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Technical Proposal - IPTV - Solution Design
Technical Proposal - IPTV - Solution Design
Technical Proposal - IPTV - Solution Design
Technical Proposal - IPTV - Solution Design
Technical Proposal - IPTV - Solution Design
Technical Proposal - IPTV - Solution Design
Technical Proposal - IPTV - Solution Design
Technical Proposal - IPTV - Solution Design
Technical Proposal - IPTV - Solution Design
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  • 1. Site 6 - Prototype 3 KAP 2 – King Abdullah ProjectTechnical Proposal – Revision 2.02 Section: IPTV Solution Document author: Wael Ghazzawi Revision date: December 01, 2011 1
  • 2. Site 6 - Prototype 3Table of Contents Introduction ............................................................................................................................................ 3 Single Line Diagram ................................................................................................................................ 4 Bill of Quantities ..................................................................................................................................... 5 Channel Frequency Distribution ............................................................................................................ 6 Functional Specifications ....................................................................................................................... 8 Component Specifications ..................................................................................................................... 9 Power Load and Heat Dissipation ........................................................................................................ 11 Appendix............................................................................................................................................... 12 A. Specification Sheet - VIP1003 HD IP Video Set-top B. Data Sheet – IPTV Entreprise C. Hospitality Product – Toucan 100 D. Hospitality Product – Flamingo 660S E. Televes – MultiSwitch F. Triax – Satellite dishes & LNBs G. Dell – IPTV Server R710 Power Edge H. HP – IP Switch A5800 2
  • 3. Site 6 - Prototype 3Introduction This Technical Submittal details the proposed Anevia-Motorola-Triax-Televes IPTV Solution designed to be deployed in PROTOTYPE 3 (Site 6), “Soldiers Institute in King Fahad Security College” subject to the initial riser diagram with: Reference number: “S0557-ED-E-GEN-00-09.dwg” Titled: “King Fahad Security College in Riyadh Educational Building” Consultant: “Dar al-handasah” File Description: The riser diagram reflects a basic deployment scenario where 3 dish (each having a Quatro LNB) units collect and stream the feed from 3 different satellite each dish will have 4 output ports (Vertical Low, Vertical High, Horizontal Low, Horizontal High) which in turn are connected (using RG11 cables) to specific ports on the Combiner/amplifier (also known as a Multi-Switch) this device will combine the feed from the 3 LNBs and make them available on each of the multiplexers output ports. The Dish Farm will be placed on the roof; with the multi-switch located at the Low current room as specified, RG11 cables will be used to connect the output ports of the multiplexer and the MTR room provided that the cable routing does not exceed the specified maximum run length based on the cables Datasheet otherwise repeaters might be required. The Encoder/Streamer will take as input the output RG11 cables from the multi-switch, at this point the network will change from analogue to IP and the remainder of the hardware will communicate over the same switch (i.e. the encoder, video server, video storage will be connected using RG-45 cables). The Encoder, VOD, and subsequent middle-ware server are located in the MTR. Finally the Set-Top-Box (STB) is located at each terminal specified for IPTV use (130 IPTV points). 3
  • 4. Site 6 - Prototype 3Single Line Diagram The Following Diagram provides a high detail equivalent Riser diagram (subject to the project riser drawing: “S0557-ED-E-GEN-00-09.dwg”) with special emphases on showing the exact models constituting each stage of the design. 4
