 COMPONENT ERROR
contained in a complex message is invalid.

Appendix 1-27
Returned when receiving a message at an invalid
0x84 INACTIVE PORT ERROR TCP/IP socket communication port.
Need reconnection for validating the port.
Returned when receiving unrecognizable character
0x85 CHARACTER ERROR strings as a message (other than STX, ETX and 0
through F).
0x86 to 0x9F Undefined
Returned when the block number assignment is out of
0xA0 BLOCK NUMBER
range.
0xA1 BCD CONVERT Returned when BCD cannot be converted to binary.
0xA2 RATE VALUE Returned when bit-rate setting is out of range.
0xA3 DATA VALUE Returned when setting data is out of range.
0xA4 to 0xA5 Undefined
Returned when the unit is in the process of
0xA6 BOOT
initialization or rebooting.
Returned when the received message length is not
0xA7 LENGTH identical to the message length specified in this
document.
0xA8 to 0xFE Undefined
NAK
0xFF Returned when a received message is illegal.
(Illegal message)

Appendix 1-28
1.6 Inquiry Message
This message inquires the current system setting values and system status.

1.6.1 Setting Inquiry Message


A setting inquiry message is used to obtain the value set by a setting message and sends the
command value of “setting message command value + 0x40”. See Section 1.7.1 “Setting Inquiry
Response Message” for details of this message.

A setting inquiry message consists of 2-byte data part. Following table shows data part details.

Data Data Contents


Remarks
No. b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0
1 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
2 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare

1.6.2 Receive Service ID Inquiry Message [78]


This message inquires the current Service ID received by the unit. See Section 1.7.2 “Receive
Service ID Inquiry Response Message” for details of this message.

A receive service ID inquiry message consists of 2-byte data part. Following table shows data part
details.
Data Data Contents
Remarks
No. b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0
1 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare
2 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Spare

Appendix 1-29
1.7 Inquiry Response Message
This message returns the inquiry response message and notifies you of the current setting values and
status of the unit.

1.7.1 Setting Inquiry Response Message


The setting inquiry response message sends the command value of “setting message command
Value+0xC0” of setting message. Data part details of an inquiry response message are as follows.

1.7.2 Receive Service ID Inquiry Response Message [F8]


This message returns the list of Service ID currently received by the unit. When the number of
receiving Service ID’s is less than 32, insufficient message Service ID notifies "0000". When the
number exceeds 32, it notifies the first 32 ID’s.

The following table shows data part details of Service ID inquiry response message.
Data Data Contents
Remarks
No. b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0
1 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Reserved
2 '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' '0' Reserved
3 Receive Service ID [00] (Upper 8 bits) Receive Service ID
4 Receive Service ID [00] (Lower 8 bits) [00]
5 Receive Service ID [01] (Upper 8 bits) Receive Service ID
6 Receive Service ID [01] (Lower 8 bits) [01]

63 Receive Service ID [1E] (Upper 8 bits) Receive Service ID


[1E]
64 Receive Service ID [1E] (Lower 8 bits)
65 Receive Service ID [1F] (Upper 8 bits) Receive Service ID
66 Receive Service ID [1F] (Lower 8 bits) [1F]

Appendix 1-30
2 Ethernet COMMUNICATION SPECIFICATION

This section describes the specifications of Ethernet communication. The communication commands
and data perform the controls of the unit.

2.1 Communication Specification


2.1.1 Protocol layer

The Ethernet communication between the host unit and this unit is carried out by TCP/IP socket
interface. Its protocol layer consists of 5 layers as shown in table below.

Layer Layer Name Control Note


5 Application layer SOCKET Defined in this specification
4 Transport layer TCP National standard compliant
3 Network layer IP National standard compliant
2 Data link layer Ethernet IEEE802.3/IEEE802.3u compliant
1 Physical layer Ethernet controller IEEE802.3/IEEE802.3u compliant
○ Communication speed : 10Mbps(10BASE-T) / 100Mbps(100BASE-TX)
○ Character code : Alphanumerics, kana…JIS 8 code
However, exclusively utilizes binary code for the header used
between systems.

2.1.2 SOCKET Configuration


This unit provides 4 sockets for setting and inquiry.

[Message reception/Analysis task]


Performed sequentially per message reception. This process is performed per port number (per each
socket). The complex setting message is disassembled from the top of the message to the basic
setting messages and sequentially processed.

[Socket settlement control]


When the same message is received at each port (socket), the later reception has a priority within
the control standard sync interrupt (*1) cycle. Also, when the same message is received at the same
port (socket) , the later reception has a priority within the control standard sync interrupt (*1)
cycle.

(*1) The “control standard sync interrupt” includes video frame sync, etc.

(Additional information)
On the communication, ACK response (or NAK response) is sent against the setting message at
every port. After that, the ACK responded setting message will be subjected to the settlement
control.

Appendix 1-31
2.1.3 Ethernet Interface Setting Value
Ethernet interface default values are shown in the table below.
IP address, subnet mask and each socket port number are allowed to be changed.

IP Address/
№ SOCKET Name Port No GATEWAY
Subnet Mask
1 For notification 5003 192.168.1.20
/ 192.168.1.254
2 For sensing 5004 255.255.255.0

2.1.4 Connection Waiting Using Multiple Sockets


A unique address of TCP/IP service is defined as combination of IP address and service port
number, and this combination configures the end point of the service. This unit provides 4 sockets
for one port number. Utilizing these 4 socket as below can establish a connection against every new
connection requirement.
It is possible to establish (1*) connections with plural clients using multiple sockets, but this unit
restricts the number of connections to be up to 2 for one port number, and the other 2 are used for
standby connection sockets. Besides, the number of connections for send/receive control message is
restricted to 1 (*2).

(*1) The socket that is using a well known socket address for standard service, e.g. “Telnet
service” process is permanently assigned to a specific socket (port number: 23). Multiple
processes can establish connections by assigning the specific socket.
(*2) The message is only sent/received to/from the finally connected connection against one port.
NAK response is given to the other connections than that.

Here, the problems on the unit using not supporting standby connection (hereafter called
unsupported unit) multiple sockets for 1 port number (hereunder written as unsupported unit) at the
time of circuit connection/disconnection are described. The problem (*3) of the unsupported unit is
that when the line is disconnected, it cannot be reconnected for a while. Hence there has been a
problem in instantaneous reconnection, in the case of main/standby host equipment switching, for
example.

(*3) To connect again to the same port number after the line disconnection, it is necessary to keep
some time by using disconnection TIME WAIT, for example. This is because when the unit
receives disconnection request from a client (host equipment), a server (unit side) closes a
server socket after some time such as TIME WAIT time. Even if the server receives
reconnection request assigning the same port number during this time, the server cannot
establish the connection because the socket, which includes the said port number, is busy.

Appendix 1-32
2.2 Communication Sequence
There are two communication sequences as follows:

2.2.1 Normal Sequence

(1) Setting message – Setting response message

Host control equipment Controlled equipment

Connect Conn. request

Accept
Send Setting message (SET)

Receive

Setting response message (ACK) Send


[Data= “00”]

Receive
Disconnect Disconnect

(1) For the line connection/disconnection, refer to Item 2.2.3.

(2) Setting inquiry-response message

Host control equipment Controlled equipment

Connect Conn. request

Accept
Send Inquiry message (INQ)

Receive

Inquiry message (ANS) Send

Receive
Disconnect Disconnect

(3) For the line connection/disconnection, refer to Item 2.2.3.

Appendix 1-33
2.2.2 Abnormal Sequence
The following procedure is executed when communication error occurs.

(1) Abnormal sequence caused by abnormal message

Host control equipment Controlled equipment

Error *1
①Connection request NG
Error *5

Error *2 ② Send msg NG

Error *4

③ Setting response msg Data≠’00’


④ Received msg NG, timeout Error *5

Error *2

⑤ Disconnection NG
Error *3
Error *5
Other Error
processing
Other Error processing *2

Note 1) ① to ⑤ are the errors judged at the host control equipment.


In the case of error occurring before line connection (*1), the error is returned to the host
program.
In case of error occurring after the connection (*2), the error is returned to the host
program after disconnecting the line.
In case of error occurring at the time of disconnection (*3), make a retry once. Then the
error is returned to the host program.

Note 2) When a received message content is invalid (*4), the controlled equipment returns an error
to the host program after responding with a NAK message. Other than this error (*5), it
returns an error to the host program after resetting the status to enable reconnection.

For the line connection/disconnection, refer to Item 2.2.3.

Appendix 1-34
(2) Abnormal sequence due to successive messages
The sequence below shows an example of successive setting messages; the former message (setting
message A) is normally processed, but the later message (message B) is not accepted normally. In
this case, note that the ACK/NAK response message to correspond to the setting message B is not
sent.

Host control equipment Controlled equipment

Send Setting message A (SET)

Receive
Send
Setting message B (SET)

Receive (invalid)

Send

Receive
Setting response message A (ACK)
[Data='00']

Appendix 1-35
2.2.3 Line Connection/Disconnection
The line connection/disconnection can be performed by one sequence of messages and responses,
and multiple sequences of messages and responses, as well.
(As a special case, the line connection/disconnection provides no sequence of messages and
responses.)

[An example of line connection/disconnection]

Host control equipment Controlled equipment

Connect Connection request

Send Setting message (SET) Accept

Receive
Once
Setting answer msg (ACK) Send

Receive

Send Setting msg (SET)

Receive
N times
Setting answer msg (ACK) Send

Receive

Disconnect Disconnection

Note 1) Normally, plural setting message-response message communications are performed.


Also, it is possible to perform line connection/disconnection every time the communication
is required.

