Advantech AMT 75e DVB-S/S2 Broadcast Modem (NEW O.E.M)
DVB-S/S2 High Speed Broadcast Modem
· Combines Advantech Wireless’ powerful DVB-S/S2 modulator and demodulator in a single 1 RU chassis.
· Powerful Forward Error Correction (FEC) choices compliant with DVB-S, DVB-DSNG, and DVB-S2.
· The DVB-S2 implementation includes 16APSK/32APSK and both 16k (SHORT) and 64k (NORMAL) FEC Block sizes 64QAM support is backed with powerful LDPC BCH implementation (4th generation turbocode) to provide 155Mbps high efficiency link.
· Also supports eTPC Turbo code for lower speed applications (up to 20Mbps).
· Supports standard Viterbi and Reed Solomon.
· Symbol Rates from 32ksps to 45Msps Symmetrical or asymmetrical support.
· Modulation and FEC options are all “soft key” controlled allowing simple field upgrades
· Excellent spurious performance
· L Band: 950 to 1750 MHZ IF ranges, or 950 to 2150 MHz IF ranges and/or 70+/-18Mhz or 140+/-36Mhz IF ranges
· Wide range of Network Interface Cards (NIC):
· HSSI and multi-HSSI interfaces
· 10/100Mbps Ethernet (IP routing or bridging support)
· G.703 interfaces
· Multi G703 interfaces
· 1GigE L2 and bridging
· STM1e support
· 1:1 and 1:10 redundancy switches available.
· Monitoring and control via Ethernet using Web Server, HTTP, Telnet or SNMP, or via terminal mode RS232.
· Although being designed as a universal Modem, this unit is particularly suited for the following application fields:
· Digital Video distribution Broadcast
· Digital Satellite News Gathering
· Corporate (bi-directional ) networks
· Contribution broadcast networks video exchange
· IP traffic to ISP’s
· IP backbones and cable restoration
· Primary Distribution of terrestrial networks
Advantech Wireless’ AMT 75e is a multi-purpose High Speed Satellite modem which is a particularly versatile and effective solution for any broadcast environment. The emergence of HD and 3D content demands more data and the AMT 75e handles all higher DVB-S2 modulation schemes.
The AMT 75e achieves a Bandwidth-efficient transmission, from 30% to 150% gain when compared to the old DVB-S performance. When compared with the old FEC coding, the LDPC (Low Density Parity Check) and BCH (Bose-Chaudhuri-Hocquenghem) coding is known to be far more robust, giving a performance as close as 0.7 dB from the famous Shannon limit.
In practice, this means your capital investment is significantly reduced due to the decreased bandwidth requirements.
The AMT-75 modem is also designed using Software Defined Radio techniques to ensure unrivaled flexibility: Any future technology evolution or new features can be introduced by simple FW upgrade. A future-safe investment is hereby guaranteed.
When used for broadcast applications, the AMT75 offers a flexible choice of data interfaces. These are up 8 (4 are standard) ASI inputs which can be aggregated into a DVB-S2 single MultiStream carrier (CCM/VCM/ACM).
Next to these, an GbE IP interface is also available with optional MPE and GSE encapsulation. Going beyond the standardized DVB-S2 specifications, Advantech also offers extra improvements for even greater BW efficiency, such as a roll-off factor of 15%, 64QAM modulation, 4k block size (yielding even lower latency), and eTPC Turbo code for lower speed applications. (Telco use mainly)
Obviously, the unit is also backward compatible with older modulation schemes such as DVB-S and DVB-DSNG. The demodulator part is quasi 100% the mirror of the modulator part: It is performing ISI filtering for DVB-S2 MultiStream applications, Decapsulating the IP stream(s), and handling all standardized modulations.
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