  • 5. Site 6 - Prototype 3Bill of Quantities The tables below provide a quantitative list of the required components/Sub-components, to achieve the required performance criteria as set forth in the project specifications and in alignment with the notes provided by the consultant on the approved drawings.Line # General D. Vendor P# Material ID Description ∑ Qty 1. Satellite Dish Triax 69.1 TD 110 Dish 110cm 3 LNB Quattro - TQT 005 Triax 70.2 304424 3 Universal Q-LNB RG 11 Type 60% Braid Plenum Video Coaxial Systimax 70.3 2285K - Cable, cream jacket, 1000 ft (305 m) reel Televes 70.1 7345 17x17x16 Multi-switch 1 KVM Drawers with Switch | Austin Hughes 70.4 RKP 115 1 15" Octopus v5.0 MW Server Octopus 70.5 - 1 for Exterity platform - Electronic Program Guide 1 Octopus 70.6 Video On Demand - 1 Application 2. Head-End - - Supermicro 1 Maintenance on - - 1 Supermicro - - Toucan Base 1 Maintenance on Toucan - - 1 Base Anevia VOD - - Toucan -1 ingest 4 Maintenance on Toucan 1 - - 4 ingest - - Toucan -10 streams 6 Maintenance on Toucan 10 - - 6 Streams - - 4 x 1 TB hard drives 1 Flamingo 660S Encoder/IP-Streamer 1 3. Encoder Anevia 68.1 Maintenance on Software 1 Flamingo 660S 4. Servers Dell - PowerEdge R710 Middleware Server 1 HP 67.1 JC100A HP A5800-24G Switch 1 5. Switches HP X130 10G SFP+ LC SR HP 67.2 JD092B 2 Transceiver Satellite 6. Motorola - VIP1003 IP SET TOP BOX - HDTV 130 receiver 5
  • 6. Site 6 - Prototype 3Channel Frequency Distribution The table below reflects the recommended channels and their subsequent frequencies that are best suited for use in the deployment of SITE 6 (Soldiers Institute in King Fahad Security College).N# Channel Name Genre Frequency Satellite Language1. Huda TV Religious 4,176 MHz (1) Arabsat-5A Arabic2. Iqraa Religious 4,176 MHz (1) Arabsat-5A Arabic3. Saudi 1 National Public Channel 4,176 MHz (1) Arabsat-5A Arabic4. Saudi 2 National Public Channel 4,176 MHz (1) Arabsat-5A English5. Saudi Sport-1 Sport 4,176 MHz (1) Arabsat-5A Arabic6. Al Jazeera News 11,996 MHz (2) BADR-4 Arabic7. Al Mustakillah News 11,996 MHz (2) BADR-4 Arabic8. BBC Arabic News 11,996 MHz (2) BADR-4 Arabic9. CNBC Arabiya News 11,996 MHz (2) BADR-4 Arabic10. France 24 (in Arabic) News 11,996 MHz (2) BADR-4 Arabic11. France 24 (in English) News 11,996 MHz (2) BADR-4 English12. France 24 (en Francais) News 11,996 MHz (2) BADR-4 French13. Russiya Al-Yaum News 11,996 MHz (2) BADR-4 Arabic14. Al Arabiya News 11,919 MHz (3) BADR-4 Arabic15. MBC Action Movies & Series 11,919 MHz (3) BADR-4 English16. MBC Drama Movies & Series 11,919 MHz (3) BADR-4 Arabic17. MBC Max Movies & Series 11,919 MHz (3) BADR-4 English18. MBC2 Movies & Series 11,919 MHz (3) BADR-4 English19. MBC4 Movies & Series 11,919 MHz (3) BADR-4 English20. JSC Sports +1 Sport 12,341 MHz (4) BADR-6 Arabic21. JSC Sports +2 Sport 12,341 MHz (4) BADR-6 Arabic22. JSC Sports +3 Sport 12,341 MHz (4) BADR-6 Arabic23. JSC Sports +4 Sport 12,341 MHz (4) BADR-6 Arabic24. JSC Sports +5 Sport 12,341 MHz (4) BADR-6 Arabic25. JSC Sports +6 Sport 12,341 MHz (4) BADR-6 Arabic26. JSC Sports +7 Sport 12,341 MHz (4) BADR-6 Arabic27. JSC Sports +8 Sport 12,341 MHz (4) BADR-6 Arabic28. JSC Sports +9 Sport 12,341 MHz (4) BADR-6 Arabic29. JSC Sports +10 Sport 12,341 MHz (4) BADR-6 Arabic30. JSC World Cup Sport 12,341 MHz (4) BADR-6 Arabic 6
  • 7. Site 6 - Prototype 3Channel Frequency Distribution (continued) The table below reflects the recommended channels and their subsequent frequencies that are best suited for use in the deployment of SITE 6 (Soldiers Institute in King Fahad Security College).N# Channel Name Genre Frequency Satellite Language31. Al Ekhbariah News & Business 12,015 MHz (5) BADR-4 Arabic32. Al Eqtisadiah News & Business 12,015 MHz (5) BADR-4 Arabic33. Althaqafiah News & Business 12,015 MHz (5) BADR-4 Arabic34. Saudi Quran Religious 12,015 MHz (5) BADR-4 Arabic35. Saudi Sunnah Religious 12,015 MHz (5) BADR-4 Arabic36. Saudi Sport Sport 12,015 MHz (5) BADR-4 Arabic37. Al Kass Sport 12,034 MHz (6) BADR-4 Arabic38. JSC News & Business 12,034 MHz (6) BADR-4 Arabic39. JSC Documentary Documentary 12,034 MHz (6) BADR-4 Arabic40. JSC English News & Business 12,034 MHz (6) BADR-4 English41. JSC Mubasher News & Business 12,034 MHz (6) BADR-4 Arabic42. JSC Sports Sport 12,034 MHz (6) BADR-4 Arabic Note 1: The Channels stated above reflected the best suited channels of (BADR-4, BADR-5, BADR-6, Arabsat-5A, Hot-Bird 9 @ E, Hot-Bird 8 @ E, Galaxy 19@ W, Arabsat-5 @ E, NSS 7 W, IS8 @ E, Optus 2D @ E ) that are fit for use for the intended purpose of SITE 6 facility. Additional channels can be added upon client request. Note 2: The design is highly flexible and expandable to provide coverage to more satellites and currently offers 6 decryption modules to support 6 frequencies of encrypted channels. 7
