Satellite Ku-band IPTV and Direct To Home Services
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Satellite Ku-band video services are showing the highest growth rate of any technology for distribution to Free To Air, IPTV and cable head-ends. Many new 36 MHz transponder equivalents of Ku-band capacity are being added to global capacity demand each year - with half coming from delivery of services within the Direct-To-Home markets alone.
To enhance future growth, satellite industry professionals must concentrate on what satellites do well besides video delivery. With New Ku-band spot services, lower-cost, higher-performance interactive VSAT services can become reality. This makes satellite an ideal delivery mechanism for backhaul from WiMAX cells, DVB-H local delivery and streaming services.
This course examines how new satellite services are evolving, how the technology functions and how it can be applied to these new market sectors.
- Appreciate the technical advantages of new and existing satellite technologies
- Discuss the uplink and downlink technologies deployed
- Calculate gain and antenna characteristics for VSAT and Direct-to-home delivery
- Deploy satellite backhaul on IPTV, WiMax and Hand Held TV applications
- Deliver interactive IP Direct To Home services using new satellite technology.
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
- 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
- Down-link requirements
- Dishes and antenna construction
Applying Satellites to Interactive IP and IPTV (11 topics)
- Problems and solutions
- Modern Triple Play service requirements
- 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
Delegates should have a basic understanding of telecommunications principles, and basic knowledge of IP.
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