TeamCast is a leading designer, manufacturer and supplier of innovative and fully featured modulators & demodulators suitable for Contribution, Distribution and Direct-to-Home satellite services operators. TeamCast addresses the growing needs of satellite communications with end-user and OEM devices featuring DVB-S/S2/S2X and upcoming extensions.
A.G. Franz, LLC provides the following products:
Vyper is a state-of-the-art satellite modulator, compliant with the DVB-S/S2/S2X Broadcast standards and Carrier ID requirements. It offers bit rates from 0.25 to 200 Mbps, L-Band and IF-Band outputs. Up to 4 MPTSs are available on the same hardware platform. Now with 4 Ethernet ports (2 ports for Control and 2 ports for Data) for input redundancy
DUAL Vyper is a compact satellite modulator that includes 2 Vyper modulators in a 1RU chassis. It is compliant with the DVB-S/S2/S2X standard and Carrier ID requirements. Each modulator offers bit rates up to 200 Mbps, L-Band and IF-Band outputs and is able to manage both seamless modcod switching and different bitrate adaptations.
Tyger is a state-of-the-art high-symbol-rate satellite modulator compliant to DVB-S2/S2X standard and CID requirements. It offers high speed data links from 1 Mbps to 2 Gbps L-Band output (up to 500 MHz), of up to 8 ISI mixed between ASI and Ethernet inputs.
Tyger, broadband satellite modulator, has been tested with new chipset demod. Wideband signal (up to 480 Mbauds) is validated as well as constellations up to 256 APSK.
CID Receiver is a full DVB-S/S2 (incl 5% roll-off) demodulator able to automatically extract the Carrier ID of the satellite signal, according to FCC requirements. It supports up to 210 Mbps multi-streams demodulation and operates in 16APSK and 32APSK with a very low implementation loss as well as the DVB-S2X roll-off.
Syper is the latest generation of satellite demodulators fully compliant with the DVB-S/S2 standard for advanced satellite reception. It supports up to 4 input stream identifiers (MPTSs) in QPSK, 8PSK, 16APSK and 32APSK signals of up to 170 Mbps.
Philippe Hostiou was asked what TeamCast would be presenting at the workshop.
“At the IRG Workshop, we will present a demonstration of Carrier ID modulation/demodulation using our DVB-CID products. We will demonstrate how our DVB-CID extractor can enable users to easily verify that the DVB-CID signal is present in the broadcasted DVB-S/S2 signal and that the DVB-CID information complies with the expected values.”