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what is the diffrence ??

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Sep 3rd, 2008 at 8:42am  
Hi for all
I wonder what is the difference between the evolution and the 3000 series , about using the band ,Qos , speed of the cpu and all thinks can we got know and good for replace 3100 by evolution and thanks ofr good response
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Reply #1 - Sep 4th, 2008 at 9:59am  
Hi
iDirect Infinite 3100 Series Satellite Router can use 18Mbps Full Line Card Capacity but Evolution Series or DVB-S2 Card Support 160Mbps Line Card Capactity with the same Satellite Router, for example 3000,5000,8000, I hope this information will help you to get the answer desired.
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Reply #2 - Sep 4th, 2008 at 12:35pm  
As stated above, the significant difference is in the waveform.  The eVOLTION (using DVBS2 ACM) it a bit more efficient on the outbound (downstream) carrier than the iNFINITI.  The modems are similar with regards to band and their ability to take advantage of iDirects GQoS suite (as it is a network side/Hub side function/configuration).   Also, there is a plan to allow 2GHz tuning on the eVOLUTION in future software platforms. Just realize that in the current iDS's/iDX's, you have to maintain the integrity of the waveform on the PPs blades.  Therefore, you (presently) cannot merge the iNFINITI and S2 waveforms on the same PP bladeset.  You cannot have one IF group running S2 and another running iNFINITI (being managed by the same blades).

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Reply #3 - Sep 4th, 2008 at 1:08pm  
Hi Mike, can you please expand on your statement: "2GHz tuning"?
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Reply #4 - Sep 4th, 2008 at 10:10pm  
iDirect will be in the Ka game (eventually)
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Reply #5 - Sep 5th, 2008 at 9:49am  
Dear High,
Bentley Walker is going iDirect DVBS2-ACM in the next couple of weeks.
Please drop an e-mail to sales@bentleywalker.com for special offers, swap outs and more information about eVOLUTION modems.
Thanks.

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Reply #6 - Sep 7th, 2008 at 8:54am  
Hi all
Thank you for good response about the matter , and i saw some difference that use falcon versions 9.XXX
i will install one in few days , and i will give you some more info
thanks again

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Reply #7 - Sep 8th, 2008 at 12:18pm  
This reply to Mike. I thought iDirect already works with Ka. Their gear is RF independant. I'm sure there are operators providing Ka services on iDirect in Europe?
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Reply #8 - Sep 8th, 2008 at 12:44pm  
Correct, it is all LBand.....the software is the limiting factor.  I believe the software (iDS) for the iNFINITI are only capable of an L-Band freq of 1700.    I believe iDX (eVOLUTION) changes that...with iDX 1. 

I will research it further when I get some time....
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