  • 8. Site 6 - Prototype 3Functional Specifications In this section the functional capabilities of each component making up the IPTV solution will be discussed, with emphases on the design decisions to maintain the required performance capacity for the system at handling both client feed requests and channel streams. The most important value to be addressed in any IPTV solution design is the data-load generated by the multicast IP streams (representing individual channels) into each branch of an IGMP snooping enabled data network (Diagram 2). First we have to consider that each encoded channel will be converted into a 4Mbps stream as such and as an example 100 channels and 60 VOD streams would be equivalent to data load of 400 + 240 Mbps (640Mbps) which will continuously exist in the data path connecting the IPTV switch –to- Core Switch –to- Distribution Switches. We can conclude that the network should support 1Gbps+ data-rate. Now referring back to the Bill of quantities you can find that the IPTV switch in the MTR is a 10Gbps switch with two redundant 10Gbps fiber links connecting it to the core switch this insures that the switch will support future expansions to the head end with no need for modification. The next big bandwidth demand will exist between the client and the edge distribution switches, where each active user will have a continuous bandwidth demand of 4Mbps thus we can conclude that the total data load for 130 Set-Top-Box will be 520 Mbps which is still a fraction of the capacity for this 10Gbit network edge switches. The Figure above reflects a sample of 3 streams represented by 3 different colors (each stream is one channel for example Al Arabia, Al Jazeera, BBC) the load in the first portion of the network is determined only by the number of channels being pushed from the head-end into the network, the second and more critical portion of the network exists between the edge distribution switch and the client, these switches will have to repeat relevant streams to the active clients as such and at any point in time the switch maximum IPTV data-load can be determined by the number of IPTV terminals multiplied by 4Mbps, the resulting value should not exceed the data load specifications of the switch being used. 8
  • 9. Site 6 - Prototype 3Component Specifications Based on the previous section we will now start discussing our solution components and present a general overview on their performance details. (1) Set-Top-Box: This represents the client TV interface medium that allows the streaming of IPTV multicast content from the head-end streamers over the Data-Network. For this specific deployment we choose the Motorola VIP1003 STB (Flash Memory 64 MB, DRAM 256 MB, Outputs: HDMI HD and Composite SD). Within the values above the most important are the size of the flash memory and DRAM as they can be directly associated with the Quality of Service (continuous uninterrupted stream). Refer to Appendix 1: Specification Sheet - VIP1000 HD IP Video Set-top (2) Middleware Server: This represents a custom server that runs the IPTV backbone services (ex: Redirecting STB requests to the correct Multicast for the desired channel), service integration (ex: providing a single access interface to both the TV channels and VOD), and provides the Client IPTV operational environment (ex: Providing the interface the user will use to change or search for channels). For this deployment we choose the very well tested and widely deployed OCTOPUS middleware server that is highly modular and customizable with wide support for different types of STB or software based clients. Refer to Appendix 2: Data Sheet – IPTV Entreprise (3) Video On Demand: This represents a custom server that hosts a database of videos that can be streamed based on a client request, now it is important to note here that the VOD streams operate