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Presentation to Satlabs Group

Bank Network Planning for Russian


Federation using DVB-RCS
by

Dmitry Gorodetski (Central Bank)


Andrey Kuropyatnikov (Marsat)
Peter Garland (Advantech Satellite Networks)

September 11, 2007

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Introduction
• DVB-RCS is mandated by the Russian government for government
applications.
• Advantech has four networks deployed in Russian Federation with:
– Gascom
– Morsviasputnik (Marsat)
– USTTelecom
– GEO Telecom
• Russian VSAT deployments have slowed recently due to a scarcity of
space segment.
• New satellites being launched by Gascom will alleviate that problem
and revitalize VSAT activity.
• Russia and its government action is a good example of the rapid
progress of DVB-RCS acceptance in countries other than Western
Europe and North America.
• This together with the progress of DVB-RCS with the US DOD are the
two best kept DVB-RCS secrets.

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SatNet Products
All Products and solutions are designed to the DVB-RCS open standard
Hubs
Turnkey Solutions
– Return link sub-
systems. – Network design &
optimization
– Forward link sub-
systems. – Systems engineering
– Network management
sub-systems.
– IP sub-systems.

Satellite Interactive
Terminals (SIT)
– Enterprise &
Professional Series.
– All bands - Ka, Ku, C.

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Pay-as-You-GrowTM Solutions
• Key system elements are modular & upgradeable.
• Pay for capacity & capability only as your network grows.
SatNet Systems Offerings

Micro Micro Mini Max


DVB-SCPC DVB-RCS DVB-RCS DVB-RCS
hub hub hub hub

¾DVB-S/S2 Outbound
¾SCPC Inbound
¾Upgradeable to RCS
¾Economic for
networks of 10’s of
Remotes
¾DVB-S/S2 Outbound
¾DVB-RCS Inbound
¾Full performance ¾DVB-S/S2 Outbound ¾DVB-S/S2 Outbound
¾Starter capacity ¾DVB-RCS Inbound ¾DVB-RCS Inbound
¾Economic for ¾Full performance ¾Maximum capacity
networks of 100’s of ¾Scalable capacity ¾Full performance
Remotes ¾Economic for ¾Hitless hot
networks of 100’s to redundancy
1000’s of Remotes ¾Economic for
specialized networks, or
networks of 1000’s of
Remotes
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Terminal Model Overview
• Series 4000
– Up to 80Mbps Rx / 64 kbps – 4 Mbps Tx.
– 36Mbps throughput.
– Up to 2 W BUC (4W with larger external power supply).
– Integrated QoS capability and VoIP support (SIP).
– Integrated TCP PEP & IPSec options.
• Series 5000
– Up to 144 Mbps Rx / 64 kbps - 8Mbps Tx.
– 36+ Mbps Throughput.
– Up to 4W BUC.
– Integrated QoS capability and VoIP support (SIP).
– Integrated TCP PEP & IPSec options.
– Memory expansion option.
– Modular options for:
• Base Model with GPS (5100)
• Mesh (5200)
• Advanced DVB-S2 (VCM, ACM) (5300)
• DVB-SCPC (5400)

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Terminal Products – Transportable Terminals
• Will deploy & be ready for service in <5 minutes.
• No technical intervention required – can be pre-programmed.
• Available in 76cm or 96cm with 1W or 2W KU BUC; 1.2m with 4W BUC also
available.

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S4000 – The Small Business VSAT
• Up to 36 Mbps throughput inbound (receive to SIT).
• DVB-S or S2 forward link operation.
• Up to 4 Mbps throughput outbound (transmit from SIT).

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S5100 – The Government & Enterprise VSAT
• Up to 36 Mbps throughput inbound (receive to SIT).
• DVB-S or S2 forward link operation.
• Up to 8 Mbps throughput outbound (transmit from SIT).
• Support up to 4W Ku BUC without extra power supply.

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S5200 – Satnet Mesh Terminal
• A premium terminal targeting
higher end users.
• Adds MF-TDMA demod to a
DVB-RCS motherboard.
• A premium terminal targeting
higher end users.
• Adds MF-TDMA demod to a
DVB-RCS motherboard.
• Satnet hub is adapted to
support integrated both a
Star/Mesh network.
• Completed Beta test with a
commercial customer.

