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    Thumbs up Japan tested the format DVB-S2X

    Japanese company Nippon TV has completed the first test project broadcast via satellite DVB-S2X 256APSK necessary for the next generation of broadcast services.

    As part of the test, which was launched in November 2014 broadcaster used the 5 MHz band modulation 256APSK on satellite Superbird-B2 (162 ° E), which is owned by JCSAT. For the tests were used technology from Newtec.

    The team used to broadcast satellite modem manufacturer Newtec MDM6100 a bandwidth of 5 MHz transponder SKY Perfect JSAT for streaming content at a speed of 25 Mbit / s. To receive the use of satellite antenna with a diameter of 1.4 meters. Radio reception was held at Nippon TV studio complex in Minato, Tokyo.

    " The new modification of the standard DVB, known as DVB-S2X, is characterized by high efficiency and allows the satellite industry more efficient and deliver higher growth business in all directions - from high-speed data transmission over IP TV broadcasting , "says CTO and co-founder of Newtec Dirk Breynert .

    Standard DVB-S2X increases the efficiency of channel utilization by 20 percent compared to DVB-S2 and 51 percent against other systems for data transmission.


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    Multumim pentru info. Sper sa nu le trazneasca prin cap la comerciali sa treaca la noua traznaie mai devreme de 3-4 ani.



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