Advantech Raptor DVB-RCS Compact Transportable Hub (NEW O.E.M)
NEW – Raptor – DVB-RCS Compact Transportable Next Generation Hub
· Up to 155 Mbps outbound / Up to 12 Mbps inbound per carrier
· DVB-S2 CCM/VCM/ACM outbound maximizes bandwidth efficiency
· Optimized for IP and multi-media content
· Open standard design (DVB-RCS)
· Qualified with multiple IP/DVB broadcast platform vendors
· Interoperable with 3rd party SatLabs certified terminal vendors
· Unique and powerful multi-carrier demodulation technology
· World-class scheduling efficiency, maximizing bandwidth utilization
· User-friendly Network Management System (NMS)
· Mesh Overlay (peer-to-peer) optional capability
· Quick deploy of hub for emergency networks or field operations
Advantech Wireless, a world leader in satellite communications, offers the world’s leading two-way open standard (DVB-RCS) broadband satellite access system. Our DVB-RCS Hub, and in particular its Return Link Sub-System (RLSS), is at the heart of the broadband access system. The RLSS is a modular hub sub-system which can be integrated with new or installed IP/DVB broadcast platforms and IP switch/routing equipment to provide two-way satellite broadband access services.
The RLSS is designed to receive inbound traffic, handle inbound and outbound signaling, schedule and control networks of satellite interactive terminals (available from multiple suppliers). A single scalable RLSS unit can support networks ranging from just tens to 500 of simultaneously logged-on terminals.
The Raptor series of transportable hubs are turn-key systems which can be deployed in less than 1 hour, to enable a wide range of public and/or private network topologies with satellite interactive terminals.
Advantech Wireless’ Hubs and Terminals are highly flexible; several different network architectures are possible. Some key features of the DVB-RCS system include:
Frequency independent – hubs, terminals and onboard processors can be operated in any frequency band (e.g., Ku, Ka, C, X or hybrids of these).
Satellite versatility – the system can operate with the forward and return link on the same satellite, or on different satellites.
Terminal diversity – networks can support receive-only terminals at the same time as two-way terminals, as well as terminals operating in both mesh and star network topologies.
Advantech Wireless’ entire system, as well as the DVB-RCS standard, has been designed to minimize the cost of scaling a broadband access network from terminal populations as small as a few tens of terminals to tens of thousands.
Performance of access layer protocols is highly dependent on traffic profile. Advantech’s implementation of DVB-RCS, utilizing dynamic assignment techniques mandated in the DVB-RCS specification, has been specifically designed and tuned for multi-media traffic. In comparison, other VSAT systems are less dynamic and less flexible.
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