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Broadcast day-2010-comtech-sspi

  1. 1. BroadcastBroadcast Technology SolutionsTechnology Solutions Dave SeemanDave Seeman June 2010June 2010
  2. 2. 2010 World Cup in South Africa • The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) is hosting the 2010 World Cup in South Africa – Month long tournament – 64 football matches will be played in 10 South African stadiums 2Comtech EF Data Confidential
  3. 3. DVBDVB--S2 ModemsS2 Modems Facilitate VideoFacilitate Video Uplink forUplink for 2010 FIFA World Cup2010 FIFA World Cup South AfricaSouth Africa
  4. 4. Facilitating Bandwidth- Efficient World Cup Coverage • The CDM-710 Broadcast Satellite Modems being used to power the video uplink services between the 10 stadiums and the International Broadcast Center in Johannesburg • By utilizing DVB-S2, the Modems will enable the bandwidth- efficient delivery of the HDTV coverage of this international tournament • Sentech selected Comtech’s DVB-S2 Satellite Modems based on a proven track record of supporting leading providers of digital television entertainment services in other regions Complete Testimonial 4Comtech EF Data Confidential
  5. 5. Broadcast Market Segment Contribution Distribution Broadcast Mobile: DSNG – Trucks OB – Van Fly-Away Kits Fixed Venue: Sports Arena Concert Halls Political Assembly Source Material Aggregation, edit, re-transmit Reception, local insertion, end-user Broadcaster’s HQ Content Aggregation Centers Teleport Operators Satellite Operators Satellite DTH Over the Air Cable Operators Telco / IPTV Operators 5Comtech EF Data Confidential
  6. 6. Broadcast Solutions Broadcast Defined: • Delivery of video or data to the end user. • Sometimes referred to as “Last Mile” Comtech EF Data Confidential 6 Broadcast Reception, local insertion, end-user Satellite DTH Over the Air Cable Operators Telco / IPTV Operators
  7. 7. DTH Market (NSR-ASCM2 2009) • Worldwide growth in DTH and FTA subscribers • HD is driving MPEG4 and DVBS2 in NA and Europe • New DTH systems emerging in Asia, Central Europe and Latin America • Services are typically full transponder multi-channel 7Comtech EF Data Confidential Source: NSR-ASCM2 2009
  8. 8. Latin America DTH Market • Telecommunications Operators are important players in DTH (33% of DTH offer) – Telefonica (multi-country) – Telmex (Mexico and Brazil) – Oi (Brazil) • 47% of customers bundle DTH with other service Comtech EF Data Confidential 8 Source: Signals Telecom Consulting
  9. 9. Latin America DTH Market (Future) Comtech EF Data Confidential 9 • “Several satellite operators are already reserving capacity for HDTV” • Many countries are launching their own satellites • DTH will surpass the 22.35% penetration mark and reach 33.50% by 2013 Source: Businss News Americas
  10. 10. Latin America DTH Market Comtech EF Data Confidential 10
  11. 11. OptimizingOptimizing CommunicationsCommunications forfor Direct To HomeDirect To Home
  12. 12. Leading Supplier of DTH Head-End Transmission Equipment • Largest selection of DTH satellite uplink hardware: – Satellite Modems & Modulators – 4,000+ satellite modems sold to DTH providers worldwide – Frequency Converters – High Power Amplifiers – Switching & Redundancy Options – Signal Monitoring Equipment 12Comtech EF Data Confidential
  13. 13. Comtech’s Role in DTH Transmission Comtech EF Data Equipment Comtech Xicom Technology Equipment 13Comtech EF Data Confidential
  14. 14. Common DTH Transport Stream Options Comtech EF Data Equipment Comtech Xicom Technology Equipment 14 Gig-E TS IP Based Encoders / Multiplexor Feeding Uplink Chain Traditional ASI TS Encoders / Multiplexor Feeding Uplink Chain Transponder#1Transponder#2Transponder#1Transponder#2 Comtech EF Data Confidential
  15. 15. DTH IF/RF Chain Options Comtech EF Data Equipment Comtech Xicom Technology Equipment 15 L-Band IF Uplink with L-Band to RF Outdoor Equipment Traditional 70/140 IF and Upconverter RF Chain Comtech EF Data Confidential
  16. 16. Satellite Modems & Modulators Transport Stream Interfaces and Modularity • Protect your investment – Our modems/modulators include flexible interface options that are field installable – Multiple interfaces can be co-installed , which provides your DTH uplink facility the flexibility and monitoring capability you demand • Interface expansion slots include: 10/100/1000 Gig-E data pipe Facilitates IPTV services to enterprises and DVR caching service CCM, VCM and ACM CCM, VCM and ACM Mod/Cod Mapping Enables IP data services to business and end users PRO-MPEG COP3 Allows use of next generation IP-based encoders and multiplexers Auto-EQ Automatic group delay and amplitude pre-distortion module Maximizes transponder resources and compensates for satellite transponder distortion ASI-Monitor port Provides valuable confidence monitoring solutions Redundant interfaces Enables transport stream selection and internal switching 16Comtech EF Data Confidential
  17. 17. AutoEQ™ for DTH Applications • AutoEQ™ DM240XR Modulator Option – Equalizes uplink and transponder Corrects amplitude and group delay – L-Band equalizer – One time auto-calibration Eliminates manual equalizer adjustments • Direct To Home Application – Equalize one time at hub – Improves performance of all set top boxes (generally Q/8PSK) 17 No AutoEQ™ With AutoEQ™ Comtech EF Data Confidential
