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The Halo Network
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  • 1. The HALO Network
  • 2. Introduction
    The markets of broadband, wireless, and multimedia network services are growing rapidly. The challenges are
    • Quality infrastructure that can be deployed quickly and economically.
  • Introduction
    The markets of broadband, wireless, and multimedia network services are growing rapidly. The challenges are
    • Quality infrastructure that can be deployed quickly and economically.
    • 3. Services must be delivered to businesses and consumers, the end users of the network, at affordable prices.
  • Introduction
    The markets of broadband, wireless, and multimedia network services are growing rapidly. The challenges are
    • Quality infrastructure that can be deployed quickly and economically.
    • 4. Services must be delivered to businesses and consumers, the end users of the network, at affordable prices.
    • 5. The information bandwidth must be capable to respond dynamically to the needs of the end user.
  • The HALO Network
    • It stands for High Altitude Long Operation NetworkTM.
  • The HALO Network
    • It stands for High Altitude Long Operation NetworkTM.
    • 6. It is a broadband wireless metropolitan area network with a star topology.
  • The HALO Network
    • It stands for High Altitude Long Operation NetworkTM.
    • 7. It is a broadband wireless metropolitan area network with a star topology.
    • 8. The solitary hub is located in a HALO aircraft also known as the High Altitude Aeronautical Platform Station(HAAPS) operating at an altitude higher than commercial airline traffic and adverse weather.
  • The HALO Network
    • It stands for High Altitude Long Operation NetworkTM.
    • 9. It is a broadband wireless metropolitan area network with a star topology.
    • 10. The solitary hub is located in a HALO aircraft also known as the High Altitude Aeronautical Platform Station(HAAPS) operating at an altitude higher than commercial airline traffic and adverse weather.
    • 11. It is located at an altitude miles above terrestrial wireless, but hundreds to thousands of miles below satellite networks.
  • 12. Architecture
  • 13. HALO Aircraft
    • Powered by two fan jet engines.
    • 14. Fly for 8 hours shift at 16KM height.
    • 15. Houses the communication equipments.
    • 16. Covers an area of 100KM.
  • Onboard Network Hub
    • Carried in a large pod suspended from the underbelly of the fuselage.
    • 17. Houses the antenna array which creates hundreds of contiguous virtual cells on the ground to serve thousands of users.
  • Subscriber Terminals
    • Broadband facilities are provided through
    Customer Premise Equipment(CPE) to home and small offices.
    Business Premise Equipment(BPE) for business purposes.
    • It can also be connected with non-HALO networks like ATM networks, ISPs, etc.
  • 18. Advantages
  • 19. Rapid Buildout
    A HALO Network can be put into operation within weeks. Upon network activation, it provides service to the full super metropolitan area.
  • 20. High Signal Quality and Availability
    At frequencies above 20 GHz, where wireless broadband services are being licensed, high losses of signals are caused by ground terrain, foliage and rain. The high viewing angles to HALO aircraft (20 degrees or greater) assure signal paths free of absorbing objects. The combination of a large aperture and high signal power utilized by the HALO Network allows service availability in regions with high rainfall rates.
  • 21. High Bandwidth
    The initial capacity of the network will be on the scale of 10 Gb/s, with growth beyond 100 Gb/s. This enables services including but not limited to T1 access, ISDN access, Web browsing, high-resolution videoconferencing, large file transfers, offsite training and Ethernet LAN bridging.
  • 22. Low Cost
    Negligible ground infrastructure, coupled with a large footprint and multi-megabit-per-second data rates make it extremely competitive on a $/bit/square mile basis.
  • 23. Advantages Over Terrestrial Networks
    • Does not require complex geometries involving many base stations interlinked by cabling or microwaves.
    • Unlike terrestrial networks, reengineering of the entire satellite network may not be required to increase the system capacity.
    • Unlike terrestrial networks, reengineering of the entire satellite network may not be required to increase the system capacity.
    • 24. High look angle preventing signal fading.
  • Advantages Over Satellite Networks
    • Satellite networks require more expensive terminals with high power to achieve the same data rates possible through the HALO Network.
  • Advantages Over Satellite Networks
    • Satellite networks require more expensive terminals with high power to achieve the same data rates possible through the HALO Network.
    • 25. The capacity of a satellite network can be increased only by adding more satellites, which is very expensive.
  • Advantages Over Satellite Networks
    • Satellite networks require more expensive terminals with high power to achieve the same data rates possible through the HALO Network.
    • 26. The capacity of a satellite network can be increased only by adding more satellites, which is very expensive.
    • 27. Unlike satellite systems, which are multi-billion dollar investments, the HALO Network can be financed one market at a time, which makes it more suitable for developing countries.
    • The HALO aircraft is 10 to 1,000 times closer to the user than a satellite, with 10 times the available electrical power. Consequently, the HALO Network can allocate significant capacity directly to densely populated regions.
    • The HALO aircraft is 10 to 1,000 times closer to the user than a satellite, with 10 times the available electrical power. Consequently, the HALO Network can allocate significant capacity directly to densely populated regions.
    • 28. The central node, can be routinely serviced for optimal performance, and be steadily enhanced with emerging technologies.
  • Conclusion
    The HALO network has already been deployed in certain parts of USA by Angel Technologies Inc.

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