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Presented by Steven Soenens at NAB 2013, this presentation deals with the latest changes in the standardization of satellite communication technology and the effects on the satcom industry. …

Presented by Steven Soenens at NAB 2013, this presentation deals with the latest changes in the standardization of satellite communication technology and the effects on the satcom industry.

In this presentation you find:

- what DVB-S2 Extensions are about,
- the outcome of real tests of the new technology,
- survey results of a world-wide industry survey conducted by Newtec (with >700 participants from > 400 companies),
- migration scenarios of today’s contribution and distribution networks, to the new generation satcom DVB-S2 technology

For more info: http://www.newtec.eu/technology/s2-extensions

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  • 1. Shaping the Future ofSatellite CommunicationsNAB, April 8, 2013Session andPanel DiscussionARE YOU READYFOR A NEW DVBSTANDARD?SessionS2 Extensions DemystifiedIndustry SurveyUse CasesPanel Discussion“How broadcasters Look atFuture Network Technologies”
  • 2. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIEDOur Industry Is in(R)Evolution• Technology• Industry Survey• Use Cases
  • 3. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIED1. New Spectral Shape• Clean Channel Technology2. New MODCODs• Higher Granularity• More Efficient3. Higher Modulation• 64APSK and beyond0.401.402.403.404.405.406.40-3-2-1012345678910111213141516171819Shannon LimitS2 ExtensionsDVB-S2DVB-SCloser to theShannon limit 64APSK+37%+27%Spectral Efficiency(bps/Hz)C/NEfficiency Gains up to 37%
  • 4. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIEDEfficiency GainsS2 Extensions versusDVB-S2 RO 20%0123456-5 0 5 10 15 20Rawefficiency(bps/HzallocatedBW)CNR in allocated BW [=Rs x (1+RO)] in (dB)RawefficiencyDVB-S2Rawefficiency S2Extensions
  • 5. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIEDEfficiency Gainsdepend on the linkbudgetS2 Extensions versusDVB-S2 RO 20%-20.0%-10.0%0.0%10.0%20.0%30.0%40.0%0123456-5 0 5 10 15 20PercentageimprovementRawefficiency(bps/HzallocatedBW)CNR in allocated BW [=Rs x (1+RO)] in (dB)RawefficiencyDVB-S2Rawefficiency S2Extensions%improvementover S20%Newtec’s new Link Calculatoron www.newtec.eu
  • 6. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIEDClean ChannelTechnology™• RO 5% - 10% - 15%• Spectral Shape• MER > 42 dB• Avoids interferences• Small Roll-OffsLow Roll-Off: 5/10/15% Optimal CarrierSpacingShared TransponderSupportBackwards compatible withmany professional IRD’s
  • 7. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIEDHigh granularity• Small quantization• Improved ACMOptimized MODCODS• Other than DVB-S2• Linear vs Non-Linear• QPSK: 1/2, 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6, 8/9, 9/10;• 8PSK: 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 8/9, 9/10;• 16APSK: 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6, 8/9, 9/10;• 32APSK: 3/4, 4/5, 5/6, 8/9, 9/10Non-Linear MODCODs:• QPSK: 45/180, 60/180, 72/180, 80/180, 90/180, 100/180, 108/180, 114/180,120/180, 126/180, 135/180, 144/180, 150/180, 160/180, 162/180• 8PSK: 80/180, 90/180, 100/180, 108/180, 114/180, 120/180, 126/180, 135/180,144/180, 150/180• 16APSK: 80/180, 90/180, 100/180, 108/180, 114/180, 120/180, 126/180, 135/180,144/180, 150/180, 160/180, 162/180• 