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Tr@Ins5 Satellite Communication Raymond Pieck

  1. 1. Satellite communication Raymond Pieck – Director Technology Incubation Newtec Cy
  2. 2. Satellite network 3
  3. 3. NOC Train management AAA NAT Internet Mobility DHCP Management Mobility Management Local content 4
  4. 4. Satellite Communication – Sat3PlayTM Architecture Bringing Broadband IP to the rooftop, trains, boats, motor caravan Individual download up to 10Mbps High Speed / Low cost Forward up DSL in the sky to 74 Mbps ISP’s IDC Terminal Return up to 160/512* kbps Internet Terminal Typical user applications: Hub & • HTTP Web Browsing Host NOC • FTP file exchange • Email • VoIP • Multicast Services * Future release 5
  5. 5. Satellite Communication - Sat3PlayTM  SLA  June 2008: 1024Kbps / 128Kbps  Q1 2009: 2024Kbps / 512Kbps  2012 Ka/Ka-band consumer satellite system (~ADSL 5 km limit) 11 Mbps / 2.7Mbps  Point&PlayTM  differentiates the service against the competition.  lowers the total price of the end-user investment.  lowers the operational cost of the service provider.  improves the competitiveness of the service provider.  increases market penetration by creating more distribution channels  Design to cost and performance  Low power (0.5 Watt)  Continuous phase modulation scheme 6
  6. 6. Satellite Communication - Sat3PlayTM  Power Arch Mitigation  Train target speed: 300 km/hr  Power arch  Separation distance: 40 m  Power arch blocking width: 30 cm  GSE-FEC  4% additional bandwidth FEC  Limited additonal delay of 300 msec  Full error correction against power arch satellite blocking  Use of multiple Sat3PlayTM terminals over the train to increase the capacity on the train 7
  7. 7. Interworking 8
  8. 8. Interworking – Use of Newtec s/w tools  Mobility management: use of Newtec HTTP pre- fetching, TCP acceleration to enhance the satellite, GPRS, Edge, UMTS and 3G access networks  QoS  Synergy of the QoS mapping for all access networks (CRA, RBDC, VDBC, FCA)  Use of zero pack loss traffic shaping 9
  9. 9. Satellite – the future Ka/ka band spotbeam networks  Triple Play (11Mbps, 2.7 Mbps)  Broadband  HDTV, VoD: IPTV  VoIP  Legacy TV systems 10

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