in a different manner to the Channel streams as each user will have a dedicated direct stream allowing for pause, rewind and fast forward Usually it is considered that a maximum of 15% of the network users will be demanding a paid video from the VOD (in the case of this specific network this means 19.5 users). For the purpose of this solution we have chosen the Anevia Toucan 100 (i.e. that supports 60 VOD users 61% of the network size). It is as well possible to configure the VOD to stream the data content in a manner similar to Channel streams this means a specific video or ad can be made to loop in a continuous bases on a specific channel. Refer to Appendix 3: Hospitality Product – Toucan 100 (4) Encoder/Streamer: This represents a combined stage hardware that changes the analogue feed of the satellite dish farm to an IP digital stream and encodes it based on the set configuration. For the purpose of this deployment we choose the Anevia Flamingo 660S that supports streaming from 6 different frequencies independent of the satellite signal source. In addition to supporting 6 different decryption cards for paid channels. Expanding the number of supported frequencies is easily achievable by adding an additional streamer with minor configuration to add the order of channels on the middleware. Refer to Appendix 4: Hospitality Product – Flamingo 660S 9
  • 10. Site 6 - Prototype 3Component Specifications (continued) Based on the previous section we will now start discussing our solution components and present a general overview on their performance details. (5) Multi-Switch: This stage of the network that precedes the Encoding/streaming stage has the signal in an analogue form, and as such the main criteria for choosing components are dependent on the provided signal quality, noise ratio, and transition medium quality. Now the Multi-Switch main purpose is combining the analogue feed from multiple satellites and transmitting them over a single RG-11 coaxial cable. For the purpose of this design and based on our experience, the best signal quality has been achieved using the Televes Multi-switch 7345 supporting a maximum of 4 satellite Quatro inputs and providing 12 Multiplexed RG-11 signal output ports for use with the encoding stage. Refer to Appendix 5: Televes – MultiSwitch (6) Mini LNB: For IP Based networks a Quatro LNB is required where the signal is outputted in a 4 frequency spectrum (Vertical High, Vertical Low, Horizontal High, Horizontal Low) allowing the use of a multi-switch to combine different inputs over one output RG-11 Coaxial line. For the purpose of this project we went again with the well tested Triax Quatro LNB 304424. Refer to Appendix 6: Triax – Satellite dishes & LNBs (7) Satellite Dishes: The dish farm on which the LNBs are mounted is made up of 3 dishes as per design requirement. For the purpose of this project we choose the Triax TD 110 (110cm) which is made from highly Refer to Appendix 6: Triax – Satellite dishes & LNBs 10
  • 11. Site 6 - Prototype 3Power Load and Heat Dissipation The following section will present the Power Load ratting of the components making up the above presented IPTV Solution System for the purpose of facilitating electric-design power calculation concerning the power-cable amp-load ratting and UPS ratting required for this section of the MTR. In addition the BTU head dissipation of each component and operational temperature is listed to help determine the best suited HVAC cooling system ratting. OperationalN# Vendor - Model/Device Maximum Power Load Maximum Heat Dissipation Temperature HP - JC100A A5800 0 – 45 degree1. 750 Watt 358 BTU/hr (377.69 kJ/hr) Celsius Dell R710 - PowerEdge 0 – 45 degree2. 870 Watt 2968.6 BTU/hr (3132.04 kJ/hr) Celsius Anevia - Flamingo 660S 0 – 50 degree3. 170 Watt Not-Rated Celsius Anevia - Toucan 100 – Supermicro 0 – 40 degree4. 120 Watt Not-Rated Celsius Note: To achieve the highest performance the room temperature must be kept at a maximum of , As well note that the BTU ratting specified above is per unit quantity, the HVAC must in addition take into consideration the dissipation of any additional active or radiant passive device placed within the same area. 11
  • 12. Site 6 - Prototype 3Appendix 12

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