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DVB-S, S2: IP to ASI MPE IPE Multi Protocol Encapsulator for Satellite Based IP Delivery Perfect for Secure Cinema Package Distribution

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DVB Rocket S-S2™
MPE Encapsulator for IP over Sat
  InstaCast 4.0
Video File Delivery add on for DVB Rocket
  DVB Rocket IP/ASI™
DVB Rocket
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DVB Rocket with IPV6 Routing
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Linux® Based, Cost Effective, Remotely Manageable, Ultra High Speed IP to DVB Multiprotocol Encapsulator IPE or MPE for Seamless Delivery of IP or Private Data and Video Over Satellite or Terrestrial Networks- Complies with MPE 301-192. Utilizes all Null Packets and Bits. Used Currently in Both DVB-S-S2 and DVB-T Environments. Offers Lowest Latency of the Industry – Important for Long Links. New option -File Delivery

Look!! We now have our own IP Multicast File Delivery "Client" Software for Mobile and Handheld devices. Available for licensing by OEMS. (InstaCast 4.0)

Linux® Based, Cost Effective, Remotely Manageable, Ultra High Speed IP to DVB Multiprotocol Encapsulator for Seamless Delivery of IP or Private Data and Video Over Satellite or Terrestrial Networks – Complies with MPE 301-192.Utilizes all Null Packets and Bits. Used Currently in Both DVB-S-S2 and DVB-T Environments.

Standard Features:

  • Unlimited number of remote IP addresses (clients), depending on server memory
  • Inputs:  GigE and DVB-ASI
  • Output:  DVB-ASI
  • Linux® based architecture for 24/7 operation
  • Implemented on Solid State Drive for Reliability
  • Implements Unicast, Multicast, and QoS routing
  • Fully complies with all IEC standards for multiprotocol DVB encapsulation
  • Typical forwarding delay is 1/10th of others – latency of 6 milliseconds
  • Supports C, Ku, and Ka bands
  • IP to ASI encapsulator
  • Tested with major brands of multiplexers and modulators – Tandberg, Radyne, Harmonic, Newtec, Motorola, EF Data, and Sencore
  • Field proven on major satellites and teleports
  • Aggregate throughput up to full ASI (213 Mb)
  • QoS for guaranteed services
  • Easy to use remote monitoring and control via secure shell access and web interface
  • Low jitter
  • Supports opportunistic data insertion (SMPTE 325M)
  • Used currently in DVB-S/S-2, DVB-T/T2, and DVB-C environments – DVB-C2 coming soon
  • Redundant pair can share a virtual IP address.
  • Optional IP Multicast File Delivery Client Software/Hardware for transmitting to Mobile and Handheld devices – InstaCast 4.0
  • Currently Deployed at sites in UK, France, Germany, US, Russia, China, Japan, etc...
  • Price and Performance Leader in its class
  • Support for Redundancy with NMS etc.

Applications:

  • Satellite & Internet Service Providers (ISPs)
  • Broadcast Networks & Stations
  • Data Service Providers
  • Large Retail Organizations
  • Financial Institutions
  • IP to ASI encapsulator
  • IP service via Satellite
  • Secure Cinema Package Distribution

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Features

  • Unlimited number of remote IP addresses (clients), depending on server memory
  • Inputs: GigE and DVB-ASI
  • Output: DVB-ASI
  • Linux® based architecture for 24/7 operation
  • Implements Unicast, Multicast, and QoS routing
  • Fully complies with all IEC standards for multiprotocol DVB encapsulation
  • Typical forwarding delay is 1/10th of others – latency of 6
    milliseconds
  • Supports C, Ku, and Ka bands
  • Tested with major brands of multiplexers and modulators – Tandberg, Radyne, Harmonic, Newtec, Motorola, EF Data, and Sencore
  • Field proven on major satellites and teleports
  • Aggregate throughput up to full ASI (213 Mb)
  • QoS for guaranteed services
  • Easy to use remote monitoring and control via secure shell access and web interface
  • Low jitter
  • Supports opportunistic data insertion (SMPTE 325M)
  • Used currently in DVB-S/S-2, DVB-T/T2, and DVB-C environments – DVB-C2 coming soon
  • Currently Deployed at sites in UK, France, Germany, US, Russia, China, Japan, etc...
  • Price and Performance Leader in its class
  • Support for Redundancy with NMS, etc.
  • Redundant pair can share a virtual IP address
  • Optional IP Multicast File Delivery Client Software/ Hardware for transmitting to Mobile and Handheld devices – Instacast 4.0
  • Currently Deployed at sites in UK, France, Germany, US, Russia, China, Japan, etc...
  • Price and Performance Leader in its class
  • Recent option: Supports File Delivery

Applications

  • Satellite and Internet Service Providers (ISPs)
  • Broadcast networks and stations
  • Data service providers
  • Large retail organizations
  • Financial institutions
  • IP to ASI encapsulator
  • IP service via Satellite
  • Secure Cinema Package Distribution

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Further Information

Example Receiver

 
Satellite Internet:
Secure Content Delivery For Remote Places via Satellite
 
  1. Satellite Internet is a term used to describe the method of accessing the global Internet network via satellites. Usually, customers choose satellite due to unavailability of local terrestrial IP infrastructure. There are two main types of Satellite Internet service: 1) two-way and 2) one-way, which is usually complemented by a one-way multicast service, also known as offline data delivery, in order to download large data volumes like movies and music files efficiently.
  2. One Way is the most affordable Satellite Based Internet service available on the market. With the one-way scenario, the subscriber uses their low bit rate terrestrial or wireless Internet connection (dial-up, leased line, GPRS, EDGE, CDMA, etc.) as a transmit circuit. The Satellite ISP acts as the downlink provider, enabling the subscriber to download web sites and data via satellite. This concept is very popular for educational purposes in remote areas, since schools require high speed links for data download purposes only and usually do not require a high speed uplink channel. Additionally, the benefits are that one-way Satellite Internet equipment costs are pretty low as this scenario works with standard satellite TV receivers. Usually, Satellite ISPs use the DVB (Digital Video Broadcasting) standard as the transport for IP packets and the customer is required to install a DVB tuner card in his or her PC.
  3. Our DVB Rocket� usually resides at the Teleport and receives page requests for Internet or data requests via some backchannel. Its job is to serve the right data or pages via its PID addressing mechanism via Satellite.