  18. 18. Contribution andContribution and Distribution SolutionsDistribution Solutions
  19. 19. Comtech EF Data Confidential 19
  20. 20. Video Contribution Overview • Delivery of edited and unedited content from live or recorded source that may or may not be placed into the Distribution signal • Forms of Contribution – Live coverage of news, sports and entertainment Game, news story or event Pre- and Post-Game Shows, Interviews – Pre-recorded or syndicated programming Often received via “Bicycle delivery” • Ancillary Services: – Phone, Text, Data, IP Connectivity 20Comtech EF Data Confidential
  21. 21. SNG / Fly-Away Contribution Solutions • Modulators • Frequency Converters • Amplifiers • Voice Communications • Data Communications • Managed BW • Monitoring Solutions 21Comtech EF Data Confidential
  22. 22. SNG / Fly-Away Top Level Diagram 22Comtech EF Data Confidential
  23. 23. Contribution Link Alternatives • Contribution links do not necessarily need to rely on DVB standards • Contribution links do not always transmit live feeds • Contribution links do not need to transmit MPEG video • The face of contribution is changing, data, 2-way comms and file based transfer vs. real-time transfer is changing the way broadcasters perceive contribution 23Comtech EF Data Confidential
  24. 24. Contribution Over IPContribution Over IP Case studyCase study
  25. 25. Contribution Over IP CDM-625, CinC & Video • FOX News is based in New York • Desired a Fly-Away Terminal for Video Contribution • Also wanted 2-way voice comms and interconnect with FOX Intranet • Test done between NYC hub and 1.4m transportables • 3 Independent Fly-Away terminals all running video, voice and data over IP • 2 Mbps contribution feed to Hub, 512 kbps Return • Use of Carrier in Carrier for BW reduction 25Comtech EF Data Confidential
  26. 26. Case Study: Fox News Contribution Adaptation 26Comtech EF Data Confidential
  27. 27. Case Study: Comtech’s Play in Fox News *Fly-Away equipment shown. Complementary equipment required at FOX HUB location 27Comtech EF Data Confidential
  28. 28. Distribution Solutions Distribution Aggregation, edit, re-transmit Broadcaster’s HQ Content Aggregation Centers Teleport Operators Satellite Operators 28Comtech EF Data Confidential
  29. 29. Video Distribution Methods • MPEG Transport Stream over DVB-S • MPEG Transport Stream over DVB-S2 • MPEG Transport Stream over non-DVB standards • Standards based Encapsulation of IP video over DVB-S / DVB-S2 • IP video over non-DVB standards Live Video Feeds File based or Streaming Video Feeds 29Comtech EF Data Confidential
  30. 30. Live Video Distribution • Most live video distribution is the distribution of MPEG Transport Streams (MPEG-TS) • MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 (H.264) are the most common forms of compressed audio and video • DVB-S and DVB-S2 are the most common methods of transmitting MPEG compressed audio and video over satellite Comtech EF Data Confidential 30
  31. 31. MPEG TS Over DVB-S What’s the point: DVB-S was designed to send individual MPEG Transport Stream Packets and wrap each individually. Each MPEG TS has it’s own FEC frame 31Comtech EF Data Confidential
  32. 32. MPEG TS Over DVB-S2 Transport Stream Baseband Frame FEC Frame Physical Layer Frame MPEG TS CRC8 = Sync 47x Variable # of MPEG frames 64,800 bits Normal 16,200 bits Short Physical Layer - void of TS structure What’s the point: DVB-S2 was designed as a flexible data transport mechanism not Transport Stream Packet mechanism with high BW efficiency and Low Es/No. 32Comtech EF Data Confidential
  33. 33. At same C/N DVB-S2 will be 30% more efficient than DVB-S DVB-S Efficiency Curves DVB-S2 Efficiency Curves 33Comtech EF Data Confidential
  34. 34. File-Based Video Distribution Head End (i.e. IPTV) 34Comtech EF Data Confidential
  35. 35. Service Provider EnablesService Provider Enables CostCost--EffectiveEffective IPIP--Based Video DeliveryBased Video Delivery Case StudyCase Study
  36. 36. Case Study: File Based Video Distribution – Avail Media • IPTV Service Provider • Aggregate over 180 channels of Standard Definition Programming and 16 channels of High Definition – ESPN, Discovery HD, Showtime, Starz, MTV, etc – Content ingested at Intelsat Teleport in Hagerstown, MD • Content is encoded to MPEG-4 / IP & Encrypted • Content is sent on 9 transponders over 3 satellites from Hagerstown, MD • Receive location uses up to 18 CMR-5975 / site (2 for each transponder for redundancy) • Each transponder is about 70 Mbps of data • L-band In IP Out • Delivered to consumer via ADSL or FTH 36Comtech EF Data Confidential
  37. 37. Satellite-Based Infrastructure 37Comtech EF Data Confidential
  38. 38. One Way – IPTV and File Based Services • Delivery of live video, advertising, local programming • Non Real-Time file based platform 38Comtech EF Data Confidential
  39. 39. Case Study: File Based Video Distribution – Avail Media 39 Content Ingest CMR-6000 Distribution Modulator - CDM-710 IP Encapsulator CME-5010 DVB-S2 Receiver CMR-5975 CMR-6000 Local Ingest CMR-6000 Comtech EF Data Confidential
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