Presentation: Webinar S2 Extensions Demystified

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Presentation of the webinar on S2 Extensions organized by Newtec on 28 January 2013.

This presentation has two major chapters:
- first chapter elaborates on S2 Extensions and what they entail
- second chapter discloses the results of the survey on S2 Extensions which took place between November 2012 and January 2013. Over 600 people from 400 different companies participated.

More info on S2 Extensions you access here: http://www.newtec.eu/technologies/s2extensions/

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Presentation: Webinar S2 Extensions Demystified

  1. 1. WEBINARS2  Extensions  Demystified 28 January 2013
  2. 2. S2 EXTENSIONS Speakers: DEMYSTIFIED •  Thomas  Van  den  Driessche (Director  of  Vertical  Markets)   •  Koen  Willems (Market  Director  Government  &  IP  Trunking) Introduction Timing: •  Presentation:  45  minutes •  Q&A:  15  minutes Questions: •  During  Session:  Use  Chat  box
  3. 3. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIED •  Our  Industry  Is  in  Revolution •  What  are  S2  Extensions? Agenda •  S2  Extensions  Roadmap •  S2  Extensions  Survey  Results •  S2  Extensions  Challenges •  Q&A
  4. 4. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIEDOur Industry Is in(R)evolution
  5. 5. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIEDEfficiency as Oxygenfor Industry’sProfitability & Growth
  6. 6. S2 EXTENSIONS Create  an   Reduce  Barrier   Economy  of  DEMYSTIFIED ECO-­‐‑System for  Entry Scale Avoid  Vendor   Lock-­‐‑in Why Standards? Quality  of   Interoperability Products
  7. 7. S2 EXTENSIONS Wideband DEMYSTIFIED Efficiency Be]er  MODCOD  Implementation Different  Classes  for  Linear  &  Non-­‐‑Linear  MODCODs Barrier-Breaking Higher  Modulation  Schemes  such  as  64APSK Technology Increased  Granularity  in  MODCODs Supporting  Different  Network  Configurations Advanced  Filtering  for  Improved  Carrier  Spacing Smaller  Roll-­‐‑Offs Innovations  behind  S2  Extensions
  8. 8. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIEDClean ChannelTechnology™ Low Roll-Off: Optimal Carrier Shared Transponder 5/10/15% Spacing Support
  9. 9. )"#!$ Increased   Granularity 64APSK ("#!$S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIED #"#!$ "#!$ Shannon  Limit Increased Granularity inMODCODs &"#!$ +27% +37% S2  Extensions Higher Modulation %"#!$Schemes (e.g. 64APSK) DVB-­‐‑S2 !"#!$•  Up to 37% gain *$ *&$ *%$•  Also gain at lower MODCODs !$ %$ &$•  Better ACM Implementation Spectral  Efficiency $ #$ (bps/Hz) ($ )$ +$ ,$ -$ DVB-­‐‑S %!$ %%$ %&$ %$ %#$ %($ %)$ C/N %+$ %,$ %-$
  10. 10. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIEDBetter Implementationof MODCODs & FECs Better receiving conditions for MODCODs
  11. 11. DVB-­‐‑S2 •  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; S2 EXTENSIONS •  32APSK:   3/4,  4/5,  5/6,  8/9,  9/10 DEMYSTIFIED Non-­‐‑Linear  MODCODs: S2  Extensions  (87  MODCODs) •  QPSK:   45/180,  60/180,  72/180,  80/180,  90/180,  100/180,  108/180,  114/180,  Different Classes for 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,  Linear & Non-Linear 144/180,  150/180   MODCODs •  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,  162/180 Linear  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,  162/180
