Cisco – D9865H – Digital Satellite Receiver with HD, SD and HDMI Output

The Cisco D9865H has been discontinued and replaced with the advanced Cisco D9865D. See it here…
  • HDMI and Component video outputs for HDTV (the ‘H’ designation)
  • 4:2:0 High Definition (HD) MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 AVC decoding
  • 4:2:0 Standard Definition (SD) MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 AVC decoding
  • 4:2:0 NTSC and PAL (B/G/I/D/M/N) video decoding
  • MPEG, Dolby® Digital, and HE-AAC audio decoding
  • DVB Subtitling and DVB VBI (WST, WSS, VPS)


The Cisco D9865H has been discontinued and replaced with the advanced Cisco D9865D. See it here…

The Cisco® D9865H Digital Satellite Receiver is designed for satellite content distribution, and targets the broadcast, business TV, private networks, and SMATV environment. The receiver offers the ability to receive digitally encrypted video, audio, VBI, and data. It provides a cost-effective, variable-rate solution to transition existing DVB® -S/MPEG-2 services to DVB-S2/MPEG-4. It also supports MPE IP data. The ‘H’ in the model number designates this model as having HDMI and Component video outputs for HDTV.

Ease of Use  The unit is set up via the on-screen display menu, using a handheld infrared remote control, or using navigation keys on the front panel of the receiver. User-editable presets are provided for quick re-tuning to other broadcasts. The receiver also supports a Web interface and SNMP control via the Ethernet port as an option.

Free-to-air Reception – This receiver is capable of receiving a DVB/MPEG compliant free-to-air broadcast.

Secured Broadcast Reception – Supporting the PowerVu conditional access with DES or DVB descrambling, or with DVB Conditional Access Module (CAM) based DVB CA systems, this receiver can be used to receive secured corporate communication of video, audio, and data broadcast. It can also be used for secured delivery of TV programming to hotels, MDUs, homes, and commercial establishments such as restaurants and stores.

Data Outputs – Data outputs can be used for distribution of electronic documents, such as price lists and video files. DVB MPE IP data via an Ethernet interface allows for connection to a local area network for larger file transfer or communication with multiple network clients.

Features – In addition to the above:

  • Symbol rate from 1.0 to 45 MS/s for DVB-S and from 1.0 to 31 MS/s for DVB-S2
  • PowerVu® conditional access with DES and DVB descrambling
  • CAM interface hardware for DVB CAM-based descrambling
  • One unbalanced stereo pair of audio outputs
  • Line 21 closed caption and V-chip support
  • Fingerprint trigger
  • Service replacement
  • Field upgradeable software
  • Front panel 4-digit LED for channel display
  • On-screen display menu for setup and status
  • User-editable preset configurations
  • CAM Interface software
  • Dolby Digital Plus

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