Satellite Ku-band IPTV and Direct To Home Services

2 Day Course
Code PWL103

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Satellite service technology: How they work and what they do best (12 topics)

  • How satellites work
  • Orbits: Geo-stationary and low earth orbits
  • Transponder profiles
  • Engineering Power Budgets a their impact
  • Uplink and Downlink frequencies; C-Band, Ka-Band, X-Band and Ku-Band
  • Interference in different bands
  • Regulation and licensing
  • Traditional Applications: Telecoms, Broadcast TV Delivery, Direct-to-home one-way
  • Coverage
  • Costing satellite technology
  • What satellites do best
  • What satellites find hard

Applying Ku-Band Services: Why this is different (6 topics)

  • New Ku-Band Transponder Profiles
  • Spot services
  • Capacity considerations and Multiple Access
  • Engineering Links
  • Typical Ku-band service profiles
  • What can be done with these services

Up-link and Down-link Technology: What it looks like and what it can do (7 topics)

  • Engineering the Up-Link
  • Antennas
  • Power
  • Down-link requirements
  • Dishes and antenna construction
  • Alignment
  • Tracking

Applying Satellites to Interactive IP and IPTV (11 topics)

  • Problems and solutions
  • Modern Triple Play service requirements
  • Bandwidth
  • Delay
  • Overcoming problems with Jitter
  • Recovering lost packet data
  • Point-to-point services
  • Point-to-multipoint services
  • Multicasting TD and HDTV
  • Back-haul of area based services
  • Direct-to-Home Interactive IP VSAT services

Deploying Services Today: Where can satellites play a key part in new networks (10 topics)

  • Potential TV Head-end delivery markets
  • DVB-T, DVBC, DVB-S
  • Mobile handheld TV: DVB-H
  • Growing Free-To-Air Services
  • News and Outside Broadcast
  • Telecommunications Backhaul
  • Financial and credit services
  • Education and Health applications
  • Military applications
  • Security applications

Prerequisites

Delegates should have a basic understanding of telecommunications principles, and basic knowledge of IP.

Additional Learning

The courses below may help you meet the knowledge level required to take this course. If you are unsure please ask a training advisor .

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