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In this webinar presentation, presented on May 8, 2012, Steven Soenens from Newtec talked about : ...

In this webinar presentation, presented on May 8, 2012, Steven Soenens from Newtec talked about :

Delivering uptime and quality of service:
- built in MPEG Transport Steam Analyzer
- Carrier ID insertion in the Network Information Table (NIT)

Bandwidth efficiency optimization technologies:
- Automated Equalink® predistortion, providing up to 10% bandwidth gain
- Clean Channel TechnologyTM, improving efficiency by up to 15%

Future-proof solutions:
- easy upgrade from ASI to GbE, from IF-band to L-band
- DVB-S2 extensions and RF Carrier ID - capabilities are anticipated to become available

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  • DSU: 30.000 Mbaud @ 20% = 36 MHz = 72.9 Mbps @ 8PSK 5/634.286 Mbaud @ 5% = 36 MHz = 83.3 Mbps @ 8PSK 5/6Assume available resources at satellite is 85 dB.HzFor 30.000 Mbaud C/N = 85 – 10 log(30.000E6) = 10.23 dB achievableFor 34.286 Mbaud C/N = 85 – 10 log(34.286E6) = 9.65 dB achievable Conclusion: in a full saturated transponder, the available power remains the same, so when symbolrate is increased, the power is spread over a larger bandwidth.This will effectively decrease the achievable C/N on the other hand, the throughput will increase.So for each case at hand the balance will need to be made.The same applies in multi-carrier operation. When a given bandwidth is leased, determined as the symbolrate multiplied with the channel spacing (which isn’t necessarily the same as the roll-off) , this corresponds to a given PEB used. In case the symbolrate is increased (by keeping the same leased bandwidth and reducing the symbolrate), more PEB will be used. This will work fine for links that were previously underusing the available power. For balanced links (power versus bandwidth), the cost for the link will increase because PEB is increased.

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  • 1. Newtec M6100 Broadcast Satellite Modulator Steven Soenens Director, Product Marketing Broadcast ssoe@newtec.euBroadband SystemsProfessional EquipmentIP Software
  • 2. Newtec provides E2E Solutions for broadcast Studio to Studio Distribution to DTH Contribution Exchange towers DTT and Direct to Home Networks Headends • Continued • Highly efficient • Serving 2 Billion • Solutions for SNG innovation towards satellite distribution customers every and OB Vans higher bandwidth to DTT towers day • Fixed efficiency and • Overlays to DTH • Highest uptime Contribution links flexibility muxes and reliability for permanent or occasional use • MENOS E2E multi- • Distribution to • Integrated with service content telco and cable major NMS/OSS • Standalone solution exchange headends suppliers or OEM board supplier to major • Fully IP based • Infrastructure • Supports any encoder vendors transport monitoring via video format SD, • File and Live VSAT HD and 3DTV2 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 3. What our customers tell us is high on their agenda … 1. Keep Current Revenue’s up “How can I distribute uptime for Deliver the highest valuable “How can I reduce the number of “How cantroubleshoot service I increase QoS and content and advertisements more configuration mistakes?” outages faster (reduce MTTR)?” reduce churn?” reliably?” vital links 2. Seek to reduce opex and capex “How can I get more HD and “How can I useperformance Get the best Ku single network reduce and build a the Ka band 3DTV content on my available operationallower (NOC)” for contribution and distribution?” multiple cost your and services?” transponder space?” costs 3. Prepare for the future “How can I benefit from for the Evolve be preparedwithout “How can I prepare my future transition from IF to towards tomorrow’s upcoming Carrier-ID DVB-S2 enhancements L-Band?” technology infrastructure to become all-IP?” technology?” rebuilding the entire network?”3 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 4. Newtec M6100 Broadcast Satellite Modulator Best in Class Satellite Modulator • DVB-S and DVB-S2 compliant • QPSK, 8PSK, 16QAM, 16APSK and 32APSK • Baudrate range from 0,05 - 68Mbaud • Short and Normal Frames • Best in class spectral purity • Default 10MHz reference input • Internal reference clock with high stability options4 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 5. Newtec M6100 