32APSK:100/180, 108/180, 114/180, 120/180, 126/180, 135/180, 144/180, 150/180,160/180, 162/180• 64APSK: 90/180, 100/180, 108/180, 114/180, 120/180, 126/180, 135/180, 144/180,150/180, 160/180, 162/180Linear MODCODs:• 8PSK-L: 80/180, 90/180, 100/180, 108/180, 114/180, 120/180• 16APSK-L: 80/180, 190/180, 100/180, 108/180, 114/180, 120/180, 126/180, 135/180,144/180, 150/180, 160/180, 162/180• 64APSK-L: 90/180, 100/180, 108/180, 114/180, 120/180, 126/180, 135/180, 144/180,6150/180, 160/180, 162/180DVB-S2S2Extensions(87MODCODs)Non backwards compatibleMODCOD & framing
  • 8. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIEDNewtec’sIndustry Survey• 650+ Responses• 400+ Companies• Broadcasters• Government and Defense• Integrators – System Houses• Satellite Operators• Service Providershttp://newproducts.newtec.eu/s2-extensions Newtec copyright ©
  • 9. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIEDWhy Standards?Create anECO-SystemReduce Barrierfor EntryEconomy ofScale Avoid VendorLock-inQuality ofProductsInteroperability
  • 10. “How Important AreStandards ?”98% regards standards as (very) important40%35%15%8%2%Very Important. All my applications arebased on DVB standardsImportant because it drives down thecosts of equipment, development andsatellite bandwidthImportant because interoperability is keyin our servicesImportant because I need to be able toselect multiple vendors in my networkNot important. All my applications arebased on proprietary standardsS2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIEDNewtec copyright ©
  • 11. How Important Are Standards? – Per Region29%36%47%50%42% 43%43%33%29%19%30%44%21%10%13% 13%17%8%3%19%8%19%8%5%5%2% 3%0%2%0%00%10%20%30%40%50%60%North America Latin America Middle East Africa Europe Asia-PacificVery Important. All my applications are based on DVB standardsImportant because it drives down the costs of equipment, development and satellite bandwidthImportant because interoperability is key in our servicesImportant because I need to be able to select multiple vendors in my networkNot important. All my applications are based on proprietary standardsNewtec copyright ©
  • 12. How Important Are Standards? – Per Market SegmentVery Important. All my applications are based on DVB standardsImportant because it drives down the costs of equipment, development and satellite bandwidthImportant because interoperability is key in our servicesImportant because I need to be able to select multiple vendors in my networkNot important. All my applications are based on proprietary standards55%19%37%44%38%26%39%36%35%37%15%31%17%10%12%5%8% 7%10% 9%0%3% 2% 1%4%00%10%20%30%40%50%60%Broadcaster Government and Defence Integrator-System House Satellite Operator Service ProviderNewtec copyright ©
  • 13. THE INDUSTRY WILLMASSIVELY CHOOSE FOROPEN STANDARDSDVB-S DVB-S2 DVB-Sx DVB-CID
  • 14. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIED“Within what TimeframeWill You Switch to theNew Standard?”One out of two will switch within 1 year26%25%14%33%2%As soon as the new DVB standardbecomes available6 months to 1 year after release of thenew DVB standard1 to 2 years after release of the DVBstandardsOnly as soon as the new DVB-standard becomes widely acceptedwithin my marketWill not adapt to new DVB standardsNewtec copyright ©
