Framework for Delivering IPTV Services over Satellite Networks

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Framework for Delivering IPTV Services over
Satellite Networks
Home Network
Access Network (AN)
IP based Core Network (IPCN)
Video Head End (VHE)
Satellite Link

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  • What is Eap,AES, Multicast securuty
    Extensible Authentication Protocol
    Advanced Encryption Standard
  • Each SS shall have a 48-bit universal MAC address, as defined in IEEE Std 802®-2001. This address
    uniquely defines the SS from within the set of all possible vendors and equipment types. It is used during the
    initial ranging process to establish the appropriate connections for an SS. It is also used as part of the
    authentication process by which the BS and SS each verify the identity of the other.
  • Framework for Delivering IPTV Services over Satellite Networks

    1. 1. Framework for Delivering IPTV Services over Satellite Networks BBYY AAJJAALL..AA..JJ AASSSSIISSTTAANNTT PPRROOFFEESSSSOORR DDEEPPAARRTTMMEENNTT OOFF EELLEECCTTRROONNIICCSS AANNDD CCOOMMMMUUNNIICCAATTIIOONN MMEETTSS SSCCHHOOOOLL OOFF EENNGGIINNEEEERRIINNGG,,MMAALLAA
    2. 2. Radio Communication Band 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    3. 3. 4 SATELLITES
    4. 4. Satellite Communication WOW ! 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    5. 5. The Wireless Environment Services: Communication, Plug & play, Voice chat, Remote surgery, See What I See… Demands: Quality, Coverage, Security, Cost… Networks PST N MSC IP Research and Development areas: Interoperability, MIMO, Low Cost Infrastructure, Antennas… USER Wireless Technology TESTING August 20, 2014 6
    6. 6. 1 Billion $USD 220 Million $USD Broadband Pipeline Mobile Applications and WiMAX/WLAN-Cellular Dual Network •Gov. Service •Surveillance •M-Traffic Service •M-Medicare M-India: WiMAX Blueprint Broadband Pipeline FTTH/Cable Backbone WLAN/WiMAX (Wireless Broadband ) Dual Network Cellular ( GSM/GPRS/3 G/PHS) E- service E- learning E-life Access Network AP •Campus Safety •Distant Learning •IPTV •VoIP •Video Phone •Homecare M -Service M -Learning M - Life AP AP 08/20/14 7
    7. 7. IEEE 802 Working Groups kmpok 8 • gh Active working groups Inactive or disbanded working groups 802.1 Higher Layer LAN Protocols Working Group 802.3 Ethernet Working Group 802.11 Wireless LAN Working Group 802.15 Wireless Personal Area Network (WPAN) Working Group 802.16 Broadband Wireless Access Working Group 802.17 Resilient Packet Ring Working Group 802.18 Radio Regulatory TAG 802.19 Coexistence TAG 802.20 Mobile Broadband Wireless Access (MBWA) Working Group 802.21 Media Independent Handoff Working Group 802.22 Wireless Regional Area Networks 802.2 Logical Link Control Working Group 802.4 Token Bus Working Group 802.5 Token Ring Working Group 802.7 Broadband Area Network Working Group 802.8 Fiber Optic TAG 802.9 Integrated Service LAN Working Group 802.10 Security Working Group 802.12 Demand Priority Working Group 802.14 Cable Modem Working Group 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    8. 8. 9 WWiiddee AArreeaa NNeettwwoorrkk Broadband Wireless Technologies MMeettrrooppoolliittaann AArreeaa NNeettwwoorrkk LLooccaall AArreeaa NNeettwwoorrkk PPeerrssoonnaall AArreeaa NNeettwwoorrkk WWAANN LLTTEE MMAANN WWIIMMAAXX LLAANN WWii--FFii PPAANN BBLLUUEETTOOOOTTHH 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    9. 9. 10 High capacity fiber, leased line or G.HSDSL bandwidth supplied WI-Fi installs gigabit capacity wired LAN backbone throughout the property Access Points mounted throughout property APs transmit and receive wi-fi signals allowing for connections to the internet anywhere in the building. 