  12. 12. Increased GranularityS2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIED TX:  DVB-­‐‑S2  &   S2  Extensions RX:  DVB-­‐‑S2  &   S2  Extensions C-­‐‑,Ku-­‐‑,Ka-­‐‑,X-­‐‑band,  HTS   &  inclined  orbit  satellite 72  MHz 72  MHz Wideband up to 72Mbaud•  20% Efficiency Gain MDM6000  Satellite   MDM6000  Satellite   Modem Modem
  13. 13. ResultsS2  Extensions: Bandwidth   FlexACM® Equalink® Cancellation: •  High  Data  Throughput   •  Efficiency  on  top  of  S2   •  Efficiency  on  top  of  S2   •  Efficiency  on  top  of  S2   Links:  up  to  64% Extensions Extensions Extensions •  DTH:  up  to  20% •  Up  to  33% •  Up  to  70%  in  adaptive   •  Up  to  10%  gain environments
  14. 14. ?3=4@A(."/$"@-S2 EXTENSIONS B0BC***(D"<"36"(+E*(:(+E+( FG2C***(/8$A(!)(H7$"468946- -DEMYSTIFIED 01+&$2+34563+7(8/ 09:#9:;$5$(1$<=>?%@/ ?3=4@A(."/$"@(- B3@A()*+,- #6&34$#A344&6$B&CA4161D8E/ I<"34(IA344"<(J"@A49<9KLM(36( J"@A48@3<(B95=<"- FG(+3$H1I$+166J1K;$LMN.-MN.LM/ N6$(@345853$"(O9(4"/(012( O7P&*34P$5$(1$Q,$0*35P/ 6$34535- / -Roadmap FG(+3$H1I$+166J1K;$LMN.-MN.LM/ - - >PR34C&P$S6(&+$(&CA4161D8/ 9(7)36$C3++7&+$;3C74D/ "1(A$14$&G7;(74D$T$4&I$ &U57)&4(/ !"#$"%&"()*+,- !$3$(012>!)(6=@@"669( ."/(012(!$34535(36("7$"46894(:( 848$83$8;"- ";9<=$894($9(012>!)- P@$9&"()*+)- 012(@9%#<"$894(@9%%"@83<( "Q=8"%"4$6(4"/(012(6$34535- !"#$%&(&)*&+$,-../ V&*+53+8$,-.,/ !"#$%&(&)*&+$,-.,/ -
  15. 15. S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIED Survey  on  S2  Extensions Survey •  2  Months  Timeframe •  +650  Replies •  Over  400  Companies Disclaimer:  Results  of  these  survey  are  Newtec  copyright  © Newtec  copyright  ©
  16. 16. 2% Very  Important.  All  my  applications  are   S2 EXTENSIONS 8% based  on  DVB  standards DEMYSTIFIED Important  because  it  drives  down  the   costs  of  equipment,  development  and   15% 40% satellite  bandwidth “How Important Are Important  because  interoperability  is  key  Standards ?” in  our  services Important  because  I  need  to  be  able  to   select  multiple  vendors  in  my  network 35% Not  important.  All  my  applications  are   based  on  proprietary  standards 98%  regards  standards  as  (very)  important Newtec  copyright  ©
  17. 17. How  Important  Are  Standards?  –  Per  Region 60% 50% 50% 47% 43% 44% 43% 42% 40% 36% 33% 29% 29% 30% 30% 21% 19% 19% 19% 20% 17% 13% 13% 10% 8% 8% 10% 8% 5% 5% 3% 2% 3% 2% 0% 0% 00% North  America Latin  America Middle  East Africa Europe Asia-­‐‑Pacific Very  Important.    All  my  applications  are  based  on  DVB  standards Important  because  it  drives  down  the  costs  of  equipment,  development  and  satellite  bandwidth Important  because  interoperability  is  key  in  our  services Important  because  I  need  to  be  able  to  select  multiple  vendors  in  my  network Not  important.  All  my  applications  are  based  on  proprietary  standards Newtec  copyright  ©
