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Maximizing your coaxial (cable tv) v2

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Coax Cable that found in many cable TV installation provide lucrative ways to deliver Internet signal upon it. So we can provide multimedia services without new rewiring.

Coax Cable that found in many cable TV installation provide lucrative ways to deliver Internet signal upon it. So we can provide multimedia services without new rewiring.

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  • 1. Maximizing your Cable TV infrastructure for triple play broadband services with CableLAN (Ethernet over coaxial) broto@gscom-asia.com (C) GSCOM 2010
  • 2. CableLAN Access Network 2  Leverage existing Cable TV Infrastructure (one way or two way)  Network connection is achieved through AV200 CableLAN Ethernet Adapter  Distance up to 1200 meters  Throughput up to 200 Mbps  Flexible, scalable, reliable and upgradable network configuration  No interference with TV signal (Uses 2 – 32 Mhz)  Support: QOS, VLAN, SNMP and DES/3DES Encryption (C) GSCOM 2010
  • 3. CableLAN Network Architecture 3 (C) GSCOM 2010
  • 4. CableLAN and DOCSIS 4 Features CableLAN DOCSIS Bandwidth Downstream 200 Mbps 54 Mbps Bandwidth Upstream 200 Mbps 10 Mbps Modulation OFDM QPSK/QAM Frequency Range 2 – 32 Mhz 91 – 587 Mhz/ 5 – 65 Mhz Network Architecture Modular, Hierarchical, distributed centralized CableTV Network One way and two Two way compatibility way (C) GSCOM 2010
  • 5. Solution brief: HFC network integration for robust data services 5  Clean-up return path of HFC network  Create distributed network (C) GSCOM 2010
  • 6. Solution brief: Intra-building connection 6 LAN Building 1 Coaxial Cable LAN Building 2 200 Mbps 1,200 Meters  High speed connection between building up to 200 Mbps with the distance up to 1200 meters  More cost effective compared to Fiber Optic installation  More reliable compared to wireless connection (C) GSCOM 2010
  • 7. Solution brief: Broadband over powerline (BPL) injection (MV/LV) 7 Tap to MV cable Coax Cable MV Coupler Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 BPL Modem  Medium voltage (MV) and low voltage (LV) signal injection through coupler enable the system to transmit data through electrical wire.  Applying 3 phase will enable the system to inject the data signal through all the 3 phase electrical network, so all the electrical wire become data network infrastructure. (C) GSCOM 2010
  • 8. Investment per Home Pass 8 $ 850 $ 75 $30 FTTH DOCSIS CableLAN *www.gigaon.com **Exclude cable laying (C) GSCOM 2010
  • 9. CableLAN Benefit 9  Leveraging existing Cable TV infrastructure (one way or two way)  Support triple play application: data, voice, and video with bandwidth up to 200 Mbps  Scalable network configuration (invest as you grow)  Signal travel long distance (up to1200 meters)  Lowest cost per home pass  Fast deployment, non disruptive, and quick ROI (C) GSCOM 2010
  • 10. Site installation 10  An apartment building with 3 towers and 700 rooms  Service provided: PayTV and Internet  CableLAN network Installation can finished within 5 days and immediately ready to provide services. (C) GSCOM 2010
  • 11. CableLAN Equipment 11 Master or Repeater CPE/Modem  Physical data rate up to 200 Mbps  Physical data rate up to 200 Mbps over distance of 300 meters over distance of 300 meters (Powerline) or 1200 meter (Coaxial) (Powerline) and 1200 meter (Coaxial)  802.1Q VLAN & Optimized VLANs  CSMA/CARP (Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance and  Support 64 PLC port and 1024 MAC Resolution using Priorities) protocol Address  Powerful DES/3DES/AES encryption  Powerful DES/3DES/AES encryption  Build-in repeating capabilities for  8-level priority queues, with increased coverage programmable priority-classification Engine  Console Interface and SNMP management  Priority classification according to 802.1P tags, IP coding (IPv4 or Ipv6) or  Dynamic IP Address with auto- TCP source/destination ports configuration  10/100BaseT Fast Ethernet interface  Manual MASTER / SLAVE configuration for connection to the Internet Gateway  VLAN and OVLAN Support  OFDM technology and powerful error correction system allow  RADIUS server authentication support  Optimized support for broadcast and  Programmable bandwidth allocation multicast traffic  Master Node HE or Repeater  Console interface and SNMP  Slave CPE Node management  Can be used for MV/LV BPL networks (C) GSCOM 2010
  • 12. Contact Us 12 PT Global Solution Comindo Ruko Apartment WGP Blok R01-36 Kelapa Gading Permai Jakata 14240 Indonesia Tel: +62-21-45844975 Fax: +62-21-45844976 info@gscom-asia.com www.gscom-asia.com (C) GSCOM 2010

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