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Comtech CMR-5975

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Dec 7th, 2008 at 6:40pm  
Hi,
A  Friend of mine  has  a CMR-5975 and its not  accepting any c-band Frequency. Would the  Version wrong for  C-band
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Reply #1 - Dec 7th, 2008 at 7:44pm  
See here for datasheet for CMR-5975 https://www.comtechefdata.com/datasheets/ds-CMR-5975.pdf

The manual is here https://www.comtechefdata.com/manuals/mn-digicast-pdf/mn-0000032_CMR5975_IOM_r2.... (Note 8.2 Mbytes).

The CMR5975 is an L band device with receive input range 950-2150 MHz suitable for connecting to the output of a C band (or Ku band) LNB.   For C band reception you will need a C band LNB and the correct feed system (linear or circular polarisation, correctly adjusted or correctly assembled) for the required satellite downlink.   Most C band LNBs have a mixer local oscillator frequency of 5150 MHz.  On the web interface (e.g. 192.168.21.100/tuner.htm - see example below) you may set the LNB LO frequency and the C band satellite frequency and the modem will tune accordingly.  Alternatively you can directly tune in the L band range, see 1675 MHz in the example.  Set the Spectrum to inverted in the case of the LO being higher than the satellite frequency.
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Set the carrier modulation and symbol rate parameters also.


Best regards, Eric.
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