  18. 18. How  Important  Are  Standards?  –  Per  Market  Segment 60% 55% 50% 44% 39% 37% 38% 37% 40% 36% 35% 31% 30% 26% 19% 20% 15% 17% 12% 10% 10% 9% 8% 7% 10% 5% 3% 2% 4% 0% 1% 00% Broadcaster Government  and  Defence Integrator-­‐‑System  House Satellite  Operator Service  Provider Very  Important.    All  my  applications  are  based  on  DVB  standards Important  because  it  drives  down  the  costs  of  equipment,  development  and  satellite  bandwidth Important  because  interoperability  is  key  in  our  services Important  because  I  need  to  be  able  to  select  multiple  vendors  in  my  network Not  important.  All  my  applications  are  based  on  proprietary  standards Newtec  copyright  ©
  19. 19. 2% As  soon  as  the  new  DVB  standard   becomes  available S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIED 26% 6  months  to  1  year  after  release  of  the   new  DVB  standard 33% “Within what Timeframe 1  to  2  years  after  release  of  the  DVB   standards Will You Switch to theNew Standard?” Only  as  soon  as  the  new  DVB-­‐‑ standard  becomes  widely  accepted   within  my  market 25% 14% Will  not  adapt  to  new  DVB  standards One  out  of  two  will  switch  within  1  year Newtec  copyright  ©
  20. 20. Switch  in  What  Time  Frame?  –  Per  Region 50% 44% 45% 40% 35% 33% 35% 35% 31% 33% 32% 28% 29% 30% 26% 25% 27% 24% 25% 25% 23% 22% 20% 18% 19% 19% 20% 15% 13% 11% 10% 11% 10% 5% 05% 3% 2% 0% 0% 1% 00% North  America Latin  America Middle  East Africa Europe Asia-­‐‑Pacific As  soon  as  the  new  DVB  standard  becomes  available 6  months  to  1  year  after  release  of  the  new  DVB  standard 1  to  2  years  after  release  of  the  DVB  standards Only  as  soon  as  the  new  DVB-­‐‑standard  becomes  widely  accepted  within  my  market Will  not  adapt  to  new  DVB  standards Newtec  copyright  ©
  21. 21. Switch  in  What  Time  Frame?  –  Per  Market  Segment 45% 39% 40% 37% 33% 34% 35% 32% 31% 28% 29% 28% 30% 26% 24% 26% 25% 22% 22% 20% 20% 13% 13% 15% 11% 12% 11% 10% 05% 3% 3% 2% 0% 1% 00% Broadcaster Government  and  Defence Integrator-­‐‑System  House Satellite  Operator Service  Provider As  soon  as  the  new  DVB  standard  becomes  available 6  months  to  1  year  after  release  of  the  new  DVB  standard 1  to  2  years  after  release  of  the  DVB  standards Only  as  soon  as  the  new  DVB-­‐‑standard  becomes  widely  accepted  within  my  market Will  not  adapt  to  new  DVB  standards Newtec  copyright  ©
  22. 22. S2 EXTENSIONS 10% 7% DEMYSTIFIED 14% 5% 10% “How Much Efficiency 28% 15-20% Improvement Would It 25%-30% Take to Switch to S2- more Extensions?” 41% 62%  switches  to  S2  Extensions  if  it  offers  at  least     15%  efficiency  improvement Newtec  copyright  ©
  23. 23. Switch  at  What  Efficiency  Level?  –  Per  Market  Segment 60% 50% 50% 45% 46% 42% 38% 40% 34% 28% 29% 30% 25% 23% 19% 20% 15% 12% 13% 11% 11% 11% 8% 8% 8% 10% 6% 6% 6% 4% 1% 00% Broadcaster Government  and  Defence Integrator-­‐‑System  House Satellite  Operator Service  Provider 5% 10% 15-­‐‑20% 25%-­‐‑30% more Newtec  copyright  ©
  24. 24. The  race  will  continue  as  long  as   satellite  industry  exists S2 EXTENSIONS The  race  will  lead  into  breaking  DEMYSTIFIED 28% through  Shannon  limit  (*)  and   continue  further  on The  race  will  end  when  the  Shannon   48% limit  (*)  is  reached “How Long Will theSpectral Efficiency Race 5% The  race  will  end  when  efficiency   reaches  the  correct  level  need  for  the  still Continue?” application 12% The  race  will  end  when  the   7% investment  in  efficiency  will  not   result  in  a  decent  return-­‐‑on-­‐‑ investment 1  out  of  2  thinks  that  the  efficiency  race  will   continue  as  long  as  satellite  exists Newtec  copyright  ©