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    10. 10. 11 MOBILE WiMAX Momentum is Building ! 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    11. 11. WiMAX’s Path to future Broadband Mobility 802.16-2004 Backhaul T I M E 802.16-2004 Backhaul Satellite Network Telephone Network Internet IP Based Access Network Wi-Fi Base Station Pedestrian Speeds, 11Mbps, Lightweight, Limited Coverage 802.16-2004 Base Station Vehicular Speeds, 20 Mbps, Power Source, Heavy, Limited Coverage, Specialized Applications 802.16-2004 Backhaul 802.16d/e Base Station Vehicular Speeds, 20 Mbps, Lightweight, Full Coverage 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    12. 12. How Does Wideband Data Compared? Time to Download a DVD-Quality Copy of Batman Several days EDGE Day WCDMA Morning EVDO Minutes WiMAX 1 Week GPRS 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    13. 13. 14
    14. 14. IPTV Components Home Network Access Network (AN) IP based Core Network (IPCN) Video Head End (VHE) Satellite Link
    15. 15. IPTV and Beyond … IPTV is just one Service Potential Multi-Play Services Home Surveillance Secure Internet The Triple Play Music Download Video Conferencing/Telephony PC-based Streaming Video Broadband IM (PC or STB) Console Gaming Video Download Turbo button internet Bandwidth Consumption Latency/Loss Sensitivity Voice Video Game Download Internet  Red = “Triple Play”  Blue = Service differentiator and opportunities for incremental revenue  Choose an architecture that allows rapid intro of any of these services ! 13 NOVEMBER 2009 Copyright © 2006 Juniper Networks, Inc. Proprietary and Confidential www.juniper.net 16
    16. 16. COMPARISON WITH TV & IPTV Current TV IPTV Copyright © 2006 Juniper Networks, Inc. Proprietary and Confidential www.juniper.net 17
    17. 17. 18 IPTV: See what buddies are watching My buddy list shows who is watching TV… 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    18. 18. 19 IPTV: Send and receive program recommendations … so I can send a recommendation if I’m watching an interesting program… … and see when my buddy accepts the recommendation!
    19. 19. IPTV: Record and play content for and from buddies Store my recorded or personal content… … and share it with my budddies! August 20, 2014 20
    20. 20. 21 IPTV: … and many more services! Receive recommendations even if I am offline… …get recommendations from my Sport Buddy. …schedule a movie with my buddies using the Program Guide…
    21. 21. MMuullttiippllee AAcccceessss uussiinngg SSaatteelllliittee lliinnkk 22 22 Base Station (BS) DownLink UpLink SATELLITE 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    22. 22. 23 OOFFDDMM vvss OOFFDDMMAA 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    23. 23. 24 OOFFDDMM vvss OOFFDDMMAA 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    24. 24. 25 FADING EFFECTS hello distance 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    25. 25. Copyright © 2006 Juniper Networks, Inc. Proprietary and Confidential www.juniper.net 26
    26. 26. 27 Design Flow Define Requirements C coding Verilog Coding Synthesis Place & Route Verify Logic Verify Logic Configuration Verify Logic FPGA Chip Verify Logic Define requirements: specify functionality of device. E.g: I/O and performance requirements C coding: Source code of a program that implements a Finite field divider. Verilog coding entry: functional description of architectures. Include combinational logic design and RTL (Register Transfer Level) coding. Synthesis: generates a netlist from the Verilog code. Netlist is a low level abstraction of the code. Place and Route: determines the placement of each cell and connections between cells in the chip. Configuration: a process in which the circuit design (bitstream file) is downloaded into the FPGA.