Appendix 1-36
3 APPENDIX-1

3.1 Remote Message Assignment


Setting Affirmative Setting Inquiry
No. Message Name Setting
Response Inquiry Response
1 Receive setting message 00 80 40 C0
2 TS DEMUX setting 01 81 41 C1
3 Colorimetry setting 02 82 42 C2
4 Audio channel assign setting 03 83 43 C3
5 Reference setting 04 84 44 C4
6 Test signal setting 05 85 45 C5
7 Video freeze setting 06 86 46 C6
8 07 to 1F 87 to 9F 47 to 5F C7 to DF
9 Reserved 20 to 2E A0 to AE 60 to 6E E0 to EE
10 Complex setting message 2F AF Prohibited Prohibited
11 Prohibited Prohibited 70 to 77 F0 to F7
12 Receive Service ID Prohibited Prohibited 78 F8
13 Prohibited Prohibited 79 to 7C F9 to FC
14 Reset setting message 3D BD Prohibited Prohibited
15 3E BE Prohibited Prohibited
16 NAK response message Prohibited BF Prohibited Prohibited

Appendix 1-37
(memo)

Appendix 1-38
Revision record

Ver. Issued Description


1.0 March, 2008 First edition
Appendix 2

H.264 HIGH PROFILE &


MPEG-2 FIELD STRUCTURE COPLIANT
MONITORING DECODER
VD-7300
FRONT PANEL CONTROL
INSTRUCTION MANUAL

NEC Corporation
Table of Contents

1 OVERVIEW.......................................................................................................................................1
1.1 LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Indication Function..................................................................... 1
1.2 Description of the Keys ............................................................................................................ 2
2 SCREEN SCHEME...........................................................................................................................3
2.1 General Structure ..................................................................................................................... 3
2.2 Types of Screens ..................................................................................................................... 3
2.3 Movements between Screens .................................................................................................. 4
3 EXPLANATION OF THE INDIVIDUAL SCREENS..........................................................................5
3.1 Initialization Screen .................................................................................................................. 5
3.2 Status Screen ........................................................................................................................... 5
3.2.1 Status Screen Details ......................................................................................................................... 5
3.3 Menu Screen ............................................................................................................................ 8
3.4 Menu Screen Details ................................................................................................................ 9
3.4.1 RECEIVE Setting.............................................................................................................................. 10
3.4.2 VIDEO and AUDIO Setting ............................................................................................................... 12
3.4.3 MAINTENANCE Setting ................................................................................................................... 13
3.4.4 NETWORK Setting ........................................................................................................................... 17
3.4.5 SNMP Setting ................................................................................................................................... 18

Appendix 2-i
Appendix 2-ii
1 Overview
This document describes the operations and indications on the front panel of the VD-7300
encoder (hereafter referred to as “this unit” or “the unit”).
You can set various operational and control modes and display status indications from the front
panel of this unit.

1.1 LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Indication Function


You can control this unit using arrow, ESC and ENT keys while looking at indications on the
40-character, 2-line LCD.

The LCD has the following specifications.

Dot : 5 x 7 dots
Display function : 40 characters x 2 lines, backlight system

Appendix 2-1
1.2 Description of the Keys
This section describes each control key as follows:

・ ENT Enter key


This key is used for moving to lower layers and menu screens as well as determining your
selections in the setting selection screens.

・ ESC Escape key


This key is used for moving to upper layers as well as canceling setting selection screens.

・ ↑ ↓ Up and Down arrow keys.


This key is used for moving in the same layer as well as selecting setting values and
numeric values.

・ ← Left arrow key


This key is used for moving to upper layers as well as selecting digits to be set.

・ → Right arrow key


This key is used for moving to lower layers as well as selecting digits to be set.

Fig. 1.1

Escape Key Enter Key

ESC ENT

Up Arrow key
Left Arrow Key
Right Arrow key

Down Arrow Key

Appendix 2-2
2 Screen Scheme
This section describes the mutual relationship between screens and how to operate them.

2.1 General Structure


The general structure of the screen is shown below as a tree.

Fig. 2.1

Initialization Screen

After initialization

↑ ↓ key
Status Screen
ステータス画面
Home Screen ステータス画面

ESC key

ESC key ENT key

Menu Screen
ESC key → key
or ← key or ENT key

Detailed Status Screen

↑ ↓ key

2.2 Types of Screens


The individual screens are classified into the following types.
Table 2.1
Screen Main Functions/Operations
Initialization screen The screen displayed during initialization immediately after the
power on. You cannot operate on it.
Home screen Displays the main status of video and audio.
Status screen Selects the status type of video, audio and stream.
Detailed status screen Displays details of each status, set value or log information.
Menu screen Used for changing the setting of the unit

Appendix 2-3
2.3 Movements between Screens
Shown below is how to move between screens.
Table 2.2
Current Screen ⇒ Destination Screen Key Operations
After initializing the unit, the initialization screen
Initialization screen Home screen
automatically changes to the Home screen.
Home screen Home screen
The ↑ or ↓ key is used for switching.
Status screen Status screen

Status screen Home screen The ESC key is used for switching.

Either the → key or the ENT key is used for


Status screen Detailed status screen
switching.
Either the ← key or the ESC key is used for
Detailed Status screen Status screen
switching.

Detailed Status screen Detailed status screen The ↑ or ↓ key is used for switching.

Press and hold the ENT key for more than 2


Home screen Menu screen
seconds.
Press and hold the ESC key for more than 2
Menu screen Home screen
seconds in the 1st layer.

Appendix 2-4
3 Explanation of the Individual Screens
This chapter describes the contents and operation procedures of each screen.
The underlined character in each screen example indicates the cursor position.

3.1 Initialization Screen


When the unit is turned on or reset, the screen below is shown. When the initialization is
completed, the Home screen is automatically displayed.

VD-7300 INITIALIZING
SW Version ****.****
Note: The SW (software) versions displayed here are those of this unit.

3.2 Status Screen


When the power-on or initialization of the unit is completed, the Home screen is automatically
displayed.

The Status screen shows the main parameters during operation.


Press the ↑ or ↓ key to switch display contents on the Status screen. If you press the ESC key
in any screen other than HOME 1 screen, the HOME 1 screen is displayed.

3.2.1 Status Screen Details


The status screen details are explained hereunder.

Home screen

HOME 1080i/29.97Hz 999.999Mbps TEST


A1:/0 A2: 2/0 A3:--- A4: ---
This screen displays the receiving video format, frame rate, video TS rate, ANC control
status, TEST mode status and audio rate.

Status 1 screen

STATUS
1>VIDEO
This screen displays the receiving video stream information.

FORMAT: FRAME-RATE: BIT-RATE: CHROMA:


1080i 29.97Hz 999.999Mbps 4:2:2
↑ ↓
HSIZE: VSIZE: ARI: DHS: DVS: CMP:
1920 1080 SQUARE 16383 16383 H264

Appendix 2-5
Status 2 Screen

STATUS
2>AUDIO
This screen displays the receiving audio stream information or audio output setting status.

A1 MODE: MP2 AAC CH: 5.1 RATE: 384k


A2 MODE: MP4 HEv1 CH: 2/0 RATE: 72k
↑ ↓
A3 MODE: MP2 HEv1 CH: 2/0 RATE: 48k
A4 MODE: MP4 HEv2 CH: 3/0 RATE: 128k
↑ ↓
CH-ASSIGN MODE::
1ES(4'TH PID)
↑ ↓
A1: ADTS L / R / C / Lfe / Ls / Rs
MP2 AAC 5.1 1 / 2/ 3 / 4 / 5 / 6
↑ ↓
A2: LATM/LOAS L / R / C / Lfe / Ls / Rs
MP4 HEv1 2/0 1/2 / / / /
↑ ↓
A3: ADTS L / R / C / Lfe / Ls / Rs
MP2 HEv1 2/0 7 /8/ / / /
↑ ↓
A4: ADTS L / R / C / Lfe / Ls /Rs
MP4 HEv2 3/0 1 /2/ 3/ / /

Status 3 screen

STATUS
3>SERVICE ID & PID
This screen displays the service ID and PID information during receive operation as well as
receiving mode setting status

RECEIVE MODE: SERVICE ID:


SERVICE ID RECEIVED 0001
↑ ↓
TS ID: PMT PID: PCR PID:
0001 0123 0100
↑ ↓
VIDEO PID: CAPTION PID:
0111 NONE
↑ ↓
A1 PID: A2 PID: A3 PID: A4 PID:
0112 0113 0114 NONE

Appendix 2-6
Status 4 screen

STATUS
4>ERROR CONTROL
This screen displays the operation setting status for the stream error.

ERR-CTRL FRZ-MODE: FRZ-TIME:


FREEZE 30sec

Event screen

EVENT-DISP 2007/12/31 12:59:59


>#999 [KEY] 0001: EVENT MESSAGE SAMPLE....
This screen displays the receiving date/time, past log browsing, update information, log
number, type, event code and event message.

EVENT-DISP
> EVENT LOG CLEAR? NO
YES
Press and hold the ENT key for more than 1.5 seconds to move to the clear screen.
Press the “ESC” key or select “NO” to return to the event screen.
Select “YES” to clear the event log to return to the event screen.

Alarm screen

ALARM-DISP YYYY/MM/DD hh:mm:ss


>*999 [MSG] NUMB:123456789012345678901234
This screen is basically the same as the event screen, and displays the operating type.

ALARM-DISP
> ALARM LOG CLEAR? NO
YES
Press and hold the ENT key for more than 1.5 seconds to move to the clear screen.
Press the “ESC” key or select “NO” to return to the alarm screen without making any change.
Select “YES” to clear the alarm log to return to the alarm screen.

Appendix 2-7
3.3 Menu Screen
Pressing the ENT key in the Home screen displays the Menu screen. [MENU] is displayed at the
extreme left of the 1st line of the Menu screen.

In the second line, the layer menu for displaying and changing setting values appear.
There are up to 4 layers, and up to 10 characters can be displayed for each layer.
The lowest layer in each group of layers is the setting layer for displaying and changing the
setting values. The menu screen details are described as follows:

MENU:
Layer1 Layer2 Layer3 Layer4

I)

MENU:
RECEIVE MODE AUTO
The bold letter with an under bar shows the cursor position.

II)
MENU: AUTO>
RECEIVE MODE AUTO
SERVICE ID RECIEVED
SERVICE ID DIRECT
When reaching the setting layer, the current value and the ">" are displayed.
Use ↑ or ↓ key to change the setting value.

II)
MENU: SERVICE ID RECIEVED
RECEIVE MODE SERVICE ID RECIEVED
When fixing the setting with the ENT key, a changed value is displayed at the side of ">"
which has been at the first line.

IV)
MENU: SERVICE ID RECIEVED >
RECEIVE MODE SERVICE ID DIRECT
PID DIRECT
AUTO
When successively changing the value again, return to the screen II).

V)
MENU:
RECEIVE MODE SERVICE ID RECIEVED
When returning to the upper layer, the display of the first line returns to normal.
At this time, “Current setting value” is displayed in the last layer.

