Very high bitrate solution for satellite internet applications on IBC show floor

Rennes (France), September 06, 2017TeamCast, the world-renowned leader in digital modulation technologies for Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT), Wireless Transmission and Satellite Applications, is showing its solution for High Bitrate Internet applications such as cellular network backhauling, V-SAT, High Throughput Satellites (HTS), at IBC 2017.

TeamCast is showing TYGER, a DVB-S2/S2X compliant modulator offering high rates (up to 480 Mbaud, i.e. up to 2 Gbps), Time Slicing (Annex M), CID management, GSE IP encapsulation, for maximising, payload, operational flexibility, return on investment.

For IP transport, the use of the GSE adaptation algorithm insures lower overhead and maximized capacity and spectrum efficiency.

By meeting the requirements of the DVB “Annex M”, TYGER enables the mixing of services (broadcast and broadband) over the same satellite carrier. Specifically, it supports Time-Slicing, a process to split a wideband signal – up to 2 Gbps – into a great number of independent low rates services, in order to keep the receiver IC complexity and price low, which is a mandatory requirement for a mass market adoption.

“The solution opens new possibilities for satellite internet operators in terms of capacity, spectrum efficiency and flexibility. After the widely recognized VYPER modulator range for broadcast applications, TeamCast is innovating again with unprecedented performances in satellite communication for HTS internet, network backhauling, and other emerging applications” says Christophe Trolet, Business Unit Manager at TeamCast.

 

The solution is shown at IBC 2017 on TeamCast’s stand #2.B51.

 

TeamCast has been shortlisted for the IBC 2017 Innovation Awards in the Content Distribution category, for its contribution to the Next Generation Broadcast Architecture Project deployed in the USA by Sinclair Broadcast Group, with support from ONE Media.

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