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May 14th, 2007 at 1:19pm  
The DVB-S2 products are growing into today's high-growth vertical markets including IPTV, HDTV and digital cinema. DVB-S2 increases the capacity of satellite communications links by 30% compared to the original DVB-S standard - close to the theoretical performance limit - enabling the most effective deployment of high data-rate applications such as broadband Internet.

A brief description of the key features and benefits that we can direct the lights on are:

•      8PSK Coding which means higher throughputs.
•      LDPC which lead us to Improved Efficiency.
•      Adaptive Coding And Modulation which increase also the efficiency and availability.

Getting aware of the importance of DVB S2, we are pleasant to offer you two types of DVB S2 technology to implement in your network:

- External

We are encountering demand from longtime customers upgrading their networks to take advantage of the cost savings and high-performance of DVB-S2.

For bandwidth and stock availability Please feel free to contact me anytime


my MSN address is: netflaw@gmail.com (this is only for msn, don't send me emails to it)

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