Appendix 2-8
3.4 Menu Screen Details
This section describes the details of the menu screen.
The menu structure is shown in Table 3.1 below. The menu is structured by layer 1 to layer 4. The selectable parameters are described in the lowest layer.
The operation contents of each parameter are described in the description column. The reflection timing at the setting value changing is described in the
reflection operation column. As for the default value, each parameter is surrounded by a box in the table.
In addition, this unit can store the setting information as preset data into a CompactFlash memory. The parameters to be logged as preset data are
indicated with ○ marks in the preset column.
Table 3.1

Layer 1 Layer 2 Layer 3 Layer 4 Description Preset


RECEIVE MODE AUTO Selects receive mode. ○ or not applicable

Appendix 2-9
3.4.1 RECEIVE Setting
The receive setting includes receive setting mode setting.
Table 3.2

Layer 1 Layer 2 Layer 3 Layer 4 Description Preset


RECEIVE MODE AUTO Selects receiving mode ○
When AUTO is selected, the decoding operation is automatically performed
according to the information described at the head of PAT/PMT, without user
SERVICE ID setting of Service ID, etc. ○
RECEIVED When SERVICE ID RECEIVED is selected, the user selects and decodes an ID
out of service ID’s contained in a receiving TS stream. After selecting the Service
SERVICE ID ID, use such earlier described PID’s as video/audio in the corresponding PMT. ○
DIRECT When SERVICE ID DIRECT is selected, the user decodes using the ID set directly
by the user. After selecting the Service ID, use such earlier described PID’s as
PID DIRECT video/audio in the corresponding PMT. ○
When PID DIRECT is selected, the decoding is performed by assigning PID
directly. The information described in the PAT/PMT is ignored.
SERVICE ID 01:**** Valid when SERVICE ID RECEIVED mode is selected. The Service ID list under ○
RECEIVED 02:**** receiving is displayed, and the user can select an ID desired to be received. Even
・ if the selected Service ID is missing during receiving, the receiving objective
・ Service ID remains unchanged until re-selection.

SERVICE ID 0001 Valid when SERVICE ID DIRECT mode is selected. The user selects an ID ○
DIRECT desired to be received.
PID DIRECT PCR 0100 Valid when PID DIRECT mode is selected. Set PID’s desired to be received ○
according to each element.
VIDEO 0111 ○
AUDIO1 0112 ○
AUDIO2 0113 ○
AUDIO3 0114 ○
AUDIO4 0115 ○

Appendix 2-10
Table 3.3

Layer 1 Layer 2 Layer 3 Layer 4 Description Preset


RECEIVE DEMUX AUDIO1 OFF Selects a DEMUX operation per maximum 4ES of audio. The numbers 1 to 4 are ○
(Cont’d) assigned in order of PMT description. When OFF is selected, the decoding is not
ON performed, and there are neither decoded outputs nor alarms, accordingly. ○
AUDIO2 OFF At the time of setting change, some noise may be observed in the decoded audio ○
output.
ON ○
AUDIO3 OFF ○
ON ○
AUDIO4 OFF ○
ON ○
TYPE CFG VIDEO MPEG-2 Valid when PID DIRECT mode is selected. ○
Select a decoding objective format. The video is selected from either MPEG-2 or
H.264 ○
H.264. The audio is selected form either AAC-LC or HE-AAC.
AUDIO1 AAC ○
HE-AAC ○
AUDIO2 AAC ○
HE-AAC ○
AUDIO3 AAC ○
HE-AAC ○
AUDIO4 AAC ○
HE-AAC ○

Appendix 2-11
3.4.2 VIDEO and AUDIO Setting
Video and audio setting includes colorimetry conversion and audio output channel assignment setting.

Table 3.4

Layer 1 Layer 2 Layer 3 Layer 4 Description Preset


VIDEO COLORIMETRY OFF Selects a colorimetry conversion operation. ○
When set AUTO, a color difference axis conversion of ITU-R BT.709→ BT.601 is
available at SDTV stream input. Seamless change of AUTO/OFF conversion is
AUTO
available with external control or with local setting by front LCD operation. When ○
HDTV stream is input, the conversion is not performed.
AUDIO CH ASSIGN 1'ST PID Selects an audio output channel assignment. ○
st
・When 1ES (1’ST PID) mode is selected, only 1 ES audio is decoded.
2'ND PID nd ○
・When 1ES (2’ND PID) mode is selected, only 2 ES audio is decoded.
rd
3'RD PID ・When 1ES (3’RD PID) mode is selected, only 3 ES audio is decoded. ○
th
・When 1ES (4’TH PID) mode is selected, only 4 ES audio is decoded.
4'TH PID st th ○
・The followings show the modes to assign the audios of 1 ES to 4 ES to the
1'ST/2'ND channels with 2 channels or 6 channels as a unit. When 2ch is selected, the ES ○
6ch/2ch output includes only L/R (M for mono) at most for any audio mode.
st nd
1'ST/2'ND 1’ST/2’ND 6ch/2ch : Outputs 6chs of 1 ES and 2chs of 2 ES. ○
st nd
2ch/6ch 1'ST/2'ND 2ch/6ch : Outputs 2chs of 1 ES and 6chs of 2 ES.
rd th
3'RD/4'TH 3'RD/4'TH 6ch/2ch : Outputs 6chs of 3 ES and 2chs of 4 ES. ○
6ch/2ch rd th
3'RD/4'TH 2ch/6ch : Outputs 2chs of 3 ES and 6chs of 4 ES.
3'RD/4'TH st th
1'ST-4'TH 2/2/2/2 : Outputs each 2chs of 1 ES to 4 ES. ○
2ch/6ch
1'ST-4'TH ○
2/2/2/2

Appendix 2-12
3.4.3 MAINTENANCE Setting
The maintenance setting includes the setting used for the maintenance of this unit.

Table 3.5
Layer 1 Layer 2 Layer 3 Layer 4 Description Preset
MAINTE GENLOCK REF-BB Selects the read clock for the built-in FS. ○
When selecting REF-BB, outputs the signal synchronized with the external
STC input reference BB signal. When selecting STC, sets FS to through ○
operation.
REF CHECK OFF Sets an input monitoring for the external REF-BB signal input. ○
When off is selected, the input monitoring is not performed. Hence, even if
ON there is no input, it is not recognized as an alarm. When ON is selected, the ○
input monitoring is performed.

INT-SG VIDEO OFF Selects the built-in test signal. Not applicable
When CB is selected, the color bar is displayed.
CB
When 1 kHz is selected, the 1 kHz tone signals are output from all the
AUDIO channels.
OFF

1kHz

ERR-CTRL FRZ MODE OFF Selects an output video operation at the time of an abnormal video TS ○
input.
FREEZE When OFF is selected, the decoding continues as long as possible. ○
When FREEZE is selected, freezes at the video scene just before abnormal
BLACK ○
video TS reception.
GRAY When BLACK, GRAY or BLUE is selected, freezes just after abnormal ○
video TS reception to be changed to the selected color screen after
BLUE FRZ_TIME elapses. ○

FRZ TIME 0sec ○

30sec ○

Appendix 2-13
Table 3.6
Layer 1 Layer 2 Layer 3 Layer 4 Description Preset
MAINTE ALARM LOG CLEAR EXIT Selects to clear alarm log (alarm detected inside the unit and warning Not applicable
(Cont’d) information such as detected through input monitoring). When EXECUTE
EXECUTE is selected, all alarm logs saved inside the unit will be cleared.

EXPORT EXIT Exports the alarm log (alarm detected inside the unit and warning Not applicable
information such as detected through input monitoring) into a
EXECUTE CompactFlash memory. Perform EXECUTE after mounting the
CompactFlash memory.
EVENT LOG CLEAR EXIT Selects to clear event log (external control performed by the unit, LCD local Not applicable
control and ANC control information). When EXECUTE is selected, all
EXECUTE event logs saved inside the unit will be cleaned.

EXPORT EXIT Exports the event log (external control performed by the unit, LCD local Not applicable
control and ANC control information) into a CompactFlash memory.
EXECUTE Perform EXECUTE after mounting the CompactFlash memory.

TIME ADJ NTP OFF Selects any one of OFF (NPT automatic adjustment not performed), AUTO ○
SERVER (NPT automatic adjustment performed every 24 hours) or INITIAL (date
AUTO and time only adjusted at the time of unit startup). ○

INITIAL ○

MANUAL EXIT Performs NPT adjustment manually. The date and time are adjusted ○
ADJ automatically. When “EXECUTE” is selected, the unit communicates with
EXECUTE the NPT server immediately and executes the date and time adjustment. ○

CLOCK ADJ yyyy 20** Adjusts the internal clock of this unit. The year, month, date and the time ○
are adjusted independently. The year is selectable from 2000 to 2099..
mm/dd **/** Default value=2007/01/01/00:00:00 ○

hh:mm:ss **:**:** ○

Appendix 2-14
Table 3.7
Layer 1 Layer 2 Layer 3 Layer 4 Description Preset
MAINTE LOAD DATA PRESET1 EXIT This unit provides 4 preset data areas and keeps various unit setting data. ○
(Cont’d) EXECUTE Preset data can be called back by selecting EXECUTE, to perform a batch ○
change of the unit settings.
PRESET2 EXIT ○
If there is no preset data, “NO DATA” is displayed.
EXECUTE ○
PRESET3 EXIT ○
EXECUTE ○
PRESET4 EXIT ○
EXECUTE ○
SAVE DATA PRESET1 EXIT Saves the current setting data into the preset data area. The date and time ○
EXECUTE information becomes the preset data name at the time of its writing execution. ○
PRESET2 EXIT ○
EXECUTE ○
PRESET3 EXIT ○
EXECUTE ○
PRESET4 EXIT ○
EXECUTE ○
PRESET EXIT Imports the preset data from the CompactFlash memory into the internal memory ○
IMPORT EXECUTE of the unit. ○
PRESET EXIT Exports the preset data from the internal memory of the unit into the ○
EXPORT EXECUTE CompactFlash memory. ○
CURRENT EXIT Exports the current unit setting data from the internal memory of the unit into the ○
EXPORT EXECUTE CompactFlash memory. ○
LOAD DEFAULT EXIT Returned to the default value. But the parameters of the NETWORK, NETWORK2 ○
DATA and SNMP layers or lower are not applicable.
EXECUTE * When this setting is executed, the output data may be unstable for approx. 30 ○
seconds before the unit restart. The output data and the performance of the
receiver side are not guaranteed during this period.

Appendix 2-15
Table 3.8

Layer 1 Layer 2 Layer 3 Layer 4 Description Preset


MAINTE PASSWD OFF Selects a password check for external control communication. ○
(Cont’d) CHK
ON ○
PASSWD ******** Sets a password for external control communication. ○
SET Default value=00000123
RESTART EXIT Restarts this unit. ○
* When this setting is executed, the output data may be unstable for approx. 30
EXECUTE seconds before the unit restart. The output data and the performance of the ○
receiver side are not guaranteed during this period.
LCD SLEEP OFF Selects to set a front panel LCD sleep status of this unit. ○
ON ○

Appendix 2-16
3.4.4 NETWORK Setting

Network setting includes the network setting concerning to Ethernet port for control/status monitoring. Also, NETWORK2 setting includes network setting
concerning to the Ethernet port for status monitoring.