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S5300 – Satnet ACM Terminal
• A premium terminal targeting high
end institutional users.
• Incorporates a DVB-S2 ACM
software module available from
Advantech UK.
• Demonstrated on CSA Test Bed in
December 2006 in Ka band.
• Full production planned for 3rd
quarter 2007.

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S5400 – Satnet SCPC Terminal

• A premium terminal targeting Micro-SCPC users.


• Features DVB-SCPC and DVB-RCS capability (software
configurable).
• Allows SCPC users to easily migrate to DVB-RCS
• In full production.

Pay-as-You-GrowTM

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Advantech DVB-RCS Deployments
• Advantech has deployed approximately 80 Hubs
worldwide.
• 20 of those hubs are now operating DVB-RCS/DVB-S2.
• Many hubs have small numbers of terminals <100.
• Some have larger numbers with the largest being 2,500
terminals.
• Regions of greatest activity have been North Africa,
Russia, Eastern Europe (Former CIS), Middle East and
Mediterranean.
• Applications have ranged from Banking, Education, Rural
Telephony (VoIP) to Enterprise and Defence.

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Marsat DVB-RCS Network

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Marsat DVB-RCS Network
• Started in 2005 by Contract with EMS SatNet (Hub+100
SIT).
• Put into operation in 2006.
• Space segment – Express-AM2 satellite (80E) 12 MHz Ku
band.
• Q3-2007 more than 50 customers (mainly Banks,
Government, Transport & Shipping companies).
• Planned modernization – Q4-2007 (MESH& DVB-S2).

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Marsat DVB-RCS Network Planned 2007
Modernization

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Central Bank Trials on Marsat Networks
• Fulfilled during 2006-beginning 2007.
• To verify and approve of DVB-RCS utilization for the
planned to use new banking processing technology
(RTGS – Real-Time Gross Settlement) including security
procedures.
• Successfully completed in Q3 2007.

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Central Bank Trials on Marsat Networks

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Current Central Bank Satellite Network
• In operation since 1997.
• Based on NEC (Japan) & Visat-Tel (Russia) VSAT
technology.
• Includes 3 Satellite networks – “Banker-1”, “Banker-2”,
“Banker-3” contains 758 VSATs installed in 66 regions of
Russian Federation (11 time zones).
• Leased 193,7 MHz space segment (Intelsat, Express,
Yamal satellite networks).
• Needs to be modified due to forthcoming changing in
banking processing technology – start of utilization of
Real-Time Gross Settlement (RTGS).

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Current Central Bank Satellite Network

66°E. 90°E. 145°E


Intelsat-704 Yamal-00 Gorizont-45
Name of VSAT Network “Banker-1” ”Banker-2” “Banker 3” TOTAL
Number of VSAT/region: 485/39 175/17 98/10 758/66

Space segment:
Leased segment , MHz: 92,5 MHz 72 MHz 29,2 MHz 193,7 MHz

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Central Bank (CB) Upgrade
• To be based on DVB-RCS/DVB-S2.
• Needed to upgrade for new application and replace obsolete
NEC equipment.
• Conversion planned in Phases:
• Trial Phase- Prove banking application on Marsat system –
completed.
• Phase 1 – Establish Mesh connection between the two CB
processing centers using an overlay to the Marsat Hub in
Moscow.
• Phase 2 – Establish two DVB-RCS hubs in CB processing
locations and expand to a second satellite.
• Phase 3 – Full replacement of all CB locations utilizing an
integrated CD/Marsat network and up to four satellites. Also
integrate with Marsats L Band mobile network.
• Team of Central Bank/Vsat-Tel/Marsat and Advantech to
implement the network solution.

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Planned Phase 1 Conversion of Central Bank
Satellite Network to DVB-RCS

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Planned Phase 2 Conversion of Central Bank
Satellite Network to DVB-RCS

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Planned Phase 3 Conversion of Central Bank
Satellite Network to DVB-RCS

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Summary and Conclusion
• DVB-RCS/DVB-S2 is being widely deployed in the Russian
Federation.
• Government applications are leading the way.
• Banking is a key sector where satellite technology is utilized.
• Central Bank is committed to DVB-RCS/DVB-S2.
• Marsat, a traditional L-Band company, is now integrating KU
Band DVB-RCS with L-Band BGAN.

Thank You

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