    27. 27. System Architecture 2008 28
    28. 28. 29 Success Story @ Work – Madras Pharma T.Nagar Sholinganallur • Point to Point and Point to Multi Point • Backhaul spanning to 12kms from T.Nagar (H.O) to Sholinganallur (Factory) 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    29. 29. Success Story @ Work – Residency Group 30 Hotels -Enable Point – to – Point Connectivity ( 1KM ) - Centralized accounting and reservation system - Hotspot Zones for wireless internet access 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    30. 30. 31 Success Story @ Work – GRT Thangamaligai • Point – to – Point Connectivity ( 600 meters ) • Enabling centralized billing and accounting systems Annexe Main Building Usman Road 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    31. 31. Performance of Ford’s Hydrogen Powered Shuttle Bus Fleet The Front End / Back End Split Sources System Data Fuel Engine …… Presentation Live Status and Reports Alerts Post Processing and Analysis Backend (BE) Frontend (FE) Cellula r / Satellit e Cellula r / Satellit e WWiMiMAAXX InInteterrnneett Front End + Cheap, continuous, logging + Excellent scalability + Low overhead - Poor ‘world’ view - Complex admin and updates - Little storage or history Back End + Lots of processing resource + Correlation amongst multiple vehicles - Limited scalability - High communication overhead - Poor real-time characteristics TELCORDIA PROPRIETARY - INTERNAL USE ONLY See proprietary restrictions on title page. 32
    32. 32. 33 7 OSI LAYER STACK Application Presentation Session Transport Network Data Link (MAC) Physical 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    33. 33. 08/20/14 Work Proposal
    34. 34. IEEE 802.16 protocol layering ATM ATM transport transport IP IP transport transport Service Specific Convergence Service Specific Convergence Sublayer (CS) Sublayer (CS) MAC Common Part Sublayer MAC Common Part Sublayer ((MAC MAC CPS) CPS) PPrrivivaaccyy ssuubblalayyeerr PPhhyyssicicaal l LLaayyeerr ((PPHHYY)) MAC CS adapts higher layer protocols to MAC CPS. CS maps data (ATM cells or IP packets) to a certain unidirectional connection identified by the Connection Identifier (CID) and associated with a certain QoS. May also offer payload header suppression. 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    35. 35. IEEE 802.16 protocol layering ATM ATM transport transport IP IP transport transport Service Specific Convergence Service Specific Convergence Sublayer (CS) Sublayer (CS) MAC Common Part Sublayer MAC Common Part Sublayer ((MAC MAC CPS) CPS) PPrrivivaaccyy ssuubblalayyeerr PPhhyyssicicaal l LLaayyeerr ((PPHHYY)) MAC MAC CPS provides the core MAC functionality: • System access • Bandwidth allocation • Connection control Note: QoS control is applied dynamically to every connection individually. 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    36. 36. IEEE 802.16 protocol layering ATM ATM transport transport IP IP transport transport Service Specific Convergence Service Specific Convergence Sublayer (CS) Sublayer (CS) MAC Common Part Sublayer MAC Common Part Sublayer ((MAC MAC CPS) CPS) PPrrivivaaccyy ssuubblalayyeerr PPhhyyssicicaal l LLaayyeerr ((PPHHYY)) MAC The privacy sublayer provides authentication, key management and encryption. 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    37. 37. IEEE 802.16 protocol layering ATM ATM transport transport IP IP transport transport Service Specific Convergence Service Specific Convergence Sublayer (CS) Sublayer (CS) MAC Common Part Sublayer MAC Common Part Sublayer ((MAC MAC CPS) CPS) PPrrivivaaccyy ssuubblalayyeerr PPhhyyssicicaal l LLaayyeerr ((PPHHYY)) MAC IEEE 802.16 offers three PHY options for the 2-11 GHz band: • WirelessMAN-SCa • WirelessMAN-OFDM • WirelessMAN-OFDMA 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    38. 