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Basic information before the purchase :)

Basic information before the purchase :)

Postby warumnix » Mon Dec 24, 2012 5:42 pm

There are more and more inquires about the MOI streaming box received :D , so here you can find some basic information before the purchase :)

1. When will the MOI streaming box be available to order?
Only Pre-order will be accepted.
Pre-order will be available in the Middle of January, 2013, on buydvb


2. Do you have a release date?
The Pre-order customers can get order shipped at the beginning of March, 2013.

3. Where can I buy a MOI streaming box?
From buydvb

4. What's the price of the MOI streaming box?
138.99USD

5. Is it possible to place pre-order now?
It will be available in the Middle of January.

6. How do the warranty terms of the MOI streaming box look like?
2 years warranty.

7. How to get support for the MOI streaming box?
Please send email to moisupport[at]tbsdtv[dot]com

8. Is it open source?
Yes. ;)

9. What OS can I use with the MOI streaming box?
It’s Linux embedded in the MOI. For client, you may connect from Windows, Linux, iOS, Android.

10. As I can see it is a DVB-S2 streaming box, will there also be streaming boxes for DVB-T/T2, DVB-C?
Sure, there will be another model with DVB-T2/C tuners.
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Re: Basic information before the purchase :)

Postby updatelee » Wed Jan 16, 2013 11:34 pm

What streaming protocol does it use? upnp ?

Where is the source ?

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Re: Basic information before the purchase :)

Postby steven » Thu Jan 17, 2013 9:39 am

Hi updatelee

You can have a look at this page:
http://www.tbsdtv.com/launch/moi-dvb-s2 ... g-box.html
The streaming protocol have a lot of choose ,such as HTTP,RTSP,RTP both are ok.
the source is the DVB signal.

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Re: Basic information before the purchase :)

Postby updatelee » Thu Jan 17, 2013 10:56 am

warumnix Wrote:8. Is it open source?
Yes. ;)


Hi steven, sorry I was actually referring to the FAQ question #8, where is the source code? would love to have a look before I invest in new hardware.

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Re: Basic information before the purchase :)

Postby crazycat » Sat Jan 19, 2013 2:53 am

Look like open-source streaming application (TVHeadend, dvblast and etc). Cross-compiled on host PC.

System-related part (including V4L tuner/demod drivers) precompiled.
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Re: Basic information before the purchase :)

Postby steven » Tue Jan 22, 2013 9:30 am

Hi

Thanks for crazycat's answer,yea,it is only the application's code.Cross-compiled on MOI.

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Re: Basic information before the purchase :)

Postby updatelee » Tue Jan 22, 2013 11:04 am

ok thanks for clarifying

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Re: Basic information before the purchase :)

Postby xmaster » Thu Jan 24, 2013 8:35 pm

I'm just playing with tvheadend on amd e240 with S2 card. So this black box looks good.

Ho many HD streams can cpu handle? Does it have any power saving functions when idle etc? And how much power does it consumes?
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Re: Basic information before the purchase :)

Postby Mythological » Thu Jan 24, 2013 11:17 pm

Does the MOI support a DiSEqC switch, and if so, which version(s)? Will it send the proper signals to a dish positioner?
Does it support 22 kHz tone switches?

These are really necessary for the device to be useful for Free-To-Air reception in the United States, since the desirable signals are spread across multiple satellites and are on both the C and Ku bands.
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Re: Basic information before the purchase :)

Postby steven » Thu Jan 31, 2013 3:03 pm

Hi xmaster &Mythological

For your question:

>Ho many HD streams can cpu handle?
This depends on your network environment ,we have tested in 100 Mbps network ,if your HD Transponder's
speed is 50 Mbps ,you can stream two HD Transponder ,MOI streaming Box CPU is ok .


>Does it have any power saving functions when idle etc? And how much power does it consumes?
The power is 4W to 24W, depend on the load.

>Does the MOI support a DiSEqC switch, and if so, which version(s)? Will it send the proper signals to a dish positioner?
Our hardware is fully support the DiSEqC command ,So this depends on the soft ,As we know that TVHeadend is supported
DiSEqc 1.0/1.1 2.0/2.1,about the 1.2 motor move,we will contact this with TVHeadend ,maybe later we will support
all DiSEqC command.

>Does it support 22 kHz tone switches?
Of course.

Thanks

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