Newtec returns to IBC 2016 to display its latest range of Satcom applications, which can be applied in a wide range of single and multiservice applications from DTH broadcasting, video contribution and distribution, etc. This year, the latest version of Newtec Dialog release 1.3 will make its IBC debut. Its new features include DVB-S2X on the forward link, support for the new MDM5000 Satellite Modem, Layer 2 bridging and mobility support. It is also equipped with Newtec’s Mx-DMA technology, which enables MF-TDMA flexibility and on-demand variable bandwidth allocation at SCPC efficiencies. From release 1.3 onwards, Mx-DMA rates up to 75 Mbps in the return are supported using shared capacity.
MCX7000 Multi-Carrier Satellite Gateway
The MDM5000 – the industry’s first DVB-S2X high-throughput VSAT modem – is designed for mid- and high-speed applications like connectivity for medium-sized enterprise networks, government applications, oil and gas, maritime and cellular backhaul. This latest edition completes Newtec’s modem portfolio for low- up to high-speed applications, ensuring the optimal solution for every application and price point.
Release 2.0 of the MCX7000 Multi-Carrier Satellite Gateway – used for efficient distribution and contribution to broadcast applications – will also be premiered at IBC. This versatile platform can function as a quadruple modulator or as a modem with dual demodulator. The optional AES encryption of the baseband frames gives full protection for closed networks. This gateway can increase bandwidth efficiency by up to 51 percent.
Visitors will also be able to catch demos of the latest satellite transmission standard, DVB-S2X, which is available via a simple software upgrade on Newtec products.