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Ayecka ST1 Satellite Transmitter IP over DVB-S2 with GigE interfaces

Ayecka ST1 is an advanced DVBS2 modulator with integrated IP Encapsulation (IPE) that provides a simple and cost-effective solution for delivering IP over satellite for point-to-point and point-to-multiple-point networks. The integrated IPE enables the support of small networks (up to 256 end points) without any additional equipment at the hub side. At the same time, the use of external IPE enables the support of unlimited network size.

Ayecka ST1’s support of advanced modulation modes at 16 and 32 APSK ST1 delivers more performance at lower cost and signifi¬cantly reduces long-term operating costs. Leading the market with its price-performance ratio, the ST1 enables new business models and revenue sources.

ST1 Product Highlights

  • Cost-effective solution for IP over DVB-S2 transmission
  • Full support of DVB-S2
  • VCM and ACM
  • MODCOD: QPSK ¼ to 32 APSK 9/10
  • 100ksps to 67.5Msps / over 240Mbps output
  • Support MPE and GSE
  • Hardware Accelerator
  • Hardware Accelerator
  • L2 transparent device
  • Jumbo Frame Support

Main Applications

  • SCPC IP connectivity over satellite
  • MCPC Satellite Transmitter and IPE
  • IPTV over satellite broadcasting
  • HD surveillance video delivery over satellite
  • Cellular and Wireless local loop backhauling
  • Dense Modulator

DVB-S2 Modulator

StandardFully compliant with ETSI EN 302 307
DVB-S2 ModesSupport for CCM, VCM and ACM modes
ModulationQPSK, 8PSK, 16APSK, 32APSK
Channel Rateup to 240 Mbps
Roll-off factors0.05, 0.2, 0.25, 0.35 å
Output Freq950-2150MHz

IP Encapsulation

MPEAccording to ETSI 301 192
GSEBased on ETSI TS 102 606 and ETSI TS 102 771(1)

Traffic Interface

Interface10/100/1000 BaseT
Network InterfaceL3 / L2

Ayecka ST1 Satellite Transmitter IP over DVB-S2 with GigE interfaces

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