  • 15. Switch in What Time Frame? – Per RegionAs soon as the new DVB standard becomes available6 months to 1 year after release of the new DVB standard1 to 2 years after release of the DVB standardsOnly as soon as the new DVB-standard becomes widely accepted within my marketWill not adapt to new DVB standards23%26%24%44%29%25%18%33%28%25% 27%22%20%10% 11%13% 11%19%35%31%35%19%33% 32%5%0%3%0% 1% 2%00%05%10%15%20%25%30%35%40%45%50%North America Latin America Middle East Africa Europe Asia-PacificNewtec copyright ©
  • 16. Switch in What Time Frame? – Per Market SegmentAs soon as the new DVB standard becomes available6 months to 1 year after release of the new DVB standard1 to 2 years after release of the DVB standardsOnly as soon as the new DVB-standard becomes widely accepted within my marketWill not adapt to new DVB standards24%22%32%39%22%26%11%26%20%28%13%31%12% 11%13%37%33%28% 29%34%0%3% 3%1%2%00%05%10%15%20%25%30%35%40%45%Broadcaster Government and Defence Integrator-System House Satellite Operator Service ProviderNewtec copyright ©
  • 17. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIED“How Much EfficiencyImprovement Would ItTake to Switch to S2-Extensions?”62% switches to S2 Extensions if it offers at least15-20% efficiency improvement7%14%41%28%10%5%10%15-20%25%-30%moreNewtec copyright ©
  • 18. Switch at What Efficiency Level? – Per Market Segment5% More Efficient10% More Efficient15-20% More Efficient25%-30% More EfficientMore than 30%1%8%11%6%4%8%11% 11%13%19%45%50%42%46%38%34%25%28% 29%23%12%6%8%6%15%00%10%20%30%40%50%60%Broadcaster Government and Defence Integrator-System House Satellite Operator Service ProviderNewtec copyright ©
  • 19. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIED“How Long Will theSpectral Efficiency Racestill Continue?”1 out of 2 thinks that the efficiency race willcontinue as long as satellite exists48%7%12%5%28%The race will continue as long assatellite industry existsThe race will lead into breakingthrough Shannon limit (*) andcontinue further onThe race will end when the Shannonlimit (*) is reachedThe race will end when efficiencyreaches the correct level need for theapplicationThe race will end when theinvestment in efficiency will notresult in a decent return-on-investmentNewtec copyright ©
  • 20. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIED“What Will Your CompanyDo with Extra BandwidthObtained by S2 -Extensions Efficiency?”80% will increase throughput in same bandwidth40%13%7%15%5%20%Increase throughput in the samebandwidthPerform OPEX Savings by cuttingbandwidthEnable Higher Service LevelAgreementsAdd more TV and radio channels tothe available bandwidthIncrease quality of TV channelsinside the available bandwidthAdd more services/customers to theavailable bandwidthNewtec copyright ©
  • 21. What to Do with Extra Bandwidth– Per Market SegmentIncrease throughput in the same bandwidthPerform OPEX Savings by cutting bandwidthEnable Higher Service Level AgreementsAdd more TV and radio channels to the available bandwidthIncrease quality of TV channels inside the available bandwidthAdd more services/customers to the available bandwidth26%47%42%45%38%14%11%13%5%18%5%11%5%7% 7%34%08%14%11%10%15%6% 6%4%1%7%17%20%28%26%00%05%10%15%20%25%30%35%40%45%50%Broadcaster Government and Defence Integrator-System House Satellite Operator Service ProviderNewtec copyright ©