38. Key Capabilities of 802.16d & 802.16e 39 Convergence Sub Layer IP Ethernet ATM Classifiers PHS MAC Layer Network Entry PDU Gen PDU Reassembly Connection Mgmt BW Mgmt ARQ Privacy & Key Mgmt (EAP, AES, Multicast Security) PHY Burst Scheduling Handoffs Power Mgmt (Sleep & Idle Modes) PHY Layers Single Carrier (10 – 66GHz & < 11 GHZ) OFDM-256 FFT (<11GHz)(AAS) OFDMA (<11 GHz) 2048 FFT mode, subchannelization Schemes, H-ARQ, AAS, MIMO, STC 1024, 512, 128 FFT modes and symbol Structures (S-OFDMA) 802.16d 802.16e 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    39. 39. Additional Factors to consider 40 Security Coverage Power Performance Security of wireless media has always been questionable. WiMax has been proved to suffer from weak security. Success Since BWA any products solution transmit will depend at higher on support power, Non they Line of represent sight operation. a drain on the battery. Multimedia has stringent expectations from the underlying network.High bandwidth alone cannot satisfy all multimedia requirements. 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    40. 40. Scans downlink channel Obtain parameters Wait in the same state Initial ranging 41 Basic capabilities exchange Authentication Registration IP connectivity Create connection synchronized Not synchronized Initial Ranging slot identified success failed failed success success success failed failed Data transfer success success failed SS states-network entry
    41. 41. “ WIMAX ” What are the risks? 42 Disadvantages of WiMAX  Line-of-sight (LOS) is required for long distance (5-30 mile) connections  Certain conditions —terrain, weather and large buildings—can act to reduce the maximum range  Other wireless electronics can interfere with the WiMAX connection & cause a reduction in data throughput  licensed airwave frequencies are limited availability. Unlicensed airwaves are free but all can use them— difficult to control service quality as other users of the same band could cause interference 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    42. 42. 43 CCOONNCCLLUUSSIIOONN IIPPTTVV HHAASS AAPPPPEERREEDD AASS AA SSOOLLUUTTIIOONN TTOO ““UUBBIIQQUUIITTOOUUSS TTVV AACCCCEESSSS”” 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    43. 43. 44 RREEFFEERREENNCCEESS  DDeenniiss GGaallllaanntt –– ““OOppttiiccaall NNeettwwoorrkk FFoouunnddaattiioonn ffoorr TTrriippllee PPllaayy SSeerrvviicceess RRoollll-- oouutt””,, OOFFCC//NNFFOOEECC DDiiggeesstt,, 22000066  MMaarrkk AAbbrraammss aanndd AArriieell MMaaiissllooss –– ““IInnssiigghhttss oonn DDeelliivveerriinngg aann IIPP TTrriipplleePPllaayy oovveerr GGEE-- PPOONN aanndd GGPPOONN ””,, OOFFCC//NNFFOOEECC DDiiggeesstt,, 22000066 iibbuuttiioonn hhaass bbeeeenn ppaarrttllyy ssuuppppoorrtteedd bbyy SSeenntteerrNNoovveemm,, aann aaggeennccyy ooff tthhee DDuuttcchh MMiinniissttrryy  ””AApppplliiccaattiioonn UUssaaggee SScceennaarriiooss UUssiinngg WWiiMMAAXX TTeecchhnnoollooggyy””,, DDeecceemmbbeerr 22000055,, PPrreeppaarreedd bbyy AApppplliiccaattiioonn WWoorrkkiinngg GGrroouupp WWiiMMAAXX FFoorruumm VHDL & RTL Books Lionel Bening and Harry Foster, Principles of Verifiable RTL Design, A Functional Coding Style Supporting Verification Processes in Verilog, Kluwer Academic Publishers J. Bhasker, Verilog VHDL Synthesis, A Practical Primer, Star Galaxy Publishing, Lucent Technologies 1998 13 NOVEMBER 2009
    44. 44. 45 Thank You for Your Attention To Err is Human, To Forgive is Divine
    45. 45. 46

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