  25. 25. Increase  throughput  in  the  same  S2 EXTENSIONS bandwidth DEMYSTIFIED 20% Perform  OPEX  Savings  by  cu]ing   bandwidth 40% Enable  Higher  Service  Level   5% Agreements “What Will Your Company Add  more  TV  and  radio  channels  to  Do with Extra Bandwidth the  available  bandwidth Obtained by S2 - 15% Increase  quality  of  TV  channels  Extensions Efficiency?” inside  the  available  bandwidth 7% 13% Add  more  services/customers  to  the   available  bandwidth 40%  will  increase  throughput  in  same  bandwidth Newtec  copyright  ©
  26. 26. What  to  Do  with  Extra  Bandwidth–  Per  Market  Segment 50% 47% 45% 45% 42% 40% 38% 34% 35% 30% 28% 26% 26% 25% 20% 20% 17% 18% 14% 15% 14% 15% 13% 11% 11% 11% 10% 10% 08% 7% 7% 7% 6% 5% 6% 5% 5% 4% 05% 1% 00% Broadcaster Government  and  Defence Integrator-­‐‑System  House Satellite  Operator Service  Provider Increase  throughput  in  the  same  bandwidth Perform  OPEX  Savings  by  cu]ing  bandwidth Enable  Higher  Service  Level  Agreements Add  more  TV  and  radio  channels  to  the  available  bandwidth Increase  quality  of  TV  channels  inside  the  available  bandwidth Add  more  services/customers  to  the  available  bandwidth Newtec  copyright  ©
  27. 27. Others S2 EXTENSIONS Performance DEMYSTIFIED Availability Need  for  Innovation “Biggest Concerns when Reliability New Standard Will Non  Standard  Variations  to  S2  Ext Launched?” Adoption  Rate OPEX Backward  Compatability Receiver/STB/Modem  Compatability Interoperability CAPEX 00% 05% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% Newtec  copyright  ©
  28. 28. Industry  Observations  that  Tackle  these  Concerns: S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIED •  Chipset  manufactures  will  implement  S2  Extensions   (coinciding  with  HEVC  -­‐‑  2014) •  S2  Extensions  Demod  can  easily  be  placed  before  Mitigating Concerns bank  with  IRDs  through  ASI/GBE  or  trans-­‐‑ modulation  for  professional  video  distribution •  Newtec  latest  modem  products  can  easily  be   migrated  from  DVB-­‐‑S2  to  S2  Extensions •  Newtec’s  modulators  are  used  for  compatibility   benchmarking  across  the  industry •  Newtec  partners  with  all  major  system  houses  for   interoperability •  Clean  Channel  Technology  can  be  implemented  with   existing  receivers  to  avoid  initial  CAPEX   Newtec  copyright  ©
  29. 29. Newtec  Technology  Movie   World  Record  Movie Clips S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIEDInformation h]p://newproducts.newtec.eu/news/detail/the-­‐‑ making-­‐‑of-­‐‑breaking-­‐‑through-­‐‑the-­‐‑500-­‐‑mbps-­‐‑ barrier h]p://newproducts.newtec.eu/new-­‐‑products/ detail/mdm6000-­‐‑2 Newtec  copyright  ©
  30. 30. S2  Extensions  White  Paper Leaflets  &  Newsle`ers S2 EXTENSIONSDEMYSTIFIEDInformation http://newproducts.newtec.eu/s2-extensions www.newtec.eu Newtec  copyright  ©
  31. 31. WEBINAR Please,  contact  your  Local   Account  Manager Q&A Thomas  Van  den  Driessche:  (tvd@newtec.eu) Koen  Willems:   (kwil@newtec.eu) 28 January 2013

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