  • 22. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIED00% 05% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30%CAPEXInteroperabilityReceiver/STB/Modem CompatabilityBackward CompatabilityOPEXAdoption RateNon Standard Variations to S2 ExtReliabilityNeed for InnovationAvailabilityPerformanceOthers“Biggest Concerns whenNew Standard WillLaunched?”Newtec copyright ©65% is concerned with Interoperability & Upgrades
  • 23. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIEDMitigating ConcernsIndustry Observations that Tackle these Concerns:1. Newtec’s Clean Channel Technology™ interoperates withmany existing IRD’s2. Newtec’s S2 Extensions Demod can be placed before set ofwith IRDs using ASI/GBE or trans-modulation3. Newtec’s latest generation products can be softwareupgraded to S2 Extensions and DVB-Sx4. Newtec partners with many stakeholders in the industryfor interoperability5. The new standard will facilitate cost-effective chipdevelopmentNewtec copyright ©
  • 24. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIEDContent ContributionUse CaseIncreasedGranularity1-72 MHz 1-72 MHzTX: DVB-S2 RX: DVB-S2M6100Broadcast Satellite ModulatorMDM6100Broadcast Satellite ModemIRD supporting small ROSNG Van StudioUse DVB-S2 IRD’s or DemodsSupporting Small RO’sMDM6100Broadcast Satellite ModemDecodersContent IngestVideo Compression
  • 25. CONTRIBUTION USE-CASE25Increase Bitrate by almost 15% using Higher Power DensityCarriers Throughput Total Configuration C/NA 14 7.072 Mbps 99.000 Mbps 2.143MB, 16APSK 5/6, 20% RO 12.1 dBB 16 7.072 Mbps 113.000 Mbps 2,143 MB, 16APSK 5/6, 5% RO 12,1 dBCarriers Throughput Total Configuration C/NC 14 7.072 Mbps 99.000 Mbps 2.143 MB, 16APSK 5/6, 20% RO 12.1 dBD 16 6.784 Mbps 108.544 Mbps 2.143 MB, 16APSK 4/5, 5% RO 11,5 dBIncrease Bitrate by almost 10% using Equivalent Power DensityCarrier Spacing with CleanChannel Technology™Rented CapacityTransponderCarrier Spacing with CleanChannel Technology™Rented CapacityTransponderCarriers from anotheroperatorCarriers from anotheroperatorGainCarrier Spacing with CleanChannel Technology™Rented CapacityTransponderCarrier Spacing with CleanChannel Technology™Rented CapacityTransponderCarriers from anotheroperatorCarriers from anotheroperatorGainCarrier Spacing with CleanChannel Technology™Rented CapacityTransponderCarrier Spacing with CleanChannel Technology™Rented CapacityTransponderCarriers from anotheroperatorCarriers from anotheroperatorGainCarrier Spacing with CleanChannel Technology™Rented CapacityTransponderCarrier Spacing with CleanChannel Technology™Rented CapacityTransponderCarriers from anotheroperatorCarriers from anotheroperatorGainAssumption• Demodulators operate @ 5% RO
  • 26. HEVCMobileHEVCBroadcastDASHCY13 CY14 CY15CY12 CY16EVER MORE HD CONTENT AND THE PULL TOWARDS UHDTV WILLPUSH FOR THE TRANSITION TO S2 EXTENSIONSHEVCHW DecHEVC Settop & IRDSatellite Market DisruptionCY13 CY14 CY15CY12DVBRFCIDDVBS2 ExtStart S2Repl.CycleCY16NITCIDConsumptionUHDTVDisplaysCY13 CY14 CY15CY12MoreUHDTVDisplaysCY16HEVCS2EXTENSIONSUHDTVUHDTVSW Dec
  • 27. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIEDContent Distribution toHeadends and TowersIncreasedGranularity36 MHzTX: DVB-S2M6100Broadcast Satellite ModulatorProfessional IRD’sMulti DecryptorReceiversReceiver / TranscodersUse Existing DVB-S2 IRD’sTypically Support RO’s < 20%Uplink HeadendBroadcast Uplink Video Headend