Layer 1 Layer 2 Layer 3 Layer 4 Description Preset


NETWORK IP ADDRESS ***.***.* **.*** Sets an IP address. Default value =192.168.001.030
Sets a SUBNETmask. Settable in decimal format.
SUBNETmask ***.***.* **.***
Default value =255.255.255.000
Sets a GATEWAY. Settable in decimal format.
GATEWAY ***.***.* **.***
Default value =192.168.001.254
Sets an IP address for TIMEserver. Settable in decimal format.
TIMEserver ***.***.* **.***
Default value =192.168.001.250
Displays a MAC address of this unit in hexadecimal number.
MACaddress **-**-**- **-**-**
Impossible to set this address.
NETWORK-2 IP ADDRESS ***.***.* **.*** Sets an IP address. Default value=192.168.001.131
Sets a SUBNETmask. Settable in decimal format.
SUBNETmask ***.***.* **.***
Default value =255.255.255.000
Sets a GATEWAY. Settable in decimal format.
GATEWAY ***.***.* **.***
Default value =192.168.001.254
Displays a MAC address of this unit in hexadecimal number.
MACaddress **-**-**- **-**-**
Impossible to set this address.

Appendix 2-17
3.4.5 SNMP Setting

SNMP setting includes SNMP setting for the status monitor.

Table 3.9

Layer 1 Layer 2 Layer 3 Layer 4 Description Preset


SNMP M-MANAGER1 ***.***.***.*** Sets an IP address of SNMP manager at the unit MAIN-CPU side. Not applicable
M-MANAGER2 ***.***.***.*** Default value =000.000.000.000
S-MANAGER1 ***.***.***.*** Sets an IP address of SNMP manager at the unit SUB-CPU side.
S-MANAGER2 ***.***.***.*** Default value =000.000.000.000
M1 Trap OFF Selects ON/OFF of NETWORK1-side trap transmission set by
ON M-MANAGER1.

M2 Trap OFF Selects ON/OFF of NETWORK1-side trap transmission set by


ON M-MANAGER2.

S1 Trap OFF Selects ON/OFF of NETWORK2-side trap transmission set by


ON M-MANAGER1.

S2 Trap OFF Selects ON/OFF of NETWORK2-side trap transmission set by


ON M-MANAGER2.

Appendix 2-18
Revision History

Ver. Issued Description


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Appendix 3

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MPEG-2 FIELD STURUCTURE COMPLIANT
MONITORING DECODER
VD-7300
ALARM LIST

NEC Corporation
Code LCD Display Content Error Description MIB-OID SNMP-trap
0000 NO ALARM LOG Decoding --- ---
0100 FAN ALARM SIDE 1 Package fan error 1 (side 1) 1.1.1 Fan(102)
0101 FAN ALARM SIDE 2 Package fan error 2 (side 2) 1.1.2 Fan(102)
0102 FAN ALARM SIDE3 Package fan error 3 (side 3) 1.1.3 Fan(102)
0103 FAN ALARM FAN 4 Package fan error 4 (back 1) 1.1.4 Fan(102)
0104 FAN ALARM FAN 5 Package fan error 5 (back 2) 1.1.5 Fan(102)
0200 SUB CPU ERROR CONT Sub-CPU error 2.1.1 Equipment(103)
0210 CONT ECNT FPGA ERROR CONT ECNT FPGA error 2.2.1 Equipment(103)
0211 IF DIF/BOARD ERROR IF DIF FPGA error or IF board not mounted 2.2.2 Equipment(103)
0220 DEC HOST CPU ERROR DEC HOST CPU error 2.3.1 Equipment(103)
0221 DEC CPUIF/BOARD ERROR DEC CPUIF FPGA error or DEC board not mounted 2.3.2 Equipment(103)
0222 DEC MAIN FPGA ERROR DEC MAIN FPGA error 2.3.3 Equipment(103)
0300 REF SYNC NO INPUT Ref.BB signal interrupted 3.1.1 sync(104)
0301 REF SYNC UNLOCK Ref.BB signal error 3.1.2 sync(104)
0302 SD PLL UNLOCK 27M PLL UNLOCK 3.1.3 ---
0303 HD PLL UNLOCK 74M PLL UNLOCK 3.1.4 ---
0400 TS-IN DETECT ERROR TS input signal is interrupted 4.1.1 input(105)
0401 TS SYNC UNLOCK Refers to Sync error status of TS input signal. 4.1.2 ---
0402 TEI ERROR Notice of error data due to TEI 4.1.3 ---
0403 ASI UNLOCK Refers to Lock status of DVB-ASI Deserializer (GS9060). 4.1.4 ---
0404 DIF VIN ERROR Error status of decoded video signal 4.1.5 ---
0405 DIF VIN LOSS Input status of decoded video signal 4.1.6 ---
0406 ADSP ERROR Operation status of DSP #1 for audio FS 4.1.7 input(105)
0410 DEC TS-SYNC ERROR Sync error of TS input signal 4.2.1 ---
0411 DEC TS-IN DETECT ERROR No TS input signal 4.2.2 ---

Appendix3-1
Code LCD Display Content Error Description MIB-OID SNMP-trap
0412 DEC DECODED-VIDEO ERROR Error status of decoded video signal input 4.2.3 ---
0413 DEC VIDEO-OUT ERROR Error status of decoded video signal output 4.2.4 ---
0500 PAT NOT DETECTED Impossible to receive PAT 5.1.1 ---
0501 PAT NO PROGRAM PAT content is incorrect. 5.1.2 ---
0502 PMT NOT DETECT Impossible to receive PMT 5.1.3 ---
0503 PMT PCR NOT DEFINED PCR PID value is incorrect (0x1FFF is defined). 5.1.4 ---
0509 PCR INTERVAL ERROR Impossible to receive PCR packet 5.1.10 ---
0600 PID VIDEO NOT DETECTED Impossible to detect Video packet 6.1.1 ---
0601 PID AUDIO1 NOT DETECTED Impossible to detect Audio #1 packet 6.1.2 ---
0602 PID AUDIO2 NOT DETECTED Impossible to detect Audio #2 packet 6.1.3 ---
0603 PID AUDIO3 NOT DETECTED Impossible to detect Audio #3 packet 6.1.4 ---
0604 PID AUDIO4 NOT DETECTED Impossible to detect Audio #4 packet 6.1.5 ---
0605 PID PAT NOT DETECTED Impossible to detect PAT packet 6.1.6 ---
0606 PID PMT NOT DETECTED Impossible to detect PMT packet 6.1.7 ---
0607 PID PCR NOT DETECTED Impossible to detect PCR packet 6.1.8 ---
0700 DEMUX VBUFER Video receiving buffer overflows 7.1.1 ---
0701 DEMUX VDPLCP A discontinuity of Video TS continuity_counter is detected. 7.1.2 ---
0702 DEMUX VCC3 2 successive discontinuities of Video TS duplicate_packets 2 are detected. 7.1.3 ---
0703 DEMUX VCCUNC A discontinuity of Video TS continuity_conter is detected. 7.1.4 ---
0704 DEMUX PCRSTCER Received PCR value error 7.1.5 ---

Appendix3-2
Code LCD Display Content Error Description MIB-OID SNMP-trap
0705 DEMUX PCRBUFER PCR receiving buffer overflows 7.1.6 ---
0706 DEMUX PSIBUFER PSI receiving buffer overflows 7.1.7 ---
0707 DEMUX DMSYNCER1 TS Sync circuit transfers for front protection status 7.1.8 ---
0708 DEMUX DMSYNCER0 Error by TS Sync circuit transfer for loss of sync status 7.1.9 ---
0709 DEMUX TEI TEI (transport_error_indicator) is detected. 7.1.10 ---
070A DEMUX RERR RERR is detected. 7.1.11 ---
070B DEMUX ABFIFOER Audio #2 receiving buffer overflows 7.1.12 ---
070C DEMUX ABCRCER Audio #2 PES_CRC error is detected. 7.1.13 ---
070D DEMUX ABDPLCP Audio #2 TS duplicate_packets are detected. 7.1.14 ---
070E DEMUX ABCC3 2 successive Audio #2 duplicate_packets are detected. 7.1.15 ---
070F DEMUX ABCCUNC Discontinuity of Audio #2 TS continuity_counter 7.1.16 ---
0710 DEMUX AAFIFOER Audio #1 receiving buffer overflows 7.2.1 ---
0711 DEMUX AACRCER Audio #1 PES_CRC error is detected. 7.2.2 ---
0712 DEMUX AADPLCP Audio #1 TS duplicate_packets is detected. 7.2.3 ---
0713 DEMUX AACC3 2 successive Audio #1 duplicate_packets are detected. 7.2.4 ---
0714 DEMUX AACCUNC Discontinuity of Audio #1 TS continuity_counter 7.2.5 ---
0715 DEMUX UDFIFOER Port #D receiving buffer overflows 7.2.6 ---
0716 DEMUX UDDPLCP Port #D duplicate_packets are detected. 7.2.7 ---
0717 DEMUX UDCC3 2 successive Port #D duplicate_packets are detected 7.2.8 ---
0718 DEMUX UDCCUNC Discontinuity of Port #D continuity_counter 7.2.9 ---
0719 DEMUX UCFIFOER Port #C receiving buffer overflows 7.2.10 ---
071A DEMUX UCDPLCP Port #C duplicate_packets are detected. 7.2.11 ---
071B DEMUX UCCC3 2 successive Port #C duplicate_packets are detected. 7.2.12 ---
071C DEMUX UCCCUNC Discontinuity of Port #C continuity_counter 7.2.13 ---
071D DEMUX UBFIFOER Port #B receiving buffer overflows 7.2.14 ---

Appendix3-3
Code LCD Display Content Error Description MIB-OID SNMP-trap
071E DEMUX UBDPLCP Port #B duplicate_packets are detected. 7.2.15 ---
071F DEMUX UBCC3 2 successive Port #B duplicate_packets are detected. 7.2.16 ---
0720 DEMUX UBCCUNC Discontinuity of Port #B continuity_counter 7.3.1 ---
0721 DEMUX UAFIFOER Port #A receiving buffer overflows 7.3.2 ---
0722 DEMUX UADPLCP Port #A duplicate_packets are detected. 7.3.3 ---
0723 DEMUX UACC3 2 successive Port #A duplicate_packets are detected. 7.3.4 ---
0724 DEMUX UACCUNC Discontinuity of Port #A continuity_counter 7.3.5 ---
0800 VDEC DOWNLOAD ERROR Decoder chip download error 8.1.1 vdec(111)
0801 VDEC NOT READY Decoder chip is not in operating status 8.1.2 vdec(111)
0802 VDEC HS ERR Decoder chip handshake error 8.1.3 vdec(111)
0803 VDEC PHASE ERR Decoder chip transfer status error 8.1.4 vdec(111)
0804 VDEC RISCER T RISC error is detected by watchdog timer 8.1.5 vdec(111)
0805 VDEC TBV_ER HOST interface error 8.1.6 vdec(111)
0806 VDEC ADRER Access to an invalid address 8.1.7 vdec(111)
0807 VDEC WDOGER Various watchdog timer error occurrence 8.1.8 vdec(111)
0808 VDEC VSTRSYNER Un-decodable video stream 8.1.9 ---
0809 VDEC VFRMSER Output video frame size mismatches 8.1.10 ---
080A VDEC VFRMRER Output video frame rate mismatches 8.1.11 ---

