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May 24th, 2018

Hard WORK Proves to be Profitable With New SatCom Solutions

Gearing up for CommunicAsia WORK Microwave will present an end-to-end solution for wideband applications, and will demonstrate how it is helping operators adapt to future requirements with ease and affordability.

In the SatCom environment, today's operators have a critical need for flexibility, scalability, and a future-proof solution. At CommunicAsia, WORK Microwave, a satellite technologies provider with an end-to-end solution for wideband applications, will demonstrate how it is helping operators adapt to future requirements with ease and affordability.  WORK Microwave will be at Booth 1V2-07.

WORK Microwave 3-Channel V-band Block Upconverter

Some of WORK's new products include:

NEW V-Band Block Upconverter or Higher Frequencies—
WORK Microwave's new 3-channel, V-band block upconverter will be on display at CommunicAsia. By offering support for higher frequencies, between 47.2 to 51.40 GHz, the upconverter optimizes the use of Ultra High Throughput Satellites (UHTS). Perfect for early laboratory testing, it has already been requested by global satellite operators to support secure, high-performance communications projects. 

V-band support is available for WORK Microwave's entire range of frequency converters, including IF, block, and tracking. As one of the industry's first SatCom solutions providers to support the full V-band spectrum and a leader in frequency converters, WORK Microwave leads the industry in helping satellite operators expand their capacity to keep pace with the demanding communications requirements fueled by bandwidth-intensive broadcast and data services. 

WORK Microwave AX-80 All-IP Platform

A-Series AX-80 Wideband All-IP Platform—
WORK Microwave's AX-80 Series of FPGA-based satellite modem, modulator, and demodulator platforms will be a highlight at CommunicAsia. The AX-80 product line is based on a powerful architecture that supports the new DVB-S2X standard for ultra-wideband transponders up to 500 Mbps. DVB-S2X features include higher modulation schemes up to 256APSK and 3 Gbps per direction, a finer granularity of ModCods, and advanced filtering. Beyond DVB-S2X, the AX-80 platform can be extended to customized waveforms and user-defined data processing. Through an all-IP structure, the platform supports native network operation as well as data streaming over IP, providing satellite operators with the flexibility that is critical in today's fast-changing connected world.