Broadcast Satellite Modulator Highest Bandwidth efficiency • Clean Channel TechnologyTM • Automated linear and non-linear* Equalink® pre-distortion Fits easily in existing video systems • ASI and GbE inputs with port redundancy • RTP/UDP Unicast and multicast support • SMPTE 2022 Error Correction for remote deployment of modulator • Opportunistic or fixed rate IP data insertion in TS (MPE) Supports distribution of push VoD, STB SW upgrades, etc... * Non-Linear automated Equalink will be available in a future release5 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 6. Newtec M6100 Broadcast Satellite Modulator Versatile Output Configurations • On board IF and L-Band output options • High output levels >+5dBm • L-Band switchable 10MHz clock output • Optional individual 10MHz output (BNC) • Programmable equalizer compensates for cable losses Advanced Capabilities increase uptime • Built-in Transport Stream analyser • Standard Carrier ID injection (NIT table) • TS Rate adapter for all network types, including SFN • Market leading redundancy switchover times • Pseudo-Random generator for link testing • Monitoring outputs on ASI and L-Band6 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 7. Newtec M6100 Broadcast Satellite Modulator Easy to install and configure • Easy operation through intuitive GUI • Direct and Comprehensive access through front panel • Open standards SNMP and HTTP interfaces • Integrates with industry standard NMS and OSS systems Future Proof Platform • Built upon latest flexible FPGA and Processor technology • Designed to support potential future DVB-S2 extensions and RF Carrier ID • Supports opportunistic IP data injection in TS (MPE) • Platform designed to support applications with video and data • Pay as you Grow : capabilities can be added through SW license keys7 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 8. Equalink® Equalink® Automated ...Use Satellite Bandwidth More Efficient Measurement Demod Automated Equalink® Measure Es/No Auto- Analyse correct 2 Additional Larger footprint More Data channels * Better QoS Higher modcod *Typical improvements8 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 9. Clean Channel Technology™ Smaller Roll-Off • Advanced filter technology provides DVB-S2 Roll-Off to 5% or 10% or 15% 5% or 10% or 15% Roll-Off • Carrier Spacing as small as 1,05 RO 20% RO 5% times their symbol rates results in immediate BW gain up to 15% RO 20% • For operations with single carrier, RO 5% multiple carriers and shared transponders • Future Proof for upcoming DVB standards! • Available on Newtec’s existing and new M6100 platforms!9 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 10. Clean Channel Technology™ Roll-Off 25% (DVB-S2 normal) DVB Mask Newtec Mask Target DVB-S2 result Performance Better Less noise Steeper Slope Roll-Off 5% (Clean Channel Mask (anticipated DVB specs) Technology™) Newtec Mask Target Clean Channel Technology™ Advanced Filtering10 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 11. Clean Channel Technology™ in Shared Transponder Carrier Spacing Shared Transponders Carrier Spacing with Clean without Clean Channel Technology™ Channel Spacing with Clean Carrier Technology ™ Channel Technology™ Carriers from another operator Carriers from another • Can easily co-exist with operator carriers from other Rented Capacity providers in a same Rented Capacity transponder Transponder Transponder CarrierSpacing with Clean Carrier Spacing with Channel Channel Clean Technology™ Clean Channel Carrier Spacing with Clean Technology ™ Channel Technology™ Carriers from another Carriers from another • Technology can only be operator operator Gain Gain applied to allocated carriers Rented Capacity • No interference on Transponder Transponder neighbour carriers11 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 12. Up to 10% gain with recent and existing set- top’s* +10%* Traditional DTH Full BW use Full BW use @ 20% roll-off @ 20% roll-off @15% roll-off RO 20% RO 15% 8PSK 5/6 with with 72 Mbps DVB-S2 Roll-Off to 5% or 10% RO 20% RO 5% RO 20% RO 5% Equalink® Equalink® CCTTM Trp allocation plan (MHz) 40 40 40 Trp BW -1dB (MHz) 36 36 36 Roll-Off 20% 20% 15% Actual Symbol Rate (Mbaud) 30 33,33 34,78 Symbol rate gain (%) 11% 16% Tx Power reduction (dB) -0,46 -0,64 Net Bitrate Gain (%) 7% 10% Net Bitrate Gain (Mbps) 72 5 7 Additional MPEG-2 SD channels (3,5Mbps) 1 2 Additional H.264 HD channels (5Mbps) 1 1 *Subject to test with specific receiver models - typical improvements12 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 13. Ready to combat Carrier Interference ? Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) ... high on the agenda of satellite operators ! • RFI is the largest single issue that impacts QoS for satellite operators and their customers • Sources of RFI are operational mistakes in modulator configuration, wrong polarization, carrier saturation, pointing to wrong satellite, failing equipement ... or intended interference • In addition to current RFI counter measures such as • Training operational staff on best practices • Automated terminal configuration (e.g. Newtec´s MENOS) • Satellite pointing technology such as Newtec´s Point and Play® there is a need to embed a carrier identifier (CID) into the carrier itself to allow a robust yet quick pinpointing of the source of the interference13 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 14. 14 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 15. Ready to combat Carrier Interference ? …Newtec is ! M6100 Carrier ID setup How Does it work ? • An ID is injected by the modulator into the carrier (CID) containing : • Fixed identification of the source • Vendor brand, MAC, serial n°, etc ... • User configurable data • GPS coordinates, carrier name, contact, etc... • In case of RFI, the satellite operator can read this CID and can therefore quickly identify the source and contact information of the RFI originator, using a shared repository of CID´s • Initially, a NIT version of carrier ID will be used by operators, available on the M6100 R1.2 by default in the video package • It is anticipated that a DVB standard will likely be available end of 2012 with a more robust RF CID standard15 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 16. What if your customers cannot decode the video ? ...only with Newtec´s Transportstream Analyzer in the modulator you really know what information is on satellite A single error at the input often results in a full service loss ! • Measure at the right place in the network … on the modulator ! Unlike traditional probes, the built-in TS analyzer does not change the network characteristics during analysis • Measures and alarms upon DVB ETR-290 errors that can occur between the video mux and uplink • Prio_1 : Transport_Stream_Sync_Loss, Sync_byte_error, PAT_error, Continuity_count_error • Prio_2 : TS_Error_indicator, PCR_repetition_error, PCR_disc_error, PCR_accuracy_error • TS Rate measurement • Detects and lists PIDs including unreferenced PIDs16 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 17. Full IP Infrastructure … IP is more than a GbE port on a box! • Redundant ASI and/or GbE • TS Rate adaptation with & w/o restamping • SMPTE 2022-2 FEC • VLAN Uplink Station • RTP / UDP • Unicast and Multicast • CIR or Opportunistic data insertion (MPE) • Bandwidth Mgt (QoS)17 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 18. Forward Error Correction (SMPTE-2022) Built-in FEC Decoder enables remote Packet Errors modulator deployment • M6100 IP input corrects errors in the Video incoming stream pro-actively using Headend IP SMPTE2022-1/2 (ProMPEG COP3) • This capability allows safe remotely deployment of modulators connected over Media Packets IP to the video headend FEC • Supports L(row) and D(column) sizes up P1 P2 P3 P3 P1L R1 to 20 FEC P21 P22 P23 P23 P2L R2 • Row FEC corrects sporadic errors P31 P32 P33 P33 P3L FEC Row FEC • Column FEC corrects bursts of errors R3 • The M6100 corrects the error, and then removes the FEC overhead prior to FEC PD1 PD2 PD3 PD4 PDL D transmission • Reports the error count and number of FEC FEC FEC FEC FEC C1 C2 C3 C4 L corrected errors Column FEC • No new HW required - supported as a SW license option18 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 19. Data transport via Multi-Protocol Encapsulation (MPE) Demodulator or M6100 Broadcast Satellite Modulator Integrated Receiver Decoder (IRD) Video TS Video TS (ASI or GbE) (ASI or GbE) Data Data (GbE) MPE MPE (GbE) Encapsulation Decapsulation Video Packet Null Packet Data Packet Key Benefits • Compact and easy to manage, functionality is built into the modulator • Eliminates the cost and maintenance of a standalone MPE encapsulator • Works with any MPE capable receiver or IRD • Optimal usage of available bandwidth using opportunistic