Appendix3-4
Code LCD Display Content Error Description MIB-OID SNMP-trap
080B VDEC VSTPESER Input stream PES layer syntax error 8.1.12 ---
080C VDEC VSTSGPER Sequence/GOP/Picture layer syntax error 8.1.13 ---
080D VDEC VSTSMER Slice/MB layer syntax error 8.1.14 ---
080E VDEC NOSTRMER Video input stream interruption is detected. 8.1.15 ---
080F VDEC DECSTOPER Abnormal stop of video decoder part 8.1.16 ---
0810 VDEC TMSTMPER Time stamp error 8.2.1 ---
0811 VDEC VBVOVER00 VBV physical buffer overflows 8.2.2 ---
0812 VDEC VBVUDER VBV buffer underflows 8.2.3 ---
0813 VDEC VBVOVER VBV buffer overflows 8.2.4 ---
0814 VDEC SEQCDEER sequence_error_code is detected. 8.2.5 ---
0815 VDEC DISPSKIP Output picture skip is detected. 8.2.6 ---
0816 VDEC DISPREP Output picture repeat is detected. 8.2.7 ---
0817 VDEC CMNACER Error detection of getting access to the communication register 8.2.8 vdec(111)
0818 VDEC DDRER Error notification of unusable DDR due to DDR R/W mal-adjustment 8.2.9 vdec(111)
0900 ADEC1 DOWNLOAD ERROR ADEC #1 module download error 9.1.1 adec1(112)
0901 ADEC1 NOT READY ADEC #1 module operation error 9.1.2 adec1(112)
0902 ADEC1 COMM ERROR ADEC #1 module communication error 9.1.3 adec1(112)
0903 ADEC1 INPUT CLK ERROR ADEC #1 input CLK/FSYNC error 9.1.4 adec1(112)
0904 ADEC1 OUTPUT CLK ERROR ADEC #1 output CLK/FSYNC error 9.1.5 adec1(112)
0905 ADEC1 CORE BUFF OVF ADEC #1 core input buffer overflows 9.1.6 ---
0906 ADEC1 INPUT BUFF OVF ADEC #1 input buffer overflows 9.1.7 ---
0907 ADEC1 OUTPUT BUFF OVF ADEC #1 PCM output buffer overflows 9.1.8 ---
0908 ADEC1 OUTPUT BUFF UDF ADEC #1 output buffer overflows 9.1.9 ---
0909 ADEC1 PTS-STC UNLOCK ADEC #1 PTS error: PTS/STC is out of permissible range. 9.1.10 ---
090A ADEC1 PTS UNLOCK ADEC #1 PTS error: PTS unlocked 9.1.11 ---
090B ADEC1 RELOCKED ADEC #1 PTS error: Re-sync processing history occurs. 9.1.12 ---

Appendix3-5
Code LCD Display Content Error Description MIB-OID SNMP-trap
090C ADEC1 STC TOO FAST ADEC #1 PTS error: STC too fast 9.1.13 ---
090D ADEC1 STC TOO LATE ADEC #1 PTS error: STC too late 9.1.14 ---
090E ADEC1 NOT FOUND IN ACC ADEC #1 PTS error: sync_start_accuracy 9.1.15 ---
090F ADEC1 PTS NOT INCREMENT ADEC #1 PTS error: PTS increment operation error 9.1.16 ---
0910 ADEC1 ILLEGAL STREAM ID ADEC #1 PES header error: stream ID error 9.2.1 ---
0911 ADEC1 ILLEGAL PTSDTS FLG ADEC #1 PES header error: PTS/DTS header flag error 9.2.2 ---
0912 ADEC1 SIDE INFO ERROR Out of specification value input data are detected at ADEC #1. 9.2.3 ---
0913 ADEC1 UNEXPECTED PESH ADEC #1 PES header error: PES header ignored 9.2.4 ---
0914 ADEC1 INSUFFICIENT PESH ADEC #1 PES header error: PES insufficient header 9.2.5 ---
0915 ADEC1 PES-LENG OVER ADEC #1 PES header error: Input is larger than packet header size 9.2.6 ---
0916 ADEC1 PES-LENG UNDER ADEC #1 PES header error: Input is smaller than packet header size 9.2.7 ---
0917 ADEC1 PAYLOAD BEFORE HS ADEC #1 PES header error: PES payload-start is detected. 9.2.8 ---
0918 ADEC1 PAYLOAD BEFORE LP ADEC #1 PES header error: final PES packet is not detected. 9.2.9 ---
0919 ADEC1 ILLEGAL PES CRC ADEC #1 PES header error: previous crc position error 9.2.10 ---
091A ADEC1 ILLEGAL START-C ADEC #1 PES header error: start code error 9.2.11 ---
091B ADEC1 ILLEGAL PES-LENG ADEC #1 PES header error: PES packet size error 9.2.12 ---
091C ADEC1 ILLEGAL DATA-LENG ADEC #1 PES header error: PES header data size error 9.2.13 ---
091D ADEC1 SYNCW NOT DETECTED ADEC #1 AAC Sync error: syncword is not detected 9.2.14 ---
091E ADEC1 AUDIOH VALUE ERROR ADEC #1 AAC header error: audio header value error 9.2.15 ---
091F ADEC1 PCM OUTBUFF UDF ADEC #1 PCM output buffer underflows compared to an input 9.2.16 ---
0920 ADEC1 PREVIOUS CRC ERROR ADEC #1 PES header error: previous crc error 9.3.1 ---
0921 ADEC1 SBR SYNTAX ERROR ADEC #1 SBR part data syntax error 9.3.2 ---
0922 ADEC1 SBR CRC ERROR ADEC #1 SBR part data crc value error 9.3.3 ---
0923 ADEX1 PS SYNTAX ERROR ADEC #1 PS part data syntax error 9.3.4 ---
0924 ADEC1 ADTS BUFFER FULL ADEC #1 ADTS inside header adts_buffer_fullness = 0x7FF 9.3.5 ---
0925 ADEC1 NUM OF RDB ERROR ADEC #1 ADTS inside header num_of_rdb != 0 9.3.6 ---

Appendix3-6
Code LCD Display Content Error Description MIB-OID SNMP-trap
0926 ADEC1 CH INSTANCE TAG ADEC #1 CH element_instance_tag changes. 9.3.7 ---
0927 ADEC1 LATM-PCE PROFILE ADEC #1 LATM/LOAS-PCE contains profile information other than 1. 9.3.8 ---
Mismatch between the sampling_frequency_index information contained in 9.3.9
0928 ADEC1 LATM-PCE FS ---
ADEC #1 LATM/LOAS-PCE and the information in ASC
0929 ADEC1 CHANGE CONFIG ADEC #1 channel configuration changes. 9.3.10 ---
Mismatch between PCE in ADEC #1 Raw_data_block and the profile 9.3.11
092A ADEC1 RDB_PCE PROFILE ---
information in ADTS header (or in LATM/LOAS frame)
Mismatch between PCE in ADEC #1 Raw_data_block and the sampling 9.3.12
092B ADEC1 RDB_PCE SMP FRQ ---
frequency index information in ADTS header (or in LATM/LOAS frame)
Mismatch between PCE in ADEC #1 Raw_data_block and the number of 9.3.13
092C ADEC1 RDB_PCE ELEMENT ---
elements
092D ADEC1 PCE CH CONFIG ERR ADEC #1 PCE mismatch with channnel_configration in ADTS header. 9.3.14 ---
092E ADEC1 CRC ERROR ADEC #1 ADTS CRC error 9.3.15 ---
092F ADEC1 PROFILE ERROR Profile other than ADEC #1 LC is detected. 9.3.16 ---
0930 ADEC1 FREQ ERROR Sampling frequency other than supported by ADEC #1 is detected. 9.4.1 ---
0931 ADEC1 CH-CONFIG ERROR Channel assignment other than supported by ADEC #1 is detected. 9.4.2 ---
0932 ADEC1 SYNTAX ERROR ADEC #1 AAC syntax error 9.4.3 ---
0933 ADEC1 PARAMETER ERROR ADEC #1 core parameter setting error 9.4.4 ---
0934 ADEC1 LATM-LOAS ERROR ADEC #1 LATM/LOAS frame analysis result error 9.4.5 ---
0935 ADEC1 ADTS ERROR ADEC #1 ADTS header part analysis result error 9.4.6 ---
0A00- ADEC2 Same as AH11#1 10.1.1- adec2(113)
0B00- ADEC3 Same as AH11#1 11.1.1- adec3(114)
0C00- ADEC4 Same as AH11#1 12.1.1- adec4(115)

Appendix3-7
Code LCD Display Content Error Description MIB-OID SNMP-trap
0D00 DEC F-ROM ACCESS ERROR FROM access error 13.1.1 software(117)
0D01 DEC CF TRANS ERROR Failure in transfer to CompactFlash 13.1.2 ---
0D02 DEC OTHER ERROR Other error of DEC 13.1.3 software(117)
0D03 DEC FPGA CONFIG ERROR FPGA configuration error 13.1.4 software(117)
0D10 SUB F-ROM ACCESS ERROR FROM access error 13.2.1 software(117)
0D11 SUB CF TRANS ERROR Failure in transfer to CompactFlash 13.2.2 ---
0D12 SUB OTHER ERROR Other error 13.2.3 software(117)
0D13 LCD ERROR Correct LCD control is impossible. 13.2.4 software(117)
0D14 SUB ETHERNET DOWN Cannot start Ethernet communication. 13.2.5 software(117)
0D20 NTP FAIL Failure in NTP time calibration 13.3.1 ---
0D21 NV-RAM DATA LOST Backup data is incorrect. 13.3.2 software(117)
0D22 LOG DATA LOST Log data is incorrect. 13.3.3 software(117)
0D23 ETHERNET DOWN Cannot start Ethernet communication. 13.3.4 software(117)
0D24 CONT F-ROM ACCESS ERROR CONT FROM access error 13.3.5 software(117)
0D25 CF ACCESS ERROR CONT CompactFlash access error 13.3.6 software(117)
0D26 MAIN CPU OTHER ERROR Other error of MAIN CPU 13.3.7 software(117)