  • 28. DISTRIBUTION TO HEADENDS AND TOWERSThroughput Configuration Link margin AvailabilityA 48.8 Mbps 27.1 Mbaud, 8PSK 3/5, 35% 4.95 dB 99.991%B 51.8 Mbps 28.8 Mbaud, 8PSK 3/5, 25% 4,60 dB 99.990%C 52.2 Mbps 31.3 Mbaud, QPSK 5/6, 15% 4,97 dB 99.991%Throughput Configuration Link margin AvailabilityD 49.5 Mbps 27.5 Mbaud, 8PSK 3/5, 35% 4.89 dB 99.300%E 50.0 Mbps 30.0 Mbaud, QPSK 5/6, 20% 5,14 dB 99.600%Assumptions• Tested receivers do not suffer from link degradation using 15% RO• Receiver can handle increased baudrates and bitratesIncrease Bitrate by almost 7% without Loss of QoSReduce Downtime by 43% without Loss of Throughput
  • 29. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIEDTX: DVB-S2M6100Broadcast SatelliteModulatorUse S2 Extensions capableDemodulatorsTX: S2ExtensionsMultistreamEqualinkProfessional IRD’sMulti DecryptorReceiversReceiver / TranscodersUplink HeadendBroadcast Uplink Video HeadendMDM6100Broadcast Satellite ModemASIGbEDVB-SDVB-S2XDistribution to Headendsand Towers• S2 Extensions• Multistream• Equalink®• Transmodulation
  • 30. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIEDTX: DVB-S2M6100Broadcast SatelliteModulatorTX: S2ExtensionsMultistreamEqualinkProfessional IRD’sMulti DecryptorReceiversReceiver / TranscodersUplink HeadendBroadcast Uplink Video HeadendMDM6100Broadcast Satellite ModemASIGbEDVB-SDVB-S2Primary Distribution toHeadends and Towers• Preserve CAPEX• No Operational changes• Video upgradesindependent ofTransmission technology• Small step towardsinteractive distribution
  • 31. 36 MHz 36 MHzCarrier 1DVB-SCarrier 2DVB-SStarting from 2 Transport Streams in one 72 MHz TransponderThroughput Configuration IBO/OBO Availability2*42 Mbit/s(84Mbit/s)2 DVB-S 36MHz Carriers27.5 Mbaud, QPSK 5/6, 25%4.8dB/3dB 99.9%Add one additional TS enabled by S2 Extensions, Equalink, 72MHz & MultistreamThroughput Configuration IBO/OBO Availability3*42Mbit/s(126 Mbit/s)Multistream Carrier with S2 Ext68,5 MBaud 8PSK 114/180, 10%1,5dB/0.6dB 99.9%72 MHzPRIMARY DISTRIBUTION TO HEADENDS AND TOWERSZone Beam Europe (W3A)S2EXTENSIONS
  • 32. 54 MHzCarrier 1DVB-SStarting from 45MBaud on 72MHz Trp (Compatible with Professional IRDs)Throughput Configuration69 Mbit/s DVB-S, limited by downlink power/Hz45 Mbaud, QPSK 5/6, 20%Double Video Capacity using S2 Extensions, Equalink, 72MHz and MultistreamThroughput Configuration144,5 Mbit/s S2 Extensions70MBaud, 8PSK 126/180, 5%72 MHzPRIMARY DISTRIBUTION TO HEADENDS AND TOWERSHemi Beam (IS-805)S2EXTENSIONS
  • 33. 36 MHzCombine two Transport Streams into a Single CarrierThroughput Configuration44.4 Mbit/s DVB-S 36MHz27.5 Mbaud, QPSK 7/8, 35%PRIMARY DISTRIBUTION TO HEADENDS AND TOWERS36 MHz36 MHzThroughput Configuration65 Mbit/s DVB-S2 36MHz30.0 Mbaud, 8PSK 3/4, 20%Throughput Configuration89 Mbit/s S2 Extensions 36MHz34.0 Mbaud, 16APSK 120/180, 10%S2EXTENSIONS+ 1,5 dB gainswitching tonewtransponder
  • 34. Newtec proprietary – Internal use onlyWebinar NAB 2013M6100, MDM6100Broadcast Modulator, Modem, Demodulator, Trans-ModulatorMDM6000, HUB6000 Satellite Modem and HubS2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIEDNewtec’s PortfolioNewtec Delivers High EfficientSatellite Transport Solutions
  • 35. • 506 Mbps over a single 72MHzC-band transponder• 372 Mbps over a 72MHz Ku-band transponder• 310 Mbps over single 36 MHzKu band transponder• 2x 380Mbps on the NewtecMDM6000 Modem
  • 36. Shaping the Future ofSatellite CommunicationsNAB, April 8, 2013Session andPanel DiscussionARE YOU READYFOR A NEW DVBSTANDARD?SessionS2 Extensions DemystifiedIndustry SurveyUse CasesPanel Discussion“How broadcasters Look atFuture Network Technologies”