[SatNews] Advantech Wireless Inc. has announced a 5 percent Roll-off Factor (ROF) on its AMT 75e DVB-S/S2 High Speed Broadcast Modem.
Advantech Wireless’ AMT 75e is a multi-purpose High Speed Satellite modem which is a particularly versatile and effective solution for any broadcast environment. The AMT 75e using LDPC coding achieves the most Bandwidth-efficient transmission available in the market today.
“The AMT-75 modem continues to be one of the leaders in this market segment for commercial, enterprise, government and military applications. Advantech Wireless was the market leader in implementing DVB-S2 in our VSAT products,” said John Landovskis, VP PLM & Business Development, VSAT & Modem Products. “Advantech Wireless has been deploying systems with 12 percent roll-off for more than five years and our latest developments have lowered the achievable roll-off to 5 percent. This will provide additional reduction in the occupied bandwidth helping to reduce the monthly OPEX cost.”
The AMT-75 modem has been deployed in many locations worldwide for video distribution and VSAT networks. It is also designed using Software Defined Radio techniques to ensure unrivaled flexibility: Any future technology evolution or new features can be introduced by simple firmware upgrade. A future-safe investment is hereby guaranteed.
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