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MPEG-2 FIELD STRUCTURE COMPLIANT
MONITORING DECODER
VD-7300
EVENT MESSAGE LIST

NEC CORPORATION
Upper
Lower Message Description
INI KEY RMT STRM
00 01 POWER ON Power on and initialized.
00 02 VIDEO DECODE START Starts video decoding.
00 03 AUDIO(ES1) DECODE START Starts audio1 decoding.
00 04 AUDIO(ES2) DECODE START Starts audio2 decoding.
00 05 AUDIO(ES3) DECODE START Starts audio3 decoding.
00 06 AUDIO(ES4) DECODE START Starts audio4 decoding.
01 02 10 RCV MODE ************* AUTO / S-ID RECEIVED / S-ID DIRECT / PID DIRECT
01 02 11 SET S-ID RECEIVED **** SERVICE ID
01 02 12 SET S-ID DIRECT **** SERVICE ID
01 02 13 SET PCR PID ****
01 02 14 SET VIDEO PID ****
01 02 15 SET AUDIO1 PID **** PID
01 02 16 SET AUDIO2 PID **** 0010 to 1FFF
01 02 17 SET AUDIO3 PID ****
01 02 18 SET AUDIO4 PID ****
01 02 19 DEMUX AUDIO1 ***
01 02 1A DEMUX AUDIO2 ***
OFF/ON
01 02 1B DEMUX AUDIO3 ***
01 02 1C DEMUX AUDIO4 ***
01 02 1D RECEIVE VIDEO TYPE ***** MPEG2/H.264
01 02 1E RECEIVE A1 TYPE ******
01 02 1F RECEIVE A2 TYPE ******
AAC/HE-AAC
01 02 20 RECEIVE A3 TYPE ******
01 02 21 RECEIVE A4 TYPE ******

Appendix4-1
Upper
Lower Message Description
INI KEY RMT STRM
01 02 30 VIDEO COLORIMETRY **** OFF/AUTO
01 02 40 AUDIO CH ASSIGN **** PID 1'ST/2'ND/3'RD/4'TH
01 02 41 AUDIO 4ES MODE */*/*/*
01 02 50 REFERENCE CHECK *** OFF/ON
01 02 51 INT-SG *** Test signal setting is changed.
01 02 52 FREEZE MODE ****** OFF/FREEZE/BLACK/GRAY/BLUE
01 02 53 FREEZE TIME ***** 0sec/30sec
01 02 54 ALARM LOG CLEAR Alarm log is cleared.
01 02 55 EVENT LOG CLEAR Event log is cleared.
01 02 56 LOAD PRESET* Preset data loading is executed.
01 02 57 LOAD DEFAULT DATA The initial value is loaded to the unit.
01 02 58 RESTART EXECUTE Unit restart is executed.
01 02 59 GENLOCK ****** REF-BB/ STC
01 02 5A INT-SG AUDIO **** Audio test signal setting (OFF/1kHz) is changed.
03 60 VIDEO HORIZONTAL **** 176/ 352/ 480/ 540/ 704/ 720/1280/1440/1920
03 61 VIDEO VERTICAL **** 120/ 240/ 360/ 480/ 512/ 720/1080
03 62 VIDEO FORMAT ***** 1080p/1080i/720p/480p/512i/480i
03 63 VIDEO FRM RATE ******** 23.976Hz/24Hz/25Hz/29.97Hz/30Hz/50Hz/59.94Hz/60Hz
03 64 VIDEO RATE ***.***Mbps
03 65 VIDEO CHROMA *:*:* 4:2:0/4:2:2/4:4:4
03 66 VIDEO ASPECT ****** 16:9/4:3/SQUARE
03 67 VIDEO DH SIZE ***** 0 to 16383
03 68 VIDEO DV SIZE ***** 0 to 16383
03 69 VIDEO CODING ***** H.264 / MPEG2

Appendix4-2
Upper
Lower Message Description
INI KEY RMT STRM
03 6A A1 AAC MODE *********
03 70 A2 AAC MODE *********
MP2 AAC / MP2 HE V1 / MP4 AAC / MP4 HE V1 / MP4 HE V2
03 71 A3 AAC MODE *********
03 72 A4 AAC MODE *********
03 73 AUDIO1 CH MODE *******
03 74 AUDIO2 CH MODE *******
1/0, 2/0, 3/0, 3/1, 3/2, 5.1, 3/0+2/0, 2/1, 2/2, 1/0+1/0
03 75 AUDIO3 CH MODE *******
03 76 AUDIO4 CH MODE *******
03 77 AUDIO1 FORMAT *********
03 78 AUDIO2 FORMAT *********
ADTS or LATM/LOAS
03 79 AUDIO3 FORMAT *********
03 7A AUDIO4 FORMAT *********
03 80 RECEIVE SERVICE ID **** 0001 to FFFF,NONE
03 81 RECEIVE TS ID **** 0001 to FFFF,NONE
03 82 RECEIVE PMT PID ****
03 83 RECEIVE PCR PID ****
03 84 RECEIVE VIDEO PID ****
03 85 RECEIVE AUDIO1 PID **** 0000 to 1FFE,NONE
03 86 RECEIVE AUDIO2 PID ****
03 87 RECEIVE AUDIO3 PID ****
03 88 RECEIVE AUDIO4 PID ****

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Appendix 5

HIGH PROFILE COMPLIANT


H.264/MPEG-4AVC
ENCODER
VD-7300
SNMP COMMUNICATION
SPECIFICATION

NEC Corporation
Table of Contents

1 Overview ......................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 SNMP Basic Specification ....................................................................................... 1
1.2 SNMP Installation Specification of the Unit ............................................................. 2
1.3 MIB Collection Specification .................................................................................... 2
1.4 SNMP-TRAP ............................................................................................................ 2
2 MIB Installation Specification .......................................................................................... 3
2.1 Standard MIB-2 Installation Specification ................................................................ 3
2.1.1 system (1) Group .............................................................................................. 3
2.1.2 interface(2) Group............................................................................................. 3
2.1.3 at (3) group ....................................................................................................... 5
2.1.4 ip(4) Group........................................................................................................ 5
2.1.5 icmp(5) Group................................................................................................... 7
2.1.6 tcp(6) Group...................................................................................................... 8
2.1.7 udp(7) Group .................................................................................................... 9
2.1.8 eqg(8) Group .................................................................................................... 9
2.1.9 oim(9)Group...................................................................................................... 9
2.1.10 transmission(10) Group ................................................................................ 9
2.1.11 snmp(11) Group ............................................................................................ 9
2.2 Private MIB Installation Specification......................................................................11
2.2.1 MIB Tree Structure...........................................................................................11
2.2.2 Expanded MIB Management Items ................................................................ 12
3 SNMP TRAP Installation Specifications........................................................................ 13
3.1 TRAP PDU Construction........................................................................................ 13
3.1.1 PDU TYPE ...................................................................................................... 13
3.1.2 Enterprise ....................................................................................................... 13
3.1.3 AGENT ADDRESS ......................................................................................... 14
3.1.4 GENERIC TRAP and SPECIFIC TRAP ......................................................... 14
3.1.5 TIMESTAMP ................................................................................................... 14
3.1.6 VARIABLE BINDINGS.................................................................................... 15
3.2 TRAP TYPE ........................................................................................................... 16
3.2.1 VD-7300.......................................................................................................... 16
3.3 TRAP transmit Timing ............................................................................................ 17

Appendix 5-i
Appendix 5-ii
1 Overview

This chapter describes MIB (Management Information Base) Specification of VC-7300/


VD-7300 (hereinafter called “the unit”).

Relevant documents of this specification are listed as below.

<SNMP standard specification>


 RFC-1213 MIB-2

<Alarm specification>
 VC7300 Alarm List
 VD7300 Alarm List

1.1 SNMP Basic Specification


The built-in SNMP version represents the SNMPv1 v2c protocol.

The unit supports MIB-2 defined by RFC1213.


 MIB-Ⅱ System-MIB RFC1213
 MIB-Ⅱ System-MIB RFC1213
 MIB-Ⅱ Interface-MIB RFC1213
 MIB-Ⅱ Ip-MIB RFC1213
 MIB-Ⅱ Icmp-MIB RFC1213
 MIB-Ⅱ Tcp-MIB RFC1213
 MIB-Ⅱ Udp-MIB RFC1213
 MIB-Ⅱ Snmp-MIB RFC1213

The unit defines and contains its own MIB in the private MIB area defined by RFC. The
following describes NEC-defined MIB object ID.

iso(1).identified organization(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprise(1).nec(119)

The private MIB “vcvd7300-MIB” built in the unit provides VC-7300/VD-7300 unit
information.

The trap defines several enterprise traps in addition to the standard trap.

Appendix 5-1
1.2 SNMP Installation Specification of the Unit
The following table shows the unit-supported interfaces.

Interface
No. Interface Identifier Description
Name
1 Ethernet-P1 LAN1 Port (Main CPU)
LAN Interface
2 Ethernet-P2 LAN2 Port (Sub CPU)

1.3 MIB Collection Specification


This specification specifies an MIB collection object port and an MIB acquisition request port
of this unit. It supports only MIB collection corresponding to the connecting position, and
cannot collect MIB information crossing LAN ports.

IP Interface for MIB Collection Object


SNMP Manager Connecting Position
LAN1 Port LAN2 Port
LAN1 Port Collection enabled Collection disabled
LAN2 Port Collection disabled Collection enabled

It is necessary to design such that the next demand can be issued after confirming Get
Response sent from the unit in case SNMP manager issues the demand of Get, Get Next (or
Set). A timeout interval must be designed to be more than 1 second when the timeout system
is provided.

When multiple SNMP managers issue Get, Get Next (or Set) demands simultaneously, the
real time control of the unit might be operated improperly. Please design the system so as the
unit is free from over loading.

1.4 SNMP-TRAP
The number of SNMP-TRAP report destinations is maximum 2 for LAN1 and 2 for LAN2, total
4. (It is scheduled to be each 4, total 8 designations in future.)

Appendix 5-2
2 MIB Installation Specification

2.1 Standard MIB-2 Installation Specification


The following is a description of the installation specification on each MIB-2 Management
item, particularly the items different from RFC1213 Definition.

The standard MIB management items cannot be set due to entirely read-only.

2.1.1 system (1) Group

OID Installation Specification


sysDescr Model code
Shows “VideoCodec 7300Series Copyright(c) by NEC Corporation”.
sysObjectID Network device identifier
This unit shows {1.3.6.1.private(4).enterprise(1).
nec(119).necProducts(1).vC0000(151).vcvd7300(3)}.
sysUpTime Elapsed time after the system startup
Returns the accumulated time after the system software launches.
sysContact Contacts to the network administrator
No default set (NULL fixed)
sysName Equipment name
No default set (NULL fixed)
sysLocation Equipment installation location
No default set (NULL fixed)
sysServices Service ID number supplied by the equipment
The unit ID is 72 (fixed).