data insertion • Alternative to DualFlow® • DVB-S2 and DVB-S compatible19 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 20. MPE versus DualFlow® • Both Multi-Protocol Encapsulation and DualFlow® are technologies to transport data and video in a single carrier • However, there are clear differences in underlying technology which impacts the interoperability between modulator and receivers Technology MPE DualFlow® DVB Standard DVB-S/S2/DSNG DVB-S2 Multistream (Requires 2 ISI’s) Number of carriers 1 1 Transport container IP data in MPEG Video IP (XPE) Data in DVB-S2 Transport Stream (data is a baseband frames PID in the TS) Bandwidth efficiency Good Better Interop with receivers • Professional DVB DVB-S2 Multistream demodulators capable professional • Any IRD supporting MPE receivers only20 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 21. M6100 – Brilliant by Design Comprehensive Ergonomic Status, Control and Alarms navigation Status LED´s : USB Port (Future) Direct Access Soft Buttons Active Alarm, Non pending alarm, Test signal on, Control and Management Transmit on, Input present Redundant IP inputs* Ref In Auto Neg & linkstatus RS232 L-Band Monitor Video and data Craft AC PSU IF Output* Redundant ASI inputs* GPIO Auto100-240VAC 50-180 MHz Dual Monitoring ASI outputs* Alarm High output +10dBm L-Band Output* 950-2150 MHz Redundant Management ports Ref Out* Switchable 10MHz SNMP, Web interface, CLI High output +7dBm * Option21 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 22. M6100 GUI – Never has control been so intuitive22 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 23. AZ202/AZ203/AZ212 - Redundancy Switch AZ202/AZ212 Redundancy Switch AZ203 Extension Unit Highest system reliability, Easy to install and configure Shortest switch-over times • Copy configs across • Switching occurs even if network elements NMS/EMS is down • Operator stays in full control • Automatic config learning from • Enable / disable devices reference device • Automatic Switch Back Easy to use and control • GUI with synoptic view Cost effective 1+1 up to 16+1 • M&C via SNMP configurations • One chassis supports ASI, IF, Supported Devices L-Band and RF (C/Ku) switches • AZ110, AZ910, AZ410, EL17x, • IP logical switching EL47x, EL97x • M6100 will be supported through SW upgrade23 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 24. AZ202/AZ203 - Redundancy Switch Typical Operation – 1+1 Satellite Modulator Main modulator ASI IN SNMP TX out (IF, L-Band, RF) Service restoration NMS, GUI in less than 1 second* Backup modulator M&C Alarm Cable Cable AZ202 Universal Switching System Alarm Triggers Switchover Controls  Input Source Failure  Automatic or manual switch-over and restore  Equipment malfunction (power, T°)  User-Configurable  Manual override via frontpanel or mgt port (enable/disable/debounce)  Alarms communicated via I/O and  Automated settings copy/paste Ethernet (future) * Typical Values24 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 25. AZ202/AZ203 - Redundancy Switch IP modem 1 Typical Operation – N+1 IF Out 1 Satellite Modem IP modem 2 RF Interface IP Interface IP modem 3 IF Out 3 IP modem 4 IF Out 4 Spare IP modem Optimized Switch-over time Cost Effective  AZ202 automatically learns equipment Logical IP switching on the modulators configurations before any failure occurs results in fewer switching components  Option to select a Reference Device Up to 4 switching modules per RU configuration that will be pre-stored on the spare device Less racking and stacking25 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 26. The Frequency Converter Family AZ710 Synthesized IF AZ720 Synthesized L-Band to L-Band Upconverter to IF Downconverter Optional C, Ku, DBS Upconverter AZ730 Synthesized IF AZ740 Dual input to L-Band Up and L-band to C, Ku, DBS Block Downconverter Upconverter Optional C, Ku, DBS upconverter Frequency converters are supported by the AZ2xx AZ750 4-8 input L-band family of 1+1 and N+1 Active Combiner redundancy switches26 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 27. Care Pack Services Package Software Upgrades Service Enhanced27 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 28. More info on : www.NewtecM6100.com28 © Newtec Cy nv – All Rights Reserved. Newtec confidential and proprietary information
  • 29. Thank you Steven Soenens – ssoe@newtec.euBroadband SystemsProfessional EquipmentIP Software