»Satellite Routers

Various modes of operation: SCPC, SCPC DAMA, TDM/SCPC, TDM/TDMA, Hubless TDMA High throughput up to 225 Mbps and 190’000 packets/sec per terminal DVB-S2X VSAT technology with bandwidth-efficient LDPC coding and 5% or 20% roll-off Efficient TDMA protocol with proven efficiency of 96% and Multi-Frequency (MF-TDMA) Automatic Transmission Level Control and Adaptive Coding and Modulation
Highlights:
  • SCPC, SCPC DAMA, TDM/SCPC, TDM/TDMA, Hubless TDMA
  • High throughput up to 450 Mbps and 190’000 pps
  • DVB-S2X VSAT technology with Roll-off 5% or 20%
  • Efficient MF-TDMA protocol with LDPC: 96% vs SCPC
  • Automatic Transmission Level Control and ACM
  • 1:1 redundancy option for all modes
  • Hierarchical multi-channel traffic shaper designed for VSAT
  • Ultra-low latency VSAT system with round-trip delay 570 ms
  • Up to 250 TDMA channels and 500’000 terminals per network
  • VLAN, QoS, DSCP, IGMP, L2, proxy ARP, RIP, CRTP, TCPA
  • Local web-console and powerful Network Management System
  • Ultra-fast startup - network is operational just in 20 seconds
  • Compatible with C-, X-, Ku- and Ka-band
Description

UHP - universal, compact, high-throughput VSAT platform, comprising all network elements: Hubs, terminals and management system. UHP routers allow deploying satellite networks of any topology, including point-to-point, starmesh” or complex hierarchy. Based on the latest modulation and coding technologies UHP VSAT platform ensures highly-efficient utilization of satellite bandwidth, scalable and flexible VSAT with industry-best cost of ownership.

UHP Dual Gateway provides optimum solution for hierarchical networks and makes it possible to design such networks with single-hop connectivity using low-cost VSAT terminals and affordable Regional Gateways. The Central Gateway has a UHP TDM/TDMA Hub with at least one DVB carrier (TDM) and several TDMA return carriers. The Regional Gateway also transmits a DVB carrier and is capable of receiving one or more TDMA carriers.

UHP Beam Switching  feature uses OpenAMIP protocol to communicate with a mobile antenna controller to retrieve an actual geographic location and command antenna pointing, activate transmission, etc. UHP router selects the most appropriate satellite beam according to its current geographic position and pre-defined coverage maps, dynamically adjusts frequencies, levels and changes the mode of operation to ensure compatibility with new network.

UHP Smart Redundancy facilitates self-healing architecture for a single VSAT Hub and also for multiple geographically diverse (redundant) Hubs. Architecture of the Hub with Smart Redundancy is not different from a traditional Hub architecture, but all the controllers are universal and can assume any role. The NMS dynamically assigns specific roles to the universal controllers. Smart Redundancy dramatically increases network availability level while only requiring a very modest investment.