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DVB link analysis using commercial and wideband Gapfiller satellites

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A link analysis was performed of the two-way digital video broadcast (DVB) waveform using a commercial (Ku band) transponder as well as a wideband Gapfiller satellite (WGS) system covering the region of South West Asia (SWA), The forward traffic consists of nominal DVB-S broadcasts. The return traffic consists of constant rate video feeds along with SIPRNET IP interactive traffic. The hub is located at Landstuhl, Germany. The analysis indicates the expected capacities from commercial Ku-band transponder as well as from WGS using either DVB-S, RCS or DVB-S2, RCS

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Military Communications Conference, 2005. MILCOM 2005. IEEE

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17-20 Oct. 2005