2.1.2 interface(2) Group

OID Installation Specification


ifNumber Number of unit interfaces
Represents the number of Interface Table (ifTable) entries
described later, regardless of the interface being in operation.
The unit shows 1 (fixed value).

Appendix 5-3
LAN Interface (Ethernet) Details

OID Installation Specification


ifTable Interface Table
ifEntry Interface Entry
ifIndex Interface Number
The unit shows 1 (fixed value).
ifDescr Interface Description
Main CPU:Ethernet-P1
Sub CPU:Ethernet-P2
ifType Interface Type
ethernet-csmacd(6)
ifMtu The maximum data gram size to be able to
transmit/receive.
1500 fixed
ifSpeed Current Bandwidth (unit: bit/sec)
The unit shows the fixed value of the interface specification
because the interface bandwidth cannot be estimated
dynamically.
Fixed Value: 100000000(=100Mbps)
ifPhyAddress Interface Address
Corresponds to Mac Address.
ifAdminStatus Expected running status
The unit supports the fixed value: up(1).
ifOperStatus Current running status
The unit supports only up(1).
ifLastChange Time when the running status changes at last.
The unit shows a relative time from startup to link status
change.
ifInOctets Number of receive octets
ifInUcastPkts Number of packets received in unicast
ifInNUcastPkts Number of packets received in nonunicast
ifInDiscard Number of receive packets discarded for the resource
saving
ifInErrors Number of receive packets discarded due to errors
ifInUnknownProtos Number of receive packets discarded due to unknown
protocols
ifOutOctets Number of transmit octets
ifOutUcastPkts Number of packets transmitted in unicast
ifOutNUcastPkts Number of packets transmitted in nonunicast
ifOutDiscard Number of transmit packets discarded for the resource
saving
ifOutErrors Number of transmit packets discarded due to errors
ifOutQLen Transmit packet cue length
The unit shows always "0" for the entire interface.
ifSpecific Reference to the media-specific definition specification of
the interface
The unit shows always "{0,0}" for the entire interface.

Appendix 5-4
2.1.3 at (3) group

The following table shows the correspondence, which the unit identifies, between an IP
address and an Ethernet address. The table, however, does not include the unit own address
entry.

OID Installation Specification


atTable At table
atEntry At entry
atIndex Index Number (Interface Number)
atPhysAddress Physical Address (MAC Address)
atNetAddress Network Address (IP Address)

2.1.4 ip(4) Group

OID Installation Specification


ipForwarding Display of IP gateway or not
The unit shows host(2), fixed.
ipDefaultTTL IP header TTL default value
The unit shows TTL default value.
ipInReceives Number of receive datagrams
ipInHdrErrors Number of receive datagrams discarded due to IP header error
ipInAddrErrors Number of receive datagrams discarded due to IP address error
ipForwDatagrams Number of forwarding try datagrams
ipInUnknownProts Number of datagrams discarded due to unknown protocols
ipInDiscards Number of receive datagrams discarded due to the resource
restriction
ipInDelivers Number of datagrams successfully distributed to the upper layer
ipOutRequests Number of datagrams that are transmission-requested by the
upper layer
ipOutDiscards Number of transmit datagrams discarded due to the resource
restriction
ipOutNoRoutes Number of transmit datagrams discarded due to no routing
ipReasmTimeout Maximum hold time (seconds) during which datagrams waits for
reassembling
ipReasmReqds Number of receive IP fragments required for reassembling
ipReasmOKs Number of IP datagrams succeeding in reassembling
ipReasmFails Reassembly failure count
ipFragOKs Number of IP datagrams succeeding in fragmentation
ipFragFailes Number of IP datagrams failed despite the fragmentation
request
ipFragCreates Number of created IP fragments

Appendix 5-5
The unit shows the address information only related to interface-specific IP address.

OID Installation Specification


ipAddrTable IP address table
ipAddrEntry IP address entry
ipAdEntAddr IP address
ipAdEntIfIndex Interface number
ipAdEntNetMask IP address subnet mask
ipAdEntBcastAddr IP broadcast address LSB value
Always fixed to 1
ipAdEntReasmMaxSize Maximum number of reconfigurable IP datagrams

The unit does not support IP routing table.

OID Installation Specification


ipRouteTable IP route table
ipRouteEntry IP route entry
ipRouteDest Destination IP Address of this route
Unsupported
ipRouteIfIndex Routing interface index value
Unsupported
ipRouteMetric1 First routing metric
Unsupported
ipRouteMetric2 Alternative routing metric
Unsupported
ipRouteMetric3 Alternative routing metric
Unsupported
ipRouteMetric4 Alternative routing metric
Unsupported
ipRouteNextHop Next hop IP address
Unsupported
ipRouteType Routing type
Unsupported
ipRouteProto Routing organization used for the route learning
Unsupported
ipRouteAge Elapsed time after the routing is lastly updated
Unsupported
ipRouteMask Netmask
Unsupported
ipRouteMetric5 Alternative routing metric
Unsupported
ipRouterInfo Reference pointer to MIB
Unsupported

Appendix 5-6
The following table shows the correspondence, which the unit identifies, between an IP
address and an Ethernet address. The table, however, does not include the unit own
address entry.

OID Installation Specification


ipNetToMediaTable IP address conversion table
ipNetToMediaEntry IP address conversion entry
ipNetToMediaIfIndex Interface number
ipNetToMediaPhysAddress Physical address
ipNetToMediaNetAddress IP address corresponding to physical address
ipNetToMediaType Mapping type
The unit shows the fixed value, static(4).

OID Installation Specification


ipRoutingDiscard Number of discarded routing entries
Unsupported. Always shows "0".
ipForward related Unsupported

2.1.5 icmp(5) Group


The icmp group shows the statistical information of ICMP protocol.
OID Installation Specification
icmpInMsgs Number of received ICMP messages
icmpInErrors Number of messages discarded due to receive error
Number of received messages disabled to reach the
icmpInDestUnreachs
destination
icmpInTimeExcdex Number of received messages with excess time
icmpInParamProbs Number of received messages with illegal parameters
icmpInSrcQuenchs Number of received source quench messages
icmpInRedirect Number of received redirect messages
icmpInEchos Number of received echo request messages
icmpInEchoReps Number of received echo response messages
icmpInTimestamps Number of received time stamp request messages
icmpInTimestampReps Number of received time stamp response messages
icmpInAddrMasks Number of received address mask request messages
IcmpInAddrMaskReps Number of received address mask response messages
icmpOutMsgs Number of transmitted ICMP messages
icmpOutErrors Number of messages not transmitted due to ICMP errors
Number of transmitted messages disabled to reach the
icmpOutDestUnreachs
destination
icmpOutTimeExcds. Number of transmitted messages with excess time
icmpOutParmProbs Number of transmitted messages with illegal parameters
icmpOutSrcQuenchs Number of transmitted source quench messages
icmpOutRedirects Number of transmitted redirect messages
icmpOutEchos Number of transmitted echo request messages
icmpOutEchoReps Number of transmitted echo response messages
icmpOutTimestamps Number of transmitted timestamp request messages

Appendix 5-7
icmpOutTimestampReps Number of transmitted timestamp response messages
icmpOutAddrMasks Number of transmitted address mask request messages
icmpOutAddrMaskReps Number of transmitted address mask response messages

2.1.6 tcp(6) Group

OID Installation Specification


tcpRtoAlgorithm Timeout time definition algorithm
The unit always shows “other(1)”.
tcpRtoMin Resend timeout minimum value
tcpRtoMax Resend timeout maximum value
tcpMaxConn TCP connection maximum count
The unit replies "-1" since the maximum connection count
varies.
tcpActiveOpens Number of transits from CLOSED to SYN-SENT
tcpPassiveOpens Number of transits from LISTEN to SYN-RCVD
tcpAttemptFails Number of TCP connection try failures
tcpEstabResets Number of transits from ESTABLISHED to CLOSE
tcpCurrEstab Number of ESTABLISHED/CLOSE-WAIT statuses
tcpInSegs Receive segment number
tcpOutSegs Transmit segment number
tcpRetransSegs Resent segment number

The tcp connection table shows the information related to the current existing TCP
connection on this network unit.

OID Installation Specification


tcpConnTable TCP connection table
tcpConnEntry TCP connection entry
tcpConnState TCP connection status
tcpConnLocalAddress Local IP address
tcpConnLocalPort Local port number
tcpConnRemAddress Remote IP address
tcpConnRemPort Remote port number

Additional TCP management items


OID Installation Specification
tcpInErrs Number of receive error segments
tcpOutRsts Number of transmit segments containing RST flags

Appendix 5-8
2.1.7 udp(7) Group
OID Installation Specification
udpInDatagrams Number of receive datagrams transferred to the upper layer
udpNoPorts Number of datagrams without application existence
udpInErrors Number of receive datagrams untransferred to the upper layer
udpOutDatagrams Number of transmit datagrams

UDP Listner Table

OID Installation Specification


udpTable UDP listner table
udpEntry UDP listner entry
udpLocalAddress UDP listener local IP address
udpLocalPort UDP listener local port number

2.1.8 eqg(8) Group


The unit is not installing any management items contained in this group.

2.1.9 oim(9)Group
The unit is not installing any management items contained in this group.

2.1.10 transmission(10) Group


The unit is not installing any management items contained in this group.

2.1.11 snmp(11) Group


The unit is installing the management item values of this group on the RAM for SNMP
process. Accordingly, the RAM content is cleared whenever the SNMP process reboots
itself.

OID Installation Specification


snmpInPkts Number of messages received from transport service
snmpOutPkts Number of messages transferred to transport service
snmpInBadVersions Number of unsupported version messages
snmpInBadCommunityNames Number of unknown community name messages
The unit shows the number of the request messages
containing other than the permitted community names
out of the received SNMP messages in SNMP
process.
snmpInBadCommunityUses Number of unpermitted operations of the receive
PDU.
Always fixed to 0.
snmpInASNParseErrs Number of receive PDU ASN.1/BER errors
snmpInTooBigs Number of receive PDU tooBig errors
Always fixed to 0.
snmpInNoSuchNames Number of receive PDU NoSuchName errors
Always fixed to 0.
snmpInBadValues Number of receive PDU badValue errors
Always fixed to 0.
snmpInReadOnlys Number of receive PDU ReadOnly errors
Always fixed to 0.

Appendix 5-9
snmpInGenErrs Number of receive PDU genErr errors
Always fixed to 0.
snmpInTotalReqVars Total number of normally obtained management items
snmpInTotalSetVars Total number of normally altered management items
Always fixed to 0.
snmpInGetRequests Number of received/processed GetRequest PDUs
snmpInGetNexts Number of received/processed GetNext PDUs
snmpInSetRequests Number of received/processed SetRequest PDUs
Always fixed to 0.
snmpInGetResponses Number of received GetResponse PDUs
Always fixed to 0.
snmpInTraps Number of received Trap PDUs
The unit always shows 0.
snmpOutTooBigs Number of generated PDU tooBig errors
snmpOutNoSuchNames Number of generated PDU noSuchName errors
snmpOutBadValues Number of generated PDU badValue errors
snmpOutGenErrs Number of generated genErr errors
snmpOutGetRequests Number of generated GetRequest PDUs
Always fixed to 0.
snmpOutGetNexts Number of generated GetNext PDUs
Always fixed to 0.
snmpOutSetRequests Number of generated SetRequest PDUs
Always fixed to 0.
snmpOutGetResponses Number of generated GetResponse PDUs
Always fixed to 0.
snmpOutTraps Number of generated Trap PDUs
snmpEnableAuthenTraps Permission of failed authentication trap generation
This unit always shows 1.
snmpSilentDrops Unsupported
snmpProxyDrops Unsupported

Appendix 5-10
2.2 Private MIB Installation Specification
The unit installs [vevd7300-MIB] as the private MIB, and presents VC-7300/VD-7300
information.This chapter describes the details of [vevd7300-MIB]

The following shows each MIB location under MIB global naming tree. The unit cannot set
these management items due to entirely read-only.

1.3.6.1.4.1.nec(119).necProducts(1).vC0000(151).vcvd7300(3)
1.3.6.1.4.1.nec(119).nec-mib(2).necProductDepend(3).vC0000-mib(151). vcvd7300(3)

2.2.1 MIB Tree Structure

The MIB tree structure is shown as follows:

iso(1)
∟identified organization(3)
∟dod(6)
∟internet(1)
∟private(4)
∟enterprise(1)
∟nec(119)
∟necProducts(1)
| ∟vC0000(151)
| ∟vcvd7300(3)
|
∟nec-mib(2)
∟necProductDepend(3)
∟vC0000-mib(151)
|
∟vcvd7300(3)
∟System(1)
| ∟IdentGroup(1)
|
∟Admin(2)
| ∟snmpCommunityGroup(1)
| ∟snmpTrapHostGroup (2)
| ∟snmpTargetGroup(3)
|
∟Status(3)
∟vc7300(1)
∟vd7300(2)

Appendix 5-11
2.2.2 Expanded MIB Management Items

The MIB provides various information, such as management information of the


VC-7300/VD-7300 unit, SNMP management information and unit alarm information.

2.2.2.1 SYSTEM Management Items


These items present management information of this unit.

1.3.6.1.4.1.119.2.3
.vC0000-mib(151).vcvd7300(3).System(1).IdenttGroup(1)
Name(OID) Type Description Installation Specification
Index of Model Entry
IdentModel(1) INTEGER [VC-7300(1).VC5350 Identification of unit type
(2), VD7300(3)]
Display Serial Number Announcement of Mac
IdentSerialNumber(2)
String Max.32 characters address
Display Hardware Version
IdentHardwareVersion(3) CONT MAIN FPGA version
String Max.64 characters
Display Software Version CONT MAIN CPU
IdentSoftwareVersion(4)
String Max.64 characters F/W version

2.2.2.2 ADMIN Management Items


These management items present SNMP management information. The unit does not
support any Admin management items.

2.2.2.3 Status Management Items


These management items present alarm information of the unit. For details, refer to alarm
specifications. For example, followings are the management items of fan alarm.

1.3.6.1.4.1.119.2.3
.vC0000-mib(151).vcvd7300(3). Status(3).vd7300(2).power/fan(1).fan(1)
Name(OID) Type Description Installation Specification
FAN ALARM SIDE1(1) INTEGER {No Alarm(0),Alarm(1)} Cabinet fan error 1 (side1)
FAN ALARM SIDE2(2) INTEGER {No Alarm(0),Alarm(1)} Cabinet fan error 2 (side2)
FAN ALARM SIDE3(3) INTEGER {No Alarm(0),Alarm(1)} Cabinet fan error 3 (side3)
FAN ALARM FAN4(4) INTEGER {No Alarm(0),Alarm(1)} Cabinet fan error 4 (rear1)
FAN ALARM FAN5(5) INTEGER {No Alarm(0),Alarm(1)} Cabinet fan error 5 (rear2)

Appendix 5-12
3 SNMP TRAP Installation Specifications
The unit supports various traps (v1, v2). This section describes the trap occurrence trigger
and the data values contained in the trap packet PDU.

This unit stores the occurrence status of trap for 500 msec, and if the occurrence status
stored for 500 msec are different from that stored at the time of the last trap transmission, it
validates trap transmission of different items.

If it shifts from recovery→occurence→recovery, an occurrence trap is sent out first, and


recovery trap is sent out in 500 msec after that. However, if it shifts from
occurence→recovery→occurrence within 500 msec, only the occurrence of corresponding
item is transmitted.

This unit can set to invalidate trap function itself to invalidate all trap transmission, but
cannot set to validate/invalidate it per trap type. Please neglect unnecessary trap items at
the SNMP manager side.

3.1 TRAP PDU Construction


This chapter describes the details of trap PDU (Protocol Data Unit).
TRAP PDU construction is shown below:
PDU AGENT GENERIC SPECIFIC VARIABLE
Enterprise TIMESTAMP
type ADDRESS TRAP TRAP BINDINGS

Because the VARIABLE BINDING area is variable-length, the trap PDU is also
variable-length. However, no trap can be made due to the limitation of installation if one
packet size exceeds 1500 bytes. Therefore, the number of causes in VARIABLE BINDINGS
area is limited to a fixed number.

3.1.1 PDU TYPE


The contents of PDU type field is shown below. The PDY type of Trap is 4.
PDU type Value
GetRequest 0
GetNextRequest 1
GetResponse 2
SetRequest 3
Trap 4

3.1.2 Enterprise
The contents of the Enterprise field in this unit are shown below.
Trap Classification Value
Standard Trap enterprises(1).nec.(119).necProducts(1).vC0000(151).vcvd7300(3)
(generictype:0~5)
Enterprise Trap enterprises(1).nec(119).nec-mib(2)
(generictype:6) .necProductDepend(3).vC0000-mib(151).vcvd7300(3)

Appendix 5-13
3.1.3 AGENT ADDRESS
The AGENT ADDRESS field stores the interface IP address to notify you of a trap of this
unit.

3.1.4 GENERIC TRAP and SPECIFIC TRAP


The GENERIC TRAP and SPECIFIC TRAP fields store the values to represent each trap
type. Please refer to “3.2 Trap Classification” for details.

3.1.5 TIMESTAMP
The TIMESTAMP field stores the time elapsed from start of this unit until trap occurrence.
Specifically it stores a sysUpTime value.

Appendix 5-14
3.1.6 VARIABLE BINDINGS

VARIABLE BINDINGS stores the detailed information of trap.

The minimum unit of VARIABLE BINDINGS is constructed by a pair of name and value. The
name contains corresponding OID, and value contains resulted value by using Basic
Encoding Rule (=BER).

The construction of VARIABLE BINDINGS field is shown below.


name 1 value 1 name 2 value 2 … nameLen valueLen

value details
Type(1 byte) Length(1 byte) Value
0x02(=integer)fixed 1 fixed 0x1 = alarm exists

In the VARIABLE BINDINGS area, only OID, the cause of trap transmission is described.
Even if OID is assigned to the corresponding trap, it is not described unless the value
changes.

Shown below is the storing sample of VARIABLE BINDINGS due to status change. It
indicates that only OID with change is stored in VARIABLE BINDINGS, and no trap
transmission is made when there is no change.

Minimum 500 msec.

Cause A Occurs

Occurs
Cause B

Contents of Cause A Cause B Cause A Cause B


(no trap)
VARIABLE occurs. occurs. reset reset
BINDINGS

Appendix 5-15
3.2 Trap Type
3.2.1 VD-7300
A list of trap outputted by VD-7300 is indicated below.
generic specific
No Trap Type Variable-Bindings
type type
Transmits only once when the SNMP process
1 coldStart 0 0
starts up.
2 warmStart 1 0 No occurrence in this unit.
3 linkDown 2 0 No occurrence in this unit.
Transmits when ifOperStatus changes from
4 linkUp 3 0
LinkDown to LinkUp.
Transmits when accessed by the un-established
authentication
5 4 0 (unauthorized) community name, or by the
Failure
unauthorized manager.
6 Reserved 6 101 No occurrence in this unit.
Transmits when a fan-related alarm status
7 Fan 6 102
changes.
Transmits when a CPU/FPGA-related alarm
8 cpu/fpga 6 103
status changes.
Transmits when a synchronization-related alarm
9 sync 6 104
status changes.
Transmits when an input-related alarm status
10 input 6 105
changes.
106
11 Reserved 6 No occurrence in this unit.
to 110
Transmits when a DEC video module-related
12 vdec 6 111
alarm status changes.
Transmits when an audio module 1-related alarm
13 audio1 6 112
status changes.
Transmits when an audio module 2-related alarm
14 audio2 6 113
status changes.
Transmits when an audio module 3-related alarm
15 audio3 6 114
status changes.
Transmits when an audio module 4-related alarm
16 audio4 6 115
status changes.
17 Reserved 6 116 No occurrence in this unit.
Transmits when a software-related alarm status
18 software 6 117
changes.
118
19 Reserved 6 No occurrence in this unit.
to 200

Appendix 5-16
3.3 Trap Transmission Timing
The basic minimum interval of trap is 500 msec. It checks the presence of trap transmission
every 500 msec and transmits only necessary traps.

Since MAIN CPU gives priority to unit control function, the trap transmission of SNMP has
some restrictions. To be specific, the number of trap transmissions is limited to 2 in each
frame in order to avoid excess load due to continuous transmission.

[The following is described for consideration.]


There are 15 frames in the duration of 500 msec and 2 traps can be transmitted per each
frame. Therefore, totally 30 traps can be transmitted every 500 msec. When the value of trap
counts the number of destinations exceeds 30 in one time trap detection, the corresponding
transmission is voided and stored in the stack inside. In other words, the transmission of over
30 traps is delayed.

The internal cue for trap is sufficiently maintained in number, however if more than 30 trap
causes are generated every time and such a status continues for several minutes, the cue is
overfilled and no newly generated traps cannot be transmitted.

Appendix 5-17
(memo)

Appendix 5-18
Revision record

Version # Issue